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Landscape Simulation Modeling of Fire and Succession in Southern California

The Effect of Land Management on Fire Regimes and Landscape-Scale Vegetation Patterns in the Transverse and Peninsular Mountain Ranges of Southern California (National Science Foundation Geography and Regional Science Program Award 9818665, 1999-2003)

Publications

  1. Franklin, J, A. D. Syphard, H. He and D. Mladenoff, 2005, The effects of altered fire regimes on patterns of plant succession in the foothills and mountains of southern California, Ecosystems vol. 8, no. 8, pp. 885-898.

  2. Akçakaya, H. Resit, Janet Franklin, Alexandra D. Syphard, and John Stephenson, 2005, Viability of Bell's Sage Sparrow (Amphispiza belli ssp. belli) under altered fire regimes, Ecological Applications vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 521-531.

  3. Franklin, J., C. Coulter and S. J. Rey, 2004, Change over 70 years in a southern California chaparral community related to fire history, Journal of Vegetation Science vol. 15, no. 15, pp. 701-710.

  4. Franklin, J., 2003, Clustering versus regression trees for determining Ecological Land Units in the southern California mountains and foothills, Forest Science, Special Issue on Forestry Remote Sensing, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 354-368.

  5. Franklin, J., 2002, Enhancing a regional vegetation map with predictive models of dominant plant species in chaparral, Applied Vegetation Science vol. 5, pp. 135-146.

  6. Franklin, J., A. D. Syphard, R. P. Martin, D. J. Mladenoff, H. S. He, D. K. Simons, D. Deutschman, and J. F. O’Leary, 2001, Simulating the effects of different fire regimes on plant functional groups in Southern California, Ecological Modelling vol. 142, no. 3, pp. 261-283.

Main Findings


Long-term impacts of frequent fire and urbanization on native vegetation in California mediterranean-type shrublands: an integrated simulation modeling strategy (NASA Earth System Science Graduate Student Doctoral Fellowship to Alexandra Syphard)

Publications

  1. Syphard, Alexandra D., Keith Clarke and Janet Franklin, 2005, Using a cellular automaton model to forecast the effects of urban growth on habitat pattern in southern California, Ecological Complexity vol. 2, pp. 185-203.

  2. Syphard, A. D. and J. Franklin, 2004. Spatial aggregation effects on the simulation of landscape pattern and ecological processes in southern California plant communities, Ecological Modelling vol. 180, no. 1, pp. 21-40. Special Issue.

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