Daniel G. Gavin
Daniel G. Gavin
Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oregon
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Climate and human influences on global biomass burning over the past two millennia
JR Marlon, PJ Bartlein, C Carcaillet, DG Gavin, SP Harrison, PE Higuera, ...
Nature Geoscience 1 (10), 697-702, 2008
Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate Dynamics 30 (7-8), 887-907, 2008
Long-term perspective on wildfires in the western USA
JR Marlon, PJ Bartlein, DG Gavin, CJ Long, RS Anderson, CE Briles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (9), E535-E543, 2012
A rapid upward shift of a forest ecotone during 40 years of warming in the Green Mountains of Vermont
B Beckage, B Osborne, DG Gavin, C Pucko, T Siccama, T Perkins
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (11), 4197-4202, 2008
Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography
DG Gavin, MC Fitzpatrick, PF Gugger, KD Heath, F Rodríguez‐Sánchez, ...
New Phytologist 204 (1), 37-54, 2014
Drought induces lagged tree mortality in a subalpine forest in the Rocky Mountains
C Bigler, DG Gavin, C Gunning, TT Veblen
Oikos 116 (12), 1983-1994, 2007
Understanding the origin and analysis of sediment-charcoal records with a simulation model
PE Higuera, ME Peters, LB Brubaker, DG Gavin
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (13-14), 1790-1809, 2007
Weak climatic control of stand-scale fire history during the late Holocene
DG Gavin, FS Hu, K Lertzman, P Corbett
Ecology 87 (7), 1722-1732, 2006
Peak detection in sediment–charcoal records: impacts of alternative data analysis methods on fire-history interpretations
PE Higuera, DG Gavin, PJ Bartlein, DJ Hallett
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (8), 996-1014, 2010
Holocene fire history of a coastal temperate rain forest based on soil charcoal radiocarbon dates
DG Gavin, LB Brubaker, KP Lertzman
Ecology 84 (1), 186-201, 2003
Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes
AL Daniau, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, IC Prentice, S Brewer, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (4), 2012
Estimation of inbuilt age in radiocarbon ages of soil charcoal for fire history studies
DG Gavin
Radiocarbon 43 (1), 27-44, 2001
Forest fire and climate change in western North America: insights from sediment charcoal records
DG Gavin, DJ Hallett, FS Hu, KP Lertzman, SJ Prichard, KJ Brown, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (9), 499-506, 2007
A statistical approach to evaluating distance metrics and analog assignments for pollen records
DG Gavin, WW Oswald, ER Wahl, JW Williams
Quaternary Research 60 (3), 356-367, 2003
Forest structure and species traits mediate projected recruitment declines in western US tree species
SZ Dobrowski, AK Swanson, JT Abatzoglou, ZA Holden, HD Safford, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (8), 917-927, 2015
An 1800-year record of the spatial and temporal distribution of fire from the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada
DG Gavin, LB Brubaker, KP Lertzman
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (4), 573-586, 2003
Long-term fire regime estimated from soil charcoal in coastal temperate rainforests
K Lertzman, D Gavin, D Hallett, L Brubaker, D Lepofsky, R Mathewes
Conservation Ecology 6 (2), 5, 2002
Climatic control of the biomass-burning decline in the Americas after AD 1500
MJ Power, FE Mayle, PJ Bartlein, JR Marlon, RS Anderson, H Behling, ...
The Holocene 23 (1), 3-13, 2013
Highly episodic fire and erosion regime over the past 2,000 y in the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon
D Colombaroli, DG Gavin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (44), 18909-18914, 2010
How climate and vegetation influence the fire regime of the Alaskan boreal biome: the Holocene perspective
FS Hu, LB Brubaker, DG Gavin, PE Higuera, JA Lynch, TS Rupp, ...
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11, 829-846, 2006
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