Fire Ecology and Prescribed Fire Publications

Staff Publications

Robertson, K.M. and W.J. Platt. 1991. Effects of fire on Bromeliads in tropical hammocks of Everglades National Park, Florida. Selbyana 13:39-49.

Robertson, K.M. and W.J. Platt. 2001.  Effects of multiple disturbances (fire, hurricane) on epiphyte-substrate associations in subtropical forests, Everglades National Park, Florida, USA.  Biotropica 33:573-582.

Robertson, K.M. and T.E. Ostertag.  2003.  Fuel characteristics and fire behavior predictions in native and old-field pinelands in the Red Hills Region, southwest Georgia.  Proceedings of the 2nd International Wildland Fire and Fire Management Congress,Orlando, FL. (accessed December 2007).

Masters, R.E., K.M. Robertson, W.E. Palmer, J. Cox, K. McGorty, L. Green, and C. Ambrose. 2003. Red Hills Forest Stewardship Guide. Tall Timbers Research, Inc., Tallahassee, FL.

Robertson, K.M. and T.E. Ostertag. 2004. Problems with the test of effects of prescribed burning on amphibian diversity.  Conservation Biology 18:613.

Palmer, W.E., K.M. Robertson, and R.E. Masters.  2004.  The culture of fire in the southeast.  Pages 354-368 in: Rahn, J. (ed.).  Transactions of the Sixty-ninth North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.  March 16-20, 2004, Spokane, WA. Wildlife Management Institute.  Pp. 826.

Borchert, R., K. Robertson, M. D. Schwartz, and G. Williams-Linera.  2005. Phenology of temperate trees in tropical climates.  International Journal of Biometeorology 50:57-65.

Robertson, K.M. and T.E. Ostertag. 2006. Effects of land use on fuel characteristics and fire behavior in pinelands of southwest Georgia. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings 23:181-191.

Ostertag, T.E. and K.M. Robertson.  2006.  A comparison of native versus old-field vegation in upland pinelands managed with frequent fire, south Georgia, USA.  Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings 23:109-120.

Cox, J., K.M. Robertson, S. Jones, and A. Reckford. 2006.  Monitoring Prescribed Burning on Public Lands in Florida.  Final Report to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.  Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida.

Robertson, K.M. and T.E. Ostertag. 2007. Biomass equations for hardwood resprouts in fire-maintained pinelands in the southeastern U.S.  Forest Ecology and Management, in review.

Robertson, K.M. and T.E. Ostertag. 2009. Biomass equations for hardwood resprouts in fire-maintained pinelands in the southeastern U.S. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 33:121-128.

Carr, S.M., K.M. Robertson, W.J. Platt, and W. Peet. 2009. A model of geographic, environmental, and regional variation in vegetation composition of pyrogenic pinelands of Florida. Journal of Biogeography 36:1600-1612.

Carr, S.M., K.M. Robertson, and R.K. Peet. 2009. A vegetation classification of fire-dependent pinelands of Florida. Castanea 75:153-189.

Royer, D.L., L.A. Meyerson, K.M. Robertson, and J.M. Adams. 2009. Phenotypic plasticity of leaf shape morphology along a temperature gradient in Acer rubrum. PLoS ONE 4(10): e7653. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007653.

Robertson, K.M., K.E.M. Galley, and R.E. Masters (eds). 2010. Proceedings of the 24th Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference: The future of prescribed fire: public awareness, health, and safety. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 185 p.

Picotte, J.J. and K.M. Robertson. 2010. Remote sensing of wildland fire burned area in southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain habitats. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings 24:86-93.

Hsieh, Y.P., G. Bugna, and K.M. Robertson. 2010. Chemical signature of biomass burning emitted PM2.5 and the detection of its presence in the air by a rapid method. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings 24:73-78.

Picotte, J.J. and K.M. Robertson. 2011. Validation of remote sensing of burn severity in south-eastern U.S. ecosystems. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20:453-464.

French, N.H.F., W. de Groot, L.K. Jenkins, E. Alvarado, B. Amiro, B. de Jong, S. Goetz, E. Hoy, E. Hyer, E.S. Kasischke, R. Keane, B.E. Law, D. McKenzie, S.G. McNulty, R. Ottmar, D.P. Salicrup, J. Randerson, K.M. Robertson, B.M. Rogers, M. Turetsky, and G. van der Werf. 2011. Estimating wildland fire emissions for carbon cycle science. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, G00K05, doi:10.1029/2010JG001469.

Picotte, J.J. and K.M. Robertson. 2011. Timing constraints on remote sensing of wildland fire burned area in the southeastern U.S. Remote Sensing 3:1680-1690, doi:10.3390/rs3081680.

Glitzenstein, J.S., D.R. Streng, R.E. Masters, K.M. Robertson, and S.M. Hermann. 2012. Fire-frequency effects on vegetation in north Florida pinelands: Another look at the long-term Stoddard Fire Research Plots at Tall Timbers Research Station. Forest Ecology and Management 264:197-209.

Reid, A.M. and K.M. Robertson. 2012. Energy content of common fuels in upland pine savannas of the southeastern U.S. and their application to fire behavior modeling. International Journal of Wildland Fire 21:591-595.

Reid, A.M., K.M. Robertson, and T.L. Hmielowski. 2012. Predicting litter and live herb fuel consumption during prescribed fires in native and old-field upland pine communities of the southeastern United States. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:1622-1622.

Tang, C.Q., Y. Yang, M. Ohsawa, A. Momohara, J. Mu and K.M. Robertson. 2013. Survival of a Tertiary relict species, Liriodendron chinense (Magnoliaceae), in southern China, with special reference to village Fengshui forests. American Journal of Botany 100:2112-2119.

Robertson, K.M. and T.L. Hmielowski. 2014. Effects of fire frequency and season on resprouting of woody plants in southeastern US pine-grassland communities. Oecologia 174:765-776.

Hmielowski, T.L., K.M. Robertson and W.J. Platt. 2014. Influence of season and method of topkill on resprouting characteristics and biomass of Quercus nigra saplings from a southeastern U.S. pine-grassland ecosystem. Plant Ecology 215:1221-1231.

Robertson, K.M., Y.P. Hsieh and G.C. Bugna. 2014. Fire environment effects on particulate matter emission factors in southeastern U.S. pine-grasslands. Atmospheric Environment 99:104-111.

Stewart, J.F., R.E. Will, K.M. Robertson and C.D. Nelson. 2015. Frequent fire protects shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) from introgression by loblolly pine (P. taeda). Conservation Genetics 16:491-495.

Robertson, K.M., H.M. Poulos, A.E. Camp and M. Tyrrell. 2015. Introduction to Fire Ecology of the Northeast: Restoring Native and Cultural Ecosystems. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34:1-5.

Bried, J.T., N.A. Gifford and K.M. Robertson. 2015. Predicted crown fire risk adds incentive to restore open-canopy pine barrens at the wildland-urban interface. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34:147-167.

Huffman, J.M. and M.T. Rother. 2017. Dendrochronological field methods for fire history in pine ecosystems of the Southeastern Coastal Plain. Tree-Ring Research 73(1): 42–46.

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