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Helen Sofaer
Helen Sofaer
Research Ecologist at USGS
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Development and delivery of species distribution models to inform decision-making
HR Sofaer, CS Jarnevich, IS Pearse, RL Smyth, S Auer, GL Cook, ...
BioScience 69 (7), 544-557, 2019
1162019
The area under the precision‐recall curve as a performance metric for rare binary events
HR Sofaer, JA Hoeting, CS Jarnevich
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 565-577, 2019
782019
Advantages of nonlinear mixed models for fitting avian growth curves
HR Sofaer, PL Chapman, TS Sillett, CK Ghalambor
Journal of Avian Biology 44 (5), 469-478, 2013
702013
Fear, food and sexual ornamentation: plasticity of colour development in Trinidadian guppies
EW Ruell, CA Handelsman, CL Hawkins, HR Sofaer, CK Ghalambor, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1758), 20122019, 2013
702013
Projected wetland densities under climate change: habitat loss but little geographic shift in conservation strategy
HR Sofaer, SK Skagen, JJ Barsugli, BS Rashford, GC Reese, JA Hoeting, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1677-1692, 2016
542016
The relationship between invader abundance and impact
HR Sofaer, CS Jarnevich, IS Pearse
Ecosphere 9 (9), e02415, 2018
482018
Differential effects of food availability and nest predation risk on avian reproductive strategies
HR Sofaer, TS Sillett, SI Peluc, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor
Behavioral Ecology 24 (3), 698-707, 2013
482013
Misleading prioritizations from modelling range shifts under climate change
HR Sofaer, CS Jarnevich, CH Flather
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (6), 658-666, 2018
362018
Designing ecological climate change impact assessments to reflect key climatic drivers
HR Sofaer, JJ Barsugli, CS Jarnevich, JT Abatzoglou, MK Talbert, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (7), 2537-2553, 2017
282017
Projecting species’ vulnerability to climate change: which uncertainty sources matter most and extrapolate best?
V Steen, HR Sofaer, SK Skagen, AJ Ray, BR Noon
Ecology and Evolution 7 (21), 8841-8851, 2017
222017
Partitioning the sources of demographic variation reveals density‐dependent nest predation in an island bird population
HR Sofaer, TS Sillett, KM Langin, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor
Ecology and evolution 4 (13), 2738-2748, 2014
192014
Reproductive consequences of an extreme drought for orange-crowned warblers on Santa Catalina and Santa Cruz Islands.
KM Langin, TS Sillett, J Yoon, HR Sofaer, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor
Proceedings of the Seventh California Islands Symposium, 2009
172009
Management foundations for navigating ecological transformation by resisting, accepting, or directing social–ecological change
DR Magness, L Hoang, RT Belote, J Brennan, W Carr, F Stuart Chapin III, ...
BioScience 72 (1), 30-44, 2022
162022
Non‐native plants have greater impacts because of differing per‐capita effects and nonlinear abundance–impact curves
IS Pearse, HR Sofaer, DN Zaya, G Spyreas
Ecology Letters 22 (8), 1214-1220, 2019
162019
The relationship between female brooding and male nestling provisioning: does climate underlie geographic variation in sex roles?
J Yoon, HR Sofaer, TS Sillett, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (2), 220-228, 2017
162017
The relationship between invader abundance and impact. Ecosphere 9: e02415
HR Sofaer, CS Jarnevich, IS Pearse
152018
A science agenda to inform natural resource management decisions in an era of ecological transformation
SD Crausbay, HR Sofaer, AE Cravens, BC Chaffin, KR Clifford, JE Gross, ...
BioScience 72 (1), 71-90, 2022
132022
Offspring growth and mobility in response to variation in parental care: a comparison between populations
HR Sofaer, TS Sillett, J Yoon, ML Power, SA Morrison, CK Ghalambor
Journal of Avian Biology 49 (5), jav-01646, 2018
132018
A modeling workflow that balances automation and human intervention to inform invasive plant management decisions at multiple spatial scales
NE Young, CS Jarnevich, HR Sofaer, I Pearse, J Sullivan, P Engelstad, ...
PLoS One 15 (3), e0229253, 2020
102020
Accounting for sampling patterns reverses the relative importance of trade and climate for the global sharing of exotic plants
HR Sofaer, CS Jarnevich
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (6), 669-678, 2017
72017
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