* Indicates student author
Maynard, E.E.* and J.S. Brewer. Restoring warm-season grasses as a means of reversing mesophication of oak woodlands in northern Mississippi. Restoration Ecology, in press.
Cannon, J.B.* and J.S. Brewer. Effects of tornado damage, prescribed fire, and salvage logging on natural oak (Quercus spp.) regeneration in a xeric southern USA Coastal Plain oak-pine forest. Natural Areas Journal, in press.
Brewer, J.S., C.A. Bertz*, J.B. Cannon*, J.D. Chesser*, and E.E. Maynard*. 2012. Do natural disturbances or the forestry practices that follow them convert forests to early-successional communities. Ecological Applications 22:442-458.
Ryndock, J.A.*, G.E. Stratton, J.S. Brewer, and M.M. Holland. 2012. Differences in spider community composition among adjacent sites during initial stages of oak woodland restoration. Restoration Ecology 20:24-32.
Brewer, J.S. and T. Menzel. 2009. A method for evaluating outcomes of restoration when no reference sites exist. Restoration Ecology, in press.
Surrette, S.B.*, S.M. Aquilani*, and J.S. Brewer. 2008. Current and historical composition and size-structure of forests along an upland soil gradient in north Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 7:27-48.
Brewer, J. S. and C. H. Rogers*. 2006. Relationships between prescribed burning and wildfire occurrence and intensity in pine-hardwood forests in North Mississippi, USA . International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:203-211.
Brewer, J.S. 2005. The lack of favorable responses of an endangered pitcher plant to habitat restoration. Restoration Ecology 13:710-717.
Brewer, J. S. 2001. Current and presettlement tree species composition of some upland forests in northern Mississippi. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 128:332-349.
Little Tallahatchie Experimental Forest