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Alexander, H. D., M. C. Mack. 2017. Gap regeneration within mature deciduous forests of Interior Alaska: implications for future forest successional dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management 396(2017): 35-43. Download
Kropp, H., M. Loranty, H. D. Alexander, L. Berner, S. Natali, S. Spawn. 2017. Hydrologic suppression of transpiration and stomatal conductance in a Siberian Arctic boreal forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122: 487-497. Download
Abbott, B.W., J. B. Jones, E. A. G. Schuur, F. S. Chapin III, W. B. Bowden, M. S. Bret-Harte, H. E. Epstein, M. D. Flannigan, T. K. Harms, T. N. Hollingsworth, M. C. Mack, A. D. McGuire, S. M. Natali, A. V. Rocha, S. E. Tank, M. R. Turetsky, J. E. Vonk, K. P. Wickland, G. R. Aiken, H. D. Alexander, etal. 2016. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters 11(3): 1-13. Download
Alexander, H. D. and Mack, M. C. 2016. A canopy shift in interior Alaskan boreal forests: consequences for above and belowground carbon and nitrogen pools during post fire succession. Ecosystems 19(1):98-114. Download
Alexander, H. D., Moczygemba, J., and Dick, K. 2016. Growth and survival of thornscrub forest seedlings in response to restoration strategies aimed at alleviating abiotic and biotic stressors. Journal of Arid Environments 124: 180-188. Download
Dick, K., H. D. Alexander, J. D. Moczygemba. 2016. Use of shelter tubes, grass-specific herbicide, and herbivore exclosures to reduce stressors and improve restoration of semi-arid thornscrub forests. Restoration Ecology 24(6):785-793. Download
Loranty, M., W. Liberman-Cribbin, L. T. Berner, H. D. Alexander, S. J. Goetz, A. L. Kholodov, S. N. Natali. 2016. Spatial variation in vegetation productivity trends, fire distrubance, and soil carbon acros arctic-boreal permafrost ecosystems. Environmental Research Letters 11(9):1-14. Download
Arthur, M. A., Blankenship, B.A., Schorgendorfer, A., Carmean, G., Loftis, D. L., and Alexander, H. D., 2015. Stand structure and tree health following repeated prescribed fire in an Appalachian hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 340: 46-61. Download
Berner, L. T., H.D. Alexander, M.M. Loranty, P. Ganzlin, M.C. Mack, S.J. Goetz. 2015. Biomass allometry for alder, dwarf birch, and willow in boreal forest and tundra ecosystems of northeastern Siberia and northern Alaska. Forest Ecology and Management 337:110-118. Download
Broderick, D.E., K.E. Frey, J. Rogan, H.D. Alexander. 2015. Estimating belowground carbon stocks in a permafrost watershed in Northeast Siberia by linking field measurements to Landsat – 5 TM and Worldview – 2 data. GIS and Remote Sensing 52(2):1-25.
Lei, J., B.K. Wylie, D.R. Nossov, B. Peterson, H.D. Alexander, M.C. Mack, J. Rover, M.P. Waldrop, J.W. McFarland, X. Chen, N.J. Pastick. 2015. Spatially explicit estimation of aboveground boreal forest biomass in the Yukon River Basin, Alaska. International Journal of Remote Sensing 36(4):939-953. Download
Alexander, H. D., M. A. Arthur. 2014. Increasing red maple leaf litter alters decomposition rates and nitrogen cycling in historically oak – dominated forests of the eastern U.S. Ecosystems 17:1371-1383. Download
McLauchlan, K.K., P.E. Higuera, D.G. Gavin, S.P. Perakis, M.M. Mack, H.D. Alexander, J. Battles, F. Biondi, B. Buma, D. Colombaroli, S. Enders, D.R. Engstrom, F.S. Hu, J. Marlon, J. Marshall, M. McGlone, J. Morris, L. Nave, B. Shuman, E. Smithwick, D. Urrego, D. Wardle, C. Williams, J.J. Williams. 2014. Reconstructing disturbances and their biogeochemical consequences over multiple timescales. Bioscience 64(2):105-116.
Alexander, H. D., M.C. Mack, S. Goetz, P.S.A. Beck, F. Belshe. 2012. Implications of increased deciduous cover on stand structure and aboveground carbon pools of Alaskan boreal forests. Ecosphere 3(5):45.
Alexander, H. D., M.C. Mack, S. Goetz, P.S.A. Beck, M. Loranty, K. Earl, S. Zimov, S. Davydov, C.C. Thompson. 2012. Carbon accumulation patterns during post– fire succession in Cajander larch (Larix cajanderi) forests of Siberia. Ecosystems 15(7): 1065-1082. Download
Arthur, M. A., H.D. Alexander, D. Dey, C.J. Schweitzer, D.L. Loftis. 2012. Refining the oak – fire hypothesis for management of oak – dominated forests of the eastern United States. Journal of Forestry 110(5): 257-266.
Berner, L. T., P.S.A. Beck, M.M. Loranty, H.D. Alexander, M.C. Mack, S.J. Goetz. 2012. Cajander larch (Larix cajanderi) biomass distribution, fire regime and post – fire recovery in northeastern Siberia. Biogeosciences 9: 3943-3959.
Beck, P. S. A.,S. Goetz, M.C. Mack, H.D. Alexander, J. Yufang, J.T. Randerson, M. Loranty. 2011. The impacts and implications of an intensifying fire regime on boreal forest composition and albedo. Global Change Biology 17: 285-2866.
Alexander, H. D., M. A. Arthur. 2010. Implications of a predicted shift from upland oaks to red maple on forest hydrology and nutrient availability. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(4): 716-726.
Alexander, H. D., M. A. Arthur. 2009. Foliar morphology and chemistry of upland oaks, red maple, and sassafras seedlings in response to single and repeated prescribed fires. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 740-754.
Alexander, H. D., M. A. Arthur, D. L. Loftis, S. R. Green. 2008. Survival and growth of upland oak and co – occurring competitor seedlings following single and repeated prescribed fires. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 1021-1030.
Forbes, M., H. D. Alexander, K. H. Dunton. 2008. The effects of pulsed riverine versus non – pulsed wastewater inputs of freshwater on plant community structure in a semi – arid salt marsh. Wetlands 28(4): 984-994.
Alexander, H. D., K. H. Dunton. 2006. Wastewater effluent as an alternative freshwater source in a hypersaline salt marsh: Impacts on salinity, inorganic nitrogen, and emergent vegetation. Journal of Coastal Research 22(2): 377-392.
Alexander, H. D., K. H. Dunton. 2002. Freshwater inundation effects on emergent vegetation of a hypersaline salt marsh. Estuaries 25(6B): 1426-1435.