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Michael C. Stambaugh
Michael C. Stambaugh
Associate Professor of Forest Ecology, University of Missouri
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Predicting fire frequency with chemistry and climate
RP Guyette, MC Stambaugh, DC Dey, RM Muzika
Ecosystems 15, 322-335, 2012
2072012
Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) fire scars reveal new details of a frequent fire regime
MC Stambaugh, RP Guyette, JM Marschall
Journal of vegetation science 22 (6), 1094-1104, 2011
1782011
Historic fire regime dynamics and forcing factors in the Boston Mountains, Arkansas, USA
RP Guyette, MA Spetich, MC Stambaugh
Forest Ecology and Management 234 (1-3), 293-304, 2006
1362006
A dynamic leaf gas‐exchange strategy is conserved in woody plants under changing ambient CO2: evidence from carbon isotope discrimination in paleo and CO2 enrichment studies
SL Voelker, JR Brooks, FC Meinzer, R Anderson, MKF Bader, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (2), 889-902, 2016
1252016
Predicting spatio-temporal variability in fire return intervals using a topographic roughness index
MC Stambaugh, RP Guyette
Forest Ecology and Management 254 (3), 463-473, 2008
1242008
Fire scars reveal variability and dynamics of eastern fire regimes
RP Guyette, DC Dey, MC Stambaugh, RM Muzika
Fire in eastern oak forests: Delivering science to land managers, 20-39, 2006
1172006
Precipitation from persistent extremes is increasing in most regions and globally
H Du, LV Alexander, MG Donat, T Lippmann, A Srivastava, J Salinger, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (11), 6041-6049, 2019
1102019
Fire effects on wildlife in the Central Hardwoods and Appalachian regions, USA
CA Harper, WM Ford, MA Lashley, CE Moorman, MC Stambaugh
Fire Ecology 12, 127-159, 2016
982016
Post-oak fire scars as a function of diameter, growth, and tree age
RP Guyette, MC Stambaugh
Forest ecology and management 198 (1-3), 183-192, 2004
882004
Drought duration and frequency in the US Corn Belt during the last millennium (AD 992–2004)
MC Stambaugh, RP Guyette, ER McMurry, ER Cook, DM Meko, AR Lupo
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (2), 154-162, 2011
752011
HISTORICAL CO2 GROWTH ENHANCEMENT DECLINES WITH AGE IN QUERCUS AND PINUS
SL Voelker, RM Muzika, RP Guyette, MC Stambaugh
Ecological Monographs 76 (4), 549-564, 2006
752006
Clarifying the role of fire in the deciduous forests of eastern North America: reply to Matlack
MC Stambaugh, JM Varner, RF Noss, DC Dey, NL Christensen, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (3), 942-946, 2015
742015
Fire and human history of a barren-forest mosaic in southern Indiana
RP Guyette, DC Dey, MC Stambaugh
The American Midland Naturalist 149 (1), 21-34, 2003
692003
Wave of fire: an anthropogenic signal in historical fire regimes across central Pennsylvania, USA
MC Stambaugh, JM Marschall, ER Abadir, BC Jones, PH Brose, DC Dey, ...
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02222, 2018
672018
Fire, drought, and human history near the western terminus of the Cross Timbers, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, USA
MC Stambaugh, RP Guyette, R Godfrey, ER McMurry, JM Marschall
Fire Ecology 5, 51-65, 2009
582009
Fire damage effects on red oak timber product value
JM Marschall, RP Guyette, MC Stambaugh, AP Stevenson
Forest Ecology and Management 320, 182-189, 2014
532014
Droughts and wildfires in western US rangelands
JD Scasta, JR Weir, MC Stambaugh
Rangelands 38 (4), 197-203, 2016
512016
Performance of burn-severity metrics and classification in oak woodlands and grasslands
MC Stambaugh, LD Hammer, R Godfrey
Remote Sensing 7 (8), 10501-10522, 2015
512015
The temporal distribution and carbon storage of large oak wood in streams and floodplain deposits
RP Guyette, DC Dey, MC Stambaugh
Ecosystems 11, 643-653, 2008
512008
The importance of drought–pathogen interactions in driving oak mortality events in the Ozark Border Region
JD Wood, BO Knapp, RM Muzika, MC Stambaugh, L Gu
Environmental Research Letters 13 (1), 015004, 2018
492018
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