Daniel R Schlaepfer
Daniel R Schlaepfer
Affiliated with NAU (CAWL) and USGS (SBSC)
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Are invaders different? A conceptual framework of comparative approaches for assessing determinants of invasiveness
M Van Kleunen, W Dawson, D Schlaepfer, JM Jeschke, M Fischer
Ecology letters 13 (8), 947-958, 2010
A multi‐species experiment in their native range indicates pre‐adaptation of invasive alien plant species
DR Schlaepfer, M Glättli, M Fischer, M van Kleunen
New Phytologist 185 (4), 1087-1099, 2010
Climate change reduces extent of temperate drylands and intensifies drought in deep soils
DR Schlaepfer, JB Bradford, WK Lauenroth, SM Munson, B Tietjen, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
Preadapted for invasiveness: do species traits or their plastic response to shading differ between invasive and non‐invasive plant species in their native range?
M van Kleunen, DR Schlaepfer, M Glaettli, M Fischer
Journal of Biogeography 38 (7), 1294-1304, 2011
Effects of ecohydrological variables on current and future ranges, local suitability patterns, and model accuracy in big sagebrush
DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, JB Bradford
Ecography 35 (4), 374-384, 2012
Why only tetraploid Solidago gigantea (Asteraceae) became invasive: a common garden comparison of ploidy levels
DR Schlaepfer, PJ Edwards, R Billeter
Oecologia 163 (3), 661-673, 2010
Ecohydrological niche of sagebrush ecosystems
DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, JB Bradford
Ecohydrology 5 (4), 453-466, 2012
Climate change‐induced vegetation shifts lead to more ecological droughts despite projected rainfall increases in many global temperate drylands
B Tietjen, DR Schlaepfer, JB Bradford, WK Lauenroth, SA Hall, ...
Global change biology 23 (7), 2743-2754, 2017
Ecosystem expansion and contraction dynamics along a large Alpine alluvial corridor (Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy)
M Doering, U Uehlinger, A Rotach, DR Schlaepfer, K Tockner
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
Natural regeneration processes in big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata)
DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, JB Bradford
Rangeland Ecology & Management 67 (4), 344-357, 2014
Consequences of declining snow accumulation for water balance of mid‐latitude dry regions
DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, JB Bradford
Global change biology 18 (6), 1988-1997, 2012
Climate change may restrict dryland forest regeneration in the 21st century
MD Petrie, JB Bradford, RM Hubbard, WK Lauenroth, CM Andrews, ...
Ecology 98 (6), 1548-1559, 2017
Cytogeography of Solidago gigantea (Asteraceae) and its invasive ploidy level
DR Schlaepfer, PJ Edwards, JC Semple, R Billeter
Journal of Biogeography 35 (11), 2119-2127, 2008
On the dangers of model complexity without ecological justification in species distribution modeling
DM Bell, DR Schlaepfer
Ecological Modelling 330, 50-59, 2016
Terrestrial water fluxes dominated by transpiration: Comment
DR Schlaepfer, BE Ewers, BN Shuman, DG Williams, JM Frank, ...
Ecosphere. 5 (5): Article 61. 5 (5), 61, 2014
Ecohydrology of dry regions: storage versus pulse soil water dynamics
WK Lauenroth, DR Schlaepfer, JB Bradford
Ecosystems 17 (8), 1469-1479, 2014
Ecohydrology of adjacent sagebrush and lodgepole pine ecosystems: the consequences of climate change and disturbance
JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth
Ecosystems 17 (4), 590-605, 2014
Phylogeography of native ploidy levels and invasive tetraploids of Solidago gigantea
DR Schlaepfer, PJ Edwards, A Widmer, R Billeter
Molecular Ecology 17 (24), 5245-5256, 2008
Mid‐latitude shrub steppe plant communities: climate change consequences for soil water resources
KA Palmquist, DR Schlaepfer, JB Bradford, WK Lauenroth
Ecology 97 (9), 2342-2354, 2016
Shifts in plant functional types have time‐dependent and regionally variable impacts on dryland ecosystem water balance
JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, IC Burke
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1408-1418, 2014
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