John Fay
John Fay
Lecturing Fellow, Data Analytics Program
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The influence of catchment land use on stream integrity across multiple spatial scales
D Allan, D Erickson, J Fay
Freshwater biology 37 (1), 149-161, 1997
The area requirements of an ecosystem service: crop pollination by native bee communities in California
C Kremen, NM Williams, RL Bugg, JP Fay, RW Thorp
Ecology letters 7 (11), 1109-1119, 2004
Climate change, elevational range shifts, and bird extinctions
CH Sekercioglu, SH Schneider, JP Fay, SR Loarie
Conservation biology 22 (1), 140-150, 2008
Countryside biogeography of moths in a fragmented landscape: biodiversity in native and agricultural habitats
TH Ricketts, GC Daily, PR Ehrlich, JP Fay
Conservation biology, 378-388, 2001
Economic incentives for rain forest conservation across scales
C Kremen, JO Niles, MG Dalton, GC Daily, PR Ehrlich, JP Fay, D Grewal, ...
Science 288 (5472), 1828-1832, 2000
Global mammal conservation: what must we manage?
G Ceballos, PR Ehrlich, J Soberón, I Salazar, JP Fay
Science 309 (5734), 603-607, 2005
Potential carbon mitigation and income in developing countries from changes in use and management of agricultural and forest lands
JO Niles, S Brown, J Pretty, AS Ball, J Fay
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2002
How many mountains can we mine? Assessing the regional degradation of central Appalachian rivers by surface coal mining
ES Bernhardt, BD Lutz, RS King, JP Fay, CE Carter, AM Helton, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (15), 8115-8122, 2012
Linking spatial patterns of bird and butterfly species richness with Landsat TM derived NDVI
KC Seto, E Fleishman, JP Fay, CJ Betrus
International journal of remote sensing 25 (20), 4309-4324, 2004
Using indicator species to predict species richness of multiple taxonomic groups
E Fleishman, JR Thomson, R Mac Nally, DD Murphy, JP Fay
Conservation biology 19 (4), 1125-1137, 2005
Modeling and predicting species occurrence using broad‐scale environmental variables: an example with butterflies of the Great Basin
E Fleishman, RM Nally, JP Fay, DD Murphy
Conservation biology 15 (6), 1674-1685, 2001
Protecting ecosystem services and biodiversity in the world's watersheds
GW Luck, K Chan, JP Fay
Conservation Letters 2 (4), 179-188, 2009
A quantitative analysis of forest fragmentation in Los Tuxtlas, southeast Mexico: patterns and implications for conservation
E Mendoza, J Fay, R Dirzo
Revista chilena de historia natural 78 (3), 451-467, 2005
Validation tests of predictive models of butterfly occurrence based on environmental variables
E Fleishman, RM Nally, JP Fay
Conservation biology 17 (3), 806-817, 2003
Upsides and downsides: contrasting topographic gradients in species richness and associated scenarios for climate change
E Fleishman, JP Fay, DD Murphy
Journal of Biogeography 27 (5), 1209-1219, 2000
Modelling butterfly species richness using mesoscale environmental variables: model construction and validation for mountain ranges in the Great Basin of western North America
R Mac Nally, E Fleishman, JP Fay, DD Murphy
Biological Conservation 110 (1), 21-31, 2003
Conservation priorities in the greater Calakmul region, México: correcting the consequences of a congenital illness
C Galindo-Leal, JP Fay, S Weiss, B Sandler
Natural Areas Journal 20 (4), 376-380, 2000
Applications of nestedness analyses to biodiversity conservation in developing landscapes
E Fleishman, R Donnelly, JP Fay, R Reeves
Landscape and Urban Planning 81 (4), 271-281, 2007
Integrating physical and economic data into experimental water accounts for the United States: Lessons and opportunities
KJ Bagstad, ZH Ancona, J Hass, PD Glynn, S Wentland, M Vardon, J Fay
Ecosystem Services 45, 101182, 2020
Delayed population explosion of an introduced butterfly.
CL Boggs, CE Holdren, IG Kulahci, TC Bonebrake, BD Inouye, JP Fay, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (2), 2006
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