H.R.P. Phillips, C.A. Guerra, M.L.C. Bartz et al (103 authors). 2019. Global distribution of earthworm diversity. Science (accepted Sept 2019).
J. Gaudon and S.M. Smith. Augmentation of Native North American Natural Enemies for Biological Control of the Introduced Emerald Ash Borer. BioControl (accepted Aug 2019).
Graham Watt, Brian Stocks, Richard A. Fleming, and Sandy M. Smith. Stand Breakdown and Surface Fuel Accumulation due to Spruce Budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana Clem.) Defoliation in Ontario’s Boreal Mixed-wood Forest. Can. J. Forest Research (accepted Sept 2019).
Carlos Merino, Sandy M Smith, Felicity J. Ni, and Adam Martin. 2019. Biogeography in Conservation: Tool to Explore the Past and Future of Species in a Changing World. Network of Conservation Educators & Practitioners (NCEP). American Museum of Natural History 9: 55-94.
J.W.N. Steenberg, A.A. Millward, D.J. Nowak, P.J. Robinson, and S.M. Smith. 2019. A Social-Ecological Analysis of Urban Tree Vulnerability for Publicly-Owned Trees in a Residential Neighborhood. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 45: 9-23.
Robert S. Bourchier, Naomi Cappuccino, Alicia Rochette, Jim des Rivières, Sandy M Smith, Lisa Tewksbury, and Richard Casagrande. 2019. Establishment of Hypena opulenta (Lep.: Erebidae) on Vincetoxicum rossicum in Ontario, Canada. Biocontrol Science & Technology 29: 917-923.
M. Lukas Seehausen, Carla Goulet, Ian Jones, Rob S. Bourchier and Sandy M. Smith. 2019. Reproductive Life-history Traits of the Classical Biocontrol Agent Hypena opulenta (Lep.: Erebidae): Using Agent Biology to Support Post-Release Monitoring and Establishment. Biological Control 135: 95-101.
R.B. deJonge, R.S. Bourchier, and S.M. Smith. 2019. Predicting the Outcome of a Potential Novel Association Between the Invasive Vincetoxicum rossicum and Native Western Chrysochus Beetles. Biological Invasions 21: 3169-3184.
S.W. Livingstone, M.W. Cadotte, S.M. Smith, R.S. Bourchier, K. Ryab, and A. Roberto. Eating Local: An Experimental Application of Hypena opulenta as a Biocontrol Agent for the Invasive Vine Vincetoxicum rossicum. Canadian Entomologist (submitted June 2019).
E. Wilson and S. M. Smith. 2018. Emerald Ash Borer: Our "Most Unwanted", Toronto's Experience. Forestry Journal. 289: 30-32.