Matthew D. Hurteau
Matthew D. Hurteau
Associate Professor, Dept of Biology, University of New Mexico
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Carbon protection and fire risk reduction: toward a full accounting of forest carbon offsets
MD Hurteau, GW Koch, BA Hungate
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (9), 493-498, 2008
Fuel treatment effects on tree‐based forest carbon storage and emissions under modeled wildfire scenarios
M Hurteau, M North
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (8), 409-414, 2009
Prescribed fire as a means of reducing forest carbon emissions in the western United States
C Wiedinmyer, MD Hurteau
Environmental science & technology 44 (6), 1926-1932, 2010
Fire suppression and fuels treatment effects on mixed‐conifer carbon stocks and emissions
M North, M Hurteau, J Innes
Ecological applications 19 (6), 1385-1396, 2009
Short-and long-term effects of fire on carbon in US dry temperate forest systems
MD Hurteau, ML Brooks
BioScience 61 (2), 139-146, 2011
Climate change, fire management, and ecological services in the southwestern US
MD Hurteau, JB Bradford, PZ Fulé, AH Taylor, KL Martin
Forest Ecology and Management 327, 280-289, 2014
High-severity wildfire effects on carbon stocks and emissions in fuels treated and untreated forest
MP North, MD Hurteau
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (6), 1115-1120, 2011
Influence of fire and El Nino on tree recruitment varies by species in Sierran mixed conifer
M North, M Hurteau, R Fiegener, M Barbour
Forest Science 51 (3), 187-197, 2005
Natural climate solutions for the United States
JE Fargione, S Bassett, T Boucher, SD Bridgham, RT Conant, ...
Science Advances 4 (11), eaat1869, 2018
Carbon recovery rates following different wildfire risk mitigation treatments
MD Hurteau, M North
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 930-937, 2010
The carbon costs of mitigating high‐severity wildfire in southwestern ponderosa pine
MD Hurteau, MT Stoddard, PZ Fule
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1516-1521, 2011
Projected effects of climate and development on California wildfire emissions through 2100
MD Hurteau, AL Westerling, C Wiedinmyer, BP Bryant
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2298-2304, 2014
A global meta‐analysis of forest bioenergy greenhouse gas emission accounting studies
T Buchholz, MD Hurteau, J Gunn, D Saah
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (2), 281-289, 2016
Managing climate change adaptation in forests: a case study from the US Southwest
LP Kerhoulas, TE Kolb, MD Hurteau, GW Koch
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (6), 1311-1320, 2013
Wildfire and drought dynamics destabilize carbon stores of fire‐suppressed forests
JM Earles, MP North, MD Hurteau
Ecological Applications 24 (4), 732-740, 2014
Response of Sierra Nevada forests to projected climate–wildfire interactions
S Liang, MD Hurteau, ALR Westerling
Global change biology 23 (5), 2016-2030, 2017
Accounting for risk in valuing forest carbon offsets
MD Hurteau, BA Hungate, GW Koch
Carbon Balance and Management 4 (1), 1-5, 2009
Bounded ranges of variation as a framework for future conservation and fire management
MA Moritz, MD Hurteau, KN Suding, CM D'Antonio
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1286 (1), 92-107, 2013
Mixed‐conifer understory response to climate change, nitrogen, and fire
M Hurteau, M North
Global Change Biology 14 (7), 1543-1552, 2008
Restoring forest structure and process stabilizes forest carbon in wildfire‐prone southwestern ponderosa pine forests
MD Hurteau, S Liang, KL Martin, MP North, GW Koch, BA Hungate
Ecological Applications 26 (2), 382-391, 2016
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