Publications

 

As of June 2013, I have been cited 686 times,

with an average per-paper citation rate of 49.0.

 

1.         Books edited or co-edited

  1. Howarth, R.W. and Mohan, J.E. 2013. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia*. 1440 pgs. Salem Press, Inc. Ipswich, MA. ISBN-10:1429838132 (Mohan is Associate Editor). * Partially aimed for UGA ECOL 3880H “Ecosystems of the World” class.

2.         Book and report chapters

  1. Hopkinson, C.S., A. Covich, C.B. Craft, T.W. Doyle, N. Flanagan, M. Freeman, E. R. Herbert, A. Mehring, J. Mohan, C. Pringle. C. J. Richardson. 2013. The effects of climate change on natural ecosystems of the Southeast. Island Press, Washington, D.C. in press. 
  2. Mohan, J.E. 2013. Temperate Coniferous Forests. IN: Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia, R.W. Howarth  and J.E. Mohan (Eds).  Salem Press, Inc. Ipswich, MA. ISBN-10: 1429838132.
  3. McNulty, S., G. Sun, J. Mohan, J. Prestemon, T.W. Doyle, K. Johnsen, and Y. Liu.  2013. Forests and climate change in the Southeast. Island Press, Washington, D.C. in press.
  4. Frankson, P.T. and J.E Mohan. 2013. Anatolian Conifer and Deciduous Mixed Forests. IN: Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia, R.W. Howarth  and J.E. Mohan (Eds).  Salem Press, Inc. Ipswich, MA. ISBN-10:1429838132.
  5. Khan, S.I.* and J.E. Mohan. 2013. Indochina Subtropical Forests. IN: Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia, R.W. Howarth  and J.E. Mohan (Eds).  Salem Press, Inc. Ipswich, MA. ISBN-10:1429838132.          * Mohan PhD student
  6. Lehman, F.R.* and J.E. Mohan. 2013. Central Indochina Dry Forests. IN: Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia, R.W. Howarth  and J.E. Mohan (Eds).  Salem Press, Inc. Ipswich, MA. ISBN-10:1429838132.        * Mohan M.S. student
  7. Mohan, Jacqueline E., Roger Cox, Louis Iverson. 2012. How are northeast forests responding to climate change? Pgs. 15-22 IN: Rustad et al. (eds.) Changing Climate, Changing Forests: The Impacts of Climate Change on Forests of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. General Technical Report NRS-99. Newtown Square, PA. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station.
  8. Schlesinger, W.H., J.S. Clark, J.E. Mohan, and C.D. Reid.  2001.  Global Environmental Change:  Effects on Biodiversity.  Pg. 175-223 IN:  M. Soule and G. Orians (eds.) Conservation Biology:  Research Priorities for the Next Decade.  Island Press.  Washington, D. C., USA.
  9. Clark, J.S., B. Beckage, J. HilleRisLambers, I. Ibanez, S. LaDeau, J. McLachlan, J. Mohan, and M. Rocca.  2001.  The Role of Dispersal in Plant Migration.  IN:  H. A. Mooney and J. Canadell (eds.) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, Volume 3.  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  New York, NY.  

3.         Monographs

  1. Clark, J.S., D. Bell. C. Chu, B. Courbaud, M. Dietze, M. Hersh, J. HilleRisLambers, I. Ibanez, S.L. LaDeau, S. M. McMahon, C.J.E. Metcalf, J. Mohan, E. Moran, L. Pangle, S. Pearson, C. Salk, Z. Shen, D. Valle, and P. Wyckoff. 2010. High dimensional coexistence based on individual variation: a synthesis of evidence. Ecological Monographs 80(4): 569-608. (PDF)

4.         Journal articles

  1. Anderson-Teixeira, K., A.D. Miller, J.E. Mohan, T.W. Hudiburg, B.D. Duval. E.H. DeLucia. 2013. Altered dynamics of forest recovery under a changing climate. Invited review Global Change Biology, in press.
  2. Coyle, D.W., J. Pickering, K.A. Dryer, F.R. Lehman*, J.E. Mohan, K.J.K. Gandhi. 2013. Dynamics of an Unprecedented Outbreak of Two Native Moth Species, Cissusa spadix and Phoberia atomaris (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), on Oak Trees (Quercus spp.) in the Southeastern U.S.A. American Entomologist, “Featured Article” in press.* Mohan M.S. student
  3. Butler, S.M., J.M. Melillo, J.E. Johnson, J.E. Mohan, P.A. Steudler, H. Lux, E. Burrows, R.M. Smith, C.I. Vario, I. Scott, TD. Hill, N. Apontes, and F. Bowles. 2012. Soil warming alters nitrogen cycling in a New England forest: implications for ecosystem function and structure. Oecologia 168(3): 819-828. DOI 0.1007/s00442-011-2133-7. (PDF)
  4. Melillo, J.M., S. Butler, J.Johnson, J. Mohan, P.A. Steudler, H. Lux, E. Burrows, F. Bowles, R. Smith, T. Hill, C.Vario, A.J. Burton,Y. Zhou, J. Tang. . 2011. Soil warming, carbon-nitrogen interactions and forest carbon budgets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(23): 9508-9512. (PDF)
  5. Zhou, Y., J. Tang, J. Melillo, S. Butler, S., and J. Mohan,. 2011. Root standing crop and chemistry after six years of soil warming in a temperate forest.  Tree Physiology 31: 707-717. (PDF)
  6. Mohan, J.E., R. Cox, and L. Iverson. 2009.  Northeastern forest composition and carbon dynamics in a future, warmer world.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 213-230. (PDF)
  7. Bradford, M., Wallenstein, M., Allison, S., Treseder, K, Frey, S, Watts, B., Davies, C, Maddox, T, Melillo, J, Mohan, J, Reynolds, J. 2009. Decreased mass specific respiration under experimental warming is robust to the microbial biomass method employed.  Ecology Letters 12: E12-E15. (PDF) 
  8. Rustad, L.E., J.C. Campbell, R.C. Cox, M. DeBlois, J.S. Dukes, T.G. Huntington, A.H, Magill, J.E. Mohan, J. Pontius, A.D. Richardson, N.L. Rodenhouse, M.R. Watson, and N. Willard. 2009. NE Forests 2100:  Evaluating climate-driven changes in northeastern North American forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:1-10. (PDF)
  9. Bradford, M.A., C.A. Davies, S.D. Frey, T.R. Maddox, J.M. Melillo, J.E. Mohan, J.F. Reynolds, K.K. Treseder, and M.D. Wallenstein.  2008.  Thermal adaptation of soil microbial respiration to elevated temperature.  Ecology Letters 11(12): 316-1327. (PDF)
  10. Wang, X. and J.E. Mohan.  2008.  Effects of global changes on weeds.  Invited Review: CAB Reviews:  Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3(No. 067):1-20.
  11. Mohan, J.E., L.H. Ziska, W.H. Schlesinger, R.B.Thomas, R.C. Sicher, K.George, J.S. Clark. 2008. Biomass and toxicity responses of poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) to elevated atmospheric CO2: Reply. Ecology 89(2): 585-587. (PDF)
  12. Mohan, J.E., J.S. Clark, W.H. Schlesinger.  2007.  Long-term CO2 enrichment of a forest ecosystem: implications for forest regeneration and succession.  Ecological Applications 17(4): 1198-1212. (PDF)
  13. Ziska L.H., Sicher R.C., George K., Mohan J.E. 2007. Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and potential impacts on the growth and toxicity of poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans). Weed Science 55: 288–292. (PDF)
  14. Mohan, J.E., L.H. Ziska, W.H. Schlesinger, R.B.Thomas, R.C. Sicher, K.George, J.S. Clark. 2006. Biomass and toxicity responses of poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) to elevated atmospheric CO2. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(24): 9086-9089.  (covered in >160,000 news entries on Google News.com). (PDF)
  15. Ellison, A.M., M.S. Bank, B.D. Clinton, E.A. Colburn, K. Elliott, C. Ford, D.R. Foster, B.D. Kloeppel, J.D. Knoepp, G.M. Lovett, J.E. Mohan, D.A. Orwig, N.L. Rodenhouse, W.V. Sobczak, K.A. Stinson, P. Snow, J.K. Stone, C.M. Swan, J. Thompson, B. Von Holle, and J.R. Webster.  2005.  Loss of foundation species:  consequences for the structure and dynamics of forested ecosystems.  Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9(3): 479-486. (PDF)
  16. Knepp, R.G., J.G. Hamilton, J.E. Mohan, A.R. Zangerl, M.R. Berenbaum, and E H. DeLucia. 2005. Elevated CO2 reduces leaf damage by insect herbivores in a forest community. New Phytologist 167(1): 207-218. (PDF)
  17. Mohan, J.E., J.S. Clark, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2004. Genetic variation in germination, growth, and survivorship of red maple in response to subambient through elevated atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology 10: 233-247. (PDF)
  18.  Clark, J.S., J.E. Mohan, M. Dietze, and I. Ibanez.  2003.  Coexistence:  How to discriminate trophic tradeoffs from slow dynamics.  Ecology 84 (1): 17-31. (PDF)
  19. Clark, J.S., B. Beckage, P. Camill, B. Cleveland, J. HilleRisLambers, J. Lichter, J. McLachlan, J. Mohan, and P. Wycoff.  1999.  Interpreting recruitment limitation in forests.  American Journal of Botany 86:1-16. (PDF)
  20. Delucia, E.H., J.G. Hamilton, S.L. Naidu, R.B. Thomas, J.A. Andrews, A. Finzi, M. Lavine, R. Matamala, J.E. Mohan, G.R. Hendrey, and W.H. Schlesinger. 1999.  Net primary production of a forest ecosystem with experimental CO2 enrichment.  Science 284:1177-1179.  (PDF)

5.         Bulletins or technical reports (peer-reviewed)

  1. Rustad, Lindsey, John Campbell, Jeffrey S. Dukes, Thomas Huntington, Kathy Fallon Lambert, Jacqueline E. Mohan, Nicholas Rodenhous. 2012. Changing Climate, Changing Forests: The Impacts of Climate Change on Forests of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. General Technical Report NRS-99. Newtown Square, PA. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 48 p.

6.         Manuscripts submitted 

  1. Mohan, J.E., C. Cowden, P. Baas, A. Duwadi, P. Frankson, K. Helmick, E. Hughes, S. Khan, A. Lang, M. Machmuller, M. Taylor, and C.A. Witt.  Mycorrhizal mediation of terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change. Invited review for Fungal Ecology, in review.
  2. Bridges, K.J.**, J. E. Mohan*, ** C. Cowden, J. Melillo, R.P. Shefferson, P. Baas, C. Baldino, P. Frankson, S. Khan, F. Lehman, T. Maddox, and W. Werner. Soil warming, mycorrhizal root colonization, and soil & foliar tissue chemistry: results from the Harvard Forest. Fungal Ecology, in review. * Corresponding author.  **Authors contributed equally to this work. 
  3. Clark, J.S., J.M. Melillo, J.E. Mohan, C.S. Salk. The timing of warming tht controls onset of the growing season. Global Change Biology, in review.

7.         Manuscripts in preparation for submission summer 2013 

  1. Mohan, J. E., J.M. Melillo, P.T. Frankson, C.C. Cowden, K.J. Bridges, C. Baldino, F. Bowles, S. Butler, R. Hanifin, S. Khan, F. Lehman, K. Lenoir, M.B. Machmuller, R. Shefferson, T. Sipe, S. Sistla, W. Werner, F. A. Bazzaz. The Arbuscular Advantage: Soil Warming Stimulates the Photosynthesis and Growth of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal-Associating Tree Species and Poison Ivy over 8 Years at Harvard Forest. In preparation for Science.
  2. Machmuller, M.B., Wurzburger, N., Thompson, A., Markewitz, D., J.E. Mohan. The response of highly-weathered soils to soil warming. In preparation for Nature Letters.
  3. Baas, P., D. Markewitz, J.D. Knoepp and J.E. Mohan. Human land-use driven shifts in riparian nitrogen cycling and associated greenhouse gas emissions: interactions between soil temperature, moisture and substrate quality. In preparation for Biogeochemistry.