OTA, M., MAMET, S.D., MULLER, A., LAMB, E. DHILLON, G., PEAK, D., & SICILIANO, S. (In press). Could cryoturbic diapirs be key for understanding ecological feedbacks to climate change in High Arctic polar deserts? Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
TAYE, Z.M., HELGASON, B., BELL, J.K., NORRIS, C.E., VAIL, S., ROBINSON, S., PARKIN, I., ARCAND, M., MAMET, S., LINKS, M., DOWHY, T., SICILIANO, S., & LAMB, E. (In press). Core and differentially abundant bacterial taxa in the rhizosphere of field grown Brassica napus genotypes: Implications for canola breeding. Frontiers in Microbiology, section Terrestrial Microbiology. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2019.03007
TIMONEY, K. & MAMET, S.D. (In press) No treeline advance over the last 50 years in subarctic western and central Canada and the problem of vegetation misclassification in remotely- sensed data. Écoscience. doi:10.1080/11956860.2019.1698258 2019
MAMET, S.D., REDLICK, E., BRABANT, M., LAMB, E.G., HELGASON, B.L., STANLEY, K., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2019) Structural equation modelling of a winnowed soil microbiome identifies how invasive plants re-structure microbial networks. TheISME Journal 13(8): 1988–1996.
MAMET, S.D., BROWN, C.D., TRANT, A.J., & LAROQUE, C. (2019) Shifting global Larix distributions: northern expansion and southern retraction as species respond to changing climate. Journal of Biogeography46(1): 30–44.
BROWN, C.D., DUFOUR TREMBLAY, G., JAMESON, R.G., MAMET, S.D., TRANT, A.J., WALKER, X., BOUDREAU, S., HARPER, K.A., HENRY, G.H.R., HERMANUTZ, L., HOFGAARD, A., ISAEVA, L., KERSHAW, G.P., & JOHNSTONE, J.F. (2019) Reproduction as a bottleneck to treeline advance across the circumarctic forest tundra ecotone. Ecography 42(1): 137–147.
HYDE, K., MA, W., OBAL, T., BRADSHAW, K., CARLSON, T., MAMET, S.D., & SICILIANO, S. (2019) Evaluating the Incremental Sampling Methodology for petroleum hydrocarbon plume estimates and remediation strategies. Soil and Sediment Contamination 28(1): 51–64.
KARPPINEN, E.M., MAMET, S.D., STEWART, K.J., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2019) The charosphere promotes mineralization of 13C-phenanthrene by psychrotrophic microorganisms in northern soil. Journal of Environmental Quality48(3): 559–567.
TIMONEY, K.P., MAMET, S.D., CHENG, R., LEE, P., ROBINSON, A.L., DOWNING, D., & WEIN, R.W. (2019) Tree cover response to climate change in the forest-tundra of north-central Canada: fire-driven decline, not northward advance. Écoscience 26(2): 133–148.
MAMET, S.D., MA, B., ULRICH, A., SCHRYER, A., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2018) Who is the rock miner and who is the hunter? The use of heavy-oxygen labeled phosphate (P18O4) to differentiate between C and P fluxes in a benzene-degrading consortium. Environmental Science & Technology52(4): 1773–1786.
MAMET, S.D. (2018) Long-term ecological & geomorphological investigations in the alpine tundra of the Mackenzie Mountains, NWT. Annual Report for Aurora Research Institute. 2 pp.
CHANG, Y.-F., SICILIANO, S.D., MAMET, S.D., TALEBITAHER, A., THOMPSON, K., PAPANDREOU, Z., & TEYMURAZYAN, A. (2018) Applying a modular PET system to investigate subsurface contamination bioremediation: A proof-of-principle study. IEEE International Instrumentation & Measurement Technology Conference, Houston, Texas, 14–17 May 2018. Conference Proceedings.
FREI, E.R., BIANCHI, E., BERNAREGGI, G., BEBI, P., DAWES, M.A., BROWN, C.D., TRANT, A., MAMET, S.D., & RIXEN, C. (2018) Biotic and abiotic drivers of tree seedling recruitment across an alpine treeline ecotone. Scientific Reports8(10894).
TALEBITAHER, A., CHANG, Y.-F., THOMPSON, K., PAPANDREOU, Z., TEYMURAZYAN, A., MAMET, S.D., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2018) BioPET: Dedicated plant positron emission tomography system. 38th Annual Conference of the Canadian Nuclear Society and 42nd Annual CNS/CNA Student Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, June 3–6, 2018. Conference Proceedings. 2017
MAMET, S.D., CHUN, K.P., KERSHAW, G.G.L., LORANTY, M.M., & KERSHAW, G.P. (2017) Recent increases in permafrost thaw rates and areal loss of palsas in the western Northwest Territories, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes28(4): 619–633.
MAMET, S.D., LAMB, E.G., PIPER, C.L., WINSLEY, T., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2017) Archaea and bacteria mediate the effects of native species root loss on fungi during plant invasion. The ISME Journal 11(5): 1261–1275.
CHUN, K.P., MAMET, S.D., METSARANTA, J. BARR, A., JOHNSTONE, J.F., & WHEATER, H. (2017) A novel stochastic method for reconstructing daily precipitation times-series using tree-ring data from the western Canadian boreal forest. Dendrochronologia 44: 9–18.
MULLER, A.L., HARDY, S.P., MAMET, S.D., OTA, M., LAMB, E.G., & SICILIANO, S.D. (2017) Salix arctica changes root distribution and nutrient uptake in response to subsurface nutrients in high arctic deserts. Ecology98(8): 2158–2169.
MAMET, S.D., YOUNG, N., CHUN, K.P., & JOHNSTONE, J.F. (2016). What is the most efficient and effective method for long-term monitoring of alpine tundra vegetation? Arctic Science2: 127–141.
MAMET, S.D. (2016) Long-term ecological & geomorphological investigations in the alpine tundra of the Mackenzie Mountains, NWT. Annual Report for Aurora Research Institute. 2 pp.
MAMET, S.D., CHUN, K.P., METSARANTA, J.M., BARR, A.G., & JOHNSTONE, J.F. (2015). Tree rings provide early warning signals of jack pine mortality across a moisture gradient in the southern boreal forest. Environmental Research Letters 10: 084021.
MAMET, S.D., CAIRNS, D.M., BROOK, R.K., & KERSHAW, G.P. (2015). Modeling the spatial distributionof subarctic forest in northern Manitoba using GIS-based terrain & climate data. Physical Geography36(2): 93–112.
FISHBACK, L.A. & MAMET, S.D. (2015). Climate Change at the Arctic’s Edge 2014 FIELD REPORT. Report for the Earthwatch Institute. 15 pp.
IRESON, A.M., BARR, A.G., JOHNSTONE, J.F., MAMET, S.D., VAN DER KAMP, G., WHITFIELD, C., MICHEL, N.L., NORTH, R., WESTBROOK, C., DEBEER, C., CHUN, K.P., NAZEMI, A. & SAGIN, J. (2015). The Changing Water Cycle: the Boreal Plains Ecozone of Western Canada. WIREs Water2(5): 505-521.
MAMET, S.D. & KERSHAW, G.P. (2013a). Multi-scale analysis of environmental conditions & conifer seedling distribution across the forest-tundra ecotone of northern Manitoba, Canada. Ecosystems 16(2): 295–309.
MAMET, S.D. & KERSHAW, G.P. (2013b). Age-dependency, climate & environmental controls of recent tree growth trends at subarctic & alpine treelines. Dendrochronologia 31(2): 75–87.
MAMET, S.D. & KERSHAW, G.P. (2013c). Environmental influences on winter desiccation of Picea glauca foliage at treeline, & implications for treeline dynamics in northern Manitoba. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research45(2): 219–228.
BROWN, C.D., MAMET, S.D., & TRANT, A.J. (2013). The Global Treeline Range Expansion Experiment. Mountain Views 7(2): 6–7.
BROWN, C. D., JOHNSTONE, J. F., MAMET, S. D., & TRANT, A. J. (2013). Global Treeline Range Expansion Experiment Field Protocols. Website: http://www.treelineresearch.com.
MAMET, S.D. & KERSHAW, G.P. (2012). Subarctic & alpine treeline dynamics during the last 400 years in northwestern & central Canada. Journal of Biogeography39(5): 855–868.
MAMET, S.D. & KERSHAW, G.P. (2011). Radial-growth response of forest-tundra trees to climate in the western Hudson Bay Lowlands. Arctic 64(4): 446–458.
MAMET, S.D. (2011). Mapping shorebird habitat quality on Victoria and King William Islands using Normalized Difference Vegetation Indices derived from Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper imagery. Report for Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service. Report no. K4E21-09-0904. 7 pp.
KERSHAW, G.P., MAMET, S.D. & SUTER, J.A. (2009). Climatological, snowpack & dendroclimatological investigations, Wapusk National Park. Report for Wapusk National Park Authority. 52 pp.
KERSHAW, G.P. & MAMET, S.D. (2006). Dendroclimatological investigations, Wapusk National Park. Report for Wapusk National Park Authority. 18 pp.
KERSHAW, G.P. & MAMET, S.D. (2005). Dendroclimatological investigations in Wapusk National Park and adjacent Churchill Wildlife Management Area. Report for Wapusk National Park Authority. 8 pp.
SÁNCHEZ-AZOFEIFA, G.A., CHONG, M., SINKWICH, J., & MAMET, S.D. (2004). Alberta ground cover characterization (AGCC) training and procedures manual. Earth Observations System Laboratory, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 67 pp.