Forest Ecology and Management

Papers
(The H4-Index of Forest Ecology and Management is 41. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Tamm Review: Influence of forest management activities on soil organic carbon stocks: A knowledge synthesis351
Devastating outbreak of bark beetles in the Czech Republic: Drivers, impacts, and management implications145
The greater resilience of mixed forests to drought mainly depends on their composition: Analysis along a climate gradient across Europe116
Responses to drought stress in Prunus sargentii and Larix kaempferi seedlings using morphological and physiological parameters113
Individual tree detection and species classification of Amazonian palms using UAV images and deep learning104
The impact of fire on soil-dwelling biota: A review100
Decomposition and transformations along the continuum from litter to soil organic matter in forest soils100
Terrain gradient variations in ecosystem services of different vegetation types in mountainous regions: Vegetation resource conservation and sustainable development97
Mechanisms of forest resilience90
Forest fire susceptibility mapping via multi-criteria decision analysis techniques for Mugla, Turkey: A comparative analysis of VIKOR and TOPSIS84
What is the potential for replacing monocultures with mixed-species stands to enhance ecosystem services in boreal forests in Fennoscandia?82
Early detection of pine wilt disease using deep learning algorithms and UAV-based multispectral imagery81
Application of conventional UAV-based high-throughput object detection to the early diagnosis of pine wilt disease by deep learning76
Tamm review: Leaf Area Index (LAI) is both a determinant and a consequence of important processes in vegetation canopies69
Economic valuation of ecosystem services from secondary tropical forests: trade-offs and implications for policy making64
Tamm Review: Deep fine roots in forest ecosystems: Why dig deeper?63
Soil organic matter, nitrogen and pH driven change in bacterial community following forest conversion63
Impacts of climate change scenarios on European ash tree (Fraxinus excelsior L.) in Turkey62
Remote sensing of temperate and boreal forest phenology: A review of progress, challenges and opportunities in the intercomparison of in-situ and satellite phenological metrics58
Operational resilience in western US frequent-fire forests57
Tamm review: Does salvage logging mitigate subsequent forest disturbances?54
Tamm review: The effects of prescribed fire on wildfire regimes and impacts: A framework for comparison53
The importance of Indigenous cultural burning in forested regions of the Pacific West, USA51
Bees in the trees: Diverse spring fauna in temperate forest edge canopies51
Ecological restoration projects did not increase the value of all ecosystem services in Northeast China50
The impact of tree canopy structure on understory variation in a boreal forest50
Open forest ecosystems: An excluded state49
Variable thinning and prescribed fire influence tree mortality and growth during and after a severe drought49
Satellite evidence for China's leading role in restoring vegetation productivity over global karst ecosystems48
Forest thinning increases soil carbon stocks in China46
Change in forest condition: Characterizing non-stand replacing disturbances using time series satellite imagery45
Functional traits indicate a continuum of tree drought strategies across a soil water availability gradient in a tropical dry forest45
Climate and large-sized trees, but not diversity, drive above-ground biomass in subtropical forests44
Biological control of emerging forest diseases: How can we move from dreams to reality?44
Fire from policy, human interventions, or biophysical factors? Temporal–spatial patterns of forest fire in southwestern China43
Tamm Review: Postfire landscape management in frequent-fire conifer forests of the southwestern United States43
Mass fire behavior created by extensive tree mortality and high tree density not predicted by operational fire behavior models in the southern Sierra Nevada43
A comparison of five methods to assess embolism resistance in trees42
Litter manipulation effects on microbial communities and enzymatic activities vary with soil depth in a subtropical Chinese fir plantation41
Impacts and uncertainties of climate change projections on Eucalyptus plantations productivity across Brazil41
Forests of the future: Climate change impacts and implications for carbon storage in the Pacific Northwest, USA41
Mixing with broad-leaved trees shapes the rhizosphere soil fungal communities of coniferous tree species in subtropical forests41
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