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Megan S. Matonis

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  • Matonis, M.S., D. Binkley, M. Tuten, and T. Cheng. 2014. The forests they are a-changin’—Ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forests on the Uncompahgre Plateau in 1875 and 2010-13. Technical Brief. Colorado State University, Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, Fort Collins, CO. 27 pp. Available online at http://coloradoforestrestoration.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/2014_UP-Forestry-Forensics-Final.pdf; last accessed July 2015.

    Millington, J.D.A, M.B. Walters, M.S. Matonis, J. and Liu. 2013. Filling the gap: A compositional gap regeneration model for managed northern hardwood forests. Ecological Modelling 253:17–27.

    Millington, J.D.A, M.B. Walters, M.S. Matonis, J. and Liu. 2013. Modelling for forest management synergies and trade-offs: Northern hardwood tree regeneration, timber and deer. Ecological Modelling 248:103–112.

    Millington, J.D.A., M.B. Walters, M.S. Matonis, E.J. Laurent, K.R. Hall, and J. Liu. 2011. Combined long-term effects of variable tree regeneration and timber management on forest songbirds and timber production. Forest Ecology and Management 262:718–729.

    Matonis, M.S., M.B. Walters, and J.D.A. Millington. 2011. Gap-, stand-, and landscape-level factors contribute to low sugar maple sapling density following selection harvesting. Forest Ecology and Management 262:286–298.

    Millington, J.D.A., M.B. Walters, M.S. Matonis, and J. Liu. 2010. Effects of local and regional landscape characteristics on wildlife distribution across managed forests. Forest Ecology and Management 259:1102–1110.