Gray, Andrew N.
- B.S., 1985, University of Washington, Seattle
- M.S., 1990, University of Washington, Seattle
- Ph.D., 1995, Oregon State University, Corvallis
Plant population ecology; forest succession; fire ecology; understory plant relationships; landscape ecology; adaptive management.
- Joint Fire Sciences Program, “Tree regeneration response to fire restoration in mixed-conifer forest”, $251,053, 2001-2004 (PI).
- USDA Competitive Grants, “Resource heterogeneity and vegetation response with early development in tree-fall gaps”, $201,560, 1996-2000 (Co-PI).
- NSF, “Temporal changes in vegetation and resources in tree-fall gaps”, $74,979,1996-1998 (Co-PI).
Status and trends of forest resources in Washington state; development and dynamics of old-growth forest structure; ecological distributions and management effects on plant diversity; forest gap dynamics.
- Gray, A.N. 2008. Monitoring and assessment of regional impacts from exotic invasive plants in forests of the Pacific coast, USA. Pp 217-235 In Kohli, Ravinder K., Shibu Jose, Harminder P. Singh, and Daizy R. Batish (eds). Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl.
- Zald, H.S.J., A.N. Gray, M. North, and R.A. Kern. 2008. Initial tree regeneration responses to fire and thinning treatments in a Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forest, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 168-179.
- Fiala, A., S. Garman, and A. Gray. 2006. Comparison of five canopy-cover estimation techniques in the western Oregon Cascades. Forest Ecology and Management 232: 188-197.
- Gray, A. 2005. Eight nonnative plants in western Oregon forests: associations with environment and management. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 100: 109–127.
- Gray, A.N., H.S.J. Zald, R.A. Kern, and M. North. 2005. Stand conditions associated with tree regeneration in Sierran mixed-conifer forests. Forest Science 51(3): 198-210.
- Gray, A.N., and D.L. Azuma. 2005. Repeatability and implementation of a forest vegetation indicator. Ecological Indicators 5(1):57-71.
- Gray, A.N. 2003. Monitoring stand structure in mature coastal Douglas-fir forests: effect of plot size. Forest Ecology and Management 175: 1-16.
- Gray, A.N., T.A. Spies, and M.J. Easter. 2002. Microclimatic and soil moisture responses to gap formation in coniferous forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 332-343.
- Gray, A. N. 2000. Adaptive ecosystem management in the Pacific Northwest: a case study from coastal Oregon. Conservation Ecology 4(2): 6. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol4/iss2/art6/.
- Gray, A.N., and T.A. Spies. 1997. Microsite controls on tree seedling establishment in conifer forest canopy gaps. Ecology 78(8):2458-2473.
- Gray, A.N., and J.F. Franklin. 1997. Effects of multiple fires on the structure of southwestern Washington forests. Northwest Science 71(3): 174-185.
- Gray, A.N., and T.A. Spies. 1996. Gap size, within-gap position, and canopy structure effects on conifer seedling establishment. Journal of Ecology 84(5): 635-645.
- Gray, A.N., and T.A. Spies. 1995. Water content measurement in decayed wood and forest soils using time domain reflectometry. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25(3): 376-385.