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Don McKenzie
Don McKenzie
Reserch ecologist, US Forest Service
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Climate and wildfire area burned in western U.S. ecoprovinces, 1916-2003
JS Littell, D McKenzie, DL Peterson, AL Westerling
Ecological Applications 19, 1003-1021, 2009
12442009
Climatic change, wildfire, and conservation
D McKenzie, ZM Gedalof, DL Peterson, P Mote
Conservation Biology 18, 890-902, 2004
8662004
Estimating emissions from fires in North America for air quality modeling
C Wiedinmyer, B Quayle, C Geron, A Belote, D McKenzie, X Zhang, ...
Atmospheric Environment 40 (19), 3419-3432, 2006
4902006
Forest ecosystems, disturbance, and climatic change in Washington State, USA
JS Littell, EE Oneil, D McKenzie, JA Hicke, JA Lutz, RA Norheim, ...
Climatic Change 102, 129-158, 2010
4052010
Drought and Pacific Decadal Oscillation linked to fire occurrence in the inland Pacific Northwest
AE Hessl, D McKenzie, R Schellhaas
Ecological applications 14 (2), 425-442, 2004
2982004
Cross-scale analysis of fire regimes
DA Falk, C Miller, D McKenzie, AE Black
Ecosystems 10, 809-823, 2007
2672007
Climate, fire size, and biophysical setting control fire severity and spatial pattern in the northern Cascade Range, USA.
CA Cansler, D McKenzie
Ecological Applications 24, 1037-1056, 2014
2362014
A preliminary synthesis of modeled climate change impacts on US regional ozone concentrations
CP Weaver, XZ Liang, J Zhu, PJ Adams, P Amar, J Avise, M Caughey, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 90 (12), 1843-1864, 2009
2082009
Tree-species range shifts in a changing climate – detecting, modeling, assisting
LR Iverson, D McKenzie
Landscape Ecology 28, 879-889, 2013
1842013
Climate change and the eco-hydrology of fire: will area burned increase in a warming western USA?
D McKenzie, JS Littell
Ecological Applications 27, 26-36, 2017
1832017
Increases in submaximal cycling efficiency mediated by altitude acclimatization
HJ Green, B Roy, S Grant, R Hughson, M Burnett, C Otto, A Pipe, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 89 (3), 1189-1197, 2000
1782000
Climate drivers of regionally synchronous fires in the inland Northwest (1651–1900)
EK Heyerdahl, D McKenzie, LD Daniels, AE Hessl, JS Littell, NJ Mantua
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 40-49, 2008
1742008
How robust are burn severity indices when applied in a new region? Evaluation of alternate field-based and remote-sensing methods
DMK Cansler, C.A.
Remote Sensing 4, 456-483, 2012
1722012
Overstory influences on herb and shrub communities in mature forests of western Washington, USA
D McKenzie, CB Halpern, CR Nelson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30, 1655-1666, 2000
1672000
Early responses of forest understories to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention
CB Halpern, D McKenzie, SA Evans, DA Maguire
Ecological Applications 15, 175-195, 2005
1662005
Climatic and biophysical controls on conifer species distributions in mountain forests of Washington State, USA
D McKenzie, DW Peterson, DL Peterson, PE Thornton
Journal of Biogeography 30, 1093-1108, 2003
1512003
The Landscape Ecology of Fire
D McKenzie, C Miller, DA Falk
Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer Ltd., 2011
1482011
Regional projections of the likelihood of very large wildland fires under a changing climate in the contiguous Western United States.
EN Stavros, J Abatzoglou, D McKenzie, NA Larkin
Climatic Change 126, 455-468, 2014
1362014
Scaling and complexity in landscape ecology
EA Newman, MC Kennedy, DA Falk, D McKenzie
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 293, 2019
1352019
Response of forest vegetation to varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention: an overview of a long-term experiment
CB Halpern, SA Evans, CR Nelson, D McKenzie, DA Liguori, DE Hibbs, ...
Northwest Science 73 (Special Issue), 27-44, 1999
1161999
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