Peter M. Brown
Peter M. Brown
Director of Rocky Mountain Tree-Ring Research, Fort Collins CO
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Historical and modern disturbance regimes, stand structures, and landscape dynamics in pinon-juniper vegetation of the western United States
WH Romme, CD Allen, JD Bailey, WL Baker, BT Bestelmeyer, PM Brown, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (3), 203-222, 2009
3502009
Long-term, landscape patterns of past fire events in a montane ponderosa pine forest of central Colorado
PM Brown, MR Kaufmann, WD Shepperd
Landscape ecology 14 (6), 513-532, 1999
3431999
Contingent Pacific–Atlantic Ocean influence on multicentury wildfire synchrony over western North America
T Kitzberger, PM Brown, EK Heyerdahl, TW Swetnam, TT Veblen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (2), 543, 2007
3202007
Climate and disturbance forcing of episodic tree recruitment in a southwestern ponderosa pine landscape
PM Brown, R Wu
Ecology 86 (11), 3030-3038, 2005
3152005
The role of climate in a pine forest regeneration pulse in the southwestern United States
PM Brown, J Feddema
Ecoscience 3, 310-318, 1996
2611996
Multi‐scale controls of historical forest‐fire regimes: new insights from fire‐scar networks
DA Falk, EK Heyerdahl, PM Brown, C Farris, PZ Fulé, D McKenzie, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (8), 446-454, 2011
1952011
Drought frequency in central California since 101 BC recorded in giant sequoia tree rings
MK Hughes, PM Brown
Climate Dynamics 6 (3), 161-167, 1992
1761992
Heterogeneity in ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests: age and size structure in unlogged and logged landscapes of central Colorado
MR Kaufmann, CM Regan, PM Brown
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (5), 698-711, 2000
1622000
A cross-dated fire history from coast redwood near Redwood National Park, California
PM Brown, TW Swetnam
Can. J. For. Res 24 (1), 21-31, 1994
1591994
Fire history in interior ponderosa pine communities of the Black Hills, South Dakota, USA
PM Brown, CH Sieg
International Journal of Wildland Fire 6 (3), 97-105, 1996
1491996
Historical variability in fire at the ponderosa pine-Northern Great Plains prairie ecotone, southeastern Black Hills, South Dakota
PM Brown, CH Sieg
Ecoscience 6 (4), 539-547, 1999
1331999
Climate effects on fire regimes and tree recruitment in Black Hills ponderosa pine forests
PM Brown
Ecology 87 (10), 2500-2510, 2006
1322006
Tamm review: management of mixed-severity fire regime forests in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California
PF Hessburg, TA Spies, DA Perry, CN Skinner, AH Taylor, PM Brown, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 366, 221-250, 2016
1312016
Climate change impacts on fire regimes and key ecosystem services in Rocky Mountain forests
ME Rocca, PM Brown, LH MacDonald, CM Carrico
Forest Ecology and Management 327, 290-305, 2014
1282014
Fire history along environmental gradients in the Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico: influences of local patterns and regional processes
PM Brown, MW Kaye, LS Huckaby, CH Baisan
Ecoscience 8 (1), 115-126, 2001
1122001
Was Aldo Leopold right about the Kaibab deer herd?
D Binkley, MM Moore, WH Romme, PM Brown
Ecosystems 9 (2), 227-241, 2006
1042006
Fire and forest history at Mount Rushmore
PM Brown, CL Wienk, AJ Symstad
Ecological Applications 18 (8), 1984-1999, 2008
982008
Oldest known conifers in the southwestern United States: temporal and spatial patterns of maximum age
TW Swetnam, PM Brown
Old Growth Forests in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions. USDA Forest …, 1992
951992
Unsupported inferences of high‐severity fire in historical dry forests of the western U nited S tates: response to W illiams and B aker
PZ Fulé, TW Swetnam, PM Brown, DA Falk, DL Peterson, CD Allen, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (7), 825-830, 2014
912014
Longevity of windthrown logs in a subalpine forest of central Colorado
PM Brown, WD Shepperd, SA Mata, DL McClain
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (6), 932-936, 1998
911998
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