Invasive Species


S. Brewer -photo

*Indicates student author

Brewer, J. S., M.J. Abbot*t, and S. Moyer*. 2015. Effects of oak-hickory woodland restoration treatments on native groundcover vegetation and the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum. Ecological Restoration 33:256-265.

Brewer J. S. and W. C. Bailey. 2014. Competitive effects of non-native plants are lowest in native plant communities that are most vulnerable to invasion. Plant Ecology 215:821-832.


Bertz, C.A.* and J.S. Brewer. 2013. Hurricane impacts on Florida rosemary across the eastern region of the Gulf Coast. Natural Areas Journal 33:163-170.


Brewer, J.S. 2011. Per capita community-level effects of an invasive grass, Microstegium vimineum, on vegetation in mesic forests in northern Mississippi (USA). Biological Invasions 13:701-715.

Brewer, J.S. 2010. A potential conflict between preserving regional plant diversity and biotic resistance to an invasive grass, Microstegium vimineum. Natural Areas Journal 30:279-293.

Brewer, J.S. 2008. Declines in plant species richness and endemic plant species in longleaf pine savannas invaded by Imperata cylindrica. Biological Invasions 10:1257-1264.

Surrette, S.B.* and J. S. Brewer. 2008. Inferring Relationships Between Native Plant Diversity and Lonicera japonica in Upland Hardwood and Hardwood-Pine Forests in North Mississippi, USA. Applied Vegetation Science 11:205-214.

Brewer, J. S. and Sean P. Cralle*, 2003. Phosphorus addition reduces invasion of a longleaf pine savanna (Southeastern USA) by a non-indigenous grass (Imperata cylindrica). Plant Ecology 167:237-245.

Brewer, J. S. 2002. Disturbances increase seedling emergence of an invasive native shrub in pitcher-plant bogs. Natural Areas Journal 22:4-10.