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. in press.
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. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2626
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. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13224 [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. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajb2.1108 [pdf]
Stancioff, Esperanza, Beth Bisson, Sara Randall, Jessica Muhlin, Caitlin McDonough, and Susan Gallo. Signs of the Seasons: A New England Phenology Program. Maine Policy Review 26.2 (2017): 19-26. http://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mpr/vol26/iss2/5.
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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.07.027 [pdf]