Kim Steiner

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Professor, Ecosystem Science and Management

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Research interests include silviculture and ecology of mixed-oak forests, tree growth and form, and forest genetics.

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Recent Publications

Uncertainty in the modelled mortality of two tree species (Fraxinus) under novel climatic regimes

Steiner, K. C., Graboski, L. E., Berkebile, J. L., Fei, S. & Leites, L. P., Aug 2021, In: Diversity and Distributions. 27, 8, p. 1449-1461 13 p.

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Predicting oak regeneration success at the stem exclusion stage of stand development in upland hardwood forests

Graboski, L. E., Steiner, K. C., McDill, M. E. & Finley, J. C., Jun 1 2020, In: Forest Ecology and Management. 465, 118093.

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Adaptation to climate in five eastern North America broadleaf deciduous species: Growth clines and evidence of the growth-cold tolerance trade-off

Leites, L. P., Rehfeldt, G. E. & Steiner, K. C., Apr 2019, In: Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 37, p. 64-72 9 p.

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Genetic, spatial, and temporal aspects of decline and mortality in a Fraxinus provenance test following invasion by the emerald ash borer

Steiner, K. C., Graboski, L. E., Knight, K. S., Koch, J. L. & Mason, M. E., Nov 1 2019, In: Biological Invasions. 21, 11, p. 3439-3450 12 p.

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A test of the delayed oak dominance hypothesis at mid-rotation in developing upland stands

Steiner, K. C., Stein, B. S. & Finley, J. C., Jan 15 2018, In: Forest Ecology and Management. 408, p. 1-8 8 p.

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Rescue of American chestnut with extraspecific genes following its destruction by a naturalized pathogen

Steiner, K. C., Westbrook, J. W., Hebard, F. V., Georgi, L. L., Powell, W. A. & Fitzsimmons, S. F., Mar 1 2017, In: New Forests. 48, 2, p. 317-336 20 p.

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Host condition effects upon Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) captures on decoy-baited branch traps

Domingue, M. J., Berkebile, J., Steiner, K., Hall, L. P., Cloonan, K. R., Lance, D. & Baker, T. C., 2016, In: European Journal of Entomology. 113, p. 438-445 8 p.

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Limitations on regeneration potential after even-aged harvests in mixed-oak stands

Campbell, A. J., Steiner, K. C., Finley, J. J. & Leites, L., Oct 28 2015, In: Forest Science. 61, 5, p. 874-881 8 p.

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Detecting emerald ash borers (Agrilus planipennis) using branch traps baited with 3D-printed beetle decoys

Domingue, M. J., Pulsifer, D. P., Lakhtakia, A., Berkebile, J., Steiner, K. C., Lelito, J. P., Hall, L. P. & Baker, T. C., Jun 18 2015, In: Journal of Pest Science. 88, 2, p. 267-279 13 p.

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The evolution of forest genetics and tree improvement research in the United States

Wheeler, N. C., Steiner, K. C., Schlarbaum, S. E. & Neale, D. B., Sep 1 2015, In: Journal of Forestry. 113, 5, p. 500-510 11 p.

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