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Conference Paper
Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Okin GS, Hatfield J., Brungard C.  2018.  Can connectivity-mediated feedbacks to vegetation explain surprising ecological responses to catastrophic events? Ecological Society of America.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J.D, Hendrickson J, Sanderson MA, Blair J, Collins S.L..  2015.  Can we use the past as a lens to the future? Using historic events to predict regional grassland and shrubland responses to multi-year drought or wet periods under climate change 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  The ecology of catastrophic events: understanding abrupt spatial transitions in susceptibility of grasslands and croplands to multi-year drought. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
N. Burruss D, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  Explaining abrupt spatial transitions in agro-ecosystem responses to periods of extended drought. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J.D, Hendrickson J, Sanderson MA, Blair J, Collins S.L..  2015.  Forecasting regional grassland and shrubland responses to directional changes in climate using multi-year dry or wet period. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC.  2020.  Harnessing the power of AI technologies for ecology: Grass recovery in shrub dominated landscapes. Ecological Society of America.
Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Yao J, Okin GS, Scroggs SLP, Monger CH, Havstad K.  2016.  Integrating legacy data to understand agroecosystem regional dynamics to catastrophic events. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting .
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Archer SR.  2018.  Invasive Plant Expansion on Spatially Heterogeneous Landscapes: Hot Spots and Hot Moments. Ecological Society of America.
Petrie MD, Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Ji W, Hanan N, Savoy H.  2018.  Regional telecoupling and impacts of wet periods across the Chihuahuan Desert of the United States and northern Mexico. Ecological Society of America.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Rodriguez LL, McVey D, Elias EH, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Savoy H, Derner J.D, Pauszek SH.  2019.  Using machine learning to model complex landscapes: predicting the geographic range of Vesicular Stomatitis across the western United States. Ecological Society of America Abstracts.
Journal Article
Peters DC, McVey D, Elias EH, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Derner J.D, N. Burruss D, Schrader ST, Yao J, Pauszek SJ, Lombard J et al..  2020.  Big data-model integration and AI for vector-borne disease predictor. Ecosphere. 11(6):1-20.
Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Okin GS, Hatfield J., Scroggs SLP, Huang H, Brungard C, Yao J.  2020.  Deciphering the past to inform the future: preparing for the next (“really big”) extreme event. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. :10.1002/fee.2194.
Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Rodriguez LL, McVey D, Elias EH, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Derner J.D, Schrader ST, Yao J, Pauszek SJ et al..  2018.  An integrated View of Complex Landscapes: A Big Data-Model Integration Approach to Transdisciplinary Science. Bioscience. 68:653-669.
Archer SR, Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Yao J.  2022.  Mechanisms and drivers of alternative shrubland states. Ecosphere. 13(4):e3987.
N. Burruss D, Rodriguez LL, Drolet B, Geil K, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Cohnstaedt LW, Derner J.D, Peters DC.  2021.  Predicting the geographic range of an invasive livestock disease across the contiguous USA under current and future climate conditions. Climate. 9(11):159.
Petrie MD, Peters DC, Yao J, Blair J, N. Burruss D, Collins S.L., Derner J.D, Gherardi LA, Hendrickson J, Sala O.E et al..  2018.  Regional grassland productivity responses to precipitation during multiyear above- and below-average rainfall periods. Global Change Biology. 24:1935-1951
N. Burruss D, Peters D.C.P., Huang H, Yao J.  2022.  Simulated distribution of Eragrostis lehmanniana (Lehmann lovegrass): Soil–climate interactions complicate predictions. Ecosphere. 13(3):e3974.