Jillian M. Deines
Jillian M. Deines
Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University
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An assessment of invasion risk from assisted migration
JM Mueller, JJ Hellmann
Conservation Biology 22 (3), 562-567, 2008
Complex water management in modern agriculture: Trends in the water-energy-food nexus over the High Plains Aquifer
SJ Smidt, EMK Haacker, AD Kendall, JM Deines, L Pei, KA Cotterman, ...
Science of The Total Environment 566, 988-1001, 2016
Annual irrigation dynamics in the US Northern High Plains derived from Landsat satellite data
JM Deines, AD Kendall, DW Hyndman
Geophysical Research Letters, 2017
Mapping three decades of annual irrigation across the US High Plains Aquifer using Landsat and Google Earth Engine
JM Deines, AD Kendall, MA Crowley, J Rapp, JA Cardille, DW Hyndman
Remote Sensing of Environment 233, 111400, 2019
Telecoupling in urban water systems: An examination of Beijing˘s imported water supply
JM Deines, X Liu, J Liu
Water International 41 (2), 251-270, 2016
Urban water sustainability: framework and application
W Yang, DW Hyndman, JA Winkler, A Vina, JM Deines, F Lupi, L Luo, Y Li, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 4, 2016
Climate-mediated hybrid zone movement revealed with genomics, museum collection, and simulation modeling
SF Ryan, JM Deines, JM Scriber, ME Pfrender, SE Jones, SJ Emrich, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), E2284-E2291, 2018
Tradeoffs among Ecosystem Services Associated with Global Tilapia Introductions
AM Deines, ME Wittmann, JM Deines, DM Lodge
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 24 (2), 178-191, 2016
Transitions from irrigated to dryland agriculture in the Ogallala Aquifer: Land use suitability and regional economic impacts
JM Deines, ME Schipanski, B Golden, SC Zipper, S Nozari, C Rottler, ...
Agricultural Water Management 233, 106061, 2020
Quantifying irrigation adaptation strategies in response to stakeholder-driven groundwater management in the US High Plains Aquifer
JM Deines, AD Kendall, JJ Butler, DW Hyndman
Environmental Research Letters 14 (4), 044014, 2019
A million kernels of truth: Insights into scalable satellite maize yield mapping and yield gap analysis from an extensive ground dataset in the US Corn Belt
JM Deines, R Patel, SZ Liang, W Dado, DB Lobell
Remote Sensing of Environment 253, 112174, 2021
Mapping twenty years of corn and soybean across the US Midwest using the Landsat archive
S Wang, S Di Tommaso, JM Deines, DB Lobell
Scientific Data 7 (1), 1-14, 2020
Balancing open science and data privacy in the water sciences
SC Zipper, K Stack Whitney, JM Deines, KM Befus, U Bhatia, SJ Albers, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (7), 5202-5211, 2019
Satellites reveal a small positive yield effect from conservation tillage across the US Corn Belt
JM Deines, S Wang, DB Lobell
Environmental Research Letters 14 (12), 124038, 2019
Changes in the drought sensitivity of US maize yields
DB Lobell, JM Deines, SD Tommaso
Nature Food 1 (11), 729-735, 2020
Gene expression in closely related species mirrors local adaptation: consequences for responses to a warming world
ST O'Neil, JDK Dzurisin, CM Williams, NF Lobo, JK Higgins, JM Deines, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (11), 2686-2698, 2014
Addressing Challenges for Mapping Irrigated Fields in Subhumid Temperate Regions by Integrating Remote Sensing and Hydroclimatic Data
T Xu, JM Deines, AD Kendall, B Basso, DW Hyndman
Remote Sensing 11 (3), 370, 2019
Traits associated with drought survival in three Australian tropical rainforest seedlings
JM Deines, JJ Hellmann, TJ Curran
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (7), 621-629, 2011
Quantifying changes in water use and groundwater availability in a megacity using novel integrated systems modeling
DW Hyndman, T Xu, JM Deines, G Cao, R Nagelkirk, A Viña, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (16), 8359-8368, 2017
Changes in forest composition in Ohio between Euro-American settlement and the present
JM Deines, D Williams, Q Hamlin, JS McLachlan
The American Midland Naturalist 176 (2), 247-271, 2016
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