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Robocker, W. C., J. T. Curtis, & H. L. Ahlgren. 1953. Some Factors Affecting Emergence and Establishment of Native Grass Seedlings in Wisconsin. Ecology. 34: 194-199.

Rogers, David A. 2011. Fifty years of change in southern Wisconsin forests: patterns of species loss and homogenization. Ph.D. dissertation.

Rogers, D.A., T.P. Rooney, T. Hawbaker, V. Radeloff, and D.M. Waller. 2009. Paying the extinction debt: The increasing influence of patch size and landscape factors on vegetation community composition and dynamics in southern Wisconsin upland forests. In press, Conservation Biology.

Rogers, D. A., T. P. Rooney, D. Olson, and D. M. Waller. 2008. Shifts in southern Wisconsin forest canopy and understory richness, composition , and heterogeneity. Ecology 89(9). 2482-2492.

Rooney, T. P. 2008. Comparison of co-occurrence structure of temperate forest herb-layer communities in 1949 and 2000. Acta Oecologica.

Rooney, T. P., D. A. Rogers, S. M. Wiegmann and D. M. Waller. 2004. Monitoring non-native plant invasions over 50 years in Wisconsin forests. Weed Technology. 18: 1266-1268.

Rooney, T. P., S. M. Wiegmann, D. A. Rogers and D. M. Waller. 2004. Biotic impoverishment and homogenization in unfragmented forest understory communities. Conservation Biology 18: 787-798.

Rooney, T. P. and D. A. Rogers. 2002. The modified floristic quality index. Natural Areas Journal 22: 340-344.

Rooney, T., D. Waller and S. Wiegmann. 2001. Revisiting the Northwoods - a lesson in biotic homogenization. Wild Earth 11: 45-49.

Struik, G. and J. T. Curtis. 1962. Herb Distribution in an Acer saccharum Forest. American Midland Naturalist. 68: 285-296.

Waller, D.M. 2006. Re-Visioning Conservation. Conservation Biology. 20: 587-588.

Waller, D.M. 2005. Tracking plant diversity across forest landscapes: Indicators and drivers. Invited paper, UNESCO conference Biodiversity-Science and Governance, Paris, Jan. 2005.

Waller, D. M. and T. P. Rooney. 2004. Nature is changing in more ways than one. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19: 6-7.

Waller, D. M. 1996. Biodiversity as a basis for conservation efforts. Biodiversity and the law. W. Snape. Washington, D.C., Island Press: 16-32.

Waller, D. M. 1991. Introduction. Landscape Linkages and Biodiversity. W. E. Hudson. Washington, D.C., Island Press: 3-13.

Waller, D. M. 1988. Sharing responsibility for conserving diversity: The complementary roles of conservation biologists and public land agencies. Cons. Biol. 2(4): 398-401.

Ware, J. H. 1955. A Phytosociological Study of Lowland hardwood Forests in Southern Wisconsin. PhD thesis, submitted to UW Madison.

Weigmann, S.M. and D.M. Waller. 2006. Fifty years of change in in northern upland forest understories: Identity and traits of "winners" and "loser" plant species. Biological Conservation. 129:109-123