Monica A Dorning
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Leaf and root extracts of the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, inhibit seed germination of three herbs with no autotoxic effects
M Dorning, D Cipollini
Plant Ecology 184 (2), 287-296, 2006
2262006
FUTURES: multilevel simulations of emerging urban–rural landscape structure using a stochastic patch-growing algorithm
RK Meentemeyer, W Tang, MA Dorning, JB Vogler, NJ Cunniffe, ...
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (4), 785-807, 2013
822013
Conservation opportunities across the world's anthromes
LJ Martin, JE Quinn, EC Ellis, MR Shaw, MA Dorning, LM Hallett, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (7), 745-755, 2014
552014
Simulating urbanization scenarios reveals tradeoffs between conservation planning strategies
MA Dorning, J Koch, DA Shoemaker, RK Meentemeyer
Landscape and Urban Planning 136, 28-39, 2015
522015
Citizen science helps predict risk of emerging infectious disease
RK Meentemeyer, MA Dorning, JB Vogler, D Schmidt, M Garbelotto
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (4), 189-194, 2015
402015
Direct and indirect effects of conditioned soils and tissue extracts of the invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii, on target plant performance
D Cipollini, M Dorning
Castanea 73 (3), 166-176, 2008
322008
Vegetation release eight years after removal of Lonicera maackii in west-central Ohio
JR Runkle, A DiSalvo, Y Graham-Gibson, M Dorning
312007
A mixed-methods analysis of social-ecological feedbacks between urbanization and forest persistence
T BenDor, DA Shoemaker, JC Thill, MA Dorning, RK Meentemeyer
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
262014
Quantifying the visual-sensory landscape qualities that contribute to cultural ecosystem services using social media and LiDAR
DB Van Berkel, P Tabrizian, MA Dorning, L Smart, D Newcomb, ...
Ecosystem services 31, 326-335, 2018
242018
Changing decisions in a changing landscape: How might forest owners in an urbanizing region respond to emerging bioenergy markets?
MA Dorning, JW Smith, DA Shoemaker, RK Meentemeyer
Land Use Policy 49, 1-10, 2015
222015
Integrating spatially explicit representations of landscape perceptions into land change research
MA Dorning, DB Van Berkel, DJ Semmens
Current Landscape Ecology Reports 2 (3), 73-88, 2017
102017
Bayesian methods to estimate urban growth potential
JW Smith, LS Smart, MA Dorning, LN Dupéy, A Méley, RK Meentemeyer
Landscape and Urban Planning 163, 1-16, 2017
62017
Mapping historical development patterns and forecasting urban growth in Western North Carolina: 1976–2030
JB Vogler, DA Shoemaker, M Dorning, RK Meentemeyer
Charlotte, NC, 2010
62010
Modeling landowner interactions and development patterns at the urban fringe
J Koch, MA Dorning, DB Van Berkel, SM Beck, GM Sanchez, ...
Landscape and urban planning 182, 101-113, 2019
52019
Oil and gas development influences big‐game hunting in Wyoming
MA Dorning, SL Garman, JE Diffendorfer, DJ Semmens, TJ Hawbaker, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (3), 379-392, 2017
52017
Geographic context affects the landscape change and fragmentation caused by wind energy facilities
JE Diffendorfer, MA Dorning, JR Keen, LA Kramer, RV Taylor
PeerJ 7, e7129, 2019
22019
Biases in the literature on direct wildlife mortality from energy development
SR Loss, MA Dorning, JE Diffendorfer
BioScience 69 (5), 348-359, 2019
22019
The integration of land change modeling framework FUTURES into GRASS GIS 7
A Petrasova, V Petras, DA Shoemaker, MA Dorning, RK Meentemeyer
Geomatics Workbooks n 12–“FOSS4G Europe Como 2015, 2015
22015
Payments for Carbon Sequestration to Alleviate Development Pressure in a Rapidly Urbanizing Region
JW Smith, M Dorning, DA Shoemaker, A Méley, LN Dupéy, ...
Forest Science 63 (3), 270-282, 2017
12017
Landscape change and human-environment interactions: Implications for natural resource management in urbanizing areas
MA Dorning
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2014
12014
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