Teresa Bowers Chapman
Teresa Bowers Chapman
The Nature Conservancy, University of Colorado
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Spatiotemporal patterns of mountain pine beetle activity in the southern Rocky Mountains
TB Chapman, TT Veblen, T Schoennagel
Ecology 93 (10), 2175-2185, 2012
Implementation of National Fire Plan treatments near the wildland–urban interface in the western United States
T Schoennagel, CR Nelson, DM Theobald, GC Carnwath, TB Chapman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (26), 10706-10711, 2009
Area burned in the western United States is unaffected by recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks
SJ Hart, T Schoennagel, TT Veblen, TB Chapman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (14), 4375-4380, 2015
Challenges to the reforestation pipeline in the United States
J Fargione, DL Haase, OT Burney, OA Kildisheva, G Edge, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 629198, 2021
Limitations to recovery following wildfire in dry forests of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico, USA
KC Rodman, TT Veblen, TB Chapman, MT Rother, AP Wion, ...
Ecological Applications 30 (1), e02001, 2020
Low‐tech riparian and wet meadow restoration increases vegetation productivity and resilience across semiarid rangelands
NL Silverman, BW Allred, JP Donnelly, TB Chapman, JD Maestas, ...
Restoration Ecology 27 (2), 269-278, 2019
Permanent forest plots show accelerating tree mortality in subalpine forests of the Colorado Front Range from 1982 to 2013
JM Smith, J Paritsis, TT Veblen, TB Chapman
Forest Ecology and Management 341, 8-17, 2015
Reduced fire severity offers near-term buffer to climate-driven declines in conifer resilience across the western United States
KT Davis, MD Robles, KB Kemp, PE Higuera, T Chapman, KL Metlen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (11), e2208120120, 2023
Tamm Review: Postfire landscape management in frequent-fire conifer forests of the southwestern United States
JT Stevens, CM Haffey, JD Coop, PJ Fornwalt, L Yocom, CD Allen, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 502, 119678, 2021
Wildfire activity and land use drove 20th‐century changes in forest cover in the Colorado front range
KC Rodman, TT Veblen, S Saraceni, TB Chapman
Ecosphere 10 (2), e02594, 2019
Cattle, conservation, and carbon in the western Great Plains
JS Sanderson, C Beutler, JR Brown, I Burke, T Chapman, RT Conant, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 75 (1), 5A-12A, 2020
Effects of bark beetle outbreaks on forest landscape pattern in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA
KC Rodman, RA Andrus, CL Butkiewicz, TB Chapman, NS Gill, BJ Harvey, ...
Remote Sensing 13 (6), 1089, 2021
Still standing: Recent patterns of post-fire conifer refugia in ponderosa pine-dominated forests of the Colorado Front Range
TB Chapman, T Schoennagel, TT Veblen, KC Rodman
PLoS One 15 (1), e0226926, 2020
Assessing the influence of urban greenness and green stormwater infrastructure on hydrology from satellite remote sensing
G Conley, RI McDonald, T Nodine, T Chapman, C Holland, C Hawkins, ...
Science of the Total Environment 817, 152723, 2022
Dendroecological reconstruction of 1980s mountain pine beetle outbreak in lodgepole pine forests in northwestern Colorado
JM Smith, SJ Hart, TB Chapman, TT Veblen, T Schoennagel
Ecoscience 19 (2), 113-126, 2012
Rocky Mountain forests are poised to recover following bark beetle outbreaks but with altered composition
KC Rodman, RA Andrus, AR Carlson, TA Carter, TB Chapman, JD Coop, ...
Journal of Ecology 110 (12), 2929-2949, 2022
Vegetative and geomorphic complexity at tributary junctions on the Colorado and Dolores Rivers: a blueprint for riparian restoration
MS White, BG Tavernia, PB Shafroth, TB Chapman, JS Sanderson
Landscape Ecology 33, 2205-2220, 2018
North-facing aspects, shade objects, and microtopographic depressions promote the survival and growth of tree seedlings planted after wildfire
LAE Marshall, PJ Fornwalt, CS Stevens-Rumann, KC Rodman, ...
Fire Ecology 19 (1), 26, 2023
Refuge‐yeah or refuge‐nah? Predicting locations of forest resistance and recruitment in a fiery world
KC Rodman, KT Davis, SA Parks, TB Chapman, JD Coop, JM Iniguez, ...
Global Change Biology 29 (24), 7029-7050, 2023
Identifying opportunity hot spots for reducing the risk of wildfire-caused carbon loss in western US conifer forests
JL Peeler, L McCauley, KL Metlen, T Woolley, KT Davis, MD Robles, ...
Environmental Research Letters 18 (9), 094040, 2023
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