Lindsay V. Reynolds
Lindsay V. Reynolds
Bureau of Land Management, Department of Interior
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Vulnerability of riparian ecosystems to elevated CO2 and climate change in arid and semiarid western North America
LG Perry, DC Andersen, LV Reynolds, SM Nelson, PB Shafroth
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 821-842, 2012
Flow regime alteration degrades ecological networks in riparian ecosystems
JD Tonkin, DM Merritt, JD Olden, LV Reynolds, DA Lytle
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (1), 86-93, 2018
Prepare river ecosystems for an uncertain future
JD Tonkin, NLR Poff, NR Bond, A Horne, DM Merritt, LV Reynolds, ...
Nature 570 (7761), 301-303, 2019
Challenges of predicting the potential distribution of a slow-spreading invader: a habitat suitability map for an invasive riparian tree
CS Jarnevich, LV Reynolds
Biological Invasions 13, 153-163, 2011
Modeled intermittency risk for small streams in the Upper Colorado River Basin under climate change
LV Reynolds, PB Shafroth, NLR Poff
Journal of Hydrology 523, 768-780, 2015
Environmental tolerance of an invasive riparian tree and its potential for continued spread in the southwestern US
LV Reynolds, DJ Cooper
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (4), 733-743, 2010
Linking river flow regimes to riparian plant guilds: A community‐wide modeling approach
DA Lytle, DM Merritt, JD Tonkin, JD Olden, LV Reynolds
Ecological Applications 27 (4), 1338-1350, 2017
Incorporating climate change projections into riparian restoration planning and design
LG Perry, LV Reynolds, TJ Beechie, MJ Collins, PB Shafroth
Ecohydrology 8 (5), 863-879, 2015
Vegetation response to invasive Tamarix control in southwestern U.S. rivers: a collaborative study including 416 sites
E González, AA Sher, RM Anderson, RF Bay, DW Bean, GJ Bissonnete, ...
Ecological Applications 27 (6), 1789-1804, 2017
Secondary invasions of noxious weeds associated with control of invasive Tamarix are frequent, idiosyncratic and persistent
E González, AA Sher, RM Anderson, RF Bay, DW Bean, GJ Bissonnete, ...
Biological Conservation 213, 106-114, 2017
Climatic effects on caterpillar fluctuations in northern hardwood forests
LV Reynolds, MP Ayres, TG Siccama, RT Holmes
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (2), 481-491, 2007
Designing flow regimes to support entire river ecosystems
JD Tonkin, JD Olden, DM Merritt, LV Reynolds, JS Rogosch, DA Lytle
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (6), 326-333, 2021
Ecosystem response to removal of exotic riparian shrubs and a transition to upland vegetation
LV Reynolds, DJ Cooper
Plant Ecology 212, 1243-1261, 2011
Increasing drought favors nonnative fishes in a dryland river: evidence from a multispecies demographic model
JS Rogosch, JD Tonkin, DA Lytle, DM Merritt, LV Reynolds, JD Olden
Ecosphere 10 (4), e02681, 2019
Guidance for stream restoration
SE Yochum, LV Reynolds
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, National Stream & Aquatic …, 2018
Abandoned floodplain plant communities along a regulated dryland river
LV Reynolds, PB Shafroth, PK House
River research and applications 30 (9), 1084-1098, 2014
Adaptive monitoring for multiscale land management: Lessons learned from the Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) principles
E Kachergis, SW Miller, SE McCord, M Dickard, S Savage, LV Reynolds, ...
Rangelands 44 (1), 50-63, 2022
Riparian plant composition along hydrologic gradients in a dryland river basin and implications for a warming climate
LV Reynolds, PB Shafroth
Ecohydrology, 2017
Divergent effects of land-use, propagule pressure, and climate on woody riparian invasion
LG Perry, LV Reynolds, PB Shafroth
Biological Invasions, 1-25, 2018
Drivers of riparian tree invasion on a desert stream
LV Reynolds, DJ Cooper, NT Hobbs
River Research and Applications 30 (1), 60-70, 2014
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