Charles Lafon
Charles Lafon
Professor of Geography, Texas A&M University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei geog.tamu.edu
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The contemporary fire regime of the central Appalachian Mountains and its relation to climate
CW Lafon, JA Hoss, HD Grissino-Mayer
Physical Geography 26 (2), 126-146, 2005
872005
Fire history, related to climate and land use in three southern Appalachian landscapes in the eastern United States
WT Flatley, CW Lafon, HD Grissino-Mayer, LB LaForest
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1250-1266, 2013
812013
Three centuries of fire in montane pine‐oak stands on a temperate forest landscape
SR Aldrich, CW Lafon, HD Grissino‐Mayer, GG DeWeese, JA Hoss
Applied Vegetation Science 13 (1), 36-46, 2010
772010
Fire history of the Appalachian region: a review and synthesis
CW Lafon, AT Naito, HD Grissino-Mayer, SP Horn, TA Waldrop
Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-219. Asheville, NC: US Department of Agriculture, Forest …, 2017
762017
Ice‐storm disturbance and long‐term forest dynamics in the Adirondack Mountains
CW Lafon
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (2), 267-276, 2004
722004
Using dendrochronology to identify major ice storm events in oak forests of southwestern Virginia
CW Lafon, JH Speer
Climate Research 20 (1), 41-54, 2002
722002
Influences of animal activity on treeline position and pattern: implications for treeline responses to climate change
DM Cairns, C Lafon, J Moen, A Young
Physical Geography 28 (5), 419-433, 2007
662007
Climatic and topographic controls on patterns of fire in the southern and central Appalachian Mountains, USA
WT Flatley, CW Lafon, HD Grissino-Mayer
Landscape Ecology 26 (2), 195-209, 2011
622011
Factors structuring the treeline ecotone in Fennoscandia
J Moen, DM Cairns, CW Lafon
Plant Ecology & Diversity 1 (1), 77-87, 2008
562008
Simulating the reciprocal interaction of forest landscape structure and southern pine beetle herbivory using LANDIS
DM Cairns, CW Lafon, JD Waldron, M Tchakerian, RN Coulson, ...
Landscape Ecology 23 (4), 403-415, 2008
522008
Spatial patterns of fire occurrence in the central Appalachian Mountains and implications for wildland fire management
CW Lafon, HD Grissino-Mayer
Physical Geography 28 (1), 1-20, 2007
512007
Review of forest landscape models: types, methods, development and applications
W Xi, RN Coulson, AG Birt, ZB Shang, JD Waldron, CW Lafon, DM Cairns, ...
Acta Ecologica Sinica 29 (1), 69-78, 2009
482009
Spatial patterns of ice storm disturbance on a forested landscape in the Appalachian Mountains, Virginia
KM Stueve, CW Lafon, RE Isaacs
Area 39 (1), 20-30, 2007
472007
Modeling the effects of fire on the long‐term dynamics and restoration of Yellow pine and oak forests in the southern Appalachian Mountains
CW Lafon, JD Waldron, DM Cairns, MD Tchakerian, RN Coulson, ...
Restoration Ecology 15 (3), 400-411, 2007
442007
Forest disturbance by ice storms in Quercus forests of the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA
CW Lafon
Ecoscience 13 (1), 30-43, 2006
412006
Effects of ice storms, southern pine beetle infestation, and fire on Table Mountain pine forests of southwestern Virginia
CW Lafon, MJ Kutac
Physical Geography 24 (6), 502-519, 2003
412003
Fire history of a temperate forest with an endemic fire-dependent herb
JA Hoss, CW Lafon, HD Grissino-Mayer, SR Aldrich, GG DeWeese
Physical Geography 29 (5), 424-441, 2008
402008
Fire history and its relations with land use and climate over three centuries in the central Appalachian Mountains, USA
SR Aldrich, CW Lafon, HD Grissino‐Mayer, GG DeWeese
Journal of Biogeography 41 (11), 2093-2104, 2014
392014
Landscape modeling for forest restoration planning and assessment: Lessons from the southern Appalachian Mountains
W Xi, RN Coulson, JD Waldron, MD Tchakerian, CW Lafon, DM Cairns, ...
Journal of Forestry 106 (4), 191-197, 2008
362008
Flexible larval development and the timing of destructive feeding by a solitary endoparasitoid: an optimal foraging problem in evolutionary perspective
LA Hemerik, JA Harvey
Ecological Entomology 24 (3), 308-315, 1999
361999
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