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J. Morgan Varner
J. Morgan Varner
Tall Timbers Director of Research & Senior Scientist
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Prescribed fire in North American forests and woodlands: history, current practice, and challenges
KC Ryan, EE Knapp, JM Varner
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (s1), e15-e24, 2013
5142013
Restoring Fire to Long‐Unburned Pinus palustris Ecosystems: Novel Fire Effects and Consequences for Long‐Unburned Ecosystems
JM Varner III, DR Gordon, FE Putz, JK Hiers
Restoration Ecology 13 (3), 536-544, 2005
2532005
The burning characteristics of southeastern oaks: discriminating fire facilitators from fire impeders
JM Kane, JM Varner, JK Hiers
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (12), 2039-2045, 2008
1612008
Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
JW Veldman, JC Aleman, ST Alvarado, TM Anderson, S Archibald, ...
Science 366 (6463), eaay7976, 2019
1582019
Fire as a fundamental ecological process: research advances and frontiers
KK McLauchlan, PE Higuera, J Miesel, BM ROgers, J Schweitzer, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (5), 2047-2069, 2020
1472020
Post-fire regeneration across a fire severity gradient in the southern Cascades
JS Crotteau, JM Varner III, MW Ritchie
Forest Ecology and Management 287, 103-112, 2013
1452013
Toward a mechanism for eastern North American forest mesophication: differential litter drying across 17 species
JK Kreye, JM Varner, JK Hiers, J Mola
Ecological Applications 23 (8), 1976-1986, 2013
1382013
Fire and tree death: understanding and improving modeling of fire-induced tree mortality
SM Hood, JM Varner, P Van Mantgem, CA Cansler
Environmental Research Letters 13 (11), 113004, 2018
1232018
Impediments to prescribed fire across agency, landscape and manager: an example from northern California
LN Quinn-Davidson, JM Varner
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (3), 210-218, 2011
1192011
Post-fire tree stress and growth following smoldering duff fires
JM Varner, FE Putz, JJ O’Brien, JK Hiers, RJ Mitchell, DR Gordon
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (11), 2467-2474, 2009
1182009
Overstory tree mortality resulting from reintroducing fire to long-unburned longleaf pine forests: the importance of duff moisture
JM Varner, JK Hiers, RD Ottmar, DR Gordon, FE Putz, DD Wade
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (8), 1349-1358, 2007
1092007
The flammability of forest and woodland litter: a synthesis
JM Varner, JM Kane, JK Kreye, E Engber
Current Forestry Reports 1 (2), 91-99, 2015
1022015
Novel fuelbed characteristics associated with mechanical mastication treatments in northern California and south-western Oregon, USA
JM Kane, JM Varner, EE Knapp
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (6), 686-697, 2009
992009
Acute physiological stress and mortality following fire in a long-unburned longleaf pine ecosystem
JJ O’Brien, JK Hiers, RJ Mitchell, JM Varner, K Mordecai
Fire Ecology 6 (2), 1-12, 2010
962010
Patterns of flammability of the California oaks: the role of leaf traits
EA Engber, JM Varner III
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42 (11), 1965-1975, 2012
942012
The effects of conifer encroachment and overstory structure on fuels and fire in an oak woodland landscape
EA Engber, JM Varner, LA Arguello, NG Sugihara
Fire Ecology 7 (2), 32-50, 2011
832011
Ecological value of retaining pyrophytic oaks in longleaf pine ecosystems
JK Hiers, JR Walters, RJ Mitchell, JM Varner, LM Conner, LA Blanc, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (3), 383-393, 2014
822014
Fire behavior in masticated fuels: A review
JK Kreye, NW Brewer, P Morgan, JM Varner, AMS Smith, CM Hoffman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 314, 193-207, 2014
822014
Remnant Old-growth longleaf pine savannas and forests of the southeastern USA: Status and threats
JM Varner, JS Kush
Nat. Area. J 24, 141-149, 2004
78*2004
Long‐term effects of fire severity on oak–conifer dynamics in the southern Cascades
MI Cocking, JM Varner, EE Knapp
Ecological Applications 24 (1), 94-107, 2014
742014
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