Werner, Chhaya M., Susan P. Harrison, Gabrielle Bohlman, Rebecca Serata, and Hugh D. Safford. Post-fire regeneration on harsh soils is more resilient to global change. In prep.

Michael J. Koontz, Malcolm P. North, Chhaya M. Werner, Stephen E. Fick, and Andrew M. Latimer. Local variability of vegetation structure increases forest resilience to wildfire. In revision: Ecology Letters, preprint available.

Werner, Chhaya M., Derek J. N. Young, Hugh Safford, and Truman P. Young. Decreased snowpack and warmer temperatures reduce the negative effects of interspecific neighbors on regenerating conifers. Accepted: Oecologia.

Young, Derek J. N, Chhaya M. Werner, Kevin R. Welch, Truman P. Young, Hugh D. Safford, and Andrew M. Latimer. 2019. Post-fire forest regeneration shows limited climate tracking and potential for drought-induced type conversion. Ecology 100:e02571.

North, Malcolm P., Jens T. Stevens, David F. Greene, Michelle Coppoletta, Eric E. Knapp, Andrew M. Latimer, … Chhaya M. Werner, Peter Wyrsch. 2018. Reforestation for Resilience in Dry Western Forests. Forest Ecology and Management 432:209-224.

Young, Truman P., Katharine L. Stuble, Jennifer A. Balachowski, Megan E. Lulow, Chhaya M. Werner, and Kristina Wolf. 2017. Experimental approaches to addressing climate change challenges in prairie restoration. Grasslands special issue: Climate change and grasslands 27(2) pp 10-15

Young, Truman P., Katharine L. Stuble, Jennifer A. Balachowski, and Chhaya M. Werner. 2017. Using priority effects to manipulate competitive relationships in restoration. Restoration Ecology 25(S2) pp 114-123.

Werner, Chhaya M., Kurt J. Vaughn, Katharine L. Stuble, Kristina Wolf, and Truman P. Young. 2016. Persistent asymmetrical priority effects in a California grassland restoration experiment. Ecological Applications 26(6) pp 1624-1632.