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Theodore Scott Schrader
Range Management Research
Physical Scientist

Phone: (575) 646-5180
Fax: (575) 646-5889
Room 158

2995 KNOX STREET
LAS CRUCES , NM 88003


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Simulated impact of climate change on hydrology of multiple watersheds using traditional and recommended snowmelt runoff model methodology -
Elias, E., Rango, A., Steele, C., Mejia, J., Baca, R., James, D.K., Schrader, T.S. 2014. Simulated impact of climate change on hydrology of multiple watersheds using traditional and recommended snowmelt runoff model methodology [abstract]. American Geophysical Union 2014 Fall Meeting. December 15-19, 2014. San Francisco, CA.
Calculating foraging area using gloal navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology Reprint Icon -
Anderson, D.M., Estell, R.E., Schrader, T.S. 2014. Calculating foraging area using gloal navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology. Rangelands. 36(6):31-35.
Predicting risk of invasive species occurrence - remote-sesning strategies -
Young, K., Schrader, T.S. 2014. Predicting risk of invasive species occurrence - remote-sesning strategies. Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5162 Early Detection of Invasive Plants-Principles and Practices p. 59-77.
Spatial distribution and risk assessment of Johnsongrass (sorghum halepense) in Big Bend National Park, Texas -
Young, K., Schrader, T.S. 2014. Spatial distribution and risk assessment of Johnsongrass (sorghum halepense) in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5162. Early Detection of Invasive Plants-Principles and Practices p. 161-168.
The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Reprint Icon -
Estell, R.E., Havstad, K.M., Cibils, A., Anderson, D.M., Schrader, T.S. 2014. The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Rangelands. 36(2):25-31.
Estimating suitable environments for invasive plant species across large landscapes: A remote sensing strategy using Landsat 7 ETM+ Reprint Icon -
Young, K., Abbott, L., Caldwell, C., Schrader, T.S. 2013. Estimating suitable environments for invasive plant species across large landscapes: A remote sensing strategy using Landsat 7 ETM+. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation. 5(3):122-134.
Livestock production in a world with less grass -
Havstad, K.M., Estell, R.E., Anderson, D.M., Schrader, T.S., James, D.K., Cibils, A.F. 2012. Livestock production in a world with less grass [abstract]. 17th Wildland Shrub Symposium, May 22-24, 2012, Las Cruces, New Mexico. p. 19-20.
Increasing shrub use by livestock in a world with less grass Reprint Icon -
Estell, R.E., Havstad, K.M., Cibils, A.F., Fredrickson, E.L., Anderson, D.M., Schrader, T.S., James, D.K. 2012. Increasing shrub use by livestock in a world with less grass. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:553-562.
A technique for estimating rangeland canopy-gap size distributions from high resolution digital imagery -
Karl, J.W., Duniway, M.C., Schrader, T.S. 2012. A technique for estimating rangeland canopy-gap size distributions from high resolution digital imagery [abstract]. Society for Range Management 65th Annual Meeting, January 29-February 3, 2012, Spokane, Washington. p. 0255.
Rangeland and pasture monitoring: An approach to interpretation of high-resolution imagery focused on observer calibration for repeatability Reprint Icon -
Duniway, M., Karl, J.W., Schrader, T.S., Baquera, N., Herrick, J.E. 2012. Rangeland and pasture monitoring: An approach to interpretation of high-resolution imagery focused on observer calibration for repeatability. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184(6):3789-3804.
Image interpreter tool: An ArcGIS tool for estimating vegetation cover from high-resolution imagery Reprint Icon -
Schrader, T.S., Duniway, M.C. 2011. Image interpreter tool: An ArcGIS tool for estimating vegetation cover from high-resolution imagery. Rangelands. 33(4):35-40.
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