Heather Root
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Conifer regeneration following stand-replacing wildfire varies along an elevation gradient in a ponderosa pine forest, Oregon, USA
HTR EK Dodson
Forest Ecology and Management 302, 163-170, 2013
Epiphytic macrolichen indication of air quality and climate in interior forested mountains of the Pacific Northwest, USA
HT Root, LH Geiser, S Jovan, P Neitlich
Ecological Indicators 53, 95-105, 2015
Regional patterns of biological soil crust lichen species composition related to vegetation, soils, and climate in Oregon, USA
HT Root, B McCune
Journal of Arid Environments 79, 93-100, 2012
A simple tool for estimating throughfall nitrogen deposition in forests of western North America using lichens
HT Root, LH Geiser, ME Fenn, S Jovan, MA Hutten, S Ahuja, K Dillman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 1-8, 2013
Biotic soil crust lichen diversity and conservation in shrub-steppe habitats of Oregon and Washington
HT Root, JED Miller, B McCune
The Bryologist 114 (4), 796-812, 2011
Lichen habitat may be enhanced by thinning treatments in young Tsuga heterophylla-Pseudotsuga menziesii forests
HT Root, B McCune, P Neitlich
The Bryologist 113 (2), 292-307, 2010
Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California
BMC M. Hutten, U. Arup, O. Breuss, T. L. Esslinger, A
North Ameican Fungi 8, 1-47, 2013
Lichen communities and species indicate climate thresholds in southeast and south-central Alaska, USA
HT Root, B McCune, S Jovan
The Bryologist 117 (3), 241-252, 2014
Plant diversity enhances moth diversity in an intensive forest management experiment
HT Root, J Verschuyl, T Stokely, P Hammond, MA Scherr, MG Betts
Ecological Applications 27 (1), 134-142, 2017
Managing moist temperate forests for bioenergy and biodiversity
HT Root, MG Betts
Journal of Forestry 114 (1), 66-74, 2016
Effects of two silvicultural regimes with large tree retention on epiphytic macrolichen communities in Adirondack northern hardwoods, New York, USA
T Heather, RHT Root, GGMGGG McGee, RDNRD Nyland
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (10), 1854-1866, 2007
Surveying for biotic soil crust lichens of shrub steppe habitats in the Columbia Basin
BMC Root, H. T.
North American Fungi 7, 1-21, 2012
Altered fire regimes cause long‐term lichen diversity losses
JED Miller, HT Root, HD Safford
Global change biology, 2018
Recovery of biological soil crust richness and cover 12–16 years after wildfires in Idaho, USA
HT Root, JC Brinda, EK Dodson
Biogeosciences 14 (17), 3957, 2017
Biological soil crusts as an integral component of desert environments
J Belnap, B Weber
Ecological Processes 2 (1), 11, 2013
Arboreal mite communities on epiphytic lichens of the Adirondack Mountains of New York
HT Root, GG McGee, RA Norton
Northeastern Naturalist 14 (3), 425-438, 2007
Canopy distribution and survey detectability of a rare old-growth forest lichen
JED Miller, J Villella, G Carey, T Carlberg, HT Root
Forest Ecology and Management 392, 195-201, 2017
Does phylogenetic distance aid in detecting environmental gradients related to species composition?
HT Root, PR Nelson
Journal of Vegetation Science 22 (6), 1143-1148, 2011
Native and exotic plant cover vary inversely along a climate gradient 11 years following stand‐replacing wildfire in a dry coniferous forest, Oregon, USA
EK Dodson, HT Root
Global change biology 21 (2), 666-675, 2015
Forest floor lichen and bryophyte communities in thinned Pseudotsuga menziesii-Tsuga heterophylla forests
HT Root, B McCune
The Bryologist 113 (3), 619-630, 2010
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