Gallinat AS, Primack RB, Willis CG, Nordt B, Stevens AD, Fahey R, Whittemore A, Du Y, Panchen ZA. 2018. Patterns and predictors of fleshy fruit phenology at five international botanic gardens. In press, American Journal of Botany.
Yost JM, Sweeney PW, Gilbert E, Nelson G, Guralnick R, Gallinat AS, Ellwood ER, Rossington N, Willis CG, Blum SD, Walls RL, Haston EM, Denslow MW, Zohner CM, Morris AB, Stucky BJ, Carter JR, Baxter DG, Bolmgren K, Denny EG, Dean E, Davis CC, Mishler BD, Soltis PS, Mazer SJ. 2018. Digitization Protocol for Scoring Phenology from Herbarium Specimens of Seed Plants. Applications in Plant Sciences, 6(1): e1022. PDF
Gallinat AS, Russo L, Melaas EK, Willis CG, Primack RB. 2018. Herbarium specimens show patterns of fruiting phenology in native and invasive plant species across New England. American Journal of Botany, 105: 31-41. PDF
Primack RB, Gallinat AS. 2017. An International Network of Trees: Botanical gardens from around the world investigate the timing of leaf-out, leaf senescence, and fruit ripening. Silva, September issue. PDF
Stegman, L, Primack RB, Gallinat AS, Lloyd-Evans TL, Ellwood ER. 2017. Reduced sampling frequency can still detect changes in abundance and phenology of migratory landbirds. Biological Conservation, 210: 107-115. PDF
Willis CG, Ellwood ER, Primack RB, Davis CC, Pearson KD, Gallinat AS, Yost JM, Nelson G, Mazer SJ, Rossington NL, Sparks TH, Soltis PS. 2017. Old plants, new tricks: phenological research using herbarium specimens. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 32: 531-546. PDF
Primack RB, Gallinat AS. 2017. Insights into grass phenology from herbarium specimens. New Phytologist, 213: 1567-1568. PDF
Rycroft N, Seliga AM, Lubinski TJ, Stefanik D, Jennings AR, Mills J, LaBonty M, Kamath A, Lohe A, Gallinat AS, Hasan N, Yalonestrakaya A, Reilley-Luther J, Basu RL. 2016. Urban ecology: Inquiry‐based and experiential laboratory exercises for urban ecosystems. Proceedings of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education.
Primack RB, Gallinat AS. 2016. Spring budburst in a changing climate. American Scientist, 104: 102-109. PDF
Gallinat AS, Primack RB, Wagner DL. 2015. Autumn, the neglected season in climate change research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30:169-176. PDF
Primack RB, Laube J, Gallinat AS, Menzel A. 2015. From observations to experiments in phenology research: Investigating climate change impacts on trees and shrubs using dormant twigs. Annals of Botany, mcv032. PDF
Panchen Z, Primack RB, Gallinat AS, Nordt B, Dieter-Stevens A, Du Y, Fahey R. 2015. Substantial variation in leaf senescence times among 1360 temperate woody plant species: Implications for phenology and ecosystem processes. Annals of Botany, mcv015. PDF
Gill AL, Gallinat AS, Sanders-DeMott R, Rigden AJ, Short Gianotti DJ, Mantooth JA, Templer PH. 2015. Changes in autumn senescence in northern hemisphere deciduous trees: a meta-analysis of fall phenology studies. Annals of Botany, mcv055. PDF
Ellwood ER, Gallinat AS, Primack RB, Lloyd-Evans TL. 2014. Autumn migration of North American landbirds. Phenological Synchrony and Bird Migration: Changing Climate and Seasonal Resources in North America, 47:193-208. PDF
Polgar C, Gallinat AS, Primack RB. 2014. Drivers of leaf out phenology and their implications for species invasions: insights from Thoreau's Concord. New Phytologist, 202: 106-115. PDF