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Peer Reviewed Publications

16. Hansen, W.D., K.B. Braziunas, W. Rammer, R. Seidl, and M.G. Turner. 2018. It takes a few to tango. Changing climate and fire can cause regeneration failure in two subalpine conifersEcology, 99:966-977 .

15.  W.D. Hansen, J.P. Scholl, A.E. Sorensen, K.E. Fisher, J.A. Klassen, L. Calle, G.S. Kandlikar, N. Kortessis, D.C. Kucera, D.E. Marias, D.L. Narango, K. O’Keeffe, W. Recart, E. Ridolfi, M. E. Shea. 2018. How do we ensure the future of our discipline is vibrant? Student reflections on careers and culture of ecologyEcosphere, 9: e02099.

14. Morris, J.L., S. Cottrell, C.J. Fettig, R.J. DeRose, K.M. Mattor, V.A. Carter, J. Clear, J. Clement, W.D. Hansen, J.A. Hicke, P.E. Higuera, A.W.R. Seddon, H. Seppa, R.L. Sherriff, J.D. Stednick, and S.J. Seybold. 2018. Bark beetles as agents of change in social-ecological systemsFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 16: S34-S43.

13. Rose, K.C., R.A. Graves, W.D. Hansen, B.J. Harvey, J. Qiu, S.A. Wood, C. Ziter, and M.G. Turner. 2017. Historical foundations and future directions of Macrosystems ecologyEcology Letters, 20: 147-157.

12. Morris, J.L., S. Cottrell, C.J. Fettig, W.D. Hansen, R.L. Sherriff, V.A. Carter, J. Clear, J. Clement, R.J. DeRose, J.A. Hicke, P.E. Higuera, K.M. Mattor, A.W.R. Seddon, H. Seppa, J.D. Stednick, and S.J. Seybold. 2016. Managing bark beetle impacts on ecosystems and society: Priority questions to motivate future research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54: 750-760.

11. Brinkman, T.J., W.D. Hansen, F. Stuart Chapin, Gary P. Kofinas, Shauna BurnSilver, and T. Scott Rupp. 2016. Perceptions of impacts of of climate trends on subsistence resources: Importance of accessClimatic Change, 1-15.

10. Hansen, W.D., F. Stuart Chapin, Helen T. Naughton, T. Scott Rupp, David Verbyla. 2016. Forest landscape structure mediates effects of a spruce bark beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis) outbreak on subsequent likelihood of  burning in Alaskan boreal forestForest Ecology and Management, 369: 38-46.

9. Hansen, W.D., William H. Romme, Aisha Ba, Monica G. Turner. 2016. Shifting ecological filters mediate postfire expansion of seedling aspen (Populus tremuloides) in YellowstoneForest Ecology and Management, 362:218-230.

8. Hansen, W.D., Julie M. Mueller, Helen T. Naughton. 2014. Wildfire in hedonic property value studiesWestern Economics Forum, 13:23-35

7. Turner, M.G., D.C. Donato, W.D. Hansen, B.J. Harvey, W.H. Romme, and A.L. Westerling. Climate change and novel disturbance regimes in a national park landscape. In: Beissinger, S.R., D.D. Ackerly, H. Doremus, and G. Machlis (Editors). 2016. Science for Parks and Parks for Science: The Next Century. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

6. Hansen, W.D. 2014Generalizable principles for ecosystem stewardship-based management of social-ecological systems: Lessons learned from Alaska. Ecology and Society, 19:13 .

5. Hansen, W.D., H. Naughton. 2013. The effects of a spruce bark beetle outbreak and wildfires on property values in the wildland-urban interface of south-central Alaska, USA. Ecological Economics, 96: 141-154.

4. Brinkman T.J., G.P. Kofinas, W.D. Hansen, F.S. Chapin, S. BurnSilver, and S. Rupp. 2013. Evaluating hunting opportunities: Shifting from abundance to availability. The Wildlife Professional, 7: 38-43.

3. Hansen, W.D., T.J. Brinkman, M. Leonawicz, F.S. Chapin, G.P Kofinas. 2013. Changing Daily Wind Speeds: Implications for a Subsistence Hunting System. Arctic, 66: 448-458.

2. Hansen, W.D., H.T. Naughton. 2013. Social and ecological determinants of land clearing in the Brazilian Amazon: A spatial analysis. Land Economics, 89: 699-721.

1. Hansen, W.D., T.J. Brinkman, F.S. Chapin, C. Brown. 2013. Meeting indigenous subsistence needs:  The case for prey switching in rural Alaska. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 18: 109-123.