Publications 2015

Alexandre, P., M. H. Mockrin, S. I. Stewart, R. B. Hammer, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Rebuilding and housing development after wildfire. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 24(1):138-149.
Allstadt, A.J., S.J. Vavrus, P.J. Heglund, A.M. Pidgeon, W.E. Thogmartin, and V.C. Radeloff. 2015. Spring plant phonology and false springs in the conterminous US during the 21st century. Environmental Research Letters, 10(10): 104008.
Bateman, B. L., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C. Radeloff, A. A. Allstadt, H. R. Akcakaya, W. E. Thogmartin, T. P. Albright, and P. J. Heglund. 2015. The importance of range edges during extreme weather events. Landscape Ecology,30(6):1095-1110.
Baumann, M., V. C. Radeloff, V. Avedian, and T. Kuemmerle. 2015. Land-use change in the Caucasus during and after the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Regional and Environmental Change, 15(8):1703-1716.
Bellis, L. M., A. M. Pidgeon, C. Alcantara, S. Dardanelli, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Succession vs. erosion: what is the main driver of bird richness in highland wooded landscapes? Forest Ecology and Management, 349:85-93.
Bleyhl, B., T. Sipko, S. Trepet, E. Bragina, P.J. Leitao, V.C. Radeloff, and T.Kuemmerle. 2015. Mapping seasonal European bison habitat in the Caucasus Mountains to identify potential reintroduction sites. Conservation Biology, 191: 83-92.
Bragina, E. V., A. R. Ives, A. M. Pidgeon, T. Kuemmerle, L. M. Baskin, Y. P. Gubar, M. Piquer-Rodriguez, N. S. Keuler, V. G. Petrosyan, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Rapid declines of large mammal populations after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Conservation Biology, 29(3):844-853.
Bragina, E., V. C. Radeloff, M. Baumann, K. Wendland, T. Kuemmerle, and A. M. Pidgeon. 2015. Effectiveness of protected areas in the Western Caucasus before and after the transition to postsocialism. Biological Conservation, 184: 456-464.
Brandt, J. S., V. Butsic, B. Schwab, T. Kuemmerle, and V. C. Radeloff. The relative effectiveness of protected areas, a logging ban and sacred areas for old growth forest protection in southwest China. Biological Conservation, 181: 1-8.
Carter, S.K., S.R. Januchowski-Hartley, J.D. Pohlman, T.L. Bergeson, A.M. Pidgeon, and V.C. Radeloff. 2015. An evaluation of environmental, institutional, and socio-economic factors explaining successful conservation plan implementation in the north-ccentral United States. Biological Conservation, 192:135-144.
Corbelle-Rico, E., V. Butsic, M. J. Enriquez-Garcia, and V. C. Radeloff. Technology or policy? Drivers of land cover change in northwestern Spain before and after the accession to European Economic Community. Land Use Policy, 45:18-25.
Fancourt, BA., B.L. Bateman, J. VanDerWal, S.C. Nicol, C.E. Hawkins, M.E. Jones, and C.N. Johnson. 2015. Testing the role of climate change in species decline: is the eastern quoll a victim of a change in the weather? Plos ONE 10(6): e0129420.
Georgian, E., F. Zhendong, E. Emshwiller, and A. Pidgeon. 2015. The pollination ecology of Rhododendron floccigerum Franchet (Ericaceae) in Weixi, Yunnan Province, China. Journal of Pollination Ecology, 16(11): 72-81
Ginzler, C. & Hobi, M. L. 2015. Countrywide stereo-image matching for updating digital surface models in the framework of the Swiss National Forest Inventory. Remote Sensing 7: 4343-4370.
Hamilton, C. M., W. E. Thogmartin, V. C. Radeloff, A. J. Plantinga, P. J. Heglund, S. Martinuzzi, and A. M Pidgeon. Change in agricultural land use constrains adaptation of national wildlife refuges to climate change. Environmental Conservation, 42(1): 12-19.
Hobi, M. L., Commarmot, B. & Bugmann, H. 2015. Pattern and process in the largest primeval beech forest of Europe (Ukrainian Carpathians). Journal of Vegetation Science 26: 323-336. Coming soon
Hobi, M. L., Ginzler, C., Commarmot, B., & Bugmann, H. 2015. Gap pattern of the largest primeval beech forest of Europe revealed by remote sensing. Ecosphere, 6(5):76.
Pidgeon, A.M., L. Rivera, S. Martinuzzi, N. Politi, and B. Bateman. 2015. Will representation targets based on area protect critical resources for conservation of the Tucumán Parrot? Condor 117: 503-517.
Kraemer, R., A. V. Prishchepov, A. Dara, T. Kuemmerle, D. Mueller, V. C. Radeloff, A. Terekhov, and M. Fruehauf. 2015. Long-term agricultural land-cover change reveals limited potential for cropland expansion in the former Virgin Lands area of Kazakhstan. Environmental Research Letters, 10(5): 054012.
Martinuzzi, S., G.I. Gavier-Pizarro, A.E. Lugo, and V.C. Radeloff. 2015. Future land-use changes and the potential for novelty in ecosystems in the United States. Ecosystems, 18(8): 1332-1342.
Martinuzzi, S., J. C. Withey, A. M. Pidgeon, A. J. Plantinga, A. A. McKerrow, S. G. Williams, D. P. Helmers, and V. C. Radeloff. Future land-use scenarios and the loss of wildlife habitat in the southeastern U.S. 2015. Ecological Applications, 25(1): 160-171.
Martinuzzi, S., V.C. Radeloff, L.N. Joppa, C.M. Hamilton, D.P. Helmers, A.J. Plantinga, and D.J. Lewis. 2015. Scenarios of future land use change around United States' protected areas. Biological Conservation, 184: 446-455.
Mockrin, M. H., S. I. Stewart, V. C. Radeloff, R. B. Hammer, and P. M. Alexandre. Adapting to wildfire: rebuilding after home loss. 2015. Society and Natural Resources, 28(8): 839-856.
Munteanu C, Kuemmerle T, Keuler NS, Müller D, Balázs P, Dobosz M, Griffiths P, Halada L, Kaim D, Király G, Konkoly-Gyuró E, Kozak J, Lieskovsky J, Ostafin K, Ostapowicz K, Sandra O, Radeloff VC (2015) Legacies of 19th century land use shape contemporary forest cover. Global Environmental Change, 34: 83-94
Neumann, W., S. Martinuzzi, A. B. Estes, A. M. Pidgeon, H. Dettki, G. Ericsson, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Opportunities for the application of advanced remotely-sensed data in ecological studies of terrestrial animal movement. Movement Ecology, 3: 8.
Peck, J., Commarmot, B., Hobi, M. L. & Zenner, E. 2015. Should reference conditions be drawn from a single 10 ha plot? Assessing representativeness in a 10,000 ha old-growth European beech forest. Restoration Ecology 23: 927-935. Coming soon
Petritan, I. C., Commarmot, B., Hobi, M. L., Petritan, A. M., Bigler, C., Abrudan, I. V. & Rigling, A. 2015. Structural patterns of beech and silver fir suggest stability and resilience of the virgin forest Sinca in the Southern Carpathians, Romania. Forest Ecology and Management 356: 184-195. Coming soon
Potapov, P., S. A. Turubanova, A. Tyukavina, A. Krylov, J. L. McCarthy, V. C. Radeloff, and M. C. Hansen. 2015. Eastern Europe's forest cover dynamics from 1985 to 2012 quantified from the full Landsat archive. Remote Sensing of Environment, 159:28-43.
Radeloff, V. C., J. W. Williams, B. L. Bateman, K. D. Burke, S. K. Carter, E. S. Childress, K. J. Cromwell, C. Gratton, A. O. Hasley, B. M. Kraemer, A. W. Latzka, E. Marin-Spiotta, C. D. Meine, S. E. Munoz, T. M. Neeson, A. M. Pidgeon, A. R. Rissman, R. J. Rivera, L. M. Szymanski, J. Usinowicz. 2015. The rise of novelty in ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 25(8): 2051-2068.
Rose, R. A., D. Byler, J. R. Eastman, E. Fleishman, G.Geller, S. Goetz, L. Guild, H. Hamilton, M. Hansen, R. Headley, J. Hewson, N. Horning, B. A. Kaplin, N. Laporte, A. Leidner, A. Nadine, P. Leimgruber, J. Morisette, J. Musinsky, L. Pintea, A. Prados, V. C. Radeloff, M. Rowen, S. Saatchi, S. Schill, K. Tabor, W. Turner, A. Vodacek, J. Vogelmann, M. Wegmann, D. Wilkie, and C. Wilson. 2015. Ten ways remote sensing can contribute to conservation. Conservation Biology, 29(2): 350-359.
Sieber, A., N.V. Uvarov, L.M. Baskin, V.C. Radeloff, B.L. Bateman, A.B. Pankov, T. Kuemmerle. 2015. Post-Soviet land-use change effects on large mammals' habitat in European Russia. Biological Conservation, 191: 567-576.
Wendland, K., M. Baumann, D. Lewis, A. Sieber, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Protected area effectiveness in European Russia during and after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Land Economics, 91(1): 149-168.
Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C. Radeloff. D. Helmers, P. D. Culbert, N. S. Keuler, and C. H. Flather. 2015. Housing development, protected areas, and avian community conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52:1227-1236 .
Wood, E. M., and A. M. Pidgeon. Tree phenology, migratory songbirds, and climate variation: implications for forest management favoring tree heterogeneity. Studies in Avian Biology, #47, CRC Press. ISBN 9781482240306. Coming soon
Wood, E. M., and A.M. Pidgeon. 2015. Extreme variations in spring temperature affect ecosystem regulating services provided by birds during migration. Ecosphere, 6(11); art216.
Wood, E. M., J. S. Brandt, A. M. Pidgeon, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Habitat-occupancy associations and tree-species use patterns in breeding birds in Tibetan sacred forests: conservation implications for traditional forest management. Biological Conservation, 24:129-148.
Wood, E.M. and A. M. Pidgeon. 2015. Climatic extremes influence spring tree phenology and migratory songbird foraging behavior. P 117-132 in Phenological Synchrony and Bird Migration. Studies in Avian Biology Volume 47, Cooper Ornithological Society.
Zenner, E. K., Peck, J. E., Hobi, M. L. & Commarmot B. 2015. The dynamics of structure across scale in a primaeval European beech stand. Forestry 88: 180-189. Coming soon