Autumn Sabo

Assistant Professor of Biology

Autumn Sabo

Research Summary

How anthropogenic stressors affect plant communities, conservation, and restoration options. Recent work has focused on how deer and silvicultural techniques impact forest understories, with future projects likely extending to rare and invasive plant biology as well as climate change adaptation.

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Publication Tags

Deer Understory Herbivores Herbivory Plant Communities Temperate Forests Temperate Forest Environmental Factors Overstory Hardwood Forests Species Abundance Plant Community Seedlings Seedling Environmental Factor Species Diversity Experiments Canopy Gap Earthworms Ungulate Tick Earthworm Species Richness Chemical Analysis Hardwood

Most Recent Publications

Northern hardwoods seedlings respond to a complex of environmental factors when deer herbivory is limited

Phillip D. Jones, Autumn E. Sabo, Jodi A. Forrester, David J. Mladenoff, Marc E. McDill, 2023, Forest Ecology and Management

Scale matters: Variation in Ixodes scapularis abundance influenced by understory, deer density, coarse woody debris and earthworms in northern temperate forests of the US

Scott Larson, Autumn Sabo, Eric Kruger, Phillip Jones, Susan Paskewitz, 2022, Ecosphere on p. 13

Ixodes scapularis density in US temperate forests shaped by deer, earthworms, and disparate factors at two scales

Scott R. Larson, Autumn E. Sabo, Eric Kruger, Phillip Jones, Susan M. Paskewitz, 2022, Ecosphere

Autumn Sabo, David Mladenoff, Jodi Forrester, 2021, Journal of Forestry on p. 1

Impacts of Browsing and Grazing Ungulates on Plant Characteristics and Dynamics

Autumn Sabo, 2019,

Ungulate exclusion accentuates increases in woody species richness and abundance with canopy gap creation in a temperate hardwood forest

Autumn E. Sabo, Jodi A. Forrester, Julia I. Burton, Phillip D. Jones, David J. Mladenoff, Eric L. Kruger, 2019, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 386-395

Autumn E. Sabo, Katie L. Frerker, Donald M. Waller, Eric L. Kruger, 2017, Journal of Ecology on p. 1386-1398

Book review of Biocultural Diversity Conservation: A Global Handbook

Autumn Sabo, 2011, Ecological Restoration on p. 315-316

Robinia pseudoacacia Invasions and Control in North America and Europe

Autumn Sabo, 2000, Restoration and Reclamation Review on p. 9

Most-Cited Papers

Autumn E. Sabo, Katie L. Frerker, Donald M. Waller, Eric L. Kruger, 2017, Journal of Ecology on p. 1386-1398

Ungulate exclusion accentuates increases in woody species richness and abundance with canopy gap creation in a temperate hardwood forest

Autumn E. Sabo, Jodi A. Forrester, Julia I. Burton, Phillip D. Jones, David J. Mladenoff, Eric L. Kruger, 2019, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 386-395

Ixodes scapularis density in US temperate forests shaped by deer, earthworms, and disparate factors at two scales

Scott R. Larson, Autumn E. Sabo, Eric Kruger, Phillip Jones, Susan M. Paskewitz, 2022, Ecosphere

Northern hardwoods seedlings respond to a complex of environmental factors when deer herbivory is limited

Phillip D. Jones, Autumn E. Sabo, Jodi A. Forrester, David J. Mladenoff, Marc E. McDill, 2023, Forest Ecology and Management

Autumn Sabo, David Mladenoff, Jodi Forrester, 2021, Journal of Forestry on p. 1

Scale matters: Variation in Ixodes scapularis abundance influenced by understory, deer density, coarse woody debris and earthworms in northern temperate forests of the US

Scott Larson, Autumn Sabo, Eric Kruger, Phillip Jones, Susan Paskewitz, 2022, Ecosphere on p. 13

Impacts of Browsing and Grazing Ungulates on Plant Characteristics and Dynamics

Autumn Sabo, 2019,