Aquila Flower
Aquila Flower
Associate Professor, Western Washington University
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Drought-triggered western spruce budworm outbreaks in the interior Pacific Northwest: a multi-century dendrochronological record
A Flower, DG Gavin, EK Heyerdahl, RA Parsons, GM Cohn
Forest Ecology and Management 324, 16-27, 2014
Why georeferencing matters: Introducing a practical protocol to prepare species occurrence records for spatial analysis
TDS Bloom, A Flower, EG DeChaine
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 765-777, 2018
Pest outbreak distribution and forest management impacts in a changing climate in British Columbia
TQ Murdock, SW Taylor, A Flower, A Mehlenbacher, A Montenegro, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 26, 75-89, 2013
Using an ensemble of downscaled climate model projections to assess impacts of climate change on the potential distribution of spruce and Douglas-fir forests in British Columbia
A Flower, TQ Murdock, SW Taylor, FW Zwiers
Environmental Science & Policy 26, 63-74, 2013
A dendroclimatic reconstruction of June–July mean temperature in the northern Canadian Rocky Mountains
A Flower, DJ Smith
Dendrochronologia 29 (1), 55-63, 2011
Western spruce budworm outbreaks did not increase fire risk over the last three centuries: a dendrochronological analysis of inter-disturbance synergism
A Flower, D G. Gavin, EK Heyerdahl, RA Parsons, GM Cohn
PloS One 9 (12), e114282, 2014
Quantifying the early snowmelt event of 2015 in the Cascade Mountains, USA by developing and validating MODIS-based snowmelt timing maps
D O’Leary, D Hall, M Medler, A Flower
Frontiers of Earth Science 12, 693-710, 2018
Three centuries of synchronous forest defoliator outbreaks in western North America
A Flower
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164737, 2016
Simulated western spruce budworm defoliation reduces torching and crowning potential: a sensitivity analysis using a physics-based fire model
GM Cohn, RA Parsons, EK Heyerdahl, DG Gavin, A Flower
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (5), 709-720, 2014
Snowmelt timing maps derived from MODIS for North America, 2001-2015
D O'LEARY III, DK Hall, M Medler, R Matthews, A Flower
The compounding consequences of wildfire and climate change for a high‐elevation wildflower (Saxifraga austromontana)
TDS Bloom, A Flower, M Medler, EG DeChaine
Journal of Biogeography 45 (12), 2755-2765, 2018
Final Technical Report Forest Science Program Project# Y093061 Development and analysis of forest health databases, models, and economic impacts for BC: Spruce bark beetle …
TQ Murdock, A Flower
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 2009
A multicentury dendrochronological reconstruction of western spruce budworm outbreaks in the Okanogan Highlands, northeastern Washington
TM Ellis, A Flower
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47 (9), 1266-1277, 2017
Snowmelt Timing Maps Derived from MODIS for North America, Version 2, 2001-2018
D O'LEARY III, DK Hall, M Medler, R Matthews, A Flower
Interactions of Insects, Fire and Climate on Fuel Loads and Fire Behavior in Mixed Conifer Forest
D Gavin, A Flower, G Cohn, E Heyerdahl, R Parsons
Final Report for JFSP Project 09-1-06-5, 2013
Muscling into meadows: a preliminary dendrochronological analysis of recent conifer encroachment in Mount Rainier's subalpine meadows
A Flower, B Bookout, B Hagedorn, L Hankin, J Lovseth, L Smith, ...
Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 79, 115-133, 2017
Where is the Salish Sea?
A Flower
Salish Sea Atlas, 2020
Snowmelt timing maps derived from MODIS for North America, 2001-2015. ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
D O’Leary III, DK Hall, M Medler, R Matthews, A Flower
Conifer Establishment and Encroachment on Subalpine Meadows around Mt. Baker, WA, USA
B Hagedorn, A Flower
Forests 12 (10), 1390, 2021
Salish Sea Bioregion Reference Map
A Flower
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