Brian Palik
Brian Palik
USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station
Verified email at fs.fed.us
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Retention forestry to maintain multifunctional forests: a world perspective
L Gustafsson, SC Baker, J Bauhus, WJ Beese, A Brodie, J Kouki, ...
BioScience 62 (7), 633-645, 2012
6682012
A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues
DB Lindenmayer, JF Franklin, A Lõhmus, SC Baker, J Bauhus, W Beese, ...
Conservation Letters 5 (6), 421-431, 2012
3352012
Contemporary forest restoration: a review emphasizing function
JA Stanturf, BJ Palik, RK Dumroese
Forest Ecology and Management 331, 292-323, 2014
3302014
Natural disturbance and stand development principles for ecological forestry
JF Franklin, RJ Mitchell, BJ Palik
Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-19. Newtown Square, PA: US Department of Agriculture …, 2007
2972007
Can retention forestry help conserve biodiversity? A meta‐analysis
K Fedrowitz, J Koricheva, SC Baker, DB Lindenmayer, B Palik, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1669-1679, 2014
2762014
Forest management for mitigation and adaptation to climate change: Insights from long-term silviculture experiments
AW D’Amato, JB Bradford, S Fraver, BJ Palik
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (5), 803-816, 2011
2532011
Effects of thinning on drought vulnerability and climate response in north temperate forest ecosystems
AW D'Amato, JB Bradford, S Fraver, BJ Palik
Ecological Applications 23 (8), 1735-1742, 2013
2342013
Disturbance versus edge effects in sugar-maple/beech forest fragments
BJ Palik, PG Murphy
Forest Ecology and Management 32 (2-4), 187-202, 1990
1791990
Relationships between environmental characteristics and macroinvertebrate communities in seasonal woodland ponds of Minnesota
DP Batzer, BJ Palik, R Buech
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (1), 50-68, 2004
1712004
Effects of canopy structure on resource availability and seedling responses in a longleaf pine ecosystem
BJ Palik, RJ Mitchell, G Houseal, N Pederson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (9), 1458-1464, 1997
1711997
Modeling silviculture after natural disturbance to sustain biodiversity in the longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) ecosystem: balancing complexity and implementation
BJ Palik, RJ Mitchell, JK Hiers
Forest Ecology and Management 155 (1-3), 347-356, 2002
1502002
Using landscape hierarchies to guide restoration of disturbed ecosystems
BJ Palik, PC Goebel, LK Kirkman, L West
Ecological Applications 10 (1), 189-202, 2000
1422000
Depressional wetland vegetation types: a question of plant community development
LK Kirkman, PC Goebel, L West, MB Drew, BJ Palik
Wetlands 20 (2), 373-385, 2000
1232000
Defining riparian areas
BL Ilhardt, ES Verry, BJ Palik
Forestry and the riparian zone, Orono, Maine, 7-14, 2000
1222000
Effects of organic matter removal, soil compaction and vegetation control on 10th year biomass and foliar nutrition: LTSP continent-wide comparisons
F Ponder Jr, RL Fleming, S Berch, MD Busse, JD Elioff, PW Hazlett, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 278, 35-54, 2012
1142012
Spatial distribution of overstory retention influences resources and growth of longleaf pine seedlings
B Palik, RJ Mitchell, S Pecot, M Battaglia, M Pu
Ecological Applications 13 (3), 674-686, 2003
1122003
Density‐dependent vulnerability of forest ecosystems to drought
A Bottero, AW D'Amato, BJ Palik, JB Bradford, S Fraver, MA Battaglia, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1605-1614, 2017
1102017
Overstory mortality and canopy disturbances in longleaf pine ecosystems
BJ Palik, N Pederson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26 (11), 2035-2047, 1996
1041996
Patterns and controls of ecosystem function in longleaf pine-wiregrass savannas. I. Aboveground net primary productivity
RJ Mitchell, LK Kirkman, SD Pecot, CA Wilson, BJ Palik, LR Boring
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (6), 743-751, 1999
1031999
Forest restoration paradigms
JA Stanturf, BJ Palik, MI Williams, RK Dumroese, P Madsen
Journal of sustainable forestry 33 (sup1), S161-S194, 2014
1012014
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