Publications and Press

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Namestnik, S.A. (2016). Rediscovery of Mimulus alatus in Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 55: 104-107.

Ruch, D.G., Brown, G., Brodman, R., Davis-Swinford, B., Gorney, D., Holland, J.D., McMurray, P., Murphy, B., Namestnik, S., Roth, K., Russell, S., Strang, C. (2014). Results of the 2013 Conner Prairie Biodiversity Survey, Hamilton County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 123(2): 122-130.

Karns, D.R., Simpson, B., Feaster, B, Sterrenburg, L., Ruch, D.G., Bellian, A., Fisher, B.E., Gorney, D., Holland, J.D., Jean, R., Jones, W.W., McCarty, M., McKnight, W.N., Murphy, W., Namestnik, S., Tedesco, L., Whitaker, J.O. (2012). Results of a Biodiversity Survey at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, Greene County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 121(1): 45-53.

Namestnik, S.A., Thomas, J.R., and Slaughter, B.S. (2012). Two recent plant discoveries in Missouri: Cladium mariscus subsp. jamaicense (Cyperaceae) and Utricularia minor (Lentibulariaceae). Phytoneuron 92: 1-6.

Smit DeBoer, L., Rothrock, P.E., Reber, R.T., and Namestnik, S.A. (2011). The use of Floristic Quality Assessment as a tool for monitoring wetland mitigations in Michigan. The Michigan Botanist. Vol. 50, No. 4. Pp. 146-165.

Scribailo, R.W., Alix, M.S., and Namestnik, S.A. (2011). Historical notes and new records for the rare coastal plain species Utricularia resupinata (Lentibulariaceae) in Indiana. Rhodora 113(953):32-46.

Namestnik, S. and Board, K. (2010). The vascular flora of Sebert Property, LaPorte County, Indiana. The Michigan Botanist 49: 1-40.

Ruch, D.G., Karns, D.R., McMurray, P., Moore-Palm, J., Murphy, W., Namestnik, S.A., and Roth, K. (2010). Results of the Loblolly Marsh Wetland Preserve BioBlitz, Jay County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 119(1): 1-3.

Namestnik, S.A. (2009). Noteworthy collections. The Michigan Botanist 48: 121-128. (Brachyelytrum aristosum, Myosotis arvensis, Cardamine impatiens & Canadanthus modestus)

Contributing Expert for Journal Articles

Baty, J., Zaya, D.N., Spyreas, G., Molano-Flores, B., and Benson, T.J. (2015). Conservation of the Illinois Flora: A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of 73 Plant Species. INHS Technical Report 2015 (32). 

Newsletter Articles

Cordell, T. and Namestnik, S. 2014. Going Beyond BioBlitzes. Indiana Academy of Science Newsletter No. 157: 1-2.

Your Daily Dose of Botany - Scott's regular column in The Plant Press, the monthly newsletter of the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS) - North Chapter

White Papers

Audubon Leaves

Lindsay and Scott have been the editors of the Audubon Leaves, the South Bend-Elkhart Audubon Society newsletter that is published nine times each year, since 2004.  A recent collection of newsletters can be found here.

Get Your Botany On!

Scott is one of the many contributors to the popular blog Get Your Botany On!.


Scott has been featured several times on Outdoor Elements, a television program on the local PBS station.

Scott was featured on WBOI Northeast Indiana Public Radio in an interview about ACRES Land Trust property Spring Lake Woods and Bog in September 2015.


Scott's work at Mud Lake in St. Joseph County, Indiana was featured in an article in the South Bend Tribune in May 2016.


Indiana University South Bend Sustainability and Innovation Lecture Series - The Lydick Corridor: How Preserving Ecosystems Grows a Sustainable Future, January 2017, with Steve Sass.
(View the slide presentation here.)

You Tube

Native Spring Wildflowers for the Home Garden
Spring Wildflowers
Springfield Fen 2005
Indiana Orchids
Steele Prairie Wildflowers
INPAWS North Chapter 2013 Plant Sale
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