Sarah Bisbing
Sarah Bisbing
Associate Professor of Forest Ecosystem Science
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A foundation of ecology rediscovered: 100 years of succession on the William S. Cooper plots in Glacier Bay, Alaska
B Buma, S Bisbing, J Krapek, G Wright
Ecology 98 (6), 1513-1523, 2017
Identifying genetic signatures of selection in a non-model species, alpine gentian (Gentiana nivalis L.), using a landscape genetic approach
H Bothwell, S Bisbing, NO Therkildsen, L Crawford, N Alvarez, ...
Conservation Genetics 14, 467-481, 2013
Carbon storage in old-growth and second growth fire-dependent western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) forests of the Inland Northwest, USA
SM Bisbing, PB Alaback, TH DeLuca
Forest ecology and management 259 (5), 1041-1049, 2010
100 yr of primary succession highlights stochasticity and competition driving community establishment and stability
B Buma, SM Bisbing, G Wiles, AL Bidlack
Ecology 100 (12), e02885, 2019
Climate-mediated changes to linked terrestrial and marine ecosystems across the Northeast Pacific coastal temperate rainforest margin
AL Bidlack, SM Bisbing, BJ Buma, HL Diefenderfer, JB Fellman, WC Floyd, ...
BioScience 71 (6), 581-595, 2021
Can long-lived species keep pace with climate change? Evidence of local persistence potential in a widespread conifer
SM Bisbing, AK Urza, BJ Buma, DJ Cooper, M Matocq, AL Angert
Diversity and Distributions, 2020
Karyological, morphological and ecological differentiation of Sesleria caerulea and S. tatrae in the Western Carpathians and adjacent regions
M Budzakova, I Hodalova, P Mereďa Jr, L Somlyay, SM Bisbing, J Šibík
Preslia 86 (3), 245-277, 2014
Determinants of conifer distributions across peatland to forest gradients in the coastal temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska
SM Bisbing, DJ Cooper, DV D'Amore, KN Marshall
Ecohydrology 9 (2), 354-367, 2016
Demographic processes underpinning post-fire resilience in California closed-cone pine forests: the importance of fire interval, stand structure, and climate
MC Agne, JB Fontaine, NJ Enright, SM Bisbing, BJ Harvey
Plant Ecology 223 (7), 751-767, 2022
Nitrogen dynamics vary across hydrologic gradients and by forest community composition in the perhumid coastal temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska
SM Bisbing, DV D’Amore
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48 (2), 180-191, 2018
Let it snow? Spring snowpack and microsite characterize the regeneration niche of high‐elevation pines
LE Hankin, SM Bisbing
Journal of Biogeography 48 (8), 2068-2084, 2021
Testing an invasion mechanism for Eucalyptus globulus: Is there evidence of allelopathy?
KM Nelson, S Bisbing, DL Grossenbacher, M Ritter, JM Yost
American Journal of Botany 108 (4), 607-615, 2021
Seasonal water availability drives trait variation in isolated Basin and Range Pinus ponderosa
TR Putz, AK Urza, LE Hankin, SM Bisbing
Forest Ecology and Management 488, 119022, 2021
From canopy to seed: Loss of snow drives directional changes in forest composition
SM Bisbing, BJ Buma, LE Oakes, J Krapek, AL Bidlack
Ecology and Evolution 9 (14), 8157-8174, 2019
Effect of the Gabčíkovo Waterworks (Slovakia) on riparian floodplain forest ecosystems in the Danube inland delta: vegetation dynamics and trends
M Petrášová-Šibíková, I Matečný, E Uherčíková, P Pišút, S Kubalová, ...
Biologia 72 (7), 722-734, 2017
Persistent yet vulnerable: resurvey of an Abies ecotone reveals few differences but vulnerability to climate change
KN Nelson, E O’Dean, EE Knapp, AJ Parker, SM Bisbing
Ecology 102 (12), e03525, 2021
Emergent freeze and fire disturbance dynamics in temperate rainforests
B Buma, E Batllori, S Bisbing, A Holz, SC Saunders, AL Bidlack, ...
Austral ecology 44 (5), 812-826, 2019
Alternative interpretation and scale-based context for “No evidence of recent (1995–2013) decrease of yellow-cedar in Alaska”(Barrett and Pattison 2017)
A Bidlack, S Bisbing, B Buma, D D’Amore, P Hennon, T Heutte, J Krapek, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47 (8), 1145-1151, 2017
Single-tree salvage logging as a response to Alaska yellow-cedar climate-induced mortality maintains ecological integrity with limited economic returns
SM Bisbing, BJ Buma, B Vander Naald, AL Bidlack
Forest Ecology and Management 503, 119815, 2022
Reforestation of high elevation pines: Direct seeding success depends on seed source and sowing environment
LE Hankin, EA Leger, SM Bisbing
Ecological Applications 33 (6), e2897, 2023
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