Scientists & Staff
Paula E. Marquardt
Notes: This person is no longer an employee of the Northern Research Station.
Featured Publications & Products
- Marquardt, Paula E.; Miranda, Brian R.; Jennings, Shane ; Thurston, Ginger ; Telewski, Frank W. 2018. Variable climate response differentiates the growth of Sky Island Ponderosa Pines. Trees
- Marquardt, Paula E.; Miranda, Brian R.; Telewski, Frank W. 2019. Shifts in Climate-Growth Relationships of Sky Island Pines. Forests
- Marquardt, Paula E.; Epperson, Bryan K. 2004. Spatial and population genetic structure of microsatellites in white pine. Molecular Ecology. 13: 3305-3315.
- Marquardt, Paula E.; Echt, Craig S.; Epperson, Bryan K.; Pubanz, Dan M. 2007. Genetic structure, diversity, and inbreeding of eastern white pine under different management conditions. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 37: 2652-2662.
- Willyard, Ann; Gernandt, David S.; Potter, Kevin; Hipkins, Valerie; Marquardt, Paula E.; Mahalovich, Mary Frances; Langer, Stephen K.; Telewski, Frank W.; Cooper, Blake; Douglas, Connor; Finch, Kristen; Karemera, Hassani H.; Lefler, Julia; Lea, Payton; Wofford, Austin. 2016. Pinus ponderosa : A checkered past obscured four species. American Journal of Botany. 104 (1): 1-21.
- Riikonen, Johanna ; Kivimäenpää, Minna ; Ossipov, Vladimir ; Saunier, Amelie ; Marquardt, Paula. 2020. Metabolite Composition of Paper Birch Buds after Eleven Growing Seasons of Exposure to Elevated CO2 and O3. Forests
- Yi, Xueling ; Donner, Deahn M.; Marquardt, Paula E.; Palmer, Jonathan M.; Jusino, Michelle A.; Frair, Jacqueline ; Lindner, Daniel L.; Latch, Emily K. 2020. Major histocompatibility complex variation is similar in little brown bats before and after white‐nose syndrome outbreak. Ecology and Evolution
- Berkman, Leah K.; Frair, Jacqueline L.; Marquardt, Paula E.; Donner, Deahn M.; Kilgo, John C.; Whipps, Christopher M. 2019. Spatial genetic analysis of coyotes in New York State. Wildlife Society Bulletin
Publications & Products
- Lund, Joanne; Marquardt, Paula; Mattson, William Jr. 2010. Analyzing the movement of an invasive weevil (Polydrusus sericeus) using stable Isotopes. In: 95th Ecological Society of America annual meeting; 2010 Aug 1-6; Pittsburgh, PA. Abstract.
- Minocha, R.; Long, S.; Minocha, S.; Marquardt, P; Kubiske, M. 2010. Effects of long-term (10 years) exposure to elevated CO2 and O3 on trembling Aspen carbon and nitrogen metabolism at the aspen FACE (Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment) study site [Abstract]. In: 95th Ecological Society of America annual meeting; 2010 August 1-6; Pittsburg, PA. Abstract.
- Minocha, Rakesh; Long, Stephanie; Minocha, Subhash; Marquardt, Paula; Nelson, Neil; Kubiske, Mark. 2010. Effects of long-term (10 years) exposure to elevated CO2 and O3 on trembling Aspen carbon and nitrogen metabolism at the aspen FACE (Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment) study site. In: Joint annual meetings of the American Society of Plant Biologists and the Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists; 2010 July 31- Aug 4; Montreal, Canada: Plant Biology 377. Poster Abstract.
- Kubiske, M. E.; Quinn, V. S.; Marquardt, P. E.; Karnosky, D. F. 2007. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and/or O3 on intra- and interspecific competitive ability of aspen. Plant Biology 9:342-355
- Kubiske, Mark E.; Quinn, Vanessa A.; Heilman, Warren E.; McDonald, Evan P.; Marquardt, Paula E.; Teclaw, Ron M.; Friend, Alexander L.; Karnosky, David F. 2006. Interannual climatic variation mediates elevated CO2 and O3 effects on forest growth. Global Change Biology
- Echt, C.S.; Vendramin, G.G.; Nelson, C. D.; Marquardt, Paula E. 1999. Microsatellite DNA as shared genetic markers among conifer species. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 29: 365-371. (1999)
- Echt, Craig S.; Vendramin, G.G.; Nelson, C.D.; Marquardt, P. 1999. Microsatellite DNA as shared genetic markers among conifer species. Can. J. For. Res., Vol. 365-371
- Echt, C. S.; May-Marquardt, P. 1997. Survey of microsatellite DNA in pine. Genome 40(1):9-17
- Echt, C. S.; May-Marquardt, P.; Hseih, M.; Zahorchak, R. 1996. Characterization of microsatellite markers in eastern white pine. Genome 39:1102-1108
- Donahue, Raymond A.; Davis, Tim D.; Michler, Charles H.; Riemenschneider, Don E.; Carter, Doug R.; Marquardt, Paula E.; Sankhla , Daksha; Sankhla , Narendra; Haissig, Bruce E.; Isebrands, J. G. 1994. Growth, photosynthesis, and herbicide tolerance of genetically modified hybrid poplar. Can. J. For. Res. Vol. 24 no. 1.:p. 2378-2383. (1994)
- Minocha, Rakesh; Long, Stephanie; Minocha, Subhash C.; Marquardt, Paula E. 2020. Data on the effects of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on carbon and nitrogen metabolism in the foliage and sapwood of trembling aspen, paper birch, and sugar maple at the Aspen FACE (Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment) study site. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2020-0033.
National Research Highlights
Coyotes are widely distributed, highly mobile predators that exhibit regional differences in habitat affinities, prey specialization, social aggregation, and movement patterns. Reasons for this regional variability are not easily explained given that coyotes are habitat generalists. Forest Service scientists worked with research partners to identify the contact zone of two colonizing fronts in New York, using genetic techniques to better understand reported differences in coyote ecology across the state. Coyotes in rugged forested regions were found to be genetically different from coyotes in the hilly, mixed agricultural-forest areas of the state. Including spatial data allowed scientists to differentiate coyote lineages that could not be identified through other means.