John R. Dingman

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In this paper we explore the current status of dry, frequent fire adapted forests in California relative to modern pressures on forest health and long-term carbon dynamics. We find that current forest structure and disturbance regime dynamics promotes large-loss disturbance events killing much the of green biomass in the forest, including large trees that(More)
Predicting climate-driven species’ range shifts depends substantially on species’ exposure to climate change. Mountain landscapes contain a wide range of topoclimates and soil characteristics that are thought to mediate range shifts and buffer species’ exposure. Quantifying fine-scale patterns of exposure across mountainous terrain is a key step in(More)
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