Recent Publications

Habitat Suitability for Restoration Resource Page

Hawaiian Dry Forest Native Plant Propagation Resource Page



  • Questad, E.J., A. Uowolo, S. Brooks, R. Fitch, and S. Cordell. In press. Resource availability, propagule supply, and the effect of non-native, ungulate herbivores on Senecio madagascariensis invasion. Pacific Science Early View PDF


  • Cordell, S., E.J. Questad, G.P. Asner, K.M. Kinney, J.M. Thaxton, A. Uowolo, S. Brooks, and M.W. Chynoweth. 2016. Remote sensing for restoration planning: how the big picture can inform stakeholders. Restoration Ecology Early View Online, DOI: 10.1111/rec.12448


  • Kinney, K.M., G.P. Asner, S. Cordell, O.A. Chadwick, K. Heckman, S. Hotchkiss, M. Jeraj, T. Kennedy-Bowdoin, D.E. Knapp, E.J. Questad, J.M. Thaxton, F. Trusdell, and J.R. Kellner. 2015. Primary succession on a Hawaiian dryland chronosequence. PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123995


  • Questad, E.J., J.R. Kellner, K. Kinney, S. Cordell, G.P. Asner, J. Thaxton, J. Diep, A. Uowolo, S. Brooks, N. Inman-Narahari, S.A. Evans, B. Tucker. 2014. Mapping habitat suitability for at-risk plant species and its implications for restoration and reintroduction. Ecological Applications 24 (2): 385-395.

  • Paolini, J.J., L.H. Quon, and E.J. Questad. 2014. The impact of invasive forbs on fuel loads in degraded coastal sage scrub. Crossosoma 40(1): 9-21.


  • Questad, E.J., J.M. Thaxton, and S. Cordell. 2012. Patterns and consequences of re-invasion into a Hawaiian dry forest restoration. Biological Invasions 14(12): 2573-2586.

  • Kellner, J., G. Asner, S. Cordell, J. Thaxton, K. Kinney, T. Kennedy-Bowdoin, D. Knapp, E. Questad, and S. Ambagis. 2012. Historical land-cover classification for conservation and management in Hawaiian subalpine drylands. Pacific Science 66(4): 457-466.

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