Presentations

Assessing post-fire oak and pine regeneration in Shenandoah National Park.  Contributed talk.  Ellen Frondorf (presenter), M. Fulton.  International Association for Vegetation Science, 61st Annual Symposium, Bozeman Montana, 26-July-2018.

Zooplankton and regimen dynamics in shallow Minnesota lakes: Are they related? Contributed talk. C. Kuettel (presenter), M. Hanson, B. Herwig, K. Zimmer, and M. Fulton. Minnesota Wildlife Society Meeting, Walker MN, February 2013. Also presented at the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, August 2013.

Characteristics of the thermal landscape for moose at Voyageurs National Park. Contributed talk. B. Olson (presenter), S. Windels, M. Fulton, R. Moen. Minnesota Wildlife Society Meeting, Walker MN, February 2013. Also presented at the annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, August 2013.

Predictability of fine-scale dynamics in a mixed forest stand: The effect of abundance measures. Poster. M.R. Fulton. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2012.

Physiological and environmental differences between the top and bottom of a Pinus strobus canopy during cold hardening. Poster. T.K. Little and Mark R. Fulton. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2012.

How much does the forest canopy control the understory? Poster. Mark Fulton (presenter), K.L. Amatangelo, D.A. Rogers, D. Waller. Western Great Lakes Research Conference, March 16-17, 2010.

Decoupling of overstory and understory dynamics in northern Wisconsin. Contributed talk. Mark Fulton (presenter), with: K. L. Amatangelo, D.A. Rogers, and D. Waller. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2009.

Uneven forest mesification along an edaphic gradient in northern Wisconsin. Contributed talk. With: K.L. Amatangelo (presenter), D.A. Rogers, and D. Waller. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2009.

Multivariate analysis of ecological change. Invited talk. Math and Statistics Department, Winona State University, Winona, MN. October 2008.

Dynamics of the forest. Invited talk. 2008 Tree Climbing Rendezvous, Norcross, Georgia, 25-29 September 2008.

Mantel tests are not the only way to examine relationships between dissimilarity matrices: a regression and cross-validation alternative. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 2008.

Hydraulic constraints on maximum height in Pinus strobus trees in northern Minnesota. With John Kamman (presenter), and Matthew Coyle. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 2008.

Monitoring the use of prescribed fire for oak savanna restoration at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge in central Minnesota. With Gary Swanson (presenter). Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 2008.

Hurricane effects on the understory light environment of three forest plots in east Texas. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, San Jose, California, August 2007.

Revenge of the Trickster: Unpredictability in Modern Science. Public lecture (sponsored by Bemidji State University Honors Program). Bemidji State University, January 31, 2007.

Mortality responses of trees to growth and size for two sites in southeast Texas. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Memphis, Tennessee, August 2006. (with P.A. Harcombe).

Interpreting Monitoring Data. Invited Talk. Workshop on Vegetation Monitoring for Land Managers (organized by Minnesota DNR). March 22-23, 2006, Concordia Language Villages, Bemidji, MN.

Predictability of vegetation dynamics: From quadrats to landscapes, from years to decades. ORGANIZED ORAL SESSION (OOS #51) at Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Montreal, Canada. August 2005.

It matters how you slice it: space and time axes in the analysis of forest stand dynamics. Talk at organized oral session. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Montreal, Canada. August 2005. (with P.A. Harcombe)

Fine-Scale Predictability of Forest Community Change: Varying the Spatial and Temporal Windows Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon. August 2004. (with P.A. Harcombe)

All models are wrong but some are useful: Ecological modeling in science and natural resource management. Invited talk. Center for Research and Innovation, Bemidji, MN. March 2004.

Concisely characterizing forest dynamics with change vectors. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Savannah, Georgia. August 2003. (with P.A. Harcombe)

Are growth, mortality, and recruitment predictable in forest community dynamics? Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin. 2001. (with P.A. Harcombe)

Spatial analysis of a Maple/Basswood plot: fine scale regularity and large scale clustering. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin. 2001. (with BSU undergraduate B. Arenz (presenter).

Fine-scale predictability of forest community dynamics. Talk. Third North American Forest Ecology Workshop. Duluth, Minnesota. 2001. (with P.A. Harcombe)

Size and growth rate as predictors of mortality in some East Texas trees. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, Utah. 2000. (with P.A. Harcombe).

Growth in high light vs. survival in low light as a key tradeoff that determines shade tolerance: A test in a mesic forest in southeast Texas. Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, Utah. 2000. (with P.A. Harcombe, R.W. Hall, Jie Lin (presenting))

Chance and fine-scale predictability in forest stand dynamics. Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD. 1998. (with P.A. Harcombe).

Simulation of red oak responses to ozone across a region. Invited talk. Southern Appalachian Mountains Initiative, Ozone Assessment Workshop, Asheville, NC. 1996.

The sensitivity of Quercus rubra to ozone: Simulation as a tool to scale from individual level experiments to regional responses. Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Providence, RI. 1996.

Spatial pattern of tree stems in three forests along a topographic moisture gradient in the Big Thicket. Talk. Big Thicket Science Conference, Beaumont, TX. 1996.

Life before self thinning; implications of the growth-survivorship equation. Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Knoxville, TN. 1994. (with Hsin-i Wu)

Dissection and growth analysis of a post oak savanna stand. Poster. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Knoxville, TN. 1994. (with S. Cowin)

Cluster-Phase dynamics in vegetation. Talk. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Madison, WI. 1993. (with E.J. Rykiel (presenter) & S.R. Archer)

Simulation of growth of trees in complex vegetation using a 3-dimensional model of light extinction. Poster. 8th Annual U.S. Landscape Ecology Symposium, Oak Ridge, TN. 1993. (with Hsin-i Wu & R.S. Stahl)

Simulation modelling of a boreal forest landscape: The effects of autogenic processes, site conditions and disturbance history. Talk. Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Eger, Hungary. 1991.

Efficient landscape-scale vegetation modelling. Talk. Cooperative Holocene Mapping (COHMAP) workshop, Sigtuna, Sweden. 1990.

Hierarchical structure of vegetation-environment relationships on islands in the Lower Wisconsin River. Poster. Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science, Vienna, Austria. 1988.

A forest simulation model based on size cohorts. Talk. Workshop on forest simulation modelling in Europe, Wageningen, The Netherlands. 1988.