Alan Taylor

Professor of Geography

Alan Taylor

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Fire Severity Climate Change Wildfires Wildfire Canopy Fire Regime Vegetation Climate Topography Prescribed Burning Fuels (Fire Ecology) Mixed Forests Coniferous Forests National Park National Parks Coniferous Tree Effect Fire Behavior Ecology Nineteenth Century Water Chaparral Forest Canopy Exclusion Buffers

Most Recent Papers

Prescribed fire alters structure and composition of a mid-Atlantic oak forest up to eight years after burning

Cody L. Dems, Alan H. Taylor, Erica A.H. Smithwick, Jesse K. Kreye, Margot W. Kaye, 2021, Fire Ecology

Controls on spatial patterns of wildfire severity and early post-fire vegetation development in an Arizona Sky Island, USA

Alan H. Taylor, Helen M. Poulos, Jennifer Kluber, Rachel Issacs, Natalie Pawlikowski, Andrew M. Barton, 2021, Landscape Ecology on p. 2637-2656

Simulated fire regimes favor oak and pine but affect carbon stocks in mixed oak forests in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Anthony Zhao, Alan H. Taylor, Erica A.H. Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Lucas B. Harris, 2021, Forest Ecology and Management

Prescribed fire and fire suppression operations influence wildfire severity under severe weather in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA

Lucas B. Harris, Stacy A. Drury, Calvin A. Farris, Alan H. Taylor, 2021, International Journal of Wildland Fire on p. 536-551

Strong Legacy Effects of Prior Burn Severity on Forest Resilience to a High-Severity Fire

Lucas B. Harris, Stacy A. Drury, Alan H. Taylor, 2021, Ecosystems on p. 774-787

Precipitation alters the CO<sub>2</sub> effect on water-use efficiency of temperate forests

Soumaya Belmecheri, R. Stockton Maxwell, Alan H. Taylor, Kenneth J. Davis, Rossella Guerrieri, David J.P. Moore, Shelly A. Rayback, 2021, Global Change Biology on p. 1560-1571

Spatial patterns of tree cover change at a dry forest margin are driven by initial conditions, water balance and wildfire

Lucas B. Harris, Alan H. Taylor, 2021, Landscape Ecology on p. 353-371

Spatial patterns of nineteenth century fire severity persist after fire exclusion and a twenty-first century wildfire in a mixed conifer forest landscape, Southern Cascades, USA

Alan H. Taylor, Catherine Airey-Lauvaux, Becky Estes, Lucas Harris, Carl N. Skinner, 2020, Landscape Ecology on p. 2777-2790

Hunter and Non-Hunter Perceptions of Costs, Benefits, and Likelihood of Outcomes of Prescribed Fire in the Mid-Atlantic Region

Zachary D. Miller, Hong Wu, Katherine Zipp, Cody L. Dems, Erica Smithwick, Margot Kaye, Peter Newman, Anthony Zhao, Alan Taylor, 2020, Society and Natural Resources on p. 1321-1327

Rain-shadow forest margins resilient to low-severity fire and climate change but not high-severity fire

Lucas B. Harris, Alan H. Taylor, 2020, Ecosphere

Most-Cited Papers

The ecology of mixed severity fire regimes in Washington, Oregon, and Northern California

David A. Perry, Paul F. Hessburg, Carl N. Skinner, Thomas A. Spies, Scott L. Stephens, Alan Henry Taylor, Jerry F. Franklin, Brenda McComb, Greg Riegel, 2011, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 703-717

Multi-scale controls of historical forest-fire regimes

Donald A. Falk, Emily K. Heyerdahl, Peter M. Brown, Calvin Farris, Peter Z. Fulé, Donald McKenzie, Thomas W. Swetnam, Alan H. Taylor, Megan L. Van Horne, 2011, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment on p. 446-454

Tamm Review

Paul F. Hessburg, Thomas A. Spies, David A. Perry, Carl N. Skinner, Alan H. Taylor, Peter M. Brown, Scott L. Stephens, Andrew J. Larson, Derek J. Churchill, Nicholas A. Povak, Peter H. Singleton, Brenda McComb, William J. Zielinski, Brandon M. Collins, R. Brion Salter, John J. Keane, Jerry F. Franklin, Greg Riegel, 2016, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 221-250

Socioecological transitions trigger fire regime shifts and modulate fire-climate interactions in the Sierra Nevada, USA, 1600-2015 CE

Alan H. Taylor, Valerie Trouet, Carl N. Skinner, Scott Stephens, 2016, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 13684-13689

Climate change, fire management, and ecological services in the southwestern US

Matthew D. Hurteau, John B. Bradford, Peter Z. Fulé, Alan H. Taylor, Katherine L. Martin, 2014, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 280-289

Influence of Vegetation Structure on Lidar-derived Canopy Height and Fractional Cover in Forested Riparian Buffers During Leaf-Off and Leaf-On Conditions

Leah Wasser, Rick Day, Laura Chasmer, Alan Taylor, 2013, PLoS One

High severity fire and mixed conifer forest-chaparral dynamics in the southern Cascade Range, USA

Catherine Airey Lauvaux, Carl N. Skinner, Alan H. Taylor, 2016, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 74-85

Unsupported inferences of high-severity fire in historical dry forests of the western United States

Peter Z. Fulé, Thomas W. Swetnam, Peter M. Brown, Donald A. Falk, David L. Peterson, Craig D. Allen, Gregory H. Aplet, Mike A. Battaglia, Dan Binkley, Calvin Farris, Robert E. Keane, Ellis Q. Margolis, Henri Grissino-Mayer, Carol Miller, Carolyn Hull Sieg, Carl Skinner, Scott L. Stephens, Alan Taylor, 2014, Global Ecology and Biogeography on p. 825-830

Topography, Fuels, and Fire Exclusion Drive Fire Severity of the Rim Fire in an Old-Growth Mixed-Conifer Forest, Yosemite National Park, USA

Lucas Harris, Alan H. Taylor, 2015, Ecosystems on p. 1192-1208

Use of random forests for modeling and mapping forest canopy fuels for fire behavior analysis in Lassen Volcanic National Park, California, USA

Andrew D. Pierce, Calvin A. Farris, Alan H. Taylor, 2012, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 77-89