David S. Pilliod, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center U.S. Geological Survey 
Area:
herpetology, fire ecology, freshwater ecology, disturbance ecology, conservation biology, wildlife ecology, restoration ecology
Website:
http://fresc.usgs.gov/staff/profile.asp?Emp_ID=875
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Charles R. Peterson grad student 1995-2001 Idaho State University
 (Ecology and conservation of high-elevation amphibian populations in historically fishless watersheds with introduced trout.)
Paul Stephen Corn post-doc 2001-2005 U.S. Geological Survey
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Paolini KE, Modlin M, Suazo AA, et al. (2020) Harvester ant seed removal in an invaded sagebrush ecosystem: Implications for restoration. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 13731-13741
Pilliod DS, Hausner MB, Scherer RD. (2020) From satellites to frogs: Quantifying ecohydrological change, drought mitigation, and population demography in desert meadows. The Science of the Total Environment. 143632
Dovick MA, Arkle R, Kulp TR, et al. (2020) Extreme arsenic and antimony uptake and tolerance in toad tadpoles during development in highly contaminated wetlands. Environmental Science & Technology
Shriver RK, Andrews CM, Arkle RS, et al. (2019) Transient population dynamics impede restoration and may promote ecosystem transformation after disturbance. Ecology Letters
Miller DAW, Grant EHC, Muths E, et al. (2018) Quantifying climate sensitivity and climate-driven change in North American amphibian communities. Nature Communications. 9: 3926
Robertson JM, Murphy MA, Pearl CA, et al. (2018) Regional variation in drivers of connectivity for two frog species (Rana pretiosa and R. luteiventris) from the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Molecular Ecology
Shriver RK, Andrews CM, Pilliod DS, et al. (2018) Adapting management to a changing world: Warm temperatures, dry soil, and inter-annual variability limit restoration success of a dominant woody shrub in temperate drylands. Global Change Biology
Chambert T, Pilliod DS, Goldberg CS, et al. (2018) An analytical framework for estimating aquatic species density from environmental DNA. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 3468-3477
Muths E, Chambert T, Schmidt BR, et al. (2017) Heterogeneous responses of temperate-zone amphibian populations to climate change complicates conservation planning. Scientific Reports. 7: 17102
Pilliod DS, Rohde AT, Charnley S, et al. (2017) Survey of Beaver-related Restoration Practices in Rangeland Streams of the Western USA. Environmental Management
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