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Siegert CM, Ilek A, Wade A, Schweitzer C. In Review. Changes in bark properties and hydrology following prescribed fire. Hydrological Processes

Siegert CM, Renninger H, Hornslein N, Dash P, Riggins J, Clay N. In Review. Changes in forest hydrology and soil biogeochemistry following a simulated tree mortality event of southern pine beetle. Forest Science.

Beam CL, Siegert CM, Granger JJ, Iglay R. 2022. Evaluation of landowner accessible control methods for japanese stilt grass (Microstegium vimineum). Willis JL, Self AB, Siegert CM, Eds. 2022. Proceedings of the 21st Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-268. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 262 p.

Hale CW, Granger JJ, Siegert CM, Correa SB, DuBien JL, Goldsmith CD, Kruckeberg W. 2022. Microsite habitat, species association, and habitat suitability model of a globally imperiled shrub. Natural Areas Journal 42: 206-217.

Babl-Plauche E, Alexander HD, Siegert CM, Willis JL, Berry AI. 2022. Mesophication of upland oak forests: Implications of species-specific differences in leaf litter decomposition rates and fuelbed composition. Forest Ecology and Management 512: 120141.

Hale CW, Granger JJ, Correa SB, DuBien JL, Siegert CM. 2022. Atlantic white-cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides [L.] B.S.P.) response post-hurricane disturbance. Forest Science 68: 270-282.

Kyaw TK, Siegert CM, Dash P, Poudel KP, Pitts JJ, Renninger HJ. 2022. Using hyperspectral leaf reflectance to estimate photosynthetic capacity and nitrogen content across eastern cottonwood and hybrid poplar taxa. PLOS One 17: e0264780.

Alexander HD, Siegert CM, Brewer JS, Kreye J, Lashley MA, McDaniel JK, Paulson AK, Renninger HJ, Varner JM. 2021. Mesophication of oak landscapes: evidence, knowledge gaps, and future research. BioScience 71:531-542.

Clay NA, Siegert C, Tang JD, Little NS, Eckhardt LG, Riggins JJ. 2021. Termite presence and feeding on loblolly pine wood differs among four root-infecting bluestain (ophiostomatoid) fungal species. Environmental Entomology 50: 1118-1126.

Dowtin AL, Siegert CM, Levia DF. 2021. Comparisons of flux-based stemflow enrichment ratios for two Quercus spp. within the megalopolis of the eastern USA. Urban Ecosystems 24: 675-690.

Ilek A, Siegert CM, Wade A. 2021. Hygroscopic contributions to bark water storage and controls exerted by internal bark structure over water vapor absorption. Trees 35: 831-843.

McDaniel JK, Alexander HD, Siegert CM, Lashley MA. 2021. Shifting tree species composition of upland oak forests alters leaf litter structure, moisture, and flammability. Forest Ecology and Management 482: 118860.

Ni X, Parajuli PB, Ouyang Y, Dash P, Siegert C. 2021. Assessing land use change impact on stream discharge and stream water quality in an agricultural watershed. Catena 198: 105055.

Siegert CM, Suriano ZJ, Leather DJ, Gold AJ, Addy K, Schroth AW, Seybold E, Inamdar S, Levia DF. 2021. Effects of atmospheric circulation on stream chemistry in forested watersheds across the northeastern United States: Part 1. Synoptic-scale forcing. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126: e2021JD034546.

Suriano ZJ, Siegert CM, Leather DJ, Gold AJ, Addy K, Schroth AW, Seybold E, Inamdar S, Levia DF. 2021. Effects of atmospheric circulation on stream chemistry in forested watersheds across the northeastern United States: Part 2. Interannual weather type variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126: e2021JD034546.

Babl E, Alexander HD, Siegert CM, Willis JL. 2020. Could canopy, bark, and leaf litter traits of encroaching non-oak species influence future flammability of upland oak forests? Forest Ecology and Management 458: 117731.

Linhoss AC, Siegert CM. 2020. Calibration reveals limitations in modeling rainfall interception at the storm scale. Journal of Hydrology 54: 124624.

Limpert KE, Siegert CM. 2019. Interspecific differences in canopy-derived carbon and nitrogen in an upland oak-hickory forest. Forests 10: 1121.

Hornslein NJ, Siegert CM, Renninger HJ. 2019. Changes in physiological functioning in loblolly pine trees undergoing bark beetle simulated mortality. Forest Science 65: 312-323.


Hornslein NJ, Siegert CM, Renninger HJ. 2019. Physiological response of mid-canopy sweetgum trees to overstory loblolly pine mortality. Trees 33: 139-151. DOI: 10.1007/s00468-018-1764-2


Siegert CM, Drotar NA, Alexander HD. 2019. Spatial and temporal variability of throughfall among oak and co-occurring non-oak tree species in an upland hardwood forest. Geosciences 9: 405.

Karwan DL, Pizzuto JE, Aalto R, Marquard J, Harpold A, Skalak K, Bentham A, Levia DF, Siegert CM, Aufdenkampe A. 2018. Direct channel precipitation and storm characteristics influence short-term fallout radionuclide assessment of sediment sources. Water Resources Research 54: 4579-4594.

Siegert CM, Clay NA, Tang JD, Garrigues LG, Riggins JJ. 2018. Indirect effects of bark beetle-generated dead wood on biogeochemical and decomposition processes in a pine forest. Oecologia 188: 1209-1226.

Siegert CM, Renninger HJ, Karunarathna AAS, Riggins JJ, Clay NA, Tang JD, Hornslein N, Chaney BL. 2018. Biogeochemical hotspots around bark-beetle killed trees. In Kirschman, Julia E., comp. 2018. Proceedings of the 19th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. e-Gen. Technical Report SRS-234. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 444 p.


Siegert CM, Leathers DJ, Levia DF. 2017. Synoptic typing: interdisciplinary application methods with three practical hydroclimatological examples. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 128: 603-621. DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1700-y


Siegert CM, Levia DF, Leathers DJ, Van Stan JT, Mitchell MJ. 2017. Do storm synoptic patterns affect biogeochemical fluxes from temperate deciduous forest canopies? Biogeochemistry 132: 273-292. DOI: 10.1007/s10533-017-0300-6

Karwan DL, Siegert CM, Levia DF, Pizzuto J, Marquard J, Aalto R, Aufdenkampe AK. 2016. Beryllium‐7 wet deposition variation with storm height, synoptic classification, and tree canopy state in the mid‐Atlantic USA. Hydrological Processes 30: 75-89. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10571


Linhoss AC, Siegert CM. 2016. A comparison of five forest interception models using global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis. Journal of Hydrology 538: 109-116. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.04.011


Siegert CM, Levia DF, Hudson SA, Dowtin AL, Zhang F, Mitchell MJ. 2016. Small-scale topographic variability influences tree species distribution and canopy throughfall partitioning in a temperate deciduous forest. Forest Ecology and Management 359: 109-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2015.09.028


​Siegert CM, Limpert KE, Karunarathna AAS. 2016. Interspecific ecological and meteorological controls on forest canopy-derived hydrology and biogeochemistry in the southeastern United States. Proceedings of the 2016 Mississippi Water Resources Conference. Jackson, MS.

​​​Siegert CM, Levia DF. 2014. Seasonal and meteorological effects on differential stemflow funneling ratios for two deciduous tree species. Journal of Hydrology 519: 446-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.hydrol.2014.07.038


Levia DF, Van Stan JT, Siegert CM, Inamdar SP, Mitchell MJ, Mage SM, McHale PJ. 2011. Atmospheric deposition and corresponding variability of stemflow chemistry across temporal scales in a mid-Atlantic broadleaved deciduous forest. Atmospheric Environment 45: 3046-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.03.022


Siegert CM, Levia DF. 2011. Stomatal conductance and transpiration of co-occurring seedlings with varying shade tolerance. Trees: Structure and Function 25: 1091-102. DOI: 10.1007/s00468-011-0584-4


Van Stan JT, Siegert CM, Levia DF, Scheick CE. 2011. Effects of wind-driven rainfall on stemflow generation between codominant tree species with differing crown characteristics. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151: 1277-86. DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2011.05.008

Book Chapters

Siegert, CM. 2012. Delaware. In K.K. White and L.A. Duram (Eds.), America Goes Green [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Eco-friendly Culture in the United States. Santa Barbara, ABC-Clio, 1237 p.

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