Image Publication Title Journal Year published GEM3 author(s)
Predicting fine-scale forage distribution to inform ungulate nutrition Ecological Informatics 2020 Travis McCarley, Jocelyn Aycrigg, Tracey Johnson
Development of an In Vitro Method of Propagation for Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata to Support Genome Sequencing and Genotype-by-Environment Research Plants 2020 Rachael Barron, Peggy Martinez, Sven Buerki
A map of the Lakes Region with field sites circled in red. Moving Beyond Co-Management: Opportunities and Limitations for Enabling Transitions to Polycentric Governance in Chile's Territorial User Rights in Fisheries Policy International Journal of the Commons 2020 Sarah Ebel
Digitization 1.0 and 2.0 Digitization and the Future of Natural History Collections BioScience 2020 Kathryn Turner
Predicted below-ground zone of influence of Artemisia tridentata Intraspecific variation in surface water uptake in a perennial desert shrub Functional Ecology 2020 Andrii Zaiats, Matthew Germino, Bryce Richardson, Sven Buerki, Trevor Caughlin
Unmanned aerial system orthomosaics Mapping foodscapes and sagebrush morphotypes with unmanned aerial systems for multiple herbivores Landscape Ecology 2020 Peter Olsoy, Jennifer Forbey, Janet Rachlow Witham, Brecken Robb
Winter foraging ecology of Greater Sage-Grouse in a post-fire landscape Journal of Arid Environments 2020 Jennifer Forbey
Land use/Cover maps Quantifying the relationship between streamflow and climate change in a small basin under future scenarios. Ecological Indicators 2020 Hui Wang
Fig 1 Integrating anthropogenic factors into regional‐scale species distribution models—A novel application in the imperiled sagebrush biome Global Change Biology 2019 Trevor Caughlin
Inter- and intra-specific population genomic analyses of sage-grouse based on whole-genome resequencing. Conservation Genomics in the Sagebrush Sea: Population Divergence, Demographic History, and Local Adaptation in Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus spp.) Genome Biology and Evolution 2019 Jennifer Forbey
Disappearing fungus promo image Why is the world’s most expensive fungus disappearing? Environmental Science Journal for Teens 2019 Kelly Hopping