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Thomas J. Stohlgren
Thomas J. Stohlgren
Senior Research Scientist, Emeritus, Natural Resource Ecology Lab, Colorado State University
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Exotic plant species invade hot spots of native plant diversity
TJ Stohlgren, D Binkley, GW Chong, MA Kalkhan, LD Schell, KA Bull, ...
Ecological monographs 69 (1), 25-46, 1999
13651999
The invasion paradox: reconciling pattern and process in species invasions
JD Fridley, JJ Stachowicz, S Naeem, DF Sax, EW Seabloom, MD Smith, ...
Ecology 88 (1), 3-17, 2007
10662007
Maxent modeling for predicting suitable habitat for threatened and endangered tree Canacomyrica monticola in New Caledonia
S Kumar, TJ Stohlgren
Journal of Ecology and natural Environment 1 (4), 94-98, 2009
7232009
The rich get richer: patterns of plant invasions in the United States
TJ Stohlgren, DT Barnett, JT Kartesz
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (1), 11-14, 2003
6372003
A modified-Whittaker nested vegetation sampling method
TJ Stohlgren, MB Falkner, LD Schell
Vegetatio 117, 113-121, 1995
5911995
Global potential net primary production predicted from vegetation class, precipitation, and temperature
S Del Grosso, W Parton, T Stohlgren, D Zheng, D Bachelet, S Prince, ...
Ecology 89 (8), 2117-2126, 2008
4622008
How grazing and soil quality affect native and exotic plant diversity in Rocky Mountain grasslands
TJ Stohlgren, LD Schell, B Vanden Heuvel
Ecological applications 9 (1), 45-64, 1999
4301999
Assessing citizen science data quality: an invasive species case study
AW Crall, GJ Newman, TJ Stohlgren, KA Holfelder, J Graham, DM Waller
Conservation Letters 4 (6), 433-442, 2011
4192011
Evidence that local land use practices influence regional climate, vegetation, and stream flow patterns in adjacent natural areas
TJ Stohlgren, TN Chase, RA Pielke, TGF Kittel, JLS Baron
Global Change Biology 4 (5), 495-504, 1998
3541998
Riparian zones as havens for exotic plant species in the central grasslands
TJ Stohlgren, KA Bull, Y Otsuki, CA Villa, M Lee
Plant Ecology 138, 113-125, 1998
3521998
Risk analysis for biological hazards: what we need to know about invasive species
TJ Stohlgren, JL Schnase
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 26 (1), 163-173, 2006
3452006
Spatial heterogeneity influences native and nonnative plant species richness
S Kumar, TJ Stohlgren, GW Chong
Ecology 87 (12), 3186-3199, 2006
3142006
Improving and integrating data on invasive species collected by citizen scientists
AW Crall, GJ Newman, CS Jarnevich, TJ Stohlgren, DM Waller, J Graham
Biological Invasions 12, 3419-3428, 2010
2892010
Modelling invasion for a habitat generalist and a specialist plant species
PH Evangelista, S Kumar, TJ Stohlgren, CS Jarnevich, AW Crall, ...
Diversity and distributions 14 (5), 808-817, 2008
2842008
Caveats for correlative species distribution modeling
CS Jarnevich, TJ Stohlgren, S Kumar, JT Morisette, TR Holcombe
Ecological Informatics 29, 6-15, 2015
2812015
Measuring plant diversity: lessons from the field
TJ Stohlgren
OUP USA, 2007
2772007
Comparison of rangeland vegetation sampling techniques in the Central Grasslands
TJ Stohlgren, KA Bull, Y Otsuki
Society for Range Management, 1998
2681998
Field validation of an invasive species Maxent model
AM West, S Kumar, CS Brown, TJ Stohlgren, J Bromberg
Ecological informatics 36, 126-134, 2016
2642016
Scale and plant invasions: a theory of biotic acceptance.
TJ Stohlgren, C Jarnevich, GW Chong, PH Evangelista
Preslia 78 (4), 405-426, 2006
2532006
Potential habitat distribution for the freshwater diatom Didymosphenia geminata in the continental US
S Kumar, SA Spaulding, TJ Stohlgren, KA Hermann, TS Schmidt, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (8), 415-420, 2009
2392009
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