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Charles Canham

Brown, ML, Charles D. Canham, T Buchholz, JS Gunn, and TM Donovan. (FEB) 2024. “Net Carbon Sequestration Implications Of Intensified Timber Harvest In Northeastern Us Forests”. Ecosphere 15 (2). doi:10.1002/ecs2.4758.
Gratzer, G, MB Pesendorfer, F Sachser, L Wachtveitl, U Nopp-Mayr, J Szwagrzyk, and Charles D. Canham. (FEB) 2022. “Does Fine Scale Spatiotemporal Variation In Seed Rain Translate Into Plant Population Structure?”. Oikos 2022 (2). doi:10.1111/oik.08826.
Canham, Charles D. 2020. Forests Adrift: Currents Shaping The Future Of Northeastern Trees. The Future Series. Yale University Press.
Martin, P. H., and Charles D. Canham. 2020. “Peaks In Frequency, But Not Relative Abundance, Occur In The Center Of Tree Species Distributions On Climate Gradients”. Ecosphere 11 (6). Wiley. doi:10.1002/ecs2.3149.
Coates, K.D., Erin Hall, and Charles D. Canham. 2018. “Susceptibility Of Trees To Windthrow Storm Damage In Partially Harvested Complex-Structured Multi-Species Forests”. Forests 9 (4): 199. doi:10.3390/f9040199.
Ostfeld, Richard S., Taal Levi, Felicia Keesing, Kelly M. Oggenfuss, and Charles D. Canham. 2018. “Tick-Borne Disease Risk In A Forest Food Web”. Ecology 99 (7): 1562 - 1573. doi:10.1002/ecy.2386.
Brown, Michelle L., Charles D. Canham, Lora Murphy, and Therese M. Donovan. 2018. “Timber Harvest As The Predominant Disturbance Regime In Northeastern U.s. Forests: Effects Of Harvest Intensification”. Ecosphere 9 (3): e02062. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2062.
Canham, Charles D., Lora Murphy, R. Riemann, Richard McCullough, and Elizabeth Burrill. 2018. “Local Differentiation In Tree Growth Responses To Climate”. Ecosphere 9 (8): e02368. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2368.
Thompson, Jonathan R., Charles D. Canham, Luca Morreale, David B. Kittredge, and Brett Butler. 2017. “Social And Biophysical Variation In Regional Timber Harvest Regimes”. Ecological Applications 27 (3211013): 942 - 955. doi:10.1002/eap.1497.
Buechling, Arne, P. H. Martin, and Charles D. Canham. 2017. “Climate And Competition Effects On Tree Growth In Rocky Mountain Forests”. Journal Of Ecology 105 (6): 1636 - 1647. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12782.