Publications

2020:

Cuyler, C., Daniel, C. J., Enghoff, M., Levermann, N., Møller Lund, N., Hansen, P. N., and Danielsen, D. D. F. 2020. Using local ecological knowledge as evidence to guide management: A community‐led harvest calculator for muskoxen in GreenlandConservation Science and Practice. doi:10.1111/csp2.159

2019:

Jarnevich, C. S., Cullinane Thomas, C., Young, N. E., Backer, D., Cline, S., Frid, L., and Grissom, P. 2019. Developing an expert elicited simulation model to evaluate invasive species and fire management alternatives. Ecosphere. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2730

Sleeter, B. M., Marvin, D. C., Cameron, D. R., Selmants, P. C., Westerling, L., Kreitler, J., Daniel, C. J., Liu, J., Wilson, T. S. 2019. Effects of 21st century climate, land use, and disturbances on ecosystem carbon balance in California. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.14677

D’Aloia, C. C., Naujokaitis-Lewis, I., Blackford, C., Chu, C., Curtis, J. M., Darling, E., Guichard, F., Leroux, S. J., Martensen, A. C., Rayfield, B., Sunday, J. M., Xuereb, A., and Fortin, M. J. 2019. Coupled networks of permanent protected areas and dynamic conservation areas for biodiversity conservation under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.3389/fevo.2019.00027

2018:

Daniel, C. J., Sleeter, B., Frid, L., and Fortin, M. J.2018. Integrating continuous stocks and flows into state-and-transition simulation models of landscape change. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12952

Ford, P. L., Reeves, M. C., and Frid, L. 2018. A tool for projecting rangeland vegetation response to management and climate. Rangelands. doi:10.1016/j.rala.2018.10.010

Sleeter, B., Liu, J., Daniel, C. J., Rayfield, B., Sherba, J., Hawbaker, T.J., Zhu, Z., Selmants, P.C., and Loveland, T.R. 2018. Effects of contemporary land-use and land-cover change on the carbon balance of terrestrial ecosystems in the United States. Environmental Research Letters. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aab540

2017:

Miller, B. W., Symstad, A. J., Frid, L., Fisichelli, N. A., and Schuurman, G. W. 2017. Co-producing simulation models to inform resource management: a case study from southwest South Dakota. Ecosphere. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2020

Daniel, C. J., Ter-Mikaelian, M. T., Wotton, B. M., Rayfield, B., and Fortin, M.J. 2017. Incorporating uncertainty into forest management planning: Timber harvest, wildfire and climate change in the boreal forest. Forest Ecology and Management. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2017.06.039

Albert, C. H., Rayfield, B., Dumitru, M., and Gonzalez, A. 2017. Applying network theory to prioritize multispecies habitat networks that are robust to climate and land‐use change. Conservation Biology. doi:10.1111/cobi.12943

Gilarranz, L. J., Rayfield, B., Liñán-Cembrano, G., Bascompte, J., and Gonzalez, A. 2017. Effects of network modularity on the spread of perturbation impact in experimental metapopulations. Science. doi:10.1126/science.aal4122

2016:

Daniel, C. J., Frid, L., Sleeter, B., and Fortin, M. J. 2016. State-and-transition simulation models: a framework for forecasting landscape change. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12597

Provencher, L., Frid, L., Czembor, C., and Morisette, J. T. 2016. State-and-Transition Models: Conceptual Versus Simulation Perspectives, Usefulness and Breadth of Use, and Land Management Applications. In M. J. Germino, J. C. Chambers, & C. S. Brown (Eds.), Exotic Brome-Grasses in Arid and Semiarid Ecosystems of the Western US (pp. 371-407). Cham Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24930-8_13

Rayfield, B., Pelletier, D., Dumitru, M., Cardille, J. A., and Gonzalez, A. 2016. Multipurpose habitat networks for short‐range and long‐range connectivity: a new method combining graph and circuit connectivity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12470

Mitchell, M. G. E., Bennett, E. M., Gonzalez, A., Lechowicz, M. J., Rhemtulla, J. M., Cardille, J .A., Vanderheyden, K., Poirier-Ghys, G., Renard, D., Delmotte, S., Albert, C., Rayfield, B., Dumitru, M., Huang, H., Kipp, R., Larouche, M., Liss, K., Maguire, D. Y., Martins, K., Terrado, M., Ziter, C., Taliana, L., and Dancose, K. 2015. The Montérégie Connection: Linking landscapes, biodiversity, and ecosystem services to improve decision-making. Ecology and Society. doi:10.5751/ES-07927-200415

2015:

Blankenship, K., Frid, L., and Smith, J. L. 2015. A state-and-transition simulation modeling approach for estimating the historical range of variability. AIMS Environmental Science. doi:10.3934/environsci.2015.2.253

Jarnevich, C., Holcombe, T. R., Cullinane Thomas, C., Frid, L., and Olsson, A. 2015. Simulating long-term effectiveness and efficiency of management scenarios for an invasive grass. AIMS Environmental Science. doi:10.3934/environsci.2015.2.427

Miller, B. W., Frid, L., Chang, T., Piekielek, N., Hansen, A. J., and Morisette, J. T. 2015. Combining state-and-transition simulations and species distribution models to anticipate the effects of climate change. AIMS Environmental Science. doi:10.3934/environsci.2015.2.400

Sleeter, B. M., Liu, J., Daniel, C. J., Frid, L., and Zhu, Z. 2015. An integrated approach to modeling changes in land use, land cover, and disturbance and their impact on ecosystem carbon dynamics: a case study in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. AIMS Environmental Science. doi:10.3934/environsci.2015.3.577

2014:

St-Louis, V., Forester, J. D., Pelletier, D., Bélisle, M., Desrochers, A., Rayfield, B., Wulder, M. A., and Cardille, J. A. 2014. Circuit theory emphasizes the importance of edge-crossing decisions in dispersal-scale movements of a forest passerine. Landscape ecology. doi:10.1007/s10980-014-0019-x

Leroux, S. J., and Rayfield, B. 2014. Methods and tools for addressing natural disturbance dynamics in conservation planning for wilderness areas. Diversity and distributions. doi:10.1111/ddi.12155

Pelletier, D., Clark, M., Anderson, M. G., Rayfield, B., Wulder, M. A., and Cardille, J. A. 2014. Applying circuit theory for corridor expansion and management at regional scales: tiling, pinch points, and omnidirectional connectivity. PLoS One. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084135