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The key host for an invasive forest pathogen also facilitates the pathogen’s survival of wildfire in California forests. | Show full citation 2012 , , , New Phytologist
An emergent disease causes directional changes in forest species composition in coastal California. | Show full citation 2012 , , , , Ecosphere 3(10):86.
Interacting disturbances: Wildfire severity affected by stage of forest disease invasion. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Ecological Applications 21(2): 313-320.
Object-Based Assessment of Burn Severity in Diseased Forests Using High-Spatial and High-Spectral Resolution MASTER Airborne Imagery | Show full citation 2015 , , , , ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 102: 38–47.
Range-wide threats to a foundation tree species from disturbance interactions. | Show full citation 2013. , , , , , Madrono (In press)
The effects of sudden oak death and wildfire on forest composition and dynamics in the Big Sur ecoregion of coastal California. | Show full citation 2012. , , , Proceedings of coast redwood forests in a changing California: A symposium for scientists and managers. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-238.
The novel interaction between Phytophthora ramorum and wildfire elicits elevated ambrosia beetle landing rates on tanoak, Notholithocarpus densiflorus. | Show full citation 2014. , , , Forest Ecology and Management 318: 21-33.
Tree Diseases as a Cause and Consequence of Interacting Forest Disturbances. | Show full citation 2017 , Forests. 8(5): 147. Published as part of a "Forest Pathology and Plant Health" special issue of Forests.