Jaris Veneros

Jaris Veneros, Ph.D. 2023

Projecting Vertebrate Habitat Suitability under Climate Change in South America
Photo of Alyson East

Alyson East, M.S. 2022

Applications of GEDI LiDAR in Tropical Forests
Kristen Emmett

Kristen Emmett, PhD. 2020

Climate-Fire-Vegetation Dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Recent Trends and Future Projections in a Changing Climate
Kathleen Carrol

Kathleen Carrol, PhD. 2019

Wolverine habitat suitability and connectivity in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
David Laufenberg enjoying a high pressure winter day.

David Laufenberg, M.S. 2019

Biophysical gradients and performance of whitebark pine plantings in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Tony Chang, PhD. 2017

A spatiotemporal analysis of climate change in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and its effects on Pinus albicaulis.

Erica Garroutte, M.S. 2016

Spatiotemporal variation in grassland biomass and quality across the upper Yellowstone River basin: variation across phenology and land use gradients and validation of remote sensing vegetation indices.
Nathan Piekielek

Nathan Piekielek, PhD. 2012

Remote sensing grassland phenology in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem: biophysical correlates, land use effects and patch dynamics.
Meredith Rainey

Meredith Rainey, PhD. 2012

Validating alternative methods of modeling wildlife corridors using relocation data from migrating elk and dispersing wolverines.
Cory Davis

Cory Davis, PhD. 2011

Vulnerability of U.S. National Parks to current and future land use and climate change.
Lisa  Baril

Lisa Baril, M.S. 2009

Change in decisuous woody vegetation, implications of increased willow (Salix spp.) growth for bird species diversity, and willow species composition in and around Yellowstone National Park's Northern range.
Danielle Jones

Danielle Jones, M.S. 2009

Patterns of distribution and factors influencing riparian breeding birds along the Yellowstone River in Montana.
Scott Story

Scott Story, M.S. 2007

Nest-site selection and nest survival of two woodpecker species in ponderosa-pine dominated forests.
Dave McWethy

Dave McWethy, PhD. 2007.

Bird response to landscape pattern and disturbance across productivity gradients in forests of the Pacific Northwest
Jake Verschuyl

Jake Verschuyl, PhD. 2007

Biodiversity potential in the Pacific and Inland Northwest: the relative importance of forest structure and available energy in driving species diversity.
Scott Powell

Scott Powell, PhD. 2004

Conifer cover increase in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: rates, extent, and consequences for carbon.
Patricia Gude

Patricia Gude, M.S. 2004

Rural residential development in the Greater Yellowstone: rates, drivers, and alternative future scenarios.
Kathryn Brown

Kathryn Brown, M.S. 2003

Understanding the role of biophysical setting in aspen persistence.
Laruen Oechsli

Lauren Oechsli, M.S. 2000

Ex-urban development in the Rocky Mountain West: consequences for native vegetation, wildlife diversity, and land-use planning in Big Sky, Montana.
Bo Wilmer

Bo Wilmer, M.S. 2000

Effects of fire and logging on landscape structure in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Steven Henderson

Steven Henderson, M.S. 1997

Effects of fire on avian distributions and patterns of abundance over two vegetation types in southwest Montana: implications for managing fire for biodiversity.
Marc Kramer

Marc Kramer, M.S. 1997

Abiotic controls on windthrow and forest dynamics in a coastal temperate rainforest, Kuiu Island, southeast Alaska.