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Roger L Sheley
Range and Meadow Forage Management Research
Ecologist

Phone: (541) 573-8938
Fax: (541) 573-3042
Room 203

EOARC
67826-A, HWY 205
BURNS , OR 97720
Projects
A Systems Approach to Restoring Invaded Sagebrush Steppe
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 429494
Using Diversity and Facilitation to Enhance Establishment and Resilience During Restoration of Invaded Sage-Steppe Rangeland
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 433103
Northern Great Basin Native Seed Production Cooperative
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 435271

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Increased soil temperature and decreased precipitation during early plant life stages constrain grass seedling recruitment in cold desert restoration -
Editor's Choice: Fungal facilitation in rangelands: Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi mediate resilience and resistance in sagebrush steppe? -
Sheley, R.L. 2019. Editor's Choice: Fungal facilitation in rangelands: Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi mediate resilience and resistance in sagebrush steppe?. Rangelands. 72(4):678-691. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rala.2019.06.005.
Editor’s Choice: Influences of groundwater and climatic factors on grassland in Xiliao River Plain, Northern China -
Sheley, R.L. 2019. Editor’s Choice for Rangeland Ecology and Management Influences of groundwater and climatic factors on grassland in Xiliao River Plain, Northern China. Rangelands. 72(3):155-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rala.2019.04.002.
Editor's Choice: Canadian Prairie Rangeland and Seeded Forage Classification Using Multi-season Landsat 8 and Summer RADARSAT-2 -
Sheley, R.L. 2019. Editor's Choice: Canadian Prairie Rangeland and Seeded Forage Classification Using Multi-season Landsat 8 and Summer RADARSAT-2. Rangelands. 41(1):73-76. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rala.2018.12.005.
Weather tools for retrospective assessment of restoration outcomes -
Moffet, C., Hardegree, S.P., Abatzoglou, J.T., Hegewisch, K.C., Reuter, R., Sheley, R.L., Brunson, M.W., Flerchinger, G.N., Boehm, A.R. 2018. Weather tools for retrospective assessment of restoration outcomes. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 72(2):225-229. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2018.10.011.
Restoring native perennial grasses in medusahead habitat: Role of tilling, fire, herbicides, and seeding rate -
Schantz, M., Hardegree, S., Sheley, R. 2018. Restoring native perennial grasses in medusahead habitat: Role of tilling, fire, herbicides, and seeding rate. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 72(2):249-259. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2018.10.012.
Iterative-adaptive management and contingency-based restoration planning in a variable environment -
Hardegree, S.P., Sheley, R.A., Brunson, M.W., Taylor, M.H., Moffet, C.A. 2019. Iterative-adaptive management and contingency-based restoration planning in a variable environment. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 72(2):217-224. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2018.09.006.
Editor's choice: Transhumance as antidote for modern sedentary stock raising -
Sheley, R.L. 2018. Editor's choice: Transhumance as antidote for modern sedentary stock raising. Rangelands. Editor's Choice.
Hydrothermal germination response and environmental variability: Opportunities for genomic investigation of alternative germination syndromes -
Hydrothermal germination models: assessment of the wet-thermal approximation of potential field response -
Hardegree, S.P., Roundy, B., Walters, C.T., Reeves, P.A., Richards, C.M., Moffet, C., Sheley, R.L., Flerchinger, G.N. 2018. Hydrothermal germination models: assessment of the wet-thermal approximation of potential field response. Crop Science. 58(5):2042-2049. https://doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2017.11.0666.
Editor's choice: Relationships between cattle and biodiversity in a multi-use landscape revealed by the Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment (KLEE) -
Sheley, R.L. 2018. Editor's choice: Relationships between cattle and biodiversity in a multi-use landscape revealed by the Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment (KLEE). Rangeland Ecology and Management. 40(3):95-97.
Editor's choice: Soil health as a transformational change agent for US grazing lands management -
Sheley, R.L. 2018. Editor's choice: Soil health as a transformational change agent for US grazing lands management. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 40(4):127-128.
Developing diverse, effective, and permanent plant communities on reclaimed surface coal mines: restoring ecosystem function -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L. 2018. Developing diverse, effective, and permanent plant communities on reclaimed surface coal mines: restoring ecosystem function. Journal of the American Society and Mining and Reclamation. 7(1):77-109. https://doi.org/10.21000/JASMR18010077.
Editor’s choice: Wildlife conservation on the rangelands of eastern and southern Africa: past, present, and future -
Sheley, R.L. 2018. Editor’s choice: Wildlife conservation on the rangelands of eastern and southern Africa: past, present, and future. Rangelands. 40:34-36.
Editor's choice: Weather-centric rangeland revegetation planning -
Sheley, R.L. 2017. Editor's choice: Weather-centric rangeland revegetation planning. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 39(6):201-202.
Using weather data in land treatment decisions -
Hardegree, S.P., Boehm, A.R., Moffet, C., Abatzoglou, J., Sheley, R.L., Brunson, M. 2018. Using weather data in land treatment decisions [abstract]. Society of Range Management.
Rangeland highlights for May 2017 -
Sheley, R.L. 2017. Rangeland highlights for May 2017. Rangelands.(Editor).
Hydrothermal germination models: Improving experimental efficiency by limiting data collection to the relevant hydrothermal range -
Hardegree, S.P., Moffet, C., Walters, C.T., Sheley, R.L., Flerchinger, G.N. 2017. Hydrothermal germination models: Improving experimental efficiency by limiting data collection to the relevant hydrothermal range. Crop Science. 57(5):2753-2760. doi:10.2135/cropsci2017.02.0133.
Seedling defoliation and drought stress: variation in intensity and frequency affect performance and survival -
Denton, E.M., Smith, B.S., Hamerlynck, E.P., Sheley, R.L. 2018. Seedling defoliation and drought stress: variation in intensity and frequency affect performance and survival. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 71(1):25-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2017.06.014.
Germination syndromes and native species conservation in highly disturbed rangeland ecosystems in the Intermountain western US -
Rangeland highlights January 2017 -
Sheley, R.L. 2017. Rangeland highlights January 2017. Rangelands. Editor.
Rangeland highlights July 2016 -
Sheley, R.L. 2016. Rangeland highlights July 2016. Rangelands. Editor.
Rangeland highlights May 2016 -
Sheley, R.L. 2016. Rangeland highlights May 2016. Rangelands. Editor.
Postdefoliation ecosystem carbon and water flux and canopy growth dynamics in sagebrush steppe bunchgrass Reprint Icon -
Hamerlynck, E.P., Sheley, R.L., Davies, K.W., Svejcar, A.J. 2016. Postdefoliation ecosystem carbon and water flux and canopy growth dynamics in sagebrush steppe bunchgrass. Ecosphere. 7(7):1-21. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1376.
Importance of soil and plant community disturbance for establishment of Bromus tectorum in the Intermountain West, U.S. -
Leffler, A.J., Monaco, T.A., James, J.J., Sheley, R.L. 2016. Importance of soil and plant community disturbance for establishment of Bromus tectorum in the Intermountain West, U.S. NeoBiota. 30:111-125.
Annual grass invasion in sagebrush steppe: the relative importance of climate, soil properties and biotic interactions Reprint Icon -
Bansal, S., Sheley, R.L. 2016. Annual grass invasion in sagebrush steppe: the relative importance of climate, soil properties and biotic interactions. Oecologia. 181:543-557. doi: 10.1007/s00442-016-3583-8.
Compensatory photosynthesis, water-use efficiency, and biomass allocation of defoliated exotic and native bunchgrass seedlings Reprint Icon -
Hamerlynck, E.P., Smith, B., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2016. Compensatory photosynthesis, water-use efficiency, and biomass allocation of defoliated exotic and native bunchgrass seedlings. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 69(3):206-214. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2015.12.007.
Editorial: a scientifically rigorous and user-friendly Rangeland Ecology & Management Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Boyd, C.S., Dobrowolski, J., Hardegree, S.P., James, J., Mangold, J. 2016. Editorial: a scientifically rigorous and user-friendly Rangeland Ecology & Management. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 69(1):1-3. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2015.10.013.
Cultivation legacies in soils after rehabilitation seeding in the Great Basin, USA -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Blank, R.R., Sheley, R.L. 2016. Cultivation legacies in soils after rehabilitation seeding in the Great Basin, USA. Arid Land Research and Management. 30:362-374.
Temporal variability in microclimatic conditions for grass germination and emergence in the sagebrush steppe -
Hardegree, S.P., Sheley, R.L., Duke, S.E., James, J.J., Boehm, A.R., Flerchinger, G.N. 2016. Temporal variability in microclimatic conditions for grass germination and emergence in the sagebrush steppe. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 69(2):123-128.
Role of dispersal timing and frequency in annual grass-invaded Great Basin ecosystems: how modifying seeding strategies increases restoration success -
Schantz, M.C., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Hamerlynck, E.P. 2016. Role of dispersal timing and frequency in annual grass-invaded Great Basin ecosystems: how modifying seeding strategies increases restoration success. Western North American Naturalist. 76(1):36-52. doi: 10.3398/064.076.0106.
Do key dimensions of seed and seedling functional trait variation capture variation in recruitment probability? Reprint Icon -
Larson, J.E., Sheley, R.L., Hardegree, S.P., Doescher, P.S., James, J.J. 2015. Do key dimensions of seed and seedling functional trait variation capture variation in recruitment probability? Oecologia. 181:39-53. doi: 10.1007/s00442-015-3430-3.
Implementing strategic weed prevention programs to protect rangeland ecosystems Reprint Icon -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2015. Implementing strategic weed prevention programs to protect rangeland ecosystems. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 8(2):233-242. doi: 10.1614/IPSM-D-13-00075.1.
Altered snowfall and soil disturbance influence the early life stage transitions and recruitment of a native and invasive grass in a cold desert Reprint Icon -
Gornish, E.S., Aanderud, Z.T., Sheley, R.L., Rinella, M.J., Svejcar, A.J., Englund, S.D., James, J.J. 2015. Altered snowfall and soil disturbance influence the early life stage transitions and recruitment of a native and invasive grass in a cold desert. Oecologia. 177:595-606. doi: 10.1007/s00442-014-3180-7.
A new perspective on trait differences between native and invasive exotic plants: reply to critique -
Leffler, A.J., James, J.J., Monaco, T.A., Sheley, R.L. 2015. A new perspective on trait differences between native and invasive exotic plants: reply to critique. Ecology. 96(4):1152-1153.
A framework for ecologically-based invasive plant management -
Hoh, S., Rodhouse, T., Esposito, D., Sheley, R.L., Smith, B. 2015. A framework for ecologically-based invasive plant management. U.S Department of the Interior: National Park Service. 64 p.
Seed and seedling traits affecting critical life stage transitions and recruitment outcomes in dryland grasses Reprint Icon -
Larson, J.E., Sheley, R.L., Hardegree, S.P., Doescher, P.S., James, J.J. 2015. Seed and seedling traits affecting critical life stage transitions and recruitment outcomes in dryland grasses. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:199-209. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12350.
Economic savings from invasive plant prevention Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Sheley, J.L., Smith, B.S. 2015. Economic savings from invasive plant prevention. Weed Science. 63(1):296-301. doi: 10.1614/WS-D-14-00004.1.
Predicting foundation bunchgrass species abundances: model-assisted decision-making in protected-area sagebrush steppe Reprint Icon -
Rodhouse, T.J., Irvine, K.M., Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S., Hoh, S., Esposito, D., Mata-Gonzalez, R. 2014. Predicting foundation bunchgrass species abundances: model-assisted decision-making in protected-area sagebrush steppe. Ecosphere. 5(9):1-16.
Incorporating plant mortality and recruitment into rangeland management and assessment Reprint Icon -
Svejcar, A.J., James, J.J., Hardegree, S.P., Sheley, R.L. 2014. Incorporating plant mortality and recruitment into rangeland management and assessment. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 67:603-613. doi: 10.2111/REM-D-13-00102.1.
Role of propagule pressure and priority effects on seedlings during invasion and restoration of shrub-steppe Reprint Icon -
Schantz, M., Sheley, R.L., James, J. 2015. Role of propagule pressure and priority effects on seedlings during invasion and restoration of shrub-steppe. Biological Invasions. 17:73-85. doi: 10.1007/s10530-014-0705-2.
Role of propagule pressure and priority effects on seedlings during invasion and restoration or shrub-steppe -
Schantz, M.C., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J. 2014. Role of propagule pressure and priority effects on seedlings during invasion and restoration or shrub-steppe. Journal of Arid Environments. 17(2015):73-85. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-014-0705-2.
Large-scale downy brome treatments alter plant-soil relationships and promote perennial grasses in salt desert shrublands -
Hirsch, M.C., Monaco, T.A., Call, C.A., Sheley, R.L. 2014. Large-scale downy brome treatments alter plant-soil relationships and promote perennial grasses in salt desert shrublands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 67:255-265.
Simultaneous intraspecific facilitation and interspecific competition between native and annual grasses Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J. 2014. Simultaneous intraspecific facilitation and interspecific competition between native and annual grasses. Journal of Arid Environments. 104:50-87. DOI: 10.1016/j.jariden.2014.01.019.
Plant litter effects on soil nutrient availability and vegetation dynamics: changes that occur when annual grasses invade shrub-steppe communities -
Bansal, S., Sheley, R.L., Blank, R.R., Vasquez, E. 2014. Plant litter effects on soil nutrient availability and vegetation dynamics: changes that occur when annual grasses invade shrub-steppe communities. Plant Ecology. 215:367-378. doi: 10.1007/s11258-014-0307-1.
The effects of precipitation and soil type on three invasive annual grasses in the western United States Reprint Icon -
Bansal, S., James, J., Sheley, R.L. 2014. The effects of precipitation and soil type on three invasive annual grasses in the western United States. Journal of Arid Environments. 104:38-42.
Western land managers will need all available tools for adapting to climate change, including grazing: A critique of Beschta et al Reprint Icon -
Svejcar, A.J., Boyd, C.S., Davies, K.W., Madsen, M.D., Bates, J.D., Sheley, R.L., Marlow, C., Bohnert, D., Borman, M., Mata-Gonzalez, R., Buckhouse, J., Stringham, T., Perryman, B., Swanson, S., Tate, K., George, M., Ruyle, G., Roundy, B., Call, C., Jensen, K.B., Launchbaugh, K., Gearhart, A., Vermeire, L.T., Tanaka, J., Derner, J.D., Frasier, G.W., Havstad, K.M. 2014. Western land managers will need all available tools for adapting to climate change, including grazing: A critique of Beschta et al. Environmental Management. 53:1035-1038. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-013-0218-2.
Knapweed hay as a nutritional supplement for beef cows fed low-quality forage Reprint Icon -
Bohnert, D.W., Sheley, R.L., Falck, S.J., Nyman, A.A. 2014. Knapweed hay as a nutritional supplement for beef cows fed low-quality forage. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 67(2):219-223. DOI: 10.2111/REM-D-13-00091.1.
USDA area-wide project for annual grasses: outcomes and impacts -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2013. USDA area-wide project for annual grasses: outcomes and impacts. Agricultural Research Service Publication. 33p.
A new perspective on trait differences between native and invasive exotic plants -
Leffler, A.J., James, J.J., Monaco, T.A., Sheley, R.L. 2014. A new perspective on trait differences between native and invasive exotic plants. Ecology. 95(2):298-305.
Landscape-scale rehabilitation of medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae)dominated sagebrush steppe Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Vasquez, E., Chamberlain, A., Smith, B.S. 2012. Landscape-scale rehabilitation of medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae)dominated sagebrush steppe. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 5:436-442.
Cost/benefit analysis of managing annual invasive grasses in partially invaded sagebrush steppe ecosystems Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Sheley, J.L., Smith, B.S. 2014. Cost/benefit analysis of managing annual invasive grasses in partially invaded sagebrush steppe ecosystems. Weed Science. 62(1):38-44. DOI: 10.1614/WS-D-13-00056.1.
Where to begin with weed management efforts on your ranch and range -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2013. Where to begin with weed management efforts on your ranch and range. Oregon Beef Producer. Oregon Beef Producer.
Implementing EBIPM: A guide to developing and invasive plant operational plan -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2013. Implementing EBIPM: A guide to developing and invasive plant operational plan. Agricultural Research Service Publication. p.1-19.
Land-use legacies of cultivation in sagebrush ecosystems affect soil nutrients and plant growth nearly a century after cultivation -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Blank, R.R., Leger, E., Sheley, R.L. 2013. Land-use legacies of cultivation in sagebrush ecosystems affect soil nutrients and plant growth nearly a century after cultivation. Plant Ecology. 214:831-844.
A systems approach to restoring degraded drylands Reprint Icon -
James, J.J., Sheley, R.L., Erickson, T., Rollins, K.S., Taylor, M.H., Dixon, K.W. 2013. A systems approach to restoring degraded drylands. Journal of Applied Ecology. 50:730-739.
Site, competition and plant stock influence transplant success of Wyoming big sagebrush -
Mcadoo, J.K., Boyd, C.S., Sheley, R.L. 2013. Site, competition and plant stock influence transplant success of Wyoming big sagebrush. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 66(3):305-312. https://doi.org/10.2111/REM-D-12-00136.1.
Impact of cultivation legacies on rehabilitation seedings and native species re-establishment in Great Basin desert shrublands -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Sheley, R.L. 2014. Impact of cultivation legacies on rehabilitation seedings and native species re-establishment in Great Basin desert shrublands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 67:285-291.
Prioritizing invasive plant management strategies Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S. 2012. Prioritizing invasive plant management strategies. Rangelands. 34(6):11-14.
Ecologically-based invasive plant management: Step by step Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S. 2012. Ecologically-based invasive plant management: Step by step. Rangelands. 34(6):6-10.
Long-term redevelopment of resource islands in shrublands of the Great Basin, USA -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Blank, R.R., Sheley, R.L. 2013. Long-term redevelopment of resource islands in shrublands of the Great Basin, USA. Ecosphere. 4:12.
Adaptive management in EBIPM: A key to success in invasive plant management Reprint Icon -
Leffler, A.J., Sheley, R.L. 2012. Adaptive management in EBIPM: A key to success in invasive plant management. Rangelands. 34(6):44-47.
Ecological principles underpinning invasive plant management tools and strategies Reprint Icon -
James, J.J., Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S. 2012. Ecological principles underpinning invasive plant management tools and strategies. Rangelands. 34(6):27-29.
Integrating a rangeland health assessment with successional management: A synergistic approach to EBIPM Reprint Icon -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Svejcar, A.J., Pellant, M.L. 2012. Integrating a rangeland health assessment with successional management: A synergistic approach to EBIPM. Rangelands. 34(6):15-18.
The role of plant litter on nutrient mineralization and vegetation dynamics in three sage-steppe communities with differing levels of annual grass invasion -
Sheley, R.L., Bansal, S. 2012. The role of plant litter on nutrient mineralization and vegetation dynamics in three sage-steppe communities with differing levels of annual grass invasion [abstract]. Ecological Society of America Proceedings. Paper No. PS45-47.
Government success in partnerships: The USDA-ARS areawide ecologically-based invasive annual grass management program Reprint Icon -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2012. Government success in partnerships: The USDA-ARS areawide ecologically-based invasive annual grass management program. Rangelands. 34(4):17-24.
Making grazing management a priority in invasive annual grass infestations -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2012. Making grazing management a priority in invasive annual grass infestations. Oregon Beef Producer. 25:11-12.
EBIPM assessment guide -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Vasquez, E. 2012. EBIPM assessment guide. Agricultural Research Service Publication. 20 p.
Grazing invasive annual grasses: the green and brown guide -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2012. Grazing invasive annual grasses: the green and brown guide. Agricultural Research Service Publication. 36 p.
Cooperative prevention systems to protect rangelands from the spread of invasive plants Reprint Icon -
Goodwin, K., Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J., Wood, S., Manoukian, M., Schuldt, M., Miller, E., Sackman, S. 2012. Cooperative prevention systems to protect rangelands from the spread of invasive plants. Rangelands. 34(1):26-31.
Invasive plant ecology and management: Linking processes to practice -
Monaco, T.A., Sheley, R.L. 2012. In: Monaco, T.A. and Sheley, R.L. (eds.) Invasive plant ecology and management: Linking processes to practice. CABI Publishing: Wallingford, UK. p. xi-xii.
Long-term population dynamics of seeded plants in invaded grasslands Reprint Icon -
Rinella, M.J., Mangold, J.M., Espeland, E.K., Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J. 2012. Long-term population dynamics of seeded plants in invaded grasslands. Ecological Applications 22(4):1320-1329.
Invasive plant management on anticipated conservation benefits: a scientific Assessment -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Rinella, M.J., Blumenthal, D.M., Ditomaso, J.M. 2011. Invasive plant management on anticipated conservation benefits: a scientific Assessment. United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service. p.291-336.
Land-use legacies and recovery from dry farming in sagebrush ecosystems of the Great Basin, USA -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Sheley, R.L. 2011. Land-use legacies and recovery from dry farming in sagebrush ecosystems of the Great Basin, USA. Ecological Applications. DOI: 10.2111/REM-D-10-00147.1.
Using rangeland health assessment to inform successional management Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Vasquez, E.A., Svejcar, A.J. 2011. Using rangeland health assessment to inform successional management. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 4(3):356-366.
A working ranch with an effective medusahead management program -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., Bingham, B.S. 2011. A working ranch with an effective medusahead management program. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. DVD.
Implementing ecologically based invasive plant management: Lessons from a century of demonstration projects in Park Valley, Utah -
Morris, L.R., Monaco, T.A., Call, C.A., Sheley, R.L., Ralphs, M.H. 2011. Implementing ecologically based invasive plant management: Lessons from a century of demonstration projects in Park Valley, Utah. Rangelands. 33:2-9.
Role of competition in restoring resource poor arid systems dominated by invasive grasses Reprint Icon -
Mangla, S., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Radosevich, S.R. 2011. Role of competition in restoring resource poor arid systems dominated by invasive grasses. Journal of Arid Environments. 75:487-493.
Establishing a weed prevention area, a step-by-step user's guide -
Christensen, S., Ransom, C., Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S., Whitesides, R. 2011. Establishing a weed prevention area, a step-by-step user's guide. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. 1-40.
Government success in partnership: the USDA-ARS area-wide ecologically based invasive annual grass management program -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2011. Government success in partnership: the USDA-ARS area-wide ecologically based invasive annual grass management program. 64th Ecology and Management of Annual Rangelands Proceedings, February 6-10, 2011, Billings, Montana. 64:167.
Research, demonstration, and extension: the ARS area-wide ecologically based invasive plant management project -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2011. Research, demonstration, and extension: the ARS area-wide ecologically based invasive plant management project. 64th Ecology and Management of Annual Rangelands Proceedings, February 6-10, 2011, Billings, Montana. 64:73.
The importance of education in managing invasive plant species -
Young, S.L., Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S., Howery, L., Mcdonald, S., Westbrooks, R., Westbrooks, B., Lehnhoff, E. 2011. The importance of education in managing invasive plant species. 64th Ecology and Management of Annual Rangelands Proceedings, February 6-10, 2011, Billings, Montana. 64:469.
Assessment and demonstration of ecologically-based medusahead and cheatgrass management in Jordan Valley, Oregon -
Vasquez, E., Chamberlain, A., Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2011. Assessment and demonstration of ecologically-based medusahead and cheatgrass management in Jordan Valley, Oregon.64th Ecology and Management of Annual Rangelands Proceedings, February 6-10, 2011, Billings, Montana. 64:247.
Field growth comparisons of invasive alien annual and native perennial grasses in monocultures Reprint Icon -
Mangla, S., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J. 2011. Field growth comparisons of invasive alien annual and native perennial grasses in monocultures. Journal of Arid Environments. 75:206-210.
Applying ecologically-based invasive plant management -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Smith, B.S., Vasquez, E.A. 2010. Applying ecologically-based invasive plant management. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 63:605-613.
Intra and interspecific competition among invasive and native species during early stages of plant growth Reprint Icon -
Mangla, S., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Radosevich, S.R. 2011. Intra and interspecific competition among invasive and native species during early stages of plant growth. Plant Ecology. 212:531-542.
A working ranch with an effective medusahead program Reprint Icon -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., Bingham, B.S. 2010. A working ranch with an effective medusahead program. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. p.1-4.
Resistance of native plant functional groups to invasion by medusahead Reprint Icon -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J. 2010. Resistance of native plant functional groups to invasion by medusahead. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 3(3):294-300.
Ecological Principles for Invasive Plant Management Reprint Icon -
James, J.J., Sheley, R.L., Vasquez, E.A., Smith, B.S. 2010. Ecological Principles for Invasive Plant Management. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. 32 p
Principles for ecologically based invasive plant management -
James, J.J., Smith, B.S., Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L. 2010. Principles for ecologically based invasive plant management. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 3:229-239.
Non-native competitive perennial grass impedes the spread of an invasive annual grass -
Davies, K.W., Nafus, A., Sheley, R.L. 2010. Non-native competitive perennial grass impedes the spread of an invasive annual grass. Biological Invasions. 12:3187-3194.
The Area-Wide Project: Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management of Annual Grasses In The Great Basin -
Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S., Pellant, M. 2010. The Area-Wide Project: Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management of Annual Grasses In The Great Basin. Paper No.7
The USDA-ARS Area-wide Project for Invasive Annual Grasses in the Great Basin Ecosystem: Applying Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management -
Smith,B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2010. The USDA-ARS Area-wide Project for Invasive Annual Grasses in the Great Basin Ecosystem: Applying Ecologically-based Invasive Plant Management. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. Paper 14
A Cheat Sheet for Land and Resource Managers -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L. 2009. A Cheat Sheet for Land and Resource Managers. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Ecologically-Based Invasive Plant Management Field School Workbook 2009 -
Smith, B.S., Sheley, R.L., Boyd, C.S., Vasquez, E.A., James, J.J., Morris, L., Monaco, T.A., Svejcar, A.J. 2009. Ecologically-Based Invasive Plant Management Field School Workbook 2009. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Adaptive Management for Invasive Annual Grasses: A Step-by-Step User's Guide for Implementing EBIPM -
Sheley, R.L., Smith, B.S., Svejcar, A.J. 2009. Adaptive Management for Invasive Annual Grasses: A Step-by-Step User's Guide for Implementing EBIPM. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Applying Ecologically-Based Invasive Plant Management -
Sheley, R.L., Vasquez, E.A., James, J.J., Smith, B.S. 2009. Applying Ecologically-Based Invasive Plant Management. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Response of Bluebunch Wheatgrass and Medusahead to Defoliation -
Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2009. Response of Bluebunch Wheatgrass and Medusahead to Defoliation. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 62(3):278-283.
Crested Wheatgrass Impedes the Spread of Medusahead -
Davies, K.W., Nafus, A., Sheley, R.L. 2009. Crested Wheatgrass Impedes the Spread of Medusahead.p. 39-43. In: Range Field Day 2009: Progress Report. Oregon State University Special Report 1092.. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Promoting Native Vegetation in Medusahead Infestations -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L., Nafus, A. 2009. Promoting Native Vegetation in Medusahead Infestations. p. 50-55. In: Range Field Day 2009: Progress Report. Oregon State Unviersity Special Report 1092. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
FUNCTIONAL GROUP RESPONSES TO RECIPROCAL PLANT LITTER EXCHANGES BETWEEN NATIVE AND INVASIVE PLANT DOMINATED GRASSLANDS -
Sheley, R.L., Vasquez, E.A. 2009. Functional Group Responses to Reciprocal Plant Litter Exchanges between Native and Invasive Plant Dominated Grasslands. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2:158-165.
Promoting native vegetation and diversity in exotic annual grass infestations -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L. 2011. Promoting native vegetation and diversity in exotic annual grass infestations. Restoration Ecology. 19:159-165.
SOIL NITROGEN MANAGEMENT AND INVASION RESISTANCE -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J., Smith, B.S. 2009. SOIL NITROGEN MANAGEMENT AND INVASION RESISTANCE. 62nd Society for Range Management Annual Meeting. Paper No. 20-11.
Invasive rangeland plants in range and animal sciences and resources management -
Mangold, J.M., Svejcar, A.J., Sheley, R.L., Monaco, T.A., Sosebee, R. 2008. Invasive rangeland plants in range and animal sciences and resources management. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems.
Augmentative restoration: repairing damaged ecological processes during restoration of heterogeneous environm -
Sheley, R.L., James, J.J., Bard, E. 2009. Augmentative restoration: repairing damaged ecological processes during restoration of heterogeneous environments. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2009 2:10-21.
Root Plasticity of Native and Invasive Great Basin Species in Response to Soil Nitrogen Heterogeneity -
James, J.J., Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2008. Root Plasticity of Native and Invasive Great Basin Species in Response to Soil Nitrogen Heterogeneity. Journal Of Plant Ecology. 202:211-220.
Revegetation Guidelines for the Great Basin: Considering Invasive Weeds -
Sheley, R.L., Mangold, J., Goodwin, K., Marks, J. 2008. Revegetation Guidelines for the Great Basin: Considering Invasive Weeds. Agricultural Research Service Publication. ARS-168
Control Effort Exacerbates Invasive Species Problem -
Rinella, M.J., Maxwell, B.D., Fay, P.K., Weaver, T., Sheley, R.L. 2009. Control Effort Exacerbates Invasive Species Problem. Ecological Applications 19(1):155-162.
JUNIPER CUTTING AND PRESCRIBED FIRE COMBINATIONS; SOUTH MOUNTAIN, IDAHO -
Bates, J.D., Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L., Sharp, R. 2008. Juniper cutting and prescribed fire combinations; south mountain, idaho. Extension Reports.Range Field Day 2008 Progress Report. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station, Special Report 1085. Burns, OR. pp. 62-68.
Effects of Imazapic on Target and Nontarget Vegetation During Revegetation -
Sheley, R.L., Carpinelli, M., Reever-Morghan, K., Vasquez, E.A. 2008. Effects of Imazapic on Target and Nontarget Vegetation During Revegetation . Extension Reports. Range Field Day 2008 Progress Report. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station, Special Report 1085. Burns, OR. pp. 43-47.
Crested Wheatgrass Defoliation Intensity and Season of Use on Medusahead Invasion -
Sheley, R.L., Bingham, B.S., Svejcar, A.J., Vasquez, E.A. 2008. Crested Wheatgrass Defoliation Intensity and Season of Use on Medusahead Invasion . Extension Reports. Range Field Day 2008 Progress Report. Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station, Special Report 1085. Burns, OR. pp. 48-52.
SAGEBRUSH STEPPE - RESEARCH PROGRESS REPORT 2007 -
Davies, K.W., Nafus, A., Bates, J.D., Svejcar, A.J., Sheley, R.L., Johnson, D.D., Miller, R.F., Sharp, R.N., Rhodes, E.C. 2008. Sagebrush steppe - research progress report 2007. Agricultural Research Service Publication. EOARC - Burns pp88
NITROGEN ENHANCES THE COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF CHEATGRASS(BROMUS TECTORUM) RELATIVE TO NATIVE GRASSES -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2008. Nitrogen enhances the competitive ability of cheatgrass(bromus tectorum) relative to native grasses. Journal of Invasive Plant Science and Management. 1:287-295.
LINKING NITROGEN PARTITIONING AND SPECIES ABUNDANCE TO INVASION RESISTANCE IN THE GREAT BASIN -
James, J.J., Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L., Aanderud, Z.T. 2008. Linking nitrogen partitioning and species abundance to invasion resistance in the great basin. Oecologia. 156:637-648.
CREATING INVASION RESISTANT SOILS VIA NITROGEN MANAGEMENT -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2008. Creating invasion resistant soils via nitrogen management. Journal of Invasive Plant Science Management. 1:304-314.
DOES FALL PRESCRIBED BURNING ARTEMISIA TRIDENTATA STEPPE PROMOTE INVASION OR RESISTANCE TO INVASION AFTER A RECOVERY PERIOD? -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L., Bates, J.D. 2008. Does fall prescribed burning artemisia tridentata steppe promote invasion or resistance to invasion after a recovery period?. Journal of Arid Environments 72:1076-1085.
Native species replace introduced grass cultivars seeded following wildfire -
Roche, C.T., Sheley, R.L., Korfhage, R.C. 2008. Native species replace introduced grass cultivars seeded following wildfire. Ecological Restoration. 26(4)321-330.
CRESTED WHEATGRASS DEFOLIATION INTENSITY AND SEASON ON MEDUSAHEAD INVASION -
Sheley, R.L., Bingham, B.S., Svejcar, A.J. 2008. Crested wheatgrass defoliation intensity and season on medusahead invasion. Rangeland Ecology and Management. Rangeland Ecol Manage 61:211-217
One-Time Herbicide use Causes Local Extinction of Native Species -
Rinella, M.J., Maxwell, B.D., Sheley, R.L. 2008. One-Time Herbicide use Causes Local Extinction of Native Species. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. 23-10.
CONTROLLING PERFORMANCE OF BLUEBUNCH WHEATGRASS AND SPOTTED KNAPWEED USING NITROGEN AND SUCROSE AMENDMENTS -
Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L. 2008. Controlling performance of bluebunch wheatgrass and spotted knapweed using nitrogen and sucrose amendments. Western North American Naturalist. 68(2)pp. 129-137.
CONTROL OF MEDUSAHEAD WITH IMAZAPIC AND PRESCRIBED BURNING IN THE NORTHERN GREAT BASIN -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L. 2008. Control of medusahead with imazapic and prescribed burning in the northern great basin. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. Range & Pasture Management Poster# 18.
RESTORING WESTERN JUNIPER INFESTED RANGELAND AFTER PRESCRIBED FIRE -
Sheley, R.L., Bates, J.D. 2008. Restoring western juniper infested rangeland after prescribed fire. Weed Science. 56:469-476.
Presence of soil surface depressions increases water uptake by native grass seeds. -
Mangold, J.M., James, J.J., Sheley, R.L. 2007. Presence of soil surface depressions increases water uptake by native grass seeds.. Ecological Restoration. 25(4):278-279
Invasibility of Sagebrush-Bunchgrass Communities Four Years Post-Burn -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L., Bates, J.D. 2007. Invasibility of Sagebrush-Bunchgrass Communities Four Years Post-Burn [abstract]. Society for Range Management. Paper No.110
EFFECTS OF IMAZAPIC ON TARGET AND NONTARGET VEGETATION COVER DURING REVEGETATION -
Sheley, R.L., Carpinelli, M., Reever Morghan, K.J. 2007. Effects of imazapic on target and nontarget vegetation cover during revegetation. Weed Technology. 21:1071-1081
Soil nitrogen enhances the competitive ability of Bromus tectorum relative to native grasses -
Vasquez, E.A., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2008. Soil nitrogen enhances the competitive ability of Bromus tectorum relative to native grasses. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. Building Bridges:Grasslands to Rangelands. Ecology Posters #26.
THE HEALING HAND OF TIME: NATIVE SPECIES REPLACE INTRODUCED GRASS CULTIVARS SEEDED FOLLOWING WILDFIRE -
Roche, C., Sheley, R.L., Korfhage, R. 2007. The healing hand of time: native species replace introduced grass cultivars seeded following wildfire [abstract]. Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest Section. P11.
REVEGETATION SUCCESS OF MEDUSAHEAD-INFESTED RANGELANDS WITH PLATEAU® AND PRESCRIBED BURNING -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L. 2007. Revegetation success of medusahead-infested rangelands with plateau® and prescribed burning [abstract]. Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest Chapter.p.37.
INFLUENCE OF NEIGHBORING VEGETATION HEIGHT ON SEED DISPERSAL: IMPLICATIONS TO INVASIVE PLANT MANAGEMENT -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L. 2007. Influence of neighboring vegetation height on seed dispersal: implications to invasive plant management. Weed Science 55:626-630
REVEGETATING RUSSIAN KNAPWEED (ACROPTILON REPENS)AND RABBITBRUSH (ERICAMERIA TERETIFOLIA)INFESTED RANGELAND IN A SINGLE ENTRY -
Sheley, R.L. 2007. Revegetating russian knapweed (acroptilon repens)and rabbitbrush (ericameria teretifolia)infested rangeland in a single entry. Weed Science 55:365-370.
RESTORING SPECIES RICHNESS AND DIVERSITY IN A RUSSIAN KNAPWEED (ACROPTILON REPENS)-INFESTED RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITY USING HERBICIDES -
Sheley, R.L., Laufenberg, S., Jacobs, J., Borkowski, J. 2007. Restoring species richness and diversity in a russian knapweed (Acroptilon repens)-infested riparian plant community using herbicides. Weed Science 55:311-318.
INFLUENCE OF PLANT FUNCTIONAL REMOVAL ON INORGANIC SOIL NITROGEN CONCENTRATIONS IN NATIVE GRASSLANDS -
Davies, K.W., Pokorny, M.L., Sheley, R.L., James, J.J. 2007. Influence of plant functional removal on inorganic soil nitrogen concentrations in native grasslands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 60(3):304-310.
THE POTENTIAL FOR RESOURCE-BASED NICHES TO CONTRIBUTE TO INVASION RESISTANCE IN A SEMI-ARID PLANT COMMUNITY -
James, J.J., Davies, K.W., Aanderud, Z.T., Sheley, R.L. 2007. The potential for resource-based niches to contributed to invasion resistance in a semi-arid plant community [abstract]. Society for Range Management. Paper No. 213.
TOLERANCE OF MEADOW FOXTAIL (ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS) TO TWO SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES -
Sheley, R.L. 2007. Tolerance of meadow foxtail (alopecurus pratensis) to two sulfonylurea herbicides. Weed Technology 21:470-472.
A Conceptual Framework for Preventing the Spatial Dispersal of Invasive Plants -
Davies, K.W., Sheley, R.L. 2007. A conceptual framework for preventing the spatial dispersal of invasive plants. Weed Science. 55:178-184.
EFFECT OF SOIL TEXTURE, WATERING FREQUENCY, AND A HYDROGEL ON THE EMERGENCE AND SURVIVAL OF COATED VERSUS UNCOATED CRESTED WHEATGRASS SEEDS -
Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L. 2007. Effect of soil texture, watering frequency, and a hydrogel on the emergence and survival of coated versus uncoated crested wheatgrass seeds. Ecological Restoration 25(1):6-11.
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF LEAFY SPURGE INFESTED RANGELAND -
Jacobs, J.S., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Integrated Management of Leafy Spurge Infested Rangeland. Journal of Range Management. 59(5):475-482.
ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIVE AND INVASIVE PLANTS ALONG A RANGELAND RIPARIAN GRADIENT -
Lecain, R.R., Hook, P.B., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Establishment of native and invasive plants along a rangeland riparian gradient. Ecological Restoration. 24(3):173-181.
USING LIGHT ATTENUATION TO ESTIMATE LEAFY SPURGE IMPACTS ON FORAGE PRODUCTION -
Rinella, M.J., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Using light attenuation to estimate leafy spurge impacts on forage production. Rangeland Ecology and Management 59(4):431-437.
POTENTIAL FOR SUCCESIONAL THEORY TO GUIDE RESTORATION OF INVASIVE PLANT DOMINATED RANGELAND -
Sheley, R.L., Mangold, J.M., Anderson, J.J. Potential for succesional theory to guide restoration of invasive plant dominated rangeland. Ecological Monographs. 2006. 76(3):365-379.
RUSSIAN KNAPWEED AS A PROTEIN SUPPLEMENT FOR BEEF COWS CONSUMING LOW-QUALITY FORAGE -
Bohnert, D.W., Sheley, R.L., Falck, S.J., Nyman, A.A. 2006. Russian knapweed as a protein supplement for beef cows consuming low-quality forage. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings. Vol. 57:235-237.
NITROGEN CAPTURE BY NATIVE AND INVASIVE GREAT BASIN SPECIES: THE ROLE OF ROOT PLASTICITY -
James, J.J., Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2006. Nitrogen capture by native and invasive great basin species: The role of root plasticity [abstract]. Society for Range Management Meeting Proceedings. Paper No. 190.
INFLUENCE OF RESOURCE PULSES AND PERENNIAL NEIGHBORS ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INVASIVE ANNUAL GRASS IN THE MOJAVE DESERT -
James, J.J., Caird, M.A., Drenovsky, R.E., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Influence of resource pulses and perennial neighbors on the establishment of an invasive annual grass in the mojave desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 67:528-534.
ENHANCING NATIVE FORB ESTABLISHMENT AND PERSISTANCE USING A RICH SEED MIXTURE -
Sheley, R.L., Half, M.L. 2006. Enhancing native forb establishment and persistance using a rich seed mixture. Restoration Ecology 14(4):627-635..
MAPPING INVASIVE PLANTS USING HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGERY AND BREIMAN CUTLER CLASSIFICATIONS (RANDOMFOREST) -
Lawrence, R.L., Wood, S.D., Sheley, R.L. 2005. Mapping invasive plants using hyperspectral imagery and Breiman Cutler classifications (RandomForest). Remote Sensing of Environment. 100(2006):356-362.
MAPPING INVASIVE PLANTS USING HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGERY, CLASSIFICATION TREES, AND CLASSIFICATION THRESHOLDS -
Lawrence, R., Wood, S., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Mapping invasive plants using hyperspectral imagery, classification trees, and classification thresholds [abstract]. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Proceedings. 100(2006):356-362.
VIEWPOINT: SUCCESSFUL ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT - THE INTEGRATION OF RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT -
Reever Morghan, K.J., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2006. Viewpoint: Successful Adaptive Management - The Integration of Research and Management. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 59(2):216-219.
TOWARD ECOLOGICALLY-BASED INVASIVE PLANT MANAGEMENT ON RANGELAND -
Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2006. Toward ecologically-based invasive plant management on rangeland. Weed Science. 54:597-605.
SEED ISLANDS MAY PROMOTE ESTABLISHMENT AND EXPANSION OF NATIVE SPECIES IN RECLAIMED MINE SITES (MONTANA) -
Reever Morghan, K.J., Sheley, R.L., Denny, M.K., Pokorny, M.L. 2005. Seed islands may promote establishment and expansion of native species in reclaimed mine sites (Montana). Ecological Restoration. 23(3): 214-215.
PLANT FUNCTIONAL GROUP DIVERSITY AS A MECHANISM FOR INVASION RESISTANCE -
Pokorny, M.L., Sheley, R.L., Zabinski, C.A., Engel, R.E., Svejcar, A.J., Borkowski, J.J. 2005. Plant functional group diversity as a mechanism for invasion resistance. Restoration Ecology. 13(3):1-12
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF LEAFY SPURGE-INFESTED RANGELAND -
Jacobs, J.S., Sheley, R.L., Borkowski, J.J. 2006. Integrated management of leafy spurge-infested rangeland. Rangeland Ecology and Management.59(5):475-482.
CAN R*s PREDICT INVASION IN SEMI-ARID GRASSLANDS -
Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L., Engel, R. 2006. Can r*s predict invasion in semi-arid grasslands. Biological Invasions 8:1343-1354.
CREATING WEED-RESISTANT PLANT COMMUNITIES USING NICHE-DIFFERENTED NONNATIVE SPECIES -
Sheley, R.L., Carpinelli, M.F. 2005. Creating weed-resistant plant communities using niche-differented nonnative species. Journal of Range Management. 58(5):480-488.
COMMUNITY RESPONSE OF NON-TARGET SPECIES TO HERBICIDE APPLICATION AND REMOVAL OF THE NONINDIGENOUS INVADER -
Denny, K.M., Sheley, R.L. 2006. Community response of non-target species to herbicide application and removal of the nonindigenous invader. Western North American Naturalist. 66(1):55-63.
SOUTH MOUNTAIN JUNIPER CONTROL STUDY, ANNUAL REPORT, 2004 -
Jon Bates, Roger Sheley, Rob Sharp. 2005. South mountain juniper control study, annual report, 2004. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. 22p.
MODELS THAT PREDICT INVASIVE WEED AND GRASS DYNAMICS: 1. MODEL DEVELOPMENT -
Rinella, M.J., Sheley, R.L. 2005. Models that predict invasive weed and grass dynamics: 1. Model development. Weed Science 53:586-593.
MODELS THAT PREDICT INVASIVE WEED AND GRASS DYNAMICS: 2. ACCURACY EVALUATION -
Rinella, M.J., Sheley, R.L. 2005. Models that predict invasive weed and grass dynamics: 2. Accuracy evaluation. Weed Science 53:605-614.
TOWARD ECOLOGICALLY-BASED MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE PLANTS ON WESTERN RANGELAND -
Mangold, J.M., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J. 2005. Toward ecologically-based management of invasive plants on western rangeland [abstract]. Society for Range Management. Paper No. 211.
RESTORING SPECIES RICHNESS AND DIVERSITY IN A RUSSIAN KNAPWEED-INFESTED RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITY USING HERBICIDES -
Sheley, R.L., Laufenberg, S.M. 2006. Restoring species richness and diversity in a russian knapweed-infested riparian plant community using herbicides. Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. SR1057:36-37.
INTEGRATING DISTURBANCE AND COLONIZATION DURING REHABILITATION OF INVASIVE PLANT DOMINATED GRASSLANDS -
Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J.S., Svejcar, A.J. 2005. Integrating disturbance and colonization during rehabilitation of invasive plant dominated grasslands. Weed Science 53(3):307-314.
THE EFFECT OF SEASON OF PICLORAM AND CHLORSULFURON APPLICATION ON DALMATIAN TOADFLAX ON PRESCRIBED BURNS -
Jacobs, J.S., Sheley, R.L. 2005. The effect of season of picloram and chlorsulfuron application on dalmatian toadflax on prescribed burns. Weed Technology. 19(1):59-64.
FIGHTING INVASIVE WEEDS: AMMUNITION OF THE FUTURE -
Sheley, R.L. 2005. Fighting invasive weeds: ammunition of the future [abstract]. Society for Range Management. Paper No. 316.
DETECTION OF SPOTTED KNAPWEED (CENTAUREA MACULOSA LAM.) USING CANINE OLFACTION -
Goodwin, K., Sheley, R.L., Lynch, W., Menalled, F. 2005. Detection of spotted knapweed (centaurea maculosa lam.) using canine olfaction. [abstract] Society for Range Management. Paper No. 131.
COOPERATIVE RANGELAND PROTECTION FROM INVASIVE WEED SPREAD -
Goodwin, K., Sheley, R.L. 2005. Cooperative rangeland protection from invasive weed spread [abstract]. Society for Range Management. Paper No. 130.
USING ECOLOGICAL THEORY TO GUIDE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AUGMENTATIVE RESTORATION -
Bard, E.C., Sheley, R.L., Jacobsen, J.S., Borkowski, J.J. 2004. Using ecological theory to guide the implementation of augmentative restoration. Weed Technology. 18(4):1246-1249.
TOWARD A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR LEAFY SPURGE-INFESTED PLANT COMMUNITIES -
Rinella, M.J., Sheley, R.L., Goodman, D. 2004. Toward a decision support system for leafy spurge-infested plant communities. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts #8. On CD.
RESTORING SPECIES RICHNESS IN A RUSSIAN KNAPWEED INFESTED PLANT COMMUNITY USING HERBICIDES -
REVEGETATION: PLANNING THE END GAME BEFORE WE START -
Sheley, R.L. 2004. Revegetation: planning the end game before we start. Meeting Abstract . In: Science and Decision-Making in Biological Control of Weeds: A Conference on the Benefits and Risks of Biological Control. January 27-29, 2004, Denver, Colorado.
IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIMITING RESOURCE WITHIN A SEMI-ARID PLANT ASSOCIATION -
Krueger-Mangold, J., Sheley, R.L., Engel, R., Jacobsen, J., Svejcar, A.J., Zabinski, C. 2004. Identification of the limiting resource within a semi-arid plant association. Journal of Arid Environments. 58(2004):309-320.
REVEGETATION GUIDELINES FOR WESTERN MONTANA: CONSIDERING INVASIVE WEEDS -
Goodwin, K., Sheley, R.L., Marks, G. 2004. Revegetation guidelines for Western Montana: Considering invasive weeds. Montana Weed Control Association. 73 p.
COMBINATION OF BURNING AND HERBICIDES MAY FAVOR ESTABLISHMENT OF WEEDY SPECIES IN RANGELAND RESTORATION (MONTANA) -
Jacobs, J.S., Sheley, R.L. 2003. Combination of burning and herbicides may favor establishment of weedy species in rangeland restoration (Montana). Ecological Restoration Notes. 21(4):138-139.
INTEGRATING 2,4-D AND SHEEP GRAZING TO REHABILITATE SPOTTED KNAPWEED-INFESTED RANGELAND -
Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J.S., Martin, J.M. 2004. Integrating 2,4-d and sheep grazing to rehabilitate spotted knapweed-infested rangeland. Journal of Range Management. 57(4):371-375.
USING SAMPLING AND INVERSE DISTANCE WEIGHTED MODELING FOR MAPPING INVASIVE PLANTS -
USING SAMPLING AND INVERSE DISTANCE WEIGHTED MODELING FOR MAPPING INVASIVE PLANTS -
Roberts, E.A., Sheley, R.L., Lawrence, R.L. 2004. Using sampling and inverse distance weighted modeling for mapping invasive plants. Western North American Naturalist. 64(3):312-323.
DESIGNING INVASIVE PLANT RESISTANT COMMUNITIES BY MAXIMIZING NICHE OCCUPATION -
TOWARD ECOLOGICALLY-BASED RESTORATION OF INVASIVE PLANT DOMINATED ECOSYSTEMS: AN INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW -
HERBICIDE EFFECTS ON DENSITY AND BIOMASS OF RUSSIAN KNAPWEED (ACROPTILON REPENS) AND ASSOCIATED PLANT SPECIES -
Laufenberg, S.M., Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J.S., Borkowski, J. 2005. Herbicide effects on density and biomass of Russian knapweed (acroptilon repens) and associated plant species. Weed Technology. 19(1):62-72.
INCREASING DESIRED SPECIES DIVERSITY DURING REVEGETATION USING SEED SOURCE ISLANDS -
Denny, M.K., Sheley, R.L., Jacobs, J.S., Pokorny, M.L. 2003. Increasing desired species diversity during revegetation using seed source islands [abstract]. 15th Annual International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration, November 19-23, 2003, Austin, Texas. WWW.SER.org/pdf/2003_abstracts_A-L.pdf.
A STEPWISE PROCESS FOR IMPLEMENTING AUGMENTATIVE RESTORATION -
Sheley, R.L., Jacobsen, J. 2003. A stepwise process for implementing augmentative restoration. 15th Annual International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration, November 19-23, 2003, Austin, Texas. WWW.SER.org/pdf/2003_abstracts_A-L.pdf.
INFLUENCE OF CYPHOCLEONUS ACHATES (COLOEPTERA: CIRCULIONIDAE), NITROGEN, AND SUCROSE ON CENTAUREA MACULOSA LAM. (SPOTTED KNAPWEED) -
Brockington, M.R., Sheley, R.L., Jacobsen, J.J., Svejcar, A.J., Jacobs, J.S. 2003. Influence of cyphocleonus achates (coloeptera: circulionidae), nitrogen, and sucrose on centaurea maculosa lam. (spotted knapweed) [abstract]. 15th Annual International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration, November 19-23, 2003, Austin, Texas. WWW.SER.org/pdf/2003_abstracts-A-L.pdf.
USING R* TO QUANTIFY COMPETITION BETWEEN TWO NATIVE SPECIES ON SEMI-ARID, WESTERN RANGELAND -
Krueger-Mangold, J., Sheley, R.L., Svejcar, A.J., Engel, R. 2003. Using r* to quantify competition between two native species on semi-arid, western rangeland. 15th Annual International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration, November 19-23, 2003, Austin, Texas. WWW.SER.org/pdf/2003_abstracts_A-L.pdf.
INCREASING DESIRED SPECIES DIVERISTY DURING REVEGETATION USING SEED SOURCE ISLANDS -
INFLUENCE OF SOIL WATER AVAILABILITY ON COMPETITION AMONG LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA ESULA) AND GRASSES -
Rinella, M.J., Sheley, R.L. 2005. Influence of soil water availability on competition among leafy spurge (euphorbia esula) and grasses. Western North American Naturalist. 65(2):233-241.
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