Interest Areas: Forest ecology, dendrochronology, land-use history, forest stand dynamics.
Copenheaver, C.A., McCune, R.C., Sorensen, E.A., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Beale, B.J. 2014. Decreased radial growth in sugar maple trees tapped for maple syrup. The Forestry Chronicle 90:771-777.
Copenheaver, C.A., Kidd, K.R., Shockey, M.D., and Stephens, B.A. 2014. Environmental and social factors influencing the price of land in southwestern Virginia, USA, 1786-1830. Mountain Research and Development 34: 386-395.
Kidd, K.R., Aust, W.A. and Copenheaver, C.A. W.A. 2014. Recreational stream crossing effects on sediment delivery and macroinvertebrates in southwestern Virginia, USA. Environmental Management 54:505-516.
Walker, D.M., Copenheaver, C.A., and Zink-Sharp, A. 2014. Radial growth changes following hemlock woolly adelgid infestation of eastern hemlock. Annals of Forest Science 71:595-602.
Fuhrman, N.E., Morgan, A.C., Copenheaver, C.A., Peterson, J.A., Newberry, M.G., DeLoach, S.G., and van de Gevel, S. 2014. Repeated monitoring of forest plots: evaluating the accuracy of student scientist data. NACTA Journal 58: 95-101.
Copenheaver, C.A., Seiler, J.R., Peterson, J.A., Evans, A.M., McVay, J.L., and White, J.H. 2014. Stadium Woods: A dendroecological reconstruction of an old-growth forest on a university campus. Dendrochronologia 32:62-70.
Copenheaver, C.A., Peterson, J.A., and Goldbeck DeBose, K. 2014. Discipline continuity across undergraduate and graduate degrees. Natural Sciences Education 42:131-136.
Feldhaus, J.J., Copenheaver, C.A., and Barney, J.N. 2013. Mapping and management of the non-native Japanese spiraea at Buffalo Mountain Natural Area Preserve, Virginia. Natural Areas Journal 33:435-439.
Sefidi, K., Marvie Mohadjer, M.R., Mosandl, R., and Copenheaver, C.A. 2013. Coarse and fine woody debris in mature Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) forests of northern Iran. Natural Areas Journal 33:248-255.
Copenheaver, C.A., Belote, R.T., Steele, J.K., Peterson, J.A., and Grinter, L.E. 2013. A dendroclimatic assessment of habitat specificity: Use of a functional trait to classify white oak. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 140:41-51.
Slyder, J.B., Stein, B.R., Sams, B.S., Walker, D.M.*, Beale, B.J.*, Feldhaus, J.J.*, and Copenheaver, C.A. 2011. Citation pattern and lifespan: a comparison of discipline, institution, and individuals. Scientometrics 89:955-966.
Sefidi, K., Marvie Mohadjer, M.R., Mosandl, R., and Copenheaver, C.A. 2011. Canopy gaps and regeneration in old-growth Oriental beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) stands, northern Iran. Forest Ecology and Management 262:1094-1099.
Hook, B.A., Copenheaver, C.A., and Zink-Sharp, A. 2011. Compression wood formation in Pinus banksiana L. following ice storm damage in southwestern Virginia, USA. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 138:52-61.
Copenheaver, C.A., Crawford, C.J., and Fearer, T.M. 2011. Age-specific responses to climate identified in the growth of Quercus alba. Trees Structure and Function 25:647-653.
Sefidi, K., Marvie Mohadjer, M.R., Etemad, V., and Copenheaver, C.A. 2011. Stand characteristics and distribution of a relic population of Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica C.A. Meyer) in northern Iran. Flora 206:418-422.
Copenheaver, C.A., Gärtner, H. Schäfer, I., Vaccari, F.P., and Cherubini, P. 2010. Drought-triggered false ring formation in a Mediterranean shrub. Botany 88:545-555.
Copenheaver, C.A., Hendrick, L.E., Houchins, J.W. and Pearce, C.D. 2010. Changes in growth and dendroclimatic response of trees growing along an artificial lake. American Midland Naturalist 163:134-145.
Black, B.A., Copenheaver, C.A., Frank, D.C., Stuckey, M.J., and Kormanyos, R.E. 2009. Multiproxy reconstructions of northeastern Pacific sea surface temperature data from trees and Pacific geoduck. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 278:40-47.
Copenheaver, C.A., Nelson, K.L., and Goldbeck, K. 2009. The academic roots of forestry programs: A case study from Virginia Tech. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 38:99-105.
Hendrick, L.E. and Copenheaver, C.A. 2009. Using repeat landscape photography to assess vegetation changes in rural communities of the southern Appalachian Mountains in Virginia, USA. Mountain Research and Development 29:21-29.
Copenheaver, C.A., Predmore, S.A., and Askamit, D.N. 2009. Conversion of rare grassy openings to forest: Have these areas lost their conservation value? Natural Areas Journal 29:133-139.
Copenheaver, C.A., Black, B.A., Stine, M.B., McManamay, R.H. and Bartens, J. 2009. Identifying dendroecological growth releases in American beech, jack pine, and white oak: Within-tree sampling strategy. Forest Ecology and Management 257:2235-2240.
Radtke, P.J., Amateis, R.L., Prisley, S.P., Copenheaver, C.A., Chojnacky, D.C., Pittman, J.R., and Burkhart, H.E. 2009. Modeling production and decay of coarse woody debris in loblolly pine plantations. Forest Ecology and Management 257:790-799.
Bhuta, A. A. R., Kennedy, L.M., Copenheaver, C.A., Sheridan, P.M., and Campbell, J.B. 2008. Shade tolerance and boundary-line growth patterns for remnant longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) in mixed pine-hardwood forests, southeastern Virginia. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135:516-529.
Predmore, S.A., Copenheaver, C.A., and Mortimer, M.J. 2008. Ecosystem management in the US Forest Service: A persistent process but dying discourse. Journal of Forestry 106:339-345.
Copenheaver, C.A. 2008. Old-field succession in western New York: The progression of forbs and woody species from abandonment to mature forest. Rhodora 110:157-170.
Copenheaver, C.A., Yancey, M.W., Pantaleoni, E., and Emrick, V.R. 2007. Dendroclimatic analysis of a bottomland hardwood forest: Floodplain vs. terrace responses. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134:505-511.