McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Jason Johnston, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, William Sheehan, Robert Pinette, and Richard Primack. 2019. Advancing Leaf-Out and Flowering Phenology is Not Matched by Migratory Bird Arrivals Recorded in Hunting Guide's Journal in Aroostook County, Maine. Northeastern Naturalist. 26(3), 561-579. [pdf]

McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Sara Kuebbing, Rebecca S. Barak, Molly Bletz, Joan Dudney, Bonnie M. McGill, Mallika A. Nocco, Talia Young, Rebecca K. Tonietto. 2019. We do not want to “cure plant blindness” we want to grow plant love. Plants People Planet.

McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Glen Mittelhauser, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, and Richard B. Primack. 2019. Floristic change in New England and New York: regional patterns of plant species loss and decline. Rhodora. 121(985) : 1-36. [pdf]

McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Richard B. Primack, and Abraham J. Miller-Rushing. 2019. Trails-as-transects: phenology monitoring across heterogenous microclimates in Acadia National Park, Maine. Ecosphere.

Mason Heberling, J. Mason, Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Jason D. Fridley, Susan Kalisz, and Richard B. Primack. 2019. Phenological mismatch with trees reduces wildflower carbon budgets. Ecology Letters, 22(4): 616-623. [pdf]

McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Richard B. Primack, and Abraham J. Miller-Rushing. 2018. Local environment, not local adaptation, drives leaf-out phenology in common gardens along an elevational gradient in Acadia National Park, Maine. American Journal of Botany, 105(6): 1–10. [pdf]

McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin, Georgia Murray, Richard Primack, and Doug Weihrauch. 2017. Lessons from Citizen Science: Assessing volunteer-collected plant phenology data with Mountain Watch. Biological Conservation, 208, 121-126. [pdf]


Burgio KR, McDonough MacKenzie C, Borrelle SB, Ernest SKM, Gill JL, Ingeman KE, Teffer AK, White EP. 2019. Ten simple rules for a successful remote postdoc. PeerJ Preprints 7:e27907v1

Liu, Yan, Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Richard B. Primack, Michael J. Hill5, Xiaoyang Zhang, Zhuosen Wang, and Crystal B. Schaaf. 2019. Using Remote Sensing to Monitor the Spring Phenology of Acadia National Park across Elevational Gradients. Biogeosciences.