R. Travis Belote
R. Travis Belote
The Wilderness Society
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Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles
PF Hessburg, DJ Churchill, AJ Larson, RD Haugo, C Miller, TA Spies, ...
Landscape Ecology 30, 1805-1835, 2015
Climate, environment, and disturbance history govern resilience of western North American forests
PF Hessburg, CL Miller, SA Parks, NA Povak, AH Taylor, PE Higuera, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 239, 2019
Global change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global change factors imposed
KJ Komatsu, ML Avolio, NP Lemoine, F Isbell, E Grman, GR Houseman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (36), 17867-17873, 2019
Latent resilience in ponderosa pine forest: effects of resumed frequent fire
AJ Larson, RT Belote, CA Cansler, SA Parks, MS Dietz
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1243-1249, 2013
Identifying corridors among large protected areas in the United States
RT Belote, MS Dietz, BH McRae, DM Theobald, ML McClure, GH Irwin, ...
PLoS One 11 (4), e0154223, 2016
Response of an understory plant community to elevated [CO2] depends on differential responses of dominant invasive species and is mediated by soil water …
RT Belote, JF Weltzin, RJ Norby
New Phytologist 161 (3), 827-835, 2004
Biological invaders in a greenhouse world: will elevated CO2 fuel plant invasions?
JF Weltzin, RT Belote, NJ Sanders
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (3), 146-153, 2003
Diversity–invasibility across an experimental disturbance gradient in Appalachian forests
RT Belote, RH Jones, SM Hood, BW Wender
Ecology 89 (1), 183-192, 2008
Where Might We Find Ecologically Intact Communities?
AJ Plumptre, D Baisero, RT Belote, E Vázquez-Domínguez, S Faurby, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 2021
Authorship in ecology: attribution, accountability, and responsibility
JF Weltzin, RT Belote, LT Williams, JK Keller, EC Engel
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (8), 435-441, 2006
Wild, connected, and diverse: building a more resilient system of protected areas
RT Belote, MS Dietz, CN Jenkins, PS McKinley, GH Irwin, TJ Fullman, ...
Ecological Applications 27 (4), 1050-1056, 2017
Wildfire disturbance and productivity as drivers of plant species diversity across spatial scales
LA Burkle, JA Myers, RT Belote
Ecosphere 6 (10), 1-14, 2015
Alternative states of a semiarid grassland ecosystem: implications for ecosystem services
ME Miller, RT Belote, MA Bowker, SL Garman
Ecosphere 2 (5), 1-18, 2011
Distinguishing four types of monitoring based on the questions they address
RL Hutto, RT Belote
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 183-189, 2013
Making monitoring count: Project design for active adaptive management
AJ Larson, RT Belote, MA Williamson, GH Aplet
Journal of Forestry 111 (5), 348-356, 2013
Compositional stability and diversity of vascular plant communities following logging disturbance in Appalachian forests
RT Belote, RH Jones, TF Wieboldt
Ecological Applications 22 (2), 502-516, 2012
Forest productivity and tree diversity relationships depend on ecological context within mid-Atlantic and Appalachian forests (USA)
RT Belote, S Prisley, RH Jones, M Fitzpatrick, K de Beurs
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (7), 1315-1324, 2011
Visions of restoration in fire-adapted forest landscapes: lessons from the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program
LS Urgenson, CM Ryan, CB Halpern, JD Bakker, RT Belote, JF Franklin, ...
Environmental Management 59, 338-353, 2017
Interactions between two co-dominant, invasive plants in the understory of a temperate deciduous forest
RT Belote, JF Weltzin
Biological Invasions 8, 1629-1641, 2006
The world’s largest wilderness protection network after 50 years: An assessment of ecological system representation in the US National Wilderness Preservation System
MS Dietz, RT Belote, GH Aplet, JL Aycrigg
Biological Conservation 184, 431-438, 2015
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