Roman Dial
Roman Dial
Alaska Pacific University
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Wetland drying and succession across the Kenai Peninsula Lowlands, south-central Alaska
E Klein, EE Berg, R Dial
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (8), 1931-1941, 2005
Theory of marine communities: the intermediate disturbance hypothesis
R Dial, J Roughgarden
Ecology 79 (4), 1412-1424, 1998
Experimental removal of insectivores from rain forest canopy: direct and indirect effects
R Dial, J Roughgarden
Ecology 76 (6), 1821-1834, 1995
Arthropod Abundance, Canopy Structure, and Microclimate in a Bornean Lowland Tropical Rain Forest1
RJ Dial, MDF Ellwood, EC Turner, WA Foster
Biotropica 38 (5), 643-652, 2006
Recent woody invasion of wetlands on the Kenai Peninsula Lowlands, south-central Alaska: a major regime shift after 18 000 years of wet Sphagnum–sedge peat …
EE Berg, KMD Hillman, R Dial, A DeRuwe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39 (11), 2033-2046, 2009
The role of microbes in snowmelt and radiative forcing on an Alaskan icefield
GQ Ganey, MG Loso, AB Burgess, RJ Dial
Nature Geoscience 10 (10), 754-759, 2017
Spatial distribution and abundance of red snow algae on the Harding Icefield, Alaska derived from a satellite image
N Takeuchi, R Dial, S Kohshima, T Segawa, J Uetake
Geophysical research letters 33 (21), 2006
Changes in the alpine forest‐tundra ecotone commensurate with recent warming in southcentral Alaska: Evidence from orthophotos and field plots
RJ Dial, EE Berg, K Timm, A McMahon, J Geck
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112 (G4), 2007
Shrubline but not treeline advance matches climate velocity in montane ecosystems of south‐central Alaska
RJ Dial, T Scott Smeltz, PF Sullivan, CL Rinas, K Timm, JE Geck, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (5), 1841-1856, 2016
Declining growth of deciduous shrubs in the warming climate of continental western Greenland
CM Gamm, PF Sullivan, A Buchwal, RJ Dial, AB Young, DA Watts, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 640-654, 2018
Description of arborist methods for forest canopy access and movement
R Dial, SC Tobin
Selbyana, 24-37, 1994
The distribution of free space and its relation to canopy composition at six forest sites
R Dial, B Bloodworth, A Lee, P Boyne, J Heys
Forest Science 50 (3), 312-325, 2004
Sufficient conditions for rapid range expansion of a boreal conifer
RJ Dial, CT Maher, RE Hewitt, PF Sullivan
Nature 608 (7923), 546-551, 2022
"Extinction or Miscalculation"
RJ Dial
Nature 370, 104-105, 1994
What color should glacier algae be? An ecological role for red carbon in the cryosphere
RJ Dial, GQ Ganey, SMK Skiles
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94 (3), fiy007, 2018
Mapping tall shrub biomass in Alaska at landscape scale using structure-from-motion photogrammetry and lidar
M Alonzo, RJ Dial, BK Schulz, HE Andersen, E Lewis-Clark, BD Cook, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 245, 111841, 2020
A hole in the nematosphere: tardigrades and rotifers dominate the cryoconite hole environment, whereas nematodes are missing
K Zawierucha, DL Porazinska, GF Ficetola, R Ambrosini, G Baccolo, ...
Journal of Zoology 313 (1), 18-36, 2021
Census of bacterial microbiota associated with the glacier ice worm Mesenchytraeus solifugus
T Murakami, T Segawa, D Bodington, R Dial, N Takeuchi, S Kohshima, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 91 (3), fiv003, 2015
Energetic savings and the body size distributions of gliding mammals
R Dial
Evolutionary Ecology Research 5 (8), 1151-1162, 2003
Biological albedo reduction on ice sheets, glaciers, and snowfields
S Hotaling, S Lutz, RJ Dial, AM Anesio, LG Benning, AG Fountain, ...
Earth-science reviews 220, 103728, 2021
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