Thomas Saladyga
Thomas Saladyga
Concord University
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Three centuries of shifting hydroclimatic regimes across the Mongolian Breadbasket
N Pederson, C Leland, B Nachin, AE Hessl, AR Bell, D Martin-Benito, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 178, 10-20, 2013
Reconstructing fire history in central Mongolia from tree-rings
AE Hessl, U Ariya, P Brown, O Byambasuren, T Green, G Jacoby, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (1), 86-92, 2011
Fire history from three species on a central Appalachian ridgetop
AE Hessl, T Saladyga, T Schuler, P Clark, J Wixom
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (10), 2031-2039, 2011
Advancing dendrochronological studies of fire in the United States
GL Harley, CH Baisan, PM Brown, DA Falk, WT Flatley, ...
Fire 1 (1), 11, 2018
Fire and climate in Mongolia (1532–2010 common era)
AE Hessl, P Brown, O Byambasuren, S Cockrell, C Leland, E Cook, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (12), 6519-6527, 2016
The North American tree‐ring fire‐scar network
EQ Margolis, CH Guiterman, RD Chavardès, JD Coop, K Copes‐Gerbitz, ...
Ecosphere 13 (7), e4159, 2022
Temporal variability in climate response of eastern hemlock in the Central Appalachian Region
T Saladyga, RS Maxwell
southeastern geographer 55 (2), 143-163, 2015
Privatization, drought, and fire exclusion in the Tuul River watershed, Mongolia
T Saladyga, A Hessl, B Nachin, N Pederson
Ecosystems 16, 1139-1151, 2013
Historical drivers and contemporary perceptions of wildfire in a post-industrial rural landscape
T Saladyga, A Standlee
Fire 1 (2), 33, 2018
Reconstructing a cultural fire regime in the Pennsylvania Anthracite Region
T Saladyga
Physical Geography 38 (5), 404-422, 2017
Forest disturbance history from 'legacy' pitch pine (Pinus rigida) at the New River Gorge, West Virginia
T Saladyga
Natural Areas Journal 37 (1), 49-57, 2017
Fire history and vegetation data reveal ecological benefits of recent mixed-severity fires in the Cumberland Mountains, West Virginia, USA
T Saladyga, KA Palmquist, CM Bacon
Fire Ecology 18 (1), 19, 2022
Advancing dendrochronological studies of fire in the United States. Fire 1: 11
GL Harley, CH Baisan, PM Brown, HD Grissino-Mayer, DA Falk, ...
Successional dynamics of an Appalachian pin oak (Quercus palustris Münchh.) swamp forest
T Saladyga, J Vanderhorst, J Cline
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 147 (1), 22-37, 2020
The Forest as Contested Landscape in Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer
A McConnell, T Saladyga
GeoHumanities 6 (1), 25-38, 2020
Hydraulic cities, colonial catastrophes, and nomadic empires: human-environment interactions in Asia
AE Hessl, C Leland, T Saladyga, O Byambasuren
Dendroecology: Tree-ring analyses applied to ecological studies, 345-363, 2017
Tree-Ring Based Drought Reconstruction for the Central Khan Khentii Mountains, Mongolia (1675-2000)
TM Saladyga
Land Use Pressure and Climate Impacts on Fire Regimes and Forest …, 2011
Native Understory and Invasive Plant Response to Fire in a Mixed-Hardwood Forest, Chester County, Pennsylvania
T Saladyga
West Chester University, 2006
Dendroecological potential of Appalachian riverscour woodland trees
H DePinho, T Saladyga
Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Science 95 (3), 9-17, 2023
A Multi-Century Fire History from the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia
T Saladyga, RS Maxwell
southeastern geographer 61 (3), 258-278, 2021
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