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Barrett, KJ, A Schuetter, JB Cannon, AS Cheng (in press). Effects of collaborative restoration and adaptive management on forest structure and composition the Colorado Front Range. Forest Ecology and Management (accepted Feb 2021, draft available upon request).

Bigelow, SW, CL Looney, JB Cannon (in press). Hurricane effects on climate-adaptive silviculture treatments to longleaf pine woodland in southwestern Georgia, USA. Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research.

Cannon, JB, S Elliott, KJ Warnick-Diaz, JS Briggs (in review). Comparing changes in spatial pattern between collaborative restoration treatments and wildfires in the Colorado Front Range. (submitted Feb 2020, draft available upon request).


Rutledge, BT, JB Cannon, RK McIntyre, AM Holland, SB Jack (2021). Tree-, stand-, and landscape-level factors contributing to hurricane damaging in a coastal plain forest: Post-hurricane assessment in a longleaf pine dominated landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 481:118724.


Cannon, JB, BM Gannon, JA Feinstein, EA Padley, LJ Metz (2020). Incorporating spatially complex restoration objectives in planning and prioritization of dry conifer forests. Landscape Ecology 35: 2301–2319.


Cannon, JB, RK DeAngelis, WT Tinkham, EM Hill, MA Battaglia (2019). Modeling the effects of spatially heterogeneous restoration on the understory light environment in a mixed conifer forest. Invited submission to Forests 10: Paper 1015 [html]

Cannon, JB, BM Gannon, JA Feinstein, BH Wolk (2019). An assessment framework for dry forest conservation. Rangelands 41: 205–210 [html].

Peterson, CJ, GHP Ribeiro, R Negrón-Juárez, D Marra, JQ Chambers, N Higuchi, A Lima, JB Cannon (2019). Estimates of wind speeds necessary to topple central Amazon trees suggest that wind may be an extremely common agent of disturbance. Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 92: 444–459 [html]

Gannon, BM, Y Wei, LH MacDonald, SK Kampf, KW Jones, JB Cannon, BH Wolk, AS Cheng, RN Addington, MP Thompson (2019). Prioritizing fuel reduction for water supply protection. International Journal of Wildland Fire 28: 785–803. [html]

Cannon, JB, SK Henderson, MH Bailey, CJ Peterson (2019). Interactions between wind and fire disturbance in forests: Competing amplifying and buffering effects. Forest Ecology and Management, 436: 117–128. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, BM Gannon, Z Wurtzebach (2019). Report on the potential application of landscape-scale analyses for assistance with Forest planning. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1910. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, BM Gannon, Z Wurtzebach (2019). Application of CFLRP monitoring to Forest Plan Monitoring of the Arapaho Roosevelt National Forest. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute CFRI-1909. [pdf]

Cannon, JB (2019). Application of tools for modeling stand-level restoration effects on landscape-scale heterogeneity: Pilot study for Jefferson County Open Space. CFRI-1907. [pdf]

Morici, K, JB Cannon, B Wolk (2019). Mary’s Lake Monitoring Summary. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1906. [pdf]

Morici, K, B Wolk, AS Cheng, JB Cannon, EC Williams, MD Caggiano, H Brown, CM Hoffman (2019). Colorado Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program Monitoring Final Report. CFRI-1903. [pdf]

Williams, EC, JB Cannon, Upper South Platte Partnership Ecological Resilience Monitoring. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1902. [pdf]

Morici, K, B Wolk, JB Cannon, B Gannon, R Addington (2019). 2018 Ecological Monitoring Report for Peaks to People Water Fund Demonstration Sites. Peaks to People Water Fund. CFRI-1901. [pdf]

Flanagan, S. A., S. Bhotika, C. Hawley, G. Starr, S. Wiesner, J. K. Hiers, J. J. O’Brien, S. Goodrick, M. A. Callaham Jr., R. M. Scheller, K. D. KlepzigR. S. Taylor, and E. L. Loudermilk. 2019. Quantifying carbon and species dynamics under different fire regimes in a southeastern U.S. pineland. Ecosphere 10(6):e02772. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.2772. [pdf]


Cannon, JB, KJ Barrett, BM Gannon, RN Addington, MA Battaglia, PJ Fornwalt, GH Aplet, AS Cheng, JL Underhill, JS Briggs, PM Brown (2018). Effects of collaborative restoration treatments on forest structure and spatial patterns in ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) forests of Colorado. Forest Ecology and Management 424: 191–204. [pdf]

Morici, K, and JB Cannon (2018). Photoload calibration of fine woody fuels in montane forests of Colorado: 2016–2017. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1812. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, KJ Barrett, BM Gannon (2018). Report on the potential application of CFLRP monitoring tools for development of Forest Plan monitoring. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1811. [pdf]

Chambers, ME, and JB Cannon (2018). Uncompahgre Plateau Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program: Ecological Impacts. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1806. [pdf]

Chambers, ME, and JB Cannon (2018). Uncompahgre Plateau CFLRP Gambel oak understory response to mowing and prescribed burning treatments study summary. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1801. [pdf]


Jones KW, JB Cannon, FA Saavedra, SK Kampf, RN Addington, AS Cheng, LH MacDonald, C Wilson, B Wolk (2017). Return on investment from fuel treatments to reduce severe wildfire and erosion in a watershed investment program in Colorado. Journal of Environmental Management 198: 66–77. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, CJ Peterson, JJ O’Brien, JS Brewer (2017). A classification of interactions between forest disturbance from wind and fire. Forest Ecology and Management 409: 381–390. [pdf]

Gannon, B, B Wolk, Y Wei, S Kampf, K Jones, L MacDonald, R Addington, T Cheng, JB Cannon (2017). Connecting forests and water: Fuel treatment assessment and planning tools. Colorado Water 3: 9–11. [pdf]

Barrett, KJ, PM Brown, J Clement, JB Cannon, B Wolk, AS Cheng (2017). Front Range Roundtable Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project: 2017 Ecological Social and Economic Monitoring Plan. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1705. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, ME Chambers, and AS Cheng (2017). Monitoring trends in forest spatial patterns: Uncompahgre Collaborative Landscape Restoration Program. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1703. [pdf]

BoringLR., J. J. Hendricks, RSTaylor, and D. Markewitz. 2017. Ecosystem processes and restoration. Pages 123-139 in LKKirkman, and SBJack (eds.). Ecological Restoration and Management of Longleaf Pine Forests. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. [html]


Cannon, JB, J Hepinstall–Cymerman, CM Godfrey, and CJ Peterson (2016). Landscape-scale patterns of forest tornado damage in mountainous terrain. Landscape Ecology 31: 2097–2114. [pdf]

Ribeiro, G, JQ Chambers, CJ Peterson, SE Trumbore, DM Marra, C Wirth, JB Cannon, RI Negron-Juarez, A Lima, E de Paula, J Santos, N Higuchi (2016). Mechanical vulnerability and resistance to snapping and uprooting for Central Amazon tree species. Forest Ecology and Management 380: 1–10. [html]

Chaudhary, V, M Rúa, A Antoninka, J Bever, JB Cannon, A Craig, et al. (2016). MycoDB: A global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi. Scientific Data 3: 160028. [html]

Chambers, ME, JB Cannon (2016). Uncompahgre Plateau CFLRP Gambel oak understory response to mowing and prescribed burning treatments study summary. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1603. [pdf]

Cannon, JB, KJ Barrett (2016). 2016 Front Range CFLRI Monitoring: Progress, Outcomes, and Recommendations. Colorado Forest Restoration Institute. CFRI-1601. [pdf]

Peterson, CJ, JB Cannon, and CM Godfrey (2016). First steps toward defining the wind disturbance regime in Central Hardwoods Forests. In Natural Disturbances and Historic Range of Variation: Type, Frequency, Severity, and Post-disturbance Structure in Central Hardwood Forests, USA, C. Greenberg and V Collins, eds. Springer. [html]

KirkmanLK., LMGienckeRSTaylorLRBoring, C. L. Staudhammer, and RJMitchell. 2016. Productivity and species richness in longleaf pine woodlands: resource-disturbance influences across an edaphic gradient. Ecology 97:2259-2271. [pdf].


Cannon, JB, MA Barrett, and CJ Peterson (2015). The effect of species, size, failure mode, and fire-scarring on tree stability. Forest Ecology and Management 356: 196–203. [html]

Cannon, JB, and P Brickman (2015). Helping students save: Assigning textbooks early can save money and enhance learning. Journal of College Science Teaching 44: 38–41. [pdf]

Knoepp, J.D., RSTaylorLRBoring, and C. F. Miniat. 2015. Influence of forest disturbance on stable nitrogen isotope ratios in soil and vegetation profiles. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79:1470-1481. [pdf

SmithLL., M. Hinderliter, RSTaylor, and JMHowze. 2015. Recommendation for gopher tortoise burrow buffer to avoid collapse from heavy equipment. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6(2):456-463. [pdf]


Cannon, JB, JJ O’Brien, EL Loudermilk, MB Dickinson, CJ Peterson (2014). The influence of experimental wind disturbance on forest fuels and fire characteristics. Forest Ecology and Management 330, 294—303. [pdf]


Cannon, JB, and JS Brewer (2013). Effects of tornado damage, prescribed fire, and salvage logging on natural oak (Quercus spp.) regeneration in a xeric southern USA coastal plain oak–pine forest. Natural Areas Journal 33: 39–49. [html]

Cannon, JB, CL Cantrell, T Astatkie, and VD Zheljazkov (2013). Modification of yield and composition of essential oils by distillation time. Industrial Crops and Products 41: 214–220. [html]


Brewer, JS, CA Bertz, JB Cannon, JD Chesser, and EE Maynard (2012). Do natural disturbances or the forestry practices that follow them convert forests to early-successional communities? Ecological Applications 22: 442–458. [pdf]


Zheljazkov, VD, CL Cantrell, T Astatkie, and JB Cannon (2011). Lemongrass productivity, oil content, and composition as a function of nitrogen, sulfur, and harvest time. Agronomy Journal 103: 805–812. [pdf]