Publications

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Kramer, A. T., B. Crane, J. Downing, J. L. Hamrick, K. Havens, A. Highland, S. Jacobi, T. N. Kaye, E. Lonsdorf, J. Ramp, A. Novy, P. E. Smouse, D. W. Tallamy, A. White, and J. Zeldin. 2019. Sourcing native plants to support ecosystem function in urban and rural restoration contexts. Restoration Ecology.

Finch, J.*, J. L. Walck, S. N. Hidayati, A. T. Kramer, V. Lason**, and K. Havens. 2019. Germination niche breadth varies inconsistently among three Asclepias congeners along a latitudinal gradient. Plant Biology 21: 425-438.

Winkler, D. E., D. M. Backer, J. Belnap, J. B. Bradford, B. J. Butterfield, S. M. Copeland, M. C. Duniway, A. M. Faist, S. E. Fick, S. L. Jensen, A. T. Kramer, R. Mann, R. T. Massatti, M. L. McCormick, S. D. P. Seth M. Munson, A. A. Pfennigwerth, A. M. Pilmanis, B. A. Richardson, E. Samuel, K. See, K. E. Young, and S. C. Reed. 2019. Beyond traditional ecological restoration on the Colorado Plateau. Restoration Ecology. 26:1055-1060

Kildisheva, O. A.*, T. E. Erickson, D. J. Merritt, M. D. Madsen, K. W. Dixon, J. Vargas***, R. Amarteifio**, and A. T. Kramer. 2018. Do Abrasion- or Temperature-Based Techniques More Effectively Relieve Physical Dormancy in Seeds of Cold Desert Perennials? Rangeland Ecology & Management 71:318-322.

White, A.*, J. B. Fant, M. Skinner, K. Havens, and A. T. Kramer. 2018. Strategic issue: Restoring species diversity: Assessing capacity in the United States native plant industry. Restoration Ecology 26:605-611.

Barak, R.*, T. Lichtenberger**, A. Wellman-Houde**, A. T. Kramer, and D. J. Larkin. 2018. Cracking the case: Seed traits and phylogeny predict time to germination in prairie restoration species. Ecology and Evolution 00:1-12.

Seglias, A., A. Bilge, E. Williams, and A. T. Kramer. 2018. Phylogeny and source climate impact seed dormancy and germination of restoration-relevant forb species. PLoS ONE.

Kramer, A. T., T. E. Wood, S. Frischie*, and K. Havens. 2018. Considering ploidy when producing and using mixed-source native plant materials for restoration. Restoration Ecology 26:13-19.

Fant, J. B., K. Havens, A.T. Kramer, S. K. Walsh, T. Callicrate, R. C. Lacy, M. Maunder, A. H. Meyer, and P. P. Smith. 2016. What to do when we can’t bank on seeds: What botanic gardens can learn from the zoo community about conserving plants in living collections. American Journal of Botany 103:1541-1543

Larkin, D. J., S. K. Jacobi, A. L. Hipp, and A.T. Kramer. 2016. Keeping All the PIECES: Phylogenetically Informed Ex Situ Conservation of Endangered Species. PLoS ONE 11: e0156973.

Hintz, L.**, A. Foxx*, M. Eshleman*, T.E. Wood and A.T. Kramer. 2016. Population differentiation in early life history traits of Cleome lutea var. lutea in the Intermountain West. Western North American Naturalist. 76(1): 6-17.

Riebkes, J. L.**, R. S. Barak*, and A. T. Kramer. 2015. Evaluating seed viability in prairie forbs: a test of three methods. Native Plants Journal 16(2):96-106.

Barak, R. S.*, J. B. Fant, A. T. Kramer, and K. A. Skogen. 2015. Assessing the value of potential “native winners” for restoration of cheatgrass-invaded habitat. Western North American Naturalist 75(1):58–69.

Basey, A. C.*, J. B. Fant, and A.T. Kramer. 2015. Producing native plant materials for restoration: ten rules to maximize and maintain genetic diversity. Native Plants Journal 16(1): 37-53.

Kramer, A.T, D. Larkin, and J. B. Fant. 2015. Assessing potential seed transfer zones for five forb species in the Great Basin. Natural Areas Journal 35:174-189.

Kramer, A.T. and K. Havens. 2015. Report in brief: Assessing botanical capacity to address grand challenges in the United States. Natural Areas Journal 35:83-89.

Havens, K., P. Vitt, S. Still, A.T Kramer, J. B. Fant, and K. Schatz. 2015. Seed sourcing for restoration in an era of climate change. Natural Areas Journal 35:122-133.

Griffith, M.P., M. Calonje, A.W. Meerow, F. Tut, A.T. Kramer, A. Hird, T.M. Magellan, C.E. Husby. 2015. Can a botanic garden cycad collection capture the genetic diversity in a wild population? International Journal of Plant Sciences 176:1-10.

Havens, K., A. Kramer, E. Guerrant. 2014. Getting Plant Conservation Right (Or Not): The Case of the United States. International Journal of Plant Sciences 175: 3-10.

Fant, J. B., A. Kramer, E. Sirkin, and K. Havens. 2013. Genetics of reintroduced populations of the narrowly endemic thistle, Cirsium pitcheri (Asteraceae). Botany 91:301-308.

Cires, E., Y. Smet, C. Cuesta, P. Goetghebeur, S. Sharrock, D. Gibbs, S. Oldfield, A. Kramer, and M.-S. Samain. 2013. Gap analyses to support ex situ conservation of genetic diversity in Magnolia, a flagship group. Biodiversity and Conservation 22:567-590.

Kramer, A.T., J. Fant and M.V. Ashley. 2011. Influences of landscape and pollinators on population genetic structure: examples from three Penstemon (Plantaginaceae) species in the Great Basin.  American Journal of Botany. 98(1): 109-121.

Sundberg, M., P. DeAngelis, K. Havens, K. Holsinger, K. Kennedy, A. Kramer, R. Muir, M. Olwell, K. Schirenbeck, L. Stritch, and B. Zorn-Arnold. 2011. Perceptions of Strengths and Deficiencies; Disconnects between Graduate Students and Prospective Employers.  BioScience 61(2): 133-138.

Britton, K.O., P. White, A. Kramer, Hudler, G., 2010. A new approach to stopping the spread of invasive insects and pathogens: early detection and rapid response via a global network of sentinel plantings. New Zealand Journal of Forestry 40: 109-114.

Kramer, A.T. and K. Havens. 2009. Plant conservation genetics in a changing world. Trends in Plant Science.  14(11): 599-607.

Wilk, J.A., A.T. Kramer, M.V. Ashley. 2009. High variation in clonal growth versus sexual reproduction in populations of the wild strawberry, Fragaria virginiana (Rosaceae). Annals of Botany.  04(7):1413-1419.

Vitt, P., K. Havens, A.T. Kramer, D. Sollenberger, E. Yates. 2009.  Assisted migration of plants: changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes. Biological Conservation.  43(1): 18-27.

Kramer, A.T., J.L. Ison, M.V. Ashley, and H.F. Howe. 2008. The paradox of forest fragmentation genetics. Conservation Biology 22(4): 878 – 885.

Kramer, A.T. and J.B. Fant. 2007. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in Penstemon rostriflorus (Plantaginaceae) and cross species amplification. Molecular Ecology Notes 7(6): 998-1001.

Davis, M.A., C. Curran, A. Tietmeyer, and A. Miller. 2005. Dynamic tree aggregation patterns in a species-poor temperate woodland disturbed by fire. Journal of Vegetation Science 16: 167-174.