Slow carbon and nutrient accumulation in trees established following fire exclusion in the southwestern United States.
Kaye, Jason P; Kaye, Margot W; Hart, Stephen C; Covington, W Wallace; Fulé, Peter Z.
; 26(8): 2400-2411, 2016 Dec.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27859967
Large-scale forest restoration stabilizes carbon under climate change in Southwest United States.
Strategic application of wildland fire suppression in the southwestern United States.
Influences of prior wildfires on vegetation response to subsequent fire in a reburned Southwestern landscape.
Stand-replacing wildfires increase nitrification for decades in southwestern ponderosa pine forests.
Recent increases in drought frequency cause observed multi-year drought legacies in the tree rings of semi-arid forests.
Near-future forest vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western United States.
Forest responses to increasing aridity and warmth in the southwestern United States.
Learning to coexist with wildfire.
Shrub persistence and increased grass mortality in response to drought in dryland systems.
Landscape genetic connectivity in a riparian foundation tree is jointly driven by climatic gradients and river networks.