Marc Abrams

Professor of Forest Ecology and Physiology

Marc Abrams

Research Summary

Community, historical and physiological ecology of tree species; global change biology.

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Climate Quercus Charcoal Seedlings Vegetation Oak Deer Temperature Disturbance Fires Germany Shale Climate Change Seedling Land Use Ecology Chemical Analysis Pinus Sandstone Soil Cooling Preserve Regeneration Loss Shade Tolerance

Most Recent Papers

Does white-tailed deer density affect tree stocking in forests of the Eastern United States?

Brice B. Hanberry, Marc David Abrams, 2019, Ecological Processes

Global change impacts on forest and fire dynamics using paleoecology and tree census data for eastern North America

Marc David Abrams, Gregory J. Nowacki, 2019, Annals of Forest Science

Witness Tree Records for the Early Colonial Period (1623-1700) of Eastern Virginia

Marc David Abrams, Sarah E. Johnson, 2019, American Midland Naturalist on p. 115-122

Recognizing loss of open forest ecosystems by tree densification and land use intensification in the Midwestern USA

Brice B. Hanberry, Marc David Abrams, 2018, Regional Environmental Change on p. 1731-1740

A Dendroecological Analysis of Forest Dynamics for Old-Growth Abies-Tsuga-Quercus on the Boso Peninsula, Southeastern Japan

Marc D. Abrams, Kiyoshi Umeki, Christopher Bouma, Eri Nabeshima, Keisuke Toyama, 2017, Tree-Ring Research on p. 59-74

Sowing the seeds of fire and oak in the eastern us

Marc D. Abrams, 2016, Fire Ecology on p. 7-12

Exploring the Early Anthropocene Burning Hypothesis and Climate-Fire Anomalies for the Eastern U.S

Marc D. Abrams, Gregory J. Nowacki, 2015, Journal of Sustainable Forestry on p. 30-48

Is climate an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the Eastern United States?

Gregory J. Nowacki, Marc D. Abrams, 2015, Global Change Biology on p. 314-334

Impacts of early homestead abandonment on forests and soils at Scotia Barrens, central Pennsylvania

M. D. Abrams, S. E. Johnson, 2014, Human Ecology on p. 793-799

A comparative study of physiological and morphological seedling traits associated with shade tolerance in introduced red oak (Quercus rubra) and native hardwood tree species in southwestern Germany

Christian Kuehne, Peter Nosko, Tobias Horwath, Jürgen Bauhus, Marc Abrams, 2014, Tree Physiology on p. 184-193

Most-Cited Papers

Is climate an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the Eastern United States?

Gregory J. Nowacki, Marc D. Abrams, 2015, Global Change Biology on p. 314-334

Environmental control of daily stem growth patterns in five temperate broad-leaved tree species

Paul Köcher, Viviana Horna, Christoph Leuschner, Marc David Abrams, 2012, Tree Physiology on p. 1021-1032

Long-term impacts of deer exclosures on mixed-oak forest composition at the Valley Forge National Historical Park, Pennsylvania, USA

Marc D. Abrams, Sarah E. Johnson, 2012, Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society on p. 167-180

A comparative study of physiological and morphological seedling traits associated with shade tolerance in introduced red oak (Quercus rubra) and native hardwood tree species in southwestern Germany

Christian Kuehne, Peter Nosko, Tobias Horwath, Jürgen Bauhus, Marc Abrams, 2014, Tree Physiology on p. 184-193

Recognizing loss of open forest ecosystems by tree densification and land use intensification in the Midwestern USA

Brice B. Hanberry, Marc David Abrams, 2018, Regional Environmental Change on p. 1731-1740

Exploring the Early Anthropocene Burning Hypothesis and Climate-Fire Anomalies for the Eastern U.S

Marc D. Abrams, Gregory J. Nowacki, 2015, Journal of Sustainable Forestry on p. 30-48

The impacts of mast year and prescribed fires on tree regeneration in Oak forests at the mohonk preserve, Southeastern New York, USA

Marc D. Abrams, Sarah E. Johnson, 2013, Natural Areas Journal on p. 427-434

Native Americans, Smokey bear and the rise and fall of eastern oak forests

Marc David Abrams, 2010, Penn State Environmental Law Review on p. 141-154

Oak forest composition on contrasting soil types at the mohonk preserve, eastern New York

Marc David Abrams, Benjamin A. Sands, 2010, Northern Journal of Applied Forestry on p. 105-109

The impact of mast years on seedling recruitment following canopy thinning and deer fencing in contrasting northeastern U.S. coastal forests

Marc David Abrams, 2013, Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society on p. 379-390