Margot Kaye

Associate Professor of Forest Ecology

Margot Kaye

Research Summary

Vegetation dynamics; global change ecology; interactions among vegetation, climate and human land use; dendrochronology; disturbance history; environmental change.

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Climate Temperature Carbon Drought Soil Climate Change Shale Effect Soils Oak Water Harvest Phenology Bedrock Nitrogen Quercus Warming Deciduous Forests Agriculture Carbon Sinks Temperate Forest Spatial Distribution Interspecific Variation Watershed Experiment

Most Recent Papers

Prescribed fire alters structure and composition of a mid-Atlantic oak forest up to eight years after burning

Cody L. Dems, Alan H. Taylor, Erica A.H. Smithwick, Jesse K. Kreye, Margot W. Kaye, 2021, Fire Ecology

Simulated fire regimes favor oak and pine but affect carbon stocks in mixed oak forests in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Anthony Zhao, Alan H. Taylor, Erica A.H. Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Lucas B. Harris, 2021, Forest Ecology and Management

Citizen scientists record novel leaf phenology of invasive shrubs in eastern U.S. forests

Erynn Maynard-Bean, Margot Kaye, Tyler Wagner, Eric P. Burkhart, 2020, Biological Invasions on p. 3325-3337

Hunter and Non-Hunter Perceptions of Costs, Benefits, and Likelihood of Outcomes of Prescribed Fire in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Zachary D. Miller, Hong Wu, Katherine Zipp, Cody L. Dems, Erica Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Peter Newman, Anthony Zhao, Alan Taylor, 2020, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1321-1327

Bedrock type drives forest carbon storage and uptake across the mid-Atlantic Appalachian Ridge and Valley, U.S.A.

Warren P. Reed, Margot W. Kaye, 2020, Forest Ecology and Management

Observing and Simulating Spatial Variations of Forest Carbon Stocks in Complex Terrain

Yuting H. Smeglin, Kenneth J. Davis, Yuning Shi, David M. Eissenstat, Jason P. Kaye, Margot W. Kaye, 2020, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences

Invasive shrub removal benefits native plants in an eastern deciduous forest of North America

Erynn Maynard-Bean, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, 2019, Invasive Plant Science and Management on p. 3-10

Advancing dendrochronological studies of fire in the United States

Grant L. Harley, Christopher H. Baisan, Peter M. Brown, Donald A. Falk, William T. Flatley, Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, Amy Hessl, Emily K. Heyerdahl, Margot W. Kaye, Charles W. Lafon, Ellis Q. Margolis, R. Stockton Maxwell, Adam T. Naito, William J. Platt, Monica T. Rother, Thomas Saladyga, Rosemary L. Sherriff, Lauren A. Stachowiak, Michael C. Stambaugh, Elaine Kennedy Sutherland, Alan H. Taylor, 2018, Fire on p. 1-6

Drought timing and local climate determine the sensitivity of eastern temperate forests to drought

Loïc D'Orangeville, Justin Maxwell, Daniel Kneeshaw, Neil Pederson, Louis Duchesne, Travis Logan, Daniel Houle, Dominique Arseneault, Colin M. Beier, Daniel A. Bishop, Daniel Druckenbrod, Shawn Fraver, François Girard, Joshua Halman, Chris Hansen, Justin L. Hart, Henrik Hartmann, Margot Kaye, David Leblanc, Stefano Manzoni, Rock Ouimet, Shelly Rayback, Christine R. Rollinson, Richard P. Phillips, 2018, Global Change Biology on p. 2339-2351

Tree vigour influences secondary growth but not responsiveness to climatic variability in Holm oak

Ana Maria Hereş, Margot W. Kaye, Elena Granda, Raquel Benavides, Ana Lázaro-Nogal, Alfredo Emilio Rubio-Casal, Fernando Valladares, Jorge Curiel Yuste, 2018, Dendrochronologia on p. 68-76

Most-Cited Papers

Drought timing and local climate determine the sensitivity of eastern temperate forests to drought

Loïc D'Orangeville, Justin Maxwell, Daniel Kneeshaw, Neil Pederson, Louis Duchesne, Travis Logan, Daniel Houle, Dominique Arseneault, Colin M. Beier, Daniel A. Bishop, Daniel Druckenbrod, Shawn Fraver, François Girard, Joshua Halman, Chris Hansen, Justin L. Hart, Henrik Hartmann, Margot Kaye, David Leblanc, Stefano Manzoni, Rock Ouimet, Shelly Rayback, Christine R. Rollinson, Richard P. Phillips, 2018, Global Change Biology on p. 2339-2351

Increased temperature and precipitation had limited effects on soil extracellular enzyme activities in a post-harvest forest

M. D. McDaniel, Jason Philip Kaye, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, 2013, Soil Biology and Biochemistry on p. 90-98

Experimental warming alters spring phenology of certain plant functional groups in an early successional forest community

Christine R. Rollinson, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, 2012, Global Change Biology on p. 1108-1116

Designing a suite of measurements to understand the critical zone

Susan Louise Brantley, Roman Alexander Dibiase, Tess Alethea Russo, Yuning Shi, Hangsheng Lin, Kenneth James Davis, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Lillian Hill, Jason Philip Kaye, David Eissenstat, Beth Hoagland, Ashlee L. Dere, Andrew L. Neal, Kristen M. Brubaker, Dan K. Arthur, 2016, Earth Surface Dynamics on p. 211-235

Variability in aboveground carbon driven by slope aspect and curvature in an eastern deciduous forest, USA

Lauren A. Smith, David M. Eissenstat, Margot W. Kaye, 2017, Canadian Journal of Forest Research on p. 149-158

Interspecific variation in growth responses to climate and competition of five eastern tree species

Christine R. Rollinson, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Charles D. Canham, 2016, Ecology on p. 1003-1011

Long-term aspen cover change in the western US

Dominik Kulakowski, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Daniel M. Kashian, 2013, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 52-59

Susquehanna shale hills critical zone observatory: Shale hills in the context of shaver’s creek watershed

Susan Louise Brantley, Timothy Stapler White, Nicole West, Jennifer Zan Williams, Brandon Robert Forsythe, Danny Shapich, Jason Philip Kaye, Hangsheng Lin, Yuning Shi, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Elizabeth Herndon, Kenneth James Davis, Yuting He, David Eissenstat, Julie Weitzman, Roman Alexander Dibiase, Li Li, Warren Reed, Kristen Brubaker, Xin Gu, 2018, Vadose Zone Journal

Microclimate and ecological threshold responses in a warming and wetting experiment following whole tree harvest

M. D. McDaniel, R. J. Wagner, C. R. Rollinson, B. A. Kimball, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Jason Philip Kaye, 2014, Theorectical and Applied Climatology on p. 287-299

Do “hot moments” become hotter under climate change? Soil nitrogen dynamics from a climate manipulation experiment in a post-harvest forest

M. D. McDaniel, Jason Philip Kaye, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, 2014, Biogeochemistry on p. 339-354