J.A. Yeakley

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1993 Environmental Sciences University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
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https://ges.umbc.edu/j-alan-yeakley/
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Johnson AC, Yeakley JA. (2019) Microsites and Climate Zones: Seedling Regeneration in the Alpine Treeline Ecotone Worldwide Forests. 10: 864
O'Donnell EC, Thorne CR, Yeakley JA. (2018) Managing urban flood risk in Blue‐Green cities: The Clean Water for All initiative Journal of Flood Risk Management. 1-5
Jarrad M, Netusil NR, Moeltner K, et al. (2018) Urban Stream Restoration Projects: Do Project Phase, Distance, and Type Affect Nearby Property Sale Prices? Land Economics. 94: 368-385
Johnson AC, Yeakley JA. (2016) Seedling regeneration in the alpine treeline ecotone: comparison of wood microsites and adjacent soil substrates Mountain Research and Development. 36: 443-451
Morzillo AT, Kreakie BJ, Netusil NR, et al. (2016) Resident perceptions of natural resources between cities and across scales in the Pacific Northwest Ecology & Society. 21: 14 [online]
Maas-Hebner KG, Schreck C, Hughes RM, et al. (2016) Scientifically Defensible Fish Conservation and Recovery Plans: Addressing Diffuse Threats and Developing Rigorous Adaptive Management Plans Fisheries. 41: 276-285
Maas-Hebner KG, Harte MJ, Molina N, et al. (2015) Combining and aggregating environmental data for status and trend assessments: challenges and approaches. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 187: 278
Kidd SA, Yeakley JA. (2015) Riparian Wetland Plant Response to Livestock Exclusion in the Lower Columbia River Basin Natural Areas Journal. 35: 504-514
Kidd SA, Yeakley JA. (2015) Riparian wetland plant response to livestock exclusion in the lower Columbia River basin Natural Areas Journal. 35: 504-514
Chang H, Thiers P, Netusil NR, et al. (2014) Relationships between environmental governance and water quality in a growing metropolitan area of the Pacific Northwest, USA Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18: 1383-1395
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