Benjamin S Ramage
Benjamin S Ramage
Assistant Professor, Randolph-Macon College
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Silviculture in an uncertain world: utilizing multi-aged management systems to integrate disturbance
KL O'Hara, BS Ramage
Forestry 86 (4), 401-410, 2013
1582013
Do we practice what we preach? Goal setting for ecological restoration
LM Hallett, S Diver, MV Eitzel, JJ Olson, BS Ramage, H Sardinas, ...
Restoration Ecology 21 (3), 312-319, 2013
1232013
Pseudoreplication in Tropical Forests and the Resulting Effects on Biodiversity Conservation
BS Ramage, D Sheil, HMW Salim, C Fletcher, NZA Mustafa, ...
Conservation Biology, 2013
1122013
Slow recovery of a secondary tropical forest in Southeast Asia
SC Chua, BS Ramage, KM Ngo, MD Potts, SKY Lum
Forest Ecology and Management 308, 153-160, 2013
422013
The role of fire in the competitive dynamics of coast redwood forests
BS Ramage, KL O'Hara, BT Caldwell
Ecosphere 1 (6), 1-18, 2010
412010
Relationships between urban tree communities and the biomes in which they reside
BS Ramage, LA Roman, JS Dukes
Applied Vegetation Science, 2012
392012
Forest transformation resulting from an exotic pathogen: regeneration and tanoak mortality in coast redwood stands affected by sudden oak death
BS Ramage, KL O’Hara, AB Forrestel
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (4), 763-772, 2011
332011
Greenhouse Gas Mitigation on Marginal Land: A Quantitative Review of the Relative Benefits of Forest Recovery versus Biofuel Production
SG Evans, BS Ramage, TL DiRocco, MD Potts
Environmental science & technology 49 (4), 2503-2511, 2015
312015
Harvesting Carbon from Eastern US Forests: Opportunities and Impacts of an Expanding Bioenergy Industry
SC Davis, M Dietze, E DeLucia, C Field, SP Hamburg, S Loarie, W Parton, ...
Forests 3 (2), 370-397, 2012
272012
Disease, fuels and potential fire behavior: Impacts of Sudden Oak Death in two coastal California forest types
AB Forrestel, BS Ramage, T Moody, MA Moritz, SL Stephens
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 23-30, 2015
252015
Conserving tropical biodiversity via strategic spatiotemporal harvest planning
BS Ramage, EC Marshalek, J Kitzes, MD Potts
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (6), 1301-1310, 2013
212013
Sudden oak death disease progression across two forest types and spatial scales
BS Ramage, AB Forrestel, MA Moritz, KL O'Hara
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (1), 151-163, 2012
202012
Sudden oak death-induced tanoak mortality in coast redwood forests: Current and predicted impacts to stand structure
BS Ramage, KL O’Hara
Forests 1 (3), 114-130, 2010
202010
Sapling growth rates reveal conspecific negative density dependence in a temperate forest
BS Ramage, DJ Johnson, E Gonzalez‐Akre, WJ McShea, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (19), 7661-7671, 2017
192017
Soil degradation and feedback processes affect long‐term recovery of tropical secondary forests
SC Chua, BS Ramage, MD Potts
Journal of Vegetation Science 27 (4), 800-811, 2016
142016
Integrating harvest scheduling and reserve design to improve biodiversity conservation
EC Marshalek, BS Ramage, MD Potts
Ecological Modelling 287, 27-35, 2014
112014
Optimized Floating Refugia: a new strategy for species conservation in production forest landscapes
BS Ramage, J Kitzes, EC Marshalek, MD Potts
Biodiversity and Conservation 22 (3), 789-801, 2013
92013
Accountable Accounting: Carbon-Based Management on Marginal Lands
TL DiRocco, BS Ramage, SG Evans, MD Potts
Forests 5 (4), 847-861, 2014
82014
Conspecific negative density dependence in American beech
BS Ramage, IJ Mangana
Forest Ecosystems 4 (8), 1-8, 2017
72017
Using Habitat Characteristics to Predict Faunal Diversity in Tropical Production Forests
TY Lam, C Fletcher, BS Ramage, HM Doll, CL Joann, AM Nur‐Zati, ...
Biotropica 46 (1), 50-57, 2014
72014
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