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Complete list of publications for Kelly Kindscher

Debinski, D.M., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher. 2002. Predicting habitat distribution and species occurrences in Grand Teton National Park. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Covelo, CA:Island Press.
Debinski, D.M., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher, E.H. Saveraid, M. Borgognone. 2002. Predicting meadow communities and species occurrences in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Covelo, CA:Island Press. 499-506.
Peterson, D., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher, D. Debinski. 2001. Hyperspectral remote sensing of nonforested montane vegetation communities. Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry 8 pp. download pdf
Jakubauskas, M., K. Kindscher, D.M. Debinski. 2001. Spectral and biophysical relationshops of montane sagebrush communities in multitemporal SPOT XS data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22(9):1767-1778.
A. Fraser, K. Kindscher. 2001. Tree spade transplanting of Spartina pectinata (Link) and Eleocharis macrostachya (Britt.) in a prairie wetland restoration. Aquatic Botany 71(4):297-304.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Kindscher, A. Fraser, D.M. Debinski, K. Price. 2000. Close-range remote sensing of aquatic macrophyte vegetation cover. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21(18):3533-3538.
Kettle, W., P.M. Rich, K. Kindscher, G. Pittman, P. Fu. 2000. Land-use history in ecosystem restoration: A 40-year study in the prairie-forest ecotone. Restoration Ecology 8(3):307-317. download pdf
Loring, H., K. Kindscher, M. Bullerman. 2000. An inventory of the Central Mixed-Grass Prairie Ecoregion in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 97:132 pp.
Anderson, H.W., W. Silberstein, M. Cobb, K. Kindscher. 2000. Conservation easements in the 10th Federal Circuit. Protecting the Land: Conservation Easements, Past, Present, and Future. Covelo, CA:Island Press.
Debinski, D.M., M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher. 2000. Montane meadows as indicators of environmental change. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 64:213-225.
Kindscher, K., A. Fraser. 2000. Planting forbs first provides greater species diversity in tallgrass prairie restorations. Ecological Restoration 18:115-116.
Row, J.M., R.L. Wynia, T.C. Conway, and K. Kindscher. 1999. Propagation of Mead's milkweed. Pp. 235-242 in J.T. Springer (ed.), Proceedings of the 16th North American Prairie Conference, University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE, July 26-28, 1998. Publication source
BorgognoneM.G. , D.M. Debinski, M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher. 1999. Use of CART and canonical discriminant analysis to select variables and classify cases in a situation with few observations and many variables. 4th Conference of Latin-American Statistical Societies 1-10.
Kindscher, K. 1999. The uses of Echinacea angustifolia and other Echinacea species by Native Americans in the Great Plains. American Herbal Products Association.
Lauver, C., K. Kindscher, D. Faber-Langendoen, R. Schneider. 1999. A classification of the natural vegetation of Kansas. Southwestern Naturalist 44:421-444. download pdf
Aschenbach, T., K. Kindscher. 1999. The tallgrass restoration handbook for prairies. Restoration Ecology 7:212-214.
A. Fraser, K. Kindscher. 1999. Tree spade used to establish wetland grasses, rushes, and sedges. Ecological Restoration 17:162-163.
Debinski, D.M., K. Kindscher, M. Jakubauskas. 1999. A remote sensing and GIS-based model of habitats and biodiversity in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. International Journal of Remote Sensing 20(17):3281-3292.
Davison, C., K. Kindscher. 1999. Tools for diversity: Fire, grazing, and mowing on tallgrass prairies. Ecological Restoration 17:136-143.
Dodds, W.K., D.C. Hartnett, A. Joern, K. Kindscher, J. Stubbendick, J.S. Zimmerman, R.D. Hiebert. 1998. Opportunities to enhance and maintain the tallgrass prairie ecosystem within the boundaries of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. National Park Service Midwest Region:38 pp.


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