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Apparent competition in canopy trees determined by pathogen transmission rather than susceptibility. | Show full citation 2010. , , Ecology 91(2):327–333.
Common Factors Drive Disease and Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics in Forests Impacted by Sudden Oak Death. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Ecosystems
Decomposition and N cycling changes in redwood forests caused by sudden oak death. | 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.
Ecosystem transformation by emerging infectious disease: loss of large tanoak from California forests. | Show full citation 2012. , , , , Journal of Ecology.
Landscape Epidemiology and Control of Pathogens with Cryptic and Long-Distance Dispersal: Sudden Oak Death in Northern Californian Forests. | Show full citation 2012. , , , , , , , PLoS Comput Biol 8(1): e1002328
Litter Chemistry, Community Shift, and Non-Additive Effects Drive Litter Decomposition Changes Following Invasion by a Generalist Pathogen | Show full citation 2016 , Ecosystems
Management of Invading Pathogens Should be Informed by Epidemiology Rather than Administrative Boundaries | Show full citation 2016 , , , Ecological Modelling. 324: pgs. 28–32
Modelling When, Where and How to Manage a Forest Epidemic, Motivated by Sudden Oak Death in California | Show full citation In press , , , , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Mortality and Community Changes Drive Sudden Oak Death Impacts on Litterfall and Soil Nitrogen Cycling | Show full citation 2013. , , New Phytologist
Range-wide threats to a foundation tree species from disturbance interactions. | Show full citation 2013. , , , , , Madrono (In press)
Spatial estimation of the density and carbon content of host populations for Phytophthora ramorum in California and Oregon. | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , Forest Ecology and Management 262(6): 989-998.
Tangible Geospatial Modeling for Collaborative Solutions to Invasive Species Management. | Show full citation 2017 , , , , , , , Environmental Modelling & Software. 92: 176–188.
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.
Wildfire and Forest Disease Interaction Lead to Greater Loss of Soil Nutrients and Carbon | Show full citation 2016 , , Oecologia. pp 1-12