Yvette K Ortega
Yvette K Ortega
Rocky Mountain Research Station
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TitleCited byYear
Weak vs. strong invaders of natural plant communities: assessing invasibility and impact
YK Ortega, DE Pearson
Ecological Applications 15 (2), 651-661, 2005
2122005
Effects of forest roads on habitat quality for ovenbirds in a forested landscape
YK Ortega, DE Capen
The Auk 116 (4), 937-946, 1999
1361999
Landscape location affects genetic variation of Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis)
MK Schwartz, LS Mills, Y Ortega, LF Ruggiero, FW Allendorf
Molecular Ecology 12 (7), 1807-1816, 2003
1172003
Invasion of an exotic forb impacts reproductive success and site fidelity of a migratory songbird
YK Ortega, KS McKelvey, DL Six
Oecologia 149 (2), 340-351, 2006
882006
Seed size and provenance mediate the joint effects of disturbance and seed predation on community assembly
JL Maron, DE Pearson, T Potter, YK Ortega
Journal of Ecology 100 (6), 1492-1500, 2012
752012
Fire and mice: Seed predation moderates fire's influence on conifer recruitment
RŁ Zwolak, DE Pearson, YK Ortega, EE Crone
Ecology 91 (4), 1124-1131, 2010
712010
Roads as edges: effects on birds in forested landscapes
YK Ortega, DE Capen
Forest Science 48 (2), 381-390, 2002
642002
Secondary invasion: the bane of weed management
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, JB Runyon, JL Butler
Biological Conservation 197, 8-17, 2016
612016
Effects of biological control agents and exotic plant invasion on deer mouse populations
YK Ortega, DE Pearson, KS McKelvey
Ecological Applications 14 (1), 241-253, 2004
592004
Managing invasive plants in natural areas: moving beyond weed control
D Pearson, Y Ortega
In: Kingely, Rudolph V., ed. Weeds: Management, Economic Impacts and Biology†…, 2009
442009
Quantifying “apparent” impact and distinguishing impact from invasiveness in multispecies plant invasions
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, ÷ Eren, JL Hierro
Ecological Applications 26 (1), 162-173, 2016
392016
Population‐level compensation impedes biological control of an invasive forb and indirect release of a native grass
YK Ortega, DE Pearson, LP Waller, NJ Sturdevant, JL Maron
Ecology 93 (4), 783-792, 2012
362012
Long-term effects of weed control with picloram along a gradient of spotted knapweed invasion
YK Ortega, DE Pearson
Rangeland Ecology & Management 64 (1), 67-77, 2011
352011
Darwin’s naturalization hypothesis up-close: Intermountain grassland invaders differ morphologically and phenologically from native community dominants
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, SJ Sears
Biological Invasions 14 (4), 901-913, 2012
342012
Community assembly theory as a framework for biological invasions
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, ÷ Eren, JL Hierro
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 33 (5), 313-325, 2018
332018
Small mammal communities and habitat selection in Northern Rocky Mountain bunchgrass: implications for exotic plant invasions
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, KS McKelvey, LF Ruggiero
WSU Press, 2001
322001
Canada lynx habitat and topographic use patterns in north central Washington: A reanalysis [Chapter 10]
KS McKelvey, YK Ortega, GM Koehler, KB Aubry, JD Brittell
In: Ruggiero, Leonard F.; Aubry, Keith B.; Buskirk, Steven W.; Koehler, Gary†…, 2000
322000
Negative plant‐soil feedbacks increase with plant abundance, and are unchanged by competition
JL Maron, A Laney Smith, YK Ortega, DE Pearson, RM Callaway
Ecology 97 (8), 2055-2063, 2016
292016
Effects of Picloram Application on Community Dominants Vary With Initial Levels of Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe) Invasion
YK Ortega, DE Pearson
Invasive Plant Science and Management 3 (1), 70-80, 2010
262010
Mechanisms driving postfire abundance of a generalist mammal
R Zwolak, DE Pearson, YK Ortega, EE Crone
Canadian Journal of Zoology 90 (1), 51-60, 2011
242011
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