Refsland, T.K., B. Knapp, K. Stephan and J.M. Fraterrigo. Sixty-five years of fire manipulation reveals climate and fire interact to determine growth rates of Quercus spp. In press: Ecosphere
Cushman, J. H., L. Sanders and T.K. Refsland. 2020. Long-term and interactive effects of different mammalian consumers on growth, survival and recruitment of dominant tree species. Ecology & Evolution 10(16).
Refsland, T.K. and J.M. Fraterrigo. 2018. Fire increases drought vulnerability of Quercus alba seedlings by altering forest microclimate and nitrogen availability. Functional Ecology 32(10).
Refsland, T.K. and J. M. Fraterrigo. 2017. Both canopy and understory traits act as response-effect traits in fire-managed forests. Ecosphere 8(12).
Journal articles – in revision, review or preparation
Pellegrini, A.F.A., T.K. Refsland, C. Averill, C. Terrer, A.C. Staver, D.G. Brockway, A. Caprio, W. Clatterbuck, C. Coetsee, J.D. Haywood, S.E. Hobbie, W.A. Hoffmann, J. Kush, T. Lewis, W.K. Moser, S.T. Overby, B. Patterson, K.G. Peay, P.B. Reich, C. Ryan, M.A.S. Sayer, B. Scharenbroch, T. Schoennagel, G.R. Smith, K. Stephan, C. Swanston, M.G. Turner, T.M. Varner, and R.B. Jackson. Decadal changes in fire frequencies shift tree communities and functional traits globally. In review. Preprint: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.07.22.216226
Refsland, T.K. and J. H. Cushman. Continent-wide synthesis of the long-term dynamics and drivers of population decline in a foundation tree species across multiple biomes. In revision
Refsland, T.K. and J. H. Cushman. Cross-continental responses of pioneer tree species to interactions among climate change and disturbance in high-latitude forests. In preparation
Refsland, T.K., Dale Brockway, Jeff Glitz, Tom Lewis, Kirsten Stephan, Jennifer Fraterrigo. Fire-driven filtering of plant functional traits and consequences for forest drought vulnerability. In preparation
Macdonald, J., T.K. Refsland, J.H. Cushman. Landscape-level drivers of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) survival, growth, and recruitment in the Intermountain West. In preparation.