Jornada Bibliography

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Journal Article
Karl J, Duniway M, Nusser S, Opsomer J, Unnasch RS.  2012.  Using very-large-scale aerial imagery for rangeland monitoring and assessment: some statistical considerations. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:330-339.
Gillan JK, Strand EK, Karl JW, Reese KP, Laninga T.  2013.  Using Spatial Statistics and Point-Pattern Simulations to Assess the Spatial Dependency Between Greater Sage-Grouse and Anthropogenic Features. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 37(2):301-310.
Herrick JE, Karl JW, McCord S, Buenemann M., Riginos C., Courtright EM, Van Zee J, Ganguli A.C., Angerer J., Brown J. et al..  2017.  Two New Mobile Apps for Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring by Landowners and Land Managers. Rangelands . 32(2):46-55.
Herrick JE, Karl JW, McCord S, Buenemann M., Riginos C, Courtright EM, Van Zee J, Ganguli A.C., Angerer J., Brown JR et al..  2017.  Two new mobile apps for rangeland inventory and monitoring by landowners and land managers. Rangelands. 39:46-55.
Karl J.  2011.  Turning information into knowledge for rangeland management. Rangelands. 33(4):3-5.
Reo NJ, Karl J.  2010.  Tribal and state ecosystem management regimes influence forest regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management. 260(5):734-743.
Karl JW, Duniway M.C., Schrader T. S.  2012.  A Technique for Estimating Rangeland Canopy-Gap Size Distributions From High-Resolution Digital Imagery. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 65(2):196-207.
Karl JW, Herrick JE, Browning D.M..  2012.  A strategy for rangeland management based on best available knowledge and information. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:638-646.
Karl JW.  2010.  Spatial Predictions of Cover Attributes of Rangeland Ecosystems Using Regression Kriging and Remote Sensing. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 63:335-349.
Karl J, Maurer BA.  2010.  Spatial dependence of predictions from image segmentation: A variogram-based method to determine appropriate scales for producing land-management information. Ecological Informatics. 5:194-202.
Karl J, Talbot C.  2016.  The role of data and inference in the development and application of ecological site concepts and state-and-transition models. Rangelands. 38:322-328
Herrick JE, Brown J., Bestelmeyer B, Andrews S.S., Baldi G., Davies J., Duniway M.C., Havstad K, Karl JW, Karlen D.L. et al..  2012.  Revolutionary land use change in the 21st century: Is (rangeland) science relevant? Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:590-598.
Karl JW, Colson K, Swartz H.  2011.  Rangeland assessment and monitoring methods guide. Rangelands. 33(4):48-54.
Duniway M.C., Karl JW, Schrader T. S, Baquera N, Herrick JE.  2012.  Rangeland and pasture monitoring: an approach to interpretation of high-resolution imagery focused on observer calibration for repeatability. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184:3789-3804.
Browning D.M., Karl JW, Moran D, Richardson AD, Tweedie CE.  2017.  Phenocams bridge the gap between field and satellite observations in an arid grassland ecosystem. Remote Sensing of Environment. 9, 1071
Karl JW, Herrick JE.  2010.  Monitoring and assessment based on ecological sites. Rangelands. 32(6):60-64.
Gillan JK, Karl JW, Duniway M.C., Elaksher A.  2014.  Modeling vegetation heights from high resolution stereo aerial photography: An application for broad-scale rangeland monitoring. Journal of Environmental Management. 144:226-235.
Herrick JE, Beh A, Barrios E., Coetzee M, Bouvier I., Dent D., Elias E, Hengl T., Karl J, Liniger H. et al..  2016.  The Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS): mobile apps and collaboration for optimizing climate change investments. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability. 2(3)
Herrick JE, Sala O.E, Karl JW.  2013.  Land degradation and climate change: A sin of omission? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11:283.
Karl JW, Gillan JK, Barger N, Herrick JE, Duniway M.C..  2014.  Interpretation of high-resolution imagery for detecting vegetation cover composition change after fuels reduction treatments in woodlands. Ecological Indicators. 45:570-578.
McCord S, Buenemann M., Karl J, Browning D.M., Hadley B.  2017.  Integrating remotely-sensed imagery and existing multi-scale field data to derive rangeland indicators: an application of Bayesian additive regression trees. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 70:644-655.
Jones M, Allred BW, Naugle DE, Maestas JD, Donnelly P, Metz L, Karl J, Smith R, Bestelmeyer B, Boyd CS et al..  2018.  Innovation in rangeland monitoring: annual, 30 m, plant functional type percent cover maps for U.S. rangelands, 1984–2017. Ecosphere. 9(9):1-19.
Herrick JE, Duniway M.C., Pyke DA, Bestelmeyer B, Wills S, Brown J., Karl JW, Havstad K.  2012.  A holistic strategy for adaptive land management. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(4):105A-113A.
Herrick JE, Urama K.C., Karl JW, Boos J, Johnson M-VV, Shepherd K, Hempel J, Bestelmeyer B, Davies J., Guerra JLarson et al..  2013.  The global land-potential knowledge system (LandPKS): Supporting evidence-based, site-specific land use and management through cloud computing, mobile applications, and crowdsourcing. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(1):5A-12A.
Karl JW, Gillan JK, Herrick JE.  2013.  Geographic searching for ecological studies: A new frontier. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 28(7):383-384.
Gillan JK.  2017.  Fine-Resolution Repeat Topographic Surveying of Dryland Landscapes Using UAS-Based Structure-from-Motion Photogrammetry: Assessing Accuracy and Precision against Traditional Ground-Based Erosion Measurements. Remote Sensing . 9(5):1-24.
Gillan JK, Karl JW, Elaksher A, Duniway MC.  2017.  Fine-Resolution Repeat Topographic Surveying of Dryland Landscapes Using UAS-Based Structure-from-Motion Photogrammetry: Assessing Accuracy and Precision against Traditional Ground-Based Erosion Measurements. Remote Sensing. 9:437
Di Stefano S, Karl J, Bailey DW, Hale S.  2020.  Evaluation of the automated reference toolset as a method to select reference plots for oil and gas reclamation on Colorado Plateau rangelands. Journal of Environmental Management. 265
Webb N, Van Zee J, Karl JW, Herrick JE, Courtright EM, Billings B, Boyd R, Chappell A, Duniway MC, Derner JD et al..  2017.  Enhancing wind erosion monitoring and assessment for US rangelands. Rangelands. 39:85-96.
Browning D.M., Rango A, Karl JW, Laney CM, Vivoni ER, Tweedie C.  2015.  Emerging technological and cultural shifts advancing drylands research and management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):52-60.
Maynard JJ, Karl JW, Browning D.M..  2016.  Effect of spatial image support in detecting long-term vegetation change from satellite time-series. Landscape Ecology. (31):2045-2062.
Karl JW, Taylor JJ, Bobo M.  2014.  A double-sampling approach to deriving training and validation data for remotely-sensed vegetation products. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 35(5):1936-1955.
Karl JW, Herrick JE, Unnasch RS, Gillan JK, Ellis E, Lutters W, Martin L.  2013.  Discovering ecologically relevant knowledge from published studies through geosemantic searching. BioScience. 63(8):674-682.
Toevs G, Karl J, Taylor J, Spurrier C, Karl M, Bobo M, Herrick JE.  2011.  Consistent indicators and methods and a scalable sample design to meet assessment, inventory, and monitoring information needs across scales. Rangelands. 33(4):14-20.
Salley SW, HERRICK JEFFEREYE, Holmes C, Karl JW, Levi MR, McCord SE, VAN DE WAAL CORNELIS, Van Zee JW.  2018.  A comparison of soil texture-by-feel estimates: Implications for the citizen soil scientist. Soil Science Society of America. 82:1526-1537.
Karl J, McCord S, Hadley B.  2017.  A comparison of cover calculation techniques for relating point-intercept vegetation sampling to remote sensing imagery. Ecological Indicators. 73:156-165
DI STEFANO SEANF, Karl JW, McCord SE, Stauffer NG, Makela P, MANNING MARY.  2018.  Comparison of 2 vegetation height methods for assessing greater sage-grouse seasonal habitat. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 42(2):213-224.
Browning D.M., Maynard JJ, Karl J, Peters DC.  2017.  Breaks in MODIS time series portend vegetation change: verification using long-term data in an arid grassland ecosystem. Ecological Applications. 27:1677-1693.
Conference Proceedings
Karl JW, Duniway M.C., Schrader T. S.  2011.  A technique for estimating rangeland canopy-gap size distributions from high resolution digital imagery. Society for Range Management 65th Annual Meeting. p. 0255
Karl J, Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A.  2010.  Spatial dependence of predictions from image segmentation: a methods to determine appropriate scales for producing land-management information. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and Spatial Information Sciences. No. XXXVIII-4/C7
Maynard JJ, Karl JW.  2018.  Science with a selfie stick: Plant biomass estimation using smartphone based ‘Structure From Motion’ photogrammetry. Society for Range Management Meeting Proceedings. January 28-February 2, 2018
Karl JW, Talbot C.  2017.  The role of data and inference in the development and application of ecological site concepts and state-and-transition models. 70th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting. Jan 29 - Feb 02, 2017
Burnett S, Karl JW, Abbott L..  2011.  Modeling erosion in a southern New Mexico watershed using agwa: Sensitivity to variations of input precision and scale. 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management. p. 0217
Herrick JE, Urama K.C., Karl JW, Boos J, Johnson M-VV, Shepherd K, Hempel J, Bestelmeyer B, Davies J., Guerra JLarson et al..  2013.  A land-potential knowledge system (LandPKS) based on local and scientific knowledge of land productivity and resilience. 2nd Scientific Conference, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). :314-318.
Herrick JE, Urama K.C., Boos J, Karl JW, Kosnik C.  2012.  The land potential knowledge system (LandPKS): Increasing land productivity and resilience. African Technology Policy Studies (ATPS) Annual Conference & Workshops. p. 64
Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer B, Brown J., Karl JW.  2010.  Land health and ecological sites: application to land use planning and management. First International Rangeland Congress Chiapas.. :48-57.

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