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Browsing U.S. Forest Service Research Legacy by Author "Franklin, Jerry F."

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Browsing U.S. Forest Service Research Legacy by Author "Franklin, Jerry F."

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  • Dellasala, Dominick A.; Williams, Jack E.; Deacon Williams, Cindy; Franklin, Jerry F. (2004-08)
    Fire performs many beneficial ecosystem functions in dry forests and rangelands across much of North America. In the last century, however, the role of fire has been dramatically altered by numerous anthropogenic facto ...
  • Oakley, Brian; North, Malcolm; Franklin, Jerry F.; Hedlund, Brian P.; Staley, James T. (American Society for Microbiology, 2004-11)
    Frankia strains symbiotic with Ceanothus present an interesting opportunity to study the patterns and causes of Frankia diversity and distribution within a particular host infectivity group. We intensively sampled Frank ...
  • Oakley, Brian B.; North, Malcolm P.; Franklin, Jerry F. (Springer Netherlands, 2003-07)
    Nitrogen is a limiting resource in many temperate forests and nitrogen-fixing plants are usually limited to the early stages of post-disturbance succession. In fire-dependent Sierra Nevada forests, however, Ceanothus co ...
  • Oakley, Brian B.; Norht, Malcolm P.; Franklin, Jerry F. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003)
    Nitrogen is a limiting resource in many temperate forests and nitrogen-fixing plants are usually limited to the early stages of post-disturbance succession. In fire-dependent Sierra Nevada forests, however, Ceanothus co ...
  • Oakley, Brian B.; North, Malcolm P.; Franklin, Jerry F. (Elsevier B.V., 2006-09-01)
    In Sierra Nevada forests, shrubs are considered strong soil moisture competitors with regenerating trees, reducing seedling establishment, and slowing growth. Recent studies, however, suggest that in some circumstances ...
  • Oakley, Brian B.; North, Malcolm P.; Franklin, Jerry F. (Elsevier B.V., 2006)
    In Sierra Nevada forests, shrubs are considered strong soil moisture competitors with regenerating trees, reducing seedling establishment, and slowing growth. Recent studies, however, suggest that in some circumstances ...
  • Noss, Reed F.; Franklin, Jerry F.; Baker, William L.; Schoennagel, Tania; Moyle, Peter B. (TheEcological Society of America, 2006)
    The management of fire-prone forests is one of the most controversial natural resource issues in the US today, particularly in the west of the country. Although vegetation and wildlife in these forests are adapted to fi ...

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