Paul H Evangelista
Paul H Evangelista
Research Scientist, Assistant Professor
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A survival guide to Landsat preprocessing
NE Young, RS Anderson, SM Chignell, AG Vorster, R Lawrence, ...
Ecology 98 (4), 920-932, 2017
Modelling invasion for a habitat generalist and a specialist plant species
PH Evangelista, S Kumar, TJ Stohlgren, CS Jarnevich, AW Crall, ...
Diversity and distributions 14 (5), 808-817, 2008
Scale and plant invasions: a theory of biotic acceptance.
TJ Stohlgren, C Jarnevich, GW Chong, PH Evangelista
Plant use in odo-bulu and demaro, Bale region, Ethiopia
RW Bussmann, P Swartzinsky, A Worede, P Evangelista
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 7, 1-21, 2011
A MaxEnt model v3. 3.3 e tutorial (ArcGIS v10)
N Young, L Carter, P Evangelista
Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University and the …, 2011
Non-destructive aboveground biomass estimation of coniferous trees using terrestrial LiDAR
AEL Stovall, AG Vorster, RS Anderson, PH Evangelista, HH Shugart
Remote Sensing of Environment 200, 31-42, 2017
Mapping Invasive Tamarisk (Tamarix): A Comparison of Single-Scene and Time-Series Analyses of Remotely Sensed Data
PH Evangelista, TJ Stohlgren, JT Morisette, S Kumar
Remote Sensing 1 (3), 519-533, 2009
Assessing forest vulnerability and the potential distribution of pine beetles under current and future climate scenarios in the Interior West of the US
PH Evangelista, S Kumar, TJ Stohlgren, NE Young
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (3), 307-316, 2011
Using district-level occurrences in MaxEnt for predicting the invasion potential of an exotic insect pest in India
S Kumar, J Graham, AM West, PH Evangelista
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 103, 55-62, 2014
How will climate change spatially affect agriculture production in Ethiopia? Case studies of important cereal crops
P Evangelista, N Young, J Burnett
Climatic change 119, 855-873, 2013
Mapping current and potential distribution of non-native Prosopis juliflora in the Afar region of Ethiopia
TT Wakie, PH Evangelista, CS Jarnevich, M Laituri
PloS one 9 (11), e112854, 2014
Local knowledge of plants and their uses among women in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia
MW Luizza, H Young, C Kuroiwa, P Evangelista, A Worede, R Bussmann, ...
Ethnobotany Research and Applications 11, 315-339, 2013
Invasive species and coal bed methane development in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
E Bergquist, P Evangelista, TJ Stohlgren, N Alley
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 128, 381-394, 2007
Variability and uncertainty in forest biomass estimates from the tree to landscape scale: the role of allometric equations
AG Vorster, PH Evangelista, AEL Stovall, S Ex
Carbon Balance and Management 15, 1-20, 2020
Patterns of plant species richness, rarity, endemism, and uniqueness in an arid landscape
TJ Stohlgren, DA Guenther, PH Evangelista, N Alley
Ecological Applications 15 (2), 715-725, 2005
Soil characteristics and plant exotic species invasions in the Grand Staircase—Escalante National Monument, Utah, USA
M Bashkin, TJ Stohlgren, Y Otsuki, M Lee, P Evangelista, J Belnap
Applied Soil Ecology 22 (1), 67-77, 2003
Assessing the distribution and impacts of Prosopis juliflora through participatory approaches
TT Wakie, M Laituri, PH Evangelista
Applied geography 66, 132-143, 2016
Multi-temporal independent component analysis and Landsat 8 for delineating maximum extent of the 2013 Colorado front range flood
SM Chignell, RS Anderson, PH Evangelista, MJ Laituri, DM Merritt
Remote Sensing 7 (8), 9822-9843, 2015
A habitat overlap analysis derived from maxent for tamarisk and the south-western willow flycatcher
P York, P Evangelista, S Kumar, J Graham, C Flather, T Stohlgren
Frontiers of Earth Science 5, 120-129, 2011
Predicting habitat suitability for the endemic mountain nyala (Tragelaphus buxtoni) in Ethiopia
PH Evangelista, J Norman, L Berhanu, S Kumar, N Alley
Wildlife Research 35 (5), 409-416, 2008
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