PUBLICATIONS

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Moritz, MA, E Batllori, RA Bradstock, AM Gill, J Handmer, PF Hessburg, J Leonard, S McCaffrey, DC Odion, T Schoennagel & AD Syphard. 2014. Learning to Coexist with Wildfire. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature13946.

Sherriff RL, Platt RV, Veblen TT, Schoennagel TL, Gartner MH. 2014. Historical, Observed, and Modeled Wildfire Severity in Montane Forests of the Colorado Front Range. PLoS ONE 9(9): e106971. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0106971. URL.

Westerling, A., T. Brown, T. Schoennagel, T.Swetnam, M.G. Turner, T.T. Veblen. 2014. Climate and Wildfire in Western US Forests. In: Sample, V.A. and Bixler, R. P. (eds.). 2014. Forest Conservation and Management in the Anthropocene. General Technical Report. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Rocky Mountain Research Station. URL. PDF.

Fleishman, E., J. Belnap, N. Cobb, C. Enquist, K. Ford, G. MacDonald, M. Pellant, T. Schoennagel, L. Schmit, M. Schwartz, S. van Drunick, A. Westerling, A. Keyser, and R. Lucas, 2013. Natural Ecosystems. Chapter 8, in: Garfin, G., A. Jardine, R. Merideth, M.Black, and S. LeRoy(eds.) 2013. Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: a Technical Report Prepared for the U.S. National Climate Assessment. A report by the Southwest Climate Alliance. Washington, DC: Island Press. 506 pp.  URL. PDF.

Chapman, T.B., T.T. Veblen, T. Schoennagel. 2012. Spatio-temporal patterns of mountain pine beetle activity in the southern Rocky Mountains. Ecology. 93(10): 2175-2185. PDF.

Smith, J.M. S.J. Hart, T.B. Chapman, T.T. Veblen, T. Schoennagel. 2012.Dendroecological reconstruction of 1980s mountain pine beetle outbreak in lodgepole pine forests in northwestern Colorado. EcoScience. 19(2): 113-126.PDF.

Schoennagel, T., T.T. Veblen, J.F. Negron, J.M. Smith. 2012. Effects of mountain pine beetle on fuels and expected fire behavior in lodgepole pine forests, Colorado, USA. PLoS ONE.    URL.

Parisien, M.A., S, Snetsinger, J.A. Greenberg, C.R. Nelson, T. Schoennagel, S.Z. Dobrowski, and M.A. Moritz. 2012. Spatial variability in wildfire probability across the western United States. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 21: 313-327. PDF.

Gartner, M. A., T. T. V. Veblen, R. L. Sherriff, and T. Schoennagel. 2012. Proximity to grasslands influences fire frequency and sensitivity to climate variability in Pinus ponderosa forests of the Colorado Front Range. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 21: 562–571. PDF.

Platt, R.V., T. Schoennagel, Veblen, T.T., R.L. Sherriff.  2011. Modeling Wildfire Potential in Residential Parcels: A Case Study of the North-Central Colorado Front Range. Landscape and Urban Planning. 102: 117– 126. PDF.

Schoennagel, T.,  R.L. Sherriff, T.T. Veblen. 2011. Fire history and tree recruitment in the upper montane zone of the Colorado Front Range: Implications for forest restoration. Ecological Applications. 21(6): 2210-2222. PDF.

Schoennagel, T., C.R. Nelson. 2010. Restoration relevance of recent National Fire Plan treatments in forests of the Western US. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. doi:10.1890/090199. PDF

Keith, R.P., T.T. Veblen, T. Schoennagel, R.L. Sherriff. 2010. Understory vegetation indicates historic fire regimes in ponderosa pine-dominated ecosystems in the Colorado Front Range. Journal of Vegetation Science. 21: 488–499. PDF

Schoennagel, T., C.R. Nelson, D.M. Theobald, G. Carnwath, T.B. Chapman.  2009. Implementation of National Fire Plan fuel treatments near the wildland-urban interface in the western U.S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 106 (26): 10706-10711. PDF
      Fitzsimmons PNAS Letter to the Editor. PDF
      Schoennagel et al. PNAS Response to Fitzsimmons. PDF

Platt, R.V., T. Schoennagel. 2009. An object-oriented approach to assessing changes in tree cover in the Colorado Front Range 1938-1999. Forest Ecology and Management. 258: 1342–1349. PDF
 
Krasnow, K. T. Schoennagel, T.T. Veblen. 2009. Forest fuel mapping and validation of LANDFIRE fuel maps in Boulder County, Colorado. Forest Ecology and Management. 257: 1603- 1612. PDF
 
Schoennagel, T., E.A. Smithwick, M.G. Turner. 2008. Landscape heterogeneity following large fires: Insights from Yellowstone National Park, USA. Invited Paper for Special Issue on Large Fires. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 17: 742-753. PDF

Kaufmann, M.R.; G.H. Aplet, M.G. Babler, W.L. Baker, B. Bentz, M. Harrington, B.C. Hawkes, L. Huckaby, Stroh; M.J. Jenkins, D.M. Kashian, R.E. Keane, D. Kulakowski, W. McCaughey, C. McHugh, J. Negron, J. Popp, W.H. Romme, T. Schoennagel, W. Shepperd, F.W. Smith, E.K. Sutherland, D. Tinker, T.T. Veblen. 2008. The status of our scientific understanding of lodgepole pine and mountain pine beetles - a focus on forest ecology and fire behavior. GFI technical report 2008-2. Arlington, VA: The Nature Conservancy. 13 p. PDF

Nelson, C.R., Schoennagel T., and E. Gregory.  2008.  Opportunities for academic training in the science and practice of restoration within the United States and Canada. Restoration Ecology 16(2): 125-230. PDF

Schoennagel, T., T.T. Veblen, D. Kulakowski, and A. Holz.  2007.  Multidecadal climate variability and interactions among Pacific and Atlantic sea surface temperature anomalies affect subalpine fire occurrence, western Colorado (USA). Ecology 88(11): 2891-2902. PDF

DellaSala, D., J. Karr, T. Schoennagel, D. Perry, R. Noss, D. Lindenmayer, R. Beschta, R. Hutto, M. Swanson, and J. Evans. 2006. Post-disturbance logging debate ignores many issues. Science. 314: 51-52. PDF

Noss, R. F., J. F. Franklin, W. L. Baker, T. Schoennagel, and P. B. Moyle. 2006. Managing fire-prone forests in the western United States. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8(3): 481-487. PDF

Romme, W. H., J. Clement, J. Hicke, D. Kulakowski, L. H. MacDonald, T. Schoennagel, and T. T. Veblen. 2006. Recent forest insect outbreaks and fire risk in Colorado forests: a brief synthesis of relevant research. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, Fort Collins, CO. PDF

Schoennagel, T., M.G.Turner, D. M. Kashian, and A. Fall. 2006. Influence of fire regimes on lodgepole pine stand age and density across the Yellowstone National Park (USA) landscape. Landscape Ecology 21:12811296. PDF

Schoennagel, T., T.T. Veblen, W.H. Romme, J.S. Sibold, E.R. Cook. 2005. ENSO and PDO variability affect drought-induced fire occurrence in Rocky Mountain subalpine forests. Ecological Applications 15:2000-2014. PDF.

Schoennagel T, Veblen T.T., Romme W.H. 2004. Evaluation of the efficacy of forest manipulations still needed - Response from Schoennagel and colleagues. BioScience 54 (11): 980-981. PDF

Schoennagel, T., T.T. Veblen, W.H. Romme. 2004. The interaction of fire, fuels and climate across Rocky Mountain forests. BioScience 54(7): 661-676. PDF.

Schoennagel, T., D.M. Waller, M.G. Turner, W.H. Romme. 2004. The influence of fire interval, on post-fire understorey communities in Yellowstone National Park (USA). Journal of Vegetation Science 15: 797-806. PDF.

Schoennagel, T. 2004. Integrating landscape ecology into natural resource management (book review). Landscape Ecology 19: 911-912. PDF
 
Schoennagel, T., M.G. Turner, W.H. Romme. 2003. The influence of fire interval and serotiny on postfire lodgepole pine density in Yellowstone National Park. Ecology 8: 2967-2978. PDF.
 
Maxwell, T., J. Berkson, Schoennagel, T., K. Poiani, R. Constanza. 2003. Science, Management and Education Investments. In, V.D. Dale (ed), Ecological modeling for resource management. Springer-Verlag: New York.

Schoennagel, T. 2003. Landscape ecology and resource management (book review). Ecology and Society  7(2): 3. URL
 
Schoennagel, T. and D.M. Waller, 1999. Understory responses to fire and artificial seeding in an eastern Cascades Abies grandis forest, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29: 1393-1401. PDF.