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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jeffery Conn (Jeff)
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Research Agronomist

Phone: (907) 474-7652
Fax: (907) 474-1813

319 O`NEILL BLDG.
905 KOYUKUK - UAF CAMPUS
FAIRBANKS , AK 997757200


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Pathways of invasive plant spread to Alaska: III. contaminants in crop and grass seed -
Feeding preference for and impact on an invasive weed (Crepis tectorum L.) by a native, generalist insect herbivore, Melanoplus borealis (Orthoptera: Acrididae) -
Fielding, D.J., Conn, J.S. 2012. Feeding preference for and impact on an invasive weed (Crepis tectorum L.) by a native, generalist insect herbivore, Melanoplus borealis (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 104(6):1303-1308.
Ecology of invasive Melilotus alba on Alaskan glacial river floodplains -
Conn, J.S., Werdin Pfisterer, N.R., Beattie, K., Dinsmore, R.V. 2011. Ecology of invasive Melilotus alba on Alaskan glacial river floodplains. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (AAAR). 43(3):343-354; doi: 10.1657/1938-4246-43.3.343.
Control of Orange Hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum) in Southern Alaska -
Seefeldt, S.S., Conn, J.S. 2011. Control of Orange Hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum) in Southern Alaska. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 4(1):87-94.
Development of the Alaska agricultural weed flora 1981-2004: a case for prevention -
Conn, J.S., Werdin Pfisterer, N.R., Beattie, K.A. 2011. Development of the Alaska agricultural weed flora 1981-2004: a case for prevention. Weed Research. 51(1):63-70.
Variation in seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 24.7 years of burial: the concept of buried seed safe sites -
Conn, J.S., Werdin Pfisterer, N.R. 2010. Variation in seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 24.7 years of burial: the concept of buried seed safe sites. Weed Science. 58(3):209-215.
Characterizing pathways of invasive plant spread to Alaska: II. propagules from imported hay and straw -
Conn, J.S., Stockdale, C.A., Werdin Pfisterer, N.R., Morgan, J.C. 2010. Characterizing pathways of invasive plant spread to Alaska: II. propagules from imported hay and straw. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 3(3):276-285.
Controlling white sweetclover with herbicides and non-chemical methods -
Vegetation changes in Conservation Reserve Program Lands in Interior Alaska -
Seefeldt, S.S., Conn, J.S., Zhang, M., Kaspari, P. 2009. Vegetation changes in Conservation Reserve Program Lands in Interior Alaska. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/agee,2009.09.001.
Invasive White Sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis) Control With Herbicides, Cutting and Flaming -
Conn, J.S., Seefeldt, S.S. 2009. Invasive White Sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis) Control With Herbicides, Cutting and Flaming. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2:270-277.
Characterizing pathways of invasive plant spread to Alaska: I. propagules from container-grown ornamentals -
Conn, J.S., Stockdale, C., Morgan, J. 2008. Characterizing pathways of invasive plant spread to Alaska: I. propagules from container-grown ornamentals. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 1:331-336.
Comparison of broadcast and wet-blade applications of 2,4-D and triclopyr for control of woody species and off target impacts on Conservation Reserve Program lands in Alaska -
Alaska Melilotus invasions: distribution, origin, and susceptibility of plant communities -
Conn, J.S., Beattie, K.L., Shephard, M.A., Carlson, M., Lapina, I., Hebert, M., Gronquist, R., Densmore, R., Rasy, M. 2008. Alaska Melilotus invasions: distribution, origin, and susceptibility of plant communities. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (AAAR). 40(2):298-308.
Microsatellite markers for the invasive plant species white sweetclover (Melilotus alba) and yellow sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis) -
Winton, L.M., Krohn, A.L., Conn, J.S. 2007. Microsatellite markers for the invasive plant species white sweetclover (Melilotus alba) and yellow sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis). Molecular Ecology Notes. 7(6):1296-1298.
RESPONSE OF SEEDLING BIRD VETCH (VICCIA CRACCA) TO SIX HERBICIDES -
Seefeldt, S.S., Conn, J.S., Jackson, B.E., Sparrow, S.D. 2007. Response of seedling bird vetch (Viccia cracca) to six herbicides. Weed Technology. 21(3):692-694.
Control of Bird Vetch in Alaska -
Seefeldt, S.S., Conn, J.S., Jackson, B., Sparrow, S. 2007. Control of Bird Vetch in Alaska. Western Society of Weed Science Meeting Proceedings.
Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 19.7 years of burial in Alaska -
Conn, J.S., Beattie, K.L. 2006. Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 19.7 years of burial in Alaska. Weed Science. 54(3):464-470
NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE STOCK FROM OUTSIDE ALASKA: SOURCES OF INVASIVE PLANTS? -
Conn, J.S., Stockdale, C.A. 2005. Nursery and greenhouse stock from outside Alaska: sources of invasive plants?. Committee For Noxious Invasive Plant Management Annual Meeting.
CHANGES IN THE ALASKA WEED FLORA OVER A 20 – YEAR TIME PERIOD -
Conn, J.S., Beattie, K.L. 2006. Changes in the Alaska weed flora over a 20-year time period. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Proceedings.
Weed seed bank affected by tillage intensity for barley in Alaska -
Conn, J.S. 2006. Weed seed bank affected by tillage intensity for barley in Alaska. International Journal of Soil and Tillage Research 90:156-161
Response of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)to elevated atmospheric CO2 in the North American Subarctic -
Conn, J.S., Cochran, V. 2006. Response of potato (solanum tuberosum l.)to elevated atmospheric CO2 in the North American subarctic. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 112:49-57.
ATMOSPHERIC CO2 ENRICHMENT OF POTATO IN THE SUBARCTIC: ROOT DISTRIBUTION AND SOIL BIOLOGY -
Prior, S.A., Runion, G.B., Rogers Jr, H.H., Conn, J.S., Cochran, V.L. Atmospheric co2 enrichment of potato in the subarctic: root distribution and soil biology. Environmental Control in Biology. 43(3):165-172.
WHITE SWEETCLOVER INVASIONS ON ALASKA FLOODPLAINS -
Conn, J.S., Shepherd, M. 2004. White sweetclover invasions on alaska floodplains. Workshop Proceedings.
SEED VIABILITY AND DORMANCY OF 17 WEED SPECIES AFTER 20 YEARS OF BURIAL IN ALASKA -
Conn, J.S., Beattie, K.L. 2004. Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 20 years of burial in alaska. Weed Science Society of America Meeting Abstracts.
Invasive plants in Alaska: assessment of research priorities -
Conn, J.S., Gronquist, R., Mueller, M. 2003. Invasive plants in Alaska: assessment of research priorities. Agroborealis. 35:13-18.
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