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Faison E.K., S. DeStefano, D.R. Foster, J.M. Rapp, J.A. Compton. 2016. Multiple Browsers Structure Tree Recruitment in Logged Temperate Forests. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0166783. 

Faison, E. K., S. DeStefano, D.R. Foster, G. Motzkin and J.M. Rapp. 2016. Ungulate browsers promote herbaceous layer diversity in logged temperate forests. Ecology and Evolution. 

Rosenheim, J.A., N.M. Williams, S.J. Schreiber, and J.M. Rapp. 2016. Modest pollen limitation of lifetime seed production is in good agreement with modest uncertainty in whole-plant pollen receipt. American Naturalist. 187:397-404.

Rapp, J.M. and E.E. Crone. 2015. Maple syrup production declines following masting. Forest Ecology and Management. 335:249-255.

Clark, K.E., M.A. Torres, A.J. West, R.G. Hilton, M. New, A.B. Horwath, J.B. Fisher, J.M. Rapp, A. Robles Caceres, and Y. Malhi. 2014. The hydrological regime of a forested tropical Andean catchment. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18:5377-5397.

Girardin, C.A.J., Y. Malhi, K.J. Feeley, J.M. Rapp, M.R. Silman, P. Meir, W. Huaraca Huasco, N. Salinas, M. Mamani, J.E. Silva-Espejo, K. García Cabrera, W. Farfan Rios, D.B. Metcalfe, C.E. Doughty, L.E.O.C. Aragão. 2014. Seasonality of above-ground net primary productivity along an Andean altitudinal transect in Peru. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 

Crone, E.E. and J.M. Rapp. 2014.Resource depletion, pollen coupling and the ecology of mast-seeding. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1322:21-34.

Rapp, J.M. and M.R. Silman. 2014. Epiphyte response to drought and experimental warming in an Andean cloud forest [v2; ref status: approved 1, approved with reservations 1,] F1000Research. 3:7

Rapp, J.M., E.J.B. McIntire, and E.E. Crone. 2013. Sex allocation, pollen limitation and masting in whitebark pine. Journal of Ecology. 101:1345-1352.

Rapp, J.M., M.R. Silman , J.S. Clark , C.A.J. Girardin , D. Galiano , and R. Tito. 2012. Intra- and inter-specific tree growth across a long altitudinal gradient in the Peruvian Andes. Ecology. 93:2061-2072.

Rapp, J.M. and M.R. Silman. 2012. Diurnal, seasonal, and altitudinal trends in microclimate across a tropical montane cloud forest. Climate Research.55:17-32.

Marthews, T.R., Y. Malhi, C.A.J. Girardin, J.E. Silva-Espejo, L.E.O.C. Aragão, D.B. Metcalfe, J.M. Rapp, L.M. Mercado, R.A. Fisher, D.R. Galbraith, J.B. Fisher, N. Salinas-Revilla, A.D. Friend, N. Restrepo-Coupe, and R.J. Williams. 2012. Simulating forest productivity along a neotropical elevational transect: temperature variation and carbon use efficiency. Global Change Biology. 18:2882-2898.

Fierer, N., C.M. McCain, P. Meir, M. Zimmerman, J.M. Rapp, M.R. Silman, R. Knight. 2011. Microbes do not follow the elevational diversity patterns of plants and animals. Ecology.92:797–804.

Girardin, C.A.J., Y. Malhi, L.E.O.C. Aragão, M. Mamani, W. Huaraca Huasco, L. Durand, K. J. Feeley, J. Rapp, J.E. Silva-Espejo, M. Silman, N. Salinas, R. J. Whittaker. 2010. Net primary productivity allocation and cycling of carbon along a tropical forest elevational transect in the Peruvian Andes. Global Change Biology. 16: 3176-3192.

Meier, C.L., J. Rapp, R. Bowers, M.R. Silman, and N. Fierer. 2010. Fungal growth on a common wood substrate across a tropical elevation gradient: temperature sensitivity, community composition, and potential for above-ground decomposition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 42: 1083-1090.

Rapp, J., D. Wang, D. Capen, E. Thompson, and T. Lautzenheiser. 2005. Evaluating error in using the National Vegetation Classification System for ecological community mapping in northern New England. Natural Areas Journal 25: 46-54.

Reynolds, R. L., J. G. Rosenbaum, J. Rapp, M. W. Kerwin, J. P. Bradbury, S. M. Colman and David Adam. 2004. Record of late Pleistocene glaciation and deglaciation in the southern Cascade Range; I, Petrological evidence from lacustrine sediment in Upper Klamath Lake, southern Oregon. Journal of Paleolimnology 31: 217-233.

In review or preparation

Rapp, J.M., S. Ahmed, B. Dufour, R.D. Huish, D.A. Lutz, T.L. Morelli, and K. Stinson, 2017. Finding the sweet spot: climate optimum for maple syrup production. In preparation.

Rapp, J.M., S.J. Schreiber, J.A. Rosenheim, N.M. Williams, and L.D. Harder. Increase the mean, reduce the variance, or bet on a bonanza: plant evolutionary response to environmental variability in pollen receipt. In preparation.

Rapp, J.M., C.R. Mangnall, E.J.B. McIntire, A. Fajardo, and E.E. Crone. Climate and stand characteristics determine whitebark pine mortality risk from mountain pine beetle. In preparation.

Rapp, J.M., I. Le Roncé, and E.E. Crone. Resource-dependence of sex allocation within and among trees and years in Acer saccharum. In preparation.


Popular Articles and Technical Reports (non-peer reviewed)

Rapp, J.M. 2016. How will climate change affect maple syrup? Maple Syrup Digest. 55:16-20.

Rapp, J.M. 2015. Examining the impact of seed production on sap sugar content. Maple Syrup Digest. 53: 14-19.

Rapp, J. 2004. A Place in Mind. Northern Woodlands magazine, Corinth, Vermont, U.S.A.

Rapp, J. 2003. Ecological Communities of the Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge: Classification and Mapping with the National Vegetation Classification System (report submitted to the Trust for Public Land and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.) School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.

Rapp, J. 2003. Costa Rica: Crossroads in the Plant World. Ecolog, Newsletter from the Ecological Planning students, School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.

Rapp, J. 2002. Kinglets in the Cold: Small Survivors. Ecolog, Newsletter from the Ecological Planning students, School of Natural Resources, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.

Barton, J., C. Dacey, J. Hilke, J. Kart, E. Faison, K. Lange, V. Levesque, J. Rapp, and A. Wheeler. 2002. Wheeler and Farm Bureau Tracts: Assessment and Recommendations for the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. Botany Department, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.