Jon Schurman
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Scale‐dependent relationships between tree species richness and ecosystem function in forests
RA Chisholm, HC Muller‐Landau, K Abdul Rahman, DP Bebber, Y Bin, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1214-1224, 2013
Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks
M Rejou-Mechain, HC Muller-Landau, M Detto, SC Thomas, T Le Toan, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (23), 6827-6840, 2014
Soil and greenhouse gas responses to biochar additions in a temperate hardwood forest
TE Sackett, N Basiliko, GL Noyce, C Winsborough, J Schurman, C Ikeda, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (5), 1062-1074, 2015
Large‐scale disturbance legacies and the climate sensitivity of primary Picea abies forests
JS Schurman, V Trotsiuk, R Bače, V Čada, S Fraver, P Janda, ...
Global change biology 24 (5), 2169-2181, 2018
More ways than one: Mixed-severity disturbance regimes foster structural complexity via multiple developmental pathways
GW Meigs, RC Morrissey, R Bače, O Chaskovskyy, V Čada, T Després, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 406, 410-426, 2017
Mixed-severity natural disturbances promote the occurrence of an endangered umbrella species in primary forests
M Mikoláš, M Svitok, K Bollmann, J Reif, R Bače, P Janda, V Trotsiuk, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 405, 210-218, 2017
Biochar amendment and phosphorus fertilization altered forest soil microbial community and native soil organic matter molecular composition
PJ Mitchell, AJ Simpson, R Soong, JS Schurman, SC Thomas, ...
Biogeochemistry 130 (3), 227-245, 2016
The climatic drivers of primary Picea forest growth along the Carpathian arc are changing under rising temperatures
JS Schurman, F Babst, J Björklund, M Rydval, R Bače, V Čada, P Janda, ...
Global change biology 25 (9), 3136-3150, 2019
Net ecosystem exchange of an uneven-aged managed forest in central Ontario, and the impact of a spring heat wave event
JA Geddes, JG Murphy, J Schurman, A Petroff, SC Thomas
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 198, 105-115, 2014
Long‐term responses of canopy–understorey interactions to disturbance severity in primary Picea abies forests
R Bače, JS Schurman, M Brabec, V Čada, T Després, P Janda, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (6), 1128-1139, 2017
Disentangling the multi-faceted growth patterns of primary Picea abies forests in the Carpathian arc
J Björklund, M Rydval, JS Schurman, K Seftigen, V Trotsiuk, P Janda, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 271, 214-224, 2019
Quantifying natural disturbances using a large‐scale dendrochronological reconstruction to guide forest management
V Čada, V Trotsiuk, P Janda, M Mikoláš, R Bače, TA Nagel, RC Morrissey, ...
Ecological Applications 30 (8), e02189, 2020
Drivers of basal area variation across primary late-successional Picea abies forests of the Carpathian Mountains
P Janda, AJ Tepley, JS Schurman, M Brabec, TA Nagel, R Bače, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 435, 196-204, 2019
Past disturbances and intraspecific competition as drivers of spatial pattern in primary spruce forests
T Després, L Vítková, R Bače, V Čada, P Janda, M Mikoláš, JS Schurman, ...
Ecosphere 8 (12), e02037, 2017
Contrasting patterns of natural mortality in primary Picea forests of the Carpathian Mountains
M Synek, P Janda, M Mikoláš, TA Nagel, JS Schurman, JL Pettit, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 457, 117734, 2020
Increased sensitivity to drought across successional stages in natural Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) forests of the Calimani Mountains, Romania
K Svobodová, T Langbehn, J Björklund, M Rydval, V Trotsiuk, ...
Trees 33 (5), 1345-1359, 2019
Environmental correlates of tree species distributions vary among age classes in a northern temperate forest
JS Schurman, JL Baltzer
Plant Ecology 213 (10), 1621-1632, 2012
Patterns of forest dynamics in a secondary old-growth beech-dominated forest in the Jizera Mountains Beech Forest Reserve, Czech Republic
J Lábusová, C Morrissey Robert, V Trotsiuk, P Janda, R Bače, V Cada, ...
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 12 (1), 17, 2019
Climatic drivers of Picea growth differ during recruitment and interact with disturbance severity to influence rates of canopy replacement
M Saulnier, J Schurman, O Vostarek, M Rydval, J Pettit, V Trotsiuk, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 287, 107981, 2020
Both Cyclone‐induced and convective storms drive disturbance patterns in European primary beech forests
JL Pettit, JM Pettit, P Janda, M Rydval, V Čada, JS Schurman, TA Nagel, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126 (7), e2020JD033929, 2021
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