Stevens, J.T., G. Boisramé, E. Rakhmatulina, S. Thompson, B. M. Collins, S. L. Stephens. In Press. Forest vegetation change and its impacts on soil water following 47 years of managed wildfire. Ecosystems. PDF Data and Code

Stevens, J. T., M. Kling, D. W. Schwilk, J. M. Varner, J. Kane. 2020. Biogeography of fire regimes in western US conifer forests: a trait-based approach. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 29: 944-955. Data

Brown, S. R., A. Baysinger, P. M. Brown, J. L. Cheek, J. M. Diez, C. M. Gentry, …       J. T. Stevens, J. R. Stone, B. Van Winkle, and N. E. Zeibig-Kichas. 2020. Fire history across forest types in the southern Beartooth Mountains, Wyoming. Tree-Ring Research 76: 27-39.

Stevens, J. T., J. E. D. Miller, and P. J. Fornwalt. 2019. Fire severity and changing composition of forest understory plant communities. Journal of Vegetation Science 30: 1099-1109. Data and Code

North, M. P., J. T. Stevens, D. F. Greene, M. Coppoletta, E. E. Knapp, A. M. Latimer, C. M. Restaino, R. E. Tompkins, K. R. Welch, R. A. York, D. J. N. Young, J. N. Axelson, T. N. Buckley, B. L. Estes, R. N. Hager, J. W. Long, M. D. Meyer, S. M. Ostoja, H. D. Safford, K. L. Shive, C. L. Tubbesing, H. Vice, D. Walsh, C. M. Werner, and P. Wyrsch. 2019. Tamm Review: Reforestation for resilience in dry western U.S. forests. Forest Ecology and Management 432:209-224.

Stephens, S. L., J. T. Stevens, B. M. Collins, R. A. York, and J. M. Lydersen. 2018. Historical and Modern Landscape Forest Structure in Fir (Abies) Dominated Mixed Conifer Forests in the Northern Sierra Nevada. Fire Ecology 14 (2): 7.

Fry, D. L., J. T. Stevens, A. T. Potter, B. M. Collins, and S. L. Stephens. 2018. Surface fuel accumulation and decomposition in old-growth conifer forests, northwestern Mexico. Fire Ecology 14 (2): 6.

Hagmann, R. K., J. T. Stevens, J. M. Lydersen, B. M. Collins, J. J. Battles, P. F. Hessburg, C. R. Levine, A. G. Merschel, S. L. Stephens, A. H. Taylor, J. F. Franklin, D. L. Johnson, and K. N. Johnson. 2018. Improving the use of early timber inventories in reconstructing historical dry forests and fire in the western United States: Comment. Ecosphere 9: e02232. PDF

Earles, J. M., J. T. Stevens, O. Sperling, J. Orozco, M. P. North, and M. A. Zwieniecki. 2018. Extreme mid‐winter drought weakens tree hydraulic–carbohydrate systems and slows growth. New Phytologist: 219: 89-97. PDF Data and Code

Stevens, J. T., B. M. Collins, J. D. Miller, M. P. North, and S. L. Stephens. 2017. Changing spatial patterns of stand-replacing fire in California conifer forests. Forest Ecology and Management 406: 28-36. PDF Data and Code

Safford, H. D. and J. T. Stevens. 2017. Natural Range of Variation (NRV) for yellow pine and mixed conifer forests in the Sierra Nevada, southern Cascades, and Modoc and Inyo National Forests, California, USA. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-256. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 229 p. PDF

Stevens, J. T. 2017. Scale-dependent effects of post-fire canopy cover on snowpack depth in montane coniferous forests. Ecological Applications 27:1888-1900. PDF Data and Code

Collins, B. M., J. T. Stevens, J. D. Miller, S. L. Stephens, P. M. Brown, and M. P. North. 2017. Alternative characterization of forest fire regimes: incorporating spatial patterns. Landscape Ecology 32: 1543-1552. PDF

Young, D. J. N.*, J. T. Stevens*, J. M. Earles*, J. Moore, A. Ellis, A. L. Jirka, and A. M. Latimer. 2017. Long-term climate and competition explain forest mortality patterns under extreme drought. Ecology Letters 20: 78-86. * equal contribution. PDF

Stevens, J. T., B. M. Collins, J. W. Long, M. P. North, S. J. Prichard, L. W. Tarnay, and A. M. White. 2016. Evaluating potential trade-offs among fuel treatment strategies in mixed-conifer forests of the Sierra Nevada. Ecosphere 7: e01445. PDF

Stevens, J. T., H. D. Safford, M. P. North, J. S. Fried, A. N. Gray, P. M. Brown, C. R. Dolanc, S. Z. Dobrowski, D. A. Falk, C. Farris, J. F. Franklin, P. Z. Fulé, K. R. Hagmann, E. E. Knapp, J. D. Miller, G. F. Smith, T. W. Swetnam, and A. H. Taylor. 2016. Average stand age from forest inventory plots does not describe historical fire regimes in ponderosa pine and mixed-conifer forests of western North America. PLoS One 11: e0147688. PDF

Stevens, J. T., H. D. Safford, S. P. Harrison and A. M. Latimer. 2015. Forest disturbance accelerates thermophilization of understory plant communities. Journal of Ecology 103: 1253-1263. PDF

Winford, E.M., J. T. Stevens, and H. D. Safford. 2015. Effects of fuel treatments on California mixed-conifer forests. California Agriculture 69: 75-81. PDF

Zefferman, E., J. T. Stevens, G. K. Charles, M. Dunbar-Irwin, T. Emam, S. Fick, L. Morales, K. M. Wolf, D. J. N. Young, and T. P. Young. 2015. Plant communities in harsh sites are less invaded: a summary of observations and proposed explanations. AoB Plants 7: plv056. PDF

Stevens, J. T. and A. M. Latimer. 2015. Snowpack, fire, and forest disturbance: interactions affect montane invasions by non-native plants. Global Change Biology 21: 2379–2393. PDF Data and Code

Stevens, J. T., H. D. Safford, and A. M. Latimer. 2014. Wildfire-contingent effects of fuel treatments can promote ecological resilience in seasonally dry conifer forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44: 843-854. PDF Editor’s Choice

Safford, H. D., J. T. Stevens, K. Merriam, M. D. Meyer, and A. M. Latimer. 2012. Fuel treatment effectiveness in California yellow pine and mixed conifer forests. Forest Ecology and Management 274: 17-28. PDF

Stevens, J.T. and B. Beckage. 2010. Demographic responses of Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) to pine savanna fires. Natural Areas Journal 30: 500-510. PDF

Stevens, J.T. and B. Beckage. 2009. Fire feedbacks facilitate invasion of pine savannas by Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius). New Phytologist 184: 365-375. PDF

Stevens, J.T. 2008. The role of fire disturbance in the invasion of south Florida pine savannas by Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius). The University of Vermont. MS Thesis PDF

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