Refereed publications
Book chapters
Reports and others

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Recent and Selected Publications

Thornton, P.K., M. Herrero, and R.B. Boone. 2019. Altered grazing systems: pastoralism to conventional agriculture. In: Grasslands and Climate Change (Gibson, D.L. and J.A. Newman, eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Jablonski, K.E., R.B. Boone, and P.J. Meiman. 2018. An agent-based model of cattle grazing toxic Geyer's larkspur. PLOS ONE 13(3):e0194450.

Blecha, K., R.B. Boone, and M. Alldredge. 2018. Hunger mediates apex predator's risk avoidance in wildlife-urban interface. Journal of Animal Ecology 87:609-622.

Boone, R.B., R.T. Conant, J. Sircely, P.K. Thornton, and M. Herrero. 2018. Climate change impacts on selected global rangeland ecosystem services. Global Change Biology 24:1382-1393.

Boone, R.B.. 2017. Evolutionary computation in zoology and ecology. Current Zoology 63:675-686.

Lesorogol, C.K. and R.B. Boone. 2016. Which way forward? Using simulation models and ethnography to understand changing livelihoods among Kenyan pastoralists in a "new commons". International Journal of the Commons 10:747-770.

Stabach, J.A., G. Wittemyer, R.B. Boone, R.S. Reid, and J.S. Worden. 2016. Variation in habitat selection by white-bearded wildebeest across different degrees of human disturbance. Ecosphere 7(8):e01428. 10.1002/ecs2.1428.

Stabach, J.A., R.B. Boone, J.S. Worden, and G. Florant. 2015. Habitat disturbance effects on the physiological stress response in resident Kenyan white-bearded wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus). Biological Conservation 182:177-186.

Boone, R.B., K.A. Galvin, S.B. BurnSilver, P.K. Thornton, D.S. Ojima, and J.R. Jawson. 2011. Using coupled simulation models to link pastoral decision making and ecosystem services. Ecology and Society 16(2):6 [online] URL:

Boone, R.B. 2010. Simulating species richness using agents with evolving niches, with an example of Galapagos plants. International Journal of Ecology 2010:id150606, doi:10.1155/2010/150606

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