Curtis H. Flather
Curtis H. Flather
USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Reproductive success of migratory birds in habitat sources and sinks
TM Donovan, FR Thompson III, J Faaborg, JR Probst
Conservation Biology 9 (6), 1380-1395, 1995
5961995
Global change in forests: responses of species, communities, and biomes: interactions between climate change and land use are projected to cause large shifts in biodiversity
AJ Hansen, RP Neilson, VH Dale, CH Flather, LR Iverson, DJ Currie, ...
BioScience 51 (9), 765-779, 2001
5232001
Patchy reaction‐diffusion and population abundance: the relative importance of habitat amount and arrangement
CH Flather, M Bevers
The American Naturalist 159 (1), 40-56, 2002
3502002
Using landscape ecology to test hypotheses about large‐scale abundance patterns in migratory birds
CH Flather, JR Sauer
Ecology 77 (1), 28-35, 1996
3371996
Identifying gaps in conservation networks: of indicators and uncertainty in geographic-based analyses
CH Flather, KR Wilson, DJ Dean, WC McComb
Ecological Applications 7 (2), 531-542, 1997
3171997
Housing growth in and near United States protected areas limits their conservation value
VC Radeloff, SI Stewart, TJ Hawbaker, U Gimmi, AM Pidgeon, CH Flather, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2), 940-945, 2010
3062010
Forest fragmentation and bird community dynamics: inference at regional scales
T Boulinier, JD Nichols, JE Hines, JR Sauer, CH Flather, KH Pollock
Ecology 82 (4), 1159-1169, 2001
2812001
Relative species richness and community completeness: birds and urbanization in the Mid‐Atlantic States
E Cam, JD Nichols, JR Sauer, JE Hines, CH Flather
Ecological Applications 10 (4), 1196-1210, 2000
2082000
Relationships among North American sonbird trends, habitat fragmentation, and landscape occupancy
TM Donovan, CH Flather
Ecological Applications 12 (2), 364-374, 2002
1942002
Minimum viable populations: is there a ‘magic number’for conservation practitioners?
CH Flather, GD Hayward, SR Beissinger, PA Stephens
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (6), 307-316, 2011
1882011
Threatened and endangered species geography
CH Flather, MS Knowles, IA Kendall
BioScience 48 (5), 365-376, 1998
1851998
Fitting species–accumulation functions and assessing regional land use impacts on avian diversity
C Flather
Journal of Biogeography 23 (2), 155-168, 1996
1851996
Higher temporal variability of forest breeding bird communities in fragmented landscapes
T Boulinier, JD Nichols, JE Hines, JR Sauer, CH Flather, KH Pollock
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (13), 7497-7501, 1998
1661998
The myth of plant species saturation
TJ Stohlgren, DT Barnett, CS Jarnevich, C Flather, J Kartesz
Ecology letters 11 (4), 313-322, 2008
1582008
The myth of plant species saturation
TJ Stohlgren, DT Barnett, CS Jarnevich, C Flather, J Kartesz
Ecology letters 11 (4), 313-322, 2008
1582008
The myth of plant species saturation
TJ Stohlgren, DT Barnett, CS Jarnevich, C Flather, J Kartesz
Ecology letters 11 (4), 313-322, 2008
1582008
Rejoinder to Harrison (2008): The myth of plant species saturation
TJ Stohlgren, C Flather, CS Jarnevich, DT Barnett, J Kartesz
Ecology letters 11 (4), 324-325, 2008
158*2008
Rejoinder to Harrison (2008): the myth of plant species saturation.
TJ Stohlgren, C Flather, CS Jarnevich, DT Barnett, J Kartesz
Ecology Letters 11 (4), 324-326, 2008
158*2008
Species richness and patterns of invasion in plants, birds, and fishes in the United States
TJ Stohlgren, D Barnett, C Flather, P Fuller, B Peterjohn, J Kartesz, ...
Biological Invasions 8 (3), 427-447, 2006
1562006
Human impacts on regional avian diversity and abundance
CA Lepczyk, CH Flather, VC Radeloff, AM Pidgeon, RB Hammer, J Liu
Conservation Biology 22 (2), 405-416, 2008
1452008
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