Carolyn Sieg
Carolyn Sieg
Research Ecologist, USDA Rocky Mountain Research Station
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A multi‐trait test of the leaf‐height‐seed plant strategy scheme with 133 species from a pine forest flora
DC Laughlin, JJ Leppert, MM Moore, CH Sieg
Functional Ecology 24 (3), 493-501, 2010
Fire history in interior ponderosa pine communities of the Black Hills, South Dakota, USA
PM Brown, CH Sieg
International Journal of Wildland Fire 6 (3), 97-105, 1996
Historical variability in fire at the ponderosa pine-Northern Great Plains prairie ecotone, southeastern Black Hills, South Dakota
PM Brown, CH Sieg
Ecoscience 6 (4), 539-547, 1999
Species rarity: definition, causes and classification
CH Flather, CH Sieg
Conservation of rare or little-known species: Biological, social, and …, 2007
Evaluating the role of cutting treatments, fire and soil seed banks in an experimental framework in ponderosa pine forests of the Black Hills, South Dakota
CL Wienk, CH Sieg, GR McPherson
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (2-3), 375-393, 2004
Post-wildfire seeding in forests of the western United States: an evidence-based review
D Peppin, PZ Fulé, CH Sieg, JL Beyers, ME Hunter
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 573-586, 2010
Unsupported inferences of high‐severity fire in historical dry forests of the western U nited S tates: response to W illiams and B aker
PZ Fulé, TW Swetnam, PM Brown, DA Falk, DL Peterson, CD Allen, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (7), 825-830, 2014
Best predictors for post-fire mortality of ponderosa pine trees in the Intermountain West
CH Sieg, JD McMillin, JF Fowler, KK Allen, JF Negron, LL Wadleigh, ...
Forest Science 52, 718-728, 2006
Effects of fire severity and pre-fire stand treatment on plant community recovery after a large wildfire
AM Kuenzi, PZ Fulé, CH Sieg
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (3-4), 855-865, 2008
Evaluating crown fire rate of spread predictions from physics-based models
CM Hoffman, J Canfield, RR Linn, W Mell, CH Sieg, F Pimont, J Ziegler
Fire Technology 52, 221-237, 2016
Postfire mortality of ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir: a review of methods to predict tree death
JF Fowler, CH Sieg
General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-132 132, 2004
Spatial patterns of ponderosa pine regeneration in high-severity burn patches
SM Owen, CH Sieg, AJS Meador, PZ Fulé, JM Iniguez, LS Baggett, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 405, 134-149, 2017
Pre-wildfire management treatments interact with fire severity to have lasting effects on post-wildfire vegetation response
KL Shive, CH Sieg, PZ Fulé
Forest Ecology and Management 297, 75-83, 2013
Above-and belowground responses to tree thinning depend on the treatment of tree debris
SM Owen, CH Sieg, CA Gehring, MA Bowker
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (1), 71-80, 2009
Small mammals: pests or vital components of the ecosystem
CH Sieg
Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop Proceedings 97, 88-92, 1987
Invasion resistance and persistence: established plants win, even with disturbance and high propagule pressure
CM McGlone, CH Sieg, TE Kolb
Biological invasions 13, 291-304, 2011
Modeling wind fields and fire propagation following bark beetle outbreaks in spatially-heterogeneous pinyon-juniper woodland fuel complexes
RR Linn, CH Sieg, CM Hoffman, JL Winterkamp, JD McMillin
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 173, 139-153, 2013
The role of disturbance severity and canopy closure on standing crop of understory plant species in ponderosa pine stands in northern Arizona, USA
KE Sabo, CH Sieg, SC Hart, JD Bailey
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (8), 1656-1662, 2009
Influence of environmental factors and preliminary demographic analyses of a threatened orchid, Platanthera praeclara
CH Sieg, RM King
American Midland Naturalist, 307-323, 1995
Numerical investigation of aggregated fuel spatial pattern impacts on fire behavior
RA Parsons, RR Linn, F Pimont, C Hoffman, J Sauer, J Winterkamp, ...
Land 6 (2), 43, 2017
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