Natasha Carr - USGS (FORT)

Title: Ecologist

FORT Affiliation: Ecosystem Dynamics

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 3132

Phone: 970-226-9446





Year Title Type
2013 Ecosystems Dynamics Branch: interdisciplinary research for addressing complex natural resource issues across landscapes and time Fact Sheet
2013 Wyoming Basin Rapid Ecoregional Assessment Fact Sheet
2013 U.S. Geological Survey science for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative—2011 annual report Open-file Report
2012 Interactive Energy Atlas for Colorado and New Mexico [Website] Web Application
2012 Interactive Energy Atlas for Colorado and New Mexico: An online resource for decision-makers and the public [Science Feature] Science Feature
2011 U.S. Geological Survey science for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative—2010 annual report Open-file Report
2011 Birds of Wyoming [Book Review] Journal Article
2011 Assessing effects of energy development in Colorado and New Mexico Fact Sheet
2010 U.S. Geological Survey science for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative—2009 annual report Open-file Report
2009 U.S. Geological Survey Science for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative—2008 annual report Open-file Report
2008 Opposing environmental gradients govern vegetation zonation in an intermountain playa Journal Article
2008 American three-toed woodpecker response to burn severity and prey availability at multiple spatial scales Journal Article
2008 A regional approach to wildlife monitoring related to energy exploration and development in Colorado Open-file Report
2008 Simulated natural hydrologic regime of an intermountain playa conservation site Journal Article
2007 Avifaunal responses to fire in southwestern montane forests along a burn severity gradient Journal Article
2007 Olive-sided flycatcher (Contopus cooperi): a technical conservation assessment Report
2006 Green-tailed Towhee response to prescribed fire in mountain shrubland Journal Article
2006 The prairie dog as a keystone species Book, Pages in
2005 Integrated fire science in the Rocky Mountains Fact Sheet
2005 Variation in fire regimes of the Rocky Mountains: implications for avian communities and fire management Book, Pages in
2004 The ecological, hydrological, and geological consequences of burn severity and social application of those results Administrative Report
2003 Lessons from the fires of 2000: post-fire heterogeneity in ponderosa pine forests Proceedings, Pages in
2002 Effects of fire and post-fire salvage logging on avian communities in conifer-dominated forests of the western United States Book, Pages in
2001 Taking the long view: Using satellite images to assess wildfire effects Science Feature
2000 Application of the new keystone-species concept to prairie dogs: how well does it work? Journal Article
2000 The effects of fire on avian communities in western forests: general patterns and sources of variation Abstract
1999 A critical review of assumptions about the prairie dog as a keystone species Journal Article
1996 Scale dependency and the expression of hierarchical structure in Delphinium patches Journal Article
1994 Biodiversity of the San Luis Valley Proceedings, Pages in
1990 Multiple Scales of Patchiness and Patch Structure: A Hierarchical Framework for the Study of Heterogeneity Journal Article
1986 Colony site selection and abandonment by least terns Sterna antillarum in New Jersey, USA Journal Article
1984 The use of decoys to attract Least Terns (Sterna antillarum) to abandoned colony sites in New Jersey Journal Article