Patrick Shafroth - USGS (FORT)

Title: Research Ecologist

FORT Affiliation: Aquatic Systems

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 3054

Phone: 970-226-9327

Email: shafrothp@usgs.gov

      

Current Research

      

Publications

Year Title Type
2013 Riparian restoration in the context of Tamarix control [chapter 23] Book, Pages in
2013 Tamarix, hydrology, and fluvial geomorphology [chapter 7] Book, Pages in
2013 Elevated CO2 does not offset greater water stress predicted under climate change for native and exotic riparian plants Journal Article
2012 The influence of chilling requirement on the southern distribution limit of exotic Russian Olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) in western North America Journal Article
2012 Legacies of flood reduction on a dryland river Journal Article
2012 Edaphic, salinity, and stand structural trends in chronosequences of native and non-native dominated riparian forests along the Colorado River, USA Journal Article
2012 Vulnerability of riparian ecosystems to elevated CO2 and climate change in arid and semiarid western North America Journal Article
2011 Vegetation of the Elwha River Estuary [Chapter 8] Report, Pages In
2011 Baseline Hydrologic Studies in the Lower Elwha River Prior to Dam Removal [Chapter 4] Report, Pages In
2011 Managed flood effects on beaver pond habitat in a desert riverine ecosystem, Bill Williams River, Arizona USA Journal Article
2011 Stratigraphic, sedimentologic, and dendrogeomorphic analyses of rapid floodplain formation along the Rio Grande in Big Bend National Park, TX Journal Article
2011 Floristic composition, beta diversity, and nestedness of reference sites for restoration of xeroriparian areas Journal Article
2011 Distribution and abundance of saltcedar and Russian olive in the western United States Journal Article
2010 Restoration and revegetation associated with control of saltcedar and Russian olive [Chapter 7] Report, Pages In
2010 Beaver dams, hydrological thresholds, and controlled floods as a management tool in a desert riverine ecosystem, Bill Williams River, Arizona Journal Article
2010 The potential for water savings through the control of saltcedar and Russian olive Report, Pages In
2010 Distribution and abundance of saltcedar and Russian olive in the western United States [Chapter 2] Report, Pages In
2010 Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) and Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) in the Western United States--A report on the state of the science Fact Sheet
2010 Background and introduction [Chapter 1] Report, Pages In
2010 Saltcedar and Russian Olive control demonstration act science assessment Scientific Investigations Report
2010 Saltcedar and Russian Olive control demonstration act science assessment [Executive Summary] Report, Pages In
2010 Demonstration projects and long-term considerations associated with saltcedar and Russian olive control and riparian restoration [Chapter 8] Report, Pages In
2010 Ecosystem effects of environmental flows: Modelling and experimental floods in a dryland river Journal Article
2009 Salinity tolerance and mycorrhizal responsiveness of native xeroriparian plants in semi-arid western USA Journal Article
2009 Assessing the extent and diversity of riparian ecosystems in Sonora, Mexico Journal Article
2008 Effects of a natural dam-break flood on geomorphology and vegetation on the Elwha River, Washington, U.S.A Journal Article
2008 Restoration Ecology and Invasive Riparian Plants: An Introduction to the Special Section on Tamarix spp. in Western North America Journal Article
2008 Rethinking avian response to Tamarix on the Lower Colorado River: A threshold hypothesis Journal Article
2008 Rethinking avian response to Tamarix on the Lower Colorado River: A threshold hypothesis Journal Article
2008 Planning riparian restoration in the context of Tamarix control in western North America Journal Article
2007 Structure, composition, and recruitment of woody floodplain vegetation along the Elwha River Abstract
2007 Early vegetation development on an exposed reservoir: Implications for dam removal Journal Article
2007 Altered stream-flow regimes and invasive plant species: the Tamarix case Journal Article
2006 Tamarisk control, water salvage, and wildlife habitat restoration along rivers in the western United States Fact Sheet
2006 Defining ecosystem flow requirements for the Bill Williams River, Arizona Open-file Report
2006 Tamarisk research priorities of land and water managers: results from a USGS partnership meeting Proceedings, Pages in
2005 Control of Tamarix in the western United States: implications for water salvage, wildlife use, and riparian restoration Journal Article
2005 Dating floodplain sediments using tree-ring response to burial Journal Article
2005 Hybridization of Tamarix ramosissima and T. chinensis (saltcedars) with T. aphylla (athel) (tamaricaceae) in the southwestern USA dertermined from DNA sequence data Journal Article
2005 Tamarisk tensions Journal Article
2005 Dominance of non-native riparian trees in western USA Journal Article
2004 Human alterations of riparian ecosystems Book, Pages in
2004 Riparian ecosystem assessments Book, Pages in
2004 Vegetation responses to dam removal Journal Article
2003 Ecology of Tamarix ramosissima in western North America and Central Asia Proceedings, Pages in
2003 Natural flooding and dams: effects on riparian systems Journal Article
2003 Biology, ecology and management of Elaeagnus angustifolia L. (Russian olive) in western North America Journal Article
2002 Riparian vegetation response to altered disturbance and stress regimes Journal Article
2002 Potential responses of riparian vegetation to dam removal Journal Article
2000 Woody riparian vegetation response to different alluvial water table regimes Journal Article
1999 Riparian ecosystem restoration in the Gila River Basin: opportunities and constraints Report
1999 Riparian vegetation age and deposition history along the Green River in Canyonlands National Park: results of an exploratory data collection effort, September 23-27, 1999 Report
1999 Responses of riparian cottonwoods to alluvial water table declines Journal Article
1999 Coupling groundwater and riparian vegetation models to assess effects of reservoir releases Journal Article
1998 Establishment of woody riparian vegetation in relation to annual patterns of streamflow, Bill Williams River, Arizona Journal Article
1998 Responses of riparian cottonwoods to alluvial water-table declines Proceedings, Pages in
1997 Review of riparian ecosystem recovery in arid lands: strategies and references by Mark Briggs Journal Article
1997 Riparian cottonwood response to watertable declines Journal Article
1995 Induced root-suckering shows potential for reestablishing riparian trees (New Mexico) Journal Article
1995 Effects of salinity on establishment of Populus fremontii (Cottonwood) and Tamarix ramosissima (Saltcedar) in the southwestern United States Journal Article
1995 Germination and establishment of the native plains cottonwood (Populus deltoides Marshall subsp. monilifera) and the exotic Russian-olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia L.) Journal Article
1994 Establishment, sex structure and breeding system of an exotic riparian willow, Salix X rubens Journal Article
1994 River salinity has little influence on establishment of cottonwood and saltcedar. Research Information Bulletin 94-95 NBS Information Bulletin
1993 Flow recommendations for maintaining riparian vegetation along the Upper Missouri River, Montana Report

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