Emma Suzuki Spence
Emma Suzuki Spence
Center for Large Landscape Conservation
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Taxonomic similarity does not predict necessary sample size for ex situ conservation: a comparison among five genera
S Hoban, T Callicrate, J Clark, S Deans, M Dosmann, J Fant, O Gailing, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1926), 20200102, 2020
262020
Toward the metacollection: safeguarding plant diversity and coordinating conservation collections
MP Griffith, E Beckman, T Calicrate, JR Clark, T Clase, S Deans, ...
Botanic Gardens Conservation International-US, 2019
102019
Probability of lek collapse is lower inside sage-grouse Core Areas: Effectiveness of conservation policy for a landscape species
ES Spence, JL Beck, AJ Gregory
Plos one 12 (11), e0185885, 2017
72017
Comparing genetic diversity in three threatened oaks
ES Spence, JB Fant, O Gailing, MP Griffith, K Havens, AL Hipp, P Kadav, ...
Forests 12 (5), 561, 2021
32021
Genetic, Morphological, and Environmental Differentiation of an Arid-Adapted Oak with a Disjunct Distribution
BA Zumwalde, RA McCauley, IJ Fullinwider, D Duckett, E Spence, ...
Forests 12 (4), 465, 2021
32021
Ex Situ Conservation of Large and Small Plant Populations Illustrates Limitations of Common Conservation Metrics
MP Griffith, F Cartwright, M Dosmann, J Fant, E Freid, K Havens, ...
International Journal of Plant Sciences 182 (4), 263-276, 2021
22021
Toward Best Management Practices for Ecological Corridors. Land 2021, 10, 140
A Gregory, E Spence, P Beier, E Garding
s Note: MDPI stays neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published …, 2021
12021
Landscape management for a landscape species: Understanding the impacts of anthropogenic factors on sage-grouse populations in Wyoming
ES Spence
PQDT-Global, 2017
12017
Using Inquiry-Based Methods to Teach Spatial StatisticsDecoupling Pattern From Process Using Bigfoot Sightings
AJ Gregory, ES Spence
Case Studies in the Environment 4 (1), 2020
2020
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