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Predicting Relative Risk of Invasion by Saltcedar and Mud Snails in River Networks Under Different Scenarios of Climate Change and Dam Operations in the Western United States
Grant Number R833833
RFA: Ecological Impacts from the Interactions of Climate Change, Land Use Change and Invasive Species: A Joint Research Solicitation - EPA, USDA (2007)
Journal Article (5)
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Journal Article Auerbach DA, Poff NL. Spatiotemporal controls of simulated metacommunity dynamics in dendritic networks. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 2011;30(1):235-251. R833833 (2010)
R833833 (2011)
R833833 (Final)
Journal Article Auerbach DA, Deisenroth DB, McShane RR, McCluney KE, Poff NL. Beyond the concrete:accounting for ecosystem services from free-flowing rivers. Ecosystem Services 2014;10:1-5. R833833 (Final)
Journal Article McShane RR, Auerbach DA, Friedman JM, Auble GT, Shafroth PB, Merigliano MF, Scott ML, Poff NL. Distribution of invasive and native riparian woody plants across the western USA in relation to climate, river flow, floodplain geometry and patterns of introduction. Ecography 2015;38(12):1254-1265. R833833 (2012)
R833833 (Final)
Journal Article Olden JD, Kennard MK, Lawler JJ, Poff NL. Challenges and opportunities in implementing managed relocation for conservation of freshwater species. Conservation Biology 2011;25(1):40-47. R833833 (Final)
R833834 (2012)
R833834 (Final)
Journal Article Poff NL, Pyne MI, Bledsoe BP, Cuhaciyan CC, Carlisle DM. Developing linkages between species traits and multiscaled environmental variation to explore vulnerability of stream benthic communities to climate change. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 2010;29(4):1441-1458. R833833 (Final)