Shelley Crausbay
Shelley Crausbay
US Forest Service
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Wildfire-driven forest conversion in western North American landscapes
JD Coop, SA Parks, CS Stevens-Rumann, SD Crausbay, PE Higuera, ...
BioScience 70 (8), 659-673, 2020
Defining ecological drought for the twenty-first century
SD Crausbay, AR Ramirez, SL Carter, MS Cross, KR Hall, DJ Bathke, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (12), 2543-2550, 2017
Navigating ecological transformation: Resist–accept–direct as a path to a new resource management paradigm
GW Schuurman, DN Cole, AE Cravens, S Covington, SD Crausbay, ...
BioScience 72 (1), 16-29, 2022
Rivers are social–ecological systems: Time to integrate human dimensions into riverscape ecology and management
JB Dunham, PL Angermeier, SD Crausbay, AE Cravens, H Gosnell, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (4), e1291, 2018
Fire catalyzed rapid ecological change in lowland coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest over the past 14,000 years
SD Crausbay, PE Higuera, DG Sprugel, LB Brubaker
Ecology 98 (9), 2356-2369, 2017
Natural disturbance, vegetation patterns and ecological dynamics in tropical montane forests
SD Crausbay, PH Martin
Journal of Tropical Ecology 32 (5), 384-403, 2016
Compilation of climate data from heterogeneous networks across the Hawaiian Islands
RJ Longman, TW Giambelluca, MA Nullet, AG Frazier, K Kodama, ...
Scientific data 5 (1), 1-17, 2018
Unfamiliar territory: Emerging themes for ecological drought research and management
SD Crausbay, J Betancourt, J Bradford, J Cartwright, WC Dennison, ...
One Earth 3 (3), 337-353, 2020
A science agenda to inform natural resource management decisions in an era of ecological transformation
SD Crausbay, HR Sofaer, AE Cravens, BC Chaffin, KR Clifford, JE Gross, ...
BioScience 72 (1), 71-90, 2022
Moisture status during a strong El Niņo explains a tropical montane cloud forest’s upper limit
SD Crausbay, AG Frazier, TW Giambelluca, RJ Longman, SC Hotchkiss
Oecologia 175 (1), 273-284, 2014
Strong relationships between vegetation and two perpendicular climate gradients high on a tropical mountain in Hawai ‘i
SD Crausbay, SC Hotchkiss
Journal of Biogeography 37 (6), 1160-1174, 2010
A ca. 800-year lithologic record of drought from sub-annually laminated lake sediment, East Java
SD Crausbay, JM Russell, DW Schnurrenberger
Journal of Paleolimnology 35, 641-659, 2006
Water relations and microclimate around the upper limit of a cloud forest in Maui, Hawai ‘i
SG Gotsch, SD Crausbay, TW Giambelluca, AE Weintraub, RJ Longman, ...
Tree physiology 34 (7), 766-777, 2014
Planning for ecological drought: Integrating ecosystem services and vulnerability assessment
N Raheem, AE Cravens, MS Cross, S Crausbay, A Ramirez, J McEvoy, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 (4), e1352, 2019
Vegetation dynamics at the upper reaches of a tropical montane forest are driven by disturbance over the past 7300 years
S Crausbay, S Genderjahn, S Hotchkiss, D Sachse, A Kahmen, SK Arndt
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46 (4), 787-799, 2014
A severe drought during the last millennium in East Java, Indonesia
JR Rodysill, JM Russell, SD Crausbay, S Bijaksana, M Vuille, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 80, 102-111, 2013
Tropical montane vegetation dynamics near the upper cloud belt strongly associated with a shifting ITCZ and fire
SD Crausbay, PH Martin, EF Kelly
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 891-903, 2015
Dominant Sonoran Desert plant species have divergent phenological responses to climate change
LJ Zachmann, JF Wiens, K Franklin, SD Crausbay, VA Landau, ...
Madroņo 68 (4), 473-486, 2021
Integrating ecological impacts: perspectives on drought in the Upper Missouri Headwaters, Montana, United States
AE Cravens, J McEvoy, D Zoanni, S Crausbay, A Ramirez, AE Cooper
Weather, Climate, and Society 13 (2), 363-376, 2021
Pollen–vegetation relationships at a tropical cloud forest's upper limit and accuracy of vegetation inference
SD Crausbay, SC Hotchkiss
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 184, 1-13, 2012
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