Just starting. Local climate trends and their effect on soil communities.
2008 - present.The use of milfoil weevils as a biocontrol for Eurasian watermilfoil in Candlewood Lake.
2009 - present. Islands in Candlewood Lake as control sites free of invasive earthworms.
2006 - present. The use of graveyard data to examine patterns in historical human mortality along a rural-urban continuum in CT and NY
1997 - 2005. Study of the effect of historical stone walls on the ecology of organisms in the forest floor of Connecticut. Western Connecticut State University.
1995 - 2001. Study of the dynamics of litter decomposition across
succession in floodplain and upland landscapes of the taiga. Part of Bonanza
Creek Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) program. University of Alaska
Peer Reviewed Publications
Wagener, S.M., S.E. Slemmer, and B. Ostrander. 2007. Decomposition of American chestnut leaves. Journal of the American Chestnut Foundation 21(2):39-43.
Wagener, S.M., M.W. Oswood, and J.P. Schimel. 1998. Rivers and soils: Parallels in carbon and nutrient processing. Bioscience 48(2):104-108.
Wagener, S.M., and J.P. Schimel. 1998. Stratification of ecological processes: a study of the birch forest floor in the Alaskan taiga. Oikos 81(1):63-74.
Wagener, S.M., and J.D. LaPerriere. 1985. Effects of placer mining on
the invertebrate communities of interior Alaska streams. Freshwater Invertebrate
|Wagener, Stephen M., and Joshua P. Schimel. The production of greenhouse gases in academic seminars. Appearing in the First International Virtual Conference on Mad Science.|