Forest Ecosystems & Society
- Forest Ecology
- Soil Science
Soil moisture and the persistence of tree species in dry forest ecosystems during short-term and long-term drought.
- Seager, ST., Ediger, V., and Davis, EJ. 2015. Aspen Restoration and Social Agreements: An Introductory Guide for Forest Collaboratives in Central and Eastern Oregon. The Nature Conservancy, Portland, OR. 64 p.
- Seager, ST., C. Eisenberg, and S. St. Clair. 2013. Patterns and consequences of ungulate herbivory on aspen in western North America. Forest Ecology and Management 299. 81-90.
- Eisenberg, C., Seager, ST., and D.E. Hibbs. 2013. Wolf, Elk, and Aspen Food Web Relationships: Context and Complexity. Forest Ecology and Management 299, 70-80.
- Seager, ST, Markus, A., and Krommes, A.J. 2013. Aspen Restoration Strategy for the Fremont-Winema National Forest. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 51
- Peterman, W., R. Waring, ST. Seager, and W. Pollock. 2012. Soil Properties affect pinyon-pine – juniper response to drought. Ecohydrology. 6, 455-463.
- Seager, ST. 2010. Quaking aspen persistence in three Oregon landscapes. MSc thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 88 pp.
- Woodbridge, B., K.K. Finley, ST. Seager. 1995. An Investigation of the Swainson’s hawk in Argentina. Journal of Raptor Research 29(3): 202-204.