Anne M. Trainor
Anne M. Trainor
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Energy sprawl is the largest driver of land use change in United States
AM Trainor, RI McDonald, J Fargione
PloS one 11 (9), e0162269, 2016
Unconventional oil and gas spills: risks, mitigation priorities, and state reporting requirements
LA Patterson, KE Konschnik, H Wiseman, J Fargione, KO Maloney, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (5), 2563-2573, 2017
Unconventional oil and gas spills: Materials, volumes, and risks to surface waters in four states of the US
KO Maloney, S Baruch-Mordo, LA Patterson, JP Nicot, SA Entrekin, ...
Science of the Total Environment 581, 369-377, 2017
Empirical estimation of dispersal resistance surfaces: a case study with red-cockaded woodpeckers
AM Trainor, JR Walters, WF Morris, J Sexton, A Moody
Landscape ecology 28, 755-767, 2013
Conserving biodiversity: practical guidance about climate change adaptation approaches in support of land-use planning
OJ Schmitz, JJ Lawler, P Beier, C Groves, G Knight, DA Boyce, J Bulluck, ...
Natural Areas Journal 35 (1), 190-203, 2015
Defining and evaluating the umbrella species concept for conserving and restoring landscape connectivity
IAN Breckheimer, NM Haddad, WF Morris, AM Trainor, WR Fields, ...
Conservation biology 28 (6), 1584-1593, 2014
Movement patterns of three arboreal primates in a Neotropical moist forest explained by LiDAR-estimated canopy structure
KA McLean, AM Trainor, GP Asner, MC Crofoot, ME Hopkins, ...
Landscape Ecology 31, 1849-1862, 2016
Toward a community ecology of landscapes: predicting multiple predator–prey interactions across geographic space
OJ Schmitz, JRB Miller, AM Trainor, B Abrahms
Ecology 98 (9), 2281-2292, 2017
Enhancing species distribution modeling by characterizing predator–prey interactions
AM Trainor, OJ Schmitz, JS Ivan, TM Shenk
Ecological Applications 24 (1), 204-216, 2014
Mapping out a future for ungulate migrations
MJ Kauffman, F Cagnacci, S Chamaillé-Jammes, M Hebblewhite, ...
Science 372 (6542), 566-569, 2021
Infusing considerations of trophic dependencies into species distribution modelling
AM Trainor, OJ Schmitz
Ecology Letters 17 (12), 1507-1517, 2014
Water stress from high-volume hydraulic fracturing potentially threatens aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem services in Arkansas, United States
S Entrekin, A Trainor, J Saiers, L Patterson, K Maloney, J Fargione, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (4), 2349-2358, 2018
Evaluating the effectiveness of a S afe H arbor P rogram for connecting wildlife populations
AM Trainor, JR Walters, DL Urban, A Moody
Animal Conservation 16 (6), 610-620, 2013
Microhabitat Characteristics of Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse High‐Use Areas
AM Trainor, TM Shenk, KR Wilson
The Journal of wildlife management 71 (2), 469-477, 2007
Distribution of tree species with high economic and livelihood value for Zambia
J Pelletier, E Chidumayo, A Trainor, A Siampale, K Mbindo
Forest Ecology and Management 441, 280-292, 2019
Spatial, temporal, and biological factors associated with Preble's meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) home range
AM Trainor, TM Shenk, KR Wilson
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 429-438, 2012
The face of conservation responding to a dynamically changing world
R Wiederholt, AM Trainor, N Michel, PD Shirey, RR Swaisgood, ...
Integrative Zoology 10 (5), 436-452, 2015
How land tenure and labor relations mediate charcoal’s environmental footprint in Zambia: Implications for sustainable energy transitions
J Pelletier, B Hamalambo, A Trainor, CB Barrett
World Development 146, 105600, 2021
Response of Preble's meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) to resource supplementation
AM Trainor, KR Wilson, TM Shenk
The American Midland Naturalist 158 (2), 338-353, 2007
Influence of resource supplementation on movements of Preble's meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) and habitat use characteristics
AM Trainor
Colorado State University, 2004
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