Heather Root
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Conifer regeneration following stand-replacing wildfire varies along an elevation gradient in a ponderosa pine forest, Oregon, USA
HTR EK Dodson
Forest Ecology and Management 302, 163-170, 2013
Epiphytic macrolichen indication of air quality and climate in interior forested mountains of the Pacific Northwest, USA
HT Root, LH Geiser, S Jovan, P Neitlich
Ecological Indicators 53, 95-105, 2015
Regional patterns of biological soil crust lichen species composition related to vegetation, soils, and climate in Oregon, USA
HT Root, B McCune
Journal of Arid Environments 79, 93-100, 2012
A simple tool for estimating throughfall nitrogen deposition in forests of western North America using lichens
HT Root, LH Geiser, ME Fenn, S Jovan, MA Hutten, S Ahuja, K Dillman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 1-8, 2013
Biotic soil crust lichen diversity and conservation in shrub-steppe habitats of Oregon and Washington
HT Root, JED Miller, B McCune
The Bryologist 114 (4), 796-812, 2011
Lichen habitat may be enhanced by thinning treatments in young Tsuga heterophylla-Pseudotsuga menziesii forests
HT Root, B McCune, P Neitlich
The Bryologist 113 (2), 292-307, 2010
Plant diversity enhances moth diversity in an intensive forest management experiment
HT Root, J Verschuyl, T Stokely, P Hammond, MA Scherr, MG Betts
Ecological Applications 27 (1), 134-142, 2017
Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California
BMC M. Hutten, U. Arup, O. Breuss, T. L. Esslinger, A
North Ameican Fungi 8, 1-47, 2013
Managing moist temperate forests for bioenergy and biodiversity
HT Root, MG Betts
Journal of Forestry 114 (1), 66-74, 2016
Altered fire regimes cause long‐term lichen diversity losses
JED Miller, HT Root, HD Safford
Global change biology, 2018
Lichen communities and species indicate climate thresholds in southeast and south-central Alaska, USA
HT Root, B McCune, S Jovan
The Bryologist 117 (3), 241-252, 2014
Recovery of biological soil crust richness and cover 12–16 years after wildfires in Idaho, USA
HT Root, JC Brinda, EK Dodson
Biogeosciences 14 (17), 3957-3969, 2017
Biological soil crusts as an integral component of desert environments
J Belnap, B Weber
Ecological Processes 2 (1), 1-2, 2013
Surveying for biotic soil crust lichens of shrub steppe habitats in the Columbia Basin
BMC Root, H. T.
North American Fungi 7, 1-21, 2012
Effects of two silvicultural regimes with large tree retention on epiphytic macrolichen communities in Adirondack northern hardwoods, New York, USA
T Heather, RHT Root, GGMGGG McGee, RDNRD Nyland
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (10), 1854-1866, 2007
Arboreal mite communities on epiphytic lichens of the Adirondack Mountains of New York
HT Root, GG McGee, RA Norton
Northeastern Naturalist 14 (3), 425-438, 2007
Canopy distribution and survey detectability of a rare old-growth forest lichen
JED Miller, J Villella, G Carey, T Carlberg, HT Root
Forest Ecology and Management 392, 195-201, 2017
Native and exotic plant cover vary inversely along a climate gradient 11 years following stand‐replacing wildfire in a dry coniferous forest, Oregon, USA
EK Dodson, HT Root
Global change biology 21 (2), 666-675, 2015
Does phylogenetic distance aid in detecting environmental gradients related to species composition?
HT Root, PR Nelson
Journal of Vegetation Science 22 (6), 1143-1148, 2011
Forest floor lichen and bryophyte communities in thinned Pseudotsuga menziesii-Tsuga heterophylla forests
HT Root, B McCune
The Bryologist 113 (3), 619-630, 2010
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