Ross K. Meentemeyer
Ross K. Meentemeyer
Goodnight Distinguished Professor of Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University
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Changing disturbance regimes, ecological memory, and forest resilience
JF Johnstone, CD Allen, JF Franklin, LE Frelich, BJ Harvey, PE Higuera, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (7), 369-378, 2016
Equilibrium or not? Modelling potential distribution of invasive species in different stages of invasion
T Václavík, RK Meentemeyer
Diversity and Distributions 18 (1), 73-83, 2012
Invasive species distribution modeling (iSDM): are absence data and dispersal constraints needed to predict actual distributions?
T Václavík, RK Meentemeyer
Ecological modelling 220 (23), 3248-3258, 2009
Continental-scale quantification of landscape values using social media data
BT Van Zanten, DB Van Berkel, RK Meentemeyer, JW Smith, KF Tieskens, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (46), 12974-12979, 2016
Landscape epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases in natural and human-altered ecosystems
RK Meentemeyer, SE Haas, T Václavík
Annual review of Phytopathology 50, 379-402, 2012
A geographic analysis of wind turbine placement in Northern California
LC Rodman, RK Meentemeyer
Energy Policy 34 (15), 2137-2149, 2006
Mapping the risk of establishment and spread of sudden oak death in California
R Meentemeyer, D Rizzo, W Mark, E Lotz
Forest Ecology and Management 200 (1-3), 195-214, 2004
Effects of dam operation and land use on stream channel morphology and riparian vegetation
E Gordon, RK Meentemeyer
Geomorphology 82 (3-4), 412-429, 2006
Forest species diversity reduces disease risk in a generalist plant pathogen invasion
SE Haas, MB Hooten, DM Rizzo, RK Meentemeyer
Ecology letters 14 (11), 1108-1116, 2011
Landscape dynamics of the spread of sudden oak death
M Kelly, RK Meentemeyer
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 68 (10), 1001-1010, 2002
Epidemiological modeling of invasion in heterogeneous landscapes: spread of sudden oak death in California (1990–2030)
RK Meentemeyer, NJ Cunniffe, AR Cook, JAN Filipe, RD Hunter, ...
Ecosphere 2 (2), 1-24, 2011
FUTURES: multilevel simulations of emerging urban–rural landscape structure using a stochastic patch-growing algorithm
RK Meentemeyer, W Tang, MA Dorning, JB Vogler, NJ Cunniffe, ...
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (4), 785-807, 2013
Modeling when, where, and how to manage a forest epidemic, motivated by sudden oak death in California
NJ Cunniffe, RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo, CA Gilligan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (20), 5640-5645, 2016
Ecosystem transformation by emerging infectious disease: loss of large tanoak from California forests
RC Cobb, JAN Filipe, RK Meentemeyer, CA Gilligan, DM Rizzo
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 712-722, 2012
LiDAR-Landsat data fusion for large-area assessment of urban land cover: Balancing spatial resolution, data volume and mapping accuracy
KK Singh, JB Vogler, DA Shoemaker, RK Meentemeyer
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 74, 110-121, 2012
Climatologically aided mapping of daily precipitation and temperature
RD Hunter, RK Meentemeyer
Journal of Applied Meteorology 44 (10), 1501-1510, 2005
Effects of landscape heterogeneity on the emerging forest disease sudden oak death
TE Condeso, RK Meentemeyer
Journal of Ecology, 364-375, 2007
Early detection of emerging forest disease using dispersal estimation and ecological niche modeling
RK Meentemeyer, BL Anacker, W Mark, DM Rizzo
Ecological Applications 18 (2), 377-390, 2008
Exploring perceived restoration potential of urban green enclosure through immersive virtual environments
P Tabrizian, PK Baran, WR Smith, RK Meentemeyer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 99-109, 2018
Quantifying the visual-sensory landscape qualities that contribute to cultural ecosystem services using social media and LiDAR
DB Van Berkel, P Tabrizian, MA Dorning, L Smart, D Newcomb, ...
Ecosystem services 31, 326-335, 2018
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