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Reconstructing disturbances over various timescales

posted Dec 10, 2013, 5:25 PM by Brian Buma

McLauchlan, K.K., P.E. Higuera, D.G. Gavin, S.S. Perakis, M.M. Mack, H. Alexander, J. Battles, F. Biondi, B. Buma, D. Colombaroli, S.K. Enders, D.R. Engstrom, F.S. Hu, J. Marlon, J. Marshall, M. McGlone, J. Morris, L. Nave, B.N. Shuman, E.A.H. Smithwick, D. Urrego, D. Wardle, C. Williams, and J.J. Williams. 2013. Reconstructing disturbances and their biogeochemical consequences over multiple timescales. BioScience.  In press

Forest biogeochemistry, disturbances, and various timescales

posted Dec 10, 2013, 5:24 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B.  2014.  Nutrient responses to ecosystem disturbances from annual to multi-millennial timescales.  New Phytologist. 1: 13-15

This is a meeting announcement for the Novus network, a GREAT resource for ecosystem ecology at a variety of spatial and temporal scales.

Serotiny and changing fire regimes (see announcements for link to radio interview)

posted Dec 10, 2013, 5:24 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B, Wessman CA.  2013.  Forest resilience, climate change, and opportunities for adaptation:  A specific case of a general problem.  Forest Ecology and Management.  306: 216-225.

Forest resilience, climate change, and opportunities

posted Dec 10, 2013, 5:23 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B, Wessman CA.  2013.  Forest resilience, climate change, and opportunities for adaptation:  A specific case of a general problem.  Forest Ecology and Management.  306: 216-225.

Insect disturbance and leaf area in subalpine forests

posted Dec 10, 2013, 5:22 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B, Pugh ET, Wessman CA.  2013.  Effect of a major insect outbreak on phenological and LAI trends in southern Rocky Mountain forests.  International Journal of Remote Sensing.  34(20): 7249-7274.

Ethics, Policy, and Environment - a paper on the value of restoration despite changing conditions

posted Apr 3, 2013, 8:18 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B.  2013.  Don’t give up just yet:  Maintaining species, services, and systems in a changing world.  Invited commentary on:   Sandler R.  Climate Change and Ecosystem Management.  Ethics, Policy, and Environment.  16(1): 1-4. 

Adaptation paper - a fun writeup

posted Apr 3, 2013, 8:17 PM by Brian Buma

Buma B, Wessman CA.  2013.  Management, science, and disturbances as opportunities for adaptive transformation of forests.  The International Journal of Climate Change.  In press.

Forest Ecology and Management- Differential Species Responses to multiple disturbances

posted Dec 29, 2011, 3:00 PM by Brian Buma

Buma, B. and Wessman, C.  2012. Differential species responses to compounded perturbations and implications for landscape heterogeneity and resilience. Forest Ecology and Management. 266:25-33

Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

posted Jul 1, 2011, 11:55 AM by Brian Buma   [ updated Apr 27, 2012, 1:48 PM ]

Buma, B. 2011. Evaluating the utility and seasonality of NDVI values for assessing post-disturbance recovery in a subalpine forest. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. DOI 10.1007/s10661-011-2228-y

Ecosphere (ESA online)

posted Jul 1, 2011, 11:53 AM by Brian Buma

Buma, B., and C. A. Wessman. 2011. Disturbance interactions can impact resilience mechanisms of forests. Ecosphere 2:art64. [doi:10.1890/ES11-00038.1]

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