Ethan Yackulic

Ethan Yackulic
Northern Arizona University | NAU · Informatics

Master of Science

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Characterizing variation in plant functional traits is often key to understanding community level processes and predicting ecosystem responses to environmental change. Trait‐based ecology has focused on interspecific trait variation, but sources and consequences of within‐species ontogenetic trait variation, particularly during early stages of deve...
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Restoration and rehabilitation are globally implemented to improve ecosystem condition but often without tracking treatment expenditures relative to ecological outcomes. We evaluated the cost‐effectiveness of widely‐conducted woody plant and herbaceous invasive plant removals and seeding treatments in drylands of the western USA from 2004 – 2018 to...
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Learning how terrestrial environments responded to past temperature and precipitation variations can help anticipate how these environments will respond to natural climate variability upon which human induced climate change is superimposed. Here we present a detailed multi-proxy analysis of a sediment core from Emerald Lake, located at the montane-...
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The New England landscape has undergone significant changes since the arrival of European settlers. Variations in the accumulation of allochthonous and autochthonous sediment in lakes provides a unique opportunity to evaluate the response and recovery of a lake and its watershed to human disturbances in comparison with long-term natural variability...

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