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Allen, C.D., D.D. Breshears, and N.G. McDowell. 2015. On underestimation of global vulnerability to tree mortality and forest die-off from hotter drought in the Anthropocene. Ecosphere 6(8):129. doi.org/10.1890/ES15-00203.1.

Anderegg, W.R.L., J.A. Hicke, R.A. Fisher, C.D. Allen, J. Aukema, B. Bentz, S. Hood, J.W. Lichstein, A.K. Macalady, N. McDowell, Y. Pan, K. Raffa, A. Sala, J.D. Shaw, N.L. Stephenson, C. Tague, and M. Zeppel. 2015. Tree mortality from drought, insects, and their interactions in a changing climate. New Phytologist 208:674-683.

Bennett, A.C., N.G. McDowell, C.D. Allen, and K.J. Anderson-Teixeira. 2015. Larger trees suffer most during drought in forests worldwide. Nature Plants 1, article number:15139. doi:10.1038/nplants.2015.139.

Boot, C.M., E.K. Hall, K. Denef, and J.S. Baron. 2015. Long-term reactive nitrogen loading alters soil carbon and microbial community properties in a subalpine forest ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92:211-220.

Brooks, P.D., J. Chorover, Y. Fan, S.E. Godsey, R.M. Maxwell, J.P. McNamara, and C.L. Tague. 2015. Hydrological partitioning in the critical zone: recent advances and opportunities for developing transferable understanding of water cycle dynamics. Water Resources Research doi:10.1002/2015WR017039

Clark, A.M., J.T. Harper, and D.B. Fagre. 2015. Glacier-derived August runoff in northwest Montana. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 47:1-16.

Das, A.J., and N.L. Stephenson. 2015. Improving estimates of tree mortality probability using potential growth rate. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:920-928.

DeVisser M.H., and A.G. Fountain. 2015. A century of glacier change in the Wind River Range, WY. Geomorphology 232:103-116

Garcia, E.S., and C.L. Tague. 2015. Soil storage influences climate-evapotranspiration interactions in three western United States catchments. Hydrology and Earth Sciences 12:7893-7931.

Halmy, M. W.A., P.E. Gessler, J.A. Hicke, and B.B. Salem. 2015. Land use/land cover change detection and prediction in the north-western coastal desert of Egypt using Markov-CA. Applied Geography 63:101-112.

Halofsky, J.E., D.L. Peterson, and K.W. Marcinkowski. 2015. Climate change adaptation in United States federal natural resource science and management agencies: a synthesis. U.S. Global Change Research Program, Washington, DC. Available at http://www.globalchange.gov/browse/reports/climate-change-adaptation-united-states-federal-natural-resource-science-and.

Halpern, C.B., J.A. Antos, D. McKenzie, and A.M. Olson. 2015. Legacies of conifer influence and fire mediate biotic interactions and community reassembly following tree removal from grasslands. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12570.

Keane, R.E., D. McKenzie, D.A. Falk, E.A.H. Smithwick, C. Miller, and L.-K.B. Kellogg. 2015. Representing climate, disturbance, and vegetation interactions in landscape models. Ecological Modelling 309:33-47.

Marcinkowski, K.W. and D.L. Peterson. 2015. A 350-year reconstruction of the response of South Cascade Glacier to interannual and interdecadal climatic variability. Northwest Science 89:14-33.

Marcinkowski, K.W., D.L. Peterson, and G.J. Ettl. 2015. Non-stationary temporal response of mountain hemlock growth to climatic variability in the North Cascades, Washington, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:676-688.

McDowell, N.G., and C.D. Allen. 2015. Darcy's law predicts widespread forest mortality under climate warming. Nature Climate Change 5:669-672.

McDowell, N.G., N.C. Coops, P.S.A. Beck, J.Q. Chambers, C. Gangodagamage, J.A. Hicke, C.-Y. Huang, R. Kennedy, D.J. Krofcheck, M. Litvak, A.J.H. Meddens, J. Muss, R. Negrón-Juarez, C. Peng, A.M. Schwantes, J.J. Swenson, L.J. Vernon, A.P. Williams, C. Xu, M. Zhao, S.W. Running, and C.D. Allen. 2015. Global satellite monitoring of climate-induced vegetation disturbances. Trends in Plant Science 20:114-123.

McKenzie, D., and A.H. Perera. 2015. Modeling wildfire regimes in forest landscapes: abstracting a complex reality. Chapter 4 in Perera, A.H., B.R. Sturtevant, and L.J. Buse, eds. Simulation Modeling of Forest Landscape Disturbances, Springer, New York.

Millar, C.I., and N.L. Stephenson. 2015. Temperate forest health in an era of emerging megadisturbance. Science 349:823-826.

Nesmith, J.C.B., A.J. Das, K.L. O'Hara, and P.J. van Mantgem. 2015. The influence of prefire tree growth and crown condition on postfire mortality of sugar pine following prescribed fire in Sequoia National Park. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:910-919.

Osborne, B.B., J.S. Baron, and M.D.Wallenstein. 2015. Moisture and temperature controls on nitrification differ among ammonia oxidizer communities from three alpine soil habitats. Frontiers in Earth Science DOI 10.1007/s11707-015-0556-x.

Schwartz, M.W., N. Butt, C.R. Dolanc, A. Holguin, M.A. Moritz, M.P. North, H.D. Safford, N.L. Stephenson, J.H. Thorne, and P.J. van Mantgem. 2015. Increasing elevation of fire in the Sierra Nevada and implications for forest change. Ecosphere 6(7):121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES15-00003.1.

Seidl, R., T.A. Spies, D.L. Peterson, S.L. Stephens, and J.A. Hicke. Searching for resilience: addressing the impacts of changing disturbance regimes on forest ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12511.

Spaulding, S.A., M.K. Otu, A.P. Wolfe, and J.S. Baron. 2015. Paleolimnological records of nitrogen deposition in high-elevation lakes of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 47:701-715.

Waitt, R.B., B.R. Edwards, and A.G. Fountain. 2015. Ice-clad Volcanoes. In C. Huggel, J. Clague, A. Kaab, and M. Carey (eds) The High-Mountain Cryospheree: Environmental Changes and Human risks. Cambridge University Press, pp. 272-294.

Allen, C.D., is a contributing author (provided Figure 4-7 and associated caption) to: Settele, J., R. Scholes, R. Betts, S. Bunn, P. Leadley, D. Nepstad, J. Overpeck, M.A. Taboada (contributing lead authors). 2014. Chapter 4, Terrestrial and Inland Water Systems. In: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), C. Field et al. (Eds.), In: Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Cansler, C.A, and D. McKenzie. 2014. Climate, fire size, and biophysical setting control fire severity and spatial pattern in the northern Cascade Range, USA. Ecological Applications 24:1037-1056.

Cansler, C.A., and D. McKenzie. 2014. Burn severity and severity patterns in the northern Cascade Range, Washington. Mountain Views 8:14-17.

Chen, F., G. Zhang, M. Barlage, Y. Zhang, J.A. Hicke, A. Meddens, G. Zhou, W.J. Massman, and J. Frank. 2014. An observational and modeling study of impacts of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on surface energy and hydrological cycles. Journal of Hydrometeorology 16:744-761.

Cisneros-Dozal, L.M., Y. Huang, J.M. Heikoop, P.J. Fawcett, J. Fessenden, R.S. Anderson, P.A. Meyers, T. Larson, G. Perkins, J. Toney, J.P. Werne, F. Goff, G. WoldeGabriel, C.D. Allen, and M.A. Berke. 2014. Assessing the strength of the monsoon during the mid-Pleistocene in southwestern United States. Quaternary Science Reviews 103:81-90.

Collins, B.M., A.J. Das, J.J. Battles, D. Fry, K.D. Krasnow, and S.L. Stephens. 2014. Beyond reducing fire hazard: fuel treatment impacts on overstory tree survival. Ecological Applications 24:1879-1886.

Creeden, E.P., J.A. Hicke, and P.C. Buotte. 2014. Climate, weather, and recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks in the western United States. Forest Ecology and Management 312:239-251.

Daniels, A., N. Shaw, D.L. Peterson, K. Nislow, M. Tomosy, and M. Rowland. 2014. Facing climate change in forests and fields. The Wildlife Professional 8:31-35.

Fountain, A.G., H.J. Basagic IV, C. Cannon, M. Devisser, M.J. Hoffman, J.S. Kargel, G.J. Leonard, and K. Thorneykroft. 2014. Glaciers and perennial snowfields of the American Cordillera, USA. Pages 385-408 in: J.S. Kargel, G.J. Leonard, M.P. Bishop, P. Blondel, C. Horwood, A. Kaab, and B. Raup (Eds.), Global Land Ice Measurements from Space, Praxis-Springer, London. 876pp.

French, N.H.F., D. McKenzie, T. Erickson, B. Koziol, M. Billmire, K.A. Endsley, N.K. Yager Scheinerman, L. Jenkins, M.E. Miller, R.D. Ottmar, and S.J. Prichard. 2014. Modeling regional-scale wildland fire emissions with the Wildland Fire Emissions Information System. Earth Interactions 18 (Paper 16).

Fulé, P.Z., T.W. Swetnam, P.M. Brown, D.A. Falk, D.L. Peterson, C.D. Allen, G.H. Aplet, M.A. Battaglia, D. Binkley, C. Farris, R.E. Keane, E.Q. Margolis, H. Grissino-Mayer, C. Miller, C. Hull Sieg, C. Skinner, S.L. Stephens, and A. Taylor. 2014. Unsupported inferences of high severity fire in historical western United States dry forests: Response to Williams and Baker. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:825-830.

Halofsky, J.E., D.L. Peterson, L.A. Joyce, C.I. Millar, J.M. Rice, and C.W. Swanston. 2014. Implementing climate change adaptation in forested regions of the United States. In Sample, V.A. and R.P. Bixler (editors), Forest conservation and management in the anthropocene: conference proceedings. Proceedings RMRS-P-71. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 494 p.

Hartman, M.D., J.S. Baron, H.E. Ewing, and K.T. Weathers. 2014. Combined global change effects on ecosystem processes in nine U.S. topographically complex areas. Biogeochemistry 119: 85-108.

Hastings, B., and S. Kampf. 2014. Evaluation of digital cannel network derivation methods in a glaciated subalpine catchment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms DOI: 10.1002/esp.3566.

Heath, T.J., and J.S. Baron. 2014. Climate, not atmospheric deposition, drives the biogeochemical mass-balance of a mountain watershed. Aquatic Geochemistry 20:167-181.

Kampf, S., J. Markus, J. Heath, and C. Moore. 2014. Snowmelt and soil moisture dynamics on steep subalpine hillslopes. Hydrological Processes DOI 10.1002/hyp.10179.

Kang, S., S.W. Running, J.S. Kimball, D.B. Fagre, A. Michaelis, D.L. Peterson, J.E. Halofsky, and S. Hong. 2014. Effects of spatial and temporal climatic variability on terrestrial carbon and water fluxes in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Environmental Modelling and Software 51: 228-239.

Mast, M.A., D.W. Clow, J.S. Baron, and G.A. Wetherbee. 2014. Links between N Deposition and Nitrate Export from a High-Elevation Watershed in the Colorado Front Range. Environmental Science and Technology 48:14258-14265.

McKenzie, D., U. Shankar, R.E. Keane, E.N. Stavros, W.E. Heilman, D.G. Fox, and A.C. Riebau. 2014. Smoke consequences of new fire regimes driven by climate change. Earth's Future DOI 10.1002/2013EF000180.

Meddens, A.J.H. and J.A. Hicke. 2014. Spatial and temporal patterns of Landsat-based detection of tree mortality caused by a mountain pine beetle outbreak in Colorado, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 322:78-88.

Meddens, A.J.H., J.A. Hicke, A.K. Macalady, P.C. Buotte, T.R. Cowles, and C.D. Allen. 2014. Patterns and causes of observed piñon pine mortality in the southwestern United States. New Phytologist 206:91-97.

Millar, C.I., C.W. Swanston, and D.L. Peterson. 2014. Adapting to climate change. Pages 183-222 in D.L. Peterson, J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds.), Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Moore C, S. Kampf, B. Stone, and E. Richer. 2014. A GIS-based method for defining snow zones: application to the western United States. Geocarto International DOI 10.1080/10106049.2014.885089.

Murdoch, P.S., M. McHale, and J.S. Baron. 2014. Reflections on a vision for integrated research and monitoring after 15 years. Aquatic Geochemistry 20:363-380.

Ojima, D.S., L.R. Iverson, B.L. Sohngen, J.M. Vose, C.W. Woodall, G.M. Domke, D.L. Peterson, J.S. Littell, S.N. Matthews, A.M. Prasad, M.P. Peters, G.W. Yohe, and M. M. Friggens. 2014. Risk assessment. Pages 233-244 in D.L. Peterson, J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds.), Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Patel-Weynand, T., D.L. Peterson, and J.M. Vose. 2014. Research and assessment in the twenty-first century. Pages 247-252 in D.L. Peterson, J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds.), Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Peitzsch, E.H., J. Hendrikx, and D.B. Fagre. 2014. Assessing the importance of terrain parameters on glide avalanche release. Pages 708-715 in Proceedings of International Snow Science Workshop, Banff, Alberta, CA. September 29-October 4, 2014.

Peterson, D.L., and K.W. Marcinkowski. 2014. Recent changes in climate and forest ecosystems. Pages 3-11 in D.L. Peterson, J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds.), Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Peterson, D.L., J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand. 2014. Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Peterson, D.L., J.W. Wolken, T.N. Hollingsworth, C.P. Giardina, J.S. Littell, L.A. Joyce, C.W. Swanston, S.D. Handler, L.E. Rustad, and S.G. McNulty. 2014. Regional highlights of climate change. Pages 113-148 in D.L. Peterson, J.M. Vose, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds.), Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Pfeffer, W.T., A.A. Arendt, A. Bliss, T. Bolch, and 72 others. 2014. The Randolph glacier inventory: A globally complete inventory of glaciers. Journal of Glaciology 60:537-552.

Prato, A., and D.B. Fagre. 2014. Protected Area Management. Pages 385-388 in Encyclopedia of Natural Resources. Taylor and Francis, New York.

Prato, T., T. Paveglio, Y. Barnett, R. Silverstein, M. Hardy, R. Keane, R. Loehman, A. Clark, D. Fagre, T. Venn, and K. Stockmann. 2014. Simulating future residential property losses from wildfire in Flathead County, Montana. Pages 1-40 in J. Daniels, editor. Advances in Environmental Research. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY.

Raymond, C.L., D.L. Peterson, and R.M. Rochefort (eds.). 2014. Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the North Cascades region. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-892. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Sample, A., J.E. Halofsky, and D.L. Peterson. 2014. U.S. strategy for forest management adaptation to climate change: building a framework for decision making. Annals of Forest Science 71:125-130.

Stavros, E.N., D. McKenzie, and N.A. Larkin. 2014. The climate-wildfire-air quality system: interactions and feedbacks across spatial and temporal scales. WIREs Climate Change doi: 10.1002/wcc.303.

Stavros, E.N., J. Abatzoglou, D. McKenzie, and N.A. Larkin. 2014. Regional projections of the likelihood of very large wildland fires under a changing climate in the contiguous Western United States. Climatic Change 126:455-468.

Stavros, E.N., J. Abatzoglou, N.A. Larkin, D. McKenzie, and A. Steel. 2014. Climate and very large wildland fires in the contiguous western USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire 23:899-914.

Stephenson, N.L. 2014. Making the transition to the third era of natural resources management. The George Wright Forum 31:227-235.

Stephenson, N.L., A.J. Das, R. Condit, S.E. Russo, and 34 others. 2014. Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size. Nature 507:90-93.

van Mantgem, P.J., and A.J. Das. 2014. An individual-based growth and competition model for coastal redwood forest restoration. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44:1051-1057.

Albright, W.L., and D.L. Peterson. 2013. Tree growth and climate in the Pacific Northwest, North America: a broad-scale analysis of changing growth environments. Journal of Biogeography 40:2119-2133.

Alexander, M.E., M.G. Cruz, N.M. Vaillant, and D.L. Peterson. 2013. Crown fire behavior characteristics and prediction in conifer forests: a state-of-knowledge synthesis. Final report to the Joint Fire Science Program, project 09-S-03-1. https://www.fir.

Das, A.J., and N.L. Stephenson. 2013. A natural resource condition assessment for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Appendix 22 - Climatic change. Natural Resource Report NPS/SEKI/NRR2013/665.22. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.

Das, A.J., N.L. Stephenson, A. Flint, T. Das, and P.J. van Mantgem. 2013. Climatic correlates of tree mortality in water- and energy-limited forests. PLoS ONE 8(7):e69917. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069917.

Dick, K. 2013. Glacier change in the North Cascades, Washington State. MAters Thesis, Portland State University, Portland.

Garcia, E.S., C.L. Tague, and J.S. Choate. 2013. Influence of spatial temperature estimation method in ecohydrologic modeling in the Western Oregon Cascades. Water Resources Research 49:1611-1624.

Garrity, S.R., C.D. Allen, S.P. Brumby, C. Gangodagamage, N.G. McDowell, and D.M. Cai. 2013. Quantifying tree mortality in a mixed species woodland using multitemporal high spatial resolution satellite imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 129:54-65.

Grant, G.E., C.L. Tague, and C.D. Allen. 2013. Watering the forest for the trees: an emerging priority for managing water in forest landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11:314-321.

Hicke, J.A., A.J.H. Meddens, C.D. Allen, and C.A. Kolden. 2013. Carbon stocks of trees killed by bark beetles and wildfire in the western United States. Environmental Research Letters 8, 035032 (8pp).

Huber, A., A.J. Das, R. Wenk, and S. Haultain. 2013. A natural resource condition assessment for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Appendix 14 - Plants of Conservation Concern. Natural Resource Report NPS/SEKI/NRR-2013/665.14. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. (108 pages.).

Iverson, L.R., and D. McKenzie. 2013. Tree-species range shifts in a changing climate detecting, modeling, assisting. Landscape Ecology 28:879-889.

Jiang, X., S.A. Rauscher, T.D. Ringler, D.M. Lawrence, A.P. Williams, C.D. Allen, A.L. Steiner, D.M. Cai, and N.G. McDowell. 2013. Projected future changes in vegetation in western North America in the 21st century. Journal of Climate 26:3671-3687.

Johnson, M.C., J.E. Halofsky, D.L. Peterson, and J. Bergin. 2013. Effects of salvage logging and pile-and-burn on fuel loading, potential fire behavior, fuel consumption, and emissions. International Journal of Wildland Fire 22:757-769.

Liu, H., A.P. Williams, C.D. Allen, D. Guo, X. Wu, O.A. Anenkhonov, E. Liang, D.V. Sandanov, Y. Yin, Z. Qi, and N.K. Badmaeva. 2013. Rapid warming accelerates tree growth decline in semi-arid forests of inner Asia. Global Change Biology 19:2500-2510.

López-Hoffman, L., D.D. Breshears, C.D. Allen, and M. Miller. 2013. Key landscape ecology metrics for assessing climate change adaptation options: rate of change and patchiness of impacts. Ecosphere 4:1-18.

Malanson, G.P., and D.B. Fagre. 2013. Spatial contexts for temporal variability in alpine vegetation under ongoing climate change. Plant Ecology 214:1309-1319.

Marañón-Jiménez, S., J. Castro, J.I. Querejeta, E. Fernandez-Ondono, and C.D. Allen. 2013. Post-fire wood management alters water stress, growth, and performance of pine regeneration in a Mediterranean ecosystem. Forest Ecology and Management 308:231-239.

McCabe, G. and Fountain, A.G. 2013. Glacier Variability in the Western United States during the Twentieth Century. Climatic Change 116:565-577.

Meddens, A.J.H., J.A. Hicke, L.A. Vierling, and A.T. Hudak. 2013. Evaluating methods to detect bark beetle-caused tree mortality using single-date and multi-date Landsat imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 132:49-58.

Nekola, J.C., C.D. Allen, J.H. Brown, J.R. Burger, W.R. Burnside, A.D. Davidson, T.S. Fristoe, M.J. Hamilton, N. Mercado-Silva, J.G. Okie, and W. Zuo. 2013. The Malthusian-Darwinian dynamic and the trajectory of civilization. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28:127-130.

Raymond, C.L., and D. McKenzie. 2013. Comparing algorithms for estimating foliar biomass of conifers in the Pacific Northwest. USDA Forest Service Research Paper PNW-595, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Raymond, C.L., and D. McKenzie. 2013. Temporal carbon dynamics of forests in Washington, U.S.: implications for ecological theory and carbon management. Forest Ecology and Management 310:796-811.

Raymond, C.L., D.L. Peterson, and R.M. Rochefort. 2013. The North Cascadia Adaptation Partnership: a science-management collaboration for responding to climate change. Sustainability 5:136-159.

Restaino, J.C., and D.L. Peterson. 2013. Wildfire and fuel treatment effects on forest carbon dynamics in the western United States. Forest Ecology and Management 303:46-60.

Tague, C., and H. Peng. 2013. The sensitivity of forest water use to the timing of precipitation and snowmelt recharge in the California Sierra: Implications for a warming climate. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 118, 875887.

Tague, C.L., J.S. Choate, and G. Grant. 2013. Parameterizing sub-surface drainage with geology to improve modeling streamflow responses to climate in data limited environments. Hydrological Earth System Science 17, 341354.

Tague, C.L., N.G. McDowell, and C.D. Allen. 2013. An integrated model of environmental effects on growth, carbohydrate balance, and mortality of Pinus ponderosa forests in the Southern Rocky Mountains. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80286.

Weed, A.S., M.P. Ayres, and J.A. Hicke. 2013. Consequences of climate change for biotic disturbances in North American forests. Ecological Monographs 84:441-470.

Williams, A.P., C.D. Allen, A.K. Macalady, D. Griffin, C.A. Woodhouse, D.M. Meko, T.W. Swetnam, S.A. Rauscher, R. Seager, H.D. Grissino-Mayer, J.S. Dean, E.R. Cook, C. Gangodagamage, M. Cai, and N.G. McDowell. 2013. Temperature as a potent driver of regional forest drought stress and tree mortality. Nature Climate Change 3:292-297.

Wilsey, C.B., J.J. Lawler, E.P. Maurer, D. McKenzie, P.A. Townsend, R. Gwozdz, J.A. Freund, K. Hagmann, and K.M. Hutten. 2013. Tools for assessing climate impacts on fish and wildlife. Journal of Fisheries and Wildlife Management 4:220-241.

York, R.A., N.L. Stephenson, M. Meyer, S. Hanna, T. Moody, T. Caprio, and J.J. Battles. 2013. A natural resource condition assessment for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Appendix 11 - Giant sequoia. Natural Resource Report NPS/SEKI/NRR201.

Adams, H.D., C.H. Luce, D.D. Breshears, M. Weiler, V.C. Hale, C.D. Allen, A.M.S. Smith, and T.E. Huxman. 2012. Ecohydrological consequences of drought- and infestation-triggered tree die-off: insights and hypotheses. Ecohydrology 5:145-159.

Allen, C.D. 2012. We're not alone: forest die-off risks around the globe. Pages 25-29 In: J. Bennett (ed.), Forests at Risk: Climate Change and the Future of the American West. Island Press, E-book. 39 pages.

Breshears, D.D, T.B. Kirchner, J.J. Whicker, J.P. Field, and C.D. Allen. 2012. Modeling aeolian transport in response to succession, disturbance and future climate: Dynamic long-term risk assessment for contaminant redistribution. Aeolian Research 3:445-457.

Bright, B.C., J.A. Hicke, and A.T. Hudak. 2012. Estimating aboveground carbon stocks of a forest affected by mountain pine beetle in Idaho using lidar and multispectral imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 124:270-281.

Bright, B.C., J.A. Hicke, and A.T. Hudak. 2012. Landscape-scale analysis of aboveground tree carbon stocks affected by mountain pine beetles in Idaho. Environmental Research Letters 7:045702.

Burger, J.R., C.D. Allen, J.H. Brown, W.R. Burnside, A.D. Davidson, T.S. Fristoe, M.J. Hamilton, N. Mercado-Silva, J.C. Nekola, J.G. Okie, and W. Zuo. 2012. Macroecology of sustainability. PLoS Biology 10(6): e1001345.

Cansler, C.A., and D. McKenzie. 2012. How robust are burn severity indices when applied in a new region? Evaluation of alternate field-based and remote-sensing methods. Remote Sensing 4:456-483.

Das, A.J. 2012. The effect of size and competition on tree growth rate in old-growth coniferous forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:1983-1995.

Evans, S.A., C.B. Halpern, and D. McKenzie. 2012. The roles of forest structure and substrate in the diversity and abundance of forest-floor bryophytes in mature coniferous forests of western Washington, U.S.A. The Bryologist 115:278-294.

Fountain, A.G., J.L. Campbell, E.A.G. Schuur, S.E. Stammerjohn, M.W. Williams, and H.W. Ducklow. 2012. The disappearing cryosphere: Impacts and ecosystem responses to rapid cryosphere loss. BioScience 62:405-413.

Hicke, J.A., C.D. Allen, A.R. Desai, M.C. Dietze, R.J. Hall, E.T. Hogg, D.M. Kashian, D. Moore, K. Raffa, R. Sturrock, and J. Vogelmann. 2012. Effects of biotic disturbances on forest carbon cycling in the United States and Canada. Global Change Biology 18:7-34.

Hicke, J.A., M.C. Johnson, J.L. Hayes, and H.K. Preisler. 2012. Effects of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on wildfire. Forest Ecology and Management 271:81-90.

Law, D.J., D.D. Breshears, M.H. Ebinger, C.W. Meyer, C.D. Allen. 2012. Soil C and N patterns in a semiarid piñon-juniper woodland: Topography of slope and ephemeral channels add to canopy-intercanopy heterogeneity. Journal of Arid Environments 79:20-24.

Littell, J.S., D.L. Peterson, C.I. Millar, and K. O'Halloran. 2012. U.S. national forests adapt to climate change through science-management partnerships. Climatic Change 110:269-296.

Lyons-Tinsley, C., and D.L. Peterson. 2012. Surface fuel treatments in young regenerating stands affect wildfire severity in a mixed conifer forest, eastside Cascade Range, Washington, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 270:117-125.

Malanson, G.P., Bengtson, L. , and Fagre, D.B. 2012. Geomorphic determinants of species composition of alpine tundra, Glacier National Park, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44:197-209.

McKenzie, D., and M.C. Kennedy. 2012. Power laws reveal phase transitions in landscape controls of fire regimes. Nature Commnications doi: 10.1038/ncomms1731.

McKenzie, D., N.H.F. French, and R.D. Ottmar. 2012. National database for calculating fuel available to wildfires. EOS Transactions 93:57-58.

Meddens, A.J.H., J.A. Hicke, and C.A. Ferguson. 2012. Spatiotemporal patterns of observed bark beetle-caused tree mortality in British Columbia and the western United States. Ecological Applications 22:1876-1891.

Peitzsch, E.H., J. Hendrikx, and D.B. Fagre. 2012. Timing of wet snow avalanche activity: an analysis from Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Proceedings of 2012 International Snow Science Workshop, Anchorage, AK. September 16-21, 2012.

Peitzsch, E.H., J. Hendrikx, D.B. Fagre, and B.A. Reardon. 2012. Examining spring wet slab and glide avalanche occurrence along the Going-to-the-Sun Road Corridor, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Cold Regions Science and Technology doi:10.1016/j.c

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Raymond, C.L., and D. McKenzie. 2012. Carbon dynamics of forests in Washington, U.S: projections for the 21st century based on climate-driven changes in fire regime. Ecological Applications 22:1589-1611.

Stephenson, N.L., and C.I. Millar. 2012. Climate change: wildernesss greatest challenge. Park Science 28(3):34-38.

Basagic, H., and A.G. Fountain. 2011. Quantifying twentieth century glacier change in the Sierra Nevada, California. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43:317-330.

Castro, J., C.D. Allen, M. Molina-Morales, S. Marañón, Á. Sánchez-Miranda, and R. Zamora. 2011. Salvage logging versus the use of burnt wood as a nurse object to promote post-fire tree seedling establishment. Restoration Ecology 19:537-544.

Das, A., J. Battles, N.L. Stephenson, and P.J. van Mantgem. 2011. The contribution of competition to tree mortality in old-growth coniferous forests. Forest Ecology and Management 261:1203-1213.

English, N.B, N.G. McDowell, C.D. Allen, and C. Mora. 2011. The effects of alpha-cellulose extraction and blue-stain fungus on retrospective studies of carbon and oxygen isotope variation in live and dead trees. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25:3083-3090.

Falk, D.A., E.K. Heyerdahl, P.M. Brown, C. Farris, P.Z. Fulé, D. McKenzie, T.W. Swetnam, A.H. Taylor, and M.L. van Horne. 2011. Multiscale controls of historical forest fire regimes: new insights from fire-scar networks. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:446-454.

Fawcett, P.J., J.P. Werne, R.S. Anderson, J.M. Heikoop, E.T. Brown, M.A. Berke, S. Smith, F. Goff, L. Hurley, L.M. Cisneros-Dozal, S. Schouten, J.S. Sinninghe Damsté, Y. Huang, J. Toney, J. Fessenden, G. WoldeGabriel, V. Atudorei, J.W. Geissman, and C.D. Allen. 2011. Extended megadroughts in the southwestern United States during Pleistocene interglacials. Nature 470:518-521.

French, N.H.F., William J. de Groot, L.K. Jenkins, B.M. Rogers, E. Alvarado, B.Amiro, B. de Jong, S. Goetz, E. Hoy, E. Hyer, R.E. Keane, D. McKenzie, Steven G. McNulty, B.E. Law, R.D. Ottmar, D.R. Pérez-Salicrup, J. Randerson, K.M. Robertson, and M. Turetsky. 2011. Model comparisons for estimating carbon emissions from North American wildland fire. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, G00K05, doi:10.1029/2010JG001469.

Halofsky, J.E., D.C. Donato, D.E. Hibbs, J.L. Campbell, M. Donaghy-Cannon, J.B. Fontaine, J.R. Thompson, R.G. Anthony, B.T. Bormann, L.J. Kayes, D.L. Peterson, and T.A. Spies. 2011. Mixed-severity fire regimes: lessons from the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. Ecosphere 2(4):art40. doi: 10.1890/ES10-00184.1.

Halofsky, J.E., D.L. Peterson, K. O'Halloran, and C. Hawkins Hoffman. 2011. Adapting to climate change at Olympic National Forest and Olympic National Park. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-844. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Halofsky, J.E., D.L. Peterson, M.J. Furniss, L.A. Joyce, C.I. Millar, and R.P. Neilson. 2011. A workshop approach to the development of climate change adaptation strategies and actions for natural resource management agencies in the U.S. Journal of Forestry 109:219-225.

Hilbruner, M.W., and D.L. Peterson. 2011. Forest Service wildland fire research and development: meeting the challenges of wildland fire and fuels management. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report WO-85. USDA Forest Service Research and Development, Washington, DC.

Johnson, M.C., M.C. Kennedy, and D.L. Peterson. 2011. Simulating fuel treatment effects in dry forests of the western United States: testing the principles of a fire-safe forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:1018-1030.

Littell, J.S., D. McKenzie, B.K. Kerns, S.A. Cushman, and C.B. Shaw. 2011. Managing uncertainty in climate-driven ecological models to inform adaptation to climate change. Ecosphere 2(9):102. doi:10.1890/ES11-00114.1.

Malanson, G.P., J.P. Rose, P.J. Schroeder, and D.B. Fagre. 2011. Contexts for change in alpine tundra. Physical Geography 32:97-113.

Malanson, G.P., L.M. Resler, M.Y. Bader, F.K. Holtmeier, D.R. Butler, D.J. Weiss, L.D. Daniels, and D.B. Fagre. 2011. Mountain treelines: a roadmap for research orientation. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 43:167-177.

Margolis, E.Q., T.W. Swetnam, and C.D. Allen. 2011. Historical stand-replacing fire in upper montane forests of the Madrean Sky Islands and Mogollon Plateau, southwestern USA. Fire Ecology 7:88-107.

McKenzie, D., and J.S. Littell. 2011. Climate change and wilderness fire regimes. International Journal of Wilderness 17:22-27,31.

McKenzie, D., and M.C. Kennedy. 2011. Scaling laws and complexity in fire regimes. Chapter 2 in McKenzie, D., C. Miller, and D.A. Falk, eds. 2011. The Landscape Ecology of Fire. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer Ltd.

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McKenzie, D., C. Miller, and D.A. Falk. 2011. Synthesis: landscape ecology and changing fire regimes. Chapter 12 in McKenzie, D., C. Miller, and D.A. Falk, eds. 2011. The Landscape Ecology of Fire. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer Ltd.

McKenzie, D., C. Miller, and D.A. Falk. 2011. Toward a theory of landscape fire. Chapter 1 in McKenzie, D., C. Miller, and D.A. Falk, eds. 2011. The Landscape Ecology of Fire. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer Ltd.

McKenzie, D., F.A. Heinsch, and W.E. Heilman. 2011. Wildland Fire and Climate Change. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Climate Change Resource Center. http://www.fs.fed.us/ccrc/topics/wildfire/index.shtml.

Meddens, A.J.H., J.A. Hicke, and L.A. Vierling. 2011. Evaluating the potential of multispectral imagery to map multiple stages of tree mortality. Remote Sensing of Environment 115:1632-1642.

Muhlfeld, C.C., J. Giersch, F.R. Hauer, D.P. Peterson, G.T. Pederson, C.C. Downs, and D.B. Fagre. 2011. Climate change links fate of glaciers and a rare alpine stonefly. Climatic Change 106:337-345.

Pederson, G.T., S.T. Gray, C.A. Woodhouse, J.L. Betancourt, D.B. Fagre, J.S. Littell, E. Watson, B.H. Luckman, and L.J. Graumlich. 2011. The unusual nature of recent snowpack declines in the North American Cordillera. Science 333:332-335.

Pederson, G.T., S.T. Gray, T. Ault, W. Marsh, D.B. Fagre, A.G. Bunn, C.A. Woodhouse, and L.J. Graumlich. 2011. Climatic controls on the snowmelt hydrology of the northern Rocky Mountains. Journal of Climate 24:1666-1687.

Peterson, D.L., and D. McKenzie. 2011. Understanding and adapting to new stress complexes in forest ecosystems. In W. Rodgers (ed.), Climate Change: A Reader. Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC.

Peterson, D.L., C.D. Allen, J.S. Baron, D.B. Fagre, D. McKenzie, N.L. Stephenson, A.G. Fountain, J.A. Hicke, G.P. Malanson, D.S. Ojima, C.L. Tague, and P.J. van Mantgem. 2011. Response of Western mountain ecosystems to climatic variability and change: a collaborative research approach. In J. Bellant and E. Beever (eds.), Ecological Consequences of Climate Change: Mechanisms, Conservation, and Management. Taylor and Francis, New York, NY.

Peterson, D.L., C.I. Millar, L.A. Joyce, M.J. Furniss, J.E. Halofsky, R.P. Neilson, and T.L. Morelli. 2011. Responding to climate change in national forests: a guidebook for developing adaptation options. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report GTR-PNW-855.

Peterson, D.L., J.E. Halofsky, and M.C. Johnson. 2011. Managing and adapting to changing fire regimes in a warmer climate. Pages 249-267 in D. McKenzie, C. Miller, and D.A. Falk (eds.), The Landscape Ecology of Fire. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer, Ltd.

Stephenson, N.L., and A.J. Das. 2011. Comment on "Changes in climatic water balance drive downhill shifts in plant species optimum elevations". Science 334:177c (3 pages).

Touchan, R., C. Woodhouse, D. Meko, and C.D. Allen. 2011. Millennial precipitation reconstruction for the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico, reveals changing drought signal. International Journal of Climatology 31:896-906.

van Mantgem, P.J., N.L. Stephenson, E. Knapp, J. Battles, and J.E. Keeley. 2011. Long-term effects of prescribed fire on mixed conifer forest structure in the Sierra Nevada, California. Forest Ecology and Management 261:989-994.

Adams, H.D., A.K. Macalady, D.D. Breshears, C.D. Allen, N.L. Stephenson, S.R. Saleska, T.E. Huxman, and N.G. McDowell. 2010. Climate-induced tree mortality: earth system consequences. EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union 91:153-154.

Allen, C.D., A.K. Macalady, H. Chenchouni, D. Bachelet, N. McDowell, M. Vennetier, T. Kitzberger, A. Rigling, D.D. Breshears, E.H. Hogg, P. Gonzalez, R. Fensham, Z. Zhang, J.-H. Lim, J. Castro, N. Demidova, G. Allard, S.W. Running, A. Semerci, and N. Cobb. 2010. A global overview of drought and heat-induced tree mortality reveals emerging climate change risks for forests. Forest Ecology and Management 259:660-684.

Baron, J., C.D. Allen, D.L. Peterson, D. McKenzie, D. Ojima, N.L. Stephenson, D.B. Fagre, C. Tague, J.A. Hicke, and S. Kampf. 2010. Framework and principles of the Western Mountain Initiative. Proceedings, Global Change in the World's Mountains conference. Perth, Scotland.

Bentz, B.J., J. Rgnire, C.J. Fettig, E.M. Hansen, J.L. Hayes, J.A. Hicke, R.G. Kelsey, J.F. Negrn, and J.S. Seybold. 2010. Climate change and bark beetles of the western United States and Canada: direct and indirect effects. BioScience 60:602-606.

Breshears, D.D., J.J. Whicker, C.B. Zou, J.P. Field, and C.D. Allen. 2010. A conceptual framework for dryland aeolian sediment transport along the grassland-forest continuum: Effects of woody plant canopy cover and disturbance. Geomorphology 105:28-38.

Cisneros-Dozal, L.M., J.M. Heikoop, J. Fessenden, R.S. Anderson, P.A. Meyers, C.D. Allen, M. Hess, T. Larson, G. Perkins, and M. Rearick. 2010. A 15,000-yr record of climate change in northern New Mexico, USA, inferred from isotopic and elemental contents of bog sediments. Journal of Quaternary Science 25:1001-1007.

Cole, D.N., C.I. Millar, and N.L. Stephenson. 2010. Responding to climate change: a toolbox of management strategies. In Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change. Island Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 179-196.

Fagre, D.B. and E.H. Peitzsch. 2010. Avalanche ecology and large magnitude avalanche events - Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. In: Proceedings of the 2010 International Snow Science Workshop. Squaw Valley, California. 17-22 October 2010. http://arc.l

Fountain, A.G., D.B. Fagre, D.L. Peterson, K. Thorneycroft, and H. Basagic. 2010. Variations in glacier retreat in the American West: Implications for water resources. Proceedings, Global Change in the Worlds Mountains conference. Perth, Scotland.

Hendrikx, J., E.H. Peitzsch, and D.B. Fagre. 2010. A practitioners tool for assessing glide crack activity. In: Proceedings of the 2010 International Snow Science Workshop. Squaw Valley, California. 17-22 October 2010. http://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-scien

Kennedy, M.C., and D. McKenzie. 2010. Using a stochastic model and cross-scale analysis to evaluate controls on historical low-severity fire regimes. Landscape Ecology 25:1561-1573.

Littell, J.S., D.L. Peterson, and M. Tjoelker. 2010. Douglas-fir growth in mountain ecosystems: water limits tree growth from stand to region. Ecological Monographs 78: 349-368.

Littell, J.S., E.A. Oneil, D. McKenzie, J.A. Hicke, J.A. Lutz, R.A. Norheim, and M.M. Elsner. 2010. Forest ecosystems, disturbance, and climatic change in Washington State, USA. Climatic Change 102:129-158.

Malanson, G.P., J.P. Rose, P.J. Schroeder, D.B. Fagre, and D.R. Butler. 2010. Descriptive and theoretical contexts for alpine plant community dynamics. Proceedings, Global Change in the Worlds Mountains conference. Perth, Scotland.

McDowell, N.G., C.D. Allen, and L. Marshall. 2010. Growth, carbon isotope discrimination, and climate-induced mortality across a Pinus ponderosa elevation transect. Global Change Biology 16:399-415.

McKenzie, D. 2010. The effects of climatic change and wildland fires on air quality in national parks and wilderness areas. Fire Management Today 70: 26-28.

Moore, D., S. Fleming, B. Menounos, R. Wheate, A.G. Fountain, K. Stahl, K. Holm, and M. Jakob. 2010. Glacier change in western North America: Influences on hydrology, geomorphic hazards, and water quality. Hydrological Processes 23:42-61.

Pederson G.T., L.J. Graumlich, D.B. Fagre, T. Kipfer, and C. Muhlfield. 2010. A century of climate and ecosystem change in Western Montana: What do recent temperature trends portend? A view from western Montana, USA. Climatic Change 98:133-154.

Peitzsch, E.H., J. Hendrikx, D.B. Fagre, and B.A. Reardon. 2010. Characterizing wet slab and glide avalanches along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. In: Proceedings of the 2010 International Snow Science Workshop. Squaw Valley, CA.

Peterson, D.L. 2010. Managing fire and fuels in a warmer climate. Northwest Woodlands 26:16-17.

Prichard, S.J., D.L. Peterson, D.L., and K. Jacobson. 2010. Fuel treatments reduce the severity of wildfire effects in dry mixed conifer forest, Washington, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40:1615-1626.

Stephenson, N.L., C.I. Millar, and D.N. Cole. 2010. Shifting environmental foundations: the unprecedented and unpredictable future. In Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change. Island Press, Washington, D.C

Williams, A.P., C.D. Allen, T.W. Swetnam, C.I. Millar, J. Michaelsen, C.J. Still, and S.W. Leavitt. 2010. Forest responses to increasing aridity and warmth in southwestern North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 107:21289-21294.

Allen, C.D. 2009. Climate-induced forest dieback: an escalating global phenomenon? Unasylva 231/232:43-49.

Baron, J.S. 2009. Strategies for Public Land Management for Adaptation to Climate Change. In Management Responses to Climate Variability. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Baron, J.S., C. Tague, L. Christensen, N.L. Stephenson, C.D. Allen, D.B. Fagre, D.L. Peterson, and D. McKenzie. 2009. Addressing the vulnerability of Western mountain ecosystems and water resources to climate change with RHESSys, the Regional Hydro-Ecological Simulation System. Page 14 in: Brady, S.R., ed., 2009, Proceedings of the Second All-USGS Modeling Conference, February 11-14, 2008-Painting the Big Picture: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5013, 70 pp., available only online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2009/5013/.

Baron, J.S., Gunderson, L., Allen, C., Fleishman, E., McKenzie, D., Meyerson, L., Oropeza, J., and Stephenson, N. 2009. Options for national parks and reserves for adapting to climate change. Environmental Management 44:1033-1042.

Baron, J.S., Schmidt, T.W., and Hartman, M.D. 2009. Climate-induced changes in high-elevation stream nitrate dynamics. Global Change Biology 15:1777-1789.

Bentz, B., C.D. Allen, M. Ayres, E. Berg, A. Carroll, M. Hansen, J. Hicke, L. Joyce, J. Logan, W. MacFarlane, J. MacMahon, S. Munson, J. Negron, T. Paine, J. Powell, K. Raffa, J. Régnière, M. Reid, W. Romme, S. Seybold, D. Six, D. Tomback, J. Vandygriff, T. Veblen, M. White, J. Witcosky, and D. Wood. 2009. Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Western North America: Causes and Consequences. ISBN 978-0-87480965-7. Univ. of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT. 42 pp.

Blate, G.M., L.A. Joyce, S. Julius, J.S. Littell, S.G. McNulty, C.I. Millar, S.C. Moser, R.P. Neilson, K. O'Halloran, D.L. Peterson, and J. West. 2009. Adapting to climate change in United States national forests. Unasylva 60:57-62.

Breshears, D.D., J.J. Whicker, C.B. Zou, J.P. Field, and C.D. Allen. 2009. A conceptual framework for dryland aeolian sediment transport along the grassland-forest continuum: Effects of woody plant canopy cover and disturbance. Geomorphology 105:28-38.

Breshears, D.D., O.B. Myers, C.W. Meyer, F.J. Barnes, C.B. Zou, C.D. Allen, N.G. McDowell, and W.T. Pockman. 2009. Tree die-off in response to global-change-type drought: mortality insights from a decade of plant water potential measurements. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:185-189.

Butler, D.R., G.P. Malanson, S.J. Walsh, and D.B. Fagre. (eds). 2009. The Changing Alpine Treeline of Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Elsevier, The Netherlands.

Chen, J., J. Avise, B. Lamb, E.P. Salathé, C.F. Mass, A. Guenther, C. Wiedinmyer, J-F. Lamarque, S.M. O'Neill, D. McKenzie, and N.K. Larkin. 2009. The effects of global changes upon regional ozone pollution in the United States. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9:1125-1141.

Duque, A., N.L. Stephenson, R. Grau, J. Carilla, L.D. Daniels, S. Orrego, E. Álvarez, P. van Mantgem, T.T. Veblen, J. Smith, C.D. Allen, and J. Dalling. 2009. The Cordillera Forest Dynamics Network (CORFOR). Mountain Research Initiative Newsletter no. 2 (April 2009):15-17.

Elser, J.J., M. Kyle, L. Steger, K.R. Nydick, and J.S. Baron. 2009. Nutrient availability and phytoplankton nutrient limitation across a gradient of atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Ecology 90:3062-3073.

Elser, J.J., T. Anderson, J.S. Baron, A.-K. Bergstrm, M. Kyle, K.R. Nydick, L. Steger, and D.O. Hesson. 2009. Shifts in lake N:P stoichiometry and nutrient limitation driven by atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Science 326: 835-837.

Fortner, S.K., W.B. Lyons, A.G. Fountain, K.A. Welch, and N. Kehrwald. 2009. Trace element and major ion concentrations and dynamics in glacier snow and melt: Eliot Glacier, Oregon Cascades. Hydrological Processes 23:2987-2996.

Fountain, A.G., M.J. Hoffman, F. Granshaw, and J. Riedel. 2009. The benchmark glacier concept - does it work? Annals of Glaciology 50:163-168.

Hicke, J.A., and J.A. Logan. 2009. Mapping whitebark pine mortality caused by a mountain pine beetle outbreak with high spatial resolution satellite imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing 30:4427-4441.

Joyce, L.A., G.M. Blate, J.S. Littell, S.G. McNulty, C.I. Millar, S.C. Moser, R.P. Neilson, and D.L. Peterson. 2009. Managing for multiple resources under climate change. Environmental Management 44:1022-1032.

Littell, J.S., and D.L. Peterson. 2009. Pacific Northwest forests and climate. Western Forester 54:1-5.

Littell, J.S., D. McKenzie, D.L. Peterson, and A.L. Westerling. 2009. Climate and wildfire area burned in western U.S. ecoprovinces, 1916-2003. Ecological Applications 19:1003-1021.

Littell, J.S., E.E. Oneil, D. McKenzie, J.A. Hicke, J.A. Lutz, R.A. Norheim, and M. McGuire Elsner. 2009. Forest ecosystems, disturbance, and climatic change in Washington State, USA. Chapter 7 in The Washington Climate Change Impacts Assessment: Evaluating Washington's Future in a Changing Climate, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

McKenzie, D., and J.S. Littell. 2009. Climate change, fire, insects, and disturbance interactions: adaptation challenges in the West. Mountain Views 3:3-6.

McKenzie, D., D.L. Peterson, and J.S. Littell. 2009. Global warming and stress complexes in forests of western North America. In S.V. Krupa (ed.), Developments in Environmental Science, Vol. 8, Wild Land Fires and Air Pollution, A. Bytnerowicz, M. Arbaugh, A. Riebau, and C. Anderson (eds.). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science, Ltd. pp. 319-337.

Moore, D., S. Fleming, B. Menounos, R. Wheate, A.G. Fountain, K. Stahl, K. Holm, and M. Jakob. 2009. Glacier change in western North America: influences on hydrology, geomorphic hazards, and water quality. Hydrological Processes, 23:42-61.

Prichard, S.J., W.W. Oswald, Z. Gedalof, and D.L. Peterson. 2009. Holocene fire and vegetation dynamics in a montane forest, North Cascade Range, Washington, USA. Quaternary Research 72:57-67.

Romme, W.H., C.D. Allen, J.D. Bailey, W.L. Baker, B.T. Bestelmeyer, P.M. Brown, K.S. Eisenhart, L. Floyd-Hanna, D.W. Huffman, B. Jacobs, R.F. Miller, E. Muldavin, T.W. Swetnam, R.J. Tausch, and P.J. Weisberg. 2009. Historical and modern disturbance regimes, stand structures, and landscape dynamics in piñon-juniper vegetation of the western U.S. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:203-222.

Sieg, C.H., P.Z. Fulé, M. Hunter, C.D. Allen, M.L. Brooks, and R.G. Balice. 2009. Special Issue: Fire in the Southwest: Integrating fire into management of changing ecosystems. Fire Ecology 5(1):1-2.

Tague, C., K. Heyn, and L. Christensen. 2009. Topographic controls on spatial patterns of conifer transpiration and net primary productivity under climate warming in mountain ecosystems. Ecohydrology 2:541-554.

Tague, C.L. 2009. Assessing climate change impacts on alpine stream-flow and vegetation water use: mining the linkages with subsurface hydrologic processes. Hydrological Processes 23:1815-1819.

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van Mantgem, P.J., N.L. Stephenson, J.C. Byrne, L.D. Daniels, J.F. Franklin, P.Z. Fulé, M.E. Harmon, A.J. Larson, J.M. Smith, A.H. Taylor, and T.T. Veblen. 2009. Widespread increase of tree mortality rates in the western United States. Science 323:521-524.

Allen, C.D. 2008. Ecohydrology of piñon-juniper woodlands in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico: runoff, erosion, and restoration. Pp. 65-66 in: Gottfried, G.J., J.D. Shaw, P.L. Ford (compilers); Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Piñon-Juniper and Ponderosa Pine Ecosystems: Combined Proceedings of the 2005 St. George, Utah and 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico Workshops. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Proceedings RMRS-P-51. Fort Collins, CO.

Allen, C.D., R.S. Anderson, R.B. Jass, J.L. Toney, and C.H. Baisan. 2008. Paired charcoal and tree-ring records of high-frequency fire from two New Mexico bog sites. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17:115-130.

Anderson, R.S., C.D. Allen, J.L. Toney, R.B. Jass, and A.N. Bair. 2008. Holocene vegetation and forest fire regimes in subalpine and mixed conifer forest sites, southern Rocky Mountains, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17:96-114.

Anderson, R.S., J.L. Toney, R.B. Jass, C.D. Allen, L.M. Cisneros-Dozal, M. Hess, J. Fessenden, and J. Heikoop. 2008. Development of the mixed conifer forest in northern New Mexico, and its relationship to Holocene climate change. Quaternary Research 69:263-275.

Baron, J.S., L. Gunderson, E. Fleishman, C.D. Allen, D. McKenzie, L. Meyerson, J. Oropeza, and N. Stephenson. 2008. Chapter 4 (pp. 4-1 to 4-68) - National Parks. In: Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research [Julius, S.H., J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron, L.A. Joyce, B.D. Keller, M.A. Palmer, C.H. Peterson, and J.M. Scott (authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA. 873 pp.

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Heyerdahl, E.K., D. McKenzie, L.D. Daniels, A.E. Hessl, J.S. Littell, and N.J. Mantua. 2008. Climate drivers of regionally synchronous fires in the inland Northwest (1651-1900). International Journal of Wildland Fire 17:40-49.

Hicke, J.A., and J.C. Jenkins. 2008. Mapping lodgepole pine stand structure susceptibility to mountain pine beetle attack across the western United States. Forest Ecology and Management 225:1536-1547.

Jacobs, B.F., W.H. Romme, and C.D. Allen. 2008. Mapping old versus young piñon-juniper stands with a predictive topo-climatic model in north-central New Mexico, USA. Ecological Applications 18:1627-1641.

Kellogg, L.-K.B., D. McKenzie, D.L. Peterson, and A.E. Hessl. 2008. Spatial models for inferring topographic controls on low-severity fire in the eastern Cascade Range of Washington, USA. Landscape Ecology 23:227-240.

Lightfoot, D.C., S.L. Brantley, and C.D. Allen. 2008. Geographic patterns of ground-dwelling arthropods across an ecoregional transition in the North American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist 68:83-102.

McDowell, N., W.T. Pockman, C.D. Allen, D.D. Breshears, N. Cobb, T. Kolb, J. Sperry, A. West, D. Williams, E.A.Yepez. 2008. Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought? Tansley Review, New Phytologist 178:719-739.

McKenzie, D., and A.E. Hess. 2008. A neutral model for low-severity fire regimes. In Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189, 2 Dec. 2002, Edited by M. Narog. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, San Diego, CA.

McKenzie, D., C.L. Raymond, and S.C. Cushman. 2008. Modeling understory vegetation and its response to fire. Chapter 15, pp.391-414, in J. Millspaugh and F.R. Thompson III (eds.), Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes. Burlington, MA: Academic Press.

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Case, M.J., and D.L. Peterson. 2007. Growth-climate relations of lodgepole pine in the North Cascades National Park, Washington. Northwest Science 81:62-75.

Cushman, S.A., D. McKenzie, D.L. Peterson, J.S. Littell, and K.S. McKelvey. 2007. Research agenda for integrated landscape modeling. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-194. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

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McKenzie, D., and C.D. Allen. 2007. Climate change and disturbnace regimes in western North America. EOS Transactions 88:227.

McKenzie, D., C.L. Raymond, L.-K.B. Kellogg, R.A. Norheim, A.G. Andreu, A.C. Bayard, K.E. Kopper, and E. Elman. 2007. Mapping fuels at multiple scales: landscape application of the Fuel Characteristic Classification System. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37:2421-2437.

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van Mantgem, P.J. and N.L. Stephenson. 2007. Apparent climatically induced increase of tree mortality rates in a temperate forest. Ecology Letters 10:909-916.

van Mantgem, P.J. and N.L. Stephenson. 2007. Increasing tree deaths in California's Sierra Nevada parallel temperature-driven increases in drought. Mountain Views 1:9-10.

Allen, C.D. 2006. Climate and land use interactions with vegetation change and disturbance processes in mountain ecosystems of the Southwestern USA. In Global Change in Mountain Regions. Sapiens Publishing, Dumfrieshire, UK. pp. 31-32.

Baron, J.S. 2006. Hindcasting nitrogen deposition to determine an ecological critical load. Ecological Applications 16:433-439.

Cooper, D.S., J. Dickens, N.T. Hobbs, L. Christensen, and L. Landrum. 2006. Hydrologic, geomorphic, and climatic processes controlling willow establishment in a montane ecosystem. Hydrological Processes 20:185-164.

Granshaw, F.D., and A.G. Fountain. 2006. Glacier change (1958-1998) in the North Cascades National Park Complex, Washington , USA. Journal of Glaciology 52:251-256.

Hessl, A.E., J. Miller, J. Kernan, and D. McKenzie. 2006. Mapping wildfire boundaries from binary point data: comparing approaches. Professional Geographer 59:87-104.

Holman, M.L., and D.L. Peterson. 2006. Sensitivity of forest growth to climatic variability in the Olympic Mountains, Washington. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:92-104.

Hossack, B., P.S. Corn, and D.B. Fagre. 2006. Divergent patterns of abundance and age-class structure of headwater stream tadpoles in burned and unburned watersheds. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:1482-1488.

Keeley, J.E., C.D. Allen, J.L. Betancourt, G.W. Chong, C.J. Fotheringham, and H.D. Safford. 2006. A 21st Century perspective on postfire seeding. Journal of Forestry 104:103-104.

Littell, J.S. Climate impacts to forest ecosystem processes: Douglas-fir growth in northwestern U.S. mountain landscapes and area burned by wildfire in western U.S. ecoprovinces. Ph.D. dissertation. 2006. University of Washington, Seattle.

Malanson, G., K. Scott, Z. Shen, D.B. Fagre, and K. Holzer. 2006. Ordination context of GLORIA sites in Glacier National Park, USA. In Global change in mountain regions. Sapiens Publishing, London, UK. pp. 154-155.

McKenzie, D., A.E. Hessl, and L.-K.B. Kellogg. 2006. Using neutral models to identify constraints on low-severity fire regimes. Landscape Ecology 21:139-152.

McKenzie, D., S.M. O'Neill, N. Larkin, and R.A. Norheim. 2006. How will climatic change affect air quality in parks and wilderness? In: D. Harmon, ed. Proceedings of the 2005 George Wright Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

McKenzie, D., S.M. O'Neill, N. Larkin, and R.A. Norheim. 2006. Integrating models to predict regional haze from wildland fire. Ecological Modelling 199:278-288.

McKenzie, D., S.M. O'Neill, N. Larkin, and R.A. Norheim. 2006. Simulating regional haze from wildland fire emissions in the western USA. Pages 128-130 in Price, M.F., ed. Global Change in Mountain Regions. Sapiens Publishing, Duncow, UK.

Nakawatase, J.M., and D.L. Peterson. 2006. Spatial variability in forest growth - Climate relationships in the Olympic Mountains, Washington. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:77-91.

Pederson, G.T., S.T. Gray, D.B. Fagre, and L.J. Graumlich. 2006. Long-duration drought variability and impacts on ecosystem services: A case study from Glacier National Park, Montana. Earth Interactions 10:1-28.

Peters, D.C., R.A. Pielke, Sr., B.T. Bestelmeyer, C.D. Allen, S. Munson-McGee, and K.M.Havstad. 2006. Spatial nonlinearities: Cascading effects in the Earth system. Pp. 165-173 in: J. Canadell, D. Pataki, and L. Pitelka (eds.), Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems, International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme, Canberra, Australia.

Peterson, D.L., and J.S. Littell. 2006. Biological change in the global greenhouse - Climate Change and Biodiversity. Book review. Conservation Biology 20:255.

Raymond, C.L., L.-K.B. Kellogg and D. McKenzie. 2006. Mapping fuels on the Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forests. Pages 293-304 in P.L. Andrews and B.W. Butler (editors). Fuels management - how to measure success: conference proceedings. March 28-30, 2006, Portland, OR. Proceedings RMRS-P-41. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

Reardon, B., and D.B. Fagre. 2006. Reassessing a troublesome fact of mountain life: avalanches in Glacier National Park. Park Science 24:37-39.

Stephenson, N.L., D.L. Peterson, D.B. Fagre, C.D. Allen, D. McKenzie, J.S. Baron, and K. O'Brian. 2006. Response of western mountain ecosystems to climatic variability and change: the Western Mountain Initiative. Park Science 24:24-29.

Tare, M. Estimating the impact of 21st century climate change on wildfire risk potential using the Keetch-Byram Drought Index (KBDI). 2006. PhD dissertation, California State University, San Jose.

Tyler, M.W., and D.L. Peterson. 2006. Vascular plant species diversity in low-elevation coniferous forests of the western Olympic Peninsula: a legacy of land use. Northwest Science 80:224-238.

van Mantgem, P.J., N.L. Stephenson, and J.E. Keeley. 2006. Forest reproduction along a climatic gradient in the Sierra Nevada, California. Forest Ecology and Management 225:391-399.

Wiedinmyer, C., B. Quayle, C. Geron, A. Belote, D. McKenzie, X. Zhang, S.M. O'Neill, and K.K. Wynne. 2006. Estimating emissions from fires in North America for air quality modeling. Atmospheric Environment 40:3419-3432.

Adams, M.J., B.R. Hossack, R.A. Knapp, P.S. Corn, S.A. Diamond, P.C. Trenham, and D.B. Fagre. 2005. Distribution patterns of lentic-breeding amphibians in relation to ultraviolet radiation exposure in Western North America. Ecosystems 8:488-500.

Advani, S. 2005. Soil respiration responses to fertilization: A comparison of two forests with different nitrogen deposition histories. PhD Dissertation,Colorado State University.

Allen, C.D. 2005. A thousand years in the life of the Bandelier landscape. Chapter 2 (pp.11-18) In: R.P. Powers (ed.), The Peopling of Bandelier: New Approaches to the Archeology of the Pajarito Plateau. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NM. 142 pp.

Breshears, D.D., N.S. Cobb, P.M. Rich, K.P. Price, C.D. Allen, R.G. Balice, W.H. Romme, J.H. Kastens, M.L. Floyd, J. Belnap, J.J. Anderson, O.B. Myers, and C.W. Meyer. 2005. Regional vegetation die-off in response to global-change type drought. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 102:15144-15148.

Burkett, V.R., D.A. Wilcox, R. Stottlemyer, W. Barrow, D.B. Fagre, J.S. Baron, J. Price, J.L. Nielsen, C.D. Allen, D.L. Peterson, G. Ruggerone, and T. Doyle. 2005. Nonlinear dynamics in ecosystem response to climatic change: case studies and policy implications. Ecological Complexity 2:357-394.

Case, M.J., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Fine-scale variability in growth-climate relationships of Douglas-fir, North Cascade Range, Washington. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:2743-2755.

Elman, E., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Effects of post-harvest treatments on high-elevation forests in the North Cascade Range, Washington. Journal of Ecosystems and Management 6:33-50.

Fagre, D.B. 2005. Climatic Variability, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Disturbance in Mountain Protected Environments. Our Changing Planet: The U.S. Climate Change Science Program for Fiscal Year 2006, Report by the Climate Change Science Program and Subcommittee.

Fagre, D.B., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Global-scale environmental changes in mountain protected areas: The CLIMET project. 23 Sept. 2004, Edited by L. Taylor and A. Ryall. Banff, Canada pp. 36-38.

Fagre, D.B., S.W. Running, R.E. Keane, and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Assessing climate change effects on mountain ecosystems using integrated models: a case study. In Global Change and Mountain Regions: An Overview of Current Knowledge. Kluwer Academic Press.

Gedalof, Z., P. Mote, D. McKenzie, and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Top-down controls on wildfire in the American West. Pages 33-43 in L. Taylor, J. Zelnik, S. Cadwallader, and B. Hughes (eds.), Mixed Severity Fire Regimes: Ecology and Management. Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Pullman, WA.

Geddes, C., D.G. Brown, and D.B. Fagre. 2005. Topography and vegetation as predictors of snow water equivalent (SWE) across the alpine treeline ecotone at Lee Ridge, Glacier National Park, Montana. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 37:197-205.

Halpern, C.B., D. McKenzie, S.A. Evans, and D.A. Maguire. 2005. Early responses of forest understories to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention. Ecological Applications 15:175-195.

Hicke, J.A. 2005. NCEP and GISS solar radiation data sets available for ecosystem modeling: Description, differences, and impacts on net primary production. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19:GB2006.

Littell, J.S., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. A method for estimating vulnerability of Douglas-fir growth to climate change. Northwestern U. S. Forestry Chronicle 81:369-374.

Peterson, D., R. Smith, S. Hager, J.A. Hicke, M. Dettinger, and K. Huber. 2005. Hydroclimate monitoring in Yosemite National Park : River Chemistry. EOS Transactions 86:285-288.

Peterson, D.L., M.C. Johnson, J.K. Agee, T.B. Jain, D. McKenzie, and D. Reinhardt. 2005. Forest structure and fire hazard in dry forests of the western United States. US Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-628. Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Prato, A., and D.B. Fagre. 2005. National Parks and Protected Areas: Approaches for Balancing Social, Economic, and Ecological Values. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK. Notes: 416 pp.

Raymond, C.L., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Fuel treatments alter the effects of wildfire in a mixed-evergreen forest, Oregon, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:2981-2995.

Raymond, C.L., and D.L. Peterson. 2005. How did prefire treatments affect the Biscuit Fire? Fire Management Today 65:18-22.

Sisk, T.D, M. Savage, D.A. Falk, C.D. Allen, E. Muldavin, and P. McCarthy. 2005. A landscape perspective for forest restoration. Journal of Forestry 103:319-320.

Stephenson, N.L., and P.J. van Mantgem. 2005. Forest turnover rates follow global and regional patterns of productivity. Ecology Letters 8:524-531.

Strom, A., R.C. Francis, N.J. Mantua, E.L. Miles, and D.L. Peterson. 2005. Preserving low-frequency climate signals in growth records of geoduck clams (Panopea abrupta). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228:167-178.

van Mantgem, P.J., and N.L. Stephenson. 2005. The accuracy of matrix population model projections for coniferous trees in the Sierra Nevada, California. Journal of Ecology 93:737-747.

Allen, C.D. 2004. Ecological patterns and environmental change in the Bandelier landscape. In Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. pp. 19-67.

Barclay, A.D., J.L. Betancourt, and C.D. Allen. 2004. Effects of seeding with ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) on vegetation recovery following fire in a ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire 13:1-12.

Botte, J.A., and J.S. Baron. 2004. Quality Assurance Report, Loch Vale Watershed, 1999-2002. USGS Open-File Report 2004-1306 17.

Bunn, A.G. 2004. Temporal and spatial patterns at alpine treeline in the Sierra Nevada USA: Implications for global change. PhD dissertation, Montana State University.

Gedalof, Z., D.L. Peterson, and N.J. Mantua. 2004. Atmospheric, climatic and ecological controls on extreme wildfire years in the northwestern United States. Ecological Applications 15:154-174.

Gedalof, Z., D.L. Peterson, and N.J. Mantua. 2004. Columbia River flow and drought since 1750. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40:1579-1592.

Hessl, A.E., and D.L. Peterson. 2004. Interannual variability in aboveground tree growth in Stehekin River Watershed, North Cascade Range, Washington. Northwest Science 78:204-213.

Hessl, A.E., D. McKenzie, and R. Schellhaas. 2004. Drought and Pacific Decadal Oscillation linked to fire occurrence in the inland Pacific Northwest. Ecological Applications 14:425-442.

Hicke, J.A., and D.B. Lobell. 2004. Spatiotemporal patterns of cropland area and net primary production in the central United States estimated from USDA agricultural information. Geophysical Research Letters 31:L20502.

Hicke, J.A., R.L. Sherriff, T.T. Veblen, and G.P. Asner. 2004. Carbon accumulation in Colorado ponderosa pine stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:1283-1295.

Keeley, J.E. 2004. Role of antecedent climate on fire regimes in coastal California. International Journal of Wildland Fire 13:173-182.

Lawrence, R.L., A.G. Bunn, S. Powell, and M. Zambon. 2004. Classification of remotely sensed imagery using stochastic gradient boosting as a refinement of classification tree analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment 90:331-336.

McKenzie, D. 2004. La historia del fuego y su relación con el clima. Pages 13-28 in: L. Villers-Ruiz and J López-Blanco, eds. Incendios forestales en México: métodos de evaluación. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, DF.

McKenzie, D., S.J. Prichard, A.E. Hessl, and D.L. Peterson. 2004. Empirical approaches to modelling wildland fire in the Pacific Northwest: methods and applications to landscape simulations. Chapter 7 in A.J. Perera, L. Buse, and M.G. Weber, eds., Emulating Natural Forest Landscape Disturbances. Columbia University Press, New York, NY.

McKenzie, D., Z. Gedalof, D.L. Peterson, and P. Mote. 2004. Climatic change, wildfire, and conservation. Conservation Biology 18:890-902.

Moraska LaFrancois, B., K.R. Nydick, B.M. Johnson, and J.S. Baron. 2004. Cumulative effects of nutrients and pH on the plankton of two mountain lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:1153-1165.

Nydick, K.R., B. Moraska LaFrancois, and J.S. Baron. 2004. Nitrogen regulation of algal biomass, productivity, and composition in shallow mountain lakes, Snowy Range, Wyoming, USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:1256-1268.

Nydick, K.R., B. Moraska LaFrancois, and J.S. Baron. 2004. NO3 uptake in shallow oligotrophic mountain lakes: The influence of elevated NO3 concentrations. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23:397-415.

Pederson, G.T. Long-term perspectives on Northern Rockies climatic variability from tree rings in Glacier National Park, Montana. 2004. PhD dissertation, Montana State University, Bozeman.

Peters, D.C., R.A. Pielke, Sr., B.T. Bestelmeyer, C.D. Allen, S. Munson-McGee, and K.M. Havstad. 2004. Cross-scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 101:15130-15135.

Peterson, D.L., J.L. Innes, and K. O'Brian. 2004. Climate change, carbon, and forestry in northwestern North America. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-614, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

Strom, A., R.C. Francis, N.J. Mantua, E.L. Miles, and D.L. Peterson. 2004. North Pacific climate recorded in growth rings of geoduck clams: a new tool for paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Geophysical Research Letters 31:L0626.

van Mantgem, P.J., and M. Schwartz. 2004. An experimental demonstration of stem damage as a predictor of fire-caused mortality for ponderosa pine. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:1343-1347.

van Mantgem, P.J., and N.L. Stephenson. 2004. Does coring contribute to tree mortality? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:2394-2398.

van Mantgem, P.J., N.L. Stephenson, M. Keifer, and J.E. Keeley. 2004. Effects of an introduced pathogen and fire exclusion on the demography of sugar pine. Ecological Applications 14:1590-1602.