(Listed in reverse chronological order)
Colgan D. 2019. One of California’s iconic tree species offers lessons for conservation. Environment and Climate, Top UCLA News. pdf
Mead A, JM Peñaloza-Ramírez, MK Bartlett, JW Wright, L Sack, VL Sork. 2019. Seedling response to water stress in valley oak (Quercus lobata) is shaped by different gene networks across populations. Molecular Ecology, 00:1-17. pdf
Burge DO, VT Parker, M Mulligan, VL Sork. 2019. Influence of a climatic gradient on genetic exchange between two oak species. American Journal of Botany, 106(6):864-878. pdf
Browne L, JW Wright, S Fitz-Gibbon, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2019. Adaptational lag to temperature in valley oak (Quercus lobata) can be mitigated by genome-informed assisted gene flow. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1908771116. pdf
Gugger PF, CT Liang, VL Sork, P Hodgskiss, JW Wright. 2018. Applying landscape genomic tools to forest management and restoration of Hawaiian koa (Acacia koa) in a changing environment. Evolutionary Applications, 11: 231–242. pdf
Zhao J, S Werth, M Ikegami, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2018. Historical interactions are predicted to be disrupted under future climate change: The case of lace lichen and valley oak. Journal of Biogeography, 1–11. pdf
Wanderley AM, IC Sobreira Machado, E Mendonca de Almeida, L Pessoa Felix, Leonardo Galetto, AM Benko-Iseppon, VL Sork. 2018. The roles of geography and environment in divergence within and between two closely related plant species inhabiting an island-like habitat. Journal of Biogeography, 45: 381–393. pdf
Oney-Birol S, S Fitz-Gibbon, J Chen, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2018. Assessment of shared alleles in drought-associated candidate genes among southern California white oak species (Quercus sect. Quercus). BMC Genetics, 19: 88-100. pdf
Cannon CH, O Brendel, M Deng, AL Hipp, A Kremer, C Kua, C Plomion, J Romero-Severson, VL Sork. 2018. Gaining a global perspective on Fagaceae genomic diversification and adaptation. New Phytologist, 218: 894–897. pdf
Kim BY, X Wei, S Fitz-Gibbon, KE Lohmueller, J Ortego, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2018. RADseq data reveal ancient, but not pervasive, introgression between Californian tree and scrub oak species (Quercus sect. Quercus: Fagaceae). Molecular Ecology, 27: 4556–4571. pdf
Martins K, PF Gugger, J Llanderal-Mendoza, A González-Rodríguez, ST Fitz-Gibbon, J Zhao, H Rodríguez-Correa, K Oyama, VL Sork. 2018. Landscape genomics provides evidence of climate-associated genetic variation in Mexican populations of Quercus rugosa. Evolutionary Applications, 11: 1842–1858. pdf
Browne L, K Ottewell, VL Sork, J Karubian. 2018. The relative contributions of seed and pollen dispersal to gene flow and genetic diversity in seedlings of a tropical palm. Molecular Ecology, 27: 3159–3173. pdf
Sork VL. 2018. Genomic Studies of Local Adaptation in Natural Plant Populations. Journal of Heredity, 109(1): 3-15. pdf
Ortego J, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2017. Impacts of human-induced environmental disturbances on hybridization between two ecologically differentiated Californian oak species. New Phytologist, 213: 942–955. pdf
Ortego J, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2017. Genomic data reveal cryptic lineage diversification and introgression in Californian golden cup oaks (section Protobalanus) New Phytologist, pdf
Fitz-Gibbon S, A Hipp A, K Pham, P Manos, VL Sork. 2017. Phylogenomic inferences from reference-mapped and de novo assembled short-read sequence data using RADseq sequencing of California white oaks (Quercus subgenus Quercus). Genome, 60: 743-755. pdf
Peguero G, R Bonal, D Sol, A Muñoz, VL Sork, JM Espelta. 2017. Tropical insect diversity: evidence of greater host specialization in seed-feeding weevils. Ecology, 98(8):2180-2190. pdf
Gugger PF, JM Peñaloza-Ramírez, JW Wright, VL Sork. 2016. Whole-transcriptome response to experimental water stress treatment in valley oak, Quercus lobata. Tree Physiology, 00: 1-13. pdf
Sork VL, ST Fitz-Gibbon, D Puiu, M Crepeau, PF Gugger, R Sherman, K Stevens, CH Langley, M Pellegrini, SL Salzberg. 2016. First draft assembly and annotation of the genome of a California endemic oak, Quercus lobata Née (Fagaceae). G3: Genes| Genomes| Genetics, 11: 3485-3495. pdf
Sork VL, J Ortego, E Riordan, PF Gugger, S Fitz-Gibbon, X Wei. 2016. Phylogeny and introgression of California scrub white oaks (Quercus sect. Quercus). International Oaks Journal 27: 61-74. pdf
Sork VL, PF Gugger, Chen JM, S Werth. 2016. Evolutionary lessons from California plant phylogeography. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(29):8064–8071. pdf
Chen JM, S Werth, VL Sork. 2016. Comparison of phylogeographical structures of a lichen-forming fungus and its green algal photobiont in Western North America. Journal of Biogeography, 43: 932–943. pdf
Gugger PF, S. Fitz-Gibbon, M. Pellegrini, VL Sork. 2016. Species-wide patterns of DNA methylation variation in Quercus lobata and their association with climate gradients. Molecular Ecology, 25: 1665–1680. pdf
Verhoeven, KJF, BM Vonholdt, VL Sork. 2016. Epigenetics in ecology and evolution: what we know and what we need to know. Molecular Ecology, 25: 1631-1638.
Verhoeven, K.J., BM Vonholdt, VL Sork. (Co-editors). 2016. Special Issue: Epigenetic studies in Ecology and Evolution. Molecular Ecology, volume 25, issue 8.
Gugger PF, SJ Cokus, M Pellegrini, VL Sork. 2016. Association of transcriptome-wide sequence variation with climate gradients in valley oak (Quercus lobata). Tree Genetics and Genomics 12: 1-14.
Bonal, R, JM Espelta, A Muñoz, J Ortego, JM Aparicio, K Gaddis, VL Sork. 2016. Diversity in insect seed parasite guilds at large geographical scale: the roles of host specificity and spatial distance. Journal of Biogeography. 43: 1620–1630. pdf
Sork VL, K Squire, PF Gugger, E Levy, S Steele, AJ Eckert. 2016. Landscape genomic analysis of candidate genes for climate adaption in a California endemic oak, Quercus lobata. American Journal of Botany 103: 33-46. pdf
Riordan EC, PF Gugger, J Ortego, C Smith, K Gaddis, P Thompson, VL Sork. 2016. Association of genetic and phenotypic variability with geography and climate in three southern California oaks. American Journal of Botany 103(1): 73-85. pdf
Delfino-Mix A, JW Wright, PF Gugger, C Liang, VL Sork. 2015. Establishing a range-wide provenance test in valley oak (Quercus lobata Née) at two California sites. Proceedings of the 7th California Oak Symposium: Managing Oak Woodlands in a Dynamic World. Visalia, CA. Pages 413-424. pdf
Ortego J, V Noguerales, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2015. Evolutionary and demographic history of the Californian scrub white oak species complex: an integrative approach. Molecular Ecology 24: 6188-6208. pdf
Albarrán-Lara AL, JW Wright, PF Gugger, A Delfino-Mix, JM Peñaloza Ramírez, VL Sork. 2015. Phenotypic variation in California populations of valley oak (Quercus lobata Née) Sampled Along Elevation Gradients. Proceedings of the 7th California Oak Symposium: Managing Oak Woodlands in a Dynamic World. Visalia, CA. Pages 433-445. pdf
Sork, VL. 2015. Gene flow and natural selection shape spatial patterns of genes in tree populations: implications for evolutionary processes and applications. Evolutionary Applications 9: 291-310. pdf
Sork VL, PE Smouse, D Grivet, Scofield DG. 2015. Impact of asymmetric male and female gamete disersal on allelic diversity and spatial genetic structure in valley oak (Quercus lobata Née). Evolutionary Ecology 29: 927-945. pdf
Cokus SJ, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2015. Evolutionary insights from de novo transcriptome assembly and SNP discovery in California white oaks. BMC Genomics 16:552. pdf
Platt A, PF Gugger, M Pellegrini, VL Sork. 2015. Genome-wide signature of local adaptation linked to variable CpG methylation in oak populations. Molecular Ecology 24: 3823-3830. pdf
Ortego J, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2015. Climatically stable landscapes predict patterns of genetic structure and admixture in the Californian canyon live oak. Journal of Biogeography 42:328-338.
Thompson PT, PE Smouse, DG Scofield, VL Sork. 2014. What seeds tell us about birds: a multi-year analysis of acorn woodpecker foraging movements. Movement Ecology 2(12): 1-10. pdf
Aguilar-Barajas, E, VL Sork, A González-Zamora, V Rocha-Ramírez, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, K Oyama. 2014 . Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in Spondias radlkoferi (Anacardiaceae). Applications in plant sciences, 2(11).
Werth S, VL Sork. 2014. Ecological specialization in Trebouxia (Trebouxiophyceae) photobionts of Ramalina menziesii (Ramalinaceae) across six range-covering ecoregions of western North America. American Journal of Botany 101(7): 1127-1140. pdf
Sork VL, S Werth. 2014. Phylogeography of Ramalina menziesii, a widely distributed lichen-forming fungus in western North America. Molecular Ecology 23: 2326-2339. pdf
Ortego J, PF Gugger, EC Riordan, VL Sork. 2014. Influence of climatic niche suitability and geographical overlap on hybridization patterns among southern Californian oaks. Journal of Biogeography 41:1895-1908. pdf
Gaddis KD, HL Zukin, IA Dieterich, E Braker, VL Sork. 2013. Effect of clonal reproduction on genetic structure in Pentaclethra macroloba (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae). International Journal of Tropical Biology 62(2): 443-454. pdf
Moroney J, PW Rundel, VL Sork. 2013. Phenotypic plasticity and differentiation in fitness-related traits in invasive populations of the Mediterranean forb, Centaurea melitensis (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany 100: 2040-2051.
Gugger P, M Ikegami, VL Sork. 2013. Influence of late Quaternary climate change on present patterns of genetic variation in valley oak, Quercus lobata Née. Molecular Ecology 22: 3598-3612. pdf
Andrew RL, L Bernatchez, A Bonin, CA Buerkle, BC Carstens, BC Emerson, D Garant, T Giraud, NC Kane, SM Rogers, J Slate, H Smith, VL Sork, GN Stone, TH Vines, L Waits, A Widmer, LH Rieseberg. 2013. A road map for molecular ecology. Molecular Ecology 22: 2605-2626. pdf
Herrera-Arroyo ML, VL Sork, A Gonzalez, V Rocha-Ramírez, E Vega, K Oyama. 2013. Seed mediated connectivity among fragmented populations of Quercus castanea in a Mexican landscape. American Journal of Botany 100: 1663-1671
Petit RJ, J Carlson, AL Curtu, M-L Loustau, C Plomion, A Gonzalez-Rodrıguez, V Sork, A Ducousso. 2013. Fagaceae trees as models to integrate ecology, evolution and genomics. IUFRO Conference, Genetics of Fagaceae and Nothofagaceae, in Bordeaux, France, October 2012. New Phytologist 197: 369–371 pdf
Sork VL, SN Aitken, RJ Dyer, AJ Eckert, P Legendre, DB Neale. 2013. Putting the landscape into the genomics of trees: approaches for understanding local adaptation and population responses to changing climate. Tree Genetics and Genomics 9:901-911. pdf
Scofield DG, PE Smouse, J Karubian, VL Sork. 2012. Use of Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Diversity Measures to Characterize Seed Dispersal by Animals. The American Naturalist 180(6):719-732. pdf
Gonzalez-Zamora A, V Arroyo-Rodriguez, K Oyama, V Sork, CA Chapman, KE Stoner. 2012. Sleeping Sites and Latrines of Spider Monkeys in Continuous and Fragmented Rainforests: Implications for Seed Dispersal and Forest Regeneration. PLOS ONE 7(10):1-11. pdf
Ortego J, EC Riordan, PF Gugger, VL Sork. 2012. Influence of environmental heterogeneity on genetic diversity and structure in an endemic southern Californian oak. Molecular Ecology 21: 3210-3223. pdf
Robledo-Arnuncio JJ, D Grivet, PE Smouse, VL Sork 2012. PSA: software for parental structure analysis of seed or seedling patches. Molecular Ecology Resources 12(6):1180-1189. pdf
Smouse PE, VL Sork, DG Scofield, D Grivet. 2012. Using Seedling and Pericarp Tissues to Determine Maternal Parentage of Dispersed Valley Oak Recruits. Journal of Heredity 103(2): 250-259. pdf
Rosas F, M Quesada, JA Lobo, VL Sork. 2011. Effects of habitat fragmentation on pollen flow and genetic diversity of the endangered tropical tree Swietenia humilis (Meliaceae). Biological Conservation 144:3082-3088
Scofield DG, VR Alfaro, VL Sork, D Grivet, E Martinez, J Papp, AR Pluess, WD Koenig, PE Smouse. 2011. Foraging patterns of acorn woodpeckers (Melanerpes formicivorus) on valley oak (Quercus lobata Née) in two California oak savanna-woodlands. Oecologia 166:187-196.pdf
Sanchez-Humanes B, VL Sork, J Maria Espelta. 2011. Trade-offs between vegetative growth and acorn production in Quercus lobata during a mast year: the relevance of crop size and hierarchical level within the canopy. Oecologia 166:101-110. pdf
Sork VL and L Waits. 2010. Contributions of landscape genetics – approaches, insights, and future potential. Molecular Ecology 19: 3489–3495. pdf
Sork VL, FW Davis, R Westfall, A Flint, M Ikegami, HF Wang, D Grivet. 2010. Gene movement and genetic association with regional climate gradients in California valley oak (Quercus lobata Née) in the face of climate change. Molecular Ecology 19:3806–3823.pdf
Waits L, VL Sork 2010. (Co-editors). Special Issue on Landscape Genetics. Molecular Ecology volume 19
Wang H, VL Sork, J Wu, J Ge. 2010. Effect of patch size and isolation on mating patterns and seed production in an urban population of Chinese Pine (Pinus tabulaeformis Carr.). Forest Ecology and Management 260: 965-974. pdf
Werth S and VL Sork. 2010. Identity and genetic structure of the photobiont of the epiphytic lichen Ramalina menziesii on three oak species in southern California. American Journal of Botany 97:821-830.pdf
Scofield DG, VL Sork, PE Smouse. 2010. Influence of acorn woodpecker social behaviour on transport of coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) acorns in a southern California oak savanna. Journal of Ecology 98:561-572.pdf
Karubian J, VL Sork, T Roorda, R. Durães, TB Smith. 2010. Destination-based seed dispersal homogenizes genetic structure of a tropical palm. Molecular Ecology 19:1743-1745.pdf
Grivet D, Robledo-Arnuncio JJ, Smouse PE, VL Sork. 2009. Relative contribution of contemporary pollen and seed dispersal to the effective parental size of seedling population of California valley oak (Quercus lobata, Née). Molecular Ecology 18:3967-3979. pdf
Pluess AR, VL Sork, B Dolan, FW Davis, D Grivet, K Merg, J Papp, PE Smouse. 2009. Short distance pollen movement in a wind-pollinated tree, Quercus lobata (Fagaceae). Forest Ecology and Management 258: 735-744 pdf
Sork VL, FW Davis, D Grivet. 2009. Incorporating genetic information into conservation planning for California valley oak. Pages 497-509 in Merenlender A, D McCreary, KL Purcell KL (Technical editors). Proceedings of the sixth California oak symposium: today’s challenges, tomorrow’s opportunities. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-217. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.pdf
Werth S, VL Sork. 2008. Local genetic structure in a North American epiphytic lichen, Ramalina menziesii</em (Ramalinaceae). American Journal of Botany 95(5):1-9.pdf
Grivet D, VL Sork, RD Westfall, FW Davis. 2008. Conserving the evolutionary potential of California valley oak (Quercus lobata Née): a multivariate genetic approach to conservation planning. Molecular Ecology 17:139-156.pdf
Wang BC, VL Sork, MT Leong, TB Smith. 2007. Repercussions of hunting mammals on seed removal and dispersal of the Afrotropical tree, Antrocaryon klaineanum (Anacardiaceae). Biotropica 39:340-347.
Fernandez-M JF, VL Sork. 2007. Genetic variation in fragmented forest stands of the Andean oak Quercus humboldtii Bonpl. (Fagaceae). Biotropica 39:72-78.
Austerlitz F, C Dutech, PE Smouse, F Davis, VL Sork. 2007. Estimating anisotropic pollen dispersal: a case study in Quercus lobata. Heredity, 99:193-204. pdf
Fernández-M JF, J Idol, VL Sork. 2006. Mating patterns of black oak Quercus velutina (Fagaceae) in a Missouri oak- hickory forest. J. Heredity 97: 451-455
Grivet D, M-F Deguilloux, RJ Petit, VL Sork. 2006. Contrasting patterns of historical colonization in white oaks (Quercus spp.) in California and Europe. Molecular Ecology 15: 4085-4093. pdf
Sork VL and PE Smouse. 2006. Genetic analysis of landscape connectivity in tree populations. Landscape Ecology 21:821-836. pdf
Valbuena-Carabaña M, SC González-Martínez, VL Sork, C Collada, A Soto, PG Goicoechea, L Gil. 2005. Gene flow and hybridisation in a mixed oak forest [Quercus pyrenaica Willd. and Q. petraea (Matts.) Liebl.] in central Spain. Heredity 87: 680–690
Fernández-M JF and VL Sork. 2005. Mating patterns in a subdivided population of the Andean oak (Quercus humboldtii Bonpl., Fagaceae). J. Heredity 96: 635-643.
Grivet D, PE Smouse, VL Sork. 2005. A novel approach to an old problem: tracking dispersed seeds. Molecular Ecology 14:3585–3595.pdf
Dutech C, VL Sork, AJ Irwin, PE Smouse, FW Davis. 2005. Gene flow and fine-scale genetic structure in a wind-pollinated tree species, Quercus lobata (Fagaceae). American Journal of Botany 92(2):252-261.pdf
Sork VL, PE Smouse, VJ Apsit, RJ Dyer, RD Westfall. 2005. A two-generation analysis of pollen pool genetic structure in flowering dogwood Cornus florida (Cornaceae), in the Missouri Ozarks. American Journal of Botany 92(2):262-271. pdf
Smouse PE and VL Sork. 2005. Measuring pollen flow in forest trees: an exposition of alternative approaches. Forest Ecology and Management 197:21-38.pdf
Dyer RJ, RD Westfall, VL Sork, PE Smouse. 2004. Two-generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape V: a stepwise approach for extracting factors contributing to pollen structure. Heredity 92:204-211.pdf
Austerlitz F, CW Dick, C Dutech, EK Klein, S Oddou-Muratorio, PE Smouse, VL Sork. 2004. Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve. Molecular Ecology 13: 937-954.pdf
Liebhold A, VL Sork, M Peltonen, W Koenig, O Bjørnstad, R Westfall, J Elkinton, J Knops. 2004. Within-population spatial synchrony in mast seeding of North American oaks. Oikos 104:154-164.pdf
Buonaccorsi JP, J Elkinton, W Koenig, RP Duncan, D Kelly, VL Sork. 2003. Measuring mast seeding behavior: relationships among population variation, individual variation and synchrony. Journal of Theoretical Biology 224:107-114. pdf
Hochwender CG, VL Sork, RJ Marquis. 2003. Fitness consequences of herbivory on Quercus alba. American Midland Naturalist 150:246-253.
Koenig WD, D Kelly, VL Sork, RP Duncan, JS Elkinton, MS Peltonen, RD Westfall. 2003. Dissecting components of population-level variation in seed production and the evolution of masting behavior. Oikos 102: 581-591.
Kelly D, VL Sork. 2002. Mast seeding in perennial plants: why, how, where? Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 33:427-447.pdf
Sork VL, FW Davis, PE Smouse, VJ Apsit, RJ Dyer, J Fernandez-M, B Kuhn. 2002. Pollen movement in declining populations of California Valley Oak, Quercus lobata: Where have all the fathers gone? Molecular Ecology 11: 1657-1668.pdf
Sork VL, FW Davis, RJ Dyer, PE Smouse. 2002. Mating patterns in a savanna population of Valley oak, (Quercus lobata Née). Pp 427- 440 in Standiford, R.B. McCreary, D; Purcell, K.L. (technical coordinators). Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Oaks in California’s Changing Landscape. 2001 October 22-25; San Diego, CA. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-184. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 427-444.pdf
Dyer RJ and VL Sork. 2001. The effects of autocorrelated patterns among adults on pollen pool differentiation. Pages 89-93 in B Degen, MD Loveless, A Kremer (eds). Modeling and experimental research on genetic processes in tropical and temperate forests. Embrapa Amazonia Oriental. Belém PA, Brazil.
Apsit VJ, VL Sork, RJ Dyer. 2002. Patterns of mating in an insect-pollinated tree species in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (MOFEP). Pages 213-227 in Shifley, R Stephen and JM Kabrick (eds.). Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post-treatment results of the landscape experiment, 2000 October 17-18, St. Louis, MO. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-227. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station: 228 pp.
Gram WK, VL Sork, RJ Marquis, RB Renken, RL Clawson, J Faaborg, DK Fantz, J LeCorff, J Lill, PA Porneluzi. 2002. Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest. P. 227 in Shifley, R Stephen, JM Kabrick, (eds.). Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post- treatment results of the landscape experiment, 2000 October 17-18, St. Louis, MO. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-227.
St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station: 228 pp. (Abstract reprinted from below).
Gram WK, VL Sork, RJ Marquis, RB Renken, RL Clawson, J Faaborg, DK Fantz, J LeCorff, J Lill, PA Porneluzi. 2002. Evaluating the effects of ecosystem management: a case study in a Missouri Ozark Forest. Ecological Applications 11: 1667-1679.
Dyer RJ and VL Sork. 2001. Pollen pool heterogeneity in shortleaf pine, Pinus echinata Mill. Molecular Ecology 10:859-866. pdf
Pérez-Salicrup DR, VL Sork, FJ Putz. 2001. Lianas and trees in a Liana forest of Amazonia Bolivia. Biotropica 33:34- 47.
Gram WK and VL Sork. 2001. Association between environmental and genetic heterogeneity in forest tree populations. Ecology 82(7):2012-2021.pdf
Smouse PE, RJ Dyer, RD Westfall, VL Sork. 2001. Two generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape. I. Male gamete heterogeneity among females. Evolution 55:260-271. pdf
Fernández JF, VL Sork, G Gallego, J López, A Bohorqes, J Tohme. 2000. Cross-amplification of microsatellite loci in a neotropical Quercus species and standardization of DNA extraction from mature leaves dried in silica gel. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 18: 97.
Gram WK and VL Sork. 1999. Population density as a predictor of genetic variation for woody plant species. Conservation Biology 13: 1079-1087.
Sork VL, J Nason, DR Campbell, JF Fernández. 1999. Landscape approaches to historical and contemporary gene flow in plants. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14:219-224.pdf
Sork VL, DR Campbell, RJ Dyer, JF Fernández, J Nason, R Petit, PE Smouse, E Steinberg. 1998. Proceedings from a workshop on gene flow in fragmented, managed, continuous populations. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis Research Paper No. 3: http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/papers/geneflow.
Sork VL, AL Koop, MA de la Fuente, P Foster, JA Raveill. 1997. Patterns of genetic variation in woody plant species in the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (MOFEP). Pp. 233-249 in BL Brookshire and SR Shifley (Eds). Report of the Missouri Forest Ecosystem Project. General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service.
Gram WK, VL Sork, RJ Marquis. 1997. Synthesis and integration of pretreatment results from the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. Pp. 356-369 in BL Brookshire and SR Shifley (Eds). Report of the Missouri Forest Ecosystem Project. General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service.
Foster PF and VL Sork. 1997. Population and genetic structure of the West African rain forest liana, Ancistrocladus korupensis (Ancistrocladaceae). American Journal of Botany 84:1078-1091.pdf
Schellhorn NA and VL Sork. 1997. The impact of weed diversity on insect population dynamics and crop yield in collards Brassica oleraceae (Brassicaceae). Oecologia 111:233-240.pdf
Sork VL. 1996. Quantitative genetics, feminism, evolutionary theories of gender differences. Pp. 86-116 in PA Gowaty (Ed.), Feminism and Evolutionary Biology. Chapman and Hall Publishers, New York.
Loiselle BA, VL Sork, C Graham. 1995. Comparison of genetic variation in bird-dispersed shrubs of a tropical wet forest. Biotropica 27:487-494.
Loiselle BA, VL Sork, J Nason, C Graham. 1995. Spatial genetic structure of a tropical understory shrub, Psychotria officinalis (Rubiaceae). American Journal of Botany 82(11):1420-1425.pdf
Stowe K, VL Sork, A Farrell. 1994. Effects of maternal microhabitat and water availability on the phenotypic expression of resistance to herbivores in northern red oak, Quercus rubra L. Oecologia 100: 309-315.
Sork VL, KA Stowe, C Hochwender. 1993. Evidence for local adaptation in closely adjacent subpopulations of Northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) expressed as resistance to leaf herbivores. American Naturalist 142(6):928- 936. pdf
Sork VL, S Huang, E Wiener. 1993. Macrogeographic and fine-scale genetic structure in a North American oak species, Quercus rubra L. Annales des Sciences Forestieres, 50 (Suppl.) 1:261-270.pdf
Sork VL, J Bramble, O Sexton. 1993. Ecology of mast-fruiting in three species of North American deciduous oaks. Ecology 74(2):528-541. pdf
Sork VL. 1993. Evolutionary ecology of mast-seeding in temperate and tropical oaks (Quercus spp.). Vegetatio 107/108:133-147. pdf
Sork VL and JE Bramble. 1993. Prediction of acorn crops in three species of North American oaks: Quercus alba, Q rubra and Q velutina. Annales des Sciences Forestieres, 50 (Suppl.) 1:128-136.pdf
Kelly CK and VL Sork. 1993. (Letter to the editor.) Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74:141-142. Sork VL and DW Schemske. 1992. Fitness consequences of mixed-donor pollen loads in the annual legume
Chamaecrista fasciculata. American Journal of Botany 79:508-515.
Fenster C and VL Sork, 1988. Effects of crossing distance and male parent on in vivo pollen tube growth in
Chamaecrista fasciculata. American J. Botany 75:1898-1903.
Sork VL. 1988. The ecology of terrestrial plant animal interactions. Book Review of: Howe, H.F. and L.C. Westley,
Ecological Relationships of Plants and Animals. Ecology 69:2035.
Charlesworth D, DW Schemske, VL Sork. 1987. The evolution of plant reproductive characters: sexual versus natural selection. Pp. 317-335 in S Stern (Editor), The Evolution of Sex and Its Consequences. Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland.
Sork VL. 1987. Effects of predation and light on seedling establishment in Gustavia superba. Ecology 68:1341-1350. Sork VL. 1985. Germination response in a large–seeded neotropical tree specie, Gustavia superba (Lecythidaceae). Biotropica 17:130-136.
Rose S and VL Sork. 1984. Teaching about female sexuality. Women’s Studies Quarterly 12:19–22.
Sork VL. 1984. Examination of seed dispersal and survival in red oak, Quercus rubra (Fagaceae), using metal tagged acorns. Ecology 65: 1020–1022.
Sork VL. 1983a. Mast fruiting in hickories and availability of nuts. American Midland Naturalist 109:81–88.
Sork VL. 1983b. Mammalian seed dispersal of pignut hickory during three fruiting seasons. Ecology 64:1049–1056.
Sork VL. 1983c. Distribution of pignut hickory, Carya glabra, along a forest to edge transect, and factors affecting seedling recruitment. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 110:494–506.
Sork VL, P Stacey, J Averett. 1983. Utilization of red oak acorns in non-bumper crop year. Oecologia 59:49–53. Rabinowitz D, JK Rapp, VL Sork, FA Reese, JC Weaver. 1981. Phenological properties of wind– and insect–pollinated prairie plants. Ecology 62:49–56.
Boucher DH and VL Sork. 1979. Early drop of infested nuts in response to insect infestation. Oikos 33: 440–443.
Sork VL. 1978. A comparison of physiological and behavioral adjustments to water stress in three species of kangaroo rat. Southwestern Naturalist 23:95–102.
Sork VL, DH Boucher. 1977. Dispersal of sweet pignut hickory in a year of low fruit production, and the influence of predation by a curculionid beetle. Oecologia 18:289–299.