Hupperts, S.F., Karst, J., Pritsch, K., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2017. Host phenology and potential saprotrophism of ectomycorrhizal fungi in the boreal forest. Functional Ecology 31: 116-126.
Karst, J., Gaster, J., Wiley, E., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2017. Stress differentially causes roots of tree seedlings to exude carbon. Tree Physiology 37: 154-164.
Schoonmaker, A.S., Lieffers, V.J., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2016. Viewing forests from below: fine root mass declines relative to leaf area in aging lodgepole stands. Oecologia 181: 733-747.
Schott, K., Snively, A.E.K., Landhäusser, S.M., and B.D. Pinno 2016. Nutrient loaded seedlings reduce the need for field fertilization and vegetation management on boreal forest reclamation sites. New Forests 47: 393-410.
Wiley, E., Rogers, B.J., Hodgkinson, R.,and S.M. Landhäusser. 2016. Nonstructural carbohydrate dynamics of lodgepole pine dying from mountain pine beetle attack. New Phytologist 209: 550-562.
Bachmann, S., V.J. Lieffers, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2015. Forest floor protection during drilling pad construction promotes resprouting of aspen. Ecological Engineering 75: 9-15.
Gaster, J., Karst, J., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2015. The role of seedling nutrient status on development of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in two soil types following surface soil mining. Pedobiologia 58: 129-135.
Hankin, S.L., Karst, J., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2015. Influence of tree species and salvaged soils on the recovery of ectomycorhizzal fungi in upland boreal forest restoration after surface mining. Botany 93: 267-277.
Jacobs, D.F.,Oliet, J.A., Aronson, J., Bolte, A., Bullock, J.M., Donoso, P.J., Landhäusser, S.M.,Madsen, P., Peng, S., Rey-Benayas, J.M., and J.C. Weber. 2015. Restoring Forests: What constitutes success in the twenty-first century? New Forests 46: 601-614.
Karst, J., Chow, P., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2015. Biases underlying species detection using fluorescent amplified-fragment lengths polymorphisms yielded from roots. Plant Methods 11(36).doi:10.1186/s13007-015-0079-1
Kelly, J.W.G, Landhäusser, S.M., P.S. Chow. 2015. The impact of light quality and quantity on root-to-shoot ratio and carbon reserves in aspen seedling stock. New Forests 46: 527-545.
Macdonald, S.E., Landhäusser, S.M., Skousen, J., Franklin, J., Frouz, J., Hall, S., Jacobs, D.F., and S. Quideau. 2015.Forest restoration following surface mining disturbance: challenges and solutions. New Forests 46: 703-732.
Macdonald, S.E., Snively, A.E.K., Fair, J.M., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2015. Early trajectories of forest understory development on reclamation sites: influence of forest floor placement and cover crops. Restoration Ecology 23: 698-706.
Quentin, A.G, Pinkard, E.A., Ryan, M.G., Tissue, D.T., Baggett, L.S., Adams, H.D., Maillard, P., Marchand, J., Landhäusser, S.M., Lacointe, A., Gibon, Y., Anderegg, W.R.L., Asao, S., Atkin, O.K., Bonhomme, M., Claye, C., Chow, P.S., Clément-Vidal, A., Davies, N.W., Dickman, L.T., Dumbur, R., Ellsworth, D.S., Falk, K., Galiano, L., Grünzweig, J.M., Hartmann, H., Hoch, G., Hood, S., Jones, J.E., Koike, T., Kuhlmann, I., Lloret. F., Maestro, M., Mansfield, S.D., Martínez-Vilalta J., Maucourt, M., McDowell, N.G., Moing, A., Muller, B., Nebauer, S.G., Niinemets, U., Palacio, S., Piper, F., Raveh, E., Richter, A., Rolland, G., Rosas, T., Saint Joanis, B., Sala, A., Smith, R.A., Sterck, F., Stinziano, J.R., Tobias, M., Unda, F., Watanabe, M., Way, D.A., Weerasinghe, L.K., Wild, B., Wiley, E., and D.R. Woodruff. 2015. Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories. Tree Physiology 35:1146-1165.
Petrone, R.M., L. Chasmer, C. Hopkinson, U. Silins, S. M Landhäusser, and K.J. Devito. 2015. Effects of harvesting and drought on CO2 and H2O fluxes in an aspen-dominated western boreal plain forest: Early chronosequence recovery. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45: 87-100
Brown, S.M., R.M. Petrone L., Chasmer, C.A. Mendoza, M.S. Lazerjan, S.M. Landhäusser, U. Silins, U. Leach, and K.J. Devito. 2014. Atmospheric and soil moisture controls on evapotranspiration from above and within a Western Boreal Plain aspen forest. Hydrological Processes 28
Schoonmaker, A.L., V.J. Lieffers, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2014. Uniform versus asymmetric shading mediates crown recession in conifers. PLOS ONE, Volume: 1, Issue: 8, Article Number: e104187
Schott, K.M., J. Karst, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2014. The role of microsite conditions in restoring trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides
Michx) from seed. Restoration Ecology 22
Karst, J., and S.M. Landhäusser. 2014. Low soil temperatures increase carbon reserves in Picea mariana
and Pinus contorta
. Annals of Forest Science 71
Rogers, P.C., S.M. Landhäusser, B.D. Pinno, and R.J Ryel. 2014. A functional framework for improved management of Western North American aspen (Populus tremuloides
Michx). Forest Science 60
Najar, A., S.M. Landhäusser, J.G.A. Whitehill, P. Bonnello, and N. Erbilgin. 2014. Reserves accumulated in non-photosynthetic organs during the previous growing season drive plant defenses and growth in aspen in the subsequent growing season. Journal of Chemical Ecology 40
Pinno, B.D., S.M. Landhäusser, P.S. Chow, S.A. Quideau, and M.D. McKenzie. 2014. Nutrient uptake and growth of fireweed (Chamerion angustifolium
) on reclamation soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44
Schott, K.M., B.D. Pinno, amd S.M. Landhäusser. 2013. Premature shoot growth termination allows nutrient loading of seedlings with an indeterminant growth strategy. New forests 44
Quideau, S.A., S. DasGupta, S.M. Landhäusser, and M.D. Mackenzie. 2013. Microbial response to fertilization in contrasting soil materials used during oil sands reclamation. Soil Science Society of America 77
Goodsman, D.W., I. Lusebrink, S.M. Landhäusser, N. Erbilgin and V.J. Lieffers. 2013. Variation in carbon availability, defense chemistry and susceptibility to fungal invasion along the stems of mature trees. New Phytologist 197
Galvez, D.A., S.M. Landhäusser, and M.T. Tyree. 2013. Low root reserve accumulation during drought may lead to winter mortality in poplar seedlings. New Phytologist 198
Wachowski, J., .M. Landhäusser and V.J. Lieffers. 2013. Depth of root placement, size and carbon reserves determine reproduction success of aspen root fragments. Forest Ecology and Management 313
Pinno, B.D., V.J. Lieffers, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2012. Inconsistent growth response to fertilization and thinning of lodgepole pine in the Rocky Mountain Foothills is linked to site index. International Journal of Forestry Research: Article ID 193975. doi: 10.1155/2012/193975.
Norris, C.E., S.A Quideau, S.M. Landhäusser, G.M. Bernard, and R.E. Wasylishen. 2012. Tracking stable isotope enrichment in tree seedlings with solid-state NMR spectroscopy. Scientific Reports 2: 719. doi: 10.1038/srep00719.
Macdonald, S.E., S.A. Quideau, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2012. Rebuilding boreal forest ecosystems after industrial disturbance. In Restoration and Reclamation of Boreal Ecosystems: Attaining Sustainable Development, edited by D. Vitt and J. Bhatti, 123–161. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Landhäusser, S.M., J. Rodriguez-Alvarez, E.H. Marenholtz, and V.J. Lieffers. 2012. Effect of stock type characteristics and time of planting on field performance of aspen (Populus tremuloides
Michx.) seedlings on boreal reclamation sites. New Forests 43
Landhäusser, S.M., B.D. Pinno, V.J. Lieffers, and P.S. Chow. 2012. Partitioning of carbon allocation to reserves or growth determines future performance of aspen seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management 275
Landhäusser, S.M. and V.J. Lieffers. 2012. Defoliation increases risk of carbon starvation in root systems of mature aspen. Trees: Structure and Function 26
Pinno, B.D., S.M. Landhäusser, M.D. Mackenzie, S.A. Quideau, and P.S. Chow. 2012. Trembling aspen seedling establishment, growth, and response to fertilization on contrasting soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 92
Selected High-rank Publications (ranked by number of citations)
Chow, P.S. and S.M. Landhäusser. 2004. A method for routine measurements of total sugar and starch content in woody plant tissues. Tree Physiology 24: 1129–1136.
Frey, B.R., Lieffers, V.J., Landhäusser, .SM., Comeau, P.G., and K.J. Greenway. 2003. An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 1169-1179.
Frey, B.R., V.J. Lieffers, E.H. Hogg, and S.M. Landhäusser. 2004. Predicting landscape patterns of aspen dieback: Mechanisms and knowledge gaps. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 1379–1390.
Landhäusser, S.M. and R.W. Wein. 1993. Postfire vegetation recovery and tree establishment at the Arctic treeline: Climate-change vegetation response hypotheses. Journal of Ecology 81: 665–672.
Landhäusser, S.M. and V.J. Lieffers. 1998. Growth of Populus tremuloides in association with Calamagrostis canadensis. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28: 396–401.
Wan, X.C., S.M. Landhäusser, J.J. Zwiazek, and V.J. Lieffers. 1999. Root water flow and growth of aspen (Populus tremuloides) at low root temperatures. Tree Physiology 19: 879–884.
Landhäusser, S.M. and V.J. Lieffers. 2002. Leaf area renewal, root retention and carbohydrate reserves in a clonal tree species following above-ground disturbance. Journal of Ecology 90: 658–665.
Landhäusser, S.M. and V.J. Lieffers. 2003. Seasonal changes in carbohydrate reserves in mature northern Populus tremuloides clones. Trees: Structure and Function 17: 471–476.
Landhäusser, S.M., A. DesRochers and V.J. Lieffers. 2001. A comparison of growth and physiology in Picea glauca and Populus tremuloides at different soil temperatures. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 1922–1929.
DesRochers, A., S.M. Landhäusser, and V.J. Lieffers. 2002. Coarse and fine root respiration in aspen (Populus tremuloides). Tree Physiology 22: 725–732.