[Google Scholar] In Review or Revision Peterson, M.L, G. Bailes, S. Bridgham, L. Hendricks, B. Johnson, L. Pfeifer-Meister, P. Reed, R. K. Shriver, E. Waddle, H. Wroton, D.F. Doak, B. Roy, W.F. Morris. Latitudinal gradients in population growth do not predict demographic responses to climate for three perennial bunchgrasses. In Review.
Pyke, D.A., R.K. Shriver,R,S. Arkle, D.S. Pilliod, C.L. Aldridge, P.S. Coates, M.J. Germino, J.A. Heinrichs, M.A. Ricca, S.E. Shaff. Early structural advantage of planting young container-grown sagebrush over seedings for restoration of greater sage-grouse habitat – considerations for building habitat. In Review.
Doak, D.F., R. Langendorf, A.L. Louthan, E. Waddle, N. Chardon, R. Dibner, D. Keinath, E. Lombardi, C. Steenbock, R.K. Shriver, C. Linares, M.B. Garcia, W.F. Morris, M. Peterson. The strengths and weaknesses of alternative - but not so different - approaches to structured population modeling: a critical comparison of IPM and matrix models. In Revision at Ecological Monographs.
Published O’Connor, R.C., M.J. Germino, D.M. Barnard, C.M. Andrews, J.B. Bradford, D.S. Pilliod, R.S. Arkle, R.K. Shriver. Small-scale water deficits after wildfires create long-lasting ecological impacts. In Press at Environmental Research Letters. [Link]
Massatti,R., R.K. Shriver, D. Winkler, B. Richardson, J.B. Bradford. Assessment of population genetics and climatic variability can refine climate-informed seed transfer guidelines. In Press at Restoration Ecology. [Link]
Shriver, R.K., C.A. Andrews, R.S. Arkle, D.M. Barnard, M.C. Duniway, M.J. Germino, D.S. Pilliod, D.A. Pyke, J.L. Welty, J.B. Bradford. Transient population dynamics impede restoration and may promote ecosystem transformation after disturbance. Ecology Letters 22: 1357:1366[Link]
Tomasek, B.J., L.T. Burghardt, R.K. Shriver. Filling in the gaps in survival analysis: Using interval-censored field data to infer time-varying survival in response to changing environments. Ecology, 100 (10) [Link]
Barnard, D.M., M.J. Germino, R.S. Arkle, J.B Bradford, M.C. Duniway, D.S. Pilliod, D.A. Pyke, R.K. Shriver, J.L. Welty. Soil Characteristics are associated with the recovery of big sagebrush canopy structure after disturbance Ecosphere 10 [Link]
Shriver, R.K., C.M. Andrews, D.S. Pilliod, R.S. Arkle, J.L. Welty, M.J. Germino, M.C. Duniway, D.A. Pyke, J.B. Bradford. Adapting management to a changing world: Warm temperatures, dry soil, and inter-annual variability limit restoration success of a dominant woody shrub in temperate drylands. Global Change Biology 24: 4972-4982 [Link]
Shriver, R.K.(2017) Rainfall variability and fine-scale life history tradeoffs help drive niche partitioning in a desert annual plant community. Ecology Letters 20: 1231-1241. [Link]
Coverdale, T.C., T.R. Kartzinel, K. Grabowski, R.K. Shriver, A. Hassan, J.R. Goheen, T.M. Palmer, R.M. Pringle. (2016) Elephants in the understory: opposing direct and indirect effects of consumption and ecosystem engineering. Ecology97: 3219-3230. Link
Shriver, R.K. (2016)Quantifying how short-term environmental variation leads to long-term demographic responses to climate change. Journal of Ecology [Link]
Shriver, R.K., K. Cutler, D.F. Doak. (2012) Comparative demography of an epiphytic lichen: support for general life history patterns and solutions to common problems in demographic parameter estimation. Oecologia 170:137-146 [Link]
Shriver, R.K., and T.A. Minckley. (2012).Late-Holocene response of limber pine (Pinus flexilis) forests to disturbance, in the Pine Forest Range, Nevada. Quaternary Research 78: 465-473. [Link]
Minckley, T.A., R.K. Shriver, B. Shuman. (2012) Resilience and regime change in a southern Rocky Mountain ecosystem during the past 17000 years. Ecological Monographs 82: 49-68. [Link]
Minckley, T.A., and R. K. Shriver. (2011) Vegetation response to different fire-types in a Rocky Mountain forest. Journal of Fire Ecology 7: 66-80. [Link]