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PUBLICATIONS BY YEAR

Johnson, E.A. 1975. Buried seed populations in the subarctic forest east of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories. Canadian Journal of Botany 53: 2933-2941. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and J.S. Rowe. 1975. Fire in the subarctic wintering ground of the Beverley Caribou Herd.  American Midland Naturalist 94: 1-14. [pdf]

Rowe, J.S., D. Spittlehouse, E.A. Johnson, and M. Jasieniuk. 1975. Fire studies in the upper MacKenzie Valley and adjacent Precambrian uplands. Arctic Land Use Research. Information Canada, 177 pp.

Johnson, E.A., and J.S. Rowe. 1977. Fire and vegetation change in the western subarctic. Arctic Land Use Research Program, Northern Natural Resources and Environment Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Minister of Supply and Services Canada, Catalogue No. R71-18/76-1. Information Canada, 64 pp. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1977a. A multivariate analysis of the niches of plant populations in raised bogs. I. Niche dimensions. Canadian Journal of Botany 55: 1201-1210. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1977b. A multivariate analysis of the niches of plant populations in raised bogs. II. Niche width and overlap. Canadian Journal of Botany 55: 1211-1220. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1979a. Fire recurrence in the subarctic and its implications for vegetation composition. Canadian Journal of Botany 57: 1374-1379. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1979b. Review: Succession an unfinished revolution. Ecology 60: 238-240. [pdf]

Jasieniuk, M.A., and E.A. Johnson. 1979. Vascular flora of the Caribou Range, Northwest Territories, Canada. Rhodora 81: 249-274. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1980. Fire recurrence and vegetation in the lichen woodlands of the Northwest Territories, Canada.  pp. 110-114.  In Proceedings of the Fire History Workshop  (M.A. Stokes and J.H. Dieterich, Eds.). Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, General Technical Report RM-81. Fort Collins, CO. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1981. Vegetation organization and dynamics of lichen woodland communities in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Ecology 62: 200-215. [pdf]

Jasieniuk, M.A., and E.A. Johnson. 1982. Peatland vegetation organization and dynamics in the western subarctic, Northwest Territories, Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 60: 2573-2581. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1983. The role of history in determining vegetation composition: an example in the western subarctic. In Treeline Ecology: Proceedings of the Northern Quebec Tree-Line Conference (P. Morisset and S. Payette, Eds.). Centre d’études Nordiques, Université Laval, Québec, QC. [pdf]

Wilkinson, K., and E.A. Johnson. 1983. Distribution of prairies and solonetzic soils in the Peace River District, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Botany 61: 1851-1860. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 1985. Disturbance: the process and the response. An epilogue. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15: 292-293. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and C.E. Van Wagner. 1985. The theory and use of two fire history models. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15: 214-220. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., L. Hogg, and C.S. Carlson. 1985. Snow avalanche frequency and velocity for the Kananaskis Valley in the Canadian Rockies. Cold Regions Science and Technology 10: 141-151. [pdf]

Gore, A.P., E.A. Johnson, and H.P. Lo. 1985. Estimating the time a dead tree has been on the ground.  Ecology 66: 1981-1983. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1986. Dispersal capacity and seed production in anemochorous plants.  Oecologia 68: 629-631. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and M.A. Pruden. 1986. Strengthening increment corer extractors. Canadian Journal of Botany 64: 1512-1514. [pdf]

Pruden, M.A., G.I. Fryer, and E.A. Johnson. 1986. Fire frequency and old trees in the southern Canadian Rockies. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ecological Aspects of Tree-Ring Analysis (G.C. Jacoby and J.W. Hornback, Eds.) Conf - 8608144. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research. Available from National Technical Information Service, Washington, DC.

Johnson, E.A. 1987. The relative importance of snow avalanche disturbance and thinning on canopy plant populations. Ecology 68: 43-53. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and G.I. Fryer. 1987. Historical vegetation change in the Kananaskis Valley, Canadian Rockies. Canadian Journal of Botany 65: 853-858. [pdf]

Fryer, G.I., and E.A. Johnson. 1988. Reconstructing fire behaviour and effects in a subalpine forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 25: 1063-1072. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1989a. Particulate diffusion models and the dispersal of seeds by the wind.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4: 191-192. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1989b. A model of wind dispersal of winged or plumed seeds.  Ecology 70: 339-347. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and G.I. Fryer. 1989. Population dynamics in lodgepole pine - Engelmann spruce forests. Ecology 70: 1335-1345. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., G.I. Fryer, and M.J. Heathcott. 1990. The influence of man and climate on frequency of fire in the Interior Wet Belt Forest, British Columbia. Journal of Ecology 78: 403-412. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1990a. The aerodynamics of plumed seeds. Functional Ecology 4: 117-128. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1990b. The dispersal of winged fruits and seeds differing in autorotative behaviour. Canadian Journal of Botany 68: 2693-2697. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and D.F. Greene. 1991. A method for studying dead bole dynamics in Pinus contorta var. latifolia - Picea engelmannii forests. Journal of Vegetation Science 2: 523-530. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and C.P.S. Larsen. 1991. Climatically-induced change in fire frequency in the southern Canadian Rockies. Ecology 72: 194-201. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 1991. Fire and population dynamics of lodgepole pine and Engelmann spruce forests in the southern Canadian Rockies. In N. Nakagoshi and F.B. Golley (eds.) The Ecology of Pine and Spruce Forests. SPB Academic Publ. bv, The Hague, Netherlands. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1992a. Fruit abscission in Acer saccharinum with reference to seed dispersal. Canadian Journal of Botany 70: 2277-2283. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1992b. Can the variation in samara mass and terminal velocity on an individual plant affect the distribution of dispersal distances? American Naturalist 139: 825-838. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and G.I. Fryer. 1992. Physical characterization of seed microsites—movement on the ground. Journal of Ecology 80: 823-836. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1993. Seed mass and dispersal capacity in wind-dispersed diaspores.  Oikos 67: 69-74. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and S.L. Gutsell. 1993. Heat budget and fire behaviour associated with the opening of serotinous cones in two Pinus species. Journal of Vegetation Science 4: 745-750. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and D.R. Wowchuk. 1993. Wildfires in the southern Canadian Rocky Mountains and their relationship to mid-tropospheric anomalies. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: 1213-1222. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1994. Estimating the mean annual seed production of trees. Ecology 75: 642-647. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and S.L. Gutsell. 1994. Fire frequency models, methods and interpretations. Advances in Ecological Research 25: 239-283. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and H. Kleb. 1994. The hazards of interpretation of static age structures as shown by stand reconstructions in Pinus contorta - Picea engelmannii forest.  Journal of Ecology 82: 923-931. [pdf]

Bessie, W.C., and E.A. Johnson. 1995. The relative importance of fuels and weather on fire behavior in subalpine forests. Ecology 76: 747-762. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1995. Long distance wind dispersal of tree seeds. Canadian Journal of Botany 73: 1036‑1045. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 1995. The need for consideration of fire behavior and effects in prescribed burning. Restoration Ecology 3: 271-278. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 1995. Forest fires and conservation. In R. Paehlke (ed.) Conservation and Environmentalism: an Encyclopedia. Garland Publ. Inc., New York, NY. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and J.M.H. Weir.  1995.  Old growth, disturbance, and ecosystem management. Canadian Journal of Botany 73: 918-926. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1996. Wind dispersal of seeds from a forest into a clearing. Ecology 77: 595-609. [pdf]

Gutsell, S.L., and E.A. Johnson. 1996. How fire scars are formed: coupling a disturbance process to its ecological effect. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26: 166-174. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and G.I. Fryer. 1996. Why Engelmann spruce does not have a persistent seedbank. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26: 872-878. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and J.M.H. Weir. 1996. Old-growth, disturbance, and ecosystem management: Reply.  Canadian Journal of Botany 74: 511. [pdf]

Nash, C.H., and E.A. Johnson. 1996. Synoptic climatology of lightning-caused forest fires in subalpine and boreal forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 26: 1859-1874. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1997. Secondary dispersal of tree seeds on snow. Journal of Ecology 85: 329-340. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1998. Seed mass and early survivorship of tree species in upland clearings and shelterwoods. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28: 1307-1316. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and J.M.H. Weir. 1998. Wildfires in the western Canadian boreal forest:  Landscape patterns and ecosystem management. Journal of Vegetation Science 9: 603-610. [pdf]

Weir, J.M.H., and E.A. Johnson. 1998. Effects of escaped settlement fires and logging on forest composition in the mixedwood boreal forest.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28: 459-467. [pdf]

Paine, R.T., M.J. Tegner, and E.A. Johnson. 1998. Compounded perturbations yield ecological surprises.  Ecosystems 1: 535-545. [pdf]

Reed, W.J., C.P.S. Larsen, E.A. Johnson, and G.M. MacDonald.  1998.  Estimation of temporal variation in fire frequency from time-since-fire data.  Forest Science 44: 465-475. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 1999. Modelling recruitment of Populus tremuloides, Pinus banksiana,and Picea mariana following fire in the mixedwood boreal forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29: 462-473. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 1999.  Subarctic lichen woodlands, pp. 421-436 in R. Anderson, J. Fralish and J. Baskin.(eds.) Savanna, Barren and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 1999. Sustainable forest management. pp. 135-142 in A. Farina (ed.) Perspectives in Ecology. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and N. O’Brien. 1999. Long-term reconstruction of the fire season in the mixedwood boreal forest of western Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 77: 1185-1188. [pdf]

Reed, W.J., and E.A. Johnson. 1999. Reply—Reverse cumulative standing age distributions in fire frequency analysis. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29: 1812-1815. [pdf]

Bridge, S.R.J., and E.A. Johnson. 2000. Geomorphic principles of terrain organization and vegetation gradients. Journal of Vegetation Science 11: 57-70. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 2000. Tree recruitment from burn edges. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 1264-1274. [pdf]

Webster, K.L., and E.A. Johnson. 2000. The importance of regional dynamics in local populations of limber pine (Pinus flexilis). Ecoscience 7: 175-182. [pdf]

Weir, J.M.H., E.A. Johnson, and K. Miyanishi. 2000. Fire frequency and the spatial age mosaic of the mixedwood boreal forest in Western Canada. Ecological Applications 10: 1162-1177. [pdf]

Gutsell, S.L., E.A. Johnson, K. Miyanishi, J. Keeley, M. Dickinson, and S.R.J. Bridge. 2001. Varied ecosystems need different fire protection. Nature 409: 977. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., K. Miyanishi, and S.R.J. Bridge. 2001. Wildfire regime in the boreal forest and the idea of suppression and fuel buildup. Conservation Biology 15: 1554-1557. [pdf]

Miyanishi, K., and E.A. Johnson. 2001. A re-examination of the effects of fire suppression in the boreal forest.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 1462-1466. [pdf]

Chipman, S.J., and E.A. Johnson. 2002. Understory vascular plant species diversity in the mixedwood boreal forest of western Canada. Ecological Applications 12: 588-601. [pdf]

Dymond, C.C., and E.A. Johnson. 2002. Mapping vegetation spatial patterns from modeled water, temperature and solar radiation gradients. Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 57: 69-85. [pdf]

Gutsell, S.L., and E.A. Johnson. 2002. Accurately ageing trees and examining their height-growth rates: implications for interpreting forest dynamics. Journal of Ecology 90: 153-166. [pdf]

Miyanishi, K., and E.A. Johnson. 2002. Process and patterns of duff consumption in the mixedwood boreal forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 1285-1295. [pdf]

Miyanishi, K., S.R.J. Bridge, and E.A. Johnson. 2002. Wildfire regime in the boreal forest. Conservation Biology 16: 1177-1178. [pdf]

Warren, A.J., M.J. Collins, E.A. Johnson, and P.F. Ehlers. 2002. Managing uncertainty in a geospatial model of biodiversity. pp. 167-185 in G.M. Foody, and P.M. Atkinson (eds.) Uncertainty in Remote Sensing and GIS.  John Wiley and Sons Inc., Hoboken, NJ.

Johnson, E.A. 2003. Towards a sounder fire ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 271 (This is part of four articles in a series which I organized.) [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and M.A. Cochrane. 2003. Disturbance regime interactions. pp. 39-44 in L.J. Hannah and T.E. Lovejoy (eds.) Climate Change and Biodiversity: Synergistic Impacts. Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science No. 4. Center for Applied Biodiversity Sciences, Washington, DC. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., H. Morin, K. Miyanishi, R. Gagnon, and D.F. Greene. 2003. A process approach to understanding disturbance and forest dynamics for sustainable forestry.  pp. 261-306 in V. Adamowicz, P. Burton, C. Messier, and D. Smith (eds.) Towards Sustainable Management of the Boreal Forest.  NRC Press, Ottawa, ON. [pdf]

Dickinson, M.B., and E.A. Johnson. 2004. Temperature-dependent rate models of vascular cambium cell mortality. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 546-559. [pdf]

Greene, D.F., and E.A. Johnson. 2004. Modelling the temporal variation in the seed production of North American trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:65-75. [pdf]

Moritz, M.A., J.E. Keeley, E.A. Johnson, and A.A. Schaffner. 2004. Testing a basic assumption of shrubland fire management: how important is fuel age?  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2: 67-72. [pdf]

Reed, W.J., and E.A. Johnson. 2004. Statistical methods for estimating historical fire frequency from multiple fire-scar data. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 2306-2313. [pdf]

Tchir, T.L., E.A. Johnson, and K. Miyanishi. 2004. A model of fragmentation in the Canadian Boreal forest.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 2248-2262. [pdf]

Tchir, T.L., and E.A. Johnson. 2004. The history of deforestation in North America. In UNESCO Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, Paris.

Drake, B.G., L. Hughes, E.A. Johnson, B.A. Seibel, M.A. Cochrane, V.J. Fabry, D. Rasse, and L. Hannah. 2005. Synergistic effects. pp. 296-316 in T.E. Lovejoy and L.J. Hannah (eds.) Climate Change and Biodiversity. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. [pdf]

Bridge, S.R.J., K. Miyanishi, and E.A. Johnson. 2005. A critical evaluation of fire suppression effects in the boreal forest of Ontario. Forest Science 51: 41-50. [pd]

Simonson, J.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2005. Development of the cultural landscape in the forest-grassland transition in southern Alberta controlled by topographic variables. Journal of Vegetation Science 16: 523-532. [pdf]

Charron, I., and E.A. Johnson. 2006. The importance of fires and floods on tree ages along mountainous gravel-bed streams. Ecological Applications 16: 1757-1770. [pdf]

Macias Fauria, M., and E.A. Johnson. 2006. Large-scale climatic patterns control large lightning fire occurrence in Canada and Alaska forest regions. Journal of Geophysical Research 111, G04008, doi: 10.1029/2006JG000181. [pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2006a. Foliage influences forced convection heat transfer in conifer branches and buds. New Phytologist 170: 87-98. With Commentary on this paper by J. Grace. 2006. The temperature of buds may be higher than you thought. New Phytologist 170: 1-3. [pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2006b. A heat transfer model of crown scorch in forest fires. Canadian Journal of  Forest Research 36: 2839-2851. [pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2007. How forest fires kill trees: A review of the fundamental biophysical processes. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 22: 500-515. [pdf]

Richards, S., and E.A. Johnson. 2007. Using decomposition rates to infer how far back tree populations can be reconstructed. Ecology 88: 1582-1586. [pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2008. A biophysical process model of tree mortality in surface fires. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38: 2013-2029. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 2008a. Creating new landscapes and ecosystems: The Alberta Oil Sands. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1134: 120-145. [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 2008b. Testing the assumptions of chronosequences in succession. Ecology Letters 11: 419-431. [pdf]

Macias Fauria M., and E.A. Johnson. 2008. Climate and wildfires in the North American boreal forest. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 363: 2317–2329. [pdf]

Ruckstuhl, K.E., E.A. Johnson, and K. Miyanishi. 2008. Introduction. The boreal forest and global change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 363: 2245-2249.  [pdf]

Choczynska, J.J., and E.A. Johnson. 2009. A soil heat and water transfer model to predict belowground grass rhizome bud death in a grass fire. Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 277-287. [pdf]

Keeley, J.E., G.H. Aplet, N. L. Christensen, S.G. Conard, E.A. Johnson, P.N. Omi, D.L. Peterson, and T.W. Swetnam. 2009. Ecological Foundations for Fire Management in North American Forest and Shrubland Ecosystems. United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-779. [pdf]

Macias Fauria, M., and E.A. Johnson. 2009. Large-scale climatic patterns and area affected by mountain pine beetle in British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research 114: G01012, doi:10.1029/2008JG000760. [pdf]

Straube, D., E.A. Johnson, D. Parkinson, S. Scheu and N. Eisenhauer. 2009. Nonlinearity of effects of invasive ecosystem engineers on abiotic soil properties and soil biota. Oikos doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.17405.x. [pdf]

Gallaway, J.M., Y.E. Martin, and E.A. Johnson. 2009. Sediment transport due to tree root throw: Integrating tree population dynamics, wildfire and geomorphic response. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms34: 1255–1269. Published online at www.interscience.wiley.com DOI: 10.1002/esp.1813. [pdf]

Eisenhauer, N., D. Straube, E.A. Johnson, D. Parkinson, and S. Scheu. 2009. Exotic ecosystem engineers change the emergence of plants from the seed bank of a deciduous forest ecosystem. Ecosystems 12: 1008–1016. Published online at Springerlink.com DOI: 10.1007/s10021-009-9275-z. [pdf]

Nairn-Birch, N., D. Diez, E. Eslami, M. Macias Fauria, E.A. Johnson, and F.P. Schoenberg. 2009. Simulation and estimation of probabilities of phases of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation. Environmetrics. Published online at www.interscience.wiley.com DOI: 10.1002/env.1030. [pdf]

Keith, D.M., E.A. Johnson, and C. Valeo. 2010a. A hillslope forest floor (duff) water budget and the transition to local control. Hydrological Processes 24: 2738–2751. (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7697). [pdf]

Keith, D.M., E.A. Johnson, and C. Valeo. 2010b. Moisture cycles of the forest floor organic layer (F and H layers) during drying. Water Resources Research 46: Article Number: W07529 (doi:10.1029/2009WR007984). [pdf]

Macias Fauria, M., S.T. Michaletz, and E.A. Johnson. 2010. Predicting climate change effects on wildfires requires linking processes across scales. WIREs Climate Change DOI: 10.1002/wcc.92. [pdf]

Eisenhauer, N., K. Yee, E.A. Johnson, M. Maraun, D. Parkinson, D. Straube, and S. Scheu. 2011. Positive relationship between herbaceous layer diversity and the performance of soil biota in a temperate forest. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43: 462-465.

Charron, I., E.A. Johnson, and Y.E. Martin. 2011. Tree establishment on bars in low-order gravel-bed mountain streams. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36: 1522-1533. [pdf]

Wilske, B., and E.A. Johnson. 2011. Measuring unsaturated hydraulic conductivity (K(cm)) of the F and H soil organic layers at small matric potential (cm). Canadian Journal of Soil Science 91: 965-968. [pdf]

Martin, Y.E., E.A. Johnson, J.M. Gallaway, and O. Chaikina. 2011. Negligible soil erosion in a burned mountain watershed, Canadian Rockies: Field and modelling investigations considering the role of duff. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36: 2097-2113. [pdf]

Raaflaub, L.D., C. Valeo, and E.A. Johnson. 2012. Slope effects on the spatial variations in duff moisture. Ecohydrology 5: 819-825. DOI: 10.1002/eco.272.[pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., E.A. Johnson, and M.T. Tyree. 2012. Moving beyond the cambium necrosis hypothesis of post-fire tree mortality: cavitation and deformation of xylem in forest fires. New Phytologist 193: 254-263. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.04021.x). [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and K. Miyanishi. 2012. The boreal forest as a cultural landscape. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1249: 151-165. [pdf]

Chase, M.N., E.A. Johnson, and Y.E. Martin. 2012. The influence of geomorphic processes on plant distribution and abundance as reflected in plant tolerance curves. Ecological Monographs 82: 429–447.[pdf]

Martin, Y.E., and E.A. Johnson. 2012. Biogeosciences survey: Studying interactions of the biosphere with the lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere. Progress in Physical Geography 36: 833–852.[pdf]

Michaletz, S.T., E.A. Johnson, W.E. Mell, and D.F. Greene. 2013. Timing of fire relative to seed development controls availability of non-serotinous aerial seed banks. Biogeoscience 10: 5061–5078.[pdf]

Martin, Y.E., E.A. Johnson, and O. Chaikina. 2013. Interplay between field observations and numerical modeling to understand temporal pulsing of tree root throw process, Canadian Rockies, Canada. Geomorphology. Available online 20 April 2013 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.04.017)[pdf]

Dickinson, M.B., E.A. Johnson, and R. Artiaga. 2013. Fire spread probabilities for experimental beds composed of mixedwood boreal forest fuels. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43: 321-220.[pdf]

Johnson, E.A., and Y.E. Martin. 2013. Process models in A.-H. El-Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch (eds.) Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470057339.vnn155. Published online 1/15/2013. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9780470057339) [pdf]

Johnson, E.A. 2013. Forest ecology in A.-H. El-Shaarawi and W. Piegorsch (eds.) Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470057339.vnn137. Published online 1/15/2013. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9780470057339) [pdf]

Johnson, E.A., D.M. Keith, and Y.E. Martin. 2013. Comparing duff and drought codes in the Canadian fire weather index to measured water content and a water budget model. Forest Science 59: 78-92. [pdf]

Macias-Fauria, M., and E.A. Johnson. 2013. Warming-induced upslope advance of subalpine forest is severely limited by geomorphic processes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110: 8117-8122. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1221278110. [pdf]

Mori, A.S., and E.A. Johnson. 2013. Assessing possible shifts in wildfire regimes under a changing climate in mountainous landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 875-886. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2013.09.036. [pdf]

Hoffmann, T., T. Müller, E.A. Johnson, and Y.E. Martin. 2013. Postglacial adjustment of steep, low-order drainage basins, Canadian Rocky Mountains. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118: 1-17. doi: 10.1002/2013JF002846. [pdf]

Hoffmann, U., T. Hoffmann, E.A. Johnson, and N.J. Kuhn. 2014. Assessment of variability and uncertainty of soil organic carbon in a mountainous boreal forest (Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alberta). Catena 113: 107-121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2013.09.009. [pdf]