Anna Sher, Ph.D.

University of Denver, Denver, CO, United States 
"Anna Sher"
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Sher AA, Marshall DL, Gilbert SA. (2022) Competition between Native Populus deltoides and Invasive Tamarix ramosissima and the Implications for Reestablishing Flooding Disturbance. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 14: 1744-1754
González E, Martínez-Fernández V, Shafroth PB, et al. (2018) Regeneration of Salicaceae riparian forests in the Northern Hemisphere: A new framework and management tool. Journal of Environmental Management. 218: 374-387
Sher AA, El Waer H, González E, et al. (2018) Native species recovery after reduction of an invasive tree by biological control with and without active removal Ecological Engineering. 111: 167-175
Henry AL, González E, Robinson WW, et al. (2018) Spatial modeling improves understanding patterns of invasive species defoliation by a biocontrol herbivore Biological Invasions. 20: 3545-3562
González E, Sher AA, Anderson RM, et al. (2017) Vegetation Response to Control of Invasive Tamarix in Southwestern US Rivers: A Collaborative Study Including 416 Sites. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America
Statwick JM, Williams AK, Sher AA. (2017) Lack of Evidence for the Drought Tolerance Hypothesis of Hyperaccumulation in Astragalus Species International Journal of Plant Sciences. 178: 478-484
González E, Bourgeois B, Masip A, et al. (2016) Trade-Offs in Seed Dispersal Strategies Across Riparian Trees: The How Matters as Much as the When River Research and Applications. 32: 786-794
González E, Sher AA, Tabacchi E, et al. (2015) Restoration of riparian vegetation: A global review of implementation and evaluation approaches in the international, peer-reviewed literature. Journal of Environmental Management. 158: 85-94
Sproull GJ, Quigley MF, Sher A, et al. (2015) Long-term changes in composition, diversity and distribution patterns in four herbaceous plant communities along an elevational gradient Journal of Vegetation Science. 26: 552-563
Willerslev E, Davison J, Moora M, et al. (2014) Fifty thousand years of Arctic vegetation and megafaunal diet. Nature. 506: 47-51
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