Kathryn Schoenecker - USGS (FORT)

Title: Ecologist

FORT Affiliation: Ecosystem Dynamics

Duty Station:
Fort Collins Science Center
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526

Phone: 970-226-9329

Email: schoeneckerk@usgs.gov


Current Research



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Year Title Type
2015 Modeling elk and bison carrying capacity for Great Sand Dunes National Park, Baca National Wildlife Refuge, and The Nature Conservancy's Medano Ranch, Colorado Open-file Report
2014 Influence of nonnative and native ungulate biomass and seasonal precipitation on vegetation production in a great basin ecosystem Journal Article
2013 Ecosystems Dynamics Branch: interdisciplinary research for addressing complex natural resource issues across landscapes and time Fact Sheet
2013 Bison grazing ecology at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado Open-file Report
2013 Where the Bison roam: public-private partnership supports potential restoration [Science Feature] Science Feature
2012 Ecology of bison, elk, and vegetation in an arid ecosystem Thesis & Dissertation
2011 Ungulate Herbivory on Alpine Willow in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Colorado Journal Article
2010 Demography of the Pryor Mountain wild horses, 1993-2007 Scientific Investigations Report
2010 Revisions of rump fat and body scoring indices for deer, elk, and moose Journal Article
2009 Survey of Ungulate Abundance on Santa Rosa Island, Channel Islands National Park, California, March 2009 Open-file Report
2006 2005 annual progress report: elk and bison grazing ecology in the Great Sand Dunes complex of lands Open-file Report
2005 2004 annual progress report: Stratton Sagebrush Hydrology Study Area: establishment of a long-term research site in a high-elevation sagebrush steppe Open-file Report
2004 Bighorn sheep habitat suitability assessment of the greater Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area: a higher resolution analysis Report, Pages In
2004 Stratton sagebrush hydrology study area: an annotated bibliography of research conducted 1968 to 1990 Open-file Report
2004 Effects of elk herbivory on vegetation and nitrogen processes Journal Article
2004 Vegetation monitoring of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range and Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Montana and Wyoming, 2002 Report, Pages In
2004 An animal location-based habitat suitability model for bighorn sheep and wild horses in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range, Montana, and Wyoming Report, Pages In
2004 A comparison of three fecal steroid metabolites for pregnancy detection used with single sampling in bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) Journal Article
2004 Bighorn sheep habitat studies, population dynamics, and population modeling in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Wyoming and Montana, 2000-2003 Open-file Report
2004 Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis)survivorship and habitat studies in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and surrounding lands, Wyoming and Montana, 2000-2003 Report, Pages In
2003 Do ungulates accelerate or decelerate nitrogen cycling? Journal Article
2002 Sustainability of vegetation communities grazed by elk in Rocky Mountain National Park Report, Pages In
2002 Human disturbance in bighorn sheep habitat, Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Arizona Journal Article
2000 Managers' summary - ecological studies of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range, 1992-1997 Book
1997 Attitudes toward a proposed reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves in Arizona Journal Article

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