Kristine L. Preston, Ph.D.

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2004 University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
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Ecology Biology
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John T. Rotenberry grad student 2004 UC Riverside
 (From population demography to individual behavior: Testing the effects of food abundance and nest predation risk in an arid -shrubland songbird.)
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Cox RD, Preston KL, Johnson RF, et al. (2014) Influence of landscape-scale variables on vegetation conversion to exotic annual grassland in southern California, USA Global Ecology and Conservation. 2: 190-193
Knick ST, Hanser SE, Preston KL. (2013) Modeling ecological minimum requirements for distribution of greater sage-grouse leks: implications for population connectivity across their western range, U.S.A. Ecology and Evolution. 3: 1539-51
Preston KL, Redak RA, Allen MF, et al. (2012) Changing distribution patterns of an endangered butterfly: Linking local extinction patterns and variable habitat relationships Biological Conservation. 152: 280-290
Preston KL, Rotenberry JT, Redak RA, et al. (2008) Habitat shifts of endangered species under altered climate conditions: Importance of biotic interactions Global Change Biology. 14: 2501-2515
Barrows CW, Preston KL, Rotenberry JT, et al. (2008) Using occurrence records to model historic distributions and estimate habitat losses for two psammophilic lizards Biological Conservation. 141: 1885-1893
Rotenberry JT, Preston KL, Knick ST. (2006) GIS-based niche modeling for mapping species' habitat. Ecology. 87: 1458-64
Preston KL, Rotenberry JT. (2006) Independent effects of food and predator-mediated processes on annual fecundity in a songbird. Ecology. 87: 160-8
Preston KL, Rotenberry JT. (2006) The role of food, nest predation, and climate in timing of Wrentit reproductive activities Condor. 108: 832-841
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