Jerry Franklin

Jerry FranklinJerry Franklin, PhD, is a Professor of Ecosystem Analysis, College of Forest Resources at the  University of Washington, Seattle. He is a world-renowned forest ecologist who has been called “the father of new forestry.” He is a leading authority on sustainable forest management and the maintenance of healthy forest ecosystems, and was responsible for integrating ecological and economic values into harvest strategies. In addition to his research, he has served on numerous committees and working groups, and has been President of the Ecological Society of America. Throughout his distinguished career, he has received numerous awards, including an Award for the Environment from the Heinz Foundation, and a LaRoe Award for lifetime contributions to conservation biology, from the Society for Conservation Biology.

 

Selected Publications

Franklin, Jerry F. 2012. Temporal and Boreal Rainforests . Journal of Forestry 110(3): 170-170

Gustafsson, L., S.C. Baker, J. Bauhus, W.J. Beese, A. Brodie, J. Kouki, D.B. Lindenmayer, A. Lohmus, G. Martinez Pastur, C. Messier, M. Neyland, B. Palik, A. Sverdrup-Thygeson, W.J.A. Volney, A. Wayne, and J.F. Franklin. 2012. Retention forestry to maintain mutifunctional forests: a world perspective. BioScience 62: 633-645

Lindenmayer, D.B., J.F. Franklin, A. Lohmus, S.C. Baker J. Bauhus, W. Beese, A. Brodie, B. Kiehl, J. Kouki, G. Martinez Pastur, C. Messier, M. Neyland, B. Palik, A. Sverdrup-Thygeson, J. Volney, A. Wayne, and L. Gustafsson. 2012. A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues. Conservation Letters 5(6): 421-431

Lindenmayer, D.B., W. Blanchard, L. McBurney, D. Blair, S. Banks, G.E. Likens, J.F. Franklin, W.F. Laurence, J.A.R. Stein, and P. Gibbons. 2012. Interacting factors driving a major loss of large trees with cavities in a forest ecosystem. PLoS One 7(10): e41864

Lindenmayer, David B., William F. Laurence, and Jerry F. Franklin. 2012. Global decline in large old trees. Science 338: 1305-1306

Kane, V. R., R.F. Gersonde, J.A. Lutz, R.J. McGaughey, J.D. Bakker, and J.F. Franklin. 2011. Patch dynamics and the development of structural and spatial heterogeneity in Pacific Northwest forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41: 2276-2291

Perry, David A., Paul F. Hessburg, Carl N. Skinner, Thomas A. Spies, Scott L. Stephens, Alan Henry Taylor, Jerry F. Franklin, Brenda McComb, and Greg Riegel. 2011. The ecology of mixed severity fire regimes in Washington, Oregon, and northern California. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 703-717

Stephenson, Nathan L., Phillip J. van Mantgem, Andrew G. Bunn, Howard Bruner, Mark E. Harmon, Kari B. O’Connell, Dean L. Urban, and Jerry F. Franklin. 2011. Causes and implications of the correlation between forest productivity and tree mortality rates. Ecological Monographs 81(4): 527-555

Swanson, M.E., J.F. Franklin, R.L. Beschta, C.M. Crisafulli, D.A. DellaSalla, R.L. Hutto, D.B. Lindenmeyer, and F.J. Swanson. 2011. The forgotten stage of forest succession: early-successional ecosystems on forest sites. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 117-125

Franklin, J. F. and D. B. Lindenmayer. 2009. Importance of matrix habitats in maintaining biological diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(2):359-350

Likens, G. E., and J. F. Franklin. 2009. Ecosystem thinking in the northern forest—and beyond. BioScience 59(6):511-513

Lutz, J. A., J W. van Wagtendonk, and J. F. Franklin. 2009. Twentieth-century decline of large-diameter trees in Yosemite National Park, California, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 257:2296-2307

Lutz, J. A., J. W. van Wagtendonk, A. E. Thode, J. D. Miller, and J. F. Franklin. 2009. Climate, lightning ignitions, and fire severity in Yosemite National Park, California, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire 18:765-774

Van Mantgem, P. J., N. L. Stephenson, J. C. Byrne, L. D. Daniels, J. F. Franklin, P. Z. Fule, M. E. Harmon, A. J. Larson, J. M. Smith, A. H. Taylor, and T. T. Veblen. 2009. Widespread increase of tree mortality rates in the western United States. Science 323:521-524

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