Thomas Dilts
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Fewer butterflies seen by community scientists across the warming and drying landscapes of the American West
ML Forister, CA Halsch, CC Nice, JA Fordyce, TE Dilts, JC Oliver, ...
Science 371 (6533), 1042-1045, 2021
Carbon dynamics in the future forest: the importance of long‐term successional legacy and climate–fire interactions
EL Loudermilk, RM Scheller, PJ Weisberg, J Yang, TE Dilts, SL Karam, ...
Global change biology 19 (11), 3502-3515, 2013
Multi-scale connectivity and graph theory highlight critical areas for conservation under climate change
T Dilts, P Weisberg, P Leitner, MD Matocq, RD Inman, KE Nussear, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (4), 1223–1237, 2016
Topography tools for ArcGIS 10.1
TE Dilts
University of Nevada Reno, 2015
Effectiveness of fuel treatments for mitigating wildfire risk and sequestering forest carbon: a case study in the Lake Tahoe Basin
EL Loudermilk, A Stanton, RM Scheller, TE Dilts, PJ Weisberg, C Skinner, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 323, 114-125, 2014
Functionally relevant climate variables for arid lands: a climatic water deficit approach for modelling desert shrub distributions
TE Dilts, PJ Weisberg, CM Dencker, JC Chambers
Journal of Biogeography 42 (10), 1986-1997, 2015
Guild-specific responses of avian species richness to LiDAR-derived habitat heterogeneity
PJ Weisberg, TE Dilts, ME Becker, JS Young, DC Wong-Kone, ...
Acta Oecologica 59, 72-83, 2014
Rapidly accelerating deforestation in Cambodia’s Mekong River Basin: A comparative analysis of spatial patterns and drivers
S Lohani, TE Dilts, PJ Weisberg, SE Null, ZS Hogan
Water 12 (8), 2191, 2020
Fire modulates climate change response of simulated aspen distribution across topoclimatic gradients in a semi-arid montane landscape
J Yang, PJ Weisberg, DJ Shinneman, TE Dilts, SL Earnst, RM Scheller
Landscape Ecology 30, 1055-1073, 2015
Phenology-based classification of invasive annual grasses to the species level
PJ Weisberg, TE Dilts, JA Greenberg, KN Johnson, H Pai, C Sladek, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 263, 112568, 2021
Host plants and climate structure habitat associations of the western monarch butterfly
TE Dilts, MO Steele, JD Engler, EM Pelton, SJ Jepsen, SJ McKnight, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 188, 2019
Predicting wildfire occurrence distribution with spatial point process models and its uncertainty assessment: a case study in the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA
J Yang, PJ Weisberg, TE Dilts, EL Loudermilk, RM Scheller, A Stanton, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (3), 380-390, 2015
Longitudinal-and transverse-scale environmental influences on riparian vegetation across multiple levels of ecological organization
J Yang, TE Dilts, LA Condon, PL Turner, PJ Weisberg
Landscape Ecology 26, 381-395, 2011
Climate variability affects the germination strategies exhibited by arid land plants
S Barga, TE Dilts, EA Leger
Oecologia 185, 437-452, 2017
A weights-of-evidence model for mapping the probability of fire occurrence in Lincoln County, Nevada
TE Dilts, JS Sibold, F Biondi
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (4), 712-727, 2009
Gallery forest or herbaceous wetland? The need for multi‐target perspectives in riparian restoration planning
PJ Weisberg, SG Mortenson, TE Dilts
Restoration Ecology 21 (1), 12-16, 2013
Comparison of bird community indices for riparian restoration planning and monitoring
JS Young, EM Ammon, PJ Weisberg, TE Dilts, WE Newton, ...
Ecological indicators 34, 159-167, 2013
Development of remote sensing indicators for mapping episodic die-off of an invasive annual grass (Bromus tectorum) from the Landsat archive
PJ Weisberg, TE Dilts, OW Baughman, SE Meyer, EA Leger, ...
Ecological Indicators 79, 173-181, 2017
Polygon to centerline Tool for ArcGIS
TE Dilts
University of Nevada Reno: Reno, NV, USA, 2015
Resource selection of mule deer in a shrub‐steppe ecosystem: influence of woodland distribution and animal behavior
S Morano, KM Stewart, T Dilts, A Ellsworth, VC Bleich
Ecosphere 10 (11), e02811, 2019
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