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Charles B. Halpern
Charles B. Halpern
Research Professor, Emeritus, University of Washington
Verified email at uw.edu
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Plant species diversity in natural and managed forests of the Pacific Northwest
CB Halpern, TA Spies
Ecological Applications 5 (4), 913-934, 1995
8911995
Plant diversity in managed forests: understory responses to thinning and fertilization
SC Thomas, CB Halpern, DA Falk, DA Liguori, KA Austin
Ecological applications 9 (3), 864-879, 1999
6601999
Early successional patterns of forest species: interactions of life history traits and disturbance
CB Halpern
Ecology 70 (3), 704-720, 1989
5071989
Early successional pathways and the resistance and resilience of forest communities
CB Halpern
Ecology 69 (6), 1703-1715, 1988
4491988
Tree mortality during early forest development: a long‐term study of rates, causes, and consequences
JA Lutz, CB Halpern
Ecological Monographs 76 (2), 257-275, 2006
2732006
Pacific Northwest Forests
JF Franklin, CB Halpern
North American Terrestrial Vegetation, 103-130, 1988
1901988
Edge-related gradients in microclimate in forest aggregates following structural retention harvests in western Washington
TD Heithecker, CB Halpern
Forest Ecology and Management 248 (3), 163-173, 2007
1882007
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 (10), 1655-1666, 2000
1692000
Initial responses of forest understories to varying levels and patterns of green‐tree retention
CB Halpern, D McKenzie, SA Evans, DA Maguire
Ecological Applications 15 (1), 175-195, 2005
1652005
Canopy closure exerts weak controls on understory dynamics: a 30‐year study of overstory–understory interactions
CB Halpern, JA Lutz
Ecological Monographs 83 (2), 221-237, 2013
1602013
Variation in microclimate associated with dispersed-retention harvests in coniferous forests of western Washington
TD Heithecker, CB Halpern
Forest Ecology and Management 226 (1-3), 60-71, 2006
1602006
Potential response of Pacific Northwestern forests to climatic change, effects of stand age and initial composition
DL Urban, ME Harmon, CB Halpern
Climatic change 23 (3), 247-266, 1993
1591993
Effects of environment and grazing disturbance on tree establishment in meadows of the central Cascade Range, Oregon, USA
EA Miller, CB Halpern
Journal of Vegetation Science 9 (2), 265-282, 1998
1561998
Variable-retention harvests in the Pacific Northwest: a review of short-term findings from the DEMO study
KB Aubry, CB Halpern, CE Peterson
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (4), 398-408, 2009
1502009
Evaluating the effects of varying levels and patterns of green-tree retention: experimental design of the DEMO study
KB Aubry, MP Amaranthus, CB Halpern, JD White, BL Woodard, ...
Northwest Science 73 (Special Issue), 12-26, 1999
1431999
The structure and dynamics of Abies magnifica forests in the southern Cascade Range, USA
AH Taylor, CB Halpern
Journal of Vegetation Science 2 (2), 189-200, 1991
1361991
Short-term effects of timber harvest and forest edges on ground-layer mosses and liverworts
CR Nelson, CB Halpern
Canadian journal of botany 83 (6), 610-620, 2005
1302005
Soil seed banks in young, closed-canopy forests of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: potential contributions to understory reinitiation
CB Halpern, SA Evans, S Nielson
Canadian Journal of Botany 77 (7), 922-935, 1999
1281999
Community and ecosystem consequences of giant knotweed (Polygonum sachalinense) invasion into riparian forests of western Washington, USA
LS Urgenson, SH Reichard, CB Halpern
Biological Conservation 142 (7), 1536-1541, 2009
1212009
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
1151999
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