Phillip van Mantgem
Phillip van Mantgem
USGS Redwood Field Station
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Widespread increase of tree mortality rates in the western United States
PJ Van Mantgem, NL Stephenson, JC Byrne, LD Daniels, JF Franklin, ...
Science 323 (5913), 521-524, 2009
Linking biodiversity to ecosystem function: implications for conservation ecology
MW Schwartz, CA Brigham, JD Hoeksema, KG Lyons, MH Mills, ...
Oecologia 122, 297-305, 2000
Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size
NL Stephenson, AJ Das, R Condit, SE Russo, PJ Baker, NG Beckman, ...
Nature 507 (7490), 90-93, 2014
Apparent climatically induced increase of tree mortality rates in a temperate forest
PJ Van Mantgem, NL Stephenson
Ecology letters 10 (10), 909-916, 2007
Integrating the evidence for a terrestrial carbon sink caused by increasing atmospheric CO2
AP Walker, MG De Kauwe, A Bastos, S Belmecheri, K Georgiou, ...
New phytologist 229 (5), 2413-2445, 2021
Climatic stress increases forest fire severity across the western U nited S tates
PJ van Mantgem, JCB Nesmith, MB Keifer, EE Knapp, A Flint, L Flint
Ecology letters 16 (9), 1151-1156, 2013
Forest turnover rates follow global and regional patterns of productivity
NL Stephenson, PJ van Mantgem
Ecology letters 8 (5), 524-531, 2005
Fire and tree death: understanding and improving modeling of fire-induced tree mortality
SM Hood, JM Varner, P Van Mantgem, CA Cansler
Environmental Research Letters 13 (11), 113004, 2018
The contribution of competition to tree mortality in old-growth coniferous forests
A Das, J Battles, NL Stephenson, PJ van Mantgem
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (7), 1203-1213, 2011
Spatial elements of mortality risk in old‐growth forests
A Das, J Battles, PJ van Mantgem, NL Stephenson
Ecology 89 (6), 1744-1756, 2008
Monitoring fire effects for managed burns and wildfires: coming to terms with pseudoreplication.
P Mantgem, M Schwartz, MB Keifer
Causes and implications of the correlation between forest productivity and tree mortality rates
NL Stephenson, PJ Van Mantgem, AG Bunn, H Bruner, ME Harmon, ...
Ecological Monographs 81 (4), 527-555, 2011
The relationship between tree growth patterns and likelihood of mortality: a study of two tree species in the Sierra Nevada
AJ Das, JJ Battles, NL Stephenson, PJ Van Mantgem
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (3), 580-597, 2007
Bark heat resistance of small trees in Californian mixed conifer forests: testing some model assumptions
P Van Mantgem, M Schwartz
Forest Ecology and Management 178 (3), 341-352, 2003
Mechanisms of forest resilience
DA Falk, PJ van Mantgem, JE Keeley, RM Gregg, CH Guiterman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 512, 120129, 2022
Growth rate predicts mortality of Abies concolor in both burned and unburned stands
PJ Mantgem, NL Stephenson, LS Mutch, VG Johnson, AM Esperanza, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (6), 1029-1038, 2003
Long-term effects of prescribed fire on mixed conifer forest structure in the Sierra Nevada, California
PJ van Mantgem, NL Stephenson, E Knapp, J Battles, JE Keeley
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (6), 989-994, 2011
Climatic correlates of tree mortality in water-and energy-limited forests
AJ Das, NL Stephenson, A Flint, T Das, PJ van Mantgem
PLoS One 8 (7), e69917, 2013
Effects of an introduced pathogen and fire exclusion on the demography of sugar pine
PJ van Mantgem, NL Stephenson, MB Keifer, J Keeley
Ecological Applications 14 (5), 1590-1602, 2004
Thinning, tree-growth, and resistance to multi-year drought in a mixed-conifer forest of northern California
MJ Vernon, RL Sherriff, P van Mantgem, JM Kane
Forest Ecology and Management 422, 190-198, 2018
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