Tucker J. Furniss
Tucker J. Furniss
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Wyoming
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Global importance of large‐diameter trees
JA Lutz, TJ Furniss, DJ Johnson, SJ Davies, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (7), 849-864, 2018
Competition and coexistence in plant communities: intraspecific competition is stronger than interspecific competition
PB Adler, D Smull, KH Beard, RT Choi, T Furniss, A Kulmatiski, ...
Ecology letters 21 (9), 1319-1329, 2018
Plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale
JA LaManna, SA Mangan, A Alonso, NA Bourg, WY Brockelman, ...
Science 356 (6345), 1389-1392, 2017
Spatially nonrandom tree mortality and ingrowth maintain equilibrium pattern in an old‐growth Pseudotsuga–Tsuga forest
JA Lutz, AJ Larson, TJ Furniss, DC Donato, JA Freund, ME Swanson, ...
Ecology 95 (8), 2047-2054, 2014
Post-fire morel (Morchella) mushroom abundance, spatial structure, and harvest sustainability
AJ Larson, CA Cansler, SG Cowdery, S Hiebert, TJ Furniss, ME Swanson, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 377, 16-25, 2016
Reconciling niches and neutrality in a subalpine temperate forest
TJ Furniss, AJ Larson, JA Lutz
Ecosphere 8 (6), e01847, 2017
Multi-scale assessment of post-fire tree mortality models
TJ Furniss, AJ Larson, VR Kane, JA Lutz
International Journal of Wildland Fire 28 (1), 46-61, 2019
Wildfire and drought moderate the spatial elements of tree mortality
TJ Furniss, AJ Larson, VR Kane, JA Lutz
Ecosphere 11 (8), e03214, 2020
Detecting tree mortality with Landsat-derived spectral indices: Improving ecological accuracy by examining uncertainty
TJ Furniss, VR Kane, AJ Larson, JA Lutz
Remote Sensing of Environment 237, 111497, 2020
Fuel dynamics after reintroduced fire in an old-growth Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forest
CA Cansler, ME Swanson, TJ Furniss, AJ Larson, JA Lutz
Fire Ecology 15, 1-17, 2019
Crowding, climate, and the case for social distancing among trees
TJ Furniss, AJ Das, PJ van Mantgem, NL Stephenson, JA Lutz
Ecological Applications 32 (2), e2507, 2022
Shrub communities, spatial patterns, and shrub-mediated tree mortality following reintroduced fire in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
JA Lutz, TJ Furniss, SJ Germain, KML Becker, EM Blomdahl, ...
Fire Ecology 13 (1), 104-126, 2017
Large-diameter trees dominate snag and surface biomass following reintroduced fire
JA Lutz, S Struckman, TJ Furniss, CA Cansler, SJ Germain, LL Yocom, ...
Ecological Processes 9, 1-13, 2020
Community composition and allometry of Leucothoe davisiae, Cornus sericea, and Chrysolepis sempervirens
JA Lutz, KA Schwindt, TJ Furniss, JA Freund, ME Swanson, KI Hogan, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (6), 677-683, 2014
Fire and the distribution and uncertainty of carbon sequestered as aboveground tree biomass in Yosemite and Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
JA Lutz, JR Matchett, LW Tarnay, DF Smith, KML Becker, TJ Furniss, ...
Land 6 (1), 10, 2017
Large-diameter trees, snags, and deadwood in southern Utah, USA
JA Lutz, S Struckman, TJ Furniss, JD Birch, LL Yocom, DJ McAvoy
Ecological Processes 10, 1-12, 2021
The importance of large-diameter trees to the creation of snag and deadwood biomass
JA Lutz, S Struckman, SJ Germain, TJ Furniss
Ecological Processes 10 (1), 28, 2021
Response to Comment on “Plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale”
JA LaManna, SA Mangan, A Alonso, NA Bourg, WY Brockelman, ...
Science 360 (6391), eaar5245, 2018
Predicting future patterns, processes, and their interactions: Benchmark calibration and validation procedures for forest landscape models
TJ Furniss, PF Hessburg, NA Povak, RB Salter, MS Wigmosta
Ecological Modelling 473, 110099, 2022
Genetic and spatial structuring of Populus tremuloides in a mixed-species forest of southwestern Utah, USA
M Bishop, TJ Furniss, KE Mock, JA Lutz
Western North American Naturalist 79 (1), 63-71, 2019
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