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Peer Reviewed Publications

22. Hoecker, T.J., W.D. Hansen, and M.G. Turner. In Review. Landscape position amplifies consequences of short-interval stand-replacing fires on postfire tree establishment in subalpine conifer forests. Journal of Applied Ecology.

21. Seidl, R., J. Honkaniemi, T. Aakala, A. Aleinikov, P. Angelstam, M. Bouchard, Y. Boulanger, P. Burton, L. De Grandpré, S. Gauthier, W.D. Hansen, J. Jepsen, K. Jõgiste, D. Kneeshaw, T. Kuuluvainen, O. Lisitsyna, K. Makoto, A. Mori, D. Pureswaran, E. Shorohova, E. Shubnitsina, A. Taylor, N. Vladimirova, F. Vodde, and C. Senf. In Review. Globally consistent climate sensitivity of natural disturbances in extratropical forest ecosystems. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

20. Hansen, W.D., D. Abendroth, W. Rammer, R. Seidl, and M.G. Turner. In Press. Can wildland fire management alter 21st-century subalpine fire and forests in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA? Ecological Applications.

19. Turner, M.G., K. Braziunas, W.D. Hansen, and B.J. Harvey. 2019. Short-interval severe fire erodes the resilience of subalpine lodgepole pine forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,116:11319-11328.

18. Hansen, W.D., and M.G. Turner. 2019. Origins of abrupt change? Postfire subalpine conifer regeneration declines nonlinearly with warming and drying. Ecological Monographs, 89: e01340 .

17. Braziunas, K.H., W.D. Hansen, R. Seidl, W. Rammer, and M.G. Turner. 2018. Looking beyond the mean: Drivers of variability in postfire stand development of conifers in Greater Yellowstone. Forest Ecology and Management, 430: 460-471.

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.