Richard C Cobb
Richard C Cobb
Assistant Professor: California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
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TitleCited byYear
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285, 2017
1902017
Direct and indirect ecosystem consequences of an invasive pest on forests dominated by eastern hemlock
ML Kizlinski, DA Orwig, RC Cobb, DR Foster
Journal of Biogeography 29 (10‐11), 1489-1503, 2002
1782002
Hemlock woolly adelgid in New England forests: canopy impacts transforming ecosystem processes and landscapes
B Stadler, T Müller, D Orwig, R Cobb
Ecosystems 8 (3), 233-247, 2005
1392005
Multi-year ecosystem response to hemlock woolly adelgid infestation in southern New England forests
DA Orwig, RC Cobb, AW D’Amato, ML Kizlinski, DR Foster
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (4), 834-843, 2008
1262008
Ecosystem transformation by emerging infectious disease: loss of large tanoak from California forests
RC Cobb, JAN Filipe, RK Meentemeyer, CA Gilligan, DM Rizzo
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 712-722, 2012
892012
Apparent competition in canopy trees determined by pathogen transmission rather than susceptibility
RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo
Ecology 91 (2), 327-333, 2010
852010
Landscape epidemiology and control of pathogens with cryptic and long-distance dispersal: sudden oak death in northern Californian forests
JAN Filipe, RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, CA Lee, YS Valachovic, ...
PLoS computational biology 8 (1), e1002328, 2012
782012
Modeling when, where, and how to manage a forest epidemic, motivated by sudden oak death in California
NJ Cunniffe, RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo, CA Gilligan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (20), 5640-5645, 2016
702016
Decomposition of green foliage in eastern hemlock forests of southern New England impacted by hemlock woolly adelgid infestations
RC Cobb, DA Orwig, S Currie
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (5), 1331-1341, 2006
542006
Research frontiers for improving our understanding of drought‐induced tree and forest mortality
H Hartmann, CF Moura, WRL Anderegg, NK Ruehr, Y Salmon, CD Allen, ...
New Phytologist 218 (1), 15-28, 2018
532018
Water and nutrient outflow following the ecological restoration of a ponderosa pine‐bunchgrass ecosystem
JP Kaye, SC Hart, RC Cobb, JE Stone
Restoration Ecology 7 (3), 252-261, 1999
531999
Species shift drives decomposition rates following invasion by hemlock woolly adelgid
RC Cobb
Oikos 119 (8), 1291-1298, 2010
452010
Death in Paris: The Records of the Basse-Geôle de la Seine, October 1795-September 1801, Vendémiaire Year IV-Fructidor Year IX
R Cobb
Oxford University Press, USA, 1978
401978
The emerging science of linked plant–fungal invasions
IA Dickie, JL Bufford, RC Cobb, ML Desprez‐Loustau, G Grelet, PE Hulme, ...
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1314-1332, 2017
392017
Common factors drive disease and coarse woody debris dynamics in forests impacted by sudden oak death
RC Cobb, MN Chan, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo
Ecosystems 15 (2), 242-255, 2012
322012
Spatial estimation of the density and carbon content of host populations for Phytophthora ramorum in California and Oregon
S Lamsal, RC Cobb, JH Cushman, Q Meng, DM Rizzo, RK Meentemeyer
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (6), 989-998, 2011
262011
Mortality and community changes drive sudden oak death impacts on litterfall and soil nitrogen cycling
RC Cobb, VT Eviner, DM Rizzo
New Phytologist 200 (2), 422-431, 2013
252013
Management of invading pathogens should be informed by epidemiology rather than administrative boundaries
RN Thompson, RC Cobb, CA Gilligan, NJ Cunniffe
Ecological modelling 324, 28-32, 2016
242016
Death in Paris
RC Cobb
191978
Ecosystem dynamics and management after forest die‐off: a global synthesis with conceptual state‐and‐transition models
RC Cobb, KX Ruthrof, DD Breshears, F Lloret, T Aakala, HD Adams, ...
Ecosphere 8 (12), e02034, 2017
162017
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