Dwayne Elmore
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Ungulate preference for burned patches reveals strength of fire–grazing interaction
BW Allred, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle, RD Elmore
Ecology and Evolution 1 (2), 132-144, 2011
Conservation of pattern and process: developing an alternative paradigm of rangeland management
SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle, RD Elmore, RF Limb, TG Bidwell
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (6), 579-589, 2012
Spatial heterogeneity increases diversity and stability in grassland bird communities
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle, RG Hamilton
Ecological Applications 25 (3), 662-672, 2015
Evidence of negative effects of anthropogenic structures on wildlife: a review of grouse survival and behaviour
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, DK Dahlgren, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1680-1689, 2014
Structural heterogeneity increases diversity of non‐breeding grassland birds
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf
Ecosphere 5 (5), 1-13, 2014
Pyric–herbivory and cattle performance in grassland ecosystems
RF Limb, SD Fuhlendorf, DM Engle, JR Weir, RD Elmore, TG Bidwell
Rangeland Ecology & Management 64 (6), 659-663, 2011
Pyric-herbivory to promote rangeland heterogeneity: evidence from small mammal communities
SD Fuhlendorf, DE Townsend II, RD Elmore, DM Engle
Rangeland Ecology & Management 63 (6), 670-678, 2010
Thermal patterns constrain diurnal behavior of a ground‐dwelling bird
JM Carroll, CA Davis, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, ET Thacker
Ecosphere 6 (11), 1-15, 2015
Landscapes as a moderator of thermal extremes: a case study from an imperiled grouse
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, BW Allred, SD Fuhlendorf, DK Dahlgren
Ecosphere 5 (3), 1-12, 2014
Conservation implications of native and introduced ungulates in a changing climate
BW Allred, SD Fuhlendorf, TJ Hovick, R Dwayne Elmore, DM Engle, ...
Global change biology 19 (6), 1875-1883, 2013
Extreme climatic events constrain space use and survival of a ground‐nesting bird
EP Tanner, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, CA Davis, DK Dahlgren, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 1832-1846, 2017
Use of dogs in wildlife research and management
DK Dahlgren, RD Elmore, DA Smith, A Hurt, EB Arnett, JW Connelly
Wildlife techniques manual: research 1, 140-153, 2012
Evaluating vital rate contributions to greater sage‐grouse population dynamics to inform conservation
DK Dahlgren, MR Guttery, TA Messmer, D Caudill, R Dwayne Elmore, ...
Ecosphere 7 (3), e01249, 2016
A ground-nesting galliform’s response to thermal heterogeneity: implications for ground-dwelling birds
JM Carroll, CA Davis, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf
PLoS One 10 (11), e0143676, 2015
Implications of the thermal environment for terrestrial wildlife management
RD Elmore, JM Carroll, EP Tanner, TJ Hovick, BA Grisham, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 2017
Weather constrains the influence of fire and grazing on nesting greater prairie-chickens
TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, SD Fuhlendorf, DK Dahlgren
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (2), 186-193, 2015
Looking beyond rare species as umbrella species: Northern Bobwhites (Colinus virginianus) and conservation of grassland and shrubland birds
AD Crosby, RD Elmore, DM Leslie Jr, RE Will
Biological Conservation 186, 233-240, 2015
Temporal variability in aboveground plant biomass decreases as spatial variability increases
DA McGranahan, TJ Hovick, R Dwayne Elmore, DM Engle, SD Fuhlendorf, ...
Ecology 97 (3), 555-560, 2016
A hierarchical perspective to woody plant encroachment for conservation of prairie-chickens
SD Fuhlendorf, TJ Hovick, RD Elmore, AM Tanner, DM Engle, CA Davis
Rangeland ecology & management 70 (1), 9-14, 2017
Landscape pattern is critical for the moderation of thermal extremes
JM Carroll, CA Davis, SD Fuhlendorf, RD Elmore
Ecosphere 7 (7), e01403, 2016
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