Robert E. Keane
Robert E. Keane
Research Ecologist Emeritus, US Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Missoula Fire
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Mapping wildland fuels for fire management across multiple scales: Integrating remote sensing, GIS, and biophysical modeling
RE Keane, R Burgan, J van Wagtendonk
International Journal of Wildland Fire 10 (4), 301-319, 2001
Objectives and considerations for wildland fuel treatment in forested ecosystems of the interior western United States
ED Reinhardt, RE Keane, DE Calkin, JD Cohen
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (12), 1997-2006, 2008
The use of historical range and variability (HRV) in landscape management
RE Keane, PF Hessburg, PB Landres, FJ Swanson
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1025-1037, 2009
Cascading effects of fire exclusion in Rocky Mountain ecosystems: a literature review
RE Keane
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2002
A classification of landscape fire succession models: spatial simulations of fire and vegetation dynamics
RE Keane, GJ Cary, ID Davies, MD Flannigan, RH Gardner, S Lavorel, ...
Ecological modelling 179 (1), 3-27, 2004
Temperate and boreal forest mega‐fires: Characteristics and challenges
SL Stephens, N Burrows, A Buyantuyev, RW Gray, RE Keane, R Kubian, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (2), 115-122, 2014
FIREMON: Fire effects monitoring and inventory system
DC Lutes, RE Keane, JF Caratti, CH Key, NC Benson, S Sutherland, ...
Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-164. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agricultureá…, 2006
Ecological effects of large fires on US landscapes: benefit or catastrophe? A
RE Keane, JK Agee, P Fule, JE Keeley, C Key, SG Kitchen, R Miller, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (6), 696-712, 2008
Are old forests underestimated as global carbon sinks?
EV Carey, A Sala, R Keane, RM Callaway
Global Change Biology 7 (4), 339-344, 2001
First order fire effects model: FOFEM 4.0, user's guide
ED Reinhardt
Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, USá…, 1997
Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles
PF Hessburg, DJ Churchill, AJ Larson, RD Haugo, C Miller, TA Spies, ...
Landscape Ecology 30, 1805-1835, 2015
Measurement and remote sensing of LAI in Rocky Mountain montane ecosystems
JD White, SW Running, R Nemani, RE Keane, KC Ryan
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (11), 1714-1727, 1997
Comparison of the sensitivity of landscape-fire-succession models to variation in terrain, fuel pattern, climate and weather
GJ Cary, RE Keane, RH Gardner, S Lavorel, MD Flannigan, ID Davies, ...
Landscape ecology 21, 121-137, 2006
Estimating historical range and variation of landscape patch dynamics: limitations of the simulation approach
RE Keane, RA Parsons, PF Hessburg
Ecological Modelling 151 (1), 29-49, 2002
Tree mortality in gap models: application to climate change
RE Keane, M Austin, C Field, A Huth, MJ Lexer, D Peters, A Solomon, ...
Climatic Change 51, 509-540, 2001
Challenges of assessing fire and burn severity using field measures, remote sensing and modelling
P Morgan, RE Keane, GK Dillon, TB Jain, AT Hudak, EC Karau, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (8), 1045-1060, 2014
FIRE-BGC, a mechanistic ecological process model for simulating fire succession on coniferous forest landscapes of the northern Rocky Mountains
RE Keane
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, 1996
Wildland fuel fundamentals and applications
RE Keane
Springer International Publishing, 2015
Whitebark pine communities: ecology and restoration
DF Tomback, SF Arno, RE Keane
Island Press, 2001
Mapping fuels and fire regimes using remote sensing, ecosystem simulation, and gradient modeling
MG Rollins, RE Keane, RA Parsons
Ecological Applications 14 (1), 75-95, 2004
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