Jeffrey Kane
Jeffrey Kane
Associate Professor, Forestry and Wildland Resources, Humboldt State University
Verified email at humboldt.edu - Homepage
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Consequences of widespread tree mortality triggered by drought and temperature stress
WRL Anderegg, JM Kane, LDL Anderegg
Nature Climate Change 3 (1), 30, 2013
7512013
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (9), 1285, 2017
3392017
A synthesis of radial growth patterns preceding tree mortality
M Cailleret, S Jansen, EMR Robert, L Desoto, T Aakala, JA Antos, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (4), 1675-1690, 2017
2152017
Importance of resin ducts in reducing ponderosa pine mortality from bark beetle attack
JM Kane, TE Kolb
Oecologia 164 (3), 601-609, 2010
1422010
The burning characteristics of southeastern oaks: Discriminating fire facilitators from fire impeders
JM Kane, JM Varner, JK Hiers
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (12), 2039-2045, 2008
1342008
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global Change Biology 26, 119-188, 2020
1052020
Resin duct characteristics associated with tree resistance to bark beetles across lodgepole and limber pines
S Ferrenberg, JM Kane, JB Mitton
Oecologia 174 (4), 1283-1292, 2014
982014
Role of burning season on initial understory vegetation response to prescribed fire in a mixed conifer forest
EE Knapp, DW Schwilk, JM Kane, JE Keeley
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (1), 11-22, 2006
872006
Novel fuelbed characteristics associated with mechanical mastication treatments in northern California and south-western Oregon, USA
JM Kane, JM Varner, EE Knapp
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (6), 686-697, 2009
842009
Seed banks in a degraded desert shrubland: influence of soil surface condition and harvester ant activity on seed abundance
LA DeFalco, TC Esque, JM Kane, MB Nicklas
Journal of Arid Environments 73 (10), 885-893, 2009
752009
The flammability of forest and woodland litter: a synthesis
JM Varner, JM Kane, JK Kreye, E Engber
Current Forestry Reports 1 (2), 91-99, 2015
742015
Drought-induced mortality of a foundation species (Juniperus monosperma) promotes positive afterlife effects in understory vegetation
JM Kane, KA Meinhardt, T Chang, BL Cardall, R Michalet, TG Whitham
Plant Ecology 212 (5), 733-741, 2011
742011
Understory vegetation response to mechanical mastication and other fuels treatments in a ponderosa pine forest
JM Kane, JM Varner, EE Knapp, RF Powers
Applied Vegetation Science 13 (2), 207-220, 2010
602010
Supplementing seed banks to rehabilitate disturbed Mojave Desert shrublands: Where do all the seeds go?
LA DeFalco, TC Esque, MB Nicklas, JM Kane
Restoration Ecology 20 (1), 85-94, 2012
362012
Sensitivity of ring growth and carbon allocation to climatic variation vary within ponderosa pine trees
LP Kerhoulas, JM Kane
Tree Physiology 32 (1), 14-23, 2012
352012
Mesophytic litter dampens flammability in fire‐excluded pyrophytic oak–hickory woodlands
JK Kreye, JM Varner, GW Hamby, JM Kane
Ecosphere 9 (1), e02078, 2018
332018
Short-and long-term growth characteristics associated with tree mortality in southwestern mixed-conifer forests
JM Kane, TE Kolb
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (10), 1227-1235, 2014
312014
Stand-scale tree mortality factors differ by site and species following drought in southwestern mixed conifer forests
JM Kane, TE Kolb, JD McMillin
Forest Ecology and Management 330, 171-182, 2014
302014
Characterizing interactions between fire and other disturbances and their impacts on tree mortality in western US Forests
JM Kane, JM Varner, MR Metz, PJ van Mantgem
Forest Ecology and Management 405, 188-199, 2017
282017
Suites of fire-adapted traits of oaks in the southeastern USA: multiple strategies for persistence
JM Varner, JM Kane, JK Hiers, JK Kreye, JW Veldman
Fire Ecology 12 (2), 48-64, 2016
242016
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