Thomas Stohlgren - USGS (FORT)

Title: Research Ecologist

FORT Affiliation: Invasive Species Science

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room CSU NREL

Phone: 970-491-1980

Email: stohlgrent@usgs.gov

      

      

Publications

Year Title Type
2012 Environmental conditions associated with bat White-Nose Syndrome mortality in the north-eastern United States Journal Article
2011 Improving national-scale invasion maps: Tamarisk in the western United States Journal Article
2011 Assessing forest vulnerability and the potential distribution of pine beetles under current and future climate scenarios in the Interior West of the US Journal Article
2011 Widespread plant species: Natives versus aliens in our changing world Journal Article
2011 Habitat suitability of patch types: A case study of the Yosemite toad Journal Article
2011 Federated or cached searches: providing expected performance from multiple invasive species databases Journal Article
2011 Invasive species and climate change Proceedings, Pages in
2011 Bounding species distribution models Journal Article
2011 Using maximum entropy modeling for optimal selection of sampling sites for monitoring networks Journal Article
2011 How will climate change affect the potential distribution of Eurasian Tree Sparrows Passer montanus in North America? Journal Article
2011 A habitat overlap analysis derived from Maxent for Tamarisk and the South-western Willow Flycatcher Journal Article
2011 Using phenology in predicting the northward expansion of the Africanized honey bee Abstract
2011 Landscape patterns of plant invasions Book, Pages in
2011 Distributional changes and range predictions of downy brome (Bromus tectorum) in Rocky Mountain National Park Journal Article
2010 From points to forecasts: predicting invasive species habitat suitability in the near term Journal Article
2010 Teaching citizen science skills online: Implications for invasive species training programs Journal Article
2010 Modeling the human invader in the United States Journal Article
2010 Forecasting weed distributions using climate data: A GIS early warning tool Journal Article
2010 Bringing modeling to the masses: A web based system to predict potential species distributions Journal Article
2010 Improving and integrating data on invasive species collected by citizen scientists Journal Article
2010 Widespread Plant Species: Natives vs. Aliens in our Changing World Abstract
2010 Ensemble habitat mapping of invasive plant species Journal Article
2009 FORT scientist’s name in NEON: Helping to light the way for understanding ecological change Science Feature
2009 Detection and early warning of invasive species Book, Pages in
2009 Mapping invasive tamarisk (Tamarix): a comparison of single-scene and time-series analyses of remotely sensed data Journal Article
2009 Maxent modeling for predicting suitable habitat for threatened and endangered tree Canacomyrica monticola in New Caledonia Journal Article
2009 Non-native plant invasions of United States National Parks Journal Article
2009 Evaluation of Ensemble Habitat Mapping to support National Park Service decisions on the fire management and invasive plant species control Abstract
2009 Risk assessment of invasive species Book, Pages in
2009 Potential habitat distribution for the freshwater diatom Didymosphenia geminata in the continental US Journal Article
2009 Temporal management of invasive species Book, Pages in
2009 Effects of spatial heterogeneity on butterfly species richness in Rocky Mountain National Park, CO, USA Journal Article
2009 Effects of past logging and grazing on understory plant communities in a montane Colorado forest Journal Article
2009 Potential habitat modeling for a new climate Abstract
2009 Near term climate projections for invasive species distributions Journal Article
2009 NASA and USGS invest in invasive species modeling to evaluate habitat for Africanized Honey Bees Journal Article
2008 Modeling potential habitats for alien species Dreissena polymorpha in Continental USA Journal Article
2008 Creating a cyberinfrastructure for citizen science: Proper planning can go a long way Abstract
2008 The myth of plant species saturation Journal Article
2008 Advanced species modeling Abstract
2008 Global potential net primary production predicted from vegetation class, precipitation, and temperature Journal Article
2008 Modeling potential habitat distribution for freshwater diatom Didymosphenia geminata in the continental United States Abstract
2008 Natural variation in diversity and invasion patterns of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, UT [Chapter] Book, Pages in
2008 Vision of a cyberinfrastructure for nonnative, invasive species management Journal Article
2008 Developing regional invasive species watch lists: Colorado as a case study Journal Article
2008 Can citizen scientists think spatially: Evaluating the publics' ability to understand and use an online GIS map application for invasive species Abstract
2008 Rejoinder to Harrison (2008): “The Myth of Plant Species Saturation” Journal Article
2008 A national scale citizen science program for invasive species Abstract
2008 Advanced species modeling handout: modeling diverse taxa at diverse resolutions using various technologies Presentation
2008 Short term climate projections for species distributions Abstract
2008 Modelling invasion for a habitat generalist and a specialist plant species Journal Article
2008 Modeling white pine blister rust in the southern Rocky Mountains Abstract
2007 Predicting Yellow Toadflax infestations in the Flat Tops Wilderness of Colorado Journal Article
2007 The art and science of weed mapping Journal Article
2007 Measuring plant diversity: lessons from the field Book
2007 Plant species composition reveals temporal and spatial dynamics of snow slides in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado Abstract
2007 A simple framework for an invasive species early warning system for counties Abstract
2007 Invasive species and coal bed methane development in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming Journal Article
2007 Species-area curves indicate the importance of habitats' contributions to regional biodiversity Journal Article
2007 A global organism detection and monitoring system for non-native species Journal Article
2007 Creating a cyberinfrasturcture to involve volunteer groups in citizen science Abstract
2007 Balancing data sharing requirements for analyses with data sensitivity Journal Article
2007 Bringing modeling to the masses: Online tools for invasive species management Abstract
2007 Rapid assessment of postfire plant invasions in coniferous forests of the western United States Journal Article
2007 Invasive species management and research using GIS Proceedings, Pages in
2007 The potential for harvesting non-native species data collected by citizen scientists Abstract
2007 The invasion paradox: reconciling pattern and process in species invasion Journal Article
2007 Modeling aboveground biomass of Tamarix ramosissima in the Arkansas River basin of southeastern Colorado, USA Journal Article
2007 Rapid plant diversity assessment using a pixel nested plot design: A case study in Beaver Meadows, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA Journal Article
2007 Forest legacies, climate change, altered disturbance regimes, invasive species, and water Journal Article
2006 Modeling invasive species using remote sensing: An example using Tamarix Abstract
2006 A tamarisk habitat suitability map for the continental United States Journal Article
2006 Plant species invasions along the latitudinal gradient in the United States: Reply Journal Article
2006 Spatial heterogeneity influences native and nonnative plant species richness Journal Article
2006 Show me the numbers: What data currently exist for non-native species in the USA? Journal Article
2006 Filling in the gaps: modelling native species richness and invasions using spatially incomplete data Journal Article
2006 Modeling aboveground biomass of Tamarix (Tamarix ramosissima) in the Arkansas river basin in southeastern Colorado, USA Abstract
2006 Assessing exotic plant species invasions and associated soil characteristics: a case study in eastern Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA, using the pixel nested plot design Journal Article
2006 Evaluating plant invasions from both habitat and species perspectives Journal Article
2006 Risk analysis for biological hazards: what we need to know about invasive species Journal Article
2006 Comprehensive inventory and mapping of tamarisk within Colorado's river systems and major tributaries: protocols, results, lessons learned, costs, and information dissemination Abstract
2006 Field/accuracy evaluations of various remote sensing techniques in identifying tamarisk Administrative Report
2006 Evaluating dominance as a component of non-native species invasions Journal Article
2006 Species richness and patterns of invasion in plants, birds, and fishes in the United States Journal Article
2006 Scale and plant invasions: A theory of biotic acceptance Journal Article
2006 National Institute of Invasive Species Science (NIISS) Fact Sheet
2005 Plant species invasions along the latitudinal gradient in the United States Journal Article
2005 Life-history habitat matching in invading non-native plant species Journal Article
2005 Patterns of plant species richness, rarity, endemism, and uniqueness in an arid landscape Journal Article
2005 Ecological forecasting: A strategic partnership to predict and manage biological invasions Science Feature
2005 Partnerships for Science: A “Virtual” Institute for Invasive Species Research and Management Science Feature
2005 Effects of conifers and elk browsing on quaking aspen forests in the central Rocky Mountains, USA Journal Article
2004 Vegetation response to fire and postburn seeding treatments in juniper woodlands of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah Journal Article
2004 Fort Collins Science Center: Invasive Species Science Fact Sheet
2004 Improving biodiversity knowledge with dataset synergy: a case study of non-native plants in Colorado Journal Article
2004 Multi-scale and nested-intensity sampling techniques for archaeological survey Journal Article
2003 The rich get richer: patterns of plant invasions in the United States Journal Article
2003 Climate-change scenarios Report, Pages In
2003 Soil characteristics and plant exotic species invasions in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah, USA Journal Article
2003 A nested-intensity design for surveying plant diversity Journal Article
2003 Structure, production and resource use in some old-growth spruce/fir forests in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, USA Report
2003 Non-native plant invasions in managed and protected ponderosa pine/douglas-fir forests of the Colorado Front Range Journal Article
2002 Assessing vulnerability to invasion by nonnative plant species at multiple spatial scales Journal Article
2002 The heart of the Rockies: Montane and subalpine ecosystems Book, Pages in
2002 Problems in evaluating regional and local trends in temperature: An example from eastern Colorado, USA Journal Article
2002 Wildfire and invasive plants Science Feature
2002 Beyond theories of plant invasions: lessons from natural landscapes Journal Article
2001 Endangered plants Book, Pages in
2001 Patterns of plant invasions: a case example in native species hotspots and rare habitats Journal Article
2001 Data acquisition Book, Pages in
2001 Rapid assessment of butterfly diversity in a montane landscape Journal Article
2001 New approaches for sampling and modeling native and exotic plant species richness Journal Article
2001 Aspen persistence near the National Elk Refuge and Gros Ventre Valley elk feedgrounds of Wyoming, USA Journal Article
2000 Using multi-scale sampling and spatial cross-correlation to investigate patterns of plant species richness Journal Article
2000 Monitoring shifts in plant diversity in response to climate change: a method for landscapes Journal Article
2000 Spatial representativeness of temperature measurements from a single site Journal Article
2000 Using new video mapping technology in landscape ecology Journal Article
1999 Potential impacts on Colorado Rocky Mountain weather due to land use changes on the adjacent Great Plains Journal Article
1999 Exotic plant species invade hot spots of native plant diversity Journal Article
1999 Aspen regeneration in the Colorado Front Range: differences at local and landscape scales Journal Article
1999 Effects of river level fluctuation on plant species richness, diversity, and distribution in a floodplain forest in Central Amazonia Journal Article
1999 Measuring and monitoring biodiversity in nature reserves, forests, and grasslands in the United States Report, Pages In
1999 Global Change Impacts in Nature Reserves in the United States Report, Pages In
1999 How grazing and soil quality affect native and exotic plant diversity in Rocky Mountain grasslands Journal Article
1998 Evidence that local land use practices influence regional climate, vegetation, and stream flow patterns in adjacent natural areas Journal Article
1998 A plan to assess native and exotic plant diversity and cryptobiotic crusts in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Proceedings, Pages in
1998 Species-environment relationships and vegetation patterns: effects of spatial scale and tree life-stage Journal Article
1998 Comparison of rangeland vegetation sampling techniques in the Central Grasslands Journal Article
1998 Rocky Mountains Book, Pages in
1998 Assessing the accuracy of Landsat Thematic Mapper classification using double sampling Journal Article
1998 Riparian zones as havens for exotic plant species in the central grasslands Journal Article
1997 Multiscale sampling of plant diversity: effects of minimum mapping unit size Journal Article
1997 Review of 'Ecological Census Techniques: A handbook' edited by W.J. Sutherland Journal Article
1997 Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) ecotones in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA Journal Article
1997 Evaluating the contribution of small national park areas to regional biodiversity Journal Article
1997 Landscape analysis of plant diversity Journal Article
1997 Rapid assessment of plant diversity patterns: a methodology for landscapes Journal Article
1995 Status of biotic inventories in U.S. national parks Journal Article
1995 Predicting long-term forest change at landscape scales: what will we need to know? Journal Article
1995 Ecosystem Trends in the Colorado Rockies Book, Pages in
1995 Measuring plant species change at landscape scales: landscape-scale GAP analysis Journal Article
1995 Attributes of reliable long-term landscape-scale studies: Malpractice insurance for landscape ecologists Journal Article
1995 A modified-Whittaker nested vegetation sampling method Journal Article
1995 The Interior West Book, Pages in
1995 An investigation of biodiversity and landscape-scale GAP patterns using double sampling: A GIS approach Proceedings, Pages in
1994 Reevaluating bald eagle winter roost habitat in Lava Beds National Monument, California Journal Article
1994 Planning long-term vegetation studies at landscape scales Book, Pages in
1994 Monitoring forest change at ecotones in the Colorado Rockies Abstract
1993 Mesoscale parameterization of heat fluxes due to landscape variability for use in general circulation models Proceedings, Pages in
1993 Spatial Patterns of Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) in Two Sequoia Groves in Sequoia National Park, California Journal Article
1993 Evaluating Baseline Biological Databases in National Park Units in Arizona Report, Pages In
1993 Evaluating Human Effects on Vegetation: An Example from the Sierran Foothills Report, Pages In
1993 Intra-Specific Competition (crowding) of Giant Sequoias (Sequoiadendron giganteum) Journal Article
1993 Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Research in California's National Parks Report
1993 Understanding Coupled Climatic, Hydrological, and Ecosystem Responses to Global Climate Change in the Colorado Rockies Biogeographical Area Proceedings, Pages in
1993 Ecotones: The Role of Landscape Boundaries and Restoration of Changing Environments [Book Review] Journal Article
1993 Natural Resources Inventory and Monitoring Bibliography Report
1993 Bald eagle winter roost characteristics in Lava Beds National Monument, California Journal Article
1992 Resilience of a Heavily Logged Grove of Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) in Kings Canyon National Park, California Journal Article
1992 National Park biotic inventories assessed Journal Article
1992 Evaluating wilderness recreational opportunities: application of an impact matrix Journal Article
1992 An Assessment of Biotic Inventories in Western U.S. National Parks Journal Article
1992 Evaluating the Contribution of Northern California National Park Areas to Regional Biodiversity Proceedings, Pages in
1992 A Strategy to Inventory the Biological Resources of the National Park System of the USA Journal Article
1992 On the Qualities and Quantity of Healthy Forests Proceedings, Pages in
1992 Towards a Biological Survey of the U.S. National Parks System Proceedings, Pages in
1991 Atmospheric deposition and solute export in giant sequoia--mixed conifer watersheds in the Sierra Nevada, California Journal Article
1991 Status of natural resources databases in national parks: Western region Report
1990 Size Distributions and Spatial Patterns of Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California Thesis & Dissertation
1990 Monitoring Prescribed Fire Effects on Chamise Chaparral Proceedings, Pages in
1990 Examples of Resource Inventory and Monitoring in National Parks of California. Proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference on Research in California's National Parks Proceedings
1989 Biological diversity and global change: Habitat fragmentation and extinction Proceedings, Pages in
1989 Effects of herbage removal on productivity of selected high-Sierra meadow community types Journal Article
1989 Effects of varying fire regimes on annual grasslands in the southern Sierra Nevada of California Journal Article
1989 Wilderness and the protection of genetic diversity Proceedings, Pages in
1989 Fire and demography Book, Pages in
1989 Stable population size class distribution in mature chamise chaparral Book, Pages in
1988 Giant sequoia mortality in burned and unburned stands: Does prescribed burning significantly affect mortality rates? Journal Article
1988 Litter dynamics in two Sierran mixed conifer forests. I. Litterfall and decomposition rates Journal Article
1988 Litter dynamics in two Sierran mixed conifer forests. II. Nutrient release in decomposing leaf litter Journal Article
1987 Variation of wet deposition chemistry in Sequoia National Park, California Journal Article
1987 Post-fire demography of resprout and seedling establishment by Adenostoma fasciculatum Book, Pages in
1987 Variation of vegetation and soil characteristics within wilderness campsites Proceedings, Pages in
1986 A population model for a long-lived, resprouting chaparral shrub: Adenostoma fasciculatum Journal Article
1986 Vegetation and soil recovery in wilderness campsites closed to visitor use Journal Article
1985 Information needs for natural fire management planning Proceedings, Pages in
1985 Fire-caused mortality in chamise chaparral Report, Pages In
1984 Population structure of Adenostoma fasciculatum in mature stands of chamise chaparral in the southern Sierra Nevada, California Journal Article
1982 Wilderness permit accuracy: Differences between reported and actual use Journal Article
1982 Using stem basal area to determine biomass and stand structure in chamise chaparral Report, Pages In
1981 Establishing backcountry use quotas: An example from Mineral King, California Journal Article

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