Charles Andrew Cole

Professor of Landscape Architecture

Charles Andrew Cole

Research Summary

Ecosystem ecology: wetlands, hydrology, restoration, seed banks, plant communities, historical ecology.

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Publication Tags

Wetlands Hydrology Wetland Soil Model Validation Ecosystems Ecosystem Restoration Seed Wild Flowers Soil Amendment Fresh Water Soil Amendments Hydrologic Data Seeds Measuring Water Managers Paper Monitoring Compost Composts Organic Carbon Soil Quality Species Richness

Most Recent Papers

The influence of soil amendments on a native wildflower seed mix in surface mine restoration

Sarah E. Rothman, C. Andrew Cole, Maryann Victoria Bruns, Marvin H. Hall, 2021, Restoration Ecology

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Cole, 2020, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Andrew Cole, 2019, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

E+D: Ecology Plus Design. 2019. Symposium – Ecology + design strategies to solve complex problems

Kendall Mainzer, Charles Cole, 2019,

DDREAM: Deep Decarbonization and Renewable Energy in the Appalachian Mountains: a socio-ecological systems approach to evaluating ecological governance

S Mainzer, Charles Cole, Travis Flohr, 2019, Socio-ecological Practice Research, Special Issue, Design with Nature at 50: Retrospect and Prospect. on p. 249-263

Assessment of a judgment-based hydrogeomorphic wetland classification using long-term hydrologic data

C. A. Cole, 2017, Ecohydrology

HGM

Charles Andrew Cole, 2016, Wetlands Ecology and Management on p. 579-585

Chapter 8: United States wetland regulation, policy and assessment

Charles Cole, D. Somerville, 2014,

Hydrology of Mid-Atlantic freshwater wetlands

Kristen C. Hychka, Robert P. Brooks, Charles Andrew Cole, 2013, on p. 109-127

Herbaceous plant community composition in created wetlands over seven years in northern New York, USA

Charles Andrew Cole, Christopher A. Urban, Paul Russo, Jason Murray, Dave Hoyt, Robert P. Brooks, 2013, Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes on p. 235-247

Most-Cited Papers

HGM

Charles Andrew Cole, 2016, Wetlands Ecology and Management on p. 579-585

Hydrology of Mid-Atlantic freshwater wetlands

Kristen C. Hychka, Robert P. Brooks, Charles Andrew Cole, 2013, on p. 109-127

Assessment of a judgment-based hydrogeomorphic wetland classification using long-term hydrologic data

C. A. Cole, 2017, Ecohydrology

Herbaceous plant community composition in created wetlands over seven years in northern New York, USA

Charles Andrew Cole, Christopher A. Urban, Paul Russo, Jason Murray, Dave Hoyt, Robert P. Brooks, 2013, Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes on p. 235-247

The influence of soil amendments on a native wildflower seed mix in surface mine restoration

Sarah E. Rothman, C. Andrew Cole, Maryann Victoria Bruns, Marvin H. Hall, 2021, Restoration Ecology

Created ecosystems and the concept of succession

Charles Andrew Cole, 2019, Landscape Journal on p. 75-85

Chapter 8: United States wetland regulation, policy and assessment

Charles Cole, D. Somerville, 2014,

Wetland monitoring and assessment

Charles Cole, Mary Kentula, 2011, on p. 261

E+D: Ecology Plus Design. 2019. Symposium – Ecology + design strategies to solve complex problems

Kendall Mainzer, Charles Cole, 2019,

DDREAM: Deep Decarbonization and Renewable Energy in the Appalachian Mountains: a socio-ecological systems approach to evaluating ecological governance

S Mainzer, Charles Cole, Travis Flohr, 2019, Socio-ecological Practice Research, Special Issue, Design with Nature at 50: Retrospect and Prospect. on p. 249-263