Erin Zylstra
Erin Zylstra
Tucson Audubon Society
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Accumulation of wind-dispersed trash in desert environments
ER Zylstra
Journal of Arid Environments 89, 13-15, 2013
Addressing data integration challenges to link ecological processes across scales
EF Zipkin, ER Zylstra, AD Wright, SP Saunders, AO Finley, MC Dietze, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (1), 30-38, 2021
Evaluating survey methods for monitoring a rare vertebrate, the Sonoran desert tortoise
ER Zylstra, RJ Steidl, DE Swann
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (6), 1311-1318, 2010
Changes in climate drive recent monarch butterfly dynamics
ER Zylstra, L Ries, N Neupane, SP Saunders, MI Ramírez, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (10), 1441-1452, 2021
Spatial and temporal variation in survival of a rare reptile: a 22-year study of Sonoran desert tortoises
ER Zylstra, RJ Steidl, CA Jones, RC Averill-Murray
Oecologia 173 (1), 107-116, 2013
Academic ecosystems must evolve to support a sustainable postdoc workforce
M Ålund, N Emery, BJM Jarrett, KJ MacLeod, HF McCreery, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (6), 777-781, 2020
Drought‐mediated extinction of an arid‐land amphibian: insights from a spatially explicit dynamic occupancy model
ER Zylstra, DE Swann, BR Hossack, E Muths, RJ Steidl
Ecological Applications 29 (3), e01859, 2019
Hydrologic variability governs population dynamics of a vulnerable amphibian in an arid environment
ER Zylstra, RJ Steidl, DE Swann, K Ratzlaff
Plos One 10 (6), e0125670, 2015
Accounting for sources of uncertainty when forecasting population responses to climate change
ER Zylstra, EF Zipkin
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (3), 558-561, 2021
Habitat use by Sonoran desert tortoises
ER Zylstra, RJ Steidl
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 747-754, 2009
Multi‐season climate projections forecast declines in migratory monarch butterflies
ER Zylstra, N Neupane, EF Zipkin
Global Change Biology 28 (21), 6135-6151, 2022
A spatially explicit hierarchical model to characterize population viability
SP Campbell, ER Zylstra, CR Darst, RC Averill‐Murray, RJ Steidl
Ecological Applications 28 (8), 2055-2065, 2018
Surface‐water availability governs survival of an amphibian in arid mountain streams
ER Zylstra, DE Swann, RJ Steidl
Freshwater Biology 64 (1), 164-174, 2019
Recruitment of desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii and G. morafkai): a synthesis of reproduction and first-year survival
SP Campbell, RJ Steidl, ER Zylstra
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 10 (2), 583-591, 2015
Field observations of interactions between the desert tortoise and the Gila monster
E Zylstra, J Capps, B Weise
Sonoran Herpetologist 18 (3), 30-31, 2005
Heloderma suspectum (Gila Monster): Probable courtship and mating behavior
ER Zylstra, MT Seward, GW Schuett, RA Repp, DF DeNardo, DD Beck
Herpetological Review 46 (2), 258-259, 2015
A spatially explicit model for density that accounts for availability: A case study with Mojave Desert Tortoises
ER Zylstra, LJ Allison, RC Averill‐Murray, V Landau, NS Pope, RJ Steidl
Ecosphere 14 (3), e4448, 2023
Summary of available data from the monarch overwintering colonies in central Mexico, 1976–1991
ER Zylstra, WE Thogmartin, MI Ramirez, EF Zipkin
Open-File Report, 2021
Demography and population dynamics of amphibians in desert mountain canyons
ER Zylstra
The University of Arizona, 2018
The Bolson Tortoise (Gopherus flavomarginatus): King of the (re-) wild frontier
CR Schwalbe
Sonoran Herpetologist 20 (5), 50, 2007
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