2016 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Ecosystem, Environmental resource management, Ecology and Shrubland. Debra P. C. Peters undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Ecology and Scale through her works. Her Ecosystem research includes elements of Species richness, Grassland, Vegetation and Abiotic component.
The concepts of her Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Urbanization, Pollution, Land management and Ecosystem services. The study incorporates disciplines such as Shrub, Bouteloua and Spatial contextual awareness in addition to Shrubland. The various areas that Debra P. C. Peters examines in her Arid study include Desertification and Atmospheric sciences.
Debra P. C. Peters mainly investigates Ecology, Ecosystem, Grassland, Arid and Vegetation. Her is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by her studies on Bouteloua eriopoda, Shrubland, Shrub, Ecology and Ecotone. Her Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Climate change, Agronomy and Environmental resource management.
Her work investigates the relationship between Environmental resource management and topics such as Ecological systems theory that intersect with problems in Temporal scales. Her study on Vegetation also encompasses disciplines like
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Data science, Term, Shrub and Extreme events. Her study on Disturbance is often connected to Aeolian processes as part of broader study in Ecology. Her research investigates the connection with Shrub and areas like Prosopis glandulosa which intersect with concerns in Shrubland.
Her Shrubland research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecotone, Herbivore, Revegetation and Grassland. Her studies in Extreme events integrate themes in fields like Similarity and Climatology. Debra P. C. Peters has researched Ecosystem in several fields, including Dominance, Soil water and Desertification.
Ecology, Shrub, Ecosystem, Shrub cover and Desert are her primary areas of study. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Ecology and Term in her work. Debra P. C. Peters interconnects Prosopis glandulosa, Herbivore, Revegetation and Grassland in the investigation of issues within Shrub.
Her work in the fields of Ecosystem services overlaps with other areas such as Aeolian processes. Shrub cover is often connected to Competition in her work.
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The changing landscape : ecosystem responses to urbanization and pollution across climatic and societal gradients
Nancy B. Grimm;David R. Foster;Peter M. Groffman;J. Morgan Grove.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2008)
Cross-scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events.
Debra P. C. Peters;Roger A. Pielke;Brandon T. Bestelmeyer;Craig D. Allen.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Shrub encroachment in North American grasslands: shifts in growth form dominance rapidly alters control of ecosystem carbon inputs
Alan K. Knapp;John M. Briggs;Scott L. Collins;Steven R. Archer.
Global Change Biology (2008)
Ecosystem resilience despite large-scale altered hydroclimatic conditions
Guillermo E. Ponce Campos;M. Susan Moran;Alfredo Huete;Yongguang Zhang.
Legacies of precipitation fluctuations on primary production: theory and data synthesis
Osvaldo E. Sala;Laureano A. Gherardi;Lara Reichmann;Esteban Jobbágy.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2012)
Ecological services to and from rangelands of the United States
Kris M. Havstad;Debra P.C. Peters;Rhonda Skaggs;Joel Brown.
Ecological Economics (2007)
Do Changes in Connectivity Explain Desertification
Gregory S. Okin;Anthony J. Parsons;John Wainwright;Jeffrey E. Herrick.
Cross–Scale Interactions and Changing Pattern–Process Relationships: Consequences for System Dynamics
Debra P. C. Peters;Brandon T. Bestelmeyer;Monica G. Turner.
Disentangling Complex Landscapes: New Insights into Arid and Semiarid System Dynamics
Debra P. C. Peters;Brandon T. Bestelmeyer;Jeffrey E. Herrick;Ed L. Fredrickson.
Long-Term and Large-Scale Perspectives on the Relationship between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning
Amy J. Symstad;Amy J. Symstad;F. Stuart Chapin;Diana H. Wall;Katherine L. Gross.
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