David Orwig
David Orwig
Harvard University, Harvard Forest
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Loss of foundation species: consequences for the structure and dynamics of forested ecosystems
AM Ellison, MS Bank, BD Clinton, EA Colburn, K Elliott, CR Ford, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (9), 479-486, 2005
Responses of insect pests, pathogens, and invasive plant species to climate change in the forests of northeastern North America: what can we predict?
JS Dukes, J Pontius, D Orwig, JR Garnas, VL Rodgers, N Brazee, ...
Canadian journal of forest research 39 (2), 231-248, 2009
Forest response to the introduced hemlock woolly adelgid in southern New England, USA
DA Orwig, DR Foster
Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 60-73, 1998
CTFS‐Forest GEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, SJ Davies, AC Bennett, EB Gonzalez‐Akre, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 528-549, 2015
Landscape patterns of hemlock decline in New England due to the introduced hemlock woolly adelgid
DA Orwig, DR Foster, DL Mausel
Journal of Biogeography 29 (10‐11), 1475-1487, 2002
Global importance of large‐diameter trees
JA Lutz, TJ Furniss, DJ Johnson, SJ Davies, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (7), 849-864, 2018
Variation in radial growth responses to drought among species, site, and canopy strata
DA Orwig, MD Abrams
Trees 11, 474-484, 1997
Nonnative forest insects and pathogens in the United States: Impacts and policy options
GM Lovett, M Weiss, AM Liebhold, TP Holmes, B Leung, KF Lambert, ...
Ecological applications 26 (5), 1437-1455, 2016
Dendroecological analysis of successional dynamics for a presettlement-origin white-pine-mixed-oak forest in the southern Appalachians, USA
MD Abrams, DA Orwig, TE Demeo
Journal of Ecology, 123-133, 1995
Avian response to removal of a forest dominant: consequences of hemlock woolly adelgid infestations
MW Tingley, DA Orwig, R Field, G Motzkin
Journal of Biogeography 29 (10‐11), 1505-1516, 2002
Plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale
JA LaManna, SA Mangan, A Alonso, NA Bourg, WY Brockelman, ...
Science 356 (6345), 1389-1392, 2017
Direct and indirect ecosystem consequences of an invasive pest on forests dominated by eastern hemlock
ML Kizlinski, DA Orwig, RC Cobb, DR Foster
Journal of Biogeography 29 (10‐11), 1489-1503, 2002
A 300-year history of disturbance and canopy recruitment for co-occurring white pine and hemlock on the Allegheny Plateau, USA
MD Abrams, DA Orwig
Journal of Ecology, 353-363, 1996
Preemptive and salvage harvesting of New England forests: when doing nothing is a viable alternative
DR Foster, DA Orwig
Conservation Biology 20 (4), 959-970, 2006
An invasive urban forest pest invades natural environments—Asian longhorned beetle in northeastern US hardwood forests
KJ Dodds, DA Orwig
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (9), 1729-1742, 2011
Hemlock woolly adelgid in New England forests: canopy impacts transforming ecosystem processes and landscapes
B Stadler, T Müller, D Orwig, R Cobb
Ecosystems 8, 233-247, 2005
Multi-year ecosystem response to hemlock woolly adelgid infestation in southern New England forests
DA Orwig, RC Cobb, AW D’Amato, ML Kizlinski, DR Foster
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (4), 834-843, 2008
Land-use history (1720–1992), composition, and dynamics of oak–pine forests within the Piedmont and Coastal Plain of northern Virginia
DA Orwig, MD Abrams
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (6), 1216-1225, 1994
The legacy of episodic climatic events in shaping temperate, broadleaf forests
N Pederson, JM Dyer, RW McEwan, AE Hessl, CJ Mock, DA Orwig, ...
Ecological Monographs 84 (4), 599-620, 2014
Oak, chestnut and fire: climatic and cultural controls of long‐term forest dynamics in New England, USA
DR Foster, S Clayden, DA Orwig, B Hall, S Barry
Journal of Biogeography 29 (10‐11), 1359-1379, 2002
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