L. L. Smith, A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S. Greipsson. 2008. Locally associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and growth of the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 1: 142-152. Link to abstract »
L.L. Smith, A. DiTommaso, J. Lehmann and S.Greipsson. 2006. Growth and reproductive potential of the invasive exotic vine Vincetoxicum rossicum in northern New York State. Canadian Journal of Botany. 84:1771-1780. Link to abstract »
S.Greipsson and A. DiTommaso. 2006. Invasive non-native plants alter the occurrence of Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and benefit from this association. Ecological Restoration 24(2): 236-241. Link to abstract »
R. Perry, H. El-Mayas, E. Krogstadt and S.Greipsson. 2011. Chemically enhanced phytoextraction of lead-contaminated soils. International Journal of Phytoremediation (In press). Link to abstract »
A. Hovsepyan and S.Greipsson. 2005. EDTA-enhanced phytoremediation of lead-contaminated soil by corn. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 28(12): 2037-2048. Link to abstract »
A. Hovsepyan and S.Greipsson. 2004. Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on phytoextraction by corn (Zea mays) of lead- contaminated soil. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 6(4): 305-321.
S.Greipsson, S. 2010. Restoration Ecology. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, MA USA. 408 pages. Link to abstract »
S.Greipsson. 2002. Coastal dunes. In: Handbook of Ecological Restoration. Vol. 2. Restoration in practice. Edited by: A.J. Davy and M. Perrow. Cambridge University Press. pp. 214-237.
S.Greipsson and H.El-Mayas. 2000. Arbuscular mycorrhizae of Leymusarenarius on reclamation sites in Iceland, and response to inoculation. Restoration Ecology. 8(2): 144-150. (6) Link to abstract »
S.Greipsson and H.El-Mayas. 1999. Large-scale reclamation of barren lands in Iceland by aerial seeding. Land Degradation and Development. 10: 185-193. Link to abstract »
S.Greipsson and A.J.Davy. 1997. Responses of Leymus arenarius to nutrients: improvement of seed production and seedling establishment for land reclamation. Journal of Applied Ecology. 34: 1165-1176 Link to abstract »