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David Shankman
David Shankman
Professor Emeritus of Geography, University of Alabama
Verified email at ua.edu
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Excessive reliance on afforestation in China's arid and semi-arid regions: lessons in ecological restoration
S Cao, L Chen, D Shankman, C Wang, X Wang, H Zhang
Earth-Science Reviews 104 (4), 240-245, 2011
5572011
Flood frequency in China's Poyang Lake region: trends and teleconnections
D Shankman, BD Keim, J Song
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2006
3482006
Strategic assessment of the magnitude and impacts of sand mining in Poyang Lake, China
J de Leeuw, D Shankman, G Wu, WF de Boer, J Burnham, Q He, H Yesou, ...
Regional Environmental Change 10 (2), 95-102, 2010
1992010
Sand mining and increasing Poyang Lake’s discharge ability: A reassessment of causes for lake decline in China
X Lai, D Shankman, C Huber, H Yesou, Q Huang, J Jiang
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1698-1706, 2014
1792014
Landscape changes and increasing flood frequency in China's Poyang Lake region
D Shankman, Q Liang
The Professional Geographer 55 (4), 434-445, 2003
1562003
Greening china naturally
S Cao, G Sun, Z Zhang, L Chen, Q Feng, B Fu, S McNulty, D Shankman, ...
Ambio 40 (7), 828-831, 2011
1102011
Channel migration and vegetation patterns in the southeastern coastal plain
D Shankman
Conservation Biology 7 (1), 176-183, 1993
1101993
Impact of the Three-Gorges Dam and water transfer project on Changjiang floods
T Nakayama, D Shankman
Global and Planetary Change 100, 38-50, 2013
1002013
Seedling establishment by conifers above tree limit on Niwot Ridge, Front Range, Colorado, USA
C Daly, D Shankman
Arctic and Alpine Research 17 (4), 389-400, 1985
941985
Stream channelization and changing vegetation patterns in the US Coastal Plain
D Shankman
Geographical Review, 216-232, 1996
611996
Discharge response to channelization of a coastal plain stream
D Shankman, TB Pugh
Wetlands 12 (3), 157-162, 1992
441992
Tree regeneration following fire as evidence of timberline stability in the Colorado Front Range, USA
D Shankman
Arctic and Alpine Research 16 (4), 413-417, 1984
441984
River management, landuse change, and future flood risk in China's Poyang Lake region
D Shankman, L Davis, J De Leeuw
International Journal of River Basin Management 7 (4), 423-431, 2009
402009
Forest regeneration above tree limit depressed by fire in the Colorado Front Range
D Shankman, C Daly
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 272-279, 1988
401988
Channel migration and regeneration of bald cypress in western Tennessee
D Shankman, LG Drake
Physical Geography 11 (4), 343-352, 1990
371990
The Fall Line: a Physiographic‐Forest Vegetation Boundary
D Shankman, JL Hart
Geographical Review 97 (4), 502-519, 2007
362007
Forest regeneration on abandoned meanders of a coastal plain river in western Tennessee
D Shankman
Castanea, 157-167, 1991
321991
Hydroclimatology of the US Gulf Coast under global climate change scenarios
BD Keim, R Fontenot, C Tebaldi, D Shankman
Physical Geography 32 (6), 561-582, 2011
302011
Hydroclimate analysis of severe floods in China’s Poyang Lake region
D Shankman, BD Keim, T Nakayama, R Li, D Wu, WC Remington
Earth Interactions 16 (14), 1-16, 2012
272012
The bioclimates of the Colorado front range
D Greenland, J Burbank, J Key, L Klinger, J Moorhouse, S OAKs, ...
Mountain Research and Development, 251-262, 1985
271985
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