William L. Baker
William L. Baker
Emeritus Professor, Program in Ecology, University of Wyoming
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Factors influencing succession: lessons from large, infrequent natural disturbances
MG Turner, WL Baker, CJ Peterson, RK Peet
Ecosystems 1, 511-523, 1998
A review of models of landscape change
WL Baker
Landscape ecology 2, 111-133, 1989
The r. le programs for multiscale analysis of landscape structure using the GRASS geographical information system
WL Baker, Y Cai
Landscape ecology 7, 291-302, 1992
Contribution of roads to forest fragmentation in the Rocky Mountains
RA Reed, J Johnson‐Barnard, WL Baker
Conservation biology 10 (4), 1098-1106, 1996
Historical and modern disturbance regimes, stand structures, and landscape dynamics in pinon–juniper vegetation of the western United States
WH Romme, CD Allen, JD Bailey, WL Baker, BT Bestelmeyer, PM Brown, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (3), 203-222, 2009
Managing fire‐prone forests in the western United States
RF Noss, JF Franklin, WL Baker, T Schoennagel, PB Moyle
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (9), 481-487, 2006
Uncertainty in surface-fire history: the case of ponderosa pine forests in the western United States
WL Baker, D Ehle
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (7), 1205-1226, 2001
The landscape ecology of large disturbances in the design and management of nature reserves
WL Baker
Landscape ecology 7, 181-194, 1992
Fire and restoration of sagebrush ecosystems
WL Baker
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (1), 177-185, 2006
Effects of settlement and fire suppression on landscape structure
WL Baker
Ecology 73 (5), 1879-1887, 1992
Landscape ecology and nature reserve design in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Minnesota
WL Baker
Ecology 70 (1), 23-35, 1989
Fire ecology in Rocky Mountain landscapes
WL Baker
Island press,, 2009
Watershed analysis of forest fragmentation by clearcuts and roads in a Wyoming forest
DB Tinker, CAC Resor, GP Beauvais, KF Kipfmueller, CI Fernandes, ...
Landscape ecology 13, 149-165, 1998
Longterm response of disturbance landscapes to human intervention and global change
WL Baker
Landscape Ecology 10, 143-159, 1995
Nonequilibrium dynamics between catastrophic disturbances and old‐growth forests in ponderosa pine landscapes of the Black Hills
DJ Shinneman, WL Baker
Conservation Biology 11 (6), 1276-1288, 1997
The effects of elk on aspen in the winter range in Rocky Mountain National Park
WL Baker, JA Munroe, AE Hessl
Ecography 20 (2), 155-165, 1997
Evaluation of resource selection methods with different definitions of availability
SA McClean, MA Rumble, RM King, WL Baker
The Journal of wildlife management, 793-801, 1998
Fire and restoration of pinon–juniper woodlands in the western United States: a review
WL Baker, DJ Shinneman
Forest Ecology and Management 189 (1-3), 1-21, 2004
Restoration of landscape structure altered by fire suppression
WL Baker
Conservation Biology 8 (3), 763-769, 1994
Fire, fuels and restoration of ponderosa pine–Douglas fir forests in the Rocky Mountains, USA
WL Baker, TT Veblen, RL Sherriff
Journal of Biogeography 34 (2), 251-269, 2007
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