Justin L. Hart
Justin L. Hart
Forest Dynamics Lab, University of Alabama
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Climate remains an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the eastern United States
N Pederson, AW D’Amato, JM Dyer, DR Foster, D Goldblum, JL Hart, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (6), 2105-2110, 2015
832015
Gap-scale disturbance processes in secondary hardwood stands on the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee, USA
JL Hart, HD Grissino-Mayer
Forest ecology, 131-146, 2008
792008
Drought timing and local climate determine the sensitivity of eastern temperate forests to drought
L D'Orangeville, J Maxwell, D Kneeshaw, N Pederson, L Duchesne, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (6), 2339-2351, 2018
772018
Composition, structure, and dendroecology of an old-growth Quercus forest on the tablelands of the Cumberland Plateau, USA
JL Hart, SL Clark, SJ Torreano, ML Buchanan
Forest Ecology and Management 266, 11-24, 2012
652012
Vegetation patterns and dendroecology of a mixed hardwood forest on the Cumberland Plateau: implications for stand development
JL Hart, HD Grissino-Mayer
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (5-6), 1960-1975, 2008
652008
Canopy gap dynamics and development patterns in secondary Quercus stands on the Cumberland Plateau, Alabama, USA
JD Richards, JL Hart
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (12), 2229-2239, 2011
622011
Canopy disturbance history of old-growth Quercus alba sites in the eastern United States: examination of long-term trends and broad-scale patterns
ML Buchanan, JL Hart
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 28-39, 2012
462012
History of fire in eastern oak forests and implications for restoration
JL Hart, ML Buchanan
In: Dey, Daniel C.; Stambaugh, Michael C.; Clark, Stacy L.; Schweitzer …, 2012
442012
Fire history from soil charcoal in a mixed hardwood forest on the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee, USA1
JL Hart, SP Horn, HD Grissino-Mayer
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135 (3), 401-410, 2008
442008
Forest dynamics in a natural area of the southern Ridge and Valley, Tennessee
JL Hart, SL van de Gevel, HD Grissino-Mayer
Natural Areas Journal 28 (3), 275-289, 2008
442008
Canopy accession strategies and climate-growth relationships in Acer rubrum
JL Hart, ML Buchanan, SL Clark, SJ Torreano
Forest Ecology and Management 282, 124-132, 2012
352012
Restoration is preparation for the future
BB Hanberry, RF Noss, HD Safford, SK Allison, DC Dey
Journal of Forestry 113 (4), 425-429, 2015
322015
Effects of intermediate-scale wind disturbance on composition, structure, and succession in Quercus stands: Implications for natural disturbance-based silviculture
MM Cowden, JL Hart, CJ Schweitzer, DC Dey
Forest Ecology and Management 330, 240-251, 2014
312014
Relationships between Ligustrum sinense invasion, biodiversity, and development in a mixed bottomland forest
JL Hart, BN Holmes
Invasive Plant Science and Management 6 (1), 175-186, 2013
312013
The historical dendroarchaeology of the Hoskins house, Tannenbaum historic park, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
JP Henderson, HD Grissino-Mayer, SL Van De Gevel, JL Hart
Tree-Ring Research 65 (1), 37-45, 2009
312009
Influence of climate and disturbance on the growth of Tsuga canadensis at its southern limit in eastern North America
JL Hart, SL van de Gevel, J Sakulich, HD Grissino-Mayer
Trees 24 (4), 621-633, 2010
302010
The Fall Line: a physiographic‐forest vegetation boundary
D Shankman, JL Hart
Geographical Review 97 (4), 502-519, 2007
262007
Barriers to natural regeneration in temperate forests across the USA
DC Dey, BO Knapp, MA Battaglia, RL Deal, JL Hart, KL O’Hara, ...
New Forests 50 (1), 11-40, 2019
252019
Patterns of riparian and in-stream large woody debris across a chronosequence of southern Appalachian hardwood stands
RP Parker, JL Hart
Natural Areas Journal 34 (1), 65-78, 2014
252014
Fire in eastern North American oak ecosystems: filling the gaps
JM Varner, MA Arthur, SL Clark, DC Dey, JL Hart, CJ Schweitzer
Fire Ecology 12 (2), 1-6, 2016
242016
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