David A. Mortensen

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Publications of David A. Mortensen (41 listed):

Weed Science (2020) 68, 534-544
Jess M. Bunchek, John M. Wallace, William S. Curran, David A. Mortensen, Mark J. VanGessel and Barbara A. Scott (2020)
Alternative performance targets for integrating cover crops as a proactive herbicide-resistance management tool

Weed Science (2019) 67, 327-338
John M. Wallace, William S. Curran and David A. Mortensen (2019)
Cover crop effects on horseweed (Erigeron canadensis) density and size inequality at the time of herbicide exposure

Weed Research (2018) 58, 250-258
P. Neve, J.N. Barney, Y. Buckley, R.D. Cousens, S. Graham, N.R. Jordan, A. Lawton-Rauh, M. Liebman, M.B. Mesgaran, M. Schut, J. Shaw, J. Storkey, B. Baraibar, R.S. Baucom, M. Chalak, D.Z. Childs, S. Christensen, H. Eizenberg, C. Fernández-Quintanilla, K. French, M. Harsch, S. Heijting, L. Harrison, D. Loddo, M. Macel, N. Maczey, A. Merotto Jr, D. Mortensen, J. Necajeva, D.A. Peltzer, J. Recasens, M. Renton, M. Riemens, M. Sønderskov and M. Williams (2018)
Reviewing research priorities in weed ecology, evolution and management: a horizon scan

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2047-2058
Emily S.J. Rauschert, David A. Mortensen and Steven M. Bloser (2017)
Human-mediated dispersal via rural road maintenance can move invasive propagules

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1247-1263
Kristine M. Averill, David A. Mortensen, Erica A.H. Smithwick and Eric Post (2016)
Deer feeding selectivity for invasive plants

Environmental Entomology (2013) 42, 586-894
Eric Bohnenblust, J. Franklin Egan, David Mortensen and John Tooker (2013)
Direct and indirect effects of the synthetic-auxin herbicide dicamba on two lepidopteran species

Weed Science (2012) 60, 624-633
Eric A. Nord, Matthew R. Ryan, William S. Curran, David A. Mortensen and Steven B. Mirsky (2012)
Effects of management type and timing on weed suppression in soybean no-till planted into rolled-crimped cereal rye

Weed Science (2011) 59, 76-81
Meredith J. Ward, Matthew R. Ryan, William S. Curran, Mary E. Barbercheck and David A. Mortensen (2011)
Cover crops and disturbance influence activity-density of weed seed predators Amara aenea and Harpalus pensylvanicus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Weed Science (2011) 59, 68-75
Bryan L. Dillehay, William S. Curran and David A. Mortensen (2011)
Critical period for weed control in alfalfa

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2010) 3, 17-25
Andrea N. Nord, David A. Mortensen and Emily S.J. Rauschert (2010)
Environmental factors influence early population growth of Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum)

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 563-579
Emily S.J. Rauschert, David A. Mortensen, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Andrea N. Nord and Nora Peskin (2010)
Slow spread of the aggressive invader, Microstegium vimineum (Japanese stiltgrass)

Weed Research (2010) 50, 25-36
M.R. Ryan, D.A. Mortensen, L. Bastiaans, J.R. Teasdale, S.B. Mirsky, W.S. Curran, R. Seidel, D.O. Wilson and P.R. Hepperly (2010)
Elucidating the apparent maize tolerance to weed competition in long-term organically managed systems

Weed Research (2010) 50, 341-352
S.B. Mirsky, E.R. Gallandt, D.A. Mortensen, W.S. Curran and D.L. Shumway (2010)
Reducing the germinable weed seedbank with soil disturbance and cover crops

Invasive Plant Science and Management (2009) 2, 191-199
David A. Mortensen, Emily S.J. Rauschert, Andrea N. Nord and Brian P. Jones (2009)
Forest roads facilitate the spread of invasive plants

Weed Science (2009) 57, 533-540
Richard G. Smith, Randa Jabbour, Andrew G. Hulting, Mary E. Barbercheck and David A. Mortensen (2009)
Effects of initial seed-bank density on weed seedling emergence during the transition to an organic feed-grain crop rotation

Journal of Applied Ecology (2007) 44, 105-114
Joseph T. Dauer, David A. Mortensen and Mark J. Vangessel (2007)
Temporal and spatial dynamics of long-distance Conyza canadensis seed dispersal

Weed Science (2006) 54, 484-489
Joseph T. Dauer, David A. Mortensen and Robert Humston (2006)
Controlled experiments to predict horseweed (Conyza canadensis) dispersal distances

Weed Technology (2005) 19, 274-282
Matthew W. Myers, William S. Curran, Mark J. Vangessel, Brad A. Majek, David A. Mortensen, Dennis D. Calvin, Heather D. Karsten and Gregory W. Roth (2005)
Effect of soil disturbance on annual weed emergence in the northeastern United States

Journal of Applied Ecology (2005) 42, 863-872
Robert Humston, David A. Mortensen and Ottar N. Bjørnstad (2005)
Anthropogenic forcing on the spatial dynamics of an agricultural weed: the case of the common sunflower

Weed Technology (2005) 19, 1056-1064
Andrew A. Schmidt, William G. Johnson, David A. Mortensen, Alex R. Martin, Anita Dille, Dallas E. Peterson, Corey Guza, James J. Kells, Ryan D. Lins, C.M. Boerboom, C.L. Sprague, S.Z. Knezevic, F.W. Roeth, C.R. Medlin and T.T. Bauman (2005)
Evaluation of corn (Zea mays L.) yield-loss estimations by WeedSOFT(r) in the north central region

Weed Science (2004) 52, 913-919
Matthew W. Myers, William S. Curran, Mark J. VanGessel, Dennis D. Calvin, David A. Mortensen, Bradley A. Majek, Heather D. Karsten and Gregory W. Roth (2004)
Predicting weed emergence for eight annual species in the northeastern United States

Weed Technology (2004) 18, 277-283
Kari L. Hilgenfeld, Alex R. Martin, David A. Mortensen and Stephen C. Mason (2004)
Weed management in glyphosate resistant soybean: weed emergence patterns in relation to glyphosate treatment timing

Weed Technology (2004) 18, 284-291
Kari L. Hilgenfeld, Alex R. Martin, David A. Mortensen and Stephen C. Mason (2004)
Weed management in a glyphosate resistant soybean system: weed species shifts

Weed Science (2004) 52, 779-787
Michael G. Burton, David A. Mortensen, David B. Marx and John L. Lindquist (2004)
Factors affecting the realized niche of common sunflower (Helianthus annuus) in ridge-tillage corn

Agronomy Journal (2003) 95, 1602-1607
Samba Traoré, Stephen C. Mason, Alex R. Martin, David A. Mortensen and Jess J. Spotanski (2003)
Velvetleaf interference effects on yield and growth of grain sorghum

Weed Science (2003) 51, 44-55
J. Anita Dille, Maribeth Milner, Jeremy J. Groeteke, David A. Mortensen and Williams II Martin M. (2003)
How good is your weed map? A comparison of spatial interpolators

Weed Technology (2002) 16, 603-611
Martin M. Williams II, David A. Mortensen, William J. Waltman and Alex R. Martin (2002)
Spatial inference of herbicide bioavailability using a geographic information system

Weed Research (2002) 42, 65-75
S. Traoré, J.L. Lindquist, S.C. Mason, A.R. Martin and D.A. Mortensen (2002)
Comparative ecophysiology of grain sorghum and Abutilon theophrasti in monoculture and in mixture

Weed Science (2001) 49, 798-805
Martin M. Williams II, David A. Mortensen, Alex R. Martin and David B. Marx (2001)
Within-field soil heterogeneity effects on herbicide-mediated crop injury and weed biomass

Weed Technology (2000) 14, 586-590
Christophe Neeser, Alex R. Martin, Peter Juroszek and David A. Mortensen (2000)
A comparison of visual and photographic estimates of weed biomass and weed control

Weed Science (2000) 48, 576-587
J. Anita Dieleman, David A. Mortensen, Douglas D. Buhler and Richard B. Ferguson (2000)
Identifying associations among site properties and weed species abundance. II. Hypothesis generation

Weed Science (2000) 48, 567-575
J. Anita Dieleman, David A. Mortensen, Douglas D. Buhler, Cynthia A. Cambardella and Thomas B. Moorman (2000)
Identifying associations among site properties and weed species abundance. I. Multivariate analysis

Weed Science (2000) 48, 549-554
Chris P.A. Teo-Sherrell and David A. Mortensen (2000)
Fates of buried Sorghum bicolor ssp. drummondii seed

Weed Science (1999) 47, 81-89
J. Anita Dieleman, David A. Mortensen and Alex R. Martin (1999)
Influence of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and common sunflower (Helianthus annuus) density variation on weed management outcomes

Weed Research (1999) 39, 455-467
J.A. Dieleman and D.A. Mortensen (1999)
Characterizing the spatial pattern of Abutilon theophrasti seedling patches

Weed Research (1999) 39, 271-285
J.L. Lindquist and D.A. Mortensen (1999)
Ecophysiological characteristics of four maize hybrids and Abutilon theophrasti

Weed Science (1999) 47, 195-200
John L. Lindquist, David A. Mortensen, Philip Westra, W.J. Lambert, Thomas T. Bauman, Jason C. Fausey, James J. Kells, Steven J. Langton, R. Gordon Harvey, Brett H. Bussler, Kevin Banken, Sharon Clay and Frank Forcella (1999)
Stability of corn (Zea mays)-foxtail (Setaria spp.) interference relationships

Weed Science (1998) 46, 569-574
John L. Lindquist and David A. Mortensen (1998)
Tolerance and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) suppressive ability of two old and two modern corn (Zea mays) hybrids

Weed Technology (1998) 12, 7-13
John L. Lindquist, J. Anita Dieleman, David A. Mortensen, Gregg A. Johnson and Dawn Y. Wyse-Pester (1998)
Economic importance of managing spatially heterogeneous weed populations

Weed Science (1998) 46, 595-603
Martin M. Williams II, David A. Mortensen and John W. Doran (1998)
Assessment of weed and crop fitness in cover crop residues for integrated weed management

Agronomy Journal (1998) 90, 787-792
J.L. Lindquist, D.A. Mortensen and B.E. Johnson (1998)
Mechanisms of corn tolerance and velvetleaf suppressive ability