Julie Heinrichs
Julie Heinrichs
Research Scientist/PI, Colorado State University
Verified email at colostate.edu
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Assessing critical habitat: evaluating the relative contribution of habitats to population persistence
JA Heinrichs, DJ Bender, DL Gummer, NH Schumaker
Biological Conservation 143 (9), 2229-2237, 2010
Mapping sources, sinks, and connectivity using a simulation model of northern spotted owls
NH Schumaker, A Brookes, JR Dunk, B Woodbridge, JA Heinrichs, ...
Landscape Ecology 29 (4), 579-592, 2014
Habitat degradation and loss as key drivers of regional population extinction
JA Heinrichs, DJ Bender, NH Schumaker
Ecological Modelling 335, 64-73, 2016
Climate-induced range overlap among closely related species
M Krosby, CB Wilsey, JL McGuire, JM Duggan, TM Nogeire, JA Heinrichs, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (9), 883-886, 2015
Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of source-sink dynamics
JA Heinrichs, JJ Lawler, NH Schumaker
Ecology and Evolution 6 (4), 892-904, 2016
Divergence in sink contributions to population persistence
JA Heinrichs, JJ Lawler, NH Schumaker, CB Wilsey, DJ Bender
Conservation Biology 29 (6), 1674-1683, 2015
Effects of landscape and patch-level attributes on regional population persistence
JA Heinrichs, DJ Bender, DL Gummer, NH Schumaker
Journal for Nature Conservation 26, 56-64, 2015
Occurrence-based Habitat Model for the Ord's Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys Ordii) in Alberta
Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. Fish and Wildlife Division
Government of Alberta, 2010
Using dynamic population simulations to extend resource selection analyses and prioritize habitats for conservation
JA Heinrichs, CL Aldridge, MS O’Donnell, NH Schumaker
Ecological Modelling 359, 449-459, 2017
A multispecies test of source–sink indicators to prioritize habitat for declining populations
JA Heinrichs, JJ Lawler, NH Schumaker, CB Wilsey, KC Monroe, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 648-659, 2018
Influences of potential oil and gas development and future climate on Sage-grouse declines and redistribution
JA Heinrichs, M O'Donnell, CL Aldridge, SL Garman, CG Homer
Ecological Applications 29 (6), e01912, 2019
Prioritizing actions for the recovery of endangered species: emergent insights from Greater Sage-grouse simulation modeling
JA Heinrichs, CL Aldridge, DL Gummer, AP Monroe, NH Schumaker
Biological Conservation 218, 134-143, 2018
Assessing source-sink stability in the context of management and land-use change.
JA Heinrichs, JJ Lawler, NH Schumaker, LE Walker, DA Cimprich, ...
Landscape Ecology 34 (2), 2019
Optimizing the use of endangered species in multi-population collection, captive breeding and release programs
JA Heinrichs, DT McKinnon, CL Aldridge, A Moehrenschlager
Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00558, 2019
Postfire growth of seeded and planted big sagebrush—strategic designs for restoring greater sage‐grouse nesting habitat
DA Pyke, RK Shriver, RS Arkle, DS Pilliod, CL Aldridge, PS Coates, ...
Restoration Ecology 28 (6), 1495-1504, 2020
Recent Advances and Current Challenges in Applying Source-Sink Theory to Species Conservation
JA Heinrichs, LE Walker, JJ Lawler, NH Schumaker, KC Monroe, ...
Current Landscape Ecology Reports 4, 51–60, 2019
Roles for scientific societies to engage with conservation policy.
SE Reed, SL Thomas, AT Bednarek, DA DellaSala, MC Evans, ...
Conservation biology: the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology 32 …, 2018
A critical habitat model for the Ord’s kangaroo rat, Dipodomys ordii
J Heinrichs, R Dzenkiw, D Bender, D Gummer
Alberta, rapport de recherche préparé pour Environnement Canada, University …, 2008
Synthesizing and analyzing long-term monitoring data: A greater sage-grouse case study
MS O'Donnell, DR Edmunds, CL Aldridge, JA Heinrichs, AP Monroe, ...
Ecological Informatics, 101327, 2021
Designing multi‐scale hierarchical monitoring frameworks for wildlife to support management: a sage‐grouse case study
MS O'Donnell, DR Edmunds, CL Aldridge, JA Heinrichs, PS Coates, ...
Ecosphere 10 (9), e02872, 2019
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