Stella M. Copeland
Stella M. Copeland
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Climate-driven diversity loss in a grassland community
SP Harrison, ES Gornish, S Copeland
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (28), 8672-8677, 2015
Using functional diversity patterns to explore metacommunity dynamics: a framework for understanding local and regional influences on community structure
MJ Spasojevic, S Copeland, KN Suding
Ecography 37 (10), 939-949, 2014
Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility
KL Callis, LR Christ, J Resasco, DW Armitage, JD Ash, TT Caughlin, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (4), 177-179, 2009
Ecological effects of extreme drought on Californian herbaceous plant communities
SM Copeland, SP Harrison, AM Latimer, EI Damschen, AM Eskelinen, ...
Ecological Monographs 86 (3), 295-311, 2016
Prestoration: using species in restoration that will persist now and into the future
BJ Butterfield, SM Copeland, SM Munson, CM Roybal, TE Wood
Restoration Ecology 25, S155-S163, 2017
Plant communities on infertile soils are less sensitive to climate change
S Harrison, E Damschen, B Fernandez-Going, A Eskelinen, S Copeland
Annals of Botany 116 (6), 1017-1022, 2015
Long‐term trends in restoration and associated land treatments in the southwestern United States
SM Copeland, SM Munson, DS Pilliod, JL Welty, JB Bradford, ...
Restoration Ecology 26 (2), 311-322, 2018
Potential impacts of overlapping land‐use and climate in a sensitive dryland: a case study of the Colorado Plateau, USA
SM Copeland, JB Bradford, MC Duniway, RM Schuster
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01823, 2017
Beyond traditional ecological restoration on the Colorado Plateau
DE Winkler, DM Backer, J Belnap, JB Bradford, BJ Butterfield, ...
Restoration Ecology 26 (6), 1055-1060, 2018
Short‐term effects of elevated precipitation and nitrogen on soil fertility and plant growth in a Neotropical savanna
SM Copeland, EM Bruna, LVB Silva, MC Mack, HL Vasconcelos
Ecosphere 3 (4), 1-20, 2012
Identifying plant traits associated with topographic contrasts in a rugged and diverse region (Klamath‐Siskiyou Mts, OR, USA)
SM Copeland, SP Harrison
Ecography 38 (6), 569-577, 2015
Gaps and hotspots in the state of knowledge of pinyon-juniper communities
JA Hartsell, SM Copeland, SM Munson, BJ Butterfield, JB Bradford
Forest Ecology and Management 455, 117628, 2020
Long‐term plant community trajectories suggest divergent responses of native and non‐native perennials and annuals to vegetation removal and seeding treatments
SM Copeland, SM Munson, JB Bradford, BJ Butterfield, KL Gunnell
Restoration Ecology 27 (4), 821-831, 2019
Restoration of sagebrush in crested wheatgrass communities: longer-term evaluation in northern Great Basin
KW Davies, CS Boyd, JD Bates, EP Hamerlynck, SM Copeland
Rangeland Ecology & Management 73 (1), 1-8, 2020
Community traits affect plant–plant interactions across climatic gradients
SM Copeland, SP Harrison
Oikos 126 (2), 2017
Shading and litter mediate the effects of soil fertility on the performance of an understorey herb
SM Copeland, SP Harrison
Annals of botany 118 (6), 1187-1198, 2016
Influence of climate, post‐treatment weather extremes, and soil factors on vegetation recovery after restoration treatments in the southwestern US
SM Copeland, SM Munson, JB Bradford, BJ Butterfield
Applied Vegetation Science 22 (1), 85-95, 2019
Life history characteristics may be as important as climate projections for defining range shifts: An example for common tree species in the intermountain western US
SM Copeland, JB Bradford, MC Duniway, BJ Butterfield
Diversity and Distributions 24 (12), 1844-1859, 2018
Fire effects on selected rare plants of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon
S Copeland
Colorado College., 2005
RAMPS: The restoration assessment and monitoring program for the southwest
ML McCormick, SM Munson, JB Bradford, B Butterfield, SM Copeland
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
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