Ron Johnson

Ron Johnson

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Title Emeritus Professor
Address 101 Hardin Hall
Department of Forestry & Natural Resources 260 Lehotsky Hall Clemson University
Clemson SC
29634
Phone 864-656-6802
FAX 864-656-3304
E-mail ronj@clemson.edu

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Selected Publications

Angeler, D., D., Allen, C., Johnson, R. (2015). Linking degradation status with ecosystem vulnerability to environmental change. Oecologia, 178, 899-913.
Angeler, D.G., C.R. Allen, D.R. Uden and R.K. Johnson. 2015. Spatial scaling patterns and functional redundancies in a changing boreal lake landscape. Ecosystems 18:889-902. Online
Angeler, D., Allen, C., McKie, B., Johnson, R., birge, H. (2014). Assessing and managing freshwater ecosystems vulnerable to global change. Ambio, 43, 113-125 Online
Baho, D., Drakare, S., Johnson, R., Allen, C., Angeler, D. (2014). Similar resilience attributes in lakes with different management practices. PLoS ONE, 9(3):e91881. Online
Quinn, J.E., J.R. Brandle, and R.J. Johnson. 2013. A farm-scale biodiversity and ecosystem services assessment tool: The Healthy Farm Index. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability. 11(2): 176-192. Online
Angeler, D., Allen, C., Johnson, R. (2012). Insight on invasions and resilience derived from spatiotemporal discontinuities of biomass at local and regional scales. Ecology and Society, 17(2): 32.http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-04928-170232. Online
Quinn, J.E., J. Brandle, and R. Johnson. 2012. The effects of land sparing and wildlife-friendly practices on grassland bird abundance within organic farmlands. Agriculture Ecosystems, & Environment. 161:10-16. Online
Johnson, R.J., Jedlicka, J.A., Quinn, J.E., Brandle, J.R. 2011. Global perspectives on birds in agricultural landscapes. Issues in agroecology present status and future prospectus, volume 1, Integrating Agriculture, Conservation and Ecotourism: Examples from the Field. 55-140. Online
Quinn, J.E., J. R. Brandle, R. J. Johnson, A. J. Tyre. 2011. Application of detectability in the use of indicator species: A case study with birds. Ecological Indicators 11(5):1413-1418. Online
Puckett, H.L, J.R. Brandle, R.J. Johnson, and E.E. Blankenship (2009) Avian foraging patterns in crop field edges adjacent to woody habitat. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 131:9-15. Online
Quinn, J.E., J.R. Brandle, and R.J. Johnson. 2009. Development of a Healthy Farm Index to assess ecological, economic, and social function on organic and sustainable farms in Nebraska's four agroecoregions. Farming with Grass: Achieving Sustainable Mixed Agricultural Landscapes. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society. 156-170.
Allen, C. R., L. Gunderson, and A. R. Johnson. 2004. The use of discontinuities and functional groups to assess relative resilience in complex systems. Ecosystems. 8: 958. Online
Beecher, N. A., R. J. Johnson, J. R. Brandle, R. M. Case, L. J. Young 2002. Agroecology of birds in organic and nonorganic farmland. Conservation Biology. 16:1629-1631 (Journal Series Number:12644)
Poague, K.L., Johnson, R.J., Young, L.J. 2000. Bird use of rural and urban converted railroad rights-of-way in southeast Nebraska. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28:852-864 (Journal Series Number:12444).
Johnson, R.J. 1999. Wild Bird Control. Minnesota Poultry Service Workshop. 12-16.
Johnson, R.L., Heusel, G.L., Woodloan, J. 1999. Building a Coalition for Environmental Education. Proceedings National Extensive Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Conference. 107-109.
Johnson, R.J., Brandle, N.J., Sunderman, R.L., Beecher, N.A., Case, R.M., Dix, M.E., Young, L.J., Harrell, M.O., Wright, R.J., Hodges, L. 1998. Wildlife as natural enemies of crop pests. Proceedings National Extension Wildlife and Fish Specialist Workshop. 112-116.
Johnson, R.J., Glahn, J.F. 1998. Starling Management in Agriculture. Nebraska Cooperative Extension, University of Nebraska. pp. 10. Online
Johnson, R.J. 1997. Backyard Wildlife: Feeding Birds. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Johnson, R.J. 1997. Backyard Wildlife: Tips for Success. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Johnson, R.J., Steinegger, D.H. 1997. Backyard Wildlife: to Feed a Hummingbird. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Wallner-Pendleton, E., Johnson, R.J. 1997. House Finch Eye Disease. Cooperative Extension, University of Nebraska. pp. 3. Online
Dix M.E., R.J. Johnson, M.O.Harrell, R.M. Case, R.J.Wright, L. Hodges, J.R. Brandle, M.M. Schoenberger, N.J. Sunderman, R.L.Fitzmaurice, L.J. Young, and Hubbard K.G. 1995. Influences of trees on abundance of natural enemies of insect pests: a review. Agroforestry Systems. 29:303-311. Online
Johnson, R. J., Wolfe, C. W. 1994. Backyard Wildlife: Planting for Habitat. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Johnson, R.J., M.M. Beck and J.R. Brandle. 1992. Windbreaks and wildlife. EC-91-1771.
Johnson, R.J. 1989. Controlling Snake Problems Around Homes. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Johnson, R.J. 1989. Poisonous Snakes and Snakebite in Nebraska. Lincoln: University of Nebraska. Online
Johnson, R. J. 1984. Backyard Wildlife: Making it Come Alive. [Brochure]. Lincoln, NE. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Online
Johnson, R. J., Wiegers, H. L., Holm, B. A., Orr, J. D. (no date). Wildlife Conservation, 4-H.
Johnson, R.J., Wiegers, H.L., Orr, J.D. Fishing, 4-H. University of Nebraska.
Orr, J.D., Johnson, R.J. Bird Behavior, 4-H. University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, University of Nebraska.

SNR Mission Area(s)

  • Applied Ecology

Notable Websites

Areas of Interest

  • Wildlife ecology
  • Birds and their habitat
  • Snakes
  • Agroecology
  • Biological control
  • Biological diversity
  • Conservation biology
  • Organic systems
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Wildlife damage management

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