Quinn E Barber
Quinn E Barber
Fire science analyst, Canadian Forest Services
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Velocity of climate change algorithms for guiding conservation and management
A Hamann, DR Roberts, QE Barber, C Carroll, SE Nielsen
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 997-1004, 2015
Climate‐change refugia in boreal North America: what, where, and for how long?
D Stralberg, D Arseneault, JL Baltzer, QE Barber, EM Bayne, Y Boulanger, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (5), 261-270, 2020
Assessing the vulnerability of rare plants using climate change velocity, habitat connectivity, and dispersal ability: a case study in Alberta, Canada
QE Barber, SE Nielsen, A Hamann
Regional Environmental Change 16 (5), 1433-1441, 2016
Potential impacts of climate change on the habitat of boreal woodland caribou
QE Barber, MA Parisien, E Whitman, D Stralberg, CJ Johnson, ...
Ecosphere 9 (10), e02472, 2018
Accelerated seed dispersal along linear disturbances in the Canadian oil sands region
D Roberts, S Ciuti, QE Barber, C Willier, SE Nielsen
Scientific reports 8 (1), 4828, 2018
Airborne laser scanning for modelling understory shrub abundance and productivity
QE Barber, CW Bater, ACR Braid, NC Coops, P Tompalski, SE Nielsen
Forest Ecology and Management 377, 46-54, 2016
Fire deficit increases wildfire risk for many communities in the Canadian boreal forest
MA Parisien, QE Barber, KG Hirsch, CA Stockdale, S Erni, X Wang, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-9, 2020
A Bayesian approach to infer nitrogen loading rates from crop and land-use types surrounding private wells in the Central Valley, California
KM Ransom, AM Bell, QE Barber, G Kourakos, T Harter
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (5), 2739-2758, 2018
Peatland hydrological dynamics as a driver of landscape connectivity and fire activity in the boreal plain of Canada
DK Thompson, BN Simpson, E Whitman, QE Barber, MA Parisien
Forests 10 (7), 534, 2019
Examining management scenarios to mitigate wildfire hazard to caribou conservation projects using burn probability modeling
C Stockdale, QE Barber, A Saxena, MA Parisien
Journal of environmental management 233, 238-248, 2019
Effect of Topography on Persistent Fire Refugia of the Canadian Rocky Mountains
MP Rogeau, QE Barber, MA Parisien
Forests 9 (6), 285, 2018
Prioritizing restoration of fragmented landscapes for wildlife conservation: A graph-theoretic approach
D Yemshanov, RG Haight, FH Koch, MA Parisien, T Swystun, QE Barber, ...
Biological Conservation 232, 173-186, 2019
Recent crown thinning in a boreal black spruce forest does not reduce spread rate nor total fuel consumption: Results from an experimental crown fire in Alberta, Canada
DK Thompson, D Schroeder, SL Wilkinson, Q Barber, G Baxter, ...
Fire 3 (3), 28, 2020
Assessing the trade-offs between timber supply and wildlife protection goals in boreal landscapes
D Yemshanov, RG Haight, N Liu, MA Parisien, Q Barber, FH Koch, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 50 (3), 243-258, 2020
Wildfire Risk to Caribou Conservation Projects in Northeastern Alberta
C Stockdale, Q Barber, MA Parisien
Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Northern Forestry Center …, 2018
Detecting critical nodes in forest landscape networks to reduce wildfire spread
D Yemshanov, N Liu, DK Thompson, MA Parisien, QE Barber, FH Koch, ...
PloS one 16 (10), e0258060, 2021
Persistent impact of conventional seismic lines on boreal vegetation structure following wildfire
QE Barber, CW Bater, A Dabros, J Pinzon, SE Nielsen, MA Parisien
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2021
Author Correction: Fire deficit increases wildfire risk for many communities in the Canadian boreal forest
MA Parisien, QE Barber, KG Hirsch, CA Stockdale, S Erni, X Wang, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-3, 2020
Genetic Conservation Planning for Forest Tree Species in Western North America Under Future Climate Change: Employing a Novel Approach to Identify Conservation Gaps
LK Gray, EJ Russell, QE Barber, A Hamann
Proceedings of Workshop on Gene Conservation of Tree Species–Banking on the …, 2016
Acknowledgement to Reviewers of Forests in 2015
Forests Editorial Office
Forests 7 (1), 26, 2016
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