Donald A Falk
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Genetic and evolutionary consequences of small population size in plants: implications for conservation
SCH Barrett
Genetics and conservation of rare plants, 1991
15331991
Ecological restoration of southwestern ponderosa pine ecosystems: a broad perspective
CD Allen, M Savage, DA Falk, KF Suckling, TW Swetnam, T Schulke, ...
Ecological applications 12 (5), 1418-1433, 2002
10602002
Genetics and conservation of rare plants
Donald A Falk and Kent E Holsinger
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1991
653*1991
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
5611999
Foundations of restoration ecology
DA Falk, MA Palmer, JB Zedler
Island Press, 2006
391*2006
Restoring diversity: strategies for reintroduction of endangered plants.
DA Falk, CI Millar, M Olwell
Restoring diversity: strategies for reintroduction of endangered plants., 1996
3261996
The changing role of history in restoration ecology
E Higgs, DA Falk, A Guerrini, M Hall, J Harris, RJ Hobbs, ST Jackson, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (9), 499-506, 2014
2552014
Cross-scale analysis of fire regimes
DA Falk, C Miller, D McKenzie, AE Black
Ecosystems 10 (5), 809-823, 2007
2102007
Multi‐scale controls of historical forest‐fire regimes: new insights from fire‐scar networks
DA Falk, EK Heyerdahl, PM Brown, C Farris, PZ Fulé, D McKenzie, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (8), 446-454, 2011
1832011
Ecological theory and restoration ecology
MA Palmer, JB Zedler, DA Falk
Foundations of restoration ecology, 3-26, 2016
1482016
Developing the conceptual basis for restoration ecology
EB Allen, WW Covington, DA Falk
Restoration Ecology 5 (4), 275-276, 1997
1201997
Integrated strategies for conserving plant genetic diversity
DA Falk
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 38-47, 1990
1091990
The landscape ecology of fire
D McKenzie, C Miller, DA Falk
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
1042011
Using ecological theory to manage or restore ecosystems affected by invasive plant species
CM D’Antonio, JC Chambers
Foundations of restoration ecology, 260-279, 2006
1022006
Spatial and temporal corroboration of a fire‐scar‐based fire history in a frequently burned ponderosa pine forest
CA Farris, CH Baisan, DA Falk, SR Yool, TW Swetnam
Ecological Applications 20 (6), 1598-1614, 2010
942010
Fire severity, size, and climate associations diverge from historical precedent along an ecological gradient in the Pinaleño Mountains, Arizona, USA
CD O’Connor, DA Falk, AM Lynch, TW Swetnam
Forest Ecology and Management 329, 264-278, 2014
932014
From conservation biology to conservation practice: strategies for protecting plant diversity
DA Falk
Conservation biology, 397-431, 1992
891992
Unsupported inferences of high‐severity fire in historical dry forests of the western U nited S tates: response to W illiams and B aker
PZ Fulé, TW Swetnam, PM Brown, DA Falk, DL Peterson, CD Allen, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (7), 825-830, 2014
872014
Statistical issues and study design in ecological restorations: lessons learned from marine reserves
CW Osenberg, BM Bolker, JSS White, CM St Mary, JS Shima
Foundations of restoration ecology 280, 2006
822006
Topographic heterogeneity theory and ecological restoration
D Larkin, G Vivian-Smith, JB Zedler
Foundations of restoration ecology 7, 142-164, 2006
712006
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