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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.)
Contributions of hydrology to Vesicular Stomatitis Virus emergence in the western United States -
Elias, E.H., McVey, D.S., Peters, D.C., Derner, J.D., Pelzel-McCluskey, A., Schrader, T.S., Rodriguez, L.L. 2018. Contributions of hydrology to Vesicular Stomatitis Virus emergence in the western United States. Ecosystems. 22:416-433. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-018-0278-5.
An integrated view of complex landscapes: A big data-model integration approach to transdisciplinary science -
Peters, D.C., Burruss, N., Rodriguez, L.L., McVey, D.S., Elias, E.H., Pelzel-McCluskey, A.M., Derner, J.D., Schrader, T.S., Yao, J., Pauszek, S.J., Lombard, J., Archer, S.R., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Browning, D.M., Brungard, C., Hatfield, J.L., Hanan, N.P., Herrick, J.E., Okin, G.S., Sala, O.E., Savoy, H., Vivoni, E.R. 2018. An integrated view of complex landscapes: A big data-model integration approach to transdisciplinary science. Bioscience. 68:653-669. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biy069.
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.