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Lisa Ellsworth
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Improving Landsat predictions of rangeland fractional cover with multitask learning and uncertainty
BW Allred, BT Bestelmeyer, CS Boyd, C Brown, KW Davies, MC Duniway, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), 841-849, 2021
1352021
Restoration of native plant communities in a Hawaiian dry lowland ecosystem dominated by the invasive grass Megathyrsus maximus
SA Ammondt, CM Litton, LM Ellsworth, JK Leary
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (1), 29-39, 2013
822013
Ecosystem resilience is evident 17 years after fire in Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems
LM Ellsworth, DW Wrobleski, JB Kauffman, SA Reis
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01618, 2016
552016
Invasive grasses change landscape structure and fire behaviour in Hawaii
LM Ellsworth, CM Litton, AP Dale, T Miura
Applied Vegetation Science 17 (4), 680-689, 2014
512014
Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene
JK Shuman, JK Balch, RT Barnes, PE Higuera, CI Roos, DW Schwilk, ...
PNAS nexus 1 (3), pgac115, 2022
322022
Repeated fire altered succession and increased fire behavior in basin big sagebrush–native perennial grasslands
L Ellsworth, JB Kauffman, S Reis, D Sapsis, K Moseley
Ecosphere 11 (5), 2020
252020
Spatial and temporal variability of guinea grass (Megathyrsus maximus) fuel loads and moisture on Oahu, Hawaii
LM Ellsworth, CM Litton, AD Taylor, JB Kauffman
International journal of wildland fire 22 (8), 1083-1092, 2013
252013
Native bunchgrass response to prescribed fire in ungrazed mountain big sagebrush ecosystems
LM Ellsworth, JB Kauffman
Fire Ecology 6, 86-96, 2010
252010
Mechanical thinning without prescribed fire moderates wildfire behavior in an Eastern Oregon, USA ponderosa pine forest
JD Johnston, JH Olszewski, BA Miller, MR Schmidt, MJ Vernon, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 501, 119674, 2021
242021
Vegetation response to juniper reduction and grazing exclusion in sagebrush-steppe habitat in eastern Oregon
JW Dittel, D Sanchez, LM Ellsworth, CN Morozumi, R Mata-Gonzalez
Rangeland Ecology & Management 71 (2), 213-219, 2018
242018
Toward Cost-Effective Restoration: Scaling up Restoration in Ecosystems Degraded by Nonnative Invasive Grass and Ungulates
KB Powell, LM Ellsworth, CM Litton, KLL Oleson, SA Ammondt
Pacific Science 71 (4), 479-493, 2017
222017
Plant community response to prescribed fire varies by pre-fire condition and season of burn in mountain big sagebrush ecosystems
LM Ellsworth, JB Kauffman
Journal of Arid Environments 144, 74-80, 2017
212017
Seedbank responses to spring and fall prescribed fire in mountain big sagebrush ecosystems of differing ecological condition at Lava Beds National Monument, California
LM Ellsworth, JB Kauffman
Journal of arid environments 96, 1-8, 2013
192013
Restoration impacts on fuels and fire potential in a dryland tropical ecosystem dominated by the invasive grass Megathyrsus maximus
LM Ellsworth, CM Litton, JJK Leary
Restoration Ecology 23 (6), 955-963, 2015
182015
Impact of grazing on fine fuels and potential wildfire behaviour in a non-native tropical grassland
EW Evans, LM Ellsworth, CM Litton
Pacific Conservation Biology 21 (2), 126-132, 2015
132015
Ten‐year ecological responses to fuel treatments within semiarid Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems
DA Pyke, SE Shaff, JC Chambers, EW Schupp, BA Newingham, ML Gray, ...
Ecosphere 13 (7), e4176, 2022
122022
Fuel reduction treatments reduce modeled fire intensity in the sagebrush steppe
LM Ellsworth, BA Newingham, SE Shaff, CL Williams, EK Strand, ...
Ecosphere 13 (5), e4064, 2022
122022
Forest structure and biomass reflects the variable effects of fire and land use 15 and 29 years following fire in the western Cascades, Oregon
JB Kauffman, LM Ellsworth, DM Bell, S Acker, J Kertis
Forest Ecology and Management 453, 117570, 2019
122019
Long-term effects of fire on vegetation structure and predicted fire behavior in Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems
SA Reis, LM Ellsworth, JB Kauffman, DW Wrobleski
Ecosystems 22, 257-265, 2019
122019
Long-term livestock grazing alters aspen age structure in the northwestern Great Basin
RL Beschta, JB Kauffman, DS Dobkin, LM Ellsworth
Forest Ecology and Management 329, 30-36, 2014
122014
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