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Dr. Jesse Morris

Research Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
University of Utah
260 S. Central Campus Drive
Room 270
84112 Salt Lake City
Utah
USA

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Expertise & Interests

Official PAGES function(s)        Forest Dynamics Steering Group member and EcoRe3 Steering Committee member
PAGES interests        EcoRe3, Forest Dynamics, Global Paleofire
 
Topics        Biogeochemical processes, Carbon cycle, Climate dynamics, Climate variability, Ecosystem processes, Fire, Forests, Human impacts & interactions, Monsoon, Water
Timescales        Anthropocene (last 100 years), Future projection, Holocene, Last millennia, Last glacial cycle, Observational period
Regions        Antarctic region, Arctic, Asia, Australasia, Mid-latitude Northern Hemisphere, North America
Archives        Documentary records, Instrumental records, Lake sediments, Loess, Peat, Tree rings
Sector        Academia / Education, Outreach/Communication, Research, Science management, Science policy
Discipline        (Micro)paleontology, (Paleo)climatology, (Paleo)ecology, Palynology, Sedimentology

 

Publications

Morris JL, KK McLauchlan, & PE Higuera (2015). Sensitivity and complacency of sedimentary biogeochemical records to landscape disturbances. Earth-Science Reviews 148: 121–133.

Morris JL, RJ DeRose, & AR Brunelle (2015). Long-term perspectives on landscape change from a subalpine forest in central Utah, USA. Forest Ecosystems 2: 1–12.

Morris JL, M Väliranta, Ü Sillasoo, ES Tuittila, & A Korhola (2015). Re-evaluation of Late Holocene fire histories from three boreal bogs suggest a linkage between bog fires and climate. Boreas 44: 60–67.

Kranabetter JM, KK McLauchlan, S Enders, J Fraterrigo, PE Higuera, JL Morris, E Rastetter, R Barnes, B Buma, DG Gavin, L Gerhart, L Gillson, P Hietz, MC Mack, B McNeil, & SS Perakis (2015). A framework to assess biogeochemical response to ecosystem disturbance using nutrient partitioning ratios. Ecosystems: doi:10.1007/s10021-015-9934-1.

Morris JL, CJ Courtney-Mustaphi, VA Carter, J Watt, K Derr, MFJ Pisaric, RS Anderson, & AR Brunelle (2015). Do bark beetle remains in lake sediments correspond to severe outbreaks? A review of published & ongoing work. Quaternary International 378: 74–86.

Seddon AWR, AW MacKay, AG Baker, HJB Birks, E Breman, CE Buck, EC Ellis, CA Froyd, J Gill, L Gillson, EA Johnson, VJ Jones, S Juggins, M Macias-Fauria, K Mills, JL Morris, D Noguès-Bravo, SW Punyasena, TP Roland, AJ Tanentzap, KJ Willis, & the Palaeo50 Working Group (2014). Identification of fifty priority research questions in palaeoecology. Journal of Ecology 102: 256–267.

Morris JL, JR Mueller, A Nurse, CJ Long, & KK McLauchlan (2014). Holocene fire regimes, vegetation, and biogeochemistry of an ecotone site in the Great Lakes Region of North America. Journal of Vegetation Science 25: 1450–464.

McLauchlan KK, PE Higuera, DG Gavin, SS Perakis, MC Mack, H Alexander, J Battles, F Biondi, B Buma, D Colombaroli, S Enders, DR Engstrom, FS Hu, JR Marlon, J Marshall, M McGlone, JL Morris, LE Nave, BN Shuman, E Smithwick, DH Urrego, DA Wardle, CJ Williams, & JJ Williams (2014). Reconstructing disturbances and their biogeochemical consequences over multiple timescales. BioScience 64: 105–116.

Morris JL (2013). Using lake sediment records to reconstruct bark beetle disturbances in western North America. Frontiers of Biogeography 5: 219–226.

Morris JL, PC le Roux, AN Macharia, AR Brunelle, EG Hebertson, & Z Lundeen (2013). Organic, elemental, and geochemical contributions to lake sediment deposits during severe spruce beetle disturbances. Forest Ecology and Management 289: 78–89.

Fang K, JL Morris, JS Solonen, PA Miller, H Renssen, MT Sykes, & H Seppä (2013). Comparison of proxy reconstructions and model simulations of Arctic treeline dynamics in Fennoscandia and European Russia. Journal of Quaternary Science 28: 595–604.

Morris JL, AR Brunelle, RJ DeRose, H Seppä, MJ Power, VA Carter, & R Bares (2013). Using quantitative fire regime zones on a high-resolution lake sediment record from western North America. Quaternary Research 79: 24–36.

Morris JL, AR Brunelle, AS Munson, J Spencer, & MJ Power (2013). Holocene vegetation and disturbance reconstructions from the Aquarius Plateau, Utah, USA. Quaternary International 310: 111–123.

Davis BAS, JO Kaplan, T Giesecke, H Sepp?, S Brewer, ... JL Morris, et al. (2013). The European modern pollen database project. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 22: 521–530.

Morris JL & AR Brunelle (2012). Pollen accumulation in lake sediments during historic spruce beetle disturbances in subalpine forests of southern Utah, USA. The Holocene 22: 961–974.

Morris JL, AR Brunelle, & AS Munson (2010). Pollen evidence of late Holocene disturbance on the Wasatch Plateau, UT. Western North American Naturalist 70: 175–188.