Christina Staudhammer
Christina Staudhammer
Professor of Biostatistics, University of Alabama
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Introduction and evaluation of possible indices of stand structural diversity
CL Staudhammer, VM LeMay
Canadian journal of forest research 31 (7), 1105-1115, 2001
2592001
Explaining variation in Brazil nut fruit production
KA Kainer, LHO Wadt, CL Staudhammer
Forest Ecology and Management 250 (3), 244-255, 2007
1512007
Sustainable forest use in Brazilian extractive reserves: Natural regeneration of Brazil nut in exploited populations
LHO Wadt, KA Kainer, CL Staudhammer, ROP Serrano
Biological Conservation 141 (1), 332-346, 2008
1142008
Socio-ecological dynamics and inequality in Bogotá, Colombia's public urban forests and their ecosystem services
FJ Escobedo, N Clerici, CL Staudhammer, GT Corzo
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (4), 1040-1053, 2015
772015
Carbon dioxide exchange rates from short‐and long‐hydroperiod Everglades freshwater marsh
KL Jimenez, G Starr, CL Staudhammer, JL Schedlbauer, HW Loescher, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117 (G4), 2012
632012
Shifting cultivation effects on Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa) regeneration
JN Cotta, KA Kainer, LHO Wadt, CL Staudhammer
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (1-2), 28-35, 2008
592008
Human and biophysical legacies shape contemporary urban forests: A literature synthesis
LA Roman, H Pearsall, TS Eisenman, TM Conway, RT Fahey, S Landry, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 31, 157-168, 2018
582018
Testing a silvicultural recommendation: B razil nut responses 10 years after liana cutting
KA Kainer, LHO Wadt, CL Staudhammer
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (3), 655-663, 2014
522014
Tree biomass, wood waste yield, and carbon storage changes in an urban forest
N Timilsina, CL Staudhammer, FJ Escobedo, A Lawrence
Landscape and Urban Planning 127, 18-27, 2014
512014
Analyzing growth and mortality in a subtropical urban forest ecosystem
AB Lawrence, FJ Escobedo, CL Staudhammer, W Zipperer
Landscape and Urban Planning 104 (1), 85-94, 2012
512012
Future crop tree damage in a certified community forest in southwestern Amazonia
CA Rockwell, KA Kainer, CL Staudhammer, C Baraloto
Forest Ecology and Management 242 (2-3), 108-118, 2007
452007
Spatial patterns of a subtropical, coastal urban forest: Implications for land tenure, hurricanes, and invasives
M Zhao, FJ Escobedo, C Staudhammer
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 9 (3), 205-214, 2010
442010
Effects of simulated drought on the carbon balance of Everglades short‐hydroperiod marsh
SL Malone, G Starr, CL Staudhammer, MG Ryan
Global Change Biology 19 (8), 2511-2523, 2013
382013
A spatially explicit analysis to extrapolate carbon fluxes in upland tundra where permafrost is thawing
H Lee, EAG Schuur, JG Vogel, M Lavoie, D Bhadra, CL Staudhammer
Global change biology 17 (3), 1379-1393, 2011
382011
Introductory probability and statistics
A Kozak, R Kozak, S Watts, C Staudhammer
CABI, 2007
382007
Hurricane debris and damage assessment for Florida urban forests
FJ Escobedo, CJ Luley, J Bond, C Staudhammer, C Bartel
Journal of Arboriculture 35 (2), 100, 2009
372009
The importance of multimodel projections to assess uncertainty in projections from simulation models
D Valle, CL Staudhammer, WP Cropper Jr, PR Gardingen
Ecological applications 19 (7), 1680-1692, 2009
352009
Implementing multiple forest management in Brazil nut-rich community forests: Effects of logging on natural regeneration and forest disturbance
M Soriano, KA Kainer, CL Staudhammer, E Soriano
Forest Ecology and Management 268, 92-102, 2012
342012
Assessing interactions among changing climate, management, and disturbance in forests: a macrosystems approach
JM Becknell, AR Desai, MC Dietze, CA Schultz, G Starr, PA Duffy, ...
BioScience 65 (3), 263-274, 2015
322015
Cyclic occurrence of fire and its role in carbon dynamics along an edaphic moisture gradient in longleaf pine ecosystems
A Whelan, R Mitchell, C Staudhammer, G Starr
PLoS One 8 (1), e54045, 2013
312013
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