The Center for Forest Disturbance Science (SRS-RWU-4156) focuses on the study of disturbance processes across scales and their risk of occurrence in order to develop innovative management strategies for reducing vulnerability of ecosystems to degradation. Learn more about us →
- Projections of future wildfires impacts on air pollutants and air toxics in a changing climate over the western United States
Yang, Cheng-En; Fu, Joshua S.; Liu, Yongqiang; Dong, Xinyi; Liu, Yang.
- Stronger effects of termites than microbes on wood decomposition in a subtropical forest.
Wu, Chunsheng; Ulyshen, Michael D.; Shu, Chunjie; Zhang, Zhijian; Zhang, Yi; Liu, Yuanqiu; Geoff Wang, G.
- Projection of future wildfire emissions in western USA under climate change: contributions from changes in wildfire, fuel loading and fuel moisture
Yongqiang Liu, Yang Liu, Joshua Fu, etc.
- Introduction to fire ecology across USA forested ecosystems: Past, present, and future
Greenberg, Cathryn H.; Collins, Beverly S.; Goodrick, Scott; Stambaugh, Michael C.; Wein, Gary R.
- Non-destructive fuel volume measurements can estimate fine-scale biomass across surface fuel types in a frequently burned ecosystem
Hiers, Quinn A.; Loudermilk, E. Louise; Hawley, Christie M.; Hiers, J. Kevin; Pokswinski, Scott; Hoffman, Chad M.; O’Brien, Joseph J.