Dr. Grabosky’s research often centers on trees in urban landscapes which can be observed as exaggerationsand precursors to the environmental changes brought by climate change within a broader context
Jackson, W. A., Honig, J. A., Smouse, P., & Grabosky, J. C. (2021). Population structure within the hard maple complex. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
Ma, W., Lei, S., Sun, Y., & Grabosky, J. (2020). Forest succession in post-agricultural Larix olgensis plantations in northeast China. Journal of Forestry Research.
Salisbury, A. B., & Grabosky, J. C. (2020). Leaf gas exchange and foliar macronutrients vary in Quercus bicolor but not Quercus phellos between a designed soil pavement system and open lawn. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening.
Grabosky, J., & Gucunski, N. (2019). Modelling the influence of root position and growth on pavement tensile crack failure when occurring under three thicknesses of asphaltic concrete. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening.
Grabosky, J. (2019). Observation of wind-loading influences in nonconcentric radial root growth in two maple species. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry.
Persad, A., Dahle, G. A., DeVallance, D., Rocha, O. J., & Grabosky, J. (2019). Optical, acoustical, and fine root analyses of emerald ash borer infested ash trees. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry.