Buonaiuto, D.M., and Wolkovich, E.M. (2021). Differences between flower and leaf phenological responses to environmental variation drive shifts in spring phenological sequences of temperate woody plants. Journal of Ecology, Accepted.

Wolkovich E.M, J.L Auerbach, C.J Chamberlain, D.M Buonaiuto, A.K Ettinger; I. Morales-Castilla, A. Gelman. (2021). A simple explanation for declining temperature sensitivity with warming. Global Change Biology, Accepted.

Ettinger, A.K., Buonaiuto, D.M., Chamberlain, C.J., Morales‐Castilla, I. and Wolkovich, E.M. (2021), Spatial and temporal shifts in photoperiod with climate change. New Phytologist, 230: 462-474. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.17172

Buonaiuto, D.M., Morales‐Castilla, I. and Wolkovich, E.M. (2021). Reconciling competing hypotheses regarding flower–leaf sequences in temperate forests for fundamental and global change biology. New Phytologist, 229: 1206-1214. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.16848

Ettinger, A.K, C.J Chamberlin, I. Morales-Castilla, D.M. Buonaiuto, D.F.B. Flynn, T. Savas, J.A. Samaha, E.M Wolkovich. (2020). Winter temperatures predominate in spring phenological responses to warming. Nature Climate Change. doi.org/10.1038/s41558-020-00917-3

Buonaiuto, D. (2017). Outcrossing and fecundity in the woodland sedge Carex pensylvanica: implications for ecological restoration. Native Plants Journal, 18:2, 106-112


In review:

Wolkovich E.M, C.J Chamberlain, D.M Buonaiuto, A.K Ettinger; I. Morales-Castilla. (2021) How interactive effects of temperature and photoperiod shape plant phenology responses to climate change. In review.