G. Matt Davies
G. Matt Davies
Associate Professor, The Ohio State University
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Prescribed burning in southern Europe: developing fire management in a dynamic landscape
PM Fernandes, GM Davies, D Ascoli, C Fernández, F Moreira, E Rigolot, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (s1), e4-e14, 2013
2592013
Don’t let spurious accusations of pseudoreplication limit our ability to learn from natural experiments (and other messy kinds of ecological monitoring)
GM Davies, A Gray
Ecology & Evolution, 2015
1942015
Peat consumption and carbon loss due to smouldering wildfire in a temperate peatland
GM Davies, A Gray, G Rein, CJ Legg
Forest Ecology and Management 308, 169-177, 2013
1192013
Trajectories of change in sagebrush-steppe vegetation communities in relation to multiple wildfires
GM Davies, JD Bakker, E Dettweiler-Robinson, PW Dunwiddie, SA Hall, ...
Ecological Applications, 2012
1142012
The role of fire in UK peatland and moorland management: the need for informed, unbiased debate
GM Davies, N Kettridge, CR Stoof, A Gray, D Ascoli, PM Fernandes, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
842016
The future of fire management in the British uplands
MG Davies, A Gray, A Hamilton, CJ Legg
The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 4 (3), 127-147, 2008
722008
Rate of spread of fires in Calluna vulgaris‐dominated moorlands
GM Davies, CJ Legg, AA Smith, AJ MacDonald
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (5), 1054-1063, 2009
702009
Fire intensity, fire severity and ecosystem response in heathlands: factors affecting the regeneration of Calluna vulgaris
G Matt Davies, A Adam Smith, AJ MacDonald, JD Bakker, CJ Legg
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (2), 356-365, 2010
682010
Fuel moisture thresholds in the flammability of Calluna vulgaris
GM Davies, CJ Legg
Fire technology 47 (2), 421-436, 2011
592011
Using visual obstruction to estimate heathland fuel load and structure
GM Davies, A Hamilton, A Smith, CJ Legg
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (3), 380-389, 2008
472008
Perceptions of land‐degradation, forest restoration and fire management: A case study from Malawi
GM Davies, L Pollard, MD Mwenda
Land Degradation & Development 21 (6), 546-556, 2010
392010
Outplanting Wyoming big sagebrush following wildfire: stock performance and economics
E Dettweiler-Robinson, JD Bakker, JR Evans, H Newsome, GM Davies, ...
Rangeland Ecology and Management 66 (6), 657-666, 2013
322013
Relative importance of abiotic, biotic, and disturbance drivers of plant community structure in the sagebrush steppe
RM Mitchell, JD Bakker, JB Vincent, GM Davies
Ecological Applications 27 (3), 756-768, 2017
282017
Developing shrub fire behaviour models in an oceanic climate: Burning in the British uplands
GM Davies, C Legg, A Smith, A MacDonald
Forest Ecology and Management 234, S1, 2006
282006
Comment on:'Burning management and carbon sequestration of upland heather moorland in the UK'
C Legg, GM Davies, A Gray
Soil Research 48 (1), 100-103, 2010
27*2010
The effect of traditional management burning on lichen diversity
DG Matt, CJ Legg
Applied Vegetation Science 11 (4), 529-538, 2008
262008
Developing a fire danger rating system for the United Kingdom
K Kitchen, P Marno, C Legg, M Bruce, GM Davies
Forest Ecology and Management 234 (S1), S21, 2006
262006
Winter desiccation and rapid changes in the live fuel moisture content of Calluna vulgaris
GM Davies, CJ Legg, R O'Hara, AJ MacDonald, AA Smith
Plant Ecology & Diversity 3 (3), 289-299, 2011
202011
Vegetation structure and fire weather influence variation in burn severity and fuel consumption during peatland wildfires
GM Davies, R Domenech, A Gray, PCD Johnson
Biogeosciences 13, 389-398, 2016
192016
Increased fire severity alters initial vegetation regeneration across Calluna-dominated ecosystems
R Grau-Andrés, GM Davies, S Waldron, EM Scott, A Gray
Journal of Environmental Management 231, 1004-1011, 2019
182019
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