Brian Buma
Brian Buma
Environmental Defense Fund, University of Colorado, University of Alaska
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Disturbance interactions: characterization, prediction, and the potential for cascading effects
B Buma
Ecosphere 6 (4), 1-15, 2015
Rethinking resilience to wildfire
DB McWethy, T Schoennagel, PE Higuera, M Krawchuk, BJ Harvey, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 797-804, 2019
Patterns and drivers of recent disturbances across the temperate forest biome
A Sommerfeld, C Senf, B Buma, AW D’Amato, T Després, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 4355, 2018
Disturbance interactions can impact resilience mechanisms of forests
B Buma, CA Wessman
Ecosphere 2 (5), 1-13, 2011
The impacts of changing disturbance regimes on serotinous plant populations and communities
B Buma, CD Brown, DC Donato, JB Fontaine, JF Johnstone
BioScience 63 (11), 866-876, 2013
Forest resilience, climate change, and opportunities for adaptation: a specific case of a general problem
B Buma, CA Wessman
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 216-225, 2013
Tamm review: Does salvage logging mitigate subsequent forest disturbances?
AB Leverkus, B Buma, J Wagenbrenner, PJ Burton, E Lingua, R Marzano, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 481, 118721, 2021
Differential species responses to compounded perturbations and implications for landscape heterogeneity and resilience
B Buma, CA Wessman
Forest Ecology and Management 266, 25-33, 2012
How landscape ecology informs global land-change science and policy
AL Mayer, B Buma, A Davis, SA Gagné, EL Loudermilk, RM Scheller, ...
BioScience 66 (6), 458-469, 2016
Catchment response to bark beetle outbreak and dust-on-snow in the Colorado Rocky Mountains
B Livneh, JS Deems, B Buma, JJ Barsugli, D Schneider, NP Molotch, ...
Journal of Hydrology 523, 196-210, 2015
Reconstructing disturbances and their biogeochemical consequences over multiple timescales
KK McLauchlan, PE Higuera, DG Gavin, SS Perakis, MC Mack, ...
BioScience 64 (2), 105-116, 2014
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
Evaluating the utility and seasonality of NDVI values for assessing post-disturbance recovery in a subalpine forest
B Buma
Environmental monitoring and assessment 184, 3849-3860, 2012
Reduced fire severity offers near-term buffer to climate-driven declines in conifer resilience across the western United States
KT Davis, MD Robles, KB Kemp, PE Higuera, T Chapman, KL Metlen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (11), e2208120120, 2023
Integrating subjective and objective dimensions of resilience in fire-prone landscapes
PE Higuera, AL Metcalf, C Miller, B Buma, DB McWethy, EC Metcalf, ...
BioScience 69 (5), 379-388, 2019
Large, climate-sensitive soil carbon stocks mapped with pedology-informed machine learning in the North Pacific coastal temperate rainforest
G McNicol, C Bulmer, D D’Amore, P Sanborn, S Saunders, I Giesbrecht, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (1), 014004, 2019
Wildland fire reburning trends across the US West suggest only short-term negative feedback and differing climatic effects
B Buma, S Weiss, K Hayes, M Lucash
Environmental Research Letters 15 (3), 034026, 2020
Disturbances, their interactions, and cumulative effects on carbon and charcoal stocks in a forested ecosystem
B Buma, RE Poore, CA Wessman
Ecosystems 17, 947-959, 2014
Populus tremuloides seedling establishment: An underexplored vector for forest type conversion after multiple disturbances
NS Gill, F Sangermano, B Buma, D Kulakowski
Forest Ecology and Management 404, 156-164, 2017
Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene
JK Shuman, JK Balch, RT Barnes, PE Higuera, CI Roos, DW Schwilk, ...
PNAS nexus 1 (3), pgac115, 2022
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