Brodeur-Campbell, S., D. Flaspohler, C. Webster, and A. Storer. Compositional erosion and ecological consequence models: exotic pests and pathogen impacts on host tree species. In review: Journal of Forestry.
Manarolla, M., and D. Flaspohler. Scale-dependent response by breeding birds to residential development along the Lake Superior shoreline. In review: Journal of Great Lakes Research.
Rosemier, J., D. Flaspohler, and A. Storer. 2006. Island-specific ecological release of small mammals in Lake Michigan and potential consequences for ground-nesting birds. George Wright Forum 23:24-32. (Download PDF)
Snively, M. and D. Flaspohler. 2006. A Comparative Study of Cadmium and Copper in Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) in regions with and without historic mining. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 65:165-170. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J., and C. Meine. 2006. Planning for Wildness: Aldo Leopold’s Report on Huron Mountain Club. Journal of Forestry 104:32-42. (Download PDF)
VanDusen, P., C.J.F. Huckins and D.J. Flaspohler. 2005. Associations among selection logging history, brook trout, macroinvertebrates and habitat in Northern Michigan headwater streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:762-774. (Download PDF)
Bub, B.R., D.J. Flaspohler, and C. J. F. Huckins. 2004. Riparian and upland breeding-bird assemblages along headwater streams in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:383-392. (Download PDF)
Martinson, T. J., and D. J. Flaspohler. 2003. Winter bird feeding and localized predation on simulated bark-dwelling arthropods. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:510-516. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J., C. J. F. Huckins, P. J. Van Dusen, and B. R. Bub.2002. Temporal patterns in aquatic and avian communities following selective logging. Forest Science 48:339-349. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J. 2001. The effects of forest edges and fragmentation on birds: A Wisconsin perspective. Passenger Pigeon 63:5-14. (invited paper) (Link)
Flaspohler, D.J., S. A. Temple, and R. Rosenfield. 2001. Species-specific edge effects on nest success and breeding bird density in a forested landscape. Ecological Applications 11:32- 46 (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J., S. A. Temple, and R. Rosenfield. 2001. The effects of forest edges on Ovenbird demography in a managed forest landscape. Conservation Biology 15:173-183. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J., B. R. Bub, and B. A. Kaplin. 2000. The application of conservation biology research to management. Conservation Biology 14:1898-1902. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J., S. A. Temple, and R. Rosenfield. 2000. The relationship between nest success and concealment in two ground-nesting passerines. The Journal of Field Ornithology 71:736-747. (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D.J. 1998. A technique for sampling flying insects, with data on associated Neotropical Flycatchers Journal of Field Ornithology 69:201-208. (Download PDF)
Temple, S.A. and D. Flaspohler. 1998. The edge of the cut: implications for local and regional wildlife populations. Journal of Forestry (Download PDF)
Flaspohler, D. and S. Temple. 1998. Edge-sensitive species and early successional species are not the same issues. Journal of Forestry.
Flaspohler, DJ. 1996 Nesting success of the prothonotary warbler in the upper Mississippi River bottomlands. Wilson Bulletin 108:457-466. (Download PDF)