Emily Kachergis
Emily Kachergis
National AIM Coordinator, Bureau of Land Management
E-mail confirmado em blm.gov
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Predicted responses of arctic and alpine ecosystems to altered seasonality under climate change
JG Ernakovich, KA Hopping, AB Berdanier, RT Simpson, EJ Kachergis, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (10), 3256-3269, 2014
2452014
Using participatory workshops to integrate state-and-transition models created with local knowledge and ecological data
CN Knapp, M Fernandez-Gimenez, E Kachergis, A Rudeen
Rangeland Ecology & Management 64 (2), 158-170, 2011
872011
Conservation program participation and adaptive rangeland decision-making
MN Lubell, BB Cutts, LM Roche, M Hamilton, JD Derner, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (6), 609-620, 2013
862013
Increasing flexibility in rangeland management during drought
E Kachergis, JD Derner, BB Cutts, LM Roche, VT Eviner, MN Lubell, ...
Ecosphere 5 (6), 1-14, 2014
78*2014
Sustaining working rangelands: Insights from rancher decision making
LM Roche, TK Schohr, JD Derner, MN Lubell, BB Cutts, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (5), 383-389, 2015
502015
Tools for resilience management: multidisciplinary development of state-and-transition models for northwest Colorado
EJ Kachergis, CN Knapp, ME Fernandez-Gimenez, JP Ritten, JG Pritchett, ...
Ecology and Society 18 (4), 2013
332013
Indicators of ecosystem function identify alternate states in the sagebrush steppe
E Kachergis, ME Rocca, ME Fernandez-Gimenez
Ecological Applications 21 (7), 2781-2792, 2011
322011
Characterizing Wyoming ranching operations: natural resource goals, management practices and information sources
E Kachergis, J Derner, L Roche, K Tate, M Lubell, R Mealor, J Magagna
Scientific Research Publishing, 2013
302013
Indicators and benchmarks for wind erosion monitoring, assessment and management
NP Webb, E Kachergis, SW Miller, SE McCord, BT Bestelmeyer, ...
Ecological indicators 110, 105881, 2020
252020
Enhancing wind erosion monitoring and assessment for US rangelands
NP Webb, JW Van Zee, JW Karl, JE Herrick, EM Courtright, BJ Billings, ...
Rangelands 39 (3-4), 85-96, 2017
222017
AIM-monitoring: a component of the BLM assessment, inventory, and monitoring strategy
JM Taylor, E Kachergis, GR Toevs, JW Karl, MR Bobo, MG Karl, SW Miller, ...
US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National …, 2014
222014
Differences in plant species composition as evidence of alternate states in the sagebrush steppe
E Kachergis, ME Fernandez-Gimenez, ME Rocca
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (5), 486-497, 2012
222012
Interpreting indicators of rangeland health, version 4. Tech. Ref. 1734–6
M Pellant, P Shaver, DA Pyke, JE Herrick, FE Busby, G Riegel, N Lepak, ...
BLM/WO/ST-00/001+ 1734/REV05. Bur. of Land Manage., Denver CO, 2005
132005
Long-term vegetation change provides evidence for alternate states in silver sagebrush
E Kachergis, ME Rocca, ME Fernández-Giménez
Rangeland Ecology & Management 67 (2), 183-194, 2014
102014
The role of local knowledge in state-and-transition model development
CN Knapp, ME Fernandez-Gimenez, E Kachergis
Rangelands 32 (6), 31-36, 2010
102010
Comparison of species and trait‐based approaches for describing sagebrush steppe response to range management
E Kachergis, ME Rocca, ME Fernandez‐Gimenez
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (3), 355-364, 2013
82013
Critical evaluations of vegetation cover measurement techniques: a response to Thacker et al.(2015)
JW Karl, G Michael, SE McCord, E Kachergis
Rangelands 38 (5), 297-300, 2016
72016
Bureau of Land Management Rangeland Resource Assessment: 2011
S Karl, E Kachergis, JW Karl
US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National …, 2016
72016
Home on a transitioning range: a ranch simulation game demonstrating STMs
J Pritchett, E Kachergis, J Parsons, M Fernandez-Gimenez, J Ritten
Rangelands 34 (3), 53-59, 2012
62012
Cattle as ecosystem
JD Derner, DJ Augustine, EJ Kachergis
Western Confluence, 10-18, 2014
52014
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