Kathleen Quigley
Kathleen Quigley
Research Ecologist, USDA Agricultural Research Service
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Leaf silica concentration in Serengeti grasses increases with watering but not clipping: insights from a common garden study and literature review
KM Quigley, TM Anderson
Frontiers in Plant Science 5, 568, 2014
Soil nutrients and precipitation are major drivers of global patterns of grass leaf silicification
KM Quigley, DM Griffith, GL Donati, TM Anderson
Ecology 101 (6), e03006, 2020
Leaf thickness controls variation in leaf mass per area (LMA) among grazing-adapted grasses in Serengeti
DM Griffith, KM Quigley, TM Anderson
Oecologia 181, 1035-1040, 2016
Variation in the soil ‘silicon landscape’explains plant silica accumulation across environmental gradients in Serengeti
KM Quigley, GL Donati, TM Anderson
Plant and Soil 410, 217-229, 2017
Prescribed burn frequency, vegetation cover, and management legacies influence soil fertility: Implications for restoration of imperiled pine barrens habitat
KM Quigley, R Kolka, BR Sturtevant, MB Dickinson, CC Kern, DM Donner, ...
Forest ecology and management 470, 118163, 2020
Fuels, vegetation, and prescribed fire dynamics influence ash production and characteristics in a diverse landscape under active pine barrens restoration
KM Quigley, RE Wildt, BR Sturtevant, RK Kolka, MB Dickinson, CC Kern, ...
Fire Ecology 15 (1), 1-15, 2019
Inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry as a reference method for silicon estimation by near infrared spectroscopy and potential application to global-scale …
KM Quigley, AG Althoff, GL Donati
Microchemical Journal 129, 231-235, 2016
Restoring open canopy pine barrens from the ground up: Repeated burns correspond with increased soil hydraulic conductivity
KM Quigley, R Kolka, BR Sturtevant, MB Dickinson, CC Kern, JR Miesel
Science of the Total Environment 767, 144258, 2021
Evaluating foliar characteristics as early indicators of plant response to biochar amendments
H Ren, DD Warnock, LK Tiemann, K Quigley, JR Miesel
Forest Ecology and Management 489, 119047, 2021
Simulating landscape-scale consequences of assisted migration in Northeast Minnesota using the LANDIS-II model
KM Quigley, G Reese, LM Westphal, DN Bengston, BR Sturtevant
Manipulating soil heating patterns to optimize barrens restoration
BR Sturtevant, JR Miesel, MB Dickinson, RK Kolka, CC Kern, DM Donner, ... …, 2020
Plant functional traits as indicators of restoration success in pine barrens under prescribed fire management
K Quigley
Prescribed Fire Effects on Forest Floor and Upper Mineral Soil Mercury Concentrations and Stocks during Barren’s Restoration
RK Kolka, K Quigley, J Miesel, B Sturtevant, TM DeSutter
ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meetings (2019), 2019
How Well Do Burn Severity Metrics Translate into Fire Effects on Biogeochemical Processes in Forest Soil?.
J Miesel, RK Kolka, B Sturtevant, J Adkins, K Quigley
SSSA International Soils Meeting (2019), 2019
Effect of Barren Restoration Prescribed Fire on Forest Floor and Upper Mineral Soil Mercury Concentrations and Pools.
RK Kolka, K Quigley, J Miesel, B Sturtevant, TM DeSutter
SSSA International Soils Meeting (2019), 2019
What does severity mean for the below-ground ecosystem? Investigating patterns in soil nutrient pools and dynamics across gradients of burn severity
J Miesel, J Adkins, K Quigley, M Dickinson, R Kolka, B Sturtevant, ...
The ecological drivers and consequences of grass silicon accumulation
KM Quigley
Wake Forest University, 2016
Prescribed Fire Effects on Soil Nutrient Exchange Rates in a Northern Pine Barrens Landscape
J Miesel, K Quigley, RK Kolka, M Dickinson
ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meetings (2020)| VIRTUAL, 0
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