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CPNPP-related peer-reviewed journal articles


  1. Camhi, A.L., Perrings, C., Butterfield, B., Wood, T. 2019. Market-based opportunities for expanding native seed resources for restoration: A case study on the Colorado Plateau. Journal of Environmental Management 252: 109655.
  2. Copeland, S.M., Munson, S.M., Bradford, J.B., Butterfield, B.J., Gunnell, K.G. 2019. Long-term plant community trajectories suggest divergent responses of native and non-native perennials and annuals to vegetation removal and seeding treatments: long-term community response to treatments. Restoration Ecology Doi: 10.1111/rec.12928.
  3. Tso, K.L., Allan, G.J. 2019. Environmental variation shapes genetic variation in Bouteloua gracilis: Implications for restoration management of natural populations and cultivated varieties in the southwestern United States. Ecology and Evolution 9: 482-499.
  4. Haight, J.D., Reed, S.C, Faist, A.M. 2019. Seed bank community and soil texture relationships in a cold desert. Journal of Arid Environments 164: 46-52.
  5. Johnston, D.B. 2019. Rough soil surface lessens annual grass invasion in disturbed rangeland. Rangeland Ecology & Management 72(2): 292-300.
  6. Grant-Hoffman, M.N., Lincoln, A., Dollerschell, J. 2018. Post-fire native seed use in western Colorado: A look at burned and unburned vegetation communities. Natural Areas Journal 38: 286-297.
  7. Massatti, R., Prendeville, H.R., Larson, S., Richardson, B.A., Waldron, B., Kilkenny, F.F. 2018. Population history provides foundational knowledge for utilizing and developing native plant materials for restoration. Evolutionary Applications 11(10): 2025-2039.
  8. Massatti, R., Belus, M.T., Dowlatshahi, S., Allan, G.J. 2018. Genetic analyses of Astragalus sect. Humillimi (Fabaceae) resolve taxonomy and enable effective conservation. American Journal of Botany 105(10): 1703-1711.
  9. Winkler, D.E., Backer, D.M., Belnap, J., Bradford, J.B., Butterfield, B.J., Copeland, S.M., Duniway, M.C., Faist, A.M., Fick, S.E., Jensen, S.L., Kramer, A.T., Mann, R., Massatti, R., McCormick, M.L., Munson, S.M., Olwell, P., Parr, S.D., Pfennigwerth, A.A., Pilmanis, A.M., Richardson, B.A., Samuel, E., See, K., Young, K.E., Reed, S.C. 2018. Beyond traditional ecological restoration on the Colorado Plateau. Restoration Ecology 26(6): 1055-1060.
  10. Doherty, K.D., Bowker, M.A., Antoninka, A.J. Johnson, N.C., Wood, T.E. 2018. Biocrust moss populations differ in growth rates, stress response, and microbial associates. Plant and Soil 429: 187-198.
  11. Bradford, J.B., Betancourt, J.L., Butterfield, B.J., Munson, S.M., Wood, T.E. 2018. Anticipatory natural resource science and management for a changing future. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 16(5): 295-303.
  12. Massatti, R., Doherty, K.D., Wood, T.E. 2018. Resolving neutral and deterministic contributions to genomic structure in Syntrichia ruralis (Bryophyta, Pottiaceae) informs propagule sourcing for dryland restoration. Conservation Genetics 19(1): 85-97. 
  13. Kramer, A.T., Wood, T.E., Frischie, S., Havens, K. 2018. Considering ploidy when producing and using mixed-source native plant materials for restoration. Restoration Ecology 26(1): 13-19.
  14. Copeland, S.M., Munson, S.M., Pilliod, D.S., Welty, J.L., Bradford, J.B., Butterfield, B.J. 2018. Long-term trends in restoration and associated land treatments in the southwestern United States. Restoration Ecology 26(2): 311-322.
  15. Roybal, C.M., Butterfield, B.J. 2018. Functional trait heritability and local climatic adaptation among grasses: a meta-analysis. Plant Ecology 219(4): 369-379.
  16. Seglias, A.E., Williams, E., Blige, A., Kramer, A.T. 2018. Phylogeny and source climate impact seed dormancy and germination of restoration-relevant forb species. PLOS One. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0191931
  17. Jonas, J.L., Grant-Hoffman. M.N., Paschke, M.W. 2018. Restoration of North American salt deserts: a look at the past and suggestions for the future. Ecological Restoration 36(3): 177-194.
  18. Kaye, T.N., Sandlin, I.J., Bahm, M.A. 2018. Seed dormancy and germination vary within and among species of milkweeds. AOB Plants 10(2): Doi: 10.1093/aobpla/ply018.
  19. Butterfield, B.J., Copeland, S.M., Munson, S.M., Roybal, C.M., Wood, T.E. 2017. Prestoration: using species in restoration that will persist now and into the future. Restoration Ecology 25: S155-S163.
  20. Doherty, K.D., Butterfield, B.J., Wood, T.E. 2017. Matching seed to site by climate similarity: Techniques to prioritize plant materials development and use in restoration. Ecological Applications 27(3): 1010-1023.
  21. Grady, K.C., Wood, T.E., Kolb, T.E., Hersch-Green, E., Shuster, S.M., Gehring, C.A., Hart, S.C., Allan, G.J., Whitham, T.G. 2017. Local biotic adaptation of trees and shrubs to plant neighbors. Oikos 126(4): 583-593.
  22. Shryock, D.F., Havrilla, C.A., DeFalco, L.A., Esque, T.C., Custer, N.A., Wood, T.E. 2017. Landscape genetic approaches to guide native plant restoration in the Mojave Desert. Ecological Applications 27(2): 429-445.
  23. Hultine, K.R., Grady, K.C., Wood, T.E., Shuster, S.M., Stella, J.C., Whitham, T.G. 2016. Climate change perils for dioecious plant species. Nature plants 2(8): 16109.
  24. Hintz, L., Eshleman, M.M., Foxx, A., Wood, T.E., Kramer, A. 2016. Population differentiation in early life history traits of Cleome lutea var. lutea in the Intermountain West. Western North American Naturalist 76(1): 6-17.
  25. Shryock, D.F., Havrilla, C.A., DeFalco, L.A., Esque, T.C., Custer, N.A., Wood, T.E. 2015. Landscape genomics of Sphaeralcea ambigua in the Mojave Desert: a multivariate, spatially-explicit approach to guide ecological restoration. Conservation Genetics 16(6): 1303-1317.
  26. Butterfield, B.J., Wood, T.E. 2015. Local climate and cultivation, but not ploidy, predict functional trait variation in Bouteloua gracilis (Poaceae). Plant ecology 216(10): 1341-1349.
  27. Wood, T.E., Doherty, K.D., Padgett, W. 2015. Development of native plant materials for restoration and rehabilitation of Colorado Plateau ecosystems. Natural Areas Journal 35(1): 134-150.
  28. Barak, R.S., Fant, J.B., Kramer, A.T., Skogen, K.A. 2015. Assessing the value of potential “native winners” for restoration of cheatgrass-invaded habitat. Western North America Naturalist 75(1): 58-69.
  29. Grant-Hoffman, N., Parr, S., Blanke, T. 2015. Native plant species field evaluation in salt desert: good materials, bad situation. Native Plants Journal 16(2): 87-95. 

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