Gagnon, P.R., Passmore, H.A. and Platt, W.J. Multi-year salutary effects of windstorm and fire on river cane. In press in Fire Ecology.
Gagnon, P.R., Harms, K.E., Platt, W.J., Passmore, H.A. and Myers, J.A. 2012. Small-scale variation in fuel loads differentially affects two co-dominant bunchgrasses in a species-rich pine savanna. PLoS ONE 7(e29674):1-7. PDF
Gagnon, P.R., Bruna, E.M.,
Rubim P., Darrigo, M.R., Littel, R.C., Uriarte, M., Kress, W.J. 2011.
The growth of an understory herb is chronically reduced in Amazonian
forest fragments. Biological Conservation 144: 830-835. PDF
Gagnon, P.R., Passmore, H.A., Platt, W.J., Paine, C.E.T., Myers, J.A. and Harms, K.E. 2010. Does pyrogenicity protect burning plants? Ecology 91: 3481-3486 (Cover Article). PDF
Gagnon, P.R. 2009a. Fire in floodplain forests in the southeastern USA: Insights from the disturbance ecology of native bamboo. Wetlands 29: 520-526. PDF
Gagnon, P.R. 2009b. Did River Bottoms Burn? Bamboo, Wind & Fire in Bottomland Hardwood Forests. Society of Wetland Scientists Research Brief no. 2009-0008. PDF
Gagnon, P.R. and Platt, W.J. 2008a. Multiple disturbances accelerate clonal growth in a potentially monodominant bamboo. Ecology 89:612-618. (Report) PDF
Gagnon, P.R. and Platt, W.J. 2008b. Reproductive and seedling ecology of a semelparous native bamboo (Arundinaria gigantea [Walt.] Muhl., Poaceae). Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135:309-316. PDF
Gagnon, P.R., Platt, W.J. and Moser, E.B. 2007. Response of a native bamboo [Arundinaria gigantea (Walt.) Muhl.] in a wind-disturbed forest. Forest Ecology and Management 241:288-294. PDF
Gagnon, P.R. 2007. Overview of cane ecology and management. Appendix 2 in
Restoration, Management, and Monitoring of Forest Resources in the
Mississippi Alluvial Valley: Recommendations for Enhancing Wildlife
Habitat. Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture, Forest Resource
Conservation Working Group. edited by R. Wilson, K. Ribbeck, S. King,
and D. Twedt. PDF
Gagnon, P.R. 1998. Local
knowledge and degrees of indigenousness: Ethnobotanical lore among the
Esmeraldeños of the Cayapas-Mataje National Mangrove Reserve of
northwestern Ecuador. Tropical Resources Institute Working Paper No.
MANUSCRIPTS IN REVISION, REVIEW OR PREPARATION
Lucas, C.M., Sheikh, P. and Gagnon, P.R.,
The effects of cattle disturbance and flooding on regeneration,
recruitment and rates of change in Amazonian floodplain forests. In
preparation for Journal of Applied Ecology. (completed dissertation chapter)
Gagnon, P.R., Bruna, E.M.,
Uriarte, M., Rubim P., and Darrigo, M.R. Consequences of among-site
variation in populations of an Amazonian understory herb using vital
rate-based stochastic matrix models. In preparation.