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- Board, David I.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Wright, Joan G. 2011. Effects of spring prescribed fire in expanding pinyon-juniper woodlands on seedling establishment of sagebrush species.
- Chambers, Jeanne C.; Brooks, Matthew L.; Germino, Matthew J.; Maestas, Jeremy D.; Board, David I; Jones, Matthew O.; Allred, Brady W. 2019. Operationalizing resilience and resistance concepts to address invasive grass-fire cycles.
- Urza, Alexandra K.; Weisberg, Peter J.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Board, David ; Flake, Samuel W. 2019. Seeding native species increases resistance to annual grass invasion following prescribed burning of semiarid woodlands.
- Board, David I.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Miller, Richard F.; Weisberg, Peter J. 2018. Fire patterns in pi on and juniper land cover types in the Semiarid Western United States from 1984 through 2013.
- Chambers, Jeanne C.; Board, David I.; Roundy, Bruce A.; Weisberg, Peter J. 2017. Removal of perennial herbaceous species affects response of cold desert scrublands to fire.
- Jones, Rachel; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Johnson, Dale W.; Blank, Robert R.; Board, David I. 2015. Effect of repeated burning on plant and soil carbon and nitrogen in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) dominated ecosystems.
- Jones, Rachel O.; Chambers, Jeanne C.; Board, David I.; Johnson, Dale W.; Blank, Robert R. 2015. The role of resource limitation in restoration of sagebrush ecosystems dominated by cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum).
- Chambers, Jeanne C.; Miller, Richard F.; Board, David I.; Pyke, David A.; Roundy, Bruce A.; Grace, James B.; Schupp, Eugene W.; Tausch, Robin J. 2014. Resilience and resistance of sagebrush ecosystems: Implications for state and transition models and management treatments.
- Chambers, Jeanne C.; Eldredge, Eric P.; Snyder, Keirith A.; Board, David I.; de Queiroz, Tara Forbis; Hubbard, Vada. 2014. Restoring abandoned agricultural lands in cold desert shrublands: Tradeoffs between water availability and invasive species.
|Fire patterns in piñon and juniper in the Western United States: Trends from 1984 through 2013|
By looking at 30 years of fire data in piñon and juniper landscapes in the western United States, researchers were able to analyze differences ...