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Below are publications contributed by authors whose last name begin with the letter G. In order to download a desired document, simply click on the citation of the document below.
- Ganey, J. L., and S. C. Vojta. 2011. Tree mortality in drought-stressed mixed-conifer and ponderosa pine forests, Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 261:162–168.
- Gara, R. I., D. R. Millegan, and K. E. Gibson. 1999. Integrated pest management of Ips pini (Col., Scolytidae) populations in south-eastern Montana. Journal of Applied Entomology 123:529–534.
- Garber, S. M., and D. A. Maguire. 2005. Vertical trends in maximum branch diameter in two mixed-species spacing trials in the central Oregon Cascades. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:295–307.
- García, D., R. Zamora, J. M. Gómez, and J. A. Hódar. 2001. Frugivory at Juniperus communis depends more on population characteristics than on individual attributes. Journal of Ecology 89:639–647.
- Garfin, G. M., J. K. Eischeid, M. T. Lenart, K. L. Cole, K. Ironside, and N. Cobb, 2010. Downscaling climate projections in topographically diverse landscapes of the Colorado Plateau in the arid Southwestern United States. In: van Riper III, C., B. F. Wakeling, and T. D. Sisk, The Colorado Plateau V: shaping conservation through science and management: Tucson, University of Arizona Press, p. 21–44.
- Gascho Landis, A., and J. D. Bailey. 2005. Reconstruction of age structure and spatial arrangement of piñon–juniper woodlands and savannas of Anderson Mesa, northern Arizona. Forest Ecology and Management 204:221–236.
- Gavin, D. G., B. Beckage, and B. Osborne. 2008. Forest dynamics and the growth decline of red spruce and sugar maple on Bolton Mountain, Vermont: a comparison of modeling methods. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:2635–2649.
- Gaylord, M. L., T. E. Kolb, K. F. Wallin, and M. R. Wagner. 2006. Seasonality and lure preference of bark beetles (Curculionnidae: Scolytinae) and associates in a northern Arizona ponderosa pine forest. Environmental Entomology 35(1):37–47.
- Gehring, C. A., N. S. Cobb, and T. G. Whitham. 1997. Three-way interactions among ectomycorrhizal mutualists, scale insects, and resistant and susceptible pinyon pines. The American Naturalist 149(5):824–841.
- Gehring, C. A., T. C. Theimer, T. G. Whitham, and P. Keim. 1998. Ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure of pinyon pines growing in two environmental extremes. Ecology 79(5):1562–1572.
- Gerson, E. A., and R. G. Kelsey. 1998. Variation of piperidine alkaloids in ponderosa (Pinus ponderosa) and lodgepole pine (P. contorta) foliage from central Oregon. Journal of chemical Ecology 24(5):815–827.
- Gerson, E. A., and R. G. Kelsey. 1999. Piperidine alkaloids in nitrogen fertilized Pinus ponderosa. Journal of Chemical Ecology 25(9):2027–2040.
- Gedalof, Z. 2003. Incorporating climate information into management strategies for the mountain pine beetle in central British Columbia, Canada. University of Washington.
- Gedalof, Z., D. L. Peterson, and N. J. Mantua. 2005. Atmospheric, climatic, and ecological controls on extreme wildfire years in the northwestern United States. Ecological Applications 15(1):154–174.
- Gitlin, A. R., C. M. Sthultz, M. A. Bowker, S. Stumpf, K. L. Paxton, K. Kennedy, A. Muñoz, J. K. Bailey, and T. G. Whitham. 2006. Mortality gradients within and among dominant plant populations as barometers of ecosystem change during extreme drought. Conservation Biology 20(5):1477–1486
- Gonzalez, P. 2001. Desertification and a shift of forest species in the West African Sahel. Climate Research 17:217–228.
- Gonzalez, P., C. J. Tucker, and H. Sy. 2012. Tree density and species decline in the African Sahel attributable to climate. Journal of Arid Environments 78:55–64.
- Grady, K. C., and S. C. Hart. 2006. Influences of thinning, prescribed burning, and wildfire on soil processes and properties in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: a retrospective study. Forest Ecology and Management 234:123–135.
- Grant, P. J. 1984. Drought effect on high-altitude forests, Ruahine Range, North Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 22(1):15–27.
- Gray, D. W. 2002. Field response of Ips paraconfusus, Dendroctonus brevicomis, and their predators to 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol, a novel alcohol emitted by ponderosa pine. Journal of Chemical Ecology 28(8):1583–1597.
- Gray, D. W., M. T. Lerdau, and A. H. Goldstein. 2003. Influences of temperature history, water stress, and needle age on methylbutenol emissions. Ecology 84(3):765–776.
- Gray, S. T., J. L. Betancourt, C. L. Fastie, and S. T. Jackson. 2003. Patterns and sources of multidecadal oscillations in drought-sensitive tree-ring records from the central and southern Rocky Mountains. Geophysical Research Letters 30(6):1316–1320.
- Gray, S. T., J. L. Betancourt, S. T. Jackson, and R. G. Eddy. 2006. Role of multltidecadal climate variability in a range extension of pinyon pine. Ecology 87(5):1124–1130.
- Greenwood, D. L., and P. J. Weisberg. 2008. Density-dependent tree mortality in pinyon-juniper woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 255:2129–2137.
- Griffin, K. L., J. T. Ball, and B. R. Strain. 1996. Direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2 on whole-shoot respiration in ponderosa pine seedlings. Tree Physiology 16:33–41.
- Griffin, K. L., M. A. Bashkin, R. B. Thomas, and B. R. Strain. 1997. Interactive effects of soil nitrogen and atmospheric carbon dioxide on root/rhizosphere carbon dioxide efflux from loblolly and ponderosa pine seedlings. Plant and Soil 190:11–18.
- Griffis, K. L., J. A. Crawford, M. R. Wagner, and W. H. Moir. 2001. Understory response to management treatments in northern Arizona ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 146:239–245.
- Grissino-Mayer, H. D., and T. W. Swetnam. 2000. Century-scale climate forcing of fire regimes in the American southwest. The Holocene 10(2):213–220.
- Grulke, N. E., and L. Balduman. 1999. Deciduous conifers: high N deposition and O3 exposure effects on growth and biomass allocation in ponderosa pine. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 116:235–248.
- Grulke, N. E., H. K. Preisler, C. C. Fan, and W. A. Retzlaff. 2002. A statistical approach to estimate O3 uptake of ponderosa pine in a Mediterranean climate. Environmental Pollution 119:163–175.
- Grulke, N. E., H. K. Preisler, C. Rose, J. Kirsch, and L. Balduman. 2002. O3 uptake and drought stress effects on carbon acquisition of ponderosa pine in natural stands. New Phytologist 154:621–631.
- Guardiola-Claramonte, M., P. A. Troch, D. D. Breshears, T. E. Huxman, M. B. Switanek, M. Durcik, and N. S. Cobb. 2011. Decreased streamflow in semi-arid basins following drought-induced tree die-off: a counter-intuitive and indirect climate impact on hydrology. Journal of Hydrology 406:225–233.
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