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Title & Affiliation(s):
- Professor, Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois
- Collaborator, Jornada Basin LTER
- Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, and Campanella A. 2018. Shrub encroachment, productivity pulses, and core-transient dynamics of Chihuahuan Desert rodents. Ecosphere. 9: e02330.
- DaVanon KA, Howard LK, Mabry KE, Schooley RL, and Bestelmeyer BT. 2016. Effects of exurban development on trophic interactions in a desert landscape. Landscape Ecol. 31: 2343-2354.
- Cosentino BJ, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, McCarthy AJ, and Sierzega K. 2015. Rapid genetic restoration of a keystone species exhibiting delayed demographic response. Mol Ecol. 24: 6120-6133.
- Coffman JM, Bestelmeyer BT, Kelly JF, Wright TF, and Schooley RL. 2014. Restoration practices have positive effects on breeding bird species of concern in the Chihuahuan Desert. Restor Ecol. 22:336-344.
- Cosentino BJ, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, Kelly JF, and Coffman JM. 2014. Constraints and time lags for recovery of a keystone species, Dipodomys spectabilis, after landscape restoration. Landscape Ecol. 29: 665-675.
- Associate Editor: Journal of Mammalogy (2017-present); Landscape Ecology (2009-2017)
- Teaching Coordinator: Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois (2012-2016).
- Member: Grant-in-Aid of Research Committee, American Society of Mammalogists (2009-present)
- Research mentor: Undergraduate students in the We Can Program at University of Illinois that trains minority students underrepresented in the STEM fields (2018-present).