Andrés Holz
Andrés Holz
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Portland State University
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Unusual Southern Hemisphere tree growth patterns induced by changes in the Southern Annular Mode
R Villalba, A Lara, MH Masiokas, R Urrutia, BH Luckman, GJ Marshall, ...
Nature geoscience 5 (11), 793-798, 2012
A conceptual framework for predicting temperate ecosystem sensitivity to human impacts on fire regimes
DB McWethy, PE Higuera, C Whitlock, TT Veblen, D Bowman, GJ Cary, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (8), 900-912, 2013
Multidecadal climate variability and interactions among Pacific and Atlantic sea surface temperature anomalies affect subalpine fire occurrence, western Colorado (USA)
T Schoennagel, TT Veblen, D Kulakowski, A Holz
Ecology 88, 2891-2902, 2007
The historical range of variability of fires in the Andean–Patagonian Nothofagus forest region
TT Veblen, T Kitzberger, E Raffaele, M Mermoz, ME González, JS Sibold, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (6), 724-741, 2009
Positive fire feedbacks contribute to shifts from Nothofagus pumilio forests to fire‐prone shrublands in Patagonia
J Paritsis, TT Veblen, A Holz
Journal of Vegetation Science 26 (1), 89-101, 2015
Adapting to global environmental change in Patagonia: What role for disturbance ecology?
TT Veblen, A Holz, J Paritsis, E Raffaele, T Kitzberger, M Blackhall
Austral Ecology 36 (8), 891-903, 2011
Patterns and drivers of recent disturbances across the temperate forest biome
A Sommerfeld, C Senf, B Buma, AW D’Amato, T Després, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
Fire–vegetation feedbacks and alternative states: common mechanisms of temperate forest vulnerability to fire in southern South America and New Zealand
T Kitzberger, GLW Perry, J Paritsis, JH Gowda, AJ Tepley, A Holz, ...
New Zealand Journal of Botany 54 (2), 247-272, 2016
Tree regeneration responses to Chusquea montana bamboo die‐off in a subalpine Nothofagus forest in the southern Andes
CA Holz, TT Veblen
Journal of Vegetation Science 17 (1), 19-28, 2006
Variability in the Southern Annular Mode determines wildfire activity in Patagonia
A Holz, TT Veblen
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (14), 2011
Effects of high‐severity fire drove the population collapse of the subalpine Tasmanian endemic conifer Athrotaxis cupressoides
A Holz, SW Wood, TT Veblen, DMJS Bowman
Global Change Biology 21 (1), 445-458, 2015
Ecological and climatic controls of modern wildfire activity patterns across southwestern South America
A Holz, T Kitzberger, J Paritsis, TT Veblen
Ecosphere 3 (11), 1-25, 2012
Influences of fire–vegetation feedbacks and post‐fire recovery rates on forest landscape vulnerability to altered fire regimes
AJ Tepley, E Thomann, TT Veblen, GLW Perry, A Holz, J Paritsis, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (5), 1925-1940, 2018
ENSO controls interannual fire activity in southeast Australia
M Mariani, MS Fletcher, A Holz, P Nyman
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,891-10,900, 2016
Landscape drivers of recent fire activity (2001-2017) in south-central Chile
DB McWethy, A Pauchard, RA García, A Holz, ME González, TT Veblen, ...
PloS one 13 (8), e0201195, 2018
The amplifying effects of humans on fire regimes in temperate rainforests in western Patagonia
A Holz, TT Veblen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 311 (1-2), 82-92, 2011
Ecología forestal
E González, R Sotolongo
La Habana: Editorial Félix Varela, 2007
Wildfire activity in rainforests in western Patagonia linked to the Southern Annular Mode
A Holz, TT Veblen
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (2), 114-126, 2012
Southern Annular Mode drives multicentury wildfire activity in southern South America
A Holz, J Paritsis, IA Mundo, TT Veblen, T Kitzberger, GJ Williamson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (36), 9552-9557, 2017
Fire history in western Patagonia from paired tree-ring fire-scar and charcoal records
A Holz, S Haberle, TT Veblen, RD Pol-Holz, J Southon
Climate of the Past 8 (2), 451-466, 2012
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