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 Réjou-Méchain, M., and 66 co-authors, including A.J. Larson. 2014. Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks. Biogeosciences Discuss. 11: 5711-5742. doi:10.5194/bgd-11-5711-2014.
Note: In review and open discussion until June 17, 2014.
 Lutz, J.A., A.J. Larson, T.J. Furniss, D.C. Donato, J.A. Freund, M.E. Swanson, K.J. Bible, J. Chen, and J.F. Franklin. 2014. Spatially non-random tree mortality and ingrowth maintain equilibrium pattern in an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest. Ecology. (doi)
 Freund, J.A., J.F. Franklin, A.J. Larson, and J.A. Lutz. 2014. Multi-decadal establishment for single-cohort Douglas-fir forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. (doi)
 Lutz, J.A., K.A. Schwindt, T.J. Furniss, J.A. Freund, M.E. Swanson, K.I. Hogan, G.E. Kenagy, and A.J. Larson. 2014. Community composition and allometry of Leucothoe davisiae, Cornus sericea, and Chrysolepis sempervirens. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. (doi)
 Hopkins, T.M., A.J. Larson, and R.T. Belote. 2013. Contrasting effects of wildfire and ecological restoration in old-growth western larch forests. Forest Science. (doi)
 Lutz, J.A., A.J. Larson, J.A. Freund, M.E. Swanson, and K.J. Bible. 2013. The importance of large-diameter trees to forest structural heterogeneity. PLoS ONE 8(12):e82784 (doi)
 Larson, A.J. 2013. Greater risk of physical damage caused by debris fall to understory plants and tree seedlings in old-growth than in young forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43: 1203-1206 (doi)
 Larson, A.J., R.T. Belote, M. Williamson, and G. Aplet. 2013. Making monitoring count: project design for active adaptive management. Journal of Forestry 111: 348-356. (doi)
 Larson, A.J., R.T. Belote, C.A. Cansler, S.A. Parks, and M.S. Dietz. 2013. Latent resilience in ponderosa pine forest: effects of resumed frequent fire. Ecological Applications 23: 1243-1249. (pdf)
Award: 2013 National Wilderness Award for Excellence in Wilderness Stewardship Research
 Chisholm, R.A., H.C. Muller-Landau, K. Abd. Rahman, D.P. Bebber, Y. Bin, S.A. Bohlman, N.A. Bourg, J. Brinks, N. Brokaw, S. Bunyavejchewin, N. Butt, H. Cao, M. Cao, D. Cárdenas, L.W. Chang, J.M. Chiang, G. Chuyong, R. Condit, H.S. Dattaraja, S. Davies, A. Duque, C. Fletcher, C.V.S. Gunatilleke, I.A.U.N. Gunatilleke, Z. Hao, R.D. Harrison, R. Howe, C.F. Hsieh, S. Hubbell, A. Itoh, D. Kenfack, S. Kiratiprayoon, A.J. Larson, J. Lian, D. Lin, H. Liu, J.A. Lutz, K. Ma, Y. Malhi, S. McMahon, W. McShea, M. Meegaskumbura, S.M. Razman, M.D. Morecroft, C. Nytch, A. Oliveira, G.R. Parker, S. Pulla, R. Punchi-Manage, H. Romero, W. Sang, J. Schurman, S.H. Su, R. Sukumar, I.F. Sun, H.S. Suresh, S. Tan, D. Thomas, S. Thomas, J. Thompson, R. Valencia, A. Vicentini, A. Wolf, S. Yap, W. Ye, Z. Yuan, J. Zimmerma. 2013. Scale-dependent relationships between species richness and ecosystem function in forests. Journal of Ecology 101: 1214-1224. (doi)
Commentary: Journal of Ecology Editor's Choice
 Churchill, D.J., A.J. Larson, M.C. Dahlgreen, J.F. Franklin, P.F. Hessburg, and J.A. Lutz. 2013. Restoring forest resilience: from reference spatial patterns to silvicultural prescriptions and monitoring. Forest Ecology and Management 291: 442-457. (doi)
Supporting information: Implementation Guide for Managers
 Gabrielson, A.T., A.J. Larson, J.A. Lutz, and J.J. Reardon. 2012. Biomass and burning characteristics of sugar pine cones. Fire Ecology 8: 58-70. (pdf)
 Larson, A.J., K. Stover, and C.R. Keyes. 2012. Effects of restoration thinning on spatial heterogeneity in mixed conifer forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42: 1505-1517. (pdf)
Selected media coverage: Missoulian; Flathead Beacon
 Lutz J.A., A.J. Larson, M.E. Swanson, J.A. Freund. 2012. Ecological importance of large-diameter trees in a temperate mixed-conifer forest. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36131. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036131
Selected media coverage: Science Daily; Oregonian; New York Times; Fresno Bee; American Forests; full media coverage from PLoS ONE
 Larson, A.J. and D. Churchill. 2012. Tree spatial patterns in fire-frequent forests of western North America, including mechanisms of pattern formation and implications for designing fuel reduction and restoration treatments. Forest Ecology and Management 267: 74-92. (DOI)
 Larson, A.J. and J.F. Franklin. 2010. The tree mortality regime in temperate old-growth coniferous forests: the role of physical damage. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40:2091-2103. (DOI) (pdf)
 van Mantgem, P.J., N.L. Stephenson, J.C. Byrne, L.D. Daniels, J.F. Franklin, P.Z. Fulé, M.E. Harmon, A.J. Larson, J.M. Smith, A.H. Taylor, and T.T. Veblen. 2009. Widespread increase of tree mortality rates in the western United States. Science 323:521-524. (DOI)
Selected media coverage: New York Times; Seattle Times; BBC; LA Times; CNN; MSNBC; Science Daily; CBC; NPR
 Larson, A.J. and D. Churchill. 2008. Spatial patterns of overstory trees in late-successional conifer forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:2814-2825. (DOI)
 Larson, A.J., J.A. Lutz, R.F. Gersonde, J.F. Franklin, and F.F. Hietpas. 2008. Potential site productivity influences the rate of forest structural development. Ecological Applications 18:899-910. (DOI) (pdf)
 Larson, A.J. and J.F. Franklin. 2006. Structural segregation and scales of spatial dependency in Abies amabilis forests. Journal of Vegetation Science 17:489-498. (DOI)
 Larson, A.J. and J.F. Franklin. 2005. Patterns of conifer tree regeneration following an autumn wildfire event in the western Oregon Cascade Range, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 218:25-36. (DOI)
 Cansler, C.A. and A.J. Larson. 2013. Book review: Prescribed burning in fire-prone landscapes. Fire Ecology 9(3): 100. (pdf)
 Larson, A.J. and N. Dawson. 2011. Beyond the classroom: UM students attend WPEF conference. Nutcracker Notes 21: 6. (pdf)
 Larson, A.J. and J.F. Franklin. 2010. Rates and causes of western redcedar and yellow-cedar mortality in old-growth forests of Mount Rainier National Park. Pages 71-75 in C.A. Harrington, Technical Coordinator. A tale of two cedars: International symposium on western redcedar and yellow-cedar. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-828.