Brian Harvey

  • Assistant Professor
    • 206-685-9929
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  • Brian J. Harvey

    • Assistant Professor

    Research areas

    B.A., Geography and Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
    M.A., Geography (concentration in Resource Management), San Francisco State University
    Ph.D., Ecology (Dept. of Zoology), University of Wisconsin, Madison

    Brian J. Harvey is currently accepting graduate students. 

    Current Sponsored Projects

    Selected publications

    MG Turner, KH Braziunas, WD Hansen, BJ Harvey. 2019. Short-interval severe fire erodes the resilience of subalpine lodgepole pine forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (23), 11319-11328.

    PE Higuera, AL Metcalf, C Miller, B Buma, DB McWethy, EC Metcalf, … 2019. Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes. BioScience 69 (5), 379-388.

    B Buma, BJ Harvey, DG Gavin, R Kelly, T Loboda, BE McNeil, JR Marlon, … 2019. The value of linking paleoecological and neoecological perspectives to understand spatially-explicit ecosystem resilience. Landscape ecology 34 (1), 17-33.

    RA Andrus, BJ Harvey, RK Chai, TT Veblen. 2018. Different vital rates of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir explain discordance in understory and overstory dominance. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48 (12), 1554-1562.

    RA Andrus, BJ Harvey, KC Rodman, SJ Hart, TT Veblen. 2018. Moisture availability limits subalpine tree establishment. Ecology 99 (3), 567-575.