Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=RUraDw0AAAAJ&hl
Mentored student: Graduate* Undergraduate**
Barak, R. S.*, E. W. Williams, A. L. Hipp, M. L. Bowles, G. Carr**, R. Sherman**, and D. J. Larkin. 2017. Finding missing branches: Phylogenetic patterns of plant community diversity in restored and remnant tallgrass prairies. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12881.
Hartzog, P. E.*, M. Sladek, J. J. Kelly, and D. J. Larkin. 2017. Bottle effects alter taxonomic composition of wetland soil bacterial communities during the denitrification enzyme activity assay. Soil Biology & Biochemistry DOI 10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.03.006.
Hunt, V. M.*, J. B. Fant, L. Steger, P. E. Hartzog*, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. K. Jacobi, and D. J. Larkin. 2017. PhragNet: crowdsourcing to investigate ecology and management of invasive Phragmites australis (common reed) in North America. Wetlands Ecology and Management DOI 10.1007/s11273-017-9539-x.
Vander Stelt, E.*, J. B. Fant, S. Masi, and D. J. Larkin. 2017. Assessing threats to a rare ephemeral wetland plant species, Isoëtes butleri Engelm. Aquatic Botany DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquabot.2017.01.002.
Tonietto*, R. K., J. S. Ascher, and D. J. Larkin. 2016. Bee communities along a prairie restoration chronosequence: similar abundance and diversity, distinct composition. Ecological Applications DOI: 10.1002/eap.1481.
Fant, J. B., A. L. Price*, and D. J. Larkin. 2016. The inﬂuence of habitat disturbance on genetic structure and reproductive strategies within stands of native and non-native Phragmites australis (common reed). Diversity and Distributions 22:1301–1313.
Escobar, L. E., H. Qiao, N. B. D. Phelps, W. D. Pearse, C. K. Wagner**, and D. J. Larkin. 2016. Realized niche shift associated with the Eurasian charophyte Nitellopsis obtusa becoming invasive in North America. Scientific Reports 6:29037. DOI: 10.1038/srep29037.
Larkin, D. J., S. K. Jacobi, A. L. Hipp, and A. T. Kramer. 2016. Keeping all the PIECES: phylogenetically informed ex situ conservation of endangered species. PLoS ONE 11: e0156973.
Barak*, R. S., A. L. Hipp, J. Cavender-Bares, W. D. Pearse, S. C. Hotchkiss, J. C. Callaway, E. A. Lynch, R. Calcote, and D. J. Larkin. 2016. Taking the long view: Integrating recorded, paleoecological, and evolutionary information into ecological restoration. International Journal of Plant Sciences 177:90–102.
Luoma, S. N., R. N. Hull, B. A. Bayne, J. Iliff, D. J. Larkin, M. W. Paschke, S. L. Victor, and S. E. Ward. 2015. Opportunities and challenges of integrating ecological restoration into assessment and management of contaminated ecosystems. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 12: 296–305.
Larkin, D. J., A. L. Hipp, J. Kattge, W. Prescott, R. K. Tonietto*, S. K. Jacobi, and M. L. Bowles. 2015. Phylogenetic measures of plant communities show long-term change and impacts of fire management in tallgrass prairie remnants. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1638–1648.
Glisson, W. J.*, R. S. Brady, A. T. Paulios, S. K. Jacobi, and D. J. Larkin. 2015. Sensitivity of secretive marsh birds to vegetation condition in natural and restored wetlands in Wisconsin. Journal of Wildlife Management. 79:1101–1116.
Hipp, A. L., D. J. Larkin, R. Barak*, M. L. Bowles, M. W. Cadotte, S. K. Jacobi, E. Lonsdorf, B. C. Scharenbroch, E. Williams, and E. Weiher. 2015. Phylogeny in the service of ecological restoration. American Journal of Botany 102:647-648.
Kramer, A. T., D. J. Larkin, and J. B. Fant. 2015. Assessing potential seed transfer zones for five forb species from the Great Basin floristic region, U.S.A. Natural Areas Journal 35:174–188.
Overholt, W. A., M. P. Sowinski, D. C. Schmitz, J. Schardt, V. Hunt*, D. J. Larkin, and J. B. Fant. 2014. Early detection and rapid response to an exotic Phragmites population in Florida. Aquatics 36:5–7.
Lishawa, S. C., K. Jankowski, P. Geddes, D. J. Larkin, A. M. Monks, and N. C. Tuchman. 2014. Denitrification in a Laurentian Great Lakes coastal wetland invaded by hybrid cattail (Typha × glauca). Aquatic Sciences 76:483–495.
Larkin, D. J., J. F. Steffen, R. M. Gentile**, and C. R. Zirbel**. 2014. Ecosystem changes following restoration of a buckthorn-invaded woodland. Restoration Ecology 22:89–97.
Price, A. L.*, J. B. Fant, and D. J. Larkin. 2014. Ecology of native vs. introduced Phragmites australis (common reed) in Chicago-area wetlands. Wetlands 34:369–377
Steffen, J. F., J. Palinscar, F. M. Funk, and D. J. Larkin. 2012. Activity and diversity of Collembola (Insecta) and mites (Acari) in the litter of a degraded Midwestern oak woodland. The Great Lakes Entomologist 45:1–18.
Larkin, D. J., S. C. Lishawa, and N. C. Tuchman. 2012. Appropriation of nitrogen by the invasive cattail Typha × glauca. Aquatic Botany 100:62–66.
Larkin, D. J. 2012. Lengths and correlates of lag phases in upper-Midwest plant invasions. Biological Invasions 14:827–838.
Larkin, D. J., M. J. Freyman, S. C. Lishawa, P. Geddes, and N. C. Tuchman. 2012. Mechanisms of dominance by the invasive hybrid cattail Typha × glauca. Biological Invasions 14:65–77.
Mitchell, M. E.*, S. C. Lishawa, P. Geddes, D. J. Larkin, D. Treering, and N. C. Tuchman. 2011. Time-dependent impacts of cattail invasion in a Great Lakes coastal wetland complex. Wetlands 31:1143–1149.
Tonietto, R.*, J. Fant, J. Ascher, K. Ellis, and D Larkin. 2011. A comparison of bee communities of Chicago green roofs, parks and prairies. Landscape and Urban Planning 103:102–108.
Tuchman, N. C., D. J. Larkin, P. Geddes, R. Wildova, K. J. Jankowski, and D. E. Goldberg. 2009. Patterns of environmental change associated with Typha × glauca invasion in a Great Lakes coastal wetland. Wetlands 29:964–975.
Larkin, D. J., J. M. West, and J. B. Zedler. 2009. Created pools increase food availability for fishes in a restored salt marsh. Ecological Engineering 35:65–74.
Larkin, D. J., S. P. Madon, J. M. West, and J. B. Zedler. 2008. Topographic heterogeneity influences fish use of an experimentally restored tidal marsh. Ecological Applications 18:483–496.
Zedler, J. B., D. A. Falk, and D. J. Larkin. 2007. Upstart views of restoration icons. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 88:104–112.
Larkin, D. J., and R. S. Tjeerdema. 2000. Fate and effects of Diazinon. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 166:49–82.
Barak, R. S.*, E. W. Williams, A. L. Hipp, M. L. Bowles, G. Carr**, R. Sherman**, and D. J. Larkin. 2017. Data from: Restored tallgrass prairies have reduced phylogenetic diversity compared with remnants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90124
Larkin, D. J., A. L. Hipp, J. Kattge, W. Prescott, R. K. Tonietto*, S. K. Jacobi, and M. L. Bowles. 2015. Data from: Phylogenetic measures of plant communities show long-term change and impacts of fire management in tallgrass prairie remnants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.763v6
Larkin, D. J., G. Bruland, and J. B. Zedler. 2016. Heterogeneity theory and ecological restoration. Foundations of Restoration Ecology, 2nd Edition; D. A. Falk, M. A. Palmer, and J. B. Zedler, eds. Island Press: Washington, DC, pp. 271–300.
Larkin, D. J. 2016. Wetland heterogeneity. The Wetland Book: I: Structure and Function, Management and Methods. C. M. Finlayson, M. Everard, K. Irvine, R. J. McInnes, B. A. Middleton, A. A. van Dam, and N. C. Davidson, eds. Springer.
Zedler, J. B., C. L. Bonin, D. J. Larkin, and A. Varty. 2008. Salt marshes. Encyclopedia of Ecology, SE Jorgensen and BD Fath, eds. Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 3132–3141.
Larkin, D. J., G. Vivian-Smith, and J. B. Zedler. 2006. Topographic heterogeneity: Theory and ecological restoration. Foundations of Restoration Ecology, D. A. Falk, M. A. Palmer, and J. B. Zedler, eds. Island Press: Washington, DC, pp. 142–164.
Allen, A., S. Kercher, D. Larkin, H. Morzaria-Luna, and M. Peach. 2003. Review of book by Perrow, MR, and AJ Davy, eds. 2002. Handbook of ecological restoration. Volume 1: Principles of restoration. Volume 2: Restoration in practice. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Ecology and Society 7:4.