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Brandon Bestelmeyer
Brandon Bestelmeyer
USDA Agricultural Research Service, Range Management Research Unit at the Jornada Experimental Range
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Field techniques for the study of ground-dwelling ants: an overview, description, and evaluation.
BT Bestelmeyer, D Agosti, LE Alonso, CRF Brandão, WL Brown, ...
7332000
Cross-scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events
DPC Peters, RA Pielke Sr, BT Bestelmeyer, CD Allen, S Munson-McGee, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (42), 15130-15135, 2004
5332004
Historical and modern disturbance regimes, stand structures, and landscape dynamics in pinon–juniper vegetation of the western United States
WH Romme, CD Allen, JD Bailey, WL Baker, BT Bestelmeyer, PM Brown, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (3), 203-222, 2009
3962009
Resilience in ecology: Abstraction, distraction, or where the action is?
RJ Standish, RJ Hobbs, MM Mayfield, BT Bestelmeyer, KN Suding, ...
Biological Conservation 177, 43-51, 2014
3672014
Development and use of state-and-transition models for rangelands.
BT Bestelmeyer, JR Brown, KM Havstad, R Alexander, G Chavez, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 56 (2 …, 2003
3672003
The effects of land use on the structure of ground‐foraging ant communities in the Argentine Chaco
BT Bestelmeyer, JA Wiens
Ecological applications 6 (4), 1225-1240, 1996
3481996
Ecological services to and from rangelands of the United States
KM Havstad, DPC Peters, R Skaggs, J Brown, B Bestelmeyer, ...
Ecological Economics 64 (2), 261-268, 2007
3332007
A synthetic review of feedbacks and drivers of shrub encroachment in arid grasslands
P D'Odorico, GS Okin, BT Bestelmeyer
Ecohydrology 5 (5), 520-530, 2012
3242012
State-and-transition models for heterogeneous landscapes: a strategy for development and application
BT Bestelmeyer, AJ Tugel, GL Peacock Jr, DG Robinett, PL Shaver, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (1), 1-15, 2009
2762009
Analysis of abrupt transitions in ecological systems
BT Bestelmeyer, AM Ellison, WR Fraser, KB Gorman, SJ Holbrook, ...
Ecosphere 2 (12), 1-26, 2011
2712011
Desertification, land use, and the transformation of global drylands
BT Bestelmeyer, GS Okin, MC Duniway, SR Archer, NF Sayre, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (1), 28-36, 2015
2702015
Threshold concepts and their use in rangeland management and restoration: the good, the bad, and the insidious
BT Bestelmeyer
Restoration Ecology 14 (3), 325-329, 2006
2672006
The trade‐off between thermal tolerance and behavioural dominance in a subtropical South American ant community
BT Bestelmeyer
Journal of Animal ecology 69 (6), 998-1009, 2000
2652000
Cross–scale interactions and changing pattern–process relationships: consequences for system dynamics
DPC Peters, BT Bestelmeyer, MG Turner
Ecosystems 10 (5), 790-796, 2007
2642007
Recommendations for development of resilience-based state-and-transition models
DD Briske, BT Bestelmeyer, TK Stringham, PL Shaver
Rangeland Ecology & Management 61 (4), 359-367, 2008
2622008
Do changes in connectivity explain desertification?
GS Okin, AJ Parsons, J Wainwright, JE Herrick, BT Bestelmeyer, ...
BioScience 59 (3), 237-244, 2009
2612009
Disentangling complex landscapes: new insights into arid and semiarid system dynamics
DPC Peters, BT Bestelmeyer, JE Herrick, EL Fredrickson, HC Monger, ...
BioScience 56 (6), 491-501, 2006
2502006
Using unmanned aerial vehicles for rangelands: current applications and future potentials
A Rango, A Laliberte, C Steele, JE Herrick, B Bestelmeyer, T Schmugge, ...
Environmental Practice 8 (3), 159-168, 2006
2452006
Ant biodiversity in semiarid landscape mosaics: the consequences of grazing vs. natural heterogeneity
BT Bestelmeyer, JA Wiens
Ecological Applications 11 (4), 1123-1140, 2001
2122001
Land management in the American Southwest: a state-and-transition approach to ecosystem complexity
BT Bestelmeyer, JE Herrick, JR Brown, DA Trujillo, KM Havstad
Environmental management 34 (1), 38-51, 2004
2062004
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