Most Recent Additions*

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Can trophic rewilding reduce the impact of fire in a more flammable world?
Andrew M. Barton, Christopher N. Johnson, Lynda D. Prior, Sally Archibald, Helen M. Poulos, Grant J. Williamson, and David M.J.S. Bowman

 

Differences in leaf physiology among juvenile pines and oaks following high-severity wildfire in an Arizona Sky Island Mountain range
Andrew M. Barton, Helen M. Poulos, Graeme P. Berlyn, Dylan W. Schwilk, Charles E. Faires, and Wyatt C. McCurdy

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Do Mixed Fire Regimes Shape Plant Flammability and Post-Fire Recovery Strategies?
Andrew M. Barton, Helen M. Poulos, Jasper A. Slingsby, and David M.J.S. Bowman

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Teaching Matters, Volume 2: Essays by the faculty and staff at the University of Maine at Farmington
Linda Britt (editor), Kathryn A. Foster, Bryce Cundick, Jennifer Reid, Steven W. Quackenbush, Karol K. Maybury, Shana Youngdahl, Misty Krueger, Angela Carter, Scott Erb, Stan Spelecki, Johanna Prince, Pete St. John, Joel King, and Alison Thayer

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Teaching Matters: Essays by UMF Faculty
Linda Britt (editor), Kathryn A. Foster, Kristen Case, Andrew M. Barton, Paul J. Gies, Beth Hatcher, Katrazyna Randall, Nathaniel Teal Minton, C. S. O'Brien, Daniel P. gunn, Steven Pane, Grace Eason, Nicole Coffey Kellett, Michael Molinsky, Johnathan Cohen, Steven W. Quackenbush, Lance Neeper, Theresa Overall, and Grace J. Ward

 

Cooperative Living in the Residence Halls
Farmington State Normal School and University of Maine at Farmington

 

China’s community Fengshui forests: Spiritual ecology and nature conservation
Chris Coggins, Jesse Minor, Bixia Chen, Yaoqi Zhang, Peter Tiso, James Lam, and Cem Gultekin

*Updated as of 02/20/20.