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Sarah E. Gergel
Sarah E. Gergel
Professor, Forest & Conservation Sciences, University of British Columbia
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Biogeochemical hot spots and hot moments at the interface of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
ME McClain, EW Boyer, CL Dent, SE Gergel, NB Grimm, PM Groffman, ...
Ecosystems, 301-312, 2003
22462003
Landscape indicators of human impacts to riverine systems
SE Gergel, MG Turner, JR Miller, JM Melack, EH Stanley
Aquatic sciences 64 (2), 118-128, 2002
5932002
Aerial photography: a rapidly evolving tool for ecological management
JL Morgan, SE Gergel, NC Coops
BioScience 60 (1), 47-59, 2010
3672010
Dissolved organic carbon as an indicator of the scale of watershed influence on lakes and rivers
SE Gergel, MG Turner, TK Kratz
Ecological Applications 9 (4), 1377-1390, 1999
3471999
Learning landscape ecology: a practical guide to concepts and techniques
SE Gergel, MG Turner
Springer, 2017
2862017
Application of high spatial resolution satellite imagery for riparian and forest ecosystem classification
K Johansen, NC Coops, SE Gergel, Y Stange
Remote sensing of Environment 110 (1), 29-44, 2007
2852007
Relative impacts of disturbance and temperature: persistent changes in microenvironment and vegetation in retrogressive thaw slumps
TC Lantz, SV Kokelj, SE Gergel, GHR Henry
Global Change Biology 15 (7), 1664-1675, 2009
1932009
Merging aquatic and terrestrial perspectives of nutrient biogeochemistry
NB Grimm, SE Gergel, WH McDowell, EW Boyer, CL Dent, P Groffman, ...
Oecologia 137 (4), 485-501, 2003
1652003
Multitemporal remote sensing of landscape dynamics and pattern change: describing natural and anthropogenic trends
SN Gillanders, NC Coops, MA Wulder, SE Gergel, T Nelson
Progress in physical geography 32 (5), 503-528, 2008
1622008
Consequences of human‐altered floods: levees, floods, and floodplain forests along the Wisconsin River
SE Gergel, MD Dixon, MG Turner
Ecological applications 12 (6), 1755-1770, 2002
1552002
Response of green alder (Alnus viridis subsp. fruticosa) patch dynamics and plant community composition to fire and regional temperature in north‐western Canada
TC Lantz, SE Gergel, GHR Henry
Journal of Biogeography 37 (8), 1597-1610, 2010
1232010
Map misclassification can cause large errors in landscape pattern indices: examples from habitat fragmentation
WT Langford, SE Gergel, TG Dietterich, W Cohen
Ecosystems 9 (3), 474-488, 2006
1232006
Ecosystem service trade-offs and synergies misunderstood without landscape history
SA Tomscha, SE Gergel
Ecology and Society 21 (1), 2016
1112016
Distribution and abundance of trees in floodplain forests of the Wisconsin River: environmental influences at different scales
MG Turner, SE Gergel, MD Dixon, JR Miller
Journal of vegetation science 15 (6), 729-738, 2004
1102004
Spatial and non-spatial factors: when do they affect landscape indicators of watershed loading?
SE Gergel
Landscape Ecology 20 (2), 177-189, 2005
1092005
Spatial heterogeneity in the shrub tundra ecotone in the Mackenzie Delta region, Northwest Territories: implications for Arctic environmental change
TC Lantz, SE Gergel, SV Kokelj
Ecosystems 13 (2), 194-204, 2010
1082010
Assessing changes in forest fragmentation following infestation using time series Landsat imagery
NC Coops, SN Gillanders, MA Wulder, SE Gergel, T Nelson, NR Goodwin
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (12), 2355-2365, 2010
892010
What is the value of a good map? An example using high spatial resolution imagery to aid riparian restoration
SE Gergel, Y Stange, NC Coops, K Johansen, KR Kirby
Ecosystems 10 (5), 688-702, 2007
762007
Testing assumptions of cost surface analysis—a tool for invasive species management
EK Gonzales, SE Gergel
Landscape Ecology 22 (8), 1155-1168, 2007
742007
Estimation of standing dead tree class distributions in northwest coastal forests using lidar remote sensing
CW Bater, NC Coops, SE Gergel, V LeMay, D Collins
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (6), 1080-1091, 2009
722009
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