Hardiman Word Cloud


LaRue, E.A., Hardiman, B.S., Elliott, J.M., Fei, S. 2019. Structural diversity as a predictor of ecosystem function. Environmental Research Letters.

Fahey, R.T., Atkins, J.W., Gough, C.M., Hardiman, B.S., Nave, L.E., Tallant, J., Nadelhoffer, K.J., Vogel, C.S., Scheuermann, C., Stuart-Haentjens, E., Haber, L., Fotis, A., Ricart, R., Curtis, P.S. Defining a spectrum of integrative trait-based vegetation canopy structural types. Ecology Letters.

Gough, C.M., Atkins, J.W., Fahey, R.T., Hardiman, B.S. High rates of primary production in structurally complex forests. Ecology


Atkins, J.W., Bohrer, G., Fahey, R., Hardiman, B.S., Morin, T., Stovall, A., Zimmerman, N., Gough, C.M. Quantifying forest and canopy structural complexity metrics from terrestrial LiDAR data using the forestr R package. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Atkins, J. W., R. T. Fahey, B. S. Hardiman, and C. M. Gough. 2018. Forest Canopy Structural Complexity and Light Absorption Relationships at the Subcontinental Scale. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123:1387–1405.

Fahey, R., Alveshere, B., Burton, J., D’Amato, A., Dickinson, Y., Keeton, W., Kern, C., Larson, A., Palik, B., Puettmann, K., Saunders, M., Webster, C., Atkins, J., Gough, C., Hardiman, B.S. Shifting conceptions of complexity in forest management and silviculture. Forest Ecology and Management. 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.01.011

Fotis AT, Morin TH, Fahey RT, Hardiman BS, et al. 2018. Forest structure in space and time: Biotic and abiotic determinants of canopy complexity and their effects on net primary productivity. Agric For Meteorol 250–251: 181–91.

Hardiman, B. S.; LaRue, E. A.; Atkins, J. W.; Fahey, R. T.; Wagner, F. W.; Gough, C. M. Spatial variation in canopy structure across forest landscapes. Forests 2018, 9, 474.

LaRue, E.; Atkins, J.; Dahlin, K.; Fahey, R.; Fei, S.; Gough, C.; Hardiman, B. Linking Landsat to terrestrial LIDAR: Vegetation metrics of forest greenness are correlated with canopy structural complexity. Int. J. Appl. Earth Obs. Geoinf.

Reynolds, H., Brandt, L., Fei, S., Fischer, B., Hardiman, B., Moxley, D., Sandweiss, E., Speer, J. (2018) Maintaining Indiana’s Urban Green Spaces: A Report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment. Purdue Climate Change Research Center, Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana. DOI: 10.5703/1288284316653

Sargent, M., Barrera, Y., Nehrkorn, T., Hutyra, L.R., Gately, C.K., Jones, T., McKain, K., Sweeney, C., Hegarty, J., Hardiman, B.S., Wofsy, S.C. Anthropogenic and biogenic CO2 fluxes in the Boston urban region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.


Hardiman, B.S., Gough, C.M., Butnor, J.R., Bohrer, G., Detto, M., Curtis, P.S., 2017. Coupling Fine-Scale Root and Canopy Structure Using Ground-Based Remote Sensing. Remote Sens. 9, 182. doi:10.3390/rs9020182

Hardiman, B.S., Wang, J.*, Hutyra, L.R., Gately, C.*, Getson, J., Friedl, M., 2017. Accounting for urban biogenic fluxes in regional carbon budgets. Sci. Total Environ. 592, 366–372. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.03.028


Gough C M, Curtis P S, Hardiman B S, Scheuermann C* and Bond-Lamberty B 2016 Disturbance, complexity, and succession of net ecosystem production in North America’s temperate deciduous forests Ecosphere


Bryan, A.M., Cheng, S.J., Ashworth, K., Guenther, A.B., Hardiman, B.S., Bohrer, G., Steiner, A.L. Forest-atmosphere BVOC exchange in diverse and structurally complex canopies: 1-D modeling of a mid-successional forest in northern Michigan. Atmospheric Environment.

Nguyen, Ha, Hutyra, L.R., Hardiman, B.S., Raciti, S.M. Characterizing forest structure variations across an intact tropical peat dome using field observations and airborne lidar (in review at Ecological Applications)

Viskari, T., Hardiman, B.S., Desai, A.R., and Dietze, M.C. Model-data assimilation of multiple phenological observations to constrain and predict leaf area index. Ecological Applications.


Nave, L.E., Sparks, J.P., Le Moine, J., Hardiman, B.S., Nadelhoffer, K.J., Tallant, J. M., Vogel, C.S., Strahm, B.D., and P.S. Curtis Changes in soil nitrogen cycling in a northern temperate forest ecosystem during succession. Biogeochemistry.


Hardiman, B.S., Bohrer, G., Gough, C.M., Curtis, P.S. Canopy structural changes following widespread mortality of canopy dominant trees. Forests 4 (3), 537-552.

Hardiman, B. S., Gough, C. M., Halperin, A.†, Hofmeister, K. L.†, Nave, L. E., Bohrer, G., & Curtis, P. S. Maintaining high rates of carbon storage in old forests: A mechanism linking canopy structure to forest function. Forest Ecology and Management, 298, 111–119.

† Indicates undergraduate co-author and NSF REU advisee.

Maurer, K. D., Hardiman, B. S., Vogel, C. S., & Bohrer, G. Canopy-structure effects on surface roughness parameters: Observations in a Great Lakes mixed-deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 177, 24–34.

Gough, C. M., Hardiman, B. S., Nave, L. E., Bohrer, G., Maurer, K. D., Vogel, C. S., Nadelhoffer, K. J., et al. Sustained carbon uptake and storage following moderate disturbance in a Great Lakes forest. Ecological Applications 23:1202–1215.


Garrity, S. R., Meyer, K. †, Maurer, K. D., Hardiman, B.S., & Bohrer, G. Estimating plot-level tree structure in a deciduous forest by combining allometric equations, spatial wavelet analysis and airborne LiDAR. Remote Sensing Letters, 3(5), 443–451.

† Indicates undergraduate co-author.


Hardiman, B. S., Bohrer, G., Gough, C. M., Vogel, C. S., & Curtisi, P. S. The role of canopy structural complexity in wood net primary production of a maturing northern deciduous forest. Ecology, 92(9), 1818–27.

Nave, L. E. L. E., Gough, C. M. C. M., Maurer, K. D., Bohrer, G., Hardiman, B. S., Le Moine, J., Munoz, A. B., et al. Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 116(G4), G04016.


Gough, C. M., Vogel, C. S., Hardiman, B.S., & Curtis, P. S. Wood net primary production resilience in an unmanaged forest transitioning from early to middle succession. Forest Ecology and Management, 260(1), 36–41.