McGraw, J.B., Turner, J.B., Souther, S., Bennington, C., Vavrek, M., Shaver, G., Fetcher, N. 2015. Northward displacement of optimal climate conditions for ecotypes of Eriophorum vaginatum L. across a latitudinal gradient in Alaska. Global Change Biology 21: 3827-3835.
Souther, S. & J.B. McGraw. 2014. Synergistic effects of climate change and harvest on extinction risk of American ginseng. Ecological Applications 24(6): 1463-1477.
Media coverage: A root of change. 2015. Beacon Reader.
Media coverage: Wild ginseng, wood thrushes, and climate change: A survival story. 2014. West Virginia Public Broadcasting.
Souther, S., Terrell, K., Tingley, M.W., Hayman, D.T.S., Popescu, V.D., Ryan, M.E., Graves, T.A. & B. Hartl. 2014. Biotic impacts of energy development from: research priorities and knowledge gaps. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 330-338.
Selected media coverage:
Fracking's impact on wildlife remains unknown, study finds. 2014. The Guardian.
UW Researcher: Too many unknowns about fracking. 2014. Public News Service.
Ten years into the fracking boom, wildlife effects still unknown. 2014. Inside Climate News.
Biological impacts of fracking still largely unknown. 2014. ScienceBlog.
Without full disclosure of accidents and chemicals used in fracking, risks remain unknown. 2014. The Conversation.
Effects of fracking on wildlife basically unknown. 2014. Popular Science.
Souther, S., Fetcher, N., Fowler, Z., Shaver G. & J.B. McGraw. 2014. Ecotypic differentiation in photosynthesis and growth of Eriophorum vaginatum along a latitudinal gradient in Alaska. Botany 92: 551-561.
Aslan, C., Pinksy, M., Ryan, M.E., Souther, S. & K. Terrell. 2013. Cultivating creativity in conservation science. Conservation Biology 28(2): 345-353.
Souther, S. 2013. Letter: Drawbacks to Natural Gas. Science 340: 141.
McGraw, J.B., Lubbers, A.E., Van der Voort, M., Mooney, E.H., Furedi, M.A., Souther, S., Turner, J.B. & J. Chandler. 2013. Ecology and conservation of American ginseng in a changing world. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1286: 62-91.
Souther, S., Lechowicz, M. & J.B. McGraw. 2012. Experimental test for adaptive differentiation of ginseng populations reveals complex response to temperature. Annals of Botany 110(4): 829-837.
Souther, S. & J.B. McGraw. 2011. Evidence of local adaptation in demographic response of American ginseng to interannual temperature variation. Conservation Biology 25(5): 922-931.
Souther, S. & J.B. McGraw. 2011. Vulnerability of American ginseng to an extreme early spring temperature fluctuation. Population Ecology 53(1): 119-129.
McGraw, J.B., Souther, S. & A.E. Lubbers. 2010. Rates of harvest and compliance with regulations in natural populations of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) Natural Areas Journal 30: 202 – 210.
Media coverage: Ginseng poachers take to the woods as prices soar. 2012. Associated Press.