H. Scott Butterfield
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The effects of phenology on indirect measures of aboveground biomass in annual grasses
HS Butterfield, CM Malmström
International Journal of Remote Sensing 30 (12), 3133-3146, 2009
602009
Species distribution models of an endangered rodent offer conflicting measures of habitat quality at multiple scales
WT Bean, LR Prugh, R Stafford, HS Butterfield, M Westphal, JS Brashares
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (4), 1116-1125, 2014
592014
Using remote sensing to evaluate the influence of grassland restoration activities on ecosystem forage provisioning services
CM Malmstrom, HS Butterfield, C Barber, B Dieter, R Harrison, J Qi, ...
Restoration Ecology 17 (4), 526-538, 2009
592009
Contemporary Drought and Future Effects of Climate Change on the Endangered Blunt-Nosed Leopard Lizard, Gambelia sila
MF Westphal, JAE Stewart, EN Tennant, HS Butterfield, B Sinervo
PloS one 11 (5), e0154838, 2016
252016
Persistence of historical population structure in an endangered species despite near‐complete biome conversion in California's San Joaquin Desert
JQ Richmond, DA Wood, MF Westphal, AG Vandergast, AD Leaché, ...
Molecular Ecology 26 (14), 3618-3635, 2017
242017
Monitoring the impact of grazing on rangeland conservation easements using MODIS vegetation indices
M Tsalyuk, M Kelly, K Koy, WM Getz, HS Butterfield
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (2), 173-185, 2015
212015
Experimental use of remote sensing by private range managers and its influence on management decisions
HS Butterfield, CM Malmstrom
Rangeland Ecology & Management 59 (5), 541-548, 2006
202006
The dark side of facilitation: native shrubs facilitate exotic annuals more strongly than native annuals
JE Lucero, T Noble, S Haas, M Westphal, HS Butterfield, CJ Lortie
NeoBiota 44, 75, 2019
182019
Better late than never: a synthesis of strategic land retirement and restoration in California
CJ Lortie, A Filazzola, R Kelsey, AK Hart, HS Butterfield
Ecosphere 9 (8), e02367, 2018
142018
An evaluation of monitoring methods for the endangered giant kangaroo rat
WT Bean, R Stafford, LR Prugh, H Scott Butterfield, JS Brashares
Wildlife Society Bulletin 36 (3), 587-593, 2012
132012
A multi-scale distribution model for non-equilibrium populations suggests resource limitation in an endangered rodent
WT Bean, R Stafford, HS Butterfield, JS Brashares
PLoS One 9 (9), e106638, 2014
112014
Groundwater sustainability in the San Joaquin Valley: multiple benefits if agricultural lands are retired and restored strategically
R Kelsey, A Hart, H Butterfield, D Vink
California Agriculture 72 (3), 151-154, 2018
102018
Climate change and collapsing thermal niches of Mexican endemic reptiles
B Sinervo, RA Lara Reséndiz, DB Miles, JE Lovich, JR Ennen, J Müller, ...
92017
A picture is worth a thousand data points: an imagery dataset of paired shrub-open microsites within the Carrizo Plain National Monument
TJ Noble, CJ Lortie, M Westphal, HS Butterfield
GigaScience 5 (1), s13742-016-0145-2, 2016
92016
Habitat restoration opportunities, climatic niche contraction, and conservation biogeography in California's San Joaquin Desert
JAE Stewart, HS Butterfield, JQ Richmond, DJ Germano, MF Westphal, ...
PloS one 14 (1), e0210766, 2019
72019
A test of desert shrub facilitation via radiotelemetric monitoring of a diurnal lizard
MF Westphal, T Noble, HS Butterfield, CJ Lortie
Ecology and evolution 8 (23), 12153-12162, 2018
72018
Harnessing cross-border resources to confront climate change
O Aburto-Oropeza, AF Johnson, M Agha, EB Allen, MF Allen, JA González, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 87, 128-132, 2018
72018
Shaping land use change and ecosystem restoration in a water-stressed agricultural landscape to achieve multiple benefits
BP Bryant, TR Kelsey, AL Vogl, SA Wolny, D MacEwan, PC Selmants, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4, 138, 2020
62020
Shrub and vegetation cover predict resource selection use by an endangered species of desert lizard
CJ Lortie, J Braun, M Westphal, T Noble, M Zuliani, E Nix, N Ghazian, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-7, 2020
62020
Climatic niche contraction, habitat restoration opportunities, and conservation biogeography in California's San Joaquin Desert
JAE Stewart, HS Butterfield, JQ Richmond, DJ Germano, MF Westphal, ...
PeerJ PrePrints 6, e26758v1, 2018
42018
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