Lisa Floyd-Hanna
Lisa Floyd-Hanna
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Regional vegetation die-off in response to global-change-type drought
DD Breshears, NS Cobb, PM Rich, KP Price, CD Allen, RG Balice, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (42), 15144-15148, 2005
20082005
Historical and modern disturbance regimes, stand structures, and landscape dynamics in pinon–juniper vegetation of the western United States
WH Romme, CD Allen, JD Bailey, WL Baker, BT Bestelmeyer, PM Brown, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (3), 203-222, 2009
3392009
Climatic and human influences on fire regimes of the southern San Juan Mountains, Colorado, USA
HD Grissino-Mayer, WH Romme, M Lisa Floyd, DD Hanna
Ecology 85 (6), 1708-1724, 2004
1832004
Relationship of stand characteristics to drought‐induced mortality in three Southwestern piñon–juniper woodlands
ML Floyd, M Clifford, NS Cobb, D Hanna, R Delph, P Ford, D Turner
Ecological Applications 19 (5), 1223-1230, 2009
1692009
Fire history and vegetation pattern in Mesa Verde national Park, Colorado, USA
ML Floyd, WH Romme, DD Hanna
Ecological Applications 10 (6), 1666-1680, 2000
1372000
Historical and recent fire regimes in piñon–juniper woodlands on Mesa Verde, Colorado, USA
ML Floyd, DD Hanna, WH Romme
Forest Ecology and Management 198 (1-3), 269-289, 2004
1012004
Predicting and mitigating weed invasions to restore natural post-fire succession in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, USA
ML Floyd, D Hanna, WH Romme, TE Crews
International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 (2), 247-259, 2006
802006
Aspen's ecological role in the West
WH Romme, L Floyd-Hanna, DD Hanna, E Bartlett
USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2001
722001
Forest restoration in southwestern ponderosa pine
DL Lynch, WH Romme, ML Floyd
Journal of Forestry 98 (8), 17-24, 2000
692000
Effects of historic livestock grazing on vegetation at Chaco culture national historic park, New Mexico
ML Floyd, TL Fleischner, D Hanna, P Whitefield
Conservation Biology 17 (6), 1703-1711, 2003
602003
Regional aboveground live carbon losses due to drought-induced tree dieback in piñon–juniper ecosystems
C Huang, GP Asner, NN Barger, JC Neff, ML Floyd
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (7), 1471-1479, 2010
582010
Ancient pinon–juniper forests of Mesa Verde and the West: a cautionary note for forest restoration programs
WH Romme, L Floyd-Hanna, DD Hanna
Proceedings of the Conference on Fire, Fuel Treatments, and Ecological …, 2003
562003
Historical Range of Variability and Current Landscape Condition Analysis: South Central Highlands Section
WH Romme, ML Floyd, D Hanna
Southwestern Colorado & Northwestern New Mexico, 9-12, 2009
492009
Fire history of piñon-juniper woodlands on Navajo point, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
ML Floyd, WH Romme, DD Hanna, M Winterowd, D Hanna, J Spence
Natural Areas Journal 28 (1), 26-36, 2008
362008
Ancient piñon-juniper woodlands: a natural history of Mesa Verde country
ML Floyd
Univ Pr of Colorado, 2003
282003
Using natural disturbance regimes as a basis for mitigating impacts of anthropogenic fragmentation
WH Romme, ML Floyd, D Hanna, JS Redders
Forest fragmentation in the southern Rocky Mountains, 377-400, 2000
182000
Current Productivity and Prehistoric Use of Piñon (Pinus edulis, Pinaceae) in the Dolores Archaeological Project Area, Southwestern Colorado
ML Floyd, TA Kohler
Economic Botany 44 (2), 141-156, 1990
181990
Structural and regenerative changes in old-growth piñon–juniper woodlands following drought-induced mortality
ML Floyd, WH Romme, ME Rocca, DP Hanna, DD Hanna
Forest Ecology and Management 341, 18-29, 2015
172015
A preliminary vegetation classification for the Colorado Plateau
JR Spence, WH Romme, L Floyd-Hanna, PG Rowlands
Proceedings for the second biennial conference on research in Colorado …, 1995
131995
Biotic communities of the semiarid foothills and valleys
L Floyd-Hanna, AW Spencer, WH Romme
The western San Juan Mountains: their geology, ecology, and human history …, 1996
121996
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