Anna Sher
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Resource pulses, species interactions, and diversity maintenance in arid and semi-arid environments
P Chesson, RLE Gebauer, S Schwinning, N Huntly, K Wiegand, ...
Oecologia 141, 236-253, 2004
The disturbed resource-flux invasion matrix: a new framework for patterns of plant invasion
AA Sher, LA Hyatt
Biological Invasions 1, 107-114, 1999
Competition between native Populus deltoides and invasive Tamarix ramosissima and the implications for reestablishing flooding disturbance
AA Sher, DL Marshall, SA Gilbert
Conservation Biology 14 (6), 1744-1754, 2000
Restoration of riparian vegetation: A global review of implementation and evaluation approaches in the international, peer-reviewed literature
E González, AA Sher, E Tabacchi, A Masip, M Poulin
Journal of Environmental Management 158, 85-94, 2015
Establishment patterns of native Populus and Salix in the presence of invasive nonnative Tamarix
AA Sher, DL Marshall, JP Taylor
Ecological Applications 12 (3), 760-772, 2002
Integrative conservation of riparian zones
E González, MR Felipe-Lucia, B Bourgeois, B Boz, C Nilsson, G Palmer, ...
Biological conservation 211, 20-29, 2017
The effect of mean and variance in resource supply on survival of annuals from Mediterranean and desert environments
AA Sher, DE Goldberg, A Novoplansky
Oecologia 141, 353-362, 2004
Planning Riparian Restoration in the Context of Tamarix Control in Western North America
PB Shafroth, VB Beauchamp, MK Briggs, K Lair, ML Scott, AA Sher
Restoration Ecology 16 (1), 97-112, 2008
Seedling competition between native Populus deltoides (Salicaceae) and exotic Tamarix ramosissima (Tamaricaceae) across water regimes and substrate types
AA Sher, DL Marshall
American Journal of Botany 90 (3), 413-422, 2003
Tamarix: A Case Study of Ecological Change in the American West
A Sher, MF Quigley
An Introduction to Conservation Biology
RB Primack, AA Sher
Sinauer Associates, inc., 2016
Success of Active Revegetation after Tamarix Removal in Riparian Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States: A Quantitative Assessment of Past Restoration …
RF Bay, AA Sher
Restoration Ecology 16 (1), 113-128, 2008
Quantifying and addressing the prevalence and bias of study designs in the environmental and social sciences
AP Christie, D Abecasis, M Adjeroud, JC Alonso, T Amano, A Anton, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 6377, 2020
Regeneration of Salicaceae riparian forests in the Northern Hemisphere: A new framework and management tool
E González, V Martínez-Fernández, PB Shafroth, AA Sher, AL Henry, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 218, 374-387, 2018
Long‐term shifts in the phenology of rare and endemic Rocky Mountain plants
SM Munson, AA Sher
American journal of botany 102 (8), 1268-1276, 2015
Do Acacia and Tamarix trees compete for water in the Negev desert?
AA Sher, K Wiegand, D Ward
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (3), 338-343, 2010
Seasonal changes in CRF-I and urotensin I transcript levels in masu salmon: correlation with cortisol secretion during spawning
CG Westring, H Ando, T Kitahashi, RK Bhandari, H Ueda, A Urano, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 155 (1), 126-140, 2008
Long‐term changes in composition, diversity and distribution patterns in four herbaceous plant communities along an elevational gradient
GJ Sproull, MF Quigley, A Sher, E González
Journal of Vegetation Science 26 (3), 552-563, 2015
Genetic diversity in restoration materials and the impacts of seed collection in Colorado’s restoration plant production industry
SL Smith, AA Sher, TA Grant III
Restoration Ecology 15 (3), 369-374, 2007
Vegetation response to invasive Tamarix control in southwestern U.S. rivers: a collaborative study including 416 sites
E González, AA Sher, RM Anderson, RF Bay, DW Bean, GJ Bissonnete, ...
Ecological Applications 27 (6), 1789-1804, 2017
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