Ann M Lynch
Ann M Lynch
1) U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2) University of Arizona, Laboratory of
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Multicentury, regional‐scale patterns of western spruce budworm outbreaks
TW Swetnam, AM Lynch
Ecological monographs 63 (4), 399-424, 1993
A tree-ring reconstruction of western spruce budworm history in the southern Rocky Mountains
TW Swetnam, AM Lynch
Forest Science 35 (4), 962-986, 1989
Fire severity, size, and climate associations diverge from historical precedent along an ecological gradient in the Pinaleño Mountains, Arizona, USA
CD O’Connor, DA Falk, AM Lynch, TW Swetnam
Forest Ecology and Management 329, 264-278, 2014
Sampling bias overestimates climate change impacts on forest growth in the southwestern United States
S Klesse, RJ DeRose, CH Guiterman, AM Lynch, CD O’Connor, JD Shaw, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 5336, 2018
A tree-ring reconstruction of western spruce budworm outbreaks in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado, USA
DE Ryerson, TW Swetnam, AM Lynch
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (6), 1010-1028, 2003
Sampling plans in insect pest management based on Wald's sequential probability ratio test
GW Fowler, AM Lynch
Environmental Entomology 16 (2), 345-354, 1987
Nowhere to run and nowhere to hide: response of endemic Mt. Graham red squirrels to catastrophic forest damage
JL Koprowski, MI Alanen, AM Lynch
Biological conservation 126 (4), 491-498, 2005
US Forest Service bark beetle research in the western United States: Looking toward the future
JF Negrón, BJ Bentz, CJ Fettig, N Gillette, EM Hansen, JL Hayes, ...
Journal of Forestry 106 (6), 325-331, 2008
Measuring growth and development of stems
FW Telewski, AM Lynch
Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology, 503-555, 1991
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
What tree-ring reconstruction tells us about conifer defoliator outbreaks
AM Lynch
Insect outbreaks revisited, 126-154, 2012
Relationships between spruce budworm damage and site factors in spruce-fir-dominated ecosystems of western Upper Michigan
DM Hix, BV Barnes, AM Lynch, JA Witter
Forest ecology and management 21 (1-2), 129-140, 1987
The pales weevil, Hylobius pales (Herbst): a synthesis of the literature.
AM Lynch
Post-fire forest dynamics and climate variability affect spatial and temporal properties of spruce beetle outbreaks on a Sky Island mountain range
CD O’Connor, AM Lynch, DA Falk, TW Swetnam
Forest Ecology and Management 336, 148-162, 2015
Disturbance and productivity interactions mediate stability of forest composition and structure
CD O'Connor, DA Falk, AM Lynch, TW Swetnam, CP Wilcox
Ecological Applications 27 (3), 900-915, 2017
Fate and characteristics of Picea damaged by Elatobium abietinum (Walker)(Homoptera: Aphididae) in the White Mountains of Arizona
AM Lynch
Western North American Naturalist, 7-17, 2004
Vegetation type conversion in the US Southwest: Frontline observations and management responses
CH Guiterman, RM Gregg, LAE Marshall, JJ Beckmann, PJ van Mantgem, ...
Fire Ecology 18 (1), 1-16, 2022
Oak stump sprouting on dry sites in northern lower Michigan
AM Lynch, JR Bassett
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 4 (3), 142-145, 1987
Data-driven visual simulation of alternative futures for forested landscapes
B Orland, TC Daniel, AM Lynch, EH Holsten
proc. IUFRO—Integrating Forest Information over Space and Time. Canberra …, 1992
Discriminating disturbance from natural variation with LiDAR in semi‐arid forests in the southwestern USA
TL Swetnam, AM Lynch, DA Falk, SR Yool, DP Guertin
Ecosphere 6 (6), 1-22, 2015
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