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David Pilliod

  • PhD
  • Supervisory Research Ecologist
  • US Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center
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Research interests

Fire EcologyApplied EcologyWildlife EcologyHerpetologyRestoration EcologyConservation Biology

About

My research focuses on the ecology, restoration, and conservation of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems in the Great Basin and western United States.

Co-authors (175)

  • Nicholas Crutchley
  • Taylor Wilcox
  • Cai Wang
  • Danny Summers
  • Clare Adams

Publications (5)

  • Assessing the effectiveness of riparian restoration projects using Landsat and precipitation data from the cloud-computing application ClimateEngine.org

    • Hausner M
    • Huntington J
    • Nash C
    • et al.
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  • Heterogeneous responses of temperate-zone amphibian populations to climate change complicates conservation planning

    • Muths E
    • Chambert T
    • Schmidt B
    • et al.
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  • Survey of Beaver-related Restoration Practices in Rangeland Streams of the Western USA

    • Pilliod D
    • Rohde A
    • Charnley S
    • et al.
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  • Critical considerations for the application of environmental DNA methods to detect aquatic species

    • Goldberg C
    • Turner C
    • Deiner K
    • et al.
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  • Transition of Vegetation States Positively Affects Harvester Ants in the Great Basin, United States

    • Holbrook J
    • Pilliod D
    • Arkle R
    • et al.
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Editorships

Journal of Herpetology

Associate Editor

2017 - Present

Ecosystem Health and Sustainability

Subject Editor

2014 - Present

Professional experience

Supervisory Research Ecologist

US Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

December 2006 - Present

Assistant Professor

California Polytechnic State University

January 2005 - December 2006(2 years)

Post-doctoral Ecologist

USDA Forest Service

January 2002 - December 2004(3 years)

Post-doctoral Associate

University of Montana

January 2001 - December 2001(a year)

Education

PhD Ecology

Idaho State University

August 1995 - May 2001(6 years)

B.A. Biology

University of California - Santa Cruz

September 1987 - June 1991(4 years)