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Meet the UMCA Faculty and Staff

Shibu Jose

Shibu Jose, Ph.D.


H.E. Garrett Endowed Professor and Director, The Center for Agroforestry
Department of Forestry

203 ABNR, Forestry
Columbia, MO 65211
(573) 882-0240
joses@missouri.edu

Dr. Jose received his B.S. in forestry from Kerala Agricultural University, India, and his M.S. and Ph.D. in forest science from Purdue University. He is Editor-In-Chief of Agroforestry Systems; Associate Editor, International Journal of Ecology; and Associate Editor, Journal of Forestry. He recently served as a Fulbright Scholar (J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board and the U.S. Department of State), lecturing and conducting research in Bangladesh. Dr. Jose’s research program has the overarching goal of identifying and quantifying key ecological processes and interactions that define ecological sustainability. He examines how resource availability (light, water, nutrients, carbon) and disturbances (e.g. management interventions, fire, exotic invasions) influence ecosystem structure and function in agroforests, natural forests and plantation forests. He uses the ecological information in designing agroforestry systems and restoring degraded and damaged ecosystems. Over the past 20 years Dr. Jose and his research team have conducted studies in the U.S., Australia, Costa Rica, Belize, Bangladesh and India.

Publications

Books, Editor

  • Jose, S., and Bhaskar, T. (eds.) (2013). Biomass and Biofuels. CRC Press Boca Raton, FL (in press)
  • Jose, S., Singh, H., Kohli, R., and Batish, D. (eds.) 2013. Invasive Plant Ecology. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 282p.
  • Jose, S. (ed.). 2009. Agroforestry for Ecosystem Services and Environmental Benefits. Springer Science, The Netherlands. 266p.
  • Jose, S. (ed.). 2009. Agroforestry for Commodity Production: Ecological and Social Dimensions. Springer Science, The Netherlands. 250p.
  • Jose, S., and Gordon, A.M. (eds.). 2008. Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach. Springer Science, The Netherlands. 312p.
  • Kohli, R., Jose, S., Batish, D. and Singh. H. (eds.) 2008. Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC/Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL. 432p.
  • Batish, D., Kohli, R., Jose, S., and Singh. H. (eds.) 2007. Ecological Basis of Agroforestry. CRC/Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL . 382p.
  • Jose, S., Jokela, E.J., and Miller, D.L (eds.). 2006. The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem: Ecology, Silviculture, and Restoration. Springer Science, New York. 438p. (second print edition published in June 2007)

Books, Contributor of Chapters

  • Jose, S. 2013. The longleaf pine landscape: A fresh perspective. Foreword In Latham, D. Painting the Landscape With Fire. University of South Carolina Press.
  • Holzmueller E.*, and Jose, S. 2013. Invasion success: Exploring the mechanisms. In Jose, S., Singh, H., Kohli, R., and Batish, D. (eds.) Invasive Plant Ecology. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Hagan, D.* and Jose, S. 2013. Mycorrhizae and invasive alien plants. In Jose, S., Singh, H., Kohli, R., and Batish, D. (eds.) Invasive Plant Ecology. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Jose, S., Kohli, R., Batish, D. Singh. Bardhan S.* 2013. Invasive plant ecology: The horse behind the cart? In Jose, S., Singh, H., Kohli, R., and Batish, D. (eds.), Invasive Plant Ecology. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Jose, S. and Gold, M.A. 2012. Agroforestry. In Rowe, D. (Ed.) Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles, and Practices. Macmillan Reference, MI, USA
  • Jose, S., Gold, M.A., and Garrett, H.E. 2012. The future of temperate agroforestry in the United States. In Garrity D. and Nair, P.K.R. (eds.). Agroforestry: The Way Forward, Springer Science, The Netherlands (in press)
  • Udawatta, R.P. and Jose, S. 2011. Carbon sequestration potential of North American agroforestry practices. In Kumar B., and Nair P.K.R. (eds.). Carbon Sequestration Potential of Agroforestry Systems: Opportunities and Challenges. Springer Science, The Netherlands.
  • Jose, S. 2009. Agroforestry for ecosystem services and environmental benefits: An overview. In Jose, S. (ed.). Agroforestry for Ecosystem Services and Environmental Benefits. Springer Science, The Netherlands.
  • Zamora, D.*, S. Jose, J.W. Jones, and W.P. Cropper. 2009. Modeling cotton production in a pecan alleycropping system using CROPGRO. In Jose S. (ed.). Agroforestry for Ecosystem Services and Environmental Benefits. Springer Science, The Netherlands.
  • Hagan D.*, Jose S., Thetford, M., and Bohn, K. 2009. Production physiology of three native shrubs interplanted in a young longleaf pine plantation. In Jose S. (ed.). Agroforestry for Ecosystem Services and Environmental Benefits. Springer Science, The Netherlands.
  • Jose, S., Holzmueller, E.J.*, and Gillespie, A.R. 2009. Tree-crop interactions in temperate agroforestry. In Garrett, H.E. (ed.). North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice. 2nd Edition. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, Wis. Chapter 4. (invited).
  • Jose, S. and Gordon, A.M. 2008. Ecological knowledge and agroforestry design: An introduction. Pp. 3-9. In Jose, S., and Gordon, A.M. (eds.). Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach. Springer Science.
  • Zamora, D.S.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R., Jones, J.W., Brecke, B.J., and Ramsey, C.L. 2008. Interspecific competition in a pecan-cotton alleycropping system in the southern United States: is light the limiting factor? Pp. 81-95. In Jose, S., and Gordon, A.M. (eds.). Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach. Springer Science.
  • Gordon A.M., and Jose, S. 2008. Applying ecological knowledge to agroforestry design: A synthesis. Pp. 303-309. In Jose, S., and Gordon, A.M. (eds.). Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach. Springer Science.
  • Jose, S., Kohli, R., Batish, D. Singh. H., Pieterson, E. C.* 2008. Invasive plants: A threat to the integrity and sustainability of forest ecosystems. In Kohli et al. (eds.). Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press
  • Collins, A.R.*, and Jose, S. 2008. Imperata cylindrica, an exotic invasive grass, changes soil chemical properties of forest ecosystems in the southeastern United States. In Kohli et al. (eds.). Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press (invited)
  • Daneshgar, P.* and Jose, S. 2008. Mechanisms of invasion: A review. In Kohli et al. (eds.). Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press (invited)
  • Webster, C.R., Jenkins, M.A., Jose, S., and Nagel, L.M. 2008. Exotic herb layers as ecological filters in forest understories. In Wilcox C. and Turpin R. (eds.). Invasive Species: Detection, Impact and Control. Nova Science Publishers, New York. (invited)
  • Freeman, J.*, Albritton, R., Jose, S. and Alavalapati, J. 2008. The economics, law, and policy of invasive species management in the United States: responding to a growing crisis. In Kohli et al. (eds.). Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press (invited)
  • Jose, S. and Holzmueller, E.J.* 2007. Black walnut allelopathy: Implications for intercropping. In Zeng, R. Mallik A. S. Luo (ed). Pp. 305-321. Allelopathy in Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry. Springer-Verlag (invited)
  • Kohli, R., Batish, D. Singh. H. and Jose, S. 2007. Ecological interactions in agroforestry: an overview. Pp. 3-14. Batish D., Kohli, R., Jose, S. and Singh H. (eds.). Ecological Basis of Agroforestry. CRC Press.
  • Jose S., Allen S.*, and Nair P.K.R. 2007. Ecological interactions: Lessons from temperate alley cropping systems. Pp. 15-36. In Batish D., Kohli, R., Jose, S. and Singh H. (eds.). Ecological Basis of Agroforestry. CRC/Taylor and Francis. (invited)
  • Jose, S., Jokela, E.J., and Miller, D.L. 2006. The longleaf pine ecosystem: An overview. Pp. 3-8. In Jose, S., Jokela, E.J., and Miller, D.L (eds.). Longleaf Pine Ecosystems: Ecology, Management, and Restoration. Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • Ranasinghe S.*, Jose, S., and Ramsey C.R.* 2005. Understory species dynamics following herbicidal release treatments on a longleaf pine site in southern U.S.A. pp. 145-161 In Burk A.R. (ed.), New Research on Forest Ecosystems. Nova Science Publishers, New York. (invited)
  • Nair, P.K.R., Bannister, M.E., Nair, V.D., Alavalapati, J.R.R., Ellis, E., Jose, S., and Long A.J. 2004. Silvopasture in southeastern United States: More than just a new name for an old practice. pp. 72-82 In Mosquera-Losada, M.R., McAdam, J., and Riguero-Rodriguez, A. (eds.), Silvopastoralism and Sustainable Land Management. CAB International, Wallingford, U. K., (invited)
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., and Pallardy S.G. 2004. Interspecific interactions in temperate agroforestry. In New Vistas in Agroforestry. Nair, P.K.R., Rao. M.R., and Buck, L.E. (ed.), Kulwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (invited)
  • Jose S. 2002. History of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. Pp. 437-441. In Dictionary of American History. 3rd Edition (10 volumes). Kutler S.I. (ed). Charles Scribner’s Sons, Imprint of Gale-Thompson, New York. (invited)
  • Jose S. 2002. Black walnut allelopathy: Current State of the Science. Pp. 149-172. In Chemical Ecology of Plants: Allelopathy in Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Inderjit, S. and Mallik A. (eds). Birkhauser-Verlag, Switzerland. (invited)
  • Jose S. 2001. Ecological dynamics along edge-to-interior gradients in a high altitude tropical forest. Pp. 16-21. In Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human Welfare. Ganeshiah K.N., Shaankar U. and Bawa K. S. (eds). Oxford & IBH Publishers, New Delhi, India.
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1996. Synergistic and competitive interactions in alley cropping: Lessons from temperate systems involving fine hardwoods and corn. Pp. 147-150. In Agroforestry and Environment. Kohli, R.K., and Arya, K.S. (eds). HKT Publications, Chandigarh, India.

Special/Thematic Issues of Journals

  • Jose, S. (ed.) 2012. Agroforestry for Biomass Production and Carbon Sequestration. Agroforestry Systems 86: 105-297
  • Jose, S. (ed.) 2012. Invasive Plants Impacting Forest Ecosystems. Forests 3:190-863
  • Jose, S. (ed.) 2012. Agroforestry for Conserving and Enhancing Biodiversity. Agroforestry Systems 85:1-203
  • Jose, S. (ed.) 2011. Managing Native and Non-Native Plants in Agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 83:101-266

Journal Articles

  • Udawatta, R.P., Nelson, K., Jose, S., and Motavalli, P. 2013. Temporal and spatial yield differences in a silver maple alley cropping system. Agronomy Journal (in press)
  • Sharma, A.*, Bohn, K., Jose, S., Cropper W. 2013. Converting even-aged stands to uneven-aged stands: A simulation analysis of silvicultural regimes. Forest Science (provisionally accepted)
  • Bunyan, M.,* Bardhan, S.* Aditya, S., and Jose, S. 2013. Effect of topography on the distribution of tropical montane forest fragments: A predictive modeling approach. Journal of Tropical Forest Science (in press)
  • Sharma, A.*, Bohn, K., Jose, S., Miller, D.L. 2013. Seed bank dynamics along a restoration gradient in pine flatwoods ecosystems of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Florida.
  • Bardhan, S.*, Jose, S. Udawatta, R. Fritschi, F. 2013. Microbial community diversity in a 21-year-old temperate alley cropping system. Agroforestry Systems 87:1031–1041
  • Motavalli, P., Nelson, K., Udawatta, R., Jose, S. and Bardhan, S.* 2013. Global achievements on sustainable land management. International Soil and Water Conservation Research Journal 1:1-10 (invited)
  • Kukrety, S.*, Jose, S. and Alavalapati, J.R.R. 2013. Exploring stakeholders’ perceptions with Analytic Hierarchy Process – A Case study of Red Sanders (Pterocarpus santalinus L.) restoration in India. Restoration Ecology 21: 777–784
  • Morgan, M.* and Jose, S. 2013. Increasing seed germination of Bursera graveolens, a promising tree for the restoration of tropical dry forests. Tree Planters’ Notes 56:74-83
  • Kukrety, S.*, Dwivedi, P., Jose, S. and Alavalapati, J.R.R. 2013. Stakeholders' perceptions on developing sustainable Red Sanders (Pterocarpus santalinus L.) wood trade in Andhra Pradesh, India. Forest Policy and Economics 26:43-53
  • Hagan, D.*, Jose, S., Bohn, K., and Escobedo, F. 2013. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) invasion and eradication: implications for soil nutrient dynamics in a longleaf pine sandhill ecosystem. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6:433-443
  • Hagan, D.*, Jose, S., and Lin C.H. 2013. Novel rhizosphere chemistry of cogongrass: implications for the performance of native pine savanna species in the Southeastern US. Journal of Chemical Ecology (Cover article) 39:312-322
  • Henderson D.* and Jose, S. 2013. Nutrient use efficiency of three fast growing hardwood species across a resource gradient. Open Journal of Forestry 2:187-199
  • Kukrety, S.*, Gezan, S., Jose, S. and Alavalapati, J.R.R. 2013. Facilitating establishment of advance regeneration of Pterocarpus santalinus L.-An endangered tree species from India. Restoration Ecology 21:372-379
  • Stehn, S., Jenkins, M.A., Webster C., Jose, S. 2013. Regeneration responses to exogenous disturbance gradients in southern Appalachian Picea-Abies forests. Forest Ecology and Management 289:98-105 83:101-266
  • Gold, M.A., and Jose, S. 2012. Developing an online certificate and masters degree program in agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 86:379-385
  • Ramsey, C.,* Jose, S. and Zamora D.* 2012. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) control with imazapyr and glyphosate combined with and without four adjuvants. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 36:204-210
  • McCaskill, G.*, and Jose, S. 2012. The ecological classification of coastal wet longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) of Florida from reference conditions. American Journal of Plant Sciences 3: 1205-1218
  • Udawatta, R. and Jose, S. 2012. Agroforestry strategies to sequester carbon in temperate North America. Agroforestry Systems 86:225-242.
  • Bunyan, M.,* Bardhan, S.* and Jose, S. 2012. The montane temperate forest-grassland mosaic of the Western Ghats. American Journal of Plant Sciences 3:1632-1639
  • Holzmueller E.* and Jose, S. 2012. Response of Imperata cylindrica, an invasive grass, to disturbance in the southeastern forests, USA. Forests 3: 853-863.
  • Tamang, B., Andreu, M.G., Staudhammer, C.L., Rockwood, D.L., and Jose, S. 2012. Equations for estimating aboveground biomass of cadaghi (Corymbia torelliana) trees in farm windbreaks. Agroforestry Systems 86:255-266.
  • Bardhan, S.*, and Jose, S. 2012. The potential for floodplains to sustain biomass feedstock production systems. Biofuels 3:575-588 (invited review)
  • Senaviratne, A., Udawatta, R., Nelson, K., K. Shannon, Jose, S. 2012. Temporal and spatial influence of perennial upland buffers on corn and soybean yields. Agronomy Journal 104:1356-1362.
  • Fletcher, E.H., Thetford, M., Sharma, J., Jose, S. 2012. Effect of root competition and shade on survival and growth of nine woody plant taxa within a Pecan (Carya illinoinensis K. Koch.) alley cropping system. Agroforestry Systems 86:49-60.
  • Sharma, A.*, Jose, S., Bohn, K. and Andreu, M. 2012. Effects of reproduction methods and overstory species composition on understory light availability in longleaf pine - slash pine ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management 284:23-33
  • Bardhan, S.*, Jose, S., Jenkins, M.A., Webster, C., Udawatta, R. and Stehn, S. 2012. Microbial community diversity and composition across a gradient of soil acidity in spruce-fir forests of the southern Appalachian Mountains. Applied Soil Ecology 61:60-68
  • Holzmueller E.J.* and Jose, S. 2012. Bioenergy crops in agroforestry systems: Potential for the U.S. North Central Region. Agroforestry Systems 85:305-314
  • Bunyan, M.*, Jose, S., and Fletcher, R. 2012. Edge effects in small forest fragments: Why more is better? American Journal of Plant Sciences 3:869-878
  • Bardhan, S.*, Jose, S., Biswas, S. and Kabir K. 2012. Homegarden agroforests as intermediary for biodiversity conservation in Bangladesh. Agroforestry Systems 85:29-34
  • Jose, S. 2012. Agroforestry for conserving and enhancing biodiversity. Agroforestry Systems 85:1-8
  • Tamang, B., Andreu, M.G., Staudhammer, C.L., Rockwood, D.L., and Jose, S. 2011. Towards an empirical relationship between root length density and root number in windbreak-grown cadaghi (Corymbia torelliana) trees. Plant Root 5:40-45
  • Jose, S. 2011. Managing native and non-native plant species in agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 83: 101-105
  • Celis, G.* and Jose, S. 2011. Restoring abandoned pastures with native trees in Costa Rica: Interactive effects of light and competition from exotic grasses. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1598-1604
  • Stehn, S., Webster, C., Jenkins, M.A., and Jose, S. 2011. High-elevation ground-layer plant community composition across environmental gradients in spruce-fir forests. Ecological Research 26:1089-1101
  • Hall, J.S., Garen, E. Ashton, M. and Jose, S. 2011. The ecology and ecosystem services of native trees: Implications for reforestation and land restoration in Mesoamerica. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1553-1557
  • Holzmueller, E.J.*, and Jose, S. 2011. Invasion success of cogongrass, an alien C4 perennial grass, in the southeastern United States: Exploration of the ecological basis. Biological Invasions 13: 435-442
  • Shields, J.*, Jose, S., Bunyan, M.*, Freeman, J.E.*, Celis, G., Hagan, D.*, Morgan, M.*, Zak, J.* 2011. Impact of laurel wilt on redbay (Persea borbonia (L.) Spreng.) in a mixed evergreen-deciduous forest in northern Florida. Journal of Forestry 109: 82-88
  • Hagan D.*, and Jose, S. 2011. Interspecific competition enhances nitrogen fixation in an actinorhizal shrub. Plant Ecology 212:63–68.
  • Hagan, S. Jose, M. Thetford, and K Bohn. 2010. Partitioning of applied 15N fertilizer in a longleaf pine and native woody ornamental intercropping system. Agroforestry Systems 79: 47-57.
  • Henderson D.E. and S. Jose. 2010. Biomass production potential of three short rotation woody crop species under varying nitrogen and water availability. Agroforestry Systems 80:259-273.
  • Holzmueller, E.J., and S. Jose. 2010. Response of Cogon grass (Imperata cylindrica) to imaza pyr herbicides on a reclaimed phosphate-mine site in central Florida, USA. Ecological Restoration 28:300-303.
  • Holzmueller, E.J., S. Jose, and M.A. Jenkins. 2010. Ecological consequences of an exotic fungal disease in eastern U.S. hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 1347-1353.
  • Jose, S., S. Ranasinghe, and C.L. Ramsey. 2010. Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris P. Mill.) restoration using herbicides: Overstory and understory vegetation responses on a Coastal Plain flatwood site in Florida, USA. Restoration Ecology 18:244-251.
  • Daneshgar, P.* and Jose, S. 2009. Broomsedge communities are resistant to invasion by cogongrass. Ecological Restoration 27(4):383-385.
  • Hagan D.*, Jose S. , Thetford, M., and Bohn, K. 2010. Partitioning of applied 15N fertilizer in a longleaf pine and native woody ornamental intercropping system. Agroforestry Systems 79(1):47-57.
  • Shields, J., Bunyan, M. Freeman, J., Celis, G., Hagan, D. , Morgan, M. , Zak, J., Jose, S. 2009. Impact of laurel wilt on redbay (Persea borbonia (L.) Spreng.) in a mixed evergreen-deciduous forest in northern Florida. Journal of Forestry (accepted with major revision)
  • Jose, S., Ranasinghe, S.*, and Ramsey C.L.* 2010. Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris P. Mill.) restoration using herbicides: Overstory and understory vegetation responses on a Coastal Plain flatwoods site in Florida, USA Restoration Ecology 18(2):244-251.
  • Jose, S., and Holzmueller, E.* 2009. Invasive plant conundrum: What makes the aliens so successful? Journal of Tropical Agriculture 47:18-29. (invited review article)
  • Holzmueller, E.J.*, Jose, S. , and Jenkins, M.A. 2009. The response of understory species composition, diversity, and seedling regeneration to repeated burning in southern Appalachian oak-hickory forests. Natural Areas Journal 29:255-262.
  • Daneshgar, P.* and Jose, S. 2009. Imperata cylindrica, an alien invasive grass maintains control over N availability in an establishing pine forest. Plant and Soil 320:209-218
  • Hagan D.*, Jose S. , Thetford, M., and Bohn, K. 2009. Production physiology of three native shrubs interplanted in a young longleaf pine plantation. Agroforestry Systems 76: 283-294
  • Zamora, D.*, Jose, S., Jones, J.W., and Cropper, W.P. 2009. Modeling cotton production in a pecan alleycropping system using CROPGRO. Agroforestry Systems 76:423-435
  • Daneshgar, P.* and Jose, S. 2009. Role of species identity in plant invasions. Experimental test using Imperata cylindrica. Biological Invasions 11:1431-1440
  • Kelly, J.*, Jose, S., Nichols, J.D., and Bristow, M. 2009. Growth and physiological response of six Australian rainforest tree species to a light gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 257:287-293
  • Freeman, J.* and Jose, S. 2009. From Pinus elliottii plantation to Pinus palustris ecosystem: the role of herbicides in longleaf pine flatwoods restoration. Forest Ecology and Management 257:978-986
  • Jose, S. 2009. Agroforestry for ecosystem services and environmental benefits: An overview. Agroforestry Systems 76:1-10
  • Zamora, D.*, Jose, S., and Napolitano, K.* 2009. Competition for 15N labeled nitrogen in a loblolly pine-cotton alleycropping system in the southern United States. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 131:40-50
  • Daneshgar, P.*, and Jose, S. 2008. Impacts of Imperata cylindrica, an alien invasive grass, on the productivity of an establishing pine forest. Forest Science 54:579-587
  • Holzmueller, E.J.*, Jose, S., and Jenkins, M.A. 2008. The relationship between fire history and an exotic fungal disease in a deciduous forest. Oecologia 155:347-356
  • Ruth, A.*, Jose S., and Miller D.L. 2008. Seed bank dynamics of sand pine scrub and longleaf pine flatwoods of the Gulf Coastal Plain. Ecological Restoration 26:19-22
  • Alavalapati, J.R.R., S. Jose, A. Stainback, and J.R. Matta, and D.R. Carter 2007. Economics of cogongrass control in slash pine forests. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 7:59-66
  • Webster, C.R., Jenkins, M.A., and Jose, S. 2007. Invasion biology and control of invasive woody plants in eastern forests. Native Plants Journal 8:97-106 (invited review article)
  • Ruth, A.*, Miller D.L., Jose S., and Long, A.J. 2007. Effects of reintroduction of fire into fire suppressed coastal scrub and longleaf pine communities along the lower Gulf Coastal Plain. Natural Areas Journal 27: 332-344
  • Holzmueller, E.J.*, Jose, S., and Jenkins, M.A. 2007. Relationship between Cornus florida L. and calcium mineralization in two southern Appalachian forest types. Forest Ecology and Management 245:110-117
  • Holzmueller, E.J.*, Jose, S., and Jenkins, M.A., Jose, S. 2007. Influence of calcium, potassium, and magnesium on Cornus florida L. density and resistance to dogwood anthracnose. Plant and Soil 290:189-199
  • Jenkins, M.A., Jose, S., and White, P.S. 2007. Impacts of an exotic fungal disease on forest community composition and structure and the resulting effects on foliar calcium cycling. Ecological Applications 17:869-881
  • Zamora, D.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R. 2007. Morphological plasticity of cotton roots in response to interspecific competition with pecan in an alleycropping system in the southern United States. Agroforestry Systems 69:107-116
  • Collins, A.R.*, Jose, S., Dansehgar, P.* and Ramsey, C.* 2007. Elton’s hypothesis revisited: Imperata cylindrica invasion in the southeastern United States. Biological Invasions 9:433-443
  • Zamora, D.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R. 2006. Interspecific interaction in a pecan-cotton alleycropping system in the southern United States: The production physiology. Canadian Journal of Botany 84:1686-1694
  • Webster, C.R., Jenkins, M.A., and Jose, S. 2006. Woody invaders and the challenges they pose to forest ecosystems in the eastern United States. Journal of Forestry 104:366-374
  • Jose, S., Williams, R.A., and Zamora, D.* 2006. Belowground ecological interactions in mixed-species forest plantations. Forest Ecology and Management 233:231-239 (invited review article)
  • Jose, S. 2006. Ecological interactions in silvopastoral systems: A synthesis. Annals of Arid Zone 44:327-336
  • Allen, S.C.*, Nair, V.D., Graetz, D., Jose, S., and Nair, P.K.R. 2006. Phosphorus loss from organic versus inorganic fertilizers used in alleycropping on a Florida Ultisol. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 117:290-298
  • Lee, K.H.*, and Jose, S. 2006. Nitrogen mineralization in short rotation tree plantations along a soil nitrogen gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:1236-1242
  • Holzmueller E.J.*, Jose, S., Jenkins, M.A., Camp, A., and Long, A.J. 2006. Dogwood anthracnose in eastern hardwood forests: What is known and what can be done? Journal of Forestry 104: 21-26
  • Lee, K.H.*, and Jose, S. 2005. Nitrate leaching in cottonwood and loblolly pine biomass plantations along a nitrogen fertilization gradient. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 105: 615-623
  • Henderson D.E.* and Jose S. 2005. Production physiology of three fast-growing hardwood species along a soil resource gradient. Tree Physiology 25:1487-1494
  • Jose, S. 2005. Seven hurricanes and the southeastern forests: An educational opportunity. Journal of Forestry 103:327-327
  • Allen, S.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R., Brecke, B.J., Nair, V.D., Graetz, D. and Ramsey, C.L. 2005. Nitrogen mineralization in a pecan (Carya illinoensis K. Koch)-cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) alley cropping system in the southern United States. Biology and Fertility of Soil 41: 28-37
  • Allen, S.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R., and Brecke, B.J. 2004. Competition for 15N labeled nitrogen in a pecan-cotton alley cropping system in the southern United States. Plant and Soil 263: 151-164
  • Allen, S.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R., Brecke, B.J., Nkedi-Kizza, P. 2004. Safety net role of tree roots: Experimental evidence from an alley cropping system. Forest Ecology and Management 192:395-407
  • Ramsey, C.L.*, and Jose, S. 2004. Growth, survival and physiological effects of Hexazinone and Sulfometuron methyl applied overtop of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) seedlings. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 28:48-54
  • Wanvestraut, R.*, Jose, S., Nair, P.K.R., and Brecke, B.J. 2004. Competition for water in a pecan-cotton alley cropping system in the southern United States. Agroforestry Systems 60:167-179
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., and Pallardy S.G. 2004. Interspecific interactions in temperate agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 61:237-255
  • Lee, K.H.* and Jose, S. 2003. Soil respiration, fine root production and microbial biomass in cottonwood and loblolly pine plantations along a soil nitrogen gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 185:263-273
  • Lee, K.H.* and Jose, S. 2003. Soil respiration and microbial biomass in a pecan-cotton alley cropping system in southern USA. Agroforestry Systems 58:45-54
  • Jose, S. 2003. Diversity: What does it mean to Society of American Foresters? Journal of Forestry 101:60-60
  • Jose, S., Merritt, S. *, and Ramsey C.L.* 2003. Growth, nutrition, photosynthesis and transpiration responses of longleaf pine seedlings (Pinus palustris Mill.) to light, water and nitrogen. Forest Ecology and Management 180:335-344 (Ranked 12th among the most downloaded 25 articles during 2003-2004 for Forest Ecology and Management)
  • Ramsey, C.L.*, Jose, S., Cox, J., Miller, D.L., Shilling, D.G., Portier, K., and Merritt, S*. 2003. Cogongrass [Imperata cylindirca (L.) Beauv.] response to herbicides and disking on a cutover site and in a mid-rotation pine plantation in southern USA. Forest Ecology and Management 179:195-207.
  • Ramsey C.L.*, Jose, S., Brecke, B.J., and Merritt, S. 2003. Growth response of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) seedlings to fertilization and herbaceous weed control in an old field in southern USA. Forest Ecology and Management 172:281-289
  • Jose, S., Cox, J., Miller, D.L., and Shilling, D.G., Merritt, S.* 2002. Alien plant invasions in southeastern forests. The story of cogongrass. Journal of Forestry 100: 41-44
  • Jose, S. 2002. An appeal to our readers, contributors, reviewers and co-editors. Agroforestry Systems 54: 3-3
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., Seifert J.E., and Pope, P.E. 2001. Comparison of minirhizotron and soil core methods for quantifying root biomass in a temperate alley cropping system. Agroforestry Systems 52: 161-168
  • Reich, P.B., Knops, J., Tilman, D., Cranine, J., Ellsworth, D., Tjoelker, M., Lee, T., Wedin, D., Naeem, S., Bahaudhin, D., Hendrey, G., Jose, S., Wrage, K., Goth, J., Bengston, W. 2001. Plant diversity enhances ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition. Nature 410: 809-812
  • Linehan, P.E., Miller, D.L., and Jose, S. 2000. The development of an off-campus natural resource conservation program. Journal of Forestry 98: 24-29
  • Gillespie, A.R., Jose S., Mengel, D.B., Hoover, W.L., Pope, P.E., Seifert J.R., Biehle, D.J., Stall, T., and Benjamin T. 2000. Defining competition vectors in a temperate alleycropping system in the midwestern USA: I. Production physiology. Agroforestry Systems 48:25-40
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., Seifert J.R., and Biehle, D.J. 2000. Defining competition vectors in a temperate alleycropping system in the midwestern USA: II. Competition for water. Agroforestry Systems 48: 41-59
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., Seifert J.E., and Pope, P.E. 2000. Defining competition vectors in a temperate alleycropping system in the midwestern USA: III. Competition for nitrogen and litter decomposition dynamics. Agroforestry Systems 48: 61-77
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1998. Allelopathy in black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) alley cropping: I. Spatio-temporal variation in soil juglone in a black walnut-corn (Zea mays L.) alley cropping system. Plant and Soil 203:191-197
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R. 1998. Allelopathy in black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) alley cropping: II. Effects of soil juglone on hydroponically grown corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L. Merr) growth and physiology. Plant and Soil 203:199-205
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1998. Compensatory mechanisms of Central Hardwood forest communities in a changing environment. Plant Ecology 135:125-134
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1997. Leaf area-productivity relationships among mixed- species hardwood forest communities of the Central Hardwood Region. Forest Science 43: 56-64
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1997. Assessment of ecological land type community characteristics for silvicultural diagnosis in the Central Hardwoods. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 14: 72-77
  • Jose, S., and Gillespie, A.R. 1996. Aboveground production efficiency and canopy nutrient dynamics of mixed-hardwood forest communities along a moisture gradient in the Central U.S. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26:2214-2223
  • Jose, S., Gillespie, A.R., George, S.J., and Kumar, B.M. 1996. Vegetation responses along edge-to-interior gradients in a high altitude tropical forest in Peninsular India. Forest Ecology and Management 87:51-62
  • Jose, S., Sreepathy, A., Kumar, B.M., and Venugopal, V.K. 1994. Structural, floristic and edaphic attributes of the grassland-shola forests of Eravikulam in peninsular India. Forest Ecology and Management 65:279-291
  • Sudhakara, K; Jose, S; and Gopikumar, K. 1992. Importance of seedling quality in social forestry planting programs. Yojana: Journal of Planning Commission, Govt. of India 20 (10) : 25-27
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