Heather Alexander
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Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Rüger, ...
Nature 562 (7725), 57-62, 2018
Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment
BW Abbott, JB Jones, EAG Schuur, FS Chapin III, WB Bowden, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034014, 2016
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
I Djukic, S Kepfer-Rojas, IK Schmidt, KS Larsen, C Beier, B Berg, ...
Science of the total environment 628, 1369-1394, 2018
Refining the oak‐fire hypothesis for management of oak-dominated forests of the eastern United States
MA Arthur, HD Alexander, DC Dey, CJ Schweitzer, DL Loftis
Journal of Forestry 110 (5), 257-266, 2012
The impacts and implications of an intensifying fire regime on Alaskan boreal forest composition and albedo
PSA Beck, SJ Goetz, MC Mack, HD Alexander, Y Jin, JT Randerson, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (9), 2853-2866, 2011
Carbon loss from boreal forest wildfires offset by increased dominance of deciduous trees
MC Mack, XJ Walker, JF Johnstone, HD Alexander, AM Melvin, M Jean, ...
Science 372 (6539), 280-283, 2021
Increasing fire and the decline of fire adapted black spruce in the boreal forest
JL Baltzer, NJ Day, XJ Walker, D Greene, MC Mack, HD Alexander, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (45), e2024872118, 2021
Survival and growth of upland oak and co-occurring competitor seedlings following single and repeated prescribed fires
HD Alexander, MA Arthur, DL Loftis, SR Green
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (5), 1021-1030, 2008
Implications of a predicted shift from upland oaks to red maple on forest hydrology and nutrient availability
HD Alexander, MA Arthur
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40 (4), 716-726, 2010
Changes in stand structure and tree vigor with repeated prescribed fire in an Appalachian hardwood forest
MA Arthur, BA Blankenship, A Schörgendorfer, DL Loftis, HD Alexander
Forest Ecology and Management 340, 46-61, 2015
Mesophication of oak landscapes: Evidence, knowledge gaps, and future research
HD Alexander, C Siegert, JS Brewer, J Kreye, MA Lashley, JK McDaniel, ...
BioScience 71 (5), 531-542, 2021
Freshwater inundation effects on emergent vegetation of a hypersaline salt marsh
HD Elexander, KH Dunton
Estuaries 25, 1426-1435, 2002
Tundra Trait Team: A database of plant traits spanning the tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers‐Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, HJD Thomas, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (12), 1402-1411, 2018
Biomass allometry for alder, dwarf birch, and willow in boreal forest and tundra ecosystems of far northeastern Siberia and north-central Alaska
LT Berner, HD Alexander, MM Loranty, P Ganzlin, MC Mack, SP Davydov, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 337, 110-118, 2015
Carbon Accumulation Patterns During Post-Fire Succession in Cajander Larch (Larix cajanderi) Forests of Siberia
HD Alexander, MC Mack, S Goetz, MM Loranty, PSA Beck, K Earl, ...
Ecosystems 15, 1065-1082, 2012
Open forest ecosystems: An excluded state
BB Hanberry, DC Bragg, HD Alexander
Forest Ecology and Management 472, 118256, 2020
Implications of increased deciduous cover on stand structure and aboveground carbon pools of Alaskan boreal forests
HD Alexander, MC Mack, S Goetz, PSA Beck, EF Belshe
Ecosphere 3 (5), 1-21, 2012
Fire severity effects on soil carbon and nutrients and microbial processes in a Siberian larch forest
SM Ludwig, HD Alexander, K Kielland, PJ Mann, SM Natali, RW Ruess
Global change biology 24 (12), 5841-5852, 2018
Increasing red maple leaf litter alters decomposition rates and nitrogen cycling in historically oak-dominated forests of the eastern US
HD Alexander, MA Arthur
Ecosystems 17, 1371-1383, 2014
Global plant trait relationships extend to the climatic extremes of the tundra biome
HJD Thomas, AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, J Kattge, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1351, 2020
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