Kimberley T Davis
Kimberley T Davis
USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula Fire Sciences Lab
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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
Wildfires and climate change push low-elevation forests across a critical climate threshold for tree regeneration
KT Davis, SZ Dobrowski, PE Higuera, ZA Holden, TT Veblen, MT Rother, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (13), 6193-6198, 2019
Microclimatic buffering in forests of the future: The role of local water balance
KT Davis, SZ Dobrowski, ZA Holden, PE Higuera, JT Abatzoglou
Ecography 42, 1-11, 2019
Human‐mediated long‐distance dispersal: an empirical evaluation of seed dispersal by vehicles
K Taylor, T Brummer, ML Taper, A Wing, LJ Rew
Diversity and Distributions 18 (9), 942-951, 2012
Challenges to the reforestation pipeline in the United States
J Fargione, DL Haase, OT Burney, OA Kildisheva, G Edge, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 629198, 2021
Anticipating fire‐mediated impacts of climate change using a demographic framework
KT Davis, PE Higuera, A Sala
Functional Ecology 32, 1729-1745, 2018
Pinus contorta invasions increase wildfire fuel loads and may create a positive feedback with fire
KT Taylor, BD Maxwell, DB McWethy, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez, C Whitlock
Ecology 98 (3), 678-687, 2017
Towards a framework for understanding the context‐dependence of impacts of non‐native tree species
SJ Sapsford, AJ Brandt, KT Davis, G Peralta, IA Dickie, RD Gibson, ...
Functional Ecology, 2020
Native versus non‐native invasions: similarities and differences in the biodiversity impacts of Pinus contorta in introduced and native ranges
KT Taylor, BD Maxwell, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez, LJ Rew
Diversity and Distributions 22 (5), 578-588, 2016
Pine invasion impacts on plant diversity in Patagonia: invader size and invaded habitat matter
J Franzese, J Urrutia, RA García, K Taylor, A Pauchard
Biological Invasions 19, 1015-1027, 2017
Drivers of plant invasion vary globally: evidence from pine invasions within six ecoregions
KT Taylor, BD Maxwell, A Pauchard, MA Nuñez, DA Peltzer, A Terwei, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (1), 96-106, 2016
Reduced fire severity offers near-term buffer to climate-driven declines in conifer resilience across the western United States
KT Davis, MD Robles, KB Kemp, PE Higuera, T Chapman, KL Metlen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (11), e2208120120, 2023
Impacts of growing‐season climate on tree growth and post‐fire regeneration in ponderosa pine and Douglas‐fir forests
LE Hankin, PE Higuera, KT Davis, SZ Dobrowski
Ecosphere 10 (4), e02679, 2019
Bromus tectorum Response to Fire Varies with Climate Conditions
K Taylor, T Brummer, LJ Rew, M Lavin, BD Maxwell
Ecosystems 17, 960-973, 2014
Hitching a ride: Seed accrual rates on different types of vehicles
LJ Rew, TJ Brummer, FW Pollnac, CD Larson, KT Taylor, ML Taper, ...
Journal of environmental management 206, 547-555, 2018
Wildfire impacts on forest microclimate vary with biophysical context
KD Wolf, PE Higuera, KT Davis, SZ Dobrowski
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03467, 2021
Fire-catalyzed vegetation shifts in ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir forests of the western United States
KT Davis, PE Higuera, SZ Dobrowski, SA Parks, JT Abatzoglou, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (10), 1040b8, 2020
Drivers of Bromus tectorum Abundance in the Western North American Sagebrush Steppe
TJ Brummer, KT Taylor, J Rotella, BD Maxwell, LJ Rew, M Lavin
Ecosystems 19, 986-1000, 2016
Should tree invasions be used in treeless ecosystems to mitigate climate change?
MA Nuñez, KT Davis, RD Dimarco, DA Peltzer, J Paritsis, BD Maxwell, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2021
Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene
JK Shuman, JK Balch, RT Barnes, PE Higuera, CI Roos, DW Schwilk, ...
PNAS nexus 1 (3), pgac115, 2022
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