Publications

  • Crandall, R.M. and T.M. Knight. 2017. Role of multiple invasion mechanisms and their interaction in regulating the population dynamics of the exotic tree Ailanthus altissima. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13020.
  • *Guthrie, S., R.M. Crandall, and T.M. Knight. 2016. Fire indirectly benefits fitness in two invasive species. Biological Invasions. 18:1265-1273.
  • Crandall, R.M. and T.M. Knight. 2015. Positive frequency dependence undermines the success of restoration using historical disturbance regimes. Ecology Letters 18:883-891.
  • Myers, J.A., J.M. Chase, R.M. Crandall, and I. Jiménez. 2015. Disturbance alters forest beta-diversity but not the relative importance of community assembly mechanisms. Journal of Ecology 103:1291-1299.
  • Crandall, R.M. and W.J. Platt. 2012. Habitat and fire heterogeneity explain the co-occurrence of congeneric resprouter and reseeder Hypericum spp. along a Florida pine savanna ecocline. Plant Ecology 213:1643-54.
  • Crandall, R.M. and R. J. Tyrl. 2006. Vascular flora of the Pushmataha Wildlife Management Area, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma. Castanea 71:65-79.
  • Crandall, R.M., C.R. Hayes, and E.N. Ackland. 2003. Application of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis to flooding. Community Ecology 4:225-232.
  • Crandall, R.M., R.E. Masters, and R.J. Tyrl. 2003. Status of the wildlife habitats in the Pushmataha Forest Habitat Research Area and the Pushmataha Wildlife Management Area. Federal Aid Project W-150-R.
  • Masters, R.E., J. Waymire, J.A. Howard, and R.M. Crandall. 2002. Progress Report: Forest Stewardship Grant, Forest Wildlife Assistance, 2000-2001. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. 36 p. Available from: OSU Department of Forestry.
  • Crandall, R.M. and R.W. Dolan. 1997. Floristic Investigation of Crooked Creek Community Juan Soloman Park, Indianapolis, IN. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Sciences 106:1-23.

Publications in Review/Preparation

  • Crandall, R.M., and T.M. Knight. Seasonal timing and intensity of fire alters competition between the invasive legume, Lespedeza cuneata, and co-occurring native species
  • Harmon-Threatt, A., and R.M. Crandall. The indirect effects of fire on the mutualistic relationships between plants and pollinators in frequently-burned prairies.
  • Crandall, R.M. and W.J. Platt. Reseeding and resprouting woody Hypericum species respond differently to disturbances in coastal Florida pine savannas.
  • Crandall, R.M., R.E. Masters, and R.J. Tyrl. Herbaceous plant community response to variable fire frequency and overstory canopy cover in an Oklahoma pine-hardwood forest.
  • Crandall, R.M., and W.J. Platt. Effects of fire on the population dynamics of a pine savanna woody resprouter (Hypericum microsepalum).
  • Crandall, R.M., and W.J. Platt. Reciprocal transplants of woody reseeders and resprouters (Hypericum spp.) along fire-frequented ecoclines of the Florida northern Gulf Coast.

    *Undergraduate author