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Journal Articles (1977-1989, 1990-1999, 2000-2009, 2010-2019)

McCune, B. 1977. Vegetation development on a low elevation talus slope in western Montana. Northwest Science 51:198-207.

McCune, B., and J. A. Antos. 1981. Correlations between forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana. Ecology 62:1196-1204.

McCune, B., and J. A. Antos. 1981. Diversity relations of forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 108:354-361.

McCune, B., and J. A. Antos. 1982. Epiphyte communities of the Swan Valley, Montana. Bryologist 85:1-12

McCune, B. 1982. Howellia aquatilis Gray. Madrono 29:123-124.

McCune, B. 1982. Lichens of the Swan Valley, Montana. Bryologist 85:13-21.

Antos, J. A., B. McCune, and C. Bara. 1982. The effect of fire on a pristine western Montana grassland. American Midland Naturalist 110:354-364.

McCune, B. 1983. Fire frequency reduced two orders of magnitude in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13:212-218.

McCune, B. 1984. Lichens with oceanic affinities in the Bitterroot Range, Idaho and Montana. Bryologist 87:4450.

McCune, B., and T. F. H. Allen. 1985. Will similar forests develop on similar sites? Canadian Journal of Botany 63:367-376.

McCune, B., and G. Cottam. 1985. The successional status of a southern Wisconsin oak woods. Ecology 66:1270-1278.

McCune, B. 1985. Sterile, yellowish lichen crusts on soil in North America. Evansia 2:23-35.

McCune, B., and T. F. H. Allen. 1985. Forest dynamics in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana. Canadian Journal of Botany 63:377-383.

McCune, B. 1986. PC-ORD: An integrated system for multivariate analysis of ecological data. Abstracta Botanica 10:221-225.

McCune, B. and E. S. Menges. 1986. Quality of historical data from Midwestern oldgrowth forests. American Midland Naturalist 116:163-172.

McCune, B. 1986. Root competition in a lowelevation grand fir forest in Montana: A trenching experiment. Northwest Science 60:52-54.

McCune, B. 1986. Ecological hierarchies. Bulletin Ecological Society of America 67:65-66.

McCune, B. 1987. Distribution of chemotypes of Rhizoplaca in North America. Bryologist 90:6-14.

Muir, P. and B. McCune. 1987. Index construction for foliar symptoms of air pollution injury. Plant Disease 71:558-565.

Kline L., and B. McCune. 1987. Factors affecting the distribution of Wolffia punctata and Wolffia columbiana (Lemnaceae). Northwest Science 61:41-43.

Stone, D. and B. McCune. 1988. Annual branching in the lichen Evernia prunastri. Bryologist 93:32-36.

McCune, B. , C. Cloonan, and T. V. Armentano. 1988. Tree mortality rates and vegetation dynamics in Hemmer Woods, Indiana. American Midland Naturalist 120:416-431.

McCune, B. 1988. Lichen communities along O3 and SO2 gradients in Indianapolis. Bryologist 91:223-228.

Muir, P. S. and B. McCune. 1988. Lichens, tree growth, and foliar symptoms of air pollution: Are the stories consistent? Journal of Environmental Quality 17:361-370.

McCune, B. 1988. Ecological diversity in North American pines. American Journal of Botany 75:353-368.

McCune, B. 1990. Rapid estimation of abundance of epiphytes on branches. Bryologist 93:39-43.

Lesica, P., B. McCune, S. V. Cooper, and W.S. Hong. 1991. Differences in lichen and bryophyte communities between old-growth and managed second-growth forests in the Swan Valley, Montana. Canadian Journal of Botany 69:1745-1755.

Böhm, M., B. McCune, and T. Vandetta. 1991. Diurnal curves of tropospheric ozone in the western United States. Atmospheric Environment 25A:1577-1590.

McCune, B. 1992. Components of error in predictions of species compositional change. Journal of Vegetation Science 3:27-34.

Rosentreter, R. and B. McCune. 1992. Vagrant Dermatocarpon in western North America. Bryologist 95:15-19.

McCune, B. and R. Rosentreter. 1992. Distribution and abundance of a rare lichen species, Texosporium sancti-jacobi. Bryologist 95:329-333.

Muir, P. S. and B. McCune. 1992. A dial quadrat for mapping herbaceous plants. Natural Areas Journal 12:136-138.

McCune, B. and P. Lesica. 1992. The trade-off between species capture and quantitative accuracy in ecological inventory of lichens and bryophytes in forests in Montana. Bryologist 95:296-304.

Muir, P. S. and B. McCune. 1993. Simulating ecological complexity using the example of pesticides in ecosystems. American Biology Teacher 55:165-169.

DeBolt, A. and B. McCune. 1993. Lichens of Glacier National Park, Montana. Bryologist 96:192-204.

McCune, B. 1993. Gradients in epiphyte biomass in three Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forests of different ages in western Oregon and Washington. Bryologist 96:405-411.

McCune, B. and C. L. Henckel. 1993. Tree mortality rates in two contrasting forests in Mammoth Cave National Park. Natural Areas Journal 13:115-123.

McCune, B. and R. Rosentreter. 1993. Improved spot tests for Bryoria. Evansia 10:58-50.

Goward, T. and B. McCune. 1993. Hypogymnia apinnata, a new lichen (Ascomycotina) from the Pacific Northwest of North America. Bryologist 96:450-453.

McCune, B. and W. J. Daly. 1994. Consumption and decomposition of lichen litter in a temperate coniferous rainforest. Lichenologist 26: 67-71.

McCune, B. 1994. Improving community analysis with the Beals smoothing function. Ecoscience 1: 82-86.

McCune, B. 1994. Using epiphyte litter to estimate epiphyte biomass. Bryologist 97:396-401.

Breuss, O. and B. McCune. 1994. Additions to the pyrenolichen flora of North America. Bryologist 97:365-370.

Peck, J. E., W. S. Hong, and B. McCune. 1995. Diversity of epiphytic bryophytes on three host tree species, Thermal Meadow, Hotsprings Island, Queen Charlotte Islands, Canada. Bryologist 98:123-128.

DeBolt, A. and B. McCune. 1995. Is netleaf hackberry a viable rehabilitation species for Idaho rangelands? Pp. 305-309 in Proceedings: wildland shrub and arid land restoration symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-GTR-315.

DeBolt, A. and B. McCune. 1995. Ecology of Celtis reticulata in Idaho. Great Basin Naturalist 55:237-248.

Böhm, M., B. McCune, T. Vandetta, and M. Flores. 1995. Ozone regimes in or near forests of the western United States: I. Regional patterns. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 45:477-489.

Böhm, M., B. McCune, and T. Vandetta. 1995. Ozone regimes in or near forests of the western United States. Part 2. Factors influencing regional patterns. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 45:235-246.

Riley, J., B. McCune, and P. Neitlich. 1995. Range extensions of Usnea sphacelata in Oregon and Washington. Evansia 12:24-26.

McCune, B. and R. Rosentreter. 1995. Distribution and ecology of Thelomma ocellatum in western North America. Evansia 12:103-106.

McCune, B., C. C. Derr, P. S. Muir, A. Shirazi, S. C. Sillett, and W. J. Daly. 1996. Lichen pendants for transplant and growth experiments. Lichenologist 28:161-169.  See correction for Equation 5.

Shirazi, A. M., P. S. Muir, and B. McCune. 1996. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of the lichens Lobaria oregana and L. pulmonaria. Bryologist 99:12-18.

Rosentreter, R. and B. McCune. 1996. Distribution and ecology of Teloschistes contortuplicatus in North America. Evansia 13:10-13.

McCune, B. 1996. Micarea botryoides new to North America. Evansia 13:65-66.

Goward, T., O. Breuss, B. Ryan, B. McCune, H. Sipman, and C. Scheidegger. 1996. Notes on the lichens and allied fungi of British Columbia. III. Bryologist 99:439-449.

Neitlich, P. and B. McCune. 1997. Hotspots of Epiphytic Lichen Diversity in Two Young Managed Forests. Conservation Biology 11:172-182.

McCune, B., K. A. Amsberry, F. J. Camacho, S. Clery, C. Cole, C. Emerson, G. Felder, P. French, D. Greene, R. Harris, M. Hutten, B. Larson, M. Lesko, S. Majors, T. Markwell, G. G. Parker, K. Pendergrass, E. B. Peterson, E. T. Peterson, J. Platt, J. Proctor, T. Rambo, A. Rosso, D. Shaw, R. Turner, and M. Widmer. 1997. Vertical Profile of Epiphytes in a Pacific Northwest Old-growth Forest. Northwest Science 71:145-152.

McCune, B., J. Dey, J. Peck, D. Cassell, K. Heiman, S. Will-Wolf, P. Neitlich. 1997. Repeatability of community data: species richness versus gradient scores in large-scale lichen studies. Bryologist 100:40-46.

McCune, B. 1997. Ptychographa, a lichen genus new to North America. Bryologist 100:239-240.

McCune, B. 1997. Lauderlindsaya, a parasitic fungus on Normandina, new to North America. Evansia 14:13.

McCune, B. 1997. Influence of noisy environmental data on canonical correspondence analysis. Ecology 78:2617-2623.

McCune, B. & R. Rosentreter. 1997. Hypogymnia subphysodes new to North America. Evansia 14:106.

McCune, B, J. Dey, J. Peck, K. Heiman, S. Will-Wolf. 1997. Regional gradients in lichen communities of the southeast United States. Bryologist 100: 145-158.

Peck, J. E., & B. McCune. 1997. Effects of green tree retention on epiphytic lichen communities: A retrospective approach. Ecological Applications 7:1181-1187.

Sillett, S. C. & B. McCune. 1998. Survival and growth of cyanolichen transplants in Douglas-fir forest canopies. Bryologist 101:21-31.

Peterson, E. B., D. M. Greene, B. McCune, E. T. Peterson, M. A. Hutten, P. Weisberg, & R. Rosentreter. 1998. Sulcaria badia, a rare lichen in western North America. Bryologist 101:112-115.

McCune, B. and R. Rosentreter. 1998. Macrolichens from Priest River Experimental Forest, Idaho. Evansia 14:37-42.

McCune, B. 1998. Hypotrachyna riparia, a new lichen from western North America. Bryologist 101:448-450.

Peck, J. E. & B. McCune. 1998. Commercial moss harvest in northwestern Oregon: biomass and accumulation of epiphytes. Biological Conservation 86:299-305.

McCune, B. and M. J. Mefford. 1999. PC-ORD. Multivariate Analysis of Ecological Data, Version 4.0. MjM Software Design, Gleneden Beach, Oregon. 237 pp.

Rosso, A. L., B. McCune, T. Tonsberg, and C. Printzen. 1999. Lichens of an old-growth forest in a little-explored area of western Oregon, U.S.A. Evansia 16:137-142.

Rosso, A. L., B. McCune, T. R. Rambo. 2000. Ecology and conservation of a rare, old-growth-associated canopy lichen in a silvicultural landscape. Bryologist 103:117-127.

Sillett, S. C., B. McCune, J. E. Peck, T. R. Rambo, and A. Ruchty. 2000. Dispersal limitations of epiphytic lichens result in species dependent on old-growth forests. Ecological Applications 10:789-799.

McCune, B. 2000. Lichen communities as indicators of forest health. Bryologist 103:353-356.

McCune, B., R. Rosentreter, J. M. Ponzetti, and D. C. Shaw. 2000. Epiphyte habitats in an old conifer forest in western Washington, USA. Bryologist 103:417-427.

Peck, J. E., J. Ford, B. McCune and W. Daly. 2000. Tethered transplants for estimating biomass growth rates of the Arctic lichen Masonhalea richardsonii. Bryologist 103:449-454.

Sillett, S. C., B. McCune, J. E. Peck, & T. R. Rambo. 2000. Four years of epiphyte colonization in Douglas-fir forest canopies. Bryologist 103:661-669.

Peterson, E. B., & B. McCune. 2001. Diversity and succession of epiphytic macrolichen communities in low-elevation managed conifer forests in western Oregon. Journal of Vegetation Science 12:511-524.

Tchabanenko, S. & B. McCune. 2001. Hypogymnia arcuata and H. sachalinensis, two new lichens from east Asia. Bryologist 104:146-150. (see also addendum below, Bryologist 105:507).

Ponzetti, J. M. and B. McCune. 2001. Biotic soil crusts of Oregon's shrub steppe: community composition in relation to soil chemistry, climate, and livestock activity. Bryologist 104:212-225.

Ruchty, A. M., A. L. Rosso, & B. McCune. 2001. Changes in epiphyte communities as the shrub, Acer circinatum, develops and ages. Bryologist 104:274-281.

McCune, B. & W. Obermayer. 2001. Typification of Hypogymnia hypotrypa and H. sinica. Mycotaxon 79:23-27.

Pedersen, B. F. and B. McCune. 2002. A non-invasive method for reconstructing the relative mortality rates of trees in mixed-age, mixed-species forests. Forest Ecology and Management 155:303-314.

Miadlikowska, J., B. McCune, & F. Lutzoni. 2002. Pseudocyphellaria perpetua, a new lichen from western North America. Bryologist 105:1-10.

McCune, B, F. Camacho, and J. Ponzetti. 2002. Three new species of Trapeliopsis on soil in western North America. Bryologist 105:78-85.

Martin, E., B. McCune, and J. Hutchinson. 2002. Distribution and morphological variation of Leptogium cellulosum and L. teretiusculum in the Pacific Northwest. Bryologist 105:358-362.

McCune, B., J. Hutchinson, and S. Berryman. 2002. Concentration of rare epiphytic lichens along large streams in a mountainous watershed in Oregon, U.S.A. Bryologist 105:439-450.

McCune, B. 2002. Hypogymnia bryophila, a new sorediate lichen species from Portugal. Bryologist 105:470-472.

McCune, B. and D. Keon. 2002. Equations for potential annual direct incident radiation and heat load. Journal of Vegetation Science 13:603-606. Get reprint and example equations.

McCune, B. and S. Tchabanenko. 2002. Addendum to description of Hypogymnia sachalinensis. Bryologist 105:507.

Rosso, A. L. & B. McCune. 2003. Exploring the effects of mollusk herbivory on an epiphytic lichen community. Evansia 20:15-21.

McCune, B., S. D. Berryman, J. H. Cissel, and A. I. Gitelman. 2003. Use of a smoother to forecast occurrence of epiphytic lichens under alternative forest management plans. Ecological Applications 13:1110-1123.

McCune, B., E. P. Martin, and L.-s. Wang. 2003. Five new species of Hypogymnia with rimmed holes from the Chinese Himalayas. Bryologist 106:226-234.

Peterson, E. B. & B. McCune. 2003. The importance of hotspots for lichen diversity in forests of western Oregon. Bryologist 106:246-256.

McCune, B. 2003. An unusual ammonia-affected lichen community on the Oregon coast. Evansia 20:132-137.

Antoine, M. E. & B. McCune. 2004. Contrasting fundamental and realized ecological niches with epiphytic lichen transplants in an old-growth Pseudotsuga forest. Bryologist 107:163-173.

Lesica, P. & B. McCune. 2004. Decline of arctic-alpine plants at the southern margin of their range following a decade of climatic warming. Journal of Vegetation Science 14:679-690.

Jovan, S. & B. McCune. 2004. Regional variation in epiphytic macrolichen communities in northern and central California forests. Bryologist 104:328-339.

McCune, B. & J. Ponzetti. 2005. Cercidospora soror and Rhizocarpon malenconianum from North America. Evansia 22:6-12.

Jovan, S. & B. McCune. 2005. Air-quality bioindication in the greater Central Valley of California, with epiphytic macrolichen communities. Ecological Applications 15:1712-1726.

McCune, B., T. Ahti, & C. M. Duncan. 2006. Hypogymnia incurvoides (Parmeliaceae), a little-known Russian species discovered in eastern North America. Bryologist 109:85-88.

Ponzetti, J. M. and B. McCune. 2006. A new species of Bactrospora from northwestern North America. Bryologist 109:85-88.

Jovan, S. & B. McCune. 2006. Using epiphytic macrolichen communities for biomonitoring ammonia in forests of the greater Sierra Nevada, California. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 170:69-93.

Will-Wolf, S., B. McCune & P.-A. Esseen. 2006. Contributions of lichen ecology to understanding and managing ecosystems. Journal of Vegetation Science 17:123-124.

Holt, E. A., B. McCune & P. Neitlich. 2006. Defining a successional metric for lichen communities in Arctic tundra. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 38:373-377.

Berryman, S. & B. McCune. 2006. Estimating epiphytic macrolichen biomass from topography, stand structure and lichen community data. Journal of Vegetation Science 17:157-170.

Berryman, S. & B. McCune. 2006. Epiphytic lichens along gradients in topography and stand structure in western Oregon, USA. Pacific Northwest Fungi 1(2):1-38.

McCune, B. 2006. Non-parametric habitat models with automatic interactions. Journal of Vegetation Science 17: 819-830.

McCune, B. 2006. Hypogymnia schizidiata, sponsorship for the CALS conservation committee. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 13:42-44.

Holt, E. A., B. McCune, and P. Neitlich. 2007. Succession and community gradients of arctic macrolichens and their relation to substrate, topography, and rockiness. Pacific Northwest Fungi 2(2):1-21.

McCune, B., J. Grenon, L. S. Mutch, and E. P. Martin. 2007. Lichens in relation to management issues in the Sierra Nevada national parks. Pacific Northwest Fungi 2(3): 1-29. doi: 10.2509/pnwf.2007.002.003.

McCune, B., T. Tonsberg, and T. Ahti. 2007. Hypogymnia incurvoides new to Scandinavia and the Appalachian Mountains. Graphis Scripta 19:10-12.

McCune, B. 2007. Improved estimates of incident radiation and heat load using non-parametric regression against topographic variables. Journal of Vegetation Science 18:751-754. Download pdf. Download Appendices 1 and 2.

McCune, B., K. Glew, P. Nelson, and J. Villella. 2007. Lichens from the Matterhorn and Ice Lake, northeastern Oregon. Evansia 24:72-75.

McCune, B. 2007. Parmelia skultii new to the lower 48 States. Evansia 24:76.

Ponzetti, J., B. McCune & D. A. Pyke. 2007. Biotic soil crusts in relation to topography, cheatgrass and fire in the Columbia Basin, Washington. Bryologist 110: 706-722.

Derr, C. C., B. McCune & L. H. Geiser. 2007. Epiphytic macrolichen communities in Pinus contorta peatlands in southeastern Alaska. Bryologist 110: 521–532.

Goward, T. & B. McCune. 2007. Hypogymnia canadensis (Parmeliaceae), a new lichen from the Pacific Coast of North America. Bryologist 110: 808-811.

Kofranek, D. & B. McCune. 2008. Umbilicaria hirsuta (lichenized Ascomycetes) new to Oregon. North American Fungi 3(1):1-3. doi: 10.2509/naf2008.003.001

McCune, B., S. Jovan and A. Hardman. 2008. Changes in forage lichen biomass after insect outbreaks and fuel reduction treatments in the Blue Mountains, Oregon. North American Fungi 3(4): 1-15. doi: 10.2509/naf2008.003.004

Holt, E.A., B. McCune and P. Neitlich. 2008. Grazing and fire impacts on macrolichen communities of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, U.S.A. The Bryologist. 111:68-83.

Holt, E. A., B.McCune and P.Neitlich. 2008. Spatial scale of GIS-derived categorical variables affects their ability to separate sites by community composition. Applied Vegetation Science 11:421-430. doi: 10.3170/2008-7-18521

Kayes, L. J., K. Van Wormer, D. Kofranek, K. Sale, and B. McCune. 2008. Chemical variation of Usnea longissima Ach. in the central Oregon Coast Range. North American Fungi 3(5):1-10. doi: 10.2509/naf2008.003.005

McCune, B. 2008. Three new species of Hypogymnia (Ascomycota:Parmeliaceae) from the Bering Sea region, Alaska and Russia. North American Fungi 3(6): 1-10. doi: 10.2509/naf2008.003.006

McCune, B. and B. A. Caldwell. 2009. A single phosphorus treatment doubles growth of cyanobacterial lichen transplants. Ecology 90:567-570.

McCune, B. and C. Schoch. 2009. Hypogymnia minilobata (Parmeliaceae), a new lichen from coastal California. Bryologist 112:94-100.

McCune, B. and S. Altermann. 2009. Letharia gracilis (Parmeliaceae), a new species from California and Oregon. Bryologist 112:375-378.

Holt, E. A., B.McCune and P.Neitlich. 2009. Macrolichen communities in relation to soils and vegetation in Noatak National Preserve, Alaska. Botany 87:241-252.

McCune, B., E. Holt, P. Neitlich, T. Ahti, and R. Rosentreter. 2009. Macrolichen Diversity in Noatak National Preserve, Alaska. North American Fungi 4(4):1-22. doi: 10.2509/naf2009.004.004

McCune, B. and J. Stone. 2009. Leightoniomyces phillipsii, a synnematous soil-dwelling hyphomycete new to North America. North American Fungi 4(5):1-4 . doi: 10.2509/naf2009.004.005

McCune, B. 2009. Hypogymnia (Parmeliaceae) species new to Japan and Taiwan. Bryologist 112:823-826.

Wei, X. L., B. McCune, L. S. Wang, & J. C. Wei. 2010. Hypogymnia magnifica (Parmeliaceae), a new lichen from southwest China. Bryologist 113:120-123. doi: 10.1639/0007-2745-113.1.120

Stone, D., and B. McCune. 2010. Collema quadrifidum, a new epiphytic lichen species from the Pacific Northwest of the United States. North American Fungi 5(2):1-6 .  doi: 10.2509/naf2010.005.002

Hardman, A. & B. McCune. 2010. Bryoid layer response to soil disturbance by fuel reduction treatments in a dry conifer forest. Bryologist 113:235-245.

Root, H., B. McCune & P. Neitlich. 2010. Lichen habitat may be enhanced by thinning treatmetns in young Tsuga heterophylla - Pseudotsuga menziesii forests. Bryologist 113:292-307.

Hansen, E. S. & B. McCune. 2010. The lichen genus Hypogymnia in Greenland. Folia Cryptogamica Estonica 47:13-20.

Root, H. T. & B. McCune. 2010. Forest floor lichen and bryophyte communities in thinned young Tsuga-Pseudotsuga forests of Oregon, Bryologist 113:619-630.

Lintz, H. E., B. McCune, A. N. Gray, K. A. McCulloh. 2011. Quantifying ecological thresholds from response surfaces. Ecological Modelling 222: 427-436. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2010.10.017

McCune, B. & J. Ponzetti. 2011. Bactrospora cascadensis, an uncommon epiphytic lichen new to Alaska. North American Fungi 6(1): 1-3. doi: 10.2509/naf2011.006.001

Lumbsch, H. T. & many authors. 2011. One hundred new species of lichenized fungi: a signature of undiscovered global diversity. Phytotaxa 18: 1–127.

McCune, B. 2011. Hypogymnia irregularis (Ascomycota: Parmeliaceae) -- a new species from Asia. Mycotaxon 115: 485-494. doi: 10.5248/115.485

McCune B. & C. Printzen. 2011. Distribution and climatic niches of the Lecanora varia group in western U.S.A. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 106:225-234.

Miadlikowska, J., C. L. Schoch, S. A. Kageyama, K. Molnar, F. Lutzoni & B. McCune. 2011. Hypogymnia phylogeny, including Cavernularia, reveals biogeographic structure. The Bryologist 114:392-400. doi:10.1639/0007-2745-114.2.392

McCune, B., C. Schoch, H. T. Root, S. A. Kageyama & J. Miadlikowska. 2011. Geographic, climatic, and chemical differentiation in the Hypogymnia imshaugii species complex (Parmeliaceae). Bryologist 114:526-544. doi:10.1639/0007-2745-114.3.526

Root, H. T., J. E. D. Miller & B. McCune. 2011. Biotic soil crust lichen diversity and conservation in shrub-steppe habitats of Oregon and Washington. Bryologist 114:796-812.

Miller, J. E. D., B. McCune, D. Kofranek, J. Villella, R. Demmer, K. Mergenthaler & A. C. Barber. 2011. Lichens from South Slough and Horsfall Dunes on the southern Oregon coast. Evansia 28:92-99.

McCune, B. 2012. The identity of Hypogymnia delavayi (Parmeliaceae) and its impact on H. alpina and H. yunnanensis. Opuscula Philolichenum 11: 11-18.

Root, H. T. & B. McCune. 2012. Regional patterns of biological soil crust lichen species composition related to vegetation, soils, and climate in Oregon, USA. Journal of Arid Environments 79:93-100.

Smith, R. J., E. Alphandary, R. Arvidson, G. Bono, B. Chipman, A. Corkery, J. DiMeglio, K. Hansen, K. Isch, J. McAlpine, C. Marks-Fife, B. Mead, D. Miller, N. Nolte, A. Ottombrino, T. Prior, J. Streich, S. Theis, S. Vandruff, C. Wesseler, K. Wesseler, M. Wiseman & B. McCune. 2012. Rare inland reindeer lichens at Mima Mounds in southwest Washington State. North American Fungi 7(3): 1-25.

Root, H. T. & B. McCune. 2012. Surveying for biotic soil crust lichens of shrub steppe habitats in the Columbia Basin. North American Fungi 7(7): 1-21.

McCune, B. & M. J. Curtis. 2012. Umbilicaria semitensis (lichenized fungi: Umbilicariaceae) resurrected. Bryologist 115:255–264.

McCune, B., P. K. Divakar & D. K. Upreti. 2012. Hypogymnia in the Himalayas of India and Nepal. Lichenologist 44:595-609.

Lücking, R. & B. McCune. 2012. Graphis pergracilis new to North America, and a new name for Graphis britannica sensu Staiger auct. Evansia 29:77-84.

Root, H. T., M. McCune & B. McCune. 2013. Wind farm potential is higher in prime habitat for uncommon soil crust lichens. Ecological Processes 2:10 1-8.

Knudsen, K. & B. McCune. 2013. A new squamulose Sarcogyne from Oregon. North American Fungi 8(8): 1-6.

Knudsen, K., J. Kocourkova & B. McCune. 2013. Sarcogyne mitziae (Acarosporaceae), a new species from biotic soil crusts in western North America. Bryologist 116:122-126.

Lintz, H. E., A. N Gray & B. McCune. 2013. Effect of inventory method on niche models: Random versus systematic error. Ecological Informatics 18:20–34.

Villella, J., S. Loring & B. McCune. 2013. The lichens of southwest Oregon's Illinois River watershed. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 20:33-48.

Nelson, P. R, C. Roland, M. J. Macander & B. McCune. 2013. Detecting continuous lichen abundance for mapping winter caribou forage at landscape spatial scales. Remote Sensing of Environment (in press).

Hutten, M., U. Arup, O. Breuss, T. L. Esslinger, A. M. Fryday, K. Knudsen, J. C. Lendemer, C. Printzen, H. T. Root, M. Schultz, J. Sheard, T. Tønsberg, & B. McCune. 2013. Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California. North American Fungi 8(11):1-47.

Alphandary, E. & B. McCune. 2013. A new chemical spot test for miriquidic acid. Lichenologist 45:697-699.

Book Chapters

McCune, B. and E. W. Beals. 1993. History of the development of Bray-Curtis ordination. Pgs 67-80 in J.S. Fralish, R.P. McIntosh, and O.L. Loucks (eds). John T. Curtis: Fifty Years of Wisconsin Plant Ecology, Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Madison, WI.

Smith, C., L. Geiser, L. Gough, B. McCune, B. Ryan, and R. Showman. 1993. Species and communities. Chapter 4 in Lichen as Bioindicators of Air Quality. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-224.

McCune, B., and J. P. Dey. 1994. Chapter 7. Lichen Communities. Pages 7.1-7.14 in TallentHalsell, N.G. (editor), Forest Health Monitoring Field Methods Guide. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C. EPA/620/R94/027.

McCune, B., R. Rosentreter, and A. DeBolt. 1997. Biogeography of rare lichens from the coast of Oregon. Pages 234-241 in Conservation and Management of Native Flora and Fungi. T. N. Kaye et al., editors. Native Plant Society of Oregon, Corvallis.

Peck, J. E. and B. McCune. 1997. Moss harvest: what's out there and how fast does it grow? Pages 261-266 in Conservation and Management of Native Flora and Fungi. T. N. Kaye et al., editors. Native Plant Society of Oregon, Corvallis.

McCune, B. 1998. Lichens of granitic peaks in the Bitterroot Range, Montana and Idaho, USA. Pp. 281-294 in M. G. Glenn, R. C. Harris, R. Dirig, and M. S. Cole, editors, Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson. Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca, New York.

McCune, B. 2002. Hypogymnia. Pages 228-238 in Nash, T. H., III, B. D. Ryan, C. Gries, & F. Bungartz. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Lichens Unlimited, Tempe, Arizona.

Will-Wolf, S., C. Scheidegger, and B. McCune. 2002. Methods for monitoring biodiversity and ecosystem function. Monitoring scenarios, sampling strategies and data quality. Pages 147-162 in P. L. Nimis, C. Scheidegger, and P. A. Wolseley, editors, Monitoring with Lichens -- Monitoring Lichens. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Will-Wolf, S., D. L. Hawksworth, B. McCune, R. Rosentreter, and H. J. M. Sipman. 2004. Lichenized Fungi. Chapter 9 (pp. 173-195) in Biodiversity of Fungi. Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam.

Printzen, C. and B. McCune. 2004. Trapeliopsis. Pages 538-541 in Nash, T. H., III, B. D. Ryan, C. Gries, & F. Bungartz. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region, Vol. 2. Lichens Unlimited, Tempe, Arizona.