• Smith, J.T., J.D. Tack, K.E. Doherty, B.W Allred, J.D. Maestas, L.I. Berkeley, S. Dettenmaier, T.A. Messmer, D.E. Naugle. In Press. Phenology largely explains taller grass at successful nests in greater sage-grouse. Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1002/ece3.3679 web pdf

  • Powell, J. B. Martin, V.J. Drietz, and B.W Allred. 2018. Grazing preferences and vegetation feedbacks of the fire-grazing interaction in the Northern Great Plains. Rangeland Ecology and Management 71:45-52. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2017.09.003 web


  • Robinson, N.P., B.W Allred, M.O. Jones, A. Moreno, J.S. Kimball, D.E. Naugle, T.A. Erickson, and A.D. Richardson. 2017. A dynamic Landsat derived normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) product for the conterminous United States. Remote Sensing 9:863. doi: 10.3390/rs9080863 web pdf

  • Reinhardt, J.R., D.E. Naugle, J.D. Maestas, B.W Allred, J. Evans, and M. Falkowski. 2017. Next-generation restoration for sage-grouse: a framework for visualizing local conifer cuts within a landscape context. Ecosphere 8:e01888. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1888 web pdf

  • Donnelly, J.P., J.D. Tack, K.E. Doherty, D.E. Naugle, B.W Allred, and V.J. Dreitz. 2017. Extending conifer removal and landscape protection strategies from sage-grouse to songbirds, a range-wide assessment. Rangeland Ecology & Management 70:95-105. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2016.10.009 web pdf


  • Scasta, J.D., E.T. Thacker, T.J. Hovick, D.M. Engle, B.W Allred, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and J.R. Weir. 2016. Patch-burn grazing (PBG) as a livestock management alternative for fire-prone ecosystems of North America. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 31:550-567. doi: 10.1017/S1742170515000411 web pdf

  • Hovick, T.J., B.W Allred, D.A. McGranahan, M.W. Palmer, R.D. Elmore, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2016. Informing conservation by identifying range shift patterns across breeding habitats and migration strategies. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:345-356. doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1053-6 web pdf

  • West, A.L., C.B. Zou, E. Stebler, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and B.W Allred. 2016. Pyric-herbivory and hydrological responses in tallgrass prairie. Rangeland Ecology and Management 69:20-27. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2015.10.004 web pdf


  • Hovick, T.J., B.W Allred, R.D. Elmore, S.D. Fuhlendorf, R.G. Hamilton, and A. Breland. 2015. Dynamic disturbance processes create dynamic lek site selection in a prairie grouse. PloS one 10:e0137882. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0137882 web pdf

  • Winter, S.L., B.W Allred, K.R. Hickman, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2015. Tallgrass prairie vegetation responses to spring fires and bison grazing. The Southwestern Naturalist 60:30-35. doi: 10.1894/FMO-19.1 web pdf

  • Allred, B.W, W.K. Smith, D. Twidwell, J.H. Haggerty, S.W. Running, D.E. Naugle, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2015. Ecosystem services lost to oil and gas in North America. Science 348:401–402 doi: 10.1126/science.aaa4785 web pdf


  • Allred, B.W, D. Twidwell, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2014. The interaction of climate change, land cover, and political representation in the USA. Ecosphere 5:159 doi: 10.1890/ES14-00220.1 web pdf

  • Twidwell, D., B.W. Allred, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2014. Summary of a national-scale assessment of the Ecological Site Description (ESD) database. Rangelands 36:13–17 doi: 10.2111/Rangelands-D-14-00029.1 web pdf

  • Allred, B.W, J.D. Scasta, T.J. Hovick, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and R.G. Hamilton. 2014. Spatial heterogeneity stabilizes livestock productivity in a changing climate. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 193:37-41 doi: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.04.020 web pdf

  • Hovick, T.J., R.D. Elmore, B.W Allred, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and D.K. Dahlgren. 2014. Landscapes as a moderator of thermal extremes: a case study from an imperiled grouse. Ecosphere 5:art35 doi: 10.1890/ES13-00340.1 web pdf


  • Twidwell, D., B.W Allred, and S.D. Fuhlendorf. 2013. National-scale assessment of ecological content in the world’s largest land management framework. Ecosphere 4:art94 doi: 10.1890/ES13-00124.1 web pdf

  • Allred, B.W, S.D. Fuhlendorf, T.J. Hovick, R.D. Elmore, D.M. Engle, and A. Joern. 2013. Conservation implications of native and introduced ungulates in a changing climate. Global Change Biology 19:1875-1883 doi: 10.1111/gcb.12183 web pdf


  • Allred, B.W, S.D. Fuhlendorf, F.E. Smeins, and C.A. Taylor. 2012. Herbivore species and grazing intensity regulate community composition and an encroaching woody plant in semi-arid rangeland. Basic and Applied Ecology 13:149-158 doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2012.02.007 web pdf


  • Allred, B.W, S.D. Fuhlendorf, D.M. Engle, and R.D. Elmore. 2011. Ungulate preference for burned patches reveals strength of fire-grazing interaction. Ecology and Evolution 1:132-144 doi: 10.1002/ece3.12 web pdf

  • Allred, B.W, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and R.G. Hamilton. 2011. The role of herbivores in Great Plains conservation: comparative ecology of bison and cattle. Ecosphere 2:art26 doi: 10.1890/ES10-00152.1 web pdf


  • Allred, B.W, S.D. Fuhlendorf, T.A. Monaco, and R.E. Will. 2010. Morphological and physiological traits in the success of the invasive plant Lespedeza cuneata. Biological Invasions 12:739-749 doi: 10.1007/s10530-009-9476-6 web pdf


  • Allred, B.W and K.A. Snyder. 2008. Ecophysiological responses of Chihuahuan desert grasses to fire. Journal of Arid Environments 72:1989-1996 doi: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2008.06.008 web pdf