Publications

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  1. Cunningham, et al. [including Chapman] (2014). Impaired consciousness in partial seizures is bimodally distributed. Neurology.
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  2. Galvin, Li, Villemaine, Poole,Chapman, Pollastri, Wyatt, Carlow. (2014). A Target Repurposing Approach Identifies N-myristoyltransferase as a New Candidate Drug Target in Filarial Nematodes. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.
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  3. Samndong, Bush, Vatn, and Chapman. (2018). Institutional analysis of causes of deforestation in REDD+ pilot sites in the Equateur province: Implication for REDD+ in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Land use policy.
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  4. Griscom, et al. [including Chapman]. (2020). National mitigation potential from natural climate solutions in the tropics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
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  5. Oestreich, Chapman ,and Crowder. (2020). A comparative analysis of dynamic management in marine and terrestrial systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
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  6. Chapman, et al. (2020). Large climate mitigation potential from adding trees to agricultural lands. Global Change Biology.
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  7. Scoville, Chapman, Amironesei, Boettiger. (2021). Algorithmic Conservation Governance in a Changing Climate. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
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  8. Ordway, et al., [including Chapman]. (2021) Leveraging the NEON Airborne Observation Platform for socio-environmental systems research. Ecosphere.
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  9. Chapman^, Oestreich^, Frawley, Boettiger, Sibyl Diver, Santos, Scoville, Armstrong, Blondin, Chand, Haulsee, Knight, Crowder (2021) Promoting equity in the use of algorithms for high seas conservation. One Earth.
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    ^ equal contributions

  10. Calhoun, Chapman, Tubbesing, McInturff, Gaynor, Van Scoyoc, Wilkinson, Parker‐Shames, Kurz, Brashares (2021). Spatial overlap of wildfires and biodiversity in California highlights gap in non-conifer fire research and management. Diversity and Distributions.
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  11. Kitzes, et al.[including Chapman]. (2021). Expanding the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) biodiversity surveys with new instrumentation and machine learning models. Ecosphere.
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  12. Nagy, et al. [including Chapman]. (2021). Harnessing the NEON Data Revolution to Advance Open Environmental Science with a Diverse and Data-Capable Community. Ecosphere.
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  13. Roe, et al. [including Chapman].(2021). Land-based measures to mitigate climate change: potential and feasibility by country. Global Change Biology.
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  14. Chapman, Scoville, Lapeyrolerie, Boettiger. (2021). Power and Accountability in Reinforcement Learning Applications to Environmental Policy. 35th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021).
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  15. Moravek et al., [including Chapman]. (2022) Centering 30x30 conservation initiatives on freshwater ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (Accepted).

  16. ^Dowd, Chapman, Koehn, Hoagland. (2022) The economic tradeoffs and ecological impacts associated with a potential mesopelagic fishery in the California Current. Ecological Applications.
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    ^undergraduate thesis mentee

  17. Chapman, Wiltshire, Baur, Bowles, Carlisle, Castillo, Esquivel, Gennet, Iles, Karp, Kremen, Liebert, Olimpi, Ory, Ryan, Sciligo, Thompson, Waterhouse, Boettiger. (2022). Social-ecological feedbacks drive tipping points in farming system diversification. One Earth.
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  18. Lapeyrolerie, Chapman, Norman, Boettiger. Deep Reinforcement Learning for Conservation Decisions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (Accepted)
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  19. Chapman. Governing AI Applications To Monitoring and Managing Our Global Environmental Commons. AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, Student Track
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  20. (preprint) Kurz, Middleton, Chapman,Van Houtan, Wilkinson, Withey, and Brashares. Building bridges in the post-Trump era: can conservation scientists help recover bipartisan support for U.S. environmental protection?
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  21. (preprint) Chapman, Boettiger, Brashares. The potential contribution of private lands to the U.S. 30x30 conservation target.
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  22. (preprint) Ellis-Soto, Chapman, Locke. Uneven biodiversity sampling across redlined urban areas in the United States.
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Posted on:
January 1, 0001
Length:
3 minute read, 537 words
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