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John Stanturf

  • PhD
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Research interests

Understanding disturbances and their effects on forest ecosystems; managing disturbances and restoring ecosystems; and modeling and synthesis of disturbance processes.

About

Forest Restoration • Soils and landscape restoration • Climate change mitigation and adaptation potential of Forest Landscape Restoration • Restoration and ecology of Central and East Asian forests Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation • Downscaling climate models for forestry applications • Process modeling for bioenergy potential • Systematic review of drought/fire/carbon nexus Disturbance Ecology • Risk-based forest management • Ecosystem legacies • Fire in West Africa

Co-authors (143)

  • Sandra Metslaid
  • Michael Wimberly
  • Ahto Kangur
  • Tom Rooney
  • Scott Goodrick

Publications (5)

  • Hemiboreal forest: Natural disturbances and the importance of ecosystem legacies to management

    • Jõgiste K
    • Korjus H
    • Stanturf J
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  • Potential profitability zones for Populus spp. Biomass plantings in the eastern United States

    • Stanturf J
    • Young T
    • Perdue J
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  • Profitability potential for Pinus taeda L. (loblolly pine) short-rotation bioenergy plantings in the southern USA

    • Perdue J
    • Stanturf J
    • Young T
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  • Environmental Technologies of Woody Crop Production Systems

    • Zalesny R
    • Stanturf J
    • Gardiner E
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  • Influence of harvesting on water quality, hydrology, denitrification, decomposition, amphibian populations, microbial ecology, and regeneration in narrow floodplains of blackwater streams in southern Alabama

    • Lockaby B
    • Jones R
    • Clawson R
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