Selected Publications

Kimmerer, R.W. 2003. Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses. Oregon State University Press. **Winner of the prestigious 2005 John Burroughs Medal for outstanding natural history writing!** Click here for more information on this book.

Dr. Kimmerer in the New York Times!
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Kimmerer, R.W. and F.K. Lake 2001. Maintaining the Mosaic: The role of indigenous burning in land management. Journal of Forestry 99:36-41.

Kimmerer, R.W. and M.J.L. Driscoll 2001. Moss species richness on insular boulder habitats: the effect of area, isolation and microsite diversity. The Bryologist 103(4):748-756

Kimmerer, R.W. 2001. Traditional Ecological Knowledge: a resource for cross-cultural education in biology. BioScience in press

Kimmerer, R. W. 2000. Native Knowledge for Native Ecosystems. Journal of Forestry. 98(8):4-9

Kimmerer, R.W. 1998. Intellectual diversity - bringing the Native perspective into natural resources education. Winds of Change 13(3):14-20.

Kimmerer, R.W. and C.C. Young (1996) Effects of gap size and regeneration niche on species coexistence in bryophyte communities. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 123:16-24.

Kimmerer, R.W. (1994) Ecological consequences of sexual vs. asexual reproduction in Dicranum flagellare. The Bryologist 97:20-25.

Kimmerer, R.W. 1993. Disturbance and dominance in Tetraphis pellucida: a model of disturbance frequency and reproductive mode.The Bryologist 96(1):73-79.

Kimmerer, R.W. (1991) Reproductive ecology of Tetraphis pellucida: Differential fitness of sexual and asexual propagules. The Bryologist 94(3):284-288.

Kimmerer, R.W. (1991) Reproductive ecology of Tetraphis pellucida: Population density and reproductive mode. The Bryologist 94(3):255-260.