Bart Johnson
Bart Johnson
Professor of Landscape Architecture
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Quantifying global soil carbon losses in response to warming
TW Crowther, KEO Todd-Brown, CW Rowe, WR Wieder, JC Carey, ...
Nature 540 (7631), 104-108, 2016
Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming
JC Carey, J Tang, PH Templer, KD Kroeger, TW Crowther, AJ Burton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13797-13802, 2016
Genetic diversity and population size in four rare southern Appalachian plant species
MJW Godt, BR Johnson, JL Hamrick
Conservation biology 10 (3), 796-805, 1996
Wildfire risk as a socioecological pathology
AP Fischer, TA Spies, TA Steelman, C Moseley, BR Johnson, JD Bailey, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (5), 276-284, 2016
Ecology and design: frameworks for learning
JB Johnson, R Melnick
Island Press, 2002
Urban greenness influences airborne bacterial community composition
G Mhuireach, BR Johnson, AE Altrichter, J Ladau, JF Meadow, KS Pollard, ...
Science of the total environment 571, 680-687, 2016
Ecology’s new paradigm: What does it offer designers and planners
HR Pulliam, BR Johnson
Ecology and design: Frameworks for learning, 51-84, 2002
Soil respiration response to climate change in Pacific Northwest prairies is mediated by a regional Mediterranean climate gradient
LL Reynolds, BR Johnson, L Pfeifer‐Meister, SD Bridgham
Global change biology 21 (1), 487-500, 2015
Climate change impacts on western Pacific Northwest prairies and savannas
D Bachelet, BR Johnson, SD Bridgham, PV Dunn, HE Anderson, ...
Northwest Science 85 (2), 411-429, 2011
Ecology and Participation in Landscape‐Based Planning Within the Pacific Northwest
BR Johnson, R Campbell
Policy Studies Journal 27 (3), 502-529, 1999
Spatially and socially segmenting private landowner motivations, properties, and management: A typology for the wildland urban interface
M Nielsen-Pincus, RG Ribe, BR Johnson
Landscape and Urban Planning 137, 1-12, 2015
Living on a flammable planet: interdisciplinary, cross-scalar and varied cultural lessons, prospects and challenges
CI Roos, AC Scott, CM Belcher, WG Chaloner, J Aylen, RB Bird, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Anticipating surprise: Using agent-based alternative futures simulation modeling to identify and map surprising fires in the Willamette Valley, Oregon USA
D Hulse, A Branscomb, C Enright, B Johnson, C Evers, J Bolte, A Ager
Landscape and Urban Planning 156, 26-43, 2016
Experimental warming decreases arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization in prairie plants along a Mediterranean climate gradient
H Wilson, BR Johnson, B Bohannan, L Pfeifer-Meister, R Mueller, ...
PeerJ 4, e2083, 2016
Spatiotemporal controls on the urban aerobiome
GÁ Mhuireach, CM Betancourt-Román, JL Green, BR Johnson
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 43, 2019
A new model to simulate climate‐change impacts on forest succession for local land management
GI Yospin, SD Bridgham, RP Neilson, JP Bolte, DM Bachelet, PJ Gould, ...
Ecological applications 25 (1), 226-242, 2015
Pushing the limit: experimental evidence of climate effects on plant range distributions
L Pfeifer-Meister, SD Bridgham, CJ Little, LL Reynolds, ME Goklany, ...
Ecology 94 (10), 2131-2137, 2013
Context-dependent pattern and process: the distribution and competitive dynamics of an invasive grass, Brachypodium sylvaticum
SE Holmes, BA Roy, JP Reed, BR Johnson
Biological Invasions 12 (7), 2303-2318, 2010
Climate change alters plant biogeography in Mediterranean prairies along the West Coast, USA
L Pfeifer‐Meister, SD Bridgham, LL Reynolds, ME Goklany, HE Wilson, ...
Global change biology 22 (2), 845-855, 2016
A scenario-based approach to integrating flow-ecology research with watershed development planning
H Wu, JP Bolte, D Hulse, BR Johnson
Landscape and Urban Planning 144, 74-89, 2015
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