Elizabeth G. King
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Dryland ecohydrology and climate change: critical issues and technical advances
L Wang, P d'Odorico, JP Evans, DJ Eldridge, MF McCabe, KK Caylor, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (8), 2585-2603, 2012
Identifying linkages among conceptual models of ecosystem degradation and restoration: towards an integrative framework
EG King, RJ Hobbs
Restoration Ecology 14 (3), 369-378, 2006
A sustainability framework for assessing trade-offs in ecosystem services
J Cavender-Bares, S Polasky, E King, P Balvanera
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 2015
Trade-offs in ecosystem services and varying stakeholder preferences: evaluating conflicts, obstacles, and opportunities
E King, J Cavender-Bares, P Balvanera, TH Mwampamba, S Polasky
Ecology and Society 20 (3), 2015
δ2H isotopic flux partitioning of evapotranspiration over a grass field following a water pulse and subsequent dry down
SP Good, K Soderberg, K Guan, EG King, TM Scanlon, KK Caylor
Water Resources Research 50 (2), 1410-1432, 2014
Kenyan pastoralist societies in transition: Varying perceptions of the value of ecosystem services
E Kaye-Zwiebel, E King
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
Egg size is a developmentally plastic trait: evidence from long term studies in the frog Bombina orientalis
RH Kaplan, EG King
Herpetologica, 149-165, 1997
Ecosystem service trade-offs across global contexts and scales
J Cavender-Bares, P Balvanera, E King, S Polasky
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 2015
Facilitative Effects of Aloe Shrubs on Grass Establishment, Growth, and Reproduction in Degraded Kenyan Rangelands: Implications for Restoration
EG King, ML Stanton
Restoration Ecology 16 (3), 464-474, 2008
Facilitative effects of Aloe secundiflora shrubs in degraded semi-arid rangelands in Kenya
EG King
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (4), 358-369, 2008
From cattle to camels: trajectories of livelihood adaptation and social-ecological resilience in a Kenyan pastoralist community
G Volpato, EG King
Regional Environmental Change 19, 849-865, 2019
Green appropriations through shifting contours of authority and property on a pastoralist commons
LA German, R Unks, E King
The Journal of Peasant Studies 44 (3), 631-657, 2017
Novel ecosystems: A bridging concept for the consilience of cultural landscape conservation and ecological restoration
E Macdonald, EG King
Landscape and Urban Planning 177, 148-159, 2018
Coupling vegetation organization patterns to soil resource heterogeneity in a central Kenyan dryland using geophysical imagery
TE Franz, EG King, KK Caylor, DA Robinson
Water resources research 47 (7), 2011
An ecohydrological approach to predicting hillslope‐scale vegetation patterns in dryland ecosystems
TE Franz, KK Caylor, EG King, JM Nordbotten, MA Celia, ...
Water Resources Research 48 (1), 2012
Constraints, multiple stressors, and stratified adaptation: pastoralist livelihood vulnerability in a semi-arid wildlife conservation context in Central Kenya
RR Unks, EG King, DR Nelson, NP Wachira, LA German
Global environmental change 54, 124-134, 2019
Ecohydrology in practice: strengths, conveniences, and opportunities
EG King, KK Caylor
Ecohydrology 4 (4), 608-612, 2011
Ecohydrological interactions in a degraded two‐phase mosaic dryland: implications for regime shifts, resilience, and restoration
EG King, TE Franz, KK Caylor
Ecohydrology 5 (6), 733-745, 2012
Constraints and capacities for novel livelihood adaptation: lessons from agricultural adoption in an African dryland pastoralist system
EG King, RR Unks, L German
Regional Environmental Change 18, 1403-1410, 2018
Reframing hydrology education to solve coupled human and environmental problems
EG King, FC O'Donnell, KK Caylor
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (11), 4023-4031, 2012
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