College of Agricultural Sciences Personnel Profile
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Patrick H Martin
Associate Professor
Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
College of Agricultural Sciences

Shepardson Building, Room 215
Phone:
970-491-7216
Education:
  • Ph D, Cornell University; Forest Ecology
  • MS, Yale University-School of Forestry/Environmental Studies; Forest Science
  • BS, St. Andrews University, Scotland; International Relations
  • MS, St. Andrews University, Scotland; International Relations

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Salley, Shawn W, Martin, Patrick H, Knapp, Alan Keith, Kelly, Eugene F, Soil Landscape Development in the Short-grass Steppe Ecosystem-Assessing the Vulnerability of Soils to Climate Change

Salley, Shawn W, Sleezer, Richard O, Bergstrom, Robert M, Martin, Patrick H, Kelly, Eugene F, (2016) A long-term analysis of the historical dry boundary for the Great Plains of North America: Implications of climatic variability and climatic change on temporal and spatial patterns in soil moisture Geoderma 274 104–113

Salley, Shawn W, Sleezer, Richard O, Bergstrom, Robert M, Martin, Patrick H, Kelly, Eugene F, (2016) A long-term analysis of the historical dry boundary for the Great Plains of North America: Implications of climatic variability and climatic change on temporal and spatial patterns in soil moisture Geoderma 274 104–113

Buechling, Arne, Martin, Patrick H, Canham, Charles D, Shepperd, Wayne D, Battaglia, Mike A, (2016) Climate drivers of seed production in Picea engelmannii and response to warming temperatures in the southern Rocky Mountains Journal of Ecology 104 4 1051–1062

Crausbay, Shelley Denise, Martin, Patrick H, (2016) Natural disturbance, vegetation patterns and ecological dynamics in tropical montane forests Journal of Tropical Ecology 32 5 384–403

Martin, Patrick H, Bellingham, Peter J, (2016) Towards integrated ecological research in tropical montane cloud forests Journal of Tropical Ecology 32 5 345–354

Crausbay, Shelley Denise, Martin, Patrick H, Kelly, Eugene F, (2015) Tropical montane vegetation dynamics near the upper cloud belt strongly associated with a shifting ITCZ and fire Journal of Ecology 103 4 891–903

Crausbay, Shelley Denise, Martin, Patrick H, Kelly, Eugene F, (2015) Tropical montane vegetation dynamics near the upper cloud belt strongly associated with a shifting ITCZ and fire Journal of Ecology 103 4 891–903

Martin, Patrick H, Fahey, Timothy J, (2014) Mesoclimatic patterns shape the striking vegetation mosaic in the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46 4 755–765

Gannon, Benjamin M, Martin, Patrick H, (2014) Reconstructing hurricane disturbance in a tropical montane forest landscape in the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic: implications for vegetation patterns and dynamics Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46 4 767–776

Sherman, Ruth E, Fahey, Timothy J, Martin, Patrick H, Battles, John J, (2012) Patterns of growth, recruitment, mortality and biomass across an altitudinal gradient in a neotropical montane forest, Dominican Republic Journal of Tropical Ecology 28 05 483–495

Laurance, William F, Useche, D Carolina, Shoo, Luke P, Herzog, Sebastian K, Kessler, Michael, Escobar, Federico, Brehm, Gunnar, Axmacher, Jan C, Chen, I-Ching, Gámez, Lucrecia Arellano, others, , (2011) Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota Biological Conservation 144 1 548–557

Martin, Patrick H, (2011) Vegetation zonation in a Neotropical montane forest: environment, disturbance and ecotones Biotropica 43 5 533–543

(2010) Dispersal and recruitment limitation in native versus exotic tree species Oikos 119 807-824

(2010) Divergence from the growth-survival trade-off and extreme high growth rates drive patterns of exotic tree invasions in closed-canopy forests Journal of Ecology 98 778-789

(2009) Why forests appear resistant to exotic plant invasions Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 142-149

(2008) Fire and vegetation dynamics in high-elevation Neotropical montane forests of the Dominican Republic Ambio 37 535-541

(2008) "Infectious Disease in Invasion Biology" Ecology of Infectious Diseases: Effects of Ecosystems on Disease and of Disease on Ecosystems (eds RS Ostfeld, F Keesing & VT Eviner) Princeton University Press 179-204

(2008) Neighbourhood models of the effects of the invasive Acer platanoides on tree seedling dynamics Journal of Ecolgy 96 78-90

(2007) Tropical montane forest ecotones: climate gradients, natural disturbance, and vegetation zonation in the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic Journal of Biogeography 34 1792-1806

Martin, Patrick H, Fahey, Timothy J, (2006) Fire history along environmental gradients in the subtropical pine forests of the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic Journal of Tropical Ecology 22 03 289–302

Martin, Patrick H, Marks, Peter L, (2006) Intact forests provide only weak resistance to a shade-tolerant invasive Norway maple (Acer platanoides L.) Journal of ecology 94 6 1070–1079

Sherman, Ruth E, Martin, Patrick H, Fahey, Timothy J, (2005) Vegetation-environment relationships in forest ecosystems of the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132 2 293–310

Martin, Patrick H, Sherman, Ruth E, Fahey, Timothy J, (2004) Forty years of tropical forest recovery from agriculture: structure and floristics of secondary and old-growth riparian forests in the Dominican Republic Biotropica 36 3 297–317

Martin, Patrick H, (1999) Norway maple (Acer platanoides) invasion of a natural forest stand: understory consequence and regeneration pattern Biological Invasions 1 215–222