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keeton carbon publications

William Keeton's Carbon-Related Publications

Ray, D.G., R.S. Seymour, N.S. Scott, and W.S. Keeton. 2009. Mitigating climate change with managed forests: balancing expectations, opportunity, and risk. Journal of Forestry, January/February Issue: 50-51.

Foster, B. C., D. Wang, and W.S. Keeton. 2008. An exploratory, post-harvest comparison of ecological and economic characteristics of forest stewardship council certified and uncertified northern hardwood stands. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 26:171-191.

Warren, D.R., W.S. Keeton, C.E. Kraft. 2008. Application of the line-intercept method for estimating wood volume in forested headwater streams. Hydrobiologia 598:123-130.

Keeton, W.S., C.E. Kraft, and D.R. Warren. 2007. Mature and old-growth riparian forests: structure, dynamics, and effects on Adirondack stream habitats. Ecological Applications 17:852-868.

Keeton, W.S. 2007. Role of managed forestlands and models for sustainable forest management: perspectives from North America. George Wright Forum 24(3):38-53.

Keeton, W.S., J.F. Franklin, and P.W. Mote. 2007. Climate variability, climate change, and western wildfire with implications for the suburban-wildland interface. Pages 223-255 in: A. Troy and R. Kennedy (eds.). Living on the Edge: Economic, Institutional and Management Perspectives on Wildfire Hazard in the Urban Interface. Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources, vol. 6. Elsevier Sciences, New York, NY.

Keeton, W.S. 2006. Managing for late-successional/old-growth characteristics in northern hardwood-conifer forests. Forest Ecology and Management 235:129-142.

Keeton, W.S. and A.R. Troy. 2006. Balancing ecological and economic objectives while managing for late-successional forest structure. Pages 21-33 in: L. Zahoyska, editor. Ecologisation of economy as a key prerequisite for sustainable development. Proceedings of the international conference, Sept. 22-23, 2005, Ukrainian National Forestry University, L'viv, Ukraine.

Mote, P.W., E.A. Parson, A.F. Hamlet, K.G. Ideker, W.S. Keeton, D. Lettenmaier, N. Mantua, E.L. Miles, D.W. Peterson, D.L. Peterson, R. Slaughter, and A.K. Snover. 2003. Preparing for climate change: the water, salmon, and forests of the Pacific Northwest. Climatic Change 61:45-88.

Franklin, J.F., T.A. Spies, R. Van Pelt, A. Carey, D. Thornburgh, D.R. Berg, D. Lindenmayer, M. Harmon, W.S. Keeton, D.C. Shaw, K. Bible, and J. Chen. 2002. Disturbances and the structural development of natural forest ecosystems with some implications for silviculture. Forest Ecology and Management 155:399-423.

Parson, E.A., P.W. Mote, A. Hamlet, N. Mantua, A. Snover, W.S. Keeton, E. Miles, D. Canning, and K. Gray Ideker. 2001. Potential impacts of climate variability and change on the Pacific Northwest. Chapter 9 in: National Assessment Synthesis Team (eds.). Climate Change Impacts on the United States: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.

Mote, P.W., W.S. Keeton, and J.F. Franklin. 1999. Decadal variations in forest fire activity the Pacific Northwest. Pages 155-156 in: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Applied Climatology, American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA. 235pp.

Mote, P., D. Canning, D. Fluharty, R. Francis, J. Franklin, A. Hamlet, M. Hersman, M. Holmberg, K. Gray-Ideker, W.S. Keeton, D. Lettenmaier, R. Leung, N. Mantua, E. Miles, B. Nobel, H. Parandvash, D.W. Peterson, A. Snover, and S. Willard. 1999. Impacts of climate variability and change, Pacific Northwest. National Atmospheric and Oceanic Adminstration, Office of Global Programs, and JISAO/SMA Climate Impacts Group, Seattle, WA. 109. pp. 24.

Vogt, K.A., J.C. Gordon, J.P. Wargo, D.J. Vogt, H. Asbjornsen, P.A. Palmiotto, H.J. Clark, J.L. O'Hara, W.S. Keeton, T. Patel-Weynand, and E. Witten. 1997. Ecosystems: Balancing Science with Management. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY. 470pp. (Also available in Mandarin Chinese).


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