Grant L. Harley
Grant L. Harley
Associate Professor of Geography, University of Idaho
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Tropical tree growth driven by dry-season climate variability
PA Zuidema, F Babst, P Groenendijk, V Trouet, A Abiyu, R Acuña-Soto, ...
Nature Geoscience 15 (4), 269-276, 2022
Warm springs alter timing but not total growth of temperate deciduous trees
C Dow, AY Kim, L D’Orangeville, EB Gonzalez-Akre, R Helcoski, ...
Nature 608 (7923), 552-557, 2022
Shipwreck rates reveal Caribbean tropical cyclone response to past radiative forcing
V Trouet, GL Harley, M Domínguez-Delmás
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (12), 3169-3174, 2016
Continental‐scale tree‐ring‐based projection of Douglas‐fir growth: Testing the limits of space‐for‐time substitution
S Klesse, RJ DeRose, F Babst, BA Black, LDL Anderegg, J Axelson, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (9), 5146-5163, 2020
Suwannee River flow variability 1550–2005 CE reconstructed from a multispecies tree-ring network
GL Harley, JT Maxwell, E Larson, HD Grissino-Mayer, J Henderson, ...
Journal of Hydrology 544, 438-451, 2017
On the declining relationship between tree growth and climate in the Midwest United States: the fading drought signal
JT Maxwell, GL Harley, SM Robeson
Climatic Change 138, 127-142, 2016
The dendrochronology of Pinus elliottii in the lower Florida keys: chronology development and climate response
GL Harley, HD Grissino-Mayer, SP Horn
Tree-Ring Research 67 (1), 39-50, 2011
Dendroclimatic reconstructions from multiple co-occurring species: a case study from an old-growth deciduous forest in Indiana, USA
JT Maxwell, GL Harley, TJ Matheus
International Journal of Climatology 35 (6), 860-870, 2015
Application of a cave inventory system to stimulate development of management strategies: The case of west-central Florida, USA
GL Harley, JS Polk, LA North, PP Reeder
Journal of Environmental Management 92 (10), 2547-2557, 2011
Unprecedented 21st century heat across the Pacific Northwest of North America
KJ Heeter, GL Harley, JT Abatzoglou, KJ Anchukaitis, ER Cook, ...
npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 6 (1), 5, 2023
Spring temperature variability over Turkey since 1800 CE reconstructed from a broad network of tree-ring data
N Köse, HT Güner, GL Harley, J Guiot
Climate of the Past 13 (1), 1-15, 2017
Cambial activity of Pinus elliottii var. densa reveals influence of seasonal insolation on growth dynamics in the Florida Keys
GL Harley, HD Grissino-Mayer, JA Franklin, C Anderson, N Köse
Trees 26, 1449-1459, 2012
Demographic shifts in eastern US forests increase the impact of late‐season drought on forest growth
TF Au, JT Maxwell, KA Novick, SM Robeson, SM Warner, BR Lockwood, ...
Ecography 43 (10), 1475-1486, 2020
Historical fire in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) forests of south Mississippi and its relation to land use and climate
CR White, GL Harley
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01458, 2016
Increased tree-ring network density reveals more precise estimations of sub-regional hydroclimate variability and climate dynamics in the Midwest, USA
JT Maxwell, GL Harley
Climate Dynamics 49, 1479-1493, 2017
Advancing dendrochronological studies of fire in the United States
GL Harley, CH Baisan, PM Brown, DA Falk, WT Flatley, ...
Fire 1 (1), 11, 2018
Cambial phenology informs tree-ring analysis of fire seasonality in Coastal Plain pine savannas
MT Rother, JM Huffman, GL Harley, WJ Platt, N Jones, KM Robertson, ...
Fire Ecology 14, 164-185, 2018
The North American tree‐ring fire‐scar network
EQ Margolis, CH Guiterman, RD Chavardès, JD Coop, K Copes‐Gerbitz, ...
Ecosphere 13 (7), e4159, 2022
An interbasin comparison of tree‐ring reconstructed streamflow in the eastern United States
RS Maxwell, GL Harley, JT Maxwell, SA Rayback, N Pederson, ER Cook, ...
Hydrological Processes 31 (13), 2381-2394, 2017
Fire history and forest structure of an endangered subtropical ecosystem in the Florida Keys, USA
GL Harley, HD Grissino-Mayer, SP Horn
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (3), 394-404, 2012
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