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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, 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.
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.
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.
Karl JW, Gillan JK, Herrick JE.  2013.  Geographic searching for ecological studies: A new frontier. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 28(7):383-384.
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 J.  2013.  JournalMap: Research. Reimagned.. International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers 2013 Innovations Seminar.
Karl J, Herrick JE, Gillan JK.  2015.  JournalMap: Discovering location-relevant knowledge from published studies for sustainable land use, preventing degradation, and restoring landscapes. UNCCD 3rd Scientific Conference Book of Abstracts.
Karl J, Unnasch RS.  2015.  Weighing the costs of different errors when determining statistical significant during monitoring. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Karl J, Gillan JK.  2015.  Protocols for vegetation and habitat monitoring with unmanned aerial vehicles: linking research to management on US public lands. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Karl J, Gillan JK.  2015.  Facilitating knowledge discovery and visualization through mining contextual data from published studies: lessons from JournalMap. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Karl JW, Unnasch RS, Kanga M, Frid L.  2010.  Cumulative effects analysis (CEA) tools. Society for Range Management.
Karl JW, MacFarlane DW.  2010.  Using object-based image analysis to guide the selection of field sample locations. GEOBIA 2010.
Karl JW.  2010.  Making spatial predictions of rangeland ecosystem attributes using regression kriging. Society for Range Management.
Karl J, Unnasch RS, Herrick JE, Gillan JK.  2012.  JournalMap: Geo-semantic searching for relevant knowledge. 97th Ecological Society of America Meetings.
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 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, Pyke DA.  2016.  Monitoring protocols: options, approaches, implementation, benefits. 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management.
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
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
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
Karl J, Herrick JE, Pyke DA.  2017.  Monitoring protocols: Options, approaches, implementation, benefits. Rangeland Systems. :527-567.
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 J.  2011.  Turning information into knowledge for rangeland management. Rangelands. 33(4):3-5.
Karl JW, Colson K, Swartz H.  2011.  Rangeland assessment and monitoring methods guide. Rangelands. 33(4):48-54.
Karl J, Herrick JE, Courtright E.  2011.  DIMA quick start; database for inventory, monitoring and assessment. :1-37.
Karl JW, Herrick JE.  2010.  Monitoring and assessment based on ecological sites. Rangelands. 32(6):60-64.
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
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, Peters DC.  2010.  The devil is in the details: overcoming the challenge of implementing consistent ecosystem indicators for cross-scale ecosystem understanding. 7th International Conference on Ecological Informatics (ISEI7).