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The Western Mountain Initiative: Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Mountain Ecosystems of the Western US.

2008

Allen, C.D. 2008. Climate-Induced Vegetation Dieback, Fire, and Erosion as Synergistic Ecological Disturbances – Synthesis from Los Alamos to the Globe. Visiting scholar public lecture, Los Alamos National Laboratory. Los Alamos, NM. January. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2008. Lessons from the Cerro Grande Fire: Things Learned, Debated, Forgotten, and Undiscussed. Annual meeting of the Association for Fire Ecology. Tucson, AZ. January. (Invited Keynote)

Allen, C.D., and W. Romme. 2008. Fire Ecology of Southwestern Woodlands. Annual meeting of the Association for Fire Ecology. Tucson, AZ. January. (Invited Keynote)

Allen, C.D., and E. Muldavin. 2008. A Landscape Perspective on Fire and "Restoration" in New Mexico Mixed Conifer Forests. Symposium on mixed conifer forest/aspen ecology and management in New Mexico. Santa Fe, NM. February. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2008. Big Fast Shifts in the Ecology of New Mexico Have Begun Due to Climate Change. Presentation to 100 high school students for Café Scientifique on the topic of What Sudden Shifts Loom in Earth’s Climate and Ecosystems? Santa Fe, NM. March. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2008. Decaimiento Forestal Inducido por el Clima como Fenómeno Global Emergente (Climate-Induced Forest Dieback as an Emergent Global Phenomenon). Invited public lecture sponsored by University of Granada and the Sierra Nevada National Park at Science Park of Granada, Granada, Spain. April. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2008. Climate-Induced Forest Dieback: A Global Overview of Emerging Risks. International Conference on Adaptation of Forests and Forest Management to Changing Climate with Emphasis on Forest Health: A Review of Science, Policies, and Practices. Umea, Sweden. August.

Allen, C.D. 2008. Climate change and the vulnerability of New Mexico forests to altered disturbance processes. New Mexico Forestry and Climate Change. Albuquerque, NM. November. (Invited)

Breshears, D., J. Whicker, C. Zou, , J. Field, C. D. Allen. 2008. Wind Erosion and Dust Flux along the Grassland-Forest Continuum: Effects of Disturbance and Woody Plant Cover. Annual meeting, Geological Society of America. October.

Christensen, L., C. Tague, J. Baron, C. Allen, N. Stephenson, D. Fagre, D. Peterson and D. McKenzie. 2008. Modeling Mountain Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change. 2008. 2 nd USGS Modeling Conference “Painting the Big Picture”, Orange Beach, AL. February 11-15, 2008.

Cobb, N., K. Ironside, J.D. Shaw, C.D. Allen, D.D. Breshears, and M. Clifford. 2008. Tree Mortality in Response to Global-Change-Type Drought in the Western US, North America International Symposium on Global Mountain Biodiversity. June 5-7, 2008, China Medical

University, Taichung, Taiwan. (Invited)

Fagre, D.B. 2008. What’s Happening to Our Glaciers? Public presentation sponsored by The Montana House and the Glacier National Park Fund, Montana House, Apgar, Montana. February 23, 2008.

Fagre, D.B. 2008. Cascading Climate Change Impacts on the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. 2008 Wilderness Issues Lecture Series, Climate Change: Moving from Science to Solutions, Wilderness Institute and Center for Ethics, University of Montana, Missoula. February 12, 2008. (videorecorded and available soon at the Multimedia Center on Wilderness.net, http://www.wilderness.net)

Fagre, D.B. 2008. Cascading Ecological Effects of Climate Change in the Rocky Mountains. Breckenridge Nature Series, sponsored by Town of Breckenridge at Breckenridge Recreational Center, Breckenridge, Colorado. February 2, 2008.

Fagre, D.B. 2008. Ecological Thresholds Relating to Climate Change. USGS Global Change Seminar Series, USGS National Visitor Center, Reston, VA. January 17, 2008. Available as audio file, transcript and downloadable powerpoint presentation at http://communities.usgs.gov/oc blogs/corecast/index.php.

Fagre, D.B. 2008. Climate Change in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem: What Disappearing Glaciers Tell Us About the Future of Natural Resources. Institute for Noetic Sciences, Bohemian Grange Hall, Whitefish, MT. January 10, 2008.

Fagre, D. B. 2008. Climate Change in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem: What Disappearing Glaciers Tell Us About the Future of Natural Resources. Lecture to Crown of the Continent Institute and Department of Geography course, Crown of the Continent, Rick Graetz instructor, University of Montana, Missoula. January 9, 2008.

Fountain, A., Basagic, H., Hoffman, M. 2008. Glacier change in the American West. Western Snow Conference, Hood River, March.

Fountain, A., Hoffman, M. 2008. Glacier Inventory and Change in the American West and Directions for the Future. International Workshop on Mass balance mass balance measurements and modelling, Skeikampen, Norway, March.

Fountain, A., Hoffman, M. 2008. The Utility of the Benchmark Glacier Concept. International Workshop on Mass balance mass balance measurements and modelling, Skeikampen, Norway, March.

Goumas, A. M., C. D. Allen, K. Beeley, R. Oertel, and P. M. Brown. 2008. Mapping Four Centuries of Tree Demography at the Ponderosa/Piñon-Juniper Ecotone. The 2008 Jemez Mountains Science Symposium. Santa Fe, NM. March.

Hicke, J. A.,. J. A. Logan. 2008. Mapping a Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak in a High-Elevation Whitebark Pine Ecosystem, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 18 April 2008, Boston, MA.

Hurley, L., P. J. Fawcett, J. Heikoop, R. S. Anderson, Goff F., John W., Geissman, C. Johnson, G. WoldeGabriel, C. D. Allen, J. Fessenden-Rahn. 2008. A lacustrine sedimentary record of two mid-Pleistocene glacial cycles (MIS 14 to 10) from the Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico. The 2008 Jemez Mountains Science Symposium. Santa Fe, NM. March.

Oertel, R., C.D. Allen. 2008. Post-Dome Fire Seeding Effects on Native Vegetation.The 2008 Jemez Mountains Science Symposium. Santa Fe, NM. March.

Pederson, G. T. 2008. Northern Rockies Ecosystem Dynamics: A focus on mountain snowpack, snow avalanches, and glaciers. Presented to the School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona, March 13, 2008, Phoenix, AZ.

Pederson, G. T. 2008. Northern Rockies Ecosystem Dynamics: A focus on mountain snowpack, snow avalanches, and glaciers. Presented to the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the University of Arizona, March 12, 2008, Phoenix, AZ.

Reardon, B.A., J.T. Harper, and D. B. Fagre. 2008. Mass balance sensitivity of cirque glaciers in the northern U.S. Rocky Mountains, Montana, U.S.A. International workshop on mass balance measurements and modelling. International Glaciological Society, Skeikampen , Norway , 26– 28 March 2008. [abstract]

Stephenson, N. L. 2008. Protected areas management in an era of rapid global changes: the death of “natural,” and redefinition of goals. Seminar Series in Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2008. Fire management in the era of rapid global changes. Pacific West and Intermountain Regions Fire Management Meeting, National Park Service. Portland, Oregon.

Stephenson, N. L. 2008. Everything you’ve wanted to know about global warming ... and then some. Joint NPS/EPA Climate Friendly Parks Workshop. Sequoia National Park, California.

van Mantgem, P. J., and N. L. Stephenson. 2008. Climatic changes and the future of Sierran forests. USDA Forest Service Region 5, Annual Meeting.

2007[Top]

Allen, C. D., D. D. Breshears, N. L. Stephenson, and P. J. van Mantgem. Climate-induced forest dieback as an emergent global phenomenon: overview and synthesis. Introductory symposium talk, Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, San Jose, California.

Allen, C.D., Breshears D.D., Stephenson, N.L., van Mantgem P.J., 2007, Climate-Induced Forest Dieback as an Emergent Global Phenomenon: Overview and Synthesis. In Organized Oral Session: Climate-Induced Forest Dieback as an Emergent Global Phenomenon: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Projections [Organizer, C.D. Allen]. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August, San Jose, California. [INVITED]

Allen, C.D., 2007, Synergistic, threshold, and cumulative effects of disturbances in Western mountain ecosystems. Western Mountain Initiative Workshop: Climate Change and Disturbance Interactions in Western Mountains. Feb., Tucson, AZ. [INVITED, Keynote]

Allen, C.D., and Castro, J., 2007, Global change, climate-induced forest dieback, and wildland fire risk. 4th International Wildland Fire Conference. May, Sevilla, Spain.

Allen, C.D. 2007. Implications of Climate Change for the NPS. Invited talk to staff, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. August 2007.

Allen, C.D. 2007. Climate change and Los Alamos County. Invited talk, Leadership Los Alamos, Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico. April.

Allen, C.D. 2007. Decaimiento Forestal Inducido por el Clima Como Fenomeno Global Emergente: Semejanzas Entre la España Mediterranea y el Suroeste de Estados Unidos. Invited talk, meeting of foresters and scientists, Sierra Nevada Nacional Park, Granada, Spain. April. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2007. Ecohydrology of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Runoff, Erosion, and Restoration. Invited lecture to graduate seminar in watershed management University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM. April. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2007. Piñon-Juniper Woodland Mortality in the Southwestern USA: Climate-Induced Dieback and Ips Outbreak Interactions. Invited presentation to the Workshop on Climate Change, Insects, Pathogen, and Forests. Sponsored by the US Forest Service, Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center (WWETAC), Pacific Northwest Research Station. Portland, OR. June. (Invited)

Allen, C.D., and R. Oertel. 2007. WMI update 2007: Southern Rockies. Presentation to WMI annual meeting, Pingaree Park, CO, September. (Invited)

Allen, C.D. 2007. Climate-Induced Forest Dieback: Global Overview and Piñon-Juniper Woodland Mortality in the Southwestern USA. Invited presentation and panel participation, Western Insect and Forest Disease Work Conference, Sedona, AZ. October. (Invited)

Allen, C.D., R. Oertel, and K.L. Beeley. 2007. Vegetation Dieback, Fire, and Erosion as Climate-Driven Ecological Disturbances: Thresholds and Interactions Across Spatial Scales. Invited presentation to New Mexico Climate Change Ecology and Adaptation Workshop, Albuquerque, NM. October. (Invited)

Allen, C.D., R. Oertel, and K.L. Beeley. 2007. TRENDS IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO ECOSYSTEMS: LONG-TERM MONITORING, THRESHOLD EFFECTS, AND DISTURBANCE INTERACTIONS. Invited presentation at Ninth Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau. Flagstaff, Arizona. November. (Invited

Allen, C.D. 2007. Ecohydrology of Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Runoff, Erosion, and Restoration. 2-hour lecture to graduate watershed management course, University of New Mexico. Albuquerque. April. (Invited)

Baron, J.S., Allen, C.D., McKenzie, D., Gunderson, L., Fleishman, E., Stephenson, N. Meyerson, L., and Oropeza, J., 2007, Adaptation Options of National Parks to Climate Change. Biannual meeting of George Wright Society. April, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Baron, J., C. Allen, D. McKenzie, L. Gunderson, E. Fleishman, N. L. Stephenson, L. Meyerson, and J. K. Oropeza. 2007. Adaptation options of national parks to climate change. The George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. St. Paul, Minnesota .

Breshears, D., J. Whicker, C. Zou, J. Field, C. D. Allen. 2007. A Conceptual Framework for Wind Erosion in Dryland Ecosystems along the Grassland-Forest Continuum Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August , San Jose, California.

Das, A. J., J. J. Battles, N. L. Stephenson, and P. J. van Mantgem. 2007. The effects of demographic processes on the spatial structure of an old-growth forest: the importance of density-dependent mortality. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, San Jose, California.

Das, A., J. Battles, P. van Mantgem, and N. Stephenson. 2007. Extrapolating growth-mortality models of forest trees: an ecologically-informed approach. Annual University of California, Berkeley ESPM Research Workshop, Blodgett Experimental Forest, Georgetown, California.

Fagre, D.B., Prato, T. 2007. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: A Focus on the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Web proceedings of the Parks, Peace and Partnerships 2007 Conference, Waterton, Alberta, Canada. http://www.peaceparks2007.org/index.php.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Montana Climate Change Advisory Committee, 2007. Montana Climate Change Action Plan, Final Report of the Governor’s Climate Change Advisory Committee, Nov. 2007. 93 pp. http://www.mtclimatechange.us/CCAC.cfm

Fagre, D.B. 2007. United States Government Accountability Office, 2007. Climate Change: Agencies Should Develop Guidance for Addressing the Effects on Federal Land and Water Resources [report], GAO-07-863, August 2007, 180 pp., http://www.gao.gov/cgi-bin/getrpt?GAO-07-863 Dan Fagre participated in preparation of this report as member of National Academies Workshop, Nov. 2, 2006, Washington DC.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group II. Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Working Group II Contribution to the IPCC Fouth Assessment Report, Summary for Policymakers. 2007.

Fagre, D.B. and T. Prato. 2007. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: A Focus on the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. (poster) Parks, Peace, and Partnerships Conference, Waterton, Alberta, Canada. September 9-12, 2007. [abstract]

Fagre D. B. 2007, Climate Change Has Cascading Ecological Effects on Mountain Ecosystems, CIRMOUNT-Sponsored Session: Climate Change in High-Elevation Mountain Environments, American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec. 10-14, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. The Future of the Northwest’s “Water Towers”: Effects of Climate Change on Mountain Ecosystems. Presented to Northwest Natural Resource Forum, Astoria, OR. October 18, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: Science, Policy, and Management for the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. Presentation made (twice) during Open House for authors at Montana House, Apgar Village, Glacier National Park, MT. September 29, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: Science, Policy, and Management for the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. Presentation made (twice) to Open House and Book Signing for Authors Fagre and Chadwick and Artist Harada at Montana House, Apgar Village, Glacier National Park, MT. September 29, 2007

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Status of Glaciers and Snow in Study Areas of the Western Mountain Initiative. Presented at 2007 Annual Meeting of USGS Western Mountain Initiative, Pingree Park, CO. September 24-27, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. The Western Mountain Initiative: Accomplishments and Status. Presented at 2007 Annual Meeting of USGS Western Mountain Initiative, Pingree Park, CO. September 24-27, 2007.

Fagre, D. B., 2007. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes: Science, Policy, and Management for the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. [presentation and poster] , Parks, Peace and Partnerships Conference, Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, September 9 to 12, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Cascading Ecological Effects of Climate Change on a Transboundary Region. 5A. Tranboundary Protection Case Studies I. Parks, Peace, and Partnerships Conference, Waterton, Alberta, Canada. September 9-12, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Cascading Climate Change Impacts on the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. Presented at Cold Climes Session, First Climate Change Science Conference, The Nature Conservancy, Double Tree Hotel, Portland, OR. September 5-7, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Climate Change in Glacier National Park: What Disappearing Glaciers Tell Us About the Future of Mountain Ecosystems. Presentation to Vanishing Ice: An Artists’ Journey to Climate Change in the Landscape of the Northern Rockies (vanishingice.com), West Glacier, MT. August 16, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Briefing to James Wolfensohn, Past President of the World Bank, consulting firm with Paul Volker, former Federal Reserve Chairman, and Story Clark, Conservation Consulting, for keynote speech to Conservation International, SnowKing Resort, Jackson, Wyoming. August 15, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Climate Change in the Northern Rocky Mountains: What Disappearing Glaciers Tell Us About the Future of Fish and Wildlife. Keynote Presentation to Board of Directors and Staff of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Annual Meeting, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming. August 14, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007, Wright Center for Education, Tufts University. Presentation as group hiked to Grinnell Glacier as part of course to train science teachers. July 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007, Climate Change in Glacier National Park, Science in the Park Series, Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park, MT, June 15, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. Cascading Climate Change Impacts on the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, presented at Spotlight on Science at the US Fish and Wildlife Regional Office in Portland, OR. Spotlight on Science, a cooperative effort between BLM, FWS, USGS, and the USFS, addressed the topic "Effectiveness of Ecological Reserves in the Face of Climate Change" May 3, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. Panelist and co-presenter at Assoc. of American Geographers annual meeting in San Francisco, CA, April 15-21, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. Adapting to the Reality of Climate Change at Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park: Perspectives from the World Heritage Committee on a Petition for a Listing of Endangerment. Clinic on International Environmental Law, Lewis and Clark College of Law, Portland, OR. March 5, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007.Participant inMontana Governor's Science Advisory Committee meeting on Climate Change, Helena, MT, Feb. 8, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. Glacial recession, climate change and the future of Glacier National Park: Research and Management Implications. Presentation to Government Accountability Office (GAO) Review Team, Belton Hotel, West Glacier, MT. February 7, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007.Presenter in 3-4 communities in British Columbia, sponsored by Columbia Basin Trust and Univ. of British Columbia, Jan 29-31, 2007.

Fagre, D.B. 2007. How the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem Responds to Climate Change: Cascading Ecological Changes Reflect Rising Temperatures. Presentation to the Montana Board of Directors, The Nature Conservancy, Whitefish, MT. January 25, 2007.

Fagre, D. B. 2007. Panelist/presenter on climate and global warming at the 23 rd Annual Frank Church Conference, Jan. 22, 2007, Boise State University, Boise, ID. Al Gore is keynote speaker.

Falk, D., Swetnam, T.W., Parmenter, R., and Allen, C.D., 2007, Fire regimes in montane grasslands of the Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico. Joint Fire Science Program, Principal Investigator’s Workshop. March, Destin, Florida.

Field, J., Breshears, D., Whicker, J., Zou, C., Allen, C. D. 2007. Wind erosion and dust flux from plot to landscape scale: Disturbance effects exemplified by fire and grazing. Ecological Society of America meeting, Milwaukee, WI. August.

Field, J., D. Breshears, J. Whicker, C. Zou, C. D. Allen. 2007. Sediment Transport and Dust Flux in Disturbed and Undisturbed Dryland Ecosystems: From Site Specific Estimates to Trends Across Gradients of Woody Plant Cover. American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA. December.

Fountain, A.G., K. Jackson, H.J. Basagic, and D. Sitts. 2007. A century of glacier change on Mt. Baker, Washington. Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America Meeting, Bellingham, May

Fountain, A., M. Hoffman, H. Basagic, K. Jackson. 2007. Glaciers in the American West: Response to climate change during the past century, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, April

Gray S.T., G.T. Pederson, and A.G. Bunn. 2007. Hydroclimatic variability in the Upper Colorado River Basin, USA since 900 AD, 2007 International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, Cairns, Australia, July 28-August 3, 2007.

Gray, S. T., G. T. Pederson, and A. G. Bunn. 2007. Millennial-scale reconstructions of regional hydrology from the Upper Colorado River Basin, USA [presentation], 2007 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA, April 17-21, 2007.

Gray, S. T., G. T. Pederson, and A. G. Bunn. 2007. Hydroclimatic variability in the Upper Colorado River Basin, USA, since 900 AD [abstract]. XVII International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, July 28- Aug. 3, Cairns, Australia.

Gray, S. T., G. T. Pederson, and A. G. Bunn. Millennial-scale reconstructions of regional hydrology from the Upper Colorado River Basin, USA [abstract] In: 2007 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers; April 17-21, San Francisco, CA.

Gray, S.T., Pederson, G.T., Bunn, A.G.2007. Hydroclimatic variability in the Upper Colorado River Basin, USA, since 900 AD [abstract]. XVII International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, Cairns, Australia, July 28- Aug. 3, 2007.

Hicke, J. A. 2007. Climate Change and Insect Outbreaks:  Implications for Forest Ecosystems, J. A. Hicke, University of Idaho Fall Seminar Series on Climate Change, 26 October 2007, Moscow, ID.

Hicke, J. A., and J. A. Logan. 2007. Bark Beetle Outbreaks in the West:  Influences of Past, Current, and Future Climate Change , Western International Forest Disease Work Conference, 16-18 October 2007, Sedona, AZ.

Hicke, J. A. 2007. Insect Outbreaks and Climate Change: Progress and Challenges, Western Wildlands Environmental Threat Assessment Center Workshop on Climate Change, Insects, Pathogen, and Forests, 26-28 June 2007, Portland, OR.

Hicke, J. A. 2007. Bark Beetle Outbreaks and Carbon Cycling, Fire and Carbon Workshop, 30 May 2007, Grand Teton National Park, WY.

Hicke, J. A. 2007. Using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery to Study Insect-Caused Tree Mortality in Central Idaho, NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium Research Symposium, 21 September 2007, Moscow, ID.

Hicke, J. A. 2007. Landscape Patterns of a Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak in a Whitebark Pine Forest in Central Idaho, Western Forest Insect Work Conference, 6-8 March 2007, Boise, ID.

Hicke, J. A., and J. C. Jenkins. 2007. Bark Beetles as Significant Forest Disturbances: Estimating Susceptibility Based On Stand Structure, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 December 2007, San Francisco, CA.

Hicke, J. A., and E. Pfeifer. 2007. Recovery of Forest Productivity Following Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks, Society of American Foresters National Convention, 23-26 October 2007, Portland, OR.

Hicke, J. A., and J. C. Jenkins. 2007. Westwide Estimates of Lodgepole Pine Susceptibility to Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Using Forest Inventory Data, Western Forest Insect Work Conference, 6-8 March 2007, Boise, ID.

Hicke, J. A., and E. Pfeifer. 2007. Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Effects on Forest Structure, Western Forest Insect Work Conference, 6-8 March 2007, Boise, ID.

Ironside, K., and Cobb N., Shaw J.D., Ogle K., Allen, C.D., and Breshears, D.D., 2007, Dieback of Forests and Woodlands Across Elevational Gradients in Response to Global-Change-Type Drought in the Western US, North America. In Organized Oral Session: Climate-Induced Forest Dieback as an Emergent Global Phenomenon: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Projections [Organizer, C.D. Allen]. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August, San Jose, California.

Kramer, M. A., J. T. Harper, D.B. Fagre, and B. Reardon. 2007. Changes in streamflow related to small mountain glaciers in the Glacier National Park region, Montana, USA, Presented at Workshop on Glaciers in Watershed and Global Hydrology, International Commission for Snow and Ice Hydrology, Obergurgl, Austria. August 27-31, 2007.

Lorite, J., Castro, J., Zamora, R., and Allen, C.D., 2007, Salvage logging reduces plant species richness and diversity one year after wildfire. 4th International Wildland Fire Conference. May, Sevilla, Spain.

Pederson G.T., S.T.Gray, J J. Shanker, D.B. Fagre, and L J. Graumlich. 2007. A novel approach for improving records of long-term, multi-scale snowpack variability in western North America [abstract] In: 2007 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers; April 17-21, San Francisco, CA.

Pederson, G. T., S. T. Gray, J. J. Shinker, D. B. Fagre, and L. J. Graumlich. 2007. A novel tree-ring based approach for reconstructing records of long-term snowpack variability in western North America [abstract]. XVII International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, July 28- Aug. 3, Cairns, Australia.

Pederson, G.T., Gray, S.T., Shinker, J.J., Fagre, D.B., Graumlich, L.J. 2007. A novel approach for improving records of long-term, multi-scale snowpack variability in western North America [abstract]. 2007 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers; San Francisco, CA, April 17-21, 2007.

Pederson, G.T., Gray, S.T., Shinker, J.J., Fagre, D.B., Graumlich, L.J. 2007. A novel tree-ring based approach for reconstructing records of long-term snowpack variability in western North America [abstract]. XVII International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, Cairns, Australia, July 28- Aug. 3, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Change and Western Montana. ICLE National Conversation on Climate Action, Bozeman courthouse community room, Bozeman, MT. October 4, 2007.

Pederson, GT and DB Fagre. 2007. Ecosystem Services – Developing a better understanding of linkages between climate, terrestrial, and aquatic systems. USGS NRMSC center meeting, Bozeman, MT. September 26, 2007.

Pederson, G.T., D.B. Fagre, S. Gray, L. Graumlich, JJ schinker, J. Munroe and B. Laabs, J. Soros. 2007. Ecosystem Services: Developing a better understanding of linkages between climate, terrestrial and aquatic systems. Presented at 2007 Annual Meeting of USGS Western Mountain Initiative, Pingree Park, CO. September 24-27, 2007.

Pederson G. T., S. T. Gray, J.J. Shanker, D.B. Fagre, and L.J. Graumlich. 2007. A novel tree-ring based approach for reconstructing records of long-term snowpack variability in western North America, 2007 International Union for Quaternary Research Congress, Cairns, Australia, July 28-August 3, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Change, Wildlife, and Protected Areas: New Insights, New Urgency. International Migratory Bird Day – Birds in a Changing Climate, sponsored by the USFS. May 8 th, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Change Impacts in the GYE. Wildlife Conservation Society GYE Climate Change Meeting. Fish Technology Center, Bozeman, MT. May 3, 2007.

Pederson G. T., S. T. Gray, J. J. Shanker, D. B. Fagre, and L. J. Graumlich. 2007. A novel approach for improving records of long-term, multi-scale snowpack variability in western North America [presentation], 2007 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers; San Francisco, CA, April 17-21, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Driven Changes in Glaciers, Treeline, and Wildland Fire in Montana and Western North America. Montana State University Physics Colloquium. March 23, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Change Impacts on the Intermountain West. Mountains and Minds Lecture. February 28, 2007.

Pederson, GT. 2007. Climate Driven Changes in Glaciers, Treeline, and Wildland Fire in Montana and Western North America. Moonlight Basin Ski Resort. February 20, 2007.

Stephenson, N. L. 2007. What should protected areas managers start doing now in the face of ongoing global changes? Beyond Naturalness (workshop on new approaches to protected areas management in an era of rapid global changes), U.S. Forest Service Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, Lubrecht Forest, Montana.

Stephenson, N. L. 2007. The Sierra Nevada, its forests, their dynamics, and what it all means. Principal Investigators’ Workshop, Center for Tropical Forest Science (CTFS), Sequoia National Park, California.

Stephenson, N., C. Allen, J. Baron, D. Fagre, D. McKenzie, D. Peterson, and P. van Mantgem. 2007. “The Western Mountain Initiative.” Opening presentation for Western Mountain Initiative special meeting to set future directions. Pingree Park, Colorado.

van Mantgem, P. J., and N. L. Stephenson. 2007. Apparent climatically-induced increase of tree mortality rates in a temperate forest. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, San Jose, California.

2006 [Top]

Allen, C. D. 2006. Climate-induced forest dieback: An emergent global phenomenon? MTCLIM 2006 meeting. Mt. Hood, OR.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Climate, land use history, forest dieback, fire, and erosion in mountain landscapes of Northern New Mexico. Open lecture, Pajarito Environmental Education Center. Los Alamos, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Disturbance interactions in mountain landscapes of the Southwestern USA: Climate, land use history, forest dieback, fire, and erosion. Open lecture at University of Granada. Granada, Spain.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Ecohydrology of pinyon-juniper woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: Runoff, erosion, and restoration. USFS and Society of American Foresters meeting on Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Ecosystems. Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Fire, thresholds, and wildland restoration. Invited lecture to University of New Mexico graduate watershed management course. Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Fire-Human interactions as linked cascading events in the Americas. Ecological Society of America international conference “Ecology in an Era of Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities for Environmental Scientists in the Americas”. Merida, Mexico.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Global change research in the western U.S.: The Western Mountain Initiative. Guest lecture for graduate global change research course, Environmental Studies Dept., Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Interactions among climate, dieback, fire, and erosion in forests and woodlands in the Southwest. Presentation to Public Service Company of New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Interactions among climate, land use history, forest dieback, fire, and erosion in mountain landscapes of Northern New Mexico. Distinguished guest speaker series, Forestry Dept., Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, AZ.

Allen, C. D. 2006. Landscape changes, long-term monitoring, and ecological restoration of pinyon-juniper woodlands at Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. Lecture to “Interpreting and Measuring Indicators of Rangeland Health”, BLM National Training Center Course # 1730-37, Santa Fe, NM.

Allen, C. D., R. S. Anderson, R. B. Jass, J. L. Toney, and C. H. Baisan. 2006. Paired charcoal and tree-ring records of high-frequency Holocene fire from two New Mexico bog sites. Third international fire ecology and management congress. San Diego, CA.

Allen, C. D. and D. D. Breshears. 2006. Climate-induced forest dieback: A global phenomenon. DIRENET annual meeting. Flagstaff, AZ.

Baron, J. S. 2006. Mountain Hydrology. Lecture to Colorado State University Watershed hydrology class.

Baron, J. S. 2006. New ecological knowledge? New ecological order? The scope of human activities on Earth. Symposium “New ecological knowledge and practices for society and sustainability,” organized as part of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) Conference on “Ecology in an Era of Globalization,” Merida, Mexico.

Baron, J. S., C. D. Allen, D. McKenzie, N. L. Stephenson, D. Fagre, D. L. Peterson, J. Hicke, P. G. Van Mantgem, L. Christensen, and C. Tague. 2006. Synthesis activities of the Western Mountain Initiative [Abstract]. MTNCLIM conference, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, OR. September 19-22, 2006.

Baron, J. S., M. D. Hartman, and D. S. Ojima. 2006. Determining critical loads for eutrophication and acidification for alpine ecosystems of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, USA [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions, Perth, Scotland. In Global Change in Mountain Regions, ed. Martin Price, 131-132. Duncow, UK: Sapiens Publishing.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Attended forum “UNESCO-Pro-Natura International Forum on Bio-Carbon Sequestration and Conservation to Combat Climate Change: Promoting Rural Development, Energy Solutions and Biodiversity”, UNESCO (United Nations Education, Science, and Cultural Organization) World Headquarters, Paris, France.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. AWRA banquet speaker, annual meeting, Polson, MT, October.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Changing climates, changing resources – the future of Glacier National Park. 17th Annual Rocky Mountain State Parks Executive Conference, “State Parks and Tourism – Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities”, Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Climate change research networks in western mountains: Added value from scaling up our science. USGS Global Change Research Program Strategic Planning Workshop, Denver, CO.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Climatic change and atmospheric deposition: Global changes to a pristine national park. Western Regional Air Partnership meeting, Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT. September 13, 2006.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Glacier National Park and climate change: Past, present and future. Academic awards banquet, Northfield High School, Northfield, Minnesota. Also taped for showing on local Public Broadcasting System TV station.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. How Glacier National Park responds to climate change: Cascading ecological effects reflect changing water balance. Climate change – organizing the science for the American Cordillera (CONCORD), Mendoza, Argentina, April 4-6, 2006.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. How Glacier National Park responds to climate change: Cascading ecological effects reflect changing water balance [Abstract]. Symposium on Climate Change: Organizing the Science in the American Cordillera (CONCORD), Instituto Argentino de Nivologia, Glaciologia y Ciencias Ambientales (IANIGLA), Mendoza, Argentina.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. How Glacier National Park responds to climate change and what it tells us about the future. Community lecture, United Methodist Church, Columbia Falls, MT.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. How Glacier National Park responds to climate change: Past, present and future. Presentation to Glacier Park Associates, Central School Museum, Kalispell, MT.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Invited and sponsored speaker and panel discussant in water resources and climate change session. All South American countries present except Venezuela and all North American countries present as well as multiple international representatives (e.g. World Bank).

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Invited and sponsored by National Park Service WASO to participate in workshop “World heritage and climate change: expert meeting”, World Heritage Centre, UNESCO (United Nations Education, Science, and Cultural Organization) Headquarters, Paris, France. Provided background materials on Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, consulted with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Interior Paul Hoffman and U.S. Ambassador to UNESCO Louise Oliver on climate change issues and the nomination for endangered World Heritage Site status for Waterton-Glacier. Primary emphasis was on adaptation to climate change with endangered status to be decided at July meeting in Lithuania.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. North-south transect workshop participant, sponsored by Mountain Research Initiative in Bern, Switzerland and Instituto Argentino de Nivologia, Glaciologia y Ciencias Ambientales (IANIGLA), Mendoza, Argentina. Committees are working in hydrology, glaciers, forest dynamics.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Participated in CONCORD meeting: Climate Change: Organizing the Science in the American Cordillera, Instituto Argentino de Nivologia, Glaciologia y Ciencias Ambientales (IANIGLA), Mendoza, Argentina.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Repeat photos from Grinnell Glacier. Professor Harvard Ayers used these in lecture on climate change. Appalachian State University. Natural resource economics class, Boone, NC.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Rocky Mountain high: Global warming in the west. City club of Boise forum, the Grove hotel, Boise, ID. July 24, 2006.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. Update on glacier and snow research. Western Mountain Initiative annual meeting, Skamania, WA. September 16-18, 2006.

Fagre, D. B. 2006. The effects of climatic change on Glacier National Park: Past, present, and future. Glacier National Park annual interpreter training workshop, Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT.

Fagre, D. B, K. Holzer, B. Reardon, G. Pederson, and L. McKeon. 2006. Repeat photography [Poster]. Waterton-Glacier science and history day, Waterton Lakes, Alberta, July 27, 2006.

Fagre, D. B, K. Holzer, B. Reardon, G. Pederson, and L. McKeon. 2006. The disappearing glaciers of Glacier National Park, MT [Poster]. Waterton-Glacier science and history day, Waterton Lakes, Alberta, July 27, 2006.

Fagre, D. B., L. M. McKeon, R. Menicke, and B. Reardon. 2006. Geospatial technologies document the disappearing glaciers of Glacier National Park [poster], 26th Annual ESRI International User Conference.

Fagre, D. B., G. T. Pederson, S. T. Gray and L. J. Graumlich. 2006. Teleconnections through space and time: Glaciers, water and the West. Session: Climate variability, natural resources, and societies: Perspectives from the past. 36th AMQUA biennial meeting, Bozeman, MT. August 18-20, 2006.

Fagre, D., G. Pederson, B. Reardon, K. Holzer, and L. McKeon. 2006. Climate change in the northern Rockies. USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center all hands meeting and science review, Bozeman, MT.

Fawcett, P. J., J. M. Heikoop, F. Goff, R. S. Anderson, L. Donohoo-Hurley, J. W. Geissman, C. Johnson, C. D. Allen, G. WoldeGabriel, and J. Fessenden-Rahn. 2006. A mid-Pleistocene glacial-interglacial cycle from the Valles Caldera, northern New Mexico. New Mexico Geological Society annual meeting. Socorro, NM.

Graumlich, L. J., S. T. Gray, G. T. Pederson, and D. B. Fagre. 2006. Climate change and ecosystem services: Defining the modern currency of Quaternary science. Session: Looking forward from the past: Quaternary sciences and environmental forecasting. 36th AMQUA biennial meeting, Bozeman, MT. August 18-20, 2006.

Gray, S. T., G. T. Pederson, G. T. Betancourt, D. B. Fagre, and L. J. Graumlich. 2006. New approaches for isolating the climate/growth signal of millennial Pinus chronologies from the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA [abstract]. 2005 Meeting of the Association of American Geographer, Chicago, IL.

Harper, J., D. Fagre, and B. Reardon. 2006. The role of ice movement in the response of glaciers to climate change: A focus on Sperry Glacier, Glacier National Park [Poster] Waterton-Glacier science and history day, Waterton Lakes, Alberta, July 27, 2006.

Heikoop, J. M., P. J. Fawcett, F. Goff, R. S. Anderson, L. Donohoo-Hurley, J. W. Geissman, C. Johnson, C. D. Allen, G. WoldeGabriel, and J. Fessenden-Rahn. 2006. A paleoclimate record of two glacial-interglacial cycles from the Valles Caldera, northern New Mexico. Second international conference on global warming and the next ice age. Santa Fe, NM.

Hicke, J. A. 2006. Bark beetle outbreaks in Colorado and the West. Know your valley lecture series. Vail, CO.

Hicke, J. A. 2006. Bark beetle outbreaks in the West: Impacts on ecosystems and people. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.

Hicke, J. A. 2006. North American carbon fluxes in recent decades: Spatiotemporal patterns and drivers of change. University of Idaho, Moscow, ID.

Hicke, J. A., J. A. Logan, and D. S. Ojima. 2006. Insect outbreaks, forests, and climate: Effects on the North American carbon budget. Proceedings of the First Integrated Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere Processes Study Science Conference. Boulder, CO. Edited by A. Reissell and A. Aarflot, Report Series in Aerosol Science 79:194-196.

Holzer, K. 2006. GLORIA in North America, an alpine ecology monitoring network [Poster]. Ecological Society of America meeting, Memphis TN, Aug. 2006.

Malanson, G. P., P. Bourgeron, A. Bunn, D. R. Butler, L. Daniels, D. Fagre, D. Liptzin, C. I. Millar, D. L. Peterson, L. Resler, W. K. Smith, D. Tomback, S. J. Walsh, and D. Weiss. 2006. Treeline dynamics and climate change [Abstract]. MTNCLIM conference, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, OR, September 19-22, 2006.

McKenzie, D. 2006. Implications of wildland fire use for smoke, air quality, and regional haze. Presented at the International Fire Ecology and Management Conference, San Diego, CA.

McKenzie, D. 2006. Scale, air quality, and the Fire Scenario Builder. Presented to the University of Washington CSES Climate Impacts Group, Seattle, WA.

McKenzie, D. 2006. Vegetation, disturbance, and climatic change. Presented at the USFS Region 1 Reforestation and TSI Workshop, Missoula, MT.

McKenzie, D., L. -K. B. Kellogg, D. A. Falk, C. M. Miller, and A. E. Black. 2006. Scaling laws and fire-size distributions in historical low-severity fire regimes. Geophysical Research Abstracts 8:1607-7962/gra/EGU06-A-01436.

McKenzie, D., L. -K. B. Kellogg, and N. Larkin. 2006. Topographic controls on historical fire sizes in inland forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA. Presented at the International Association of Landscape Ecologists, San Diego, CA.

McKenzie, D., L. -K. B. Kellogg, N. Larkin, D. A. Falk, C. M. Miller, and A. E. Black. 2006. Scaling laws and fire-size distributions in historical low-severity fire regimes. Presented at the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

McKenzie, D., S. M. O’Neill, N. Larkin, R. A. Norheim, and J. S. Littell. 2006. Stochastic modeling of fire at daily time steps from mesoscale meteorology. Presented at the International Fire Ecology and Management Conference, San Diego, CA.

Pederson, G. T., B. A. Reardon, D. B. Fagre, and C. J. Caruso. 2006. High-resolution tree-ring based spatial reconstructions of snow avalanche activity in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA [Abstract]. International Snow Science Workshop. Telluride, CO.

Prato, T., D. Fagre, Z. Qiu. 2006 Modeling adaptive management of crop production for climate change in a northwestern Montana watershed [Abstract]. MTNCLIM conference, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, OR. September 19-22, 2006.

Reardon, B. A. 2006. Glacier studies in Glacier National Park. Joint Glacier National Park Resources & USGS Brown Bag Seminar, West Glacier, MT. June 13, 2006, West Glacier, Montana.

Reardon, B. A. and M. D. Dundas. 2006. Going-to-the-Sun Road spring avalanche training. Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT.

Reardon, B. A., D. B. Fagre, C. C. Lundy, and M. D. Dundas. 2006. Glide crack formation and glide slab avalanches, Glacier National Park, USA: A unique hazard and forecasting challenge [abstract]. International Snow Science Workshop. Telluride, CO.

Reardon, B. A., D. B. Fagre, G. T. Pederson, and C. J. Caruso. 2006. Climate influences on, and interannual variability of, natural avalanches in three paths, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA [Abstract]. MTNCLIM conference, Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, OR. Sept. 19-22, 2006.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. A short, biased history of fire ecology and management in the Sierra Nevada. Where fire ecology and management meet (a review of fire research findings and their application in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks). Sequoia National Park, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Ecological restoration in an era of rapid global changes: Potential pitfalls and redefinition of goals. Symposium on Ecological Restoration in a Changing World, annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, San Jose, California.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Fire and climatic change. Where fire ecology and management meet (a review of fire research findings and their application in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks). Sequoia National Park, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Forest management in an era of rapid global changes: Managing in the face of uncertainty. 22nd meeting of the Research Group on Impact of Air Pollution and Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems, International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). Sequoia National Park, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Is it possible or desirable to restore “natural” forests and fire regimes in the face of rapid global changes? Forest disturbance, management and biodiversity. Special symposium of the National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry. Denver, Colorado.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Organizing a forest monitoring network along the American cordillera. Climate change: Organizing the science for the American Cordillera (CONCORD). Mendoza, Argentina.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Park management in an era of rapid global changes. Where fire ecology and management meet (a review of fire research findings and their application in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks). Sequoia National Park, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Progress toward setting forest structural goals for fire management. Where fire ecology and management meet (a review of fire research findings and their application in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks). Sequoia National Park, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. The National Park Service mission in an era of rapid global changes: A dinosaur that must evolve or die? Western ecological research center all-staff training, Bodega Bay, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. The National Park Service mission in an era of rapid global changes: A dinosaur that must evolve or die? Sequoia and Kings Canyon management team retreat, Three Rivers, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2006. Understanding and predicting the effects of climatic change on mountain forests. Climate change: Organizing the science for the American Cordillera (CONCORD). Mendoza, Argentina.

Stephenson, N. L., J. S. Littell, P. J. van Mantgem, D. L. Peterson, and D. McKenzie. 2006. Pervasive climate-mediated changes in Western forests. MTNCLIM 2006 Conference, sponsored by the Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains (CIRMOUNT). Mt. Hood, OR.

Tague, C., G. Grant, L. Christensen, and J. Baron. 2006. Scale effects underlying spatial patterns of eco-hydrologic processes and their sensitivity to climate variability in the mountains of the western US. AGU Spring Meeting.

van Mantgem, P. J. 2006. Climate change and the consequences for Sierran forests. A presentation for the interpretive staff of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Kings Canyon National Park, CA.

van Mantgem, P. J. 2006. Forest fires, climatic changes, and climate-friendly parks. Climate Friendly Parks Workshop, Yosemite National Park, California.

2005[Top]

Allen, C. D. 2005. Bark beetles, climate, and regional-scale vegetation dieback in the Southwestern US . Bark beetle symposium. Snowbird, UT.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Climate and land use interactions with vegetation change and disturbance processes in mountain ecosystems of the Southwestern USA . Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions. Perth, Scotland.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Climate, insects, and regional-scale vegetation dieback in the southwestern U.S.: Historical perspectives and global change implications. seminar, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Cross-scale nonlinearities and interactions among forest dieback, fire, and erosion in northern New Mexico landscapes . Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Ecological restoration: A case study from the Bandelier Wilderness, New Mexico. George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Fire in the Southwest. Fourth USGS Fire Science Workshop. Tucson , AZ.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Landscape change in mountains of the Southwestern USA : Fire, forest dieback, and erosion. Invited open lecture, University of Alicante. Alicante, Spain.

Allen, C. D. 2005. Water as an ecological factor in the Southwestern USA . Guest lecture, general ecology course, University of Alicante. Alicante, Spain.

Allen, C. D., and K. L. Beeley. 2005. Climate and patterns of tree growth and death in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: 1991 to present. First MTCLIM2005 workshop, Pray, MT.

Allen, C. D., and K. L. Beeley. 2005. Persistence, serendipity, and ecosystem change: Long-term monitoring at Bandelier National Monument. George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia.

Allen, C. D., K. L. Beeley, and B. F. Jacobs. 2005. Long-term ecological monitoring and restoration of piñon-juniper woodlands at Bandelier National Monument , New Mexico , USA . Society for Ecological Restoration International Annual Meeting. Zaragoza, Spain.

Allen, C. D., and J. L. Betancourt. 2005. Ecosystems in transition: Climate change research in southwestern national parks. George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia.

Balice, R. G., T. W. Swetnam, W. H. Romme, and C. D. Allen. 2005. The post-fire secondary succession paradigm: Are there predictable alternative trajectories? Organized oral session - Post-fire conversion of forest to non-forest: Do we need new theory? Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Appropriation of mountain resources across altitudinal gradients in the Rocky Mountains. Global Change in Mountain Regions (GLOCHAMORE) 4 th thematic workshop, Samedan, Switzerland.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Consequenes of nitrogen deposition in Rocky Mountain National Park - reprise. Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, Denver, CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Consequences of nitrogen deposition in Rocky Mountain National Park. Presentation and field trip, Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment, Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Park CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Consequences of nitrogen deposition in Rocky Mountain National Park. Colorado Institute for Leadership Training, Fort Collins, CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Consequences of nitrogen deposition to Rocky Mountain National Park. Colorado Departments of Environmental Health annual meeting, Aspen, CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Consequences of nitrogen deposition to Rocky Mountain National Park. Presentations to the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, Estes Park, CO; the Colorado Institute for Leadership Training, Fort Collins CO; and the Colorado Department of Environmental Health Managers, Aspen CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Environmental consequences of atmospheric nitrogen deposition to Rocky Mountain National Park. Poudre Golden K Kiwanis Club, Fort Collins, CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Field trip for air quality managers from Colorado Department of Environmental Health and Environment to Loch Vale Watershed.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Hindcasting nitrogen to determine and ecological critical load. Poster presented at the NADP annual meeting, Jackson, WY.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Led official field trip on Front Range air pollution issues for American Association of Geographers annual meeting in Denver, CO.

Baron, J. S. 2005. Rocky Mountain Environment and Society. NREL Fall seminar.

Baron, J. S. 2005. The value of long-term monitoring in alpine catchments for indicating climatic and environmental change. Gordon Research Conference, Waterville Maine.

Baron, J. S., M. Hartman, D. Ojima, B. M. Lafrancois, K. Nydick, H. Rueth, A. Wolfe, and J. Botte. 2005. Nitrogen deposition in the Rocky Mountains: Causes and consequences. Symposium on nitrogen eutrophication in xeric and agricultural systems. Riverside, CA.

Baron, J. S., J. Hicke, C. Allen, D. Fagre, D. McKenzie, N. Stephenson, D. L. Peterson, L. Christensen, and G. T. Pederson. 2005. Ecosystem services from mountain protected areas: Cascading effects from restoration of ecosystem processes. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Montreal Canada.

Butler, D. R., G. P. Malanson, S. J. Walsh, L. M. Resler, D. B. Fagre, and C. F. Sawyer. 2005. Multi-scale geomorphic impacts and controls on alpine treeline [Poster]. 36th International Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, University at Buffalo, SUNY, October 7-9, 2005.

Christensen, L., J. S. Baron, and C. Tague. 2005. Application of RHESSys model to environmental change in western mountain national parks. American Association of Geographers annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Adapting to the reality of climate change at Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. First international conference on impacts of climate change on high-mountain systems, University of Zurich and Instituto de Hidrologia, Meteorologia y Estudios Ambientales. Bogota, Colombia, November 21-23, 2005.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Changes in our mountain ecosystems. High country speaker series: Envisioning the future, Eagle Valley Library District, Vail, CO.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Climatic variability drives changes to the U.S. Northern Rocky Mountains. Open science conference: Global change in mountain regions, Perth Scotland, October 2-6, 2005.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Crown of the continent ecosystem responses to climate change. Mountain geography specialty group, "3536 the crown of the continent ecosystem: New insights from recent research - I", Association of American Geographers 2005 annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Disappearing Montana glaciers: Leaving our Ice Age legacy behind. Keynote presentation. In Special Session on Glaciers , Canadian Geophysical Union 2005 Annual Meeting, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Glacier National Park natural resource changes as a sign of climatic change. Rotary Club, Kalispell, Montana.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Glaciers, snow and avalanches as ecological drivers of change in Glacier National Park, Montana. Connecting the dots between the physical and ecological sciences III: Biodiversity and geodiversity, "People, places, and parks: preservation for future generations", The George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia, PA.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Global change in the northern Rocky Mountains: Leaving our Ice Age legacy behind. Climate change in National Parks I: Past initiatives, current science, and implications for the future, "People, places, and parks: Preservation for future generations", The George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia, PA.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Global change research at Glacier National Park : What a park visitor should know. Interpretation and education division winter training, Glacier National Park. West Glacier, Montana.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Mountain climate change and repeat photography. One-day course for the Gore Range Natural Science School 2005 Summer Programs, Red Cliff, Colorado.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Mountain ecosystems and the services they provide: Estimating responses to climatic change. Gore Range natural science school seminar, Avon, Colorado.

Fagre, D. B. 2005. Receding glaciers reflect ecosystem changes in Glacier National Park. Glacier Institute, Big Creek, Montana.

Fagre, D. B. and B. A. Reardon. 2005. Glacier studies in Glacier National Park. Brown bag seminar, Glacier National Park. September 14, 2005. West Glacier, MT.

Fawcett, P. J., F. Goff, J. Heikoop, C. D. Allen, L. Donohoo-Hurley, J. W. Geissman, C. Johnson, G. Woldegabriel, and J. Fessenden-Rahn. 2005. Climate change over a glacial-interglacial cycle from the Middle Pleistocene: A long term record from the Valles Caldera, New Mexico. Earth System Processes 2 Meeting, Sponsored by Geological Society of America, Calgary, Canada.

Fawcett, P. J., J. M. Heikoop, F. Goff, C. D. Allen, R. S. Anderson, L. Donohoo-Hurley, J. W. Geissman, C. Johnson, G. WoldeGabriel, and J. Fessenden-Rahn. 2005. Climate change over a glacial-interglacial cycle from the mid Pleistocene: A Lacustrine record from the Valles Caldera, New Mexico. AGU fall meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Gray, S. T., G. T. Pederson, D. B. Fagre, L. J. Graumlich, and J. L. Betancourt. 2005. Disentangling the climate/growth signal of millennial Pinus chronologies from the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract PP11A.

Hartman, M. D. J. S. Baron, and D. S. Ojima. 2005. Calculating pre-measurement atmospheric deposition, stream chemistry, and soil chemistry for an alpine watershed in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Hartman, M. D., J. S. Baron, and D. S. Ojima. 2005. Calculating pre-measurement atmospheric deposition, stream chemistry, and soil chemistry for an alpine watershed in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Poster presented at the NADP annual meeting, Jackson, WY.

Hartman, M. D., J. S. Baron, D. S. Ojima, and W. J. Parton. 2005. Modeling the timeline for lake and stream acidification from excess nitrogen deposition for Rocky Mountain National Park. George Wright Society, Philadelphia, PA.

Hicke, J. A. 2005. Context, characteristics, and consequences of recent bark beetle outbreaks: Contributions of landscape- to regional-scale analyses. Bark Beetle Symposium. Snowbird, UT.

Hicke, J. A. 2005. Development of a web site for analyzing temperatures in mountain regions over the last 100 years. MTNCLIM 2005, Pray, MT.

Hicke, J. A. 2005. Means and trends in solar radiation: Results from two global data sets and effects on estimated net primary production. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Hicke, J. A., D. S. Ojima, J. A. Logan, D. Kashian, M. G. Ryan, and W. Romme. 2005. Comparing the impacts of different disturbances of western North American forests on carbon cycling. Seventh International Carbon Dioxide Conference. Broomfield, CO.

Holzer, K. 2005. GLORIA in North America, an alpine ecology monitoring network [Poster]. Ecological Society of America meeting, Memphis, TN.

Holzer, K. 2005. Monitoring climate change in Glacier National Park. Natural Resources Conservation Service, Montana Districts Annual meeting, St. Mary, Montana.

Holzer, K. and D. B. Fagre. 2005. Monitoring alpine plants in the crown of the continent ecosystem: The Glacier National Park GLORIA project. Mountain geography specialty group, "3536 The crown of the continent ecosystem: New insights from recent research - I", Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Littell, J., D. McKenzie, and D. L. Peterson. 2005. Contributed paper at MTNCLIM: Ecological context of climate impacts on fire: Wildland fire area burned in the western US, 1916-2003. This research extends the analysis of McKenzie et al. (2004) by downscaling the state-level predictive models to ecologically meaningful units (ecoregions).

McKenzie, D. 2005. A national fuels map for coarse-scale modeling of fire effects. Presented at the BlueSky Annual Meeting, Edmonds, WA.

McKenzie, D. 2005. Climate, mountain ecosystems, and disturbance across scales: Challenges for the next century. MTNCLIM annual meeting, Chico Hot Springs, Pray, Montana.

McKenzie, D. 2005. How will climatic change affect regional haze and visibility in parks and wilderness? George Wright Society conference, Philadelphia, PA.

McKenzie, D. 2005. Integrated modelling to predict regional haze from wildland fire. International Association for Landscape Ecology annual meeting, Syracuse, NY.

McKenzie, D., A. G. Andreu, R. A. Norheim, A. C. Bayard, K. E. Kopper, L. -K. B. Kellogg, C. L. Raymond, and E. Elman. 2005. Landscape mapping of fuels using the FCCS system and remote sensing. Presentation at the EastFire Conference, Fairview Park, VA.

McKenzie, D., S. M. O’Neill, N. Larkin, and R. A. Norheim. 2005. Integrating models to predict the effects of wildfire on air quality in parks and wilderness. Presented at the Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions, Perth, Scotland, UK.

McKenzie, D., D. L. Peterson, and J. S. Littell. 2005. Effects of a warmer climate on stress complexes in forest of western North America. EOS Trans. AGU 86(52); Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract GC32A.

McKenzie, D., D. L. Peterson, and J. S. Littell. 2005. Effects of a warmer climate on stress complexes in forests of western North America. Presented to the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Ojima, D., D. Schimel, J. Hicke, S. Running, B. Stephens, and T. Hilinski. 2005. Estimation of regional carbon dynamics in complex landscapes of the Colorado Rockies by model-data fusion. Proceedings of the Open Science Conference: Global Change in Mountain Regions. Perth, Scotland.

Parsons, D. and D. B. Fagre. 2005. Climate change research in U.S. national parks: An overview. Climate change in national parks I: Past initiatives, current science, and implications for the future, "People, places, and parks: Preservation for future generations", The George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia, PA.

Pederson, G. T. 2005. Fire and ice: Climate change and melting mountains. Moonlight Basin Ski Resort, Big Sky, MT.

Pederson, G. T. (presenter), D. B. Fagre, S. T. Gray, and L.J. Graumlich. 2005. Fire and ice: Understanding the legacy of the Little Ice Age for contemporary landscape patterns and processes in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA [abstract] Meeting of the Association of American Geographers program. Denver, CO. www.aag.org/annualmeetings/

Pederson, G., D. Fagre, B. Luckman, L. Graumlich, E. Watson, and S. Gray. 2005. Climate change, glacier retreat, and ecosystem history of the Northern Rocky Mountains. Science and History Conference, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park, Montana.

Pederson, G. T., S. T. Gray, C. Woodhouse, and T. Kipfer. 2005. The past climate variability and impacts clearinghouse: Linking new users to paleoenvironmental resources. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract PP11A-1432.

Pederson, G. T. (presenter), E. Watson, B. H. Luckman, D. B. Fagre, S. T. Gray, and L. J. Graumlich. 2005. Tree-ring based estimates of glacier mass balance in the Northern Rocky Mountains for the past 300 years. [abstract] MTNCLIM 2005 program. Chico Hot Springs, Pray, MT. www.fs.fed.us/psw/mtnclim/.

Peterson, D. L., D. B. Fagre, D. McKenzie, C. Allen, J. Baron, and N. Stephenson. 2005. Effects of climatic variability and change on forest ecosystems - Empirical evidence from the Western Mountain Initiative Network. Anticipating challenges to western mountain ecosystems: MTNCLIM 2005, consortium for integrated climate research in western mountains, Chico Hot Springs, Pray, Montana.

Reardon, B. 2005. Avalanche Hazards and Patterns in John F. Stevens Canyon, 1910-2004. Middle Fork Environmental Impact Statement Team, U.S. Forest Service and National Park Service, West Glacier, Montana.

Reardon, B. and D. Fagre. 2005. Climate change and avalanche prediction in Glacier National Park. Science and History Conference, Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park, Montana.

Reardon, B. A., D. B. Fagre, G. T. Pederson, and C. J. Caruso. 2005. Climate influences on large-magnitude natural snow avalanches in John F. Stevens Canyon, Montana [Abstract], Eos Trans. AGU. 8(52). Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract GC33A-1248.

Reardon, B. A. and D. B. Fagre. 2005. Rain last night and hell this morning: Patterns of large magnitude natural avalanches in Glacier National Park, USA. Mountain Geography Specialty Group, "3536 The crown of the continent ecosystem: New insights from recent research - II", Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Reardon, B. and K. Holzer. 2005. Global climate change research at Glacier National Park. Interpreter Annual Training, Glacier National Park, West Glacier, Montana.

Selkowitz, D., A. Nolin, and D. B. Fagre. 2005. Measuring and modeling snow cover variability across a range of vegetation zones and climate regimes in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Cryosphere Specialty Group, 4537 climate and cryosphere IV: Snow system science, Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Biotic consequences of climatic change. Joint USGS - FWS Future Challenges Project, Southwestern Regional Workshop. Sacramento, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Biotic consequences of climatic change, and some implications for wildlands management. 8th World Wilderness Congress, "Wilderness, Wildlands and People – A Partnership for the Future," Anchorage, Alaska.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. The era of rapid climatic changes: "Natural" is dead, so now what? Caring for parks, caring for people, acting for the future. Superintendents of the Pacific West Region of the National Park Service annual meeting. Portland, OR.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Fire management and the National Park Service mission in an era of rapid global changes. Annual Fire Ecology Meeting, National Park Service, Pacific West Region. Sequoia National Park, California.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Models of vegetation responses to global changes: How good are our assumptions? Seminar series in environmental systems, University of California, Merced, CA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. The National Park Service mission in an era of rapid global changes: A dinosaur that must evolve or die? Abstracts, the George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites, Philadelphia, PA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Three issues with restoring fire and forests. Forest health, fire, and biodiversity. The George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites. Philadelphia, PA.

Stephenson, N. L. 2005. Wilderness management in an era of rapid global changes: The death of “natural,” and redefinition of goals. Abstracts, 8th World Wilderness Congress, “Wilderness, Wildlands and People – A Partnership for the Planet,” Anchorage, Alaska.

Swetnam, T. W., R. G. Balice, W. H. Romme, and C. D. Allen. 2005. Is a new paradigm of post-fire succession warranted? Organized oral session - Post-fire conversion of forest to non-forest: Do we need new theory? Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Montreal, Canada.

van Mantgem, P. J. 2005. The role of USGS science in America's National Parks. A presentation for a visiting delegation of the Hungarian National Park Service. Sequoia National Park, CA.

van Mantgem, P. J., and N. L. Stephenson. 2005. Forest changes following first and second entry burns: Twenty-one years of monitoring at Tharp Creek, Sequoia National Park, California. USGS Fire Sciences Workshop, Tucson, Arizona.

Watson, E. (presenter), B. H. Luckman, G. T. Pederson, and B. Yu. 2005. Comparing tree-ring proxies of environmental variability in the Canadian Rockies. [abstract] Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. London, Ontario.

Watson, E. (presenter), B. H. Luckman, G. T. Pederson, and R. J. Wilson. 2005. Environmental changes in the southern Canadian Rockies from multiple-tree ring proxies. [abstract] MTNCLIM 2005 program. Chico Hot Springs, MT. www.fs.fed.us/psw/mtnclim/.

Welling, L., D. B. Fagre, J. Thomas, and K. Scott. 2005. Climate change in national parks: Moving from knowledge to action. Forecasting environmental changes: 2005 Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment, National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C.

WMI poster presented at MTNCLIM 2005, abiennial conference on mountain climate and ecosystem research and management, held March 1-4, 2005 at Chico Hot Springs Historic Resort, Pray Montana. This meeting was sponsored by the Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains (CIRMOUNT).

2004[Top]

Advani, S. and J. Baron. 2004. From fertilization to fluxes: The effect of increased nitrogen availability on soil carbon efflux in the subalpine forest. Rocky Mountain National Park all-scientists meeting.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Climate, insects, and regional-scale vegetation dieback in the southwestern U.S.: The 1950s, now, and global change implications. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Ecohydrology and landscape change in northern New Mexico . University lecture at New Mexico Tech University, Socorro, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Ecological and landscape responses to severe drought. Western Governor's Association / USGS / International Boundary Commission meeting: Improving the application of science in Western drought management & planning. Phoenix, AZ.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Ecological restoration: A case study from the Bandelier Wilderness, New Mexico. Presentation and led discussion for regional wilderness stewardship training course of 40 federal land managers, held by Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center. Burns, OR.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Massive forest dieback. Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Persistence, teamwork, serendipity, and ecosystem change: Long-term studies in the mountains of New Mexico. Utah State University, Logan, UT.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Range-related research at the USGS Jemez Mountains Field Station. Talk and panel discussion to New Mexico Society for Range Management annual meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Restoring woodland ecosystems: Practical ideas from recent research on piñon-juniper woodlands. Workshop presented at The Quivira Coalition third annual conference. Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Sensitivity of southwestern US mountain ecosystems to climate variability: Interactions among forest dieback, fire, and erosion. American Geophysical Union fall meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Allen, C. D. 2004. A thousand years of ecological change in the Southwest: Views from New Mexico mountains. Utah State University, Logan, UT.

Allen, C. D. 2004. Vegetation change in the Rio Grande Basin . Keynote presentation to fourth annual meeting of NSF Science and Technology Center SAHRA (Sustainability of semi-Arid Hydrology and Riparian Areas). Albuquerque, NM.

Allen, C. D. and Balmat, J. 2004. Fact Sheet: Fire History of the Santa Fé Municipal Watershed Project Summary. November 2004.

Allen, C. D., K. Beeley, R. S. Anderson, D. D. Breshears, T. W. Swetnam, and D. L. Lightfoot. 2004. Climate change research in the southern Rocky Mountains : Building the Western Mountain Initiative (WMI). Poster at the Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Anderson, R. S., C. D. Allen, J. L. Toney, R. B. Jass, and A. N. Bair. 2004. Holocene vegetation & forest fire regimes in subalpine & mixed conifer forests, southern Colorado & northern New Mexico, USA. International Palynological Congress, Granada, Spain.

Baron, J. S. 2004. Presentations about Rocky Mountain futures to the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project, Denver; the University of MT, Missoula; the Boulder Watershed Forum; the Rocky Mountain All-scientists meeting forum; the Colorado College, the unveiling of Rockies Report Card; and the editors of Island Press, Boulder.

Baron, J. S. 2004. The view from the top: Mountain global change research. NREL Symposium.

Baron, J. S., L. Landrum, L. Casuto, and C. Tague. 2004. Climate change research in the Colorado Rockies: Building toward the Western Mountain Initiative (WMI). Mountain Climate Change Science Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Betancourt J. (presenter), G. McCabe, M. Palecki, S. T. Gray, L. J. Graumlich, and G. T. Pederson. 2004. Historic and climatic context for multiseasonal, multiyear, and multibasin droughts. Forest Health Monitoring Working Group, Sedona , AZ.

Breshears, D. D., N. S. Cobb, P. M. Rich, K. Price, L. Floyd-Hannah, W. H. Romme, J. Belnap, J. Anderson, C. D. Allen, and R. G. Balice. 2004. Rapid regional ecosystem reset: A first look at impacts of global change type drought. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Bunn, A. G. 2004. Using a simulation model to compare methods of tree-ring detrending and to investigate the detectability of low frequency signals. Tree Rings and Climate: Sharpening the Focus. Tucson, Arizona. April 2004.

Choate, J. and C. Tague. 2004. A RHESSys training workshop was held at NREL.

Christensen, L. 2004. Description of RHESSys: Regional Hydro-Ecological Simulation System Ecosystem Model, WMI PI annual meeting, Bandelier, NM.

Fagre, D. B. 2004. Integrated projections of global change impacts. Workshop on projecting global change impacts in mountain biosphere reserves, European Union GLOCHAMORE project, Gran Sasso National Park, L'Aquila, Italy.

Fagre, D. B. 2004. Variability and trends in alpine glaciers [abstract]. Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT.

Fagre, D. B., K. Holzer, B. Reardon, D. Selkowitz, and L. McKeon. 2004. Snow and climate change research in two mountain catchments, Glacier National Park , Montana . EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union , 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract C31A-0311.

Fagre, D. B. and D. L. Peterson. 2004. Global-scale environmental changes in mountain protected areas, the CLIMET project. Interdisciplinary research and management in mountain areas conference, Banff Centre for Mountain Culture, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Fagre, D. B., D. L. Peterson, D. McKenzie, S. Kang, and S. W. Running. 2004. Climatic change in the Northwest: Building the Western Mountain Initiative (WMI) [abstract]. Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Fawcett, P. J., F. Goff, J. Heikoop, C. D. Allen, J. W. Geissman, L. Donohoo-Hurley, T. F. Wawrzyniec, J. Fessenden-Rahn, and G. Woldegabriel. 2004. Deep coring of the Valles Caldera, northern New Mexico to obtain a long-term Paleoclimatic record. American Geophysical Union, fall meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Graumlich, L. J., G. T. Pederson, D. B. Fagre, and S. T. Gray. 2004. Mountain systems, persistent drought and the vulnerability of ecosystem services: A case study from Glacier National Park , USA . EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U52A-05.

Gray, S. T. (presenter), L. J. Graumlich, and G. T. Pederson. 2004. Linking low-frequency climate variability, ecosystem structure and hydrologic processes in the Rocky Mountain West. [abstract] In Tree rings and climate: Sharpening the focus; Tucson , AZ. www.ltrr.arizona.edu/~mhughes/April04conf/program.htm.

Gray, S. T., L. J. Graumlich, G. T. Pederson, D. B. Fagre, J. L. Betancourt, J. R. Norris, and S. T. Jackson. 2004. Paleo-environmental perspectives on climate-change monitoring in the national parks of the northern U.S. Rocky Mountains. EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP52A-06.

Hartman, M. D. 2004. Modeling the timeline to stream acidification from excess nitrogen deposition in Loch Vale Watershed. Presentations at the Rocky Mountain National Park Research Conference in Estes Park; the Ecological Society of America annual meeting in Portland, OR; the NADP Scientific Symposium and Technical Committee Meeting in Halifax, Nova Scotia; and the NREL weekly seminar series.

Hicke, J. A. 2004. Understanding mechanisms driving carbon sources and sinks using satellite remote sensing. Global connections between NREL and the World: Lessons learned, NREL symposium, Fort Collins, CO.

Hicke, J. A. and D. N. Kindig . 2004. ENSO influences on a 17-year record of satellite-derived net primary production in western North American mountains. Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Hicke, J. A., J. A. Logan, J. Powell, and D. S. Ojima . 2004. Increasing temperatures in mountainous regions of the western United States and effects on insect outbreaks. American Geophysical Society, San Francisco, CA.

Hicke, J. A., D. S. Ojima, S. Running, and D. Schimel. 2004. Using remote sensing products in carbon cycle studies of the mountainous western US. MODIS Vegetation Workshop II, Missoula, MT.

Holzer, K. and D. Fagre. 2004. The Glacier National Park GLORIA project: A new US target region for alpine plant monitoring installed in the northern Rocky Mountains, Montana . EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union , 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U53A-0712.

Jachowski, R., D. Fagre, and B. Reardon. 2004. Climate Research Activities: Understanding Mountain Ecosystems Responses to Climatic Variability [poster], Northern Rockies Information Node Meeting, June 21-24, 2004, Bozeman, MT.

Jacobs, B. F. and C. D. Allen. 2004. Recent dynamics in a southwestern piñon-juniper woodland: Disturbance, disequilibrium, and opportunities for restoration. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Keeley, J. 2004. History of human impacts on fire regimes of California shrublands and woodlands. Ecological Society of America annual meeting.

Malanson, G. P., K. J. Alftine, M. F. Bekker, D. G. Brown, D. R. Butler, D. M. Cairns, D. B. Fagre, L. M. Resler, G. L. Schmid, S. J. Walsh, and Y. Zeng. 2004. Advance of trees into alpine tundra [abstract]. Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

McKenzie, D. 2004. Climatic change and wildfire: Past, present, and future. JISAO-Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

McKenzie, D. 2004. Fire regimes of the Western Hemisphere from the boreal forest to Tierra del Fuego. International conference in Oaxaca, Mexico.

McKenzie, D. 2004. Integrated modelling to predict regional haze from prescribed and wildland fire. International Society for Ecological Modelling (ISEM) conference, Quebec.

McKenzie, D. 2004. Media interviews with several publications around the West, including High Country News, the Albuquerque Journal, and the Missoulan.

McKenzie, D., A. K. Bayard, K. E. Kopper and D. V. Sandberg. 2004. A rule-based classification of fuels for landscape modeling of fire. (qualitative coarse-scale mapping of fuels across western US using USFS FERA's FCCS system). Presented at Ecologocal Society of America Meeting August 1-6, 2004.

McKenzie, D., and D. A. Falk. 2004. A null model for the temporal distribution of surface fire events. (theoretical exploration of a discrete probability model of fire occurrence and significance of departures from same). Presented at Ecologocal Society of America Meeting August 1-6, 2004.

Millar, C. I. and D. B. Fagre. 2004. Integrating climate and ecosystem-response sciences in temperate western North American mountains: The CIRMOUNT Initiative. EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U51A-01.

Muldavin, E. H., C. D. Allen, and R. G. Balice. 2004. Forest and woodland communities of the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico, USA. IAVS, Hawaii.

Pederson, G. T. (presenter), D. B. Fagre, S. T. Gray, and L. J. Graumlich. 2004. Glacial extent of the past and present: Linkages between local and regional decadal-scale climate drivers of glacial dynamics in Glacier National Park , Montana , USA . [abstract] WENGEN Workshops on Global Change Research - Mountain Glaciers and Society: Perception, Science, Impacts and Policy program. Wengen, Switzerland. www.unifr.ch/geoscience/geographie/EVENTS/Wengen/04/Wengen2004.html

Pederson, G. T., D. B. Fagre, S. T. Gray, and L. J. Graumlich. 2004. Linking regional decadal-scale drivers of snowpack to local summer drought: a paleo-perspective on glacier mass balance in Glacier National Park, Montana. [abstract]. Tree-rings and Climate: Sharpening the Focus, Tucson, AZ, April 10-13, 2004.

Pederson, G. T., D. B. Fagre, S. T. Gray, and L. J. Graumlich. 2004. On thin ice in Glacier National Park : Linking climate history to glacial dynamics using tree-rings. Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park.

Pederson, G. T. and K. Kirk. 2004. Volcanic heat to glacial ice: A quick tour through events that shaped the northern Rockies and the Big Sky region. Moonlight Basin Ski Resort.

Peterson, D. L., C. Allen, J. Baron, D. Fagre, D. McKenzie, and N. Stephenson. 2004. The Western Mountain Initiative: A network of mountain protected areas for global change research. Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium: Anticipating challenges to western mountain ecosystems and resources. Lake Tahoe, CA.

Peterson, D. L., and D. McKenzie. 2004. Interacting controls on fire in the Pacific Northwest: land management, climate, and fuels. (presented a conceptual (and potentially quantitative) framework for indentifying relative importance of top-down vs bottom-up controls on fire regimes). Presented at Ecologocal Society of America Meeting August 1-6, 2004.

Reardon, B. A., D. B. Fagre, and T. Steiner. 2004. Natural avalanches and transportation: A case study from Glacier National Park , USA . International Snow Science Workshop, American Avalanche Institute, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Rich, P., D. Breshears, K. Price, N. Cobb, J. Kastens, C. Allen, and R. Balice. 2004. Drought-induced mortality in semiarid woodlands. New Mexico Geographic Information Council (NMGIC) fall meeting. Albuquerque, NM.

Rich, P., D. Breshears, K. Price, N. Cobb, J. Kastens, C. Allen, and R. Balice. 2004. Drought-induced mortality in semiarid woodlands: Assessing regional consequences of climate change. ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Running, S. W. and J. S. Baron. 2004. Assessing landscape-scale connections between the water cycle and vegetation dynamics: Ecohydrology: Towards an ecologically meaningful water budget. Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Selkowitz, D., A. Nolin, and D. Fagre. 2004. Landscape vegetation structure and snow cover relationships at multiple scales in Glacier National Park , Montana , USA . EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union , 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract C31A-0291.

Stephenson, N. L. 2004. Fire in national parks: Stories of the past, present, and future. Invited keynote address, National Interagency Fire Center -- NPS Annual Fire Education, Prevention, and Information Specialists' Workshop, Leading Fire Communications into the Future. Sequoia National Park, California.

Stephenson, N. L., and P. J. van Mantgem. 2004. Dissecting the inverse relationship between tree growth rate and probability of death. Abstracts , Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Stephenson, N. L. 2004. Thinking like a plant: connecting biogeography to fluxes of energy and water. FLUXNET Open Workshop, Florence, Italy. www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/science/lifespans.shtml.

Stephenson, N. L., P. J. van Mantgem, J. E. Keeley, R. S. Anderson, L. J. Graumlich, M. K. Hughes, D. J. Parsons, T. W. Swetnam, D. L. Urban, and J. W. van Wagtendonk. 2004. Climatic change research in the Sierra Nevada : Building the Western Mountain Initiative. Abstracts , Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium, Lake Tahoe, CA.

van Mantgem, P. J., and N. L. Stephenson. 2004. The accuracy of matrix projection models for coniferous trees in the Sierra Nevada, California. Abstracts, Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Woessner, W. W., S. W. Running, D. F. Potts, J. S. Kimball, T. H. Deluca, D. B. Fagre, S. Makepeace, M. S. Hendrix, M. S. Lorang, B. K. Ellis, J. LaFave, and J. Harper. 2004. Flathead River Basin Hydrologic Observatory, northern Rocky Mountains. EOS Trans. American Geophysical Union, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H31C-0395.

2003[Top]

Butler , D., G. P. Malanson, D. B. Fagre, S. McKnight, B. Reardon. 2003. Tree-ring dating of high magnitude snow-avalanche winters and their relationship with snow-water equivalence (SWE) [abstract]. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Fagre, D. B. 2003. The geography of snow in the crown of the continent ecosystem [abstract]. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Fagre, D. B. 2003. Glacier National Park Biosphere Reserve [abstract]. UNESCO MAB and Mountain Research Initiative, Entlebuch, Switzerland.

Fagre, D. B. 2003. Global environmental effects on mountain ecosystems: A case study from Glacier National Park [abstract]. 20 th Annual PACLIM Workshop, Pacific Grove, CA .

Malanson, G. P., S. J. Walsh, D. R. Butler, B. Reardon, D. B. Fagre, and S. McKnight. 2003. Effects of avalanches on local carbon budgets and regional forest dynamics [abstract]. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Pederson, G. T. 2003. Climate change: Local and global perspectives. Gordon Research Conferences. Big Sky Institute Outdoor Science Adventures.

Pederson, G. T. (presenter), D. B. Fagre, and L.J. Graumlich. 2003. Do trees tell the same story as glaciers? Reconstructing drought in Glacier National Park , Montana since A.D. 1540. [abstract]. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA .

Peterson, D. L. and D. B. Fagre. 2003. Climatic variability, ecosystem dynamics, and disturbance in mountain protected areas: Assessing the vulnerability of natural resources [abstract]. USGS Global Change Program Overview Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.

Reardon, B. and G. T. Pederson. 2003. Long-term change in Glacier National Park, Montana. Northwestern Wilderness Managers Workshop. Glacier National Park, MT.

Selkowitz, D. and D. B. Fagre. 2003. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.