David Pilliod
David Pilliod
US Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei usgs.gov
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Critical considerations for the application of environmental DNA methods to detect aquatic species
CS Goldberg, CR Turner, K Deiner, KE Klymus, PF Thomsen, MA Murphy, ...
Methods in ecology and evolution 7 (11), 1299-1307, 2016
5422016
Estimating occupancy and abundance of stream amphibians using environmental DNA from filtered water samples
DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg, RS Arkle, LP Waits
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (8), 1123-1130, 2013
4962013
Molecular detection of vertebrates in stream water: a demonstration using Rocky Mountain tailed frogs and Idaho giant salamanders
CS Goldberg, DS Pilliod, RS Arkle, LP Waits
PloS one 6 (7), e22746, 2011
4792011
Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape
WC Funk, MS Blouin, PS Corn, BA Maxell, DS Pilliod, S Amish, ...
Molecular ecology 14 (2), 483-496, 2005
4212005
Factors influencing detection of eDNA from a stream‐dwelling amphibian
DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg, RS Arkle, LP Waits
Molecular Ecology Resources 14 (1), 109-116, 2014
4022014
Fire and amphibians in North America
DS Pilliod, RB Bury, EJ Hyde, CA Pearl, PS Corn
Forest ecology and management 178 (1-2), 163-181, 2003
2362003
Characterizing the distribution of an endangered salmonid using environmental DNA analysis
MB Laramie, DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg
Biological Conservation 183, 29-37, 2015
2262015
Moving environmental DNA methods from concept to practice for monitoring aquatic macroorganisms
CS Goldberg, KM Strickler, DS Pilliod
Biological Conservation 183, 1-3, 2015
2242015
Landscape genetics of high mountain frog metapopulations
MA Murphy, R Dezzani, DS Pilliod, A Storfer
Molecular ecology 19 (17), 3634-3649, 2010
2042010
Local and landscape effects of introduced trout on amphibians in historically fishless watersheds
DS Pilliod, CR Peterson
Ecosystems 4 (4), 322-333, 2001
1952001
Quantitative evidence for the effects of multiple drivers on continental-scale amphibian declines
EHC Grant, DAW Miller, BR Schmidt, MJ Adams, SM Amburgey, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
1872016
Long‐term effects of seeding after wildfire on vegetation in Great Basin shrubland ecosystems
KC Knutson, DA Pyke, TA Wirth, RS Arkle, DS Pilliod, ML Brooks, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (5), 1414-1424, 2014
1772014
Seasonal migration of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) among complementary resources in a high mountain basin
DS Pilliod, CR Peterson, PI Ritson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 80 (11), 1849-1862, 2002
1632002
Effects of amphibian chytrid fungus on individual survival probability in wild boreal toads
DS Pilliod, E Muths, RD Scherer, PE Bartelt, PS Corn, BR Hossack, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (5), 1259-1267, 2010
1372010
Assessing the consequences of nonnative trout in headwater ecosystems in western North America
JB Dunham, DS Pilliod, MK Young
Fisheries 29 (6), 18-26, 2004
1282004
Distribution and environmental limitations of an amphibian pathogen in the Rocky Mountains, USA
E Muths, DS Pilliod, LJ Livo
Biological Conservation 141 (6), 1484-1492, 2008
1252008
Compensatory effects of recruitment and survival when amphibian populations are perturbed by disease
E Muths, RD Scherer, DS Pilliod
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (4), 873-879, 2011
1062011
Prescribed fires as ecological surrogates for wildfires: a stream and riparian perspective
RS Arkle, DS Pilliod
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (5), 893-903, 2010
1022010
Quantifying restoration effectiveness using multi‐scale habitat models: implications for sage‐grouse in the Great Basin
RS Arkle, DS Pilliod, SE Hanser, ML Brooks, JC Chambers, JB Grace, ...
Ecosphere 5 (3), 1-32, 2014
1002014
Tongue-tied: Confused meanings for common fire terminology can lead to fuels mismanagement
DS Jain, Theresa B, Graham, Russell T, Pilliod
Wildfire, 22-26, 2004
100*2004
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