Garrett Meigs
Garrett Meigs
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Verified email at dnr.wa.gov
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Bringing an ecological view of change to Landsat‐based remote sensing
RE Kennedy, S Andréfouët, WB Cohen, C Gómez, P Griffiths, M Hais, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (6), 339-346, 2014
2222014
A Landsat time series approach to characterize bark beetle and defoliator impacts on tree mortality and surface fuels in conifer forests
GW Meigs, RE Kennedy, WB Cohen
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (12), 3707-3718, 2011
2052011
Forest disturbance across the conterminous United States from 1985–2012: the emerging dominance of forest decline
WB Cohen, Z Yang, SV Stehman, TA Schroeder, DM Bell, JG Masek, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 360, 242-252, 2016
1642016
Forest fire impacts on carbon uptake, storage, and emission: the role of burn severity in the Eastern Cascades, Oregon
GW Meigs, DC Donato, JL Campbell, JG Martin, BE Law
Ecosystems 12 (8), 1246-1267, 2009
1522009
Contemporary patterns of fire extent and severity in forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA (1985–2010)
MJ Reilly, CJ Dunn, GW Meigs, TA Spies, RE Kennedy, JD Bailey, ...
Ecosphere 8 (3), e01695, 2017
952017
Spatiotemporal dynamics of recent mountain pine beetle and western spruce budworm outbreaks across the Pacific Northwest Region, USA
GW Meigs, RE Kennedy, AN Gray, MJ Gregory
Forest Ecology and Management 339, 71-86, 2015
622015
Fire refugia: what are they, and why do they matter for global change?
AJH Meddens, CA Kolden, JA Lutz, AMS Smith, CA Cansler, ...
BioScience 68 (12), 944-954, 2018
582018
Do insect outbreaks reduce the severity of subsequent forest fires?
GW Meigs, HSJ Zald, JL Campbell, WS Keeton, RE Kennedy
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 045008, 2016
482016
Does wildfire likelihood increase following insect outbreaks in conifer forests?
GW Meigs, JL Campbell, HSJ Zald, JD Bailey, DC Shaw, RE Kennedy
Ecosphere 6 (7): 118, 2015
442015
More ways than one: Mixed-severity disturbance regimes foster structural complexity via multiple developmental pathways
GW Meigs, RC Morrissey, R Bače, O Chaskovskyy, V Čada, T Després, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 406, 410-426, 2017
342017
Landscape-scale simulation of heterogeneous fire effects on pyrogenic carbon emissions, tree mortality, and net ecosystem production
GW Meigs, DP Turner, WD Ritts, Z Yang, BE Law
Ecosystems 14 (5), 758-775, 2011
332011
Intermediate‐severity wind disturbance in mature temperate forests: legacy structure, carbon storage, and stand dynamics
GW Meigs, WS Keeton
Ecological Applications 28 (3), 798-815, 2018
252018
Composition and structure of forest fire refugia: What are the ecosystem legacies across burned landscapes?
G Meigs, M Krawchuk
Forests 9 (5), 2018
142018
Spatiotemporal patterns of forest damage and disturbance in the northeastern United States: 2000–2016
AM Kosiba, GW Meigs, JA Duncan, JA Pontius, WS Keeton, ER Tait
Forest Ecology and Management 430, 94-104, 2018
122018
Influence of fire refugia spatial pattern on post-fire forestrecovery in Oregon’s Blue Mountains
WM Downing, MA Krawchuk, GW Meigs, SL Haire, JD Coop, RB Walker, ...
Landscape Ecology 34, 771-792, 2019
112019
The climate sensitivity of carbon, timber, and species richness covaries with forest age in boreal–temperate North America
D Thom, M Golivets, L Edling, GW Meigs, JD Gourevitch, LJ Sonter, ...
Global change biology 25 (7), 2446-2458, 2019
82019
Climate‐change refugia: biodiversity in the slow lane
TL Morelli, CW Barrows, AR Ramirez, JM Cartwright, DD Ackerly, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (5), 228-234, 2020
72020
Primary forest distribution and representation in a Central European landscape: Results of a large-scale field-based census
M Mikoláš, K Ujházy, M Jasík, M Wiezik, I Gallay, P Polák, J Vysoký, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 449, 117466, 2019
62019
Disturbance refugia within mosaics of forest fire, drought, and insect outbreaks
MA Krawchuk, GW Meigs, JM Cartwright, JD Coop, R Davis, A Holz, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (5), 235-244, 2020
52020
How much forest persists through fire? High-resolution mapping of tree cover to characterize the abundance and spatial pattern of fire refugia across mosaics of burn severity
R B Walker, J D Coop, W M Downing, M A Krawchuk, S L Malone, ...
Forests 10 (9), 782, 2019
42019
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