Urs P Kreuter
Urs P Kreuter
Professor of Ecology & Conservation Biology
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Change in ecosystem service values in the San Antonio area, Texas
UP Kreuter, HG Harris, MD Matlock, RE Lacey
Ecological economics 39 (3), 333-346, 2001
An ecosystem service value assessment of land-use change on Chongming Island, China
B Zhao, U Kreuter, B Li, Z Ma, J Chen, N Nakagoshi
Land Use Policy 21 (2), 139-148, 2004
Multi-paddock grazing on rangelands: why the perceptual dichotomy between research results and rancher experience?
R Teague, F Provenza, U Kreuter, T Steffens, M Barnes
Journal of Environmental management 128, 699-717, 2013
The rising Great Plains fire campaign: citizens' response to woody plant encroachment
D Twidwell, WE Rogers, SD Fuhlendorf, CL Wonkka, DM Engle, JR Weir, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (s1), e64-e71, 2013
The role of ruminants in reducing agriculture's carbon footprint in North America
WR Teague, S Apfelbaum, R Lal, UP Kreuter, J Rowntree, CA Davies, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71 (2), 156-164, 2016
Ecosystem service value assessment of a natural reserve region for strengthening protection and conservation
S Sannigrahi, S Chakraborti, PK Joshi, S Keesstra, S Sen, SK Paul, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 244, 208-227, 2019
Managing grazing to restore soil health, ecosystem function, and ecosystem services
R Teague, U Kreuter
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 534187, 2020
Impacts of land change on ecosystem services in the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, from 1984 to 2010
H Yi, B Güneralp, AM Filippi, UP Kreuter, İ Güneralp
Ecological Economics 135, 125-135, 2017
Understanding the multidimensionality of property rights orientations: evidence from Utah and Texas ranchers
D Jackson-Smith, U Kreuter, RS Krannich
Society and Natural Resources 18 (7), 587-610, 2005
Changing landowners, changing ecosystem? Land-ownership motivations as drivers of land management practices
MG Sorice, UP Kreuter, BP Wilcox, WE Fox III
Journal of environmental management 133, 144-152, 2014
Perceptions of Texas landowners regarding fire and its use
UP Kreuter, JB Woodard, CA Taylor, WR Teague
Rangeland Ecology & Management 61 (4), 456-464, 2008
Elephants and whales: resources for whom?
MMR Freeman, UP Kreuter
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The role of prescribed burn associations in the application of prescribed fires in rangeland ecosystems
D Toledo, UP Kreuter, MG Sorice, CA Taylor Jr
Journal of environmental management 132, 323-328, 2014
Extreme prescribed fire during drought reduces survival and density of woody resprouters
D Twidwell, WE Rogers, CL Wonkka, CA Taylor Jr, UP Kreuter
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (5), 1585-1596, 2016
Economic implications of maintaining rangeland ecosystem health in a semi-arid savanna
WR Teague, UP Kreuter, WE Grant, H Diaz-Solis, MM Kothmann
Ecological Economics 68 (5), 1417-1429, 2009
Examining the direct and indirect effects of environmental change and place attachment on land management decisions in the Hill Country of Texas, USA
PH Lai, UP Kreuter
Landscape and Urban Planning 104 (3-4), 320-328, 2012
Spatial and temporal changes in biodiversity and ecosystem services in the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, from 1984 to 2010
H Yi, B Güneralp, UP Kreuter, İ Güneralp, AM Filippi
Science of the total environment 619, 1259-1271, 2018
From collaboration to conservation: insights from the Okavango Delta, Botswana
JE Mbaiwa, A Stronza, URS Kreuter
Society and Natural Resources 24 (4), 400-411, 2011
Legal barriers to effective ecosystem management: exploring linkages between liability, regulations, and prescribed fire
CL Wonkka, WE Rogers, UP Kreuter
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2382-2393, 2015
Property rights orientations and rangeland management objectives: Texas, Utah, and Colorado
UP Kreuter, MV Nair, D Jackson-Smith, JR Conner, JE Johnston
Rangeland Ecology & Management 59 (6), 632-639, 2006
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