Geography Lab
at Concord University

Peer-reviewed Publications

1. Saladyga, T. and A. Standlee.  2018.  Historical drivers and contemporary perceptions of wildfire in a post-industrial rural landscape Fire.  1(2): 33.

2. Harley, G.L., C.H. Baisan, P.M. Brown, H.D. Grissino-Mayer, D.A. Falk, W.T. Flatley, A. Hessl, E.K. Heyerdahl, M.W. Kaye, C.W. Lafon, E.Q. Margolis, R.S. Maxwell, A.T. Naito, W.J. Platt, M.T. Rother, T. Saladyga, R.L. Sherriff, L.A. Stachowiak, M.C. Stambaugh, E. Kennedy Sutherland, and A.H. Taylor.  2018.  Advancing dendrochronological studies of fire in the United States (Perspective).  Fire.  1(1): 11.

3. Hessl, A.E., C. Leland, T. Saladyga, and O. Byambasuren.  2017.   Hydraulic Cities, Colonial Catastrophes, and Nomadic Empires: Human-Environment Interactions in Asia .  In Dendroecology (pp. 345-363). Springer, Cham.

4. Saladyga, T.  2017.   Reconstructing a cultural fire regime in the Pennsylvania Anthracite Region .  Physical Geography.  38(5): 404-422.

5. Saladyga, T.  2017.   Forest disturbance history from 'legacy ' pitch pine (Pinus rigida) at the New River Gorge, West Virginia .  Natural Areas Journal.  37(1): 49-57. 

6. Hessl, A.E., P. Brown, O. Byambasuren, S. Cockrell, C. Leland, E. Cook, B. Nachin, N. Pederson, T. Saladyga, and B. Suran.  2016.   Fire and climate in Mongolia (1532-2010 CE) .  Geophysical Research Letters.  43(12): 6519-6527.

​​7. Saladyga, T. and R.S. Maxwell.  2015.   Temporal variability in climate response of eastern hemlock in the Central Appalachian Region .  Southeastern Geographer.  55-2: 143-163.

​8. Saladyga, T., A.E. Hessl, N. Pederson, and B. Nachin.  2013.   Privatization, drought, and fire exclusion in the Tuul River watershed, Mongolia .  Ecosystems.  16: 1139-1151.

9. Pederson, N., C. Leland, B. Nachin, A.E. Hessl, A.R. Bell, D. Martin-Benito, T. Saladyga, B. Suran, P.M. Brown, and N.K. Davi.  2013.   Three centuries of shifting hydroclimatic regimes across the Mongolian breadbasket .  Agriculture and Forest Meteorology.  178-179: 10-20.
10. Hessl, A.E., P. Brown, U. Ariya, O. Byambasuren, T. Green, G. Jacoby, E. Kennedy-Sutherland, B. Nachin, R. Maxwell, N. Pederson, L. De Grandpré, T. Saladyga, and J. C. Tardif.  2012.   Reconstructing fire history in central Mongolia from tree-rings .  International Journal of Wildland Fire.  21: 86-92. 

11. Hessl, A.E., T. Saladyga, T. Schuler, P. Clark, and J. Wixom.  2011.   Fire history from three species on a Central Appalachian ridgetop .  Canadian Journal of Forestry.  41: 201-2039.

Other Publications

1. Saladyga, T., T. Carter, J. Cline, M. J. Cook, K. Maiolo, A. Miller, C. Perkins, P. Proko’yeva, S. Stockton, J. Watkins, and J. Watkins. 2019. Fire history at New River Gorge National River: Backus Mountain, Endless Wall, and Glade Creek (Babcock) . Natural Resource Report NPS/NERI/NRR—2019/1898. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.

2. Saladyga, T.  2011.  Land Use Pressure and Climate Impacts on Fire Regimes and Forest Regeneration in the Upper Tuul River Watershed, Mongolia .  Doctoral Dissertation, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia.  Dr. Amy Hessl, advisor.
3. Nanticoke Restoration Work Group (T. Saladyga – GIS support).  2009.  Nanticoke River Watershed Restoration Plan.  Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and US Environmental Protection Agency Wetland Program.
4. Allen, O., B. Barkus, and K. Bennett (T. Saladyga – GIS support). 2006.  Delaware Wildlife Action Plan: 2007-2017.  Delaware Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program, Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
5. Saladyga, T.  2006.  Native Understory and Invasive Plant Response to Fire in a Mixed-hardwood Forest, Chester County, Pennsylvania.  Master’s thesis, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Dr. Joan M. Welch, advisor.