Liam Heneghan
Liam Heneghan
Professor of Environmental Science, DePaul University
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Earthworm invasion into previously earthworm-free temperate and boreal forests
LE Frelich, CM Hale, S Scheu, AR Holdsworth, L Heneghan, PJ Bohlen, ...
Biological invasions 8, 1235-1245, 2006
Integrating soil ecological knowledge into restoration management
L Heneghan, SP Miller, S Baer, MA Callaham Jr, J Montgomery, ...
Restoration ecology 16 (4), 608-617, 2008
Soil microarthropod contributions to decomposition dynamics: tropical–temperate comparisons of a single substrate
L Heneghan, DC Coleman, X Zou, DA Crossley Jr, BL Haines
Ecology 80 (6), 1873-1882, 1999
The invasive shrub European buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica, L.) alters soil properties in Midwestern US woodlands
L Heneghan, F Fatemi, L Umek, K Grady, K Fagen, M Workman
Applied Soil Ecology 32 (1), 142-148, 2006
The influence of invasive earthworms on indigenous fauna in ecosystems previously uninhabited by earthworms
S Migge-Kleian, MA McLean, JC Maerz, L Heneghan
Biological Invasions 8, 1275-1285, 2006
Soil microarthropod community structure and litter decomposition dynamics: a study of tropical and temperate sites
L Heneghan, DC Coleman, X Zou, DA Crossley Jr, BL Haines
Applied Soil Ecology 9 (1-3), 33-38, 1998
Interactions of an introduced shrub and introduced earthworms in an Illinois urban woodland: impact on leaf litter decomposition
L Heneghan, J Steffen, K Fagen
Pedobiologia 50 (6), 543-551, 2007
Policy and management responses to earthworm invasions in North America
MA Callaham, G González, CM Hale, L Heneghan, SL Lachnicht, X Zou
Biological invasions belowground: earthworms as invasive species, 117-129, 2006
A striking profile: soil ecological knowledge in restoration management and science
MA Callaham Jr, CC Rhoades, L Heneghan
Restoration Ecology 16 (4), 604-607, 2008
Rapid decomposition of buckthorn litter may change soil nutrient levels
L Heneghan, C Clay, C Brundage
Ecological Restoration 20 (2), 108-111, 2002
European buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) and its effects on some ecosystem properties in an urban woodland
L Heneghan, C Rauschenberg, F Fatemi, M Workman
Ecological Restoration 22 (4), 275-280, 2004
Soil microarthropod contribution to forest ecosystem processes: the importance of observational scale
L Heneghan, T Bolger
Plant and Soil 205, 113-124, 1998
Effect of components of'acid rain'on the contribution of soil microarthropods to ecosystem function
L Heneghan, T Bolger
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1329-1344, 1996
Applying soil ecological knowledge to restore ecosystem services
SG Baer, L Heneghan, VT Eviner
Soil ecology and ecosystem services, 377-393, 2012
Lessons learned from Chicago wilderness—implementing and sustaining conservation management in an urban setting
L Heneghan, C Mulvaney, K Ross, L Umek, C Watkins, LM Westphal, ...
Diversity 4 (1), 74-93, 2012
Effects of acid rain components on soil microarthropods: a field manipulation
L Heneghan, T Bolger
Pedobiologia 40 (5), 413-438, 1996
Ecological research can augment restoration practice in urban areas degraded by invasive species—examples from Chicago Wilderness
L Heneghan, L Umek, B Bernau, K Grady, J Iatropulos, D Jabon, ...
Urban Ecosystems 12, 63-77, 2009
Recovery of decomposition and soil microarthropod communities in an Appalachian watershed two decades after a clearcut
L Heneghan, A Salmore, DA Crossley Jr
Forest ecology and management 189 (1-3), 353-362, 2004
Nitrogen dynamics in decomposing chestnut oak (Quercus prinus L.) in mesic temperate and tropical forest
L Heneghan, DC Coleman, DA Crossley Jr, Z Xiaoming
Applied Soil Ecology 13 (2), 169-175, 1999
A simple, safe, and effective sampling technique for investigating earthworm communities in woodland soils: implications for citizen science
BV Iannone, LG Umek, DH Wise, L Heneghan
Natural Areas Journal 32 (3), 283-292, 2012
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