Rachel A. Reeb
Rachel A. Reeb
Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
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Using convolutional neural networks to efficiently extract immense phenological data from community science images
RA Reeb, N Aziz, SM Lapp, J Kitzes, JM Heberling, SE Kuebbing
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 2022
Nonnative old‐field species inhabit early season phenological niches and exhibit unique sensitivity to climate
RA Reeb, I Acevedo, JM Heberling, B Isaac, SE Kuebbing
Ecosphere 11 (8), e03217, 2020
Using clear plastic CD cases as low‐cost mini‐rhizotrons to phenotype root traits
ST Cassidy, AA Burr, RA Reeb, AL Melero Pardo, KD Woods, CW Wood
Applications in Plant Sciences 8 (4), e11340, 2020
Investigating the drivers and impacts of phenological timing in invaded plant communities
RA Reeb
University of Pittsburgh, 2023
Hiking trailheads, but not trailsides, associated with higher cover of non‐native plants’ trail impact on non‐native plant cover
N Aziz, MA Holmes, LD Bennion, RA Reeb, SE Kuebbing
Applied Vegetation Science 26 (1), e12716, 2023
Native plants exhibit a historic phenological response to changing temperature
RA Reeb, I Acevedo, JM Heberling, SE Kuebbing
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
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