In prep:

6. Quigley KM, R Wildt, BR Sturtevant, RK Kolka, MB Dickinson, DM Donner, and JM Meisel. Fuels, vegetation, and prescribed fire dynamics influence ash production and characteristics in a globally imperiled pine barrens ecosystem. In prep for Fire Ecology.


5. Quigley KM, DM Griffith, GL Donati, and TM Anderson. Nutrients and precipitation, not herbivory, drive global patterns of grass leaf silicifcation. Submitted to New Phytologist.


4. Quigley KM, GL Donati, and TM Anderson. 2016. Variation in the soil ‘silicon landscape’ explains plant silica accumulation across environmental gradients in Serengeti. Plant and Soil. Link to paper

3. Quigley KM, AG Althoff, and GL Donati. 2016. Inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectromety as a reference method for silicon estimation by near infrared spectroscopy and potential application to global-scale studies of plant chemistry. Microchemical Journal 129: 231-235. Link to paper

2. Griffith DM, KM Quigley, and TM Anderson. 2016. Leaf thickness controls variation in leaf mass per area (LMA) among grazing-adapted grasses in Serengeti. Oecologia 181: 1035-1040. Link to paper

1. Quigley KM, TM Anderson. 2014. Leaf silica concentration in Serengeti grasses increases with watering but not clipping: insights from a common garden study and literature review. Frontiers in Plant Science 5:568. Link to paper