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Anu Kramer
U Wisconsin - Madison
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Rapid growth of the US wildland-urban interface raises wildfire risk
VC Radeloff, DP Helmers, HA Kramer, MH Mockrin, PM Alexandre, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (13), 3314-3319, 2018
9412018
High wildfire damage in interface communities in California
HA Kramer, MH Mockrin, PM Alexandre, VC Radeloff
International journal of wildland fire 28 (9), 641-650, 2019
1432019
Where wildfires destroy buildings in the US relative to the wildland–urban interface and national fire outreach programs
HA Kramer, MH Mockrin, PM Alexandre, SI Stewart, VC Radeloff
International journal of wildland fire 27 (5), 329-341, 2018
1072018
Habitat selection by spotted owls after a megafire reflects their adaptation to historical frequent-fire regimes
GM Jones, HA Kramer, SA Whitmore, WJ Berigan, DJ Tempel, CM Wood, ...
Landscape Ecology 35, 1199-1213, 2020
622020
Quantifying ladder fuels: A new approach using LiDAR
HA Kramer, BM Collins, M Kelly, SL Stephens
Forests 5 (6), 1432-1453, 2014
602014
Modeling hazardous fire potential within a completed fuel treatment network in the northern Sierra Nevada
BM Collins, HA Kramer, K Menning, C Dillingham, D Saah, PA Stine, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 156-166, 2013
592013
California spotted owl habitat selection in a fire-managed landscape suggests conservation benefit of restoring historical fire regimes
A Kramer, GM Jones, SA Whitmore, JJ Keane, FA Atuo, BP Dotters, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 479, 118576, 2021
502021
Estimating ladder fuels: a new approach combining field photography with LiDAR
HA Kramer, BM Collins, FK Lake, MK Jakubowski, SL Stephens, M Kelly
Remote Sensing 8 (9), 766, 2016
402016
Megafire causes persistent loss of an old‐forest species
GM Jones, HA Kramer, WJ Berigan, SA Whitmore, RJ Gutiérrez, MZ Peery
Animal Conservation 24 (6), 925-936, 2021
382021
Rapid WUI growth in a natural amenity-rich region in central-western Patagonia, Argentina
MM Godoy, S Martinuzzi, HA Kramer, GE Defossé, J Argañaraz, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 28 (7), 473-484, 2019
372019
Post-wildfire rebuilding and new development in California indicates minimal adaptation to fire risk
HA Kramer, V Butsic, MH Mockrin, C Ramirez-Reyes, PM Alexandre, ...
Land Use Policy 107, 105502, 2021
202021
Environmental and dispersal controls of an annual plant’s distribution: how similar are patterns and apparent processes at two spatial scales?
HAC Kramer, DM Montgomery, VM Eckhart, MA Geber
Plant Ecology 212, 1887-1899, 2011
182011
Arresting the spread of invasive species in continental systems
DF Hofstadter, NF Kryshak, CM Wood, BP Dotters, KN Roberts, KG Kelly, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20 (5), 278-284, 2022
172022
Noisy neighbors and reticent residents: Distinguishing resident from non-resident individuals to improve passive acoustic monitoring
DS Reid, CM Wood, SA Whitmore, WJ Berigan, JJ Keane, SC Sawyer, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 28, e01710, 2021
162021
Megafire effects on spotted owls: elucidation of a growing threat and a response to Hanson et al.(2018)
GM Jones, RJ Gutiérrez, HA Kramer, DJ Tempel, WJ Berigan, ...
Nature Conservation 37, 31-51, 2019
142019
Elevational gradients strongly mediate habitat selection patterns in a nocturnal predator
HA Kramer, GM Jones, VR Kane, B Bartl‐Geller, JT Kane, SA Whitmore, ...
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03500, 2021
132021
Accessible light detection and ranging: estimating large tree density for habitat identification
HA Kramer, BM Collins, CV Gallagher, J J. Keane, SL Stephens, M Kelly
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01593, 2016
122016
Rising wildfire risk to houses in the United States, especially in grasslands and shrublands
VC Radeloff, MH Mockrin, D Helmers, A Carlson, TJ Hawbaker, ...
Science 382 (6671), 702-707, 2023
112023
Spotted owl foraging patterns following fuels treatments, Sierra Nevada, California
CV Gallagher, JJ Keane, PA Shaklee, HA Kramer, R Gerrard
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (2), 487-501, 2019
112019
Large trees and forest heterogeneity facilitate prey capture by California Spotted Owls
CJ Zulla, HA Kramer, GM Jones, JJ Keane, KN Roberts, BP Dotters, ...
Ornithological Applications 124 (3), duac024, 2022
92022
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