J.A. Yeakley - Publications

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1993 Environmental Sciences University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
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2019 Johnson AC, Yeakley JA. Microsites and Climate Zones: Seedling Regeneration in the Alpine Treeline Ecotone Worldwide Forests. 10: 864. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/f10100864  1
2018 O'Donnell EC, Thorne CR, Yeakley JA. Managing urban flood risk in Blue‐Green cities: The Clean Water for All initiative Journal of Flood Risk Management. 1-5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/jfr3.12513  0.01
2018 Jarrad M, Netusil NR, Moeltner K, Morzillo AT, Yeakley JA. Urban Stream Restoration Projects: Do Project Phase, Distance, and Type Affect Nearby Property Sale Prices? Land Economics. 94: 368-385. DOI: doi: 10.3368/le.94.3.368  1
2016 Johnson AC, Yeakley JA. Seedling regeneration in the alpine treeline ecotone: comparison of wood microsites and adjacent soil substrates Mountain Research and Development. 36: 443-451. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-16-00024R.1  1
2016 Morzillo AT, Kreakie BJ, Netusil NR, Yeakley JA, Ozawa CP, Duncan, S. Resident perceptions of natural resources between cities and across scales in the Pacific Northwest Ecology & Society. 21: 14 [online]. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-08478-210314  1
2016 Maas-Hebner KG, Schreck C, Hughes RM, Yeakley JA, Molina N. Scientifically Defensible Fish Conservation and Recovery Plans: Addressing Diffuse Threats and Developing Rigorous Adaptive Management Plans Fisheries. 41: 276-285. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2016.1175346  1
2015 Maas-Hebner KG, Harte MJ, Molina N, Hughes RM, Schreck C, Yeakley JA. Combining and aggregating environmental data for status and trend assessments: challenges and approaches. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 187: 278. PMID 25893765 DOI: 10.1007/S10661-015-4504-8  1
2015 Kidd SA, Yeakley JA. Riparian Wetland Plant Response to Livestock Exclusion in the Lower Columbia River Basin Natural Areas Journal. 35: 504-514. DOI: 10.3375/043.035.0403  1
2015 Kidd SA, Yeakley JA. Riparian wetland plant response to livestock exclusion in the lower Columbia River basin Natural Areas Journal. 35: 504-514. DOI: 10.3375/043.035.0403  0.88
2014 Chang H, Thiers P, Netusil NR, Yeakley JA, Rollwagen-Bollens G, Bollens SM, Singh S. 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. DOI: 10.5194/hess-18-1383-2014  1
2014 Behren CV, Dietrich A, Yeakley JA. Riparian vegetation assemblages and associated landscape factors across an Urbanizing Metropolitan Area Ecoscience. 20: 373-382. DOI: 10.2980/20-4-3635  1
2014 Hughes RM, Dunham S, Maas-Hebner KG, Yeakley JA, Harte M, Molina N, Shock CC, Kaczynski VW. A Review of Urban Water Body Challenges and Approaches: (2) Mitigating Effects of Future Urbanization Fisheries. 39: 30-40. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2014.866507  1
2014 Hughes RM, Dunham S, Maas-Hebner KG, Yeakley JA, Schreck C, Harte M, Molina N, Shock CC, Kaczynski VW, Schaeffer J. A Review of Urban Water Body Challenges and Approaches: (1) Rehabilitation and Remediation Fisheries. 39: 18-29. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2013.836500  1
2014 Hughes RM, Dunham S, Maas-Hebner KG, Yeakley JA, Schreck C, Harte M, Molina N, Shock CC, Kaczynski VW, Schaeffer, J. Review of urban water body challenges and approaches: (1) Rehabilitation and remediation Fisheries. 39: 18-29. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2013.836500  1
2014 Kline JD, Thiers PR, Ozawa CP, Yeakley JA, Gordon SN. How Well has Land-Use Planning Worked Under Different Governance Regimes? A Case Study in the Portland, OR-Vancouver, WA Metropolitan Area, USA Landscape and Urban Planning. 131: 51-63. DOI: 10.1016/J.Landurbplan.2014.07.013  1
2013 Caplan JS, Yeakley JA. Functional morphology underlies performance differences among invasive and non-invasive ruderal Rubus species. Oecologia. 173: 363-74. PMID 23636458 DOI: 10.1007/S00442-013-2639-2  1
2013 Johnson AC, Yeakley JA. Wood microsites at timberline-alpine meadow borders: Implications for conifer seedling regeneration and alpine meadow conifer invasion Northwest Science. 87: 140-160. DOI: 10.3955/046.087.0206  1
2013 Yeakley JA, Dunham S. Watershed and landscape scale actions for mitigating impacts on urban salmonids Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Pacific Northwest. 227-241. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-8818-7_16  1
2011 Constanza R, Kubiszewski I, Ervin D, Bluffstone R, Boyd J, Brown D, Chang H, Dujon V, Granek E, Polasky S, Shandas V, Yeakley A. Valuing ecological systems and services F1000 Biology Reports. 3: 14. DOI: doi:10.3410/B3-14  0.01
2010 Caplan JS, Yeakley JA. Water relations advantages for invasive Rubus armeniacus over two native ruderal congeners Plant Ecology. 210: 169-179. DOI: DOI: 10.1007/s11258-010-9747-4  1
2010 Caplan JS, Yeakley JA. Water relations advantages for invasive Rubus armeniacus over two native ruderal congeners Plant Ecology. 210: 169-179. DOI: 10.1007/S11258-010-9747-4  1
2008 Jenkins NJ, Yeakley JA, Stewart EM. Responses of Phalaris Arundinacea L. to managed flooding of wetlands in the Columbia Slough in Portland, Oregon, USA. Wetlands 4:1018-1027. Wetlands. 4: 1018-1027. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1672/06-145.1  0.01
2007 Sonoda K, Yeakley JA. Relative effects of land use and near-stream chemistry on phosphorus in an urban stream. Journal of Environmental Quality. 36: 144-54. PMID 17215222 DOI: 10.2134/jeq2006.0037  1
2006 Caplan JS, Yeakley JA. Rubus armeniacus (Himalayan blackberry) occurrence and growth in relation to soil and light conditions in western Oregon Northwest Science. 80: 9-17.  1
2005 Hook AM, Yeakley JA. Stormflow dynamics of dissolved organic carbon and total dissolved nitrogen in a small urban watershed Biogeochemistry. 75: 409-431. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10533-005-1860-4  0.01
2003 Yeakley JA, Coleman DC, Haines BL, Kloeppel BD, Meyer JL, Swank WT, Argo BW, Deal JM, Taylor SF. Hillslope nutrient dynamics following upland riparian vegetation disturbance Ecosystems. 6: 154-167. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-002-0116-6  1
2003 Yeakley JA, Coleman DC, Haines BL, Kloeppel BD, Meyer JL, Swank WT, Argo BW, Deal JM, Taylor SF. Hillslope nutrient dynamics following upland riparian vegetation disturbance Ecosystems. 6: 154-167. DOI: 10.1007/S10021-002-0116-6  1
2001 Sonoda K, Yeakley JA, Walker CE. Near-stream landuse effects on streamwater nutrient distribution in an urbanizing watershed Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 37: 1517-1532. DOI: 10.1111/J.1752-1688.2001.Tb03657.X  1
2000 Yeakley JA, Weishampel JF. Multiple Source Pools And Dispersal Barriers For Galapagos Plant Species Distribution Ecology. 81: 893-898. DOI: 10.1890/0012-9658(2000)081[0893:Mspadb]2.0.Co;2  0.64
1998 Yeakley JA, Swank WT, Swift LW, Hornberger GM, Shugart HH. Soil moisture gradients and controls on a southern Appalachian hillslope from drought through recharge Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 2: 41-49. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2-41-1998  1
1994 Yeakley JA, Moen RA, Breshears DD, Nungesser MK. Response of North American ecosystem models to multi-annual periodicities in temperature and precipitation. Landscape Ecology. 9: 249-260. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00129236  0.32
1994 Yeakley JA, Meyer JL, Swank WT. Hillslope nutrient flux during near-stream vegetation removal - I. A multi-scaled modeling design Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. 77: 229-246. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-011-6579-2_4  1
1991 Yeakley JA, Cale WG. Organizational levels analysis: a key to understanding processes in natural systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 149: 203-16. PMID 2062092  1
1989 Cale WG, Henebry GM, Yeakley JA. Inferring process from pattern in natural communities Bioscience. 39: 600-605. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2307/1311089  1
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