Erin Berryman
Erin Berryman
US Forest Service, FHAAST, Fort Collins (contractor)
Verified email at fs.fed.us
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Complex terrain alters temperature and moisture limitations of forest soil respiration across a semiarid to subalpine gradient
EM Berryman, HR Barnard, HR Adams, MA Burns, E Gallo, PD Brooks
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (4), 707-723, 2015
272015
Adaptation of continuous‐flow cavity ring‐down spectroscopy for batch analysis of ä13C of CO2 and comparison with isotope ratio mass spectrometry
EM Berryman, JD Marshall, T Rahn, SP Cook, M Litvak
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25 (16), 2355-2360, 2011
242011
Decreased carbon limitation of litter respiration in a mortality-affected piñon-juniper woodland
E Berryman, JD Marshall, T Rahn, M Litvak, J Butnor
Biogeosciences, 2013
172013
Extent of localized tree mortality influences soil biogeochemical response in a beetle-infested coniferous forest
BM Brouillard, KM Mikkelson, CM Bokman, EM Berryman, JO Sharp
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 114, 309-318, 2017
152017
Decoupling litter respiration from whole-soil respiration along an elevation gradient in a Rocky Mountain mixed-conifer forest
EM Berryman, JD Marshall, K Kavanagh
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (5), 432-440, 2014
152014
Total belowground carbon flux in subalpine forests is related to leaf area index, soil nitrogen, and tree height
E Berryman, MG Ryan, JB Bradford, TJ Hawbaker, R Birdsey
Ecosphere 7 (8), e01418, 2016
122016
Phosphorus and greenhouse gas dynamics in a drained calcareous wetland soil in Minnesota
EM Berryman, RT Venterea, JM Baker, PR Bloom, B Elf
Journal of environmental quality 38 (5), 2147-2158, 2009
122009
Post-fire erosion control mulches alter belowground processes and nitrate reductase activity of a perennial forb, heartleaf arnica (Arnica cordifolia)
EM Berryman, P Morgan, PR Robichaud, D Page-Dumroese
Res. Note RMRS-RN-69. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest …, 2014
112014
Learn from the burn: the High Park Fire 5 years later
S Miller, C Rhodes, P Robichaud, S Ryan, J Kovecses, C Chambers, ...
Science You Can Use Bulletin, Issue 25. Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain …, 2017
62017
Post-fire wood mulch for reducing erosion potential increases tree seedlings with few impacts on understory plants and soil nitrogen
JL Jonas, E Berryman, B Wolk, P Morgan, PR Robichaud
Forest Ecology and Management 453, 117567, 2019
52019
Estimating soil respiration in a subalpine landscape using point, terrain, climate, and greenness data
EM Berryman, MK Vanderhoof, JB Bradford, TJ Hawbaker, PD Henne, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (10), 3231-3249, 2018
52018
Using a Bayesian framework to account for advection in seven years of snowpack CO2 fluxes in a mortality-impacted subalpine forest
EM Berryman, JM Frank, WJ Massman, MG Ryan
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 249, 420-433, 2018
42018
Fire effects for different slash management techniques in lower montane ponderosa pine forests
E Berryman, M Battaglia, C Hoffman
Research project report, 2015
32015
Tracking rates of postfire conifer regeneration vs. deciduous vegetation recovery across the western United States
MK Vanderhoof, TJ Hawbaker, A Ku, K Merriam, E Berryman, M Cattau
Ecological applications: a publication of the Ecological Society of America …, 2020
22020
Using tree canopy cover data to help estimate acres of damage
E Berryman, A McMahan
In: Potter, Kevin M.; Conkling, Barbara L., eds. Forest health monitoring …, 2019
22019
Soil moisture, temperature, and carbon substrate influences on soil respiration in a piñon-juniper woodland
E Berryman, JD Marshall, T Rahn, ME Litvak
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2010, B23H-0483, 2010
22010
Large-scale patterns of insect and disease activity in the conterminous United States, Alaska, and Hawaii from the national Insect and Disease Survey, 2018
KM Potter, JL Paschke, FH Koch, EM Berryman
Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-250. Asheville, NC: US Department of Agriculture, Forest …, 2020
12020
Climate-and disturbance-driven changes in vegetation composition and structure limit future potential carbon storage in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA
PD Henne, TJ Hawbaker, F Zhao, C Huang, EM Berryman, Z Zhu
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-9509, 2016
12016
Post fire erosion control mulch effects on soil organic matter turnover
E Berryman, D Page-Dumroese, M Jurgensen, P Robichaud
Parte: http://hdl. handle. net/10316.2/34013, 2014
12014
Quantifying Controls on Soil Respiration in Mixed-conifer and Piñon-juniper Ecosystems
EM Berryman
University of Idaho, 2012
12012
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