Dean E. Pearson
Dean E. Pearson
Research Ecologist, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDAFS
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Indirect effects of host-specific biological control agents
DE Pearson, RM Callaway
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18 (9), 456-461, 2003
Weak vs. strong invaders of natural plant communities: assessing invasibility and impact
YK Ortega, DE Pearson
Ecological Applications 15 (2), 651-661, 2005
Comparison of proposed survey procedures for detection of forest carnivores
KR Foresman, DE Pearson
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 1217-1226, 1998
Population estimation with sparse data: the role of estimators versus indices revisited
KS McKelvey, DE Pearson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 (10), 1754-1765, 2001
Invasive plant architecture alters trophic interactions by changing predator abundance and behavior
DE Pearson
Oecologia 159 (3), 549-558, 2009
Indirect nontarget effects of host-specific biological control agents: implications for biological control
DE Pearson, RM Callaway
Biological control 35 (3), 288-298, 2005
Transect versus grid trapping arrangements for sampling small-mammal communities
DE Pearson, LF Ruggiero
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 454-459, 2003
Secondary invasion: the bane of weed management
DE Pearson, YK Ortega, JB Runyon, JL Butler
Biological Conservation 197, 8-17, 2016
Non-target effects of an introduced biological control agent on deer mouse ecology
DE Pearson, KS McKelvey, LF Ruggiero
Oecologia 122 (1), 121-128, 2000
Characteristics of American marten den sites in Wyoming
LF Ruggiero, E Pearson, SE Henry
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 663-673, 1998
Non‐target effects of broadleaf herbicide on a native perennial forb: a demographic framework for assessing and minimizing impacts
EE Crone, M Marler, DE Pearson
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (3), 673-682, 2009
Biotic resistance via granivory: establishment by invasive, naturalized, and native asters reflects generalist preference
DE Pearson, RM Callaway, JL Maron
Ecology 92 (9), 1748-1757, 2011
Small‐mammal seed predation limits the recruitment and abundance of two perennial grassland forbs
M Bricker, D Pearson, J Maron
Ecology 91 (1), 85-92, 2010
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
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
Biological control agents elevate hantavirus by subsidizing deer mouse populations
DE Pearson, RM Callaway
Ecology Letters 9 (4), 443-450, 2006
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
Weed‐biocontrol insects reduce native‐plant recruitment through second‐order apparent competition
DE Pearson, RM Callaway
Ecological Applications 18 (6), 1489-1500, 2008
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
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
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