Peer Reviewed Articles
Yovovich, V., Allen, M.L., Macaulay, L.T. and Wilmers, C.C. 2020. Using spatial characteristics of apex carnivore communication and reproductive behaviors to predict responses to future human development. Biodiversity and Conservation. 29:2589–2603. (Download PDF)
Young, A., Macaulay, L., Larson, S., Van Eenennaam, A. Livestock Impact on Biodiversity. Population, Agriculture, and Biodiversity: Problems and Prospects, edited by J.P. Gustafson, P.H. Raven, P.R. Ehrlich, University of Missouri Press, 2020, pp. 305-337.
Hopkinson, P., Hammond, M., Bartolome, J. W., Macaulay, L. 2020. Using consecutive prescribed fires to reduce shrub encroachment in grassland by increasing shrub mortality. Restoration Ecology. (Download PDF)
Bartolome, J.W., A. Brown, P. Hopkinson, M. Hammond, L. Macaulay, and F. Ratcliff. 2019. Evaluating Prescribed Fire Effect on Medusa Head and Other Invasive Plants in Coastal Prairie at Point Pinole. Grasslands. Winter 2019 edition.
Macon, D., R. Baldwin, D. Lile, J. Stackhouse, C. Koopmann Rivers, T. Saitone, T. Schohr, L. Snell, J. Harper, R. Ingram, K. Rodrigues, L.T. Macaulay, L. Roche. 2018. Livestock Protection Tools for California Ranchers. UC Agriculture & Natural Resources Publication 8598.
Ratcliff, F., Bartolome, J., Macaulay, L.T., Spiegal, S., & White, M. D. 2018. Applying ecological site concepts and state-and-transition models to a grazed riparian rangeland. Ecology and Evolution. (Download PDF)
†Shapero, M., I. Dobrovna, L.T. Macaulay. 2017. Implications of changing spatial dynamics of irrigated pasture, California’s third largest agricultural water use. Science of the Total Environment 605–606: 445-453. (Download PDF)
Macaulay, L.T. 2015. Pastured Pig Production in California Oak Woodlands: Lessons from the Spanish Dehesa. In: Outdoor Hog Production: Best Practices for Conservation in the San Francisco Bay Area. UC Cooperative Extension.
Macaulay, L.T. 2015. Proceedings of the 7th Oak Symposium. Evaluating Recreational Use as an Incentive for Habitat Conservation on Private Land in California. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-251. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
Huntsinger, L., N. Sayre, L.T. Macaulay. 2014. Ranchers, land tenure, and grass-roots governance: maintaining pastoralist use of rangelands in the U.S. in three different settings. In: Davies, J. (ed). The Governance of Rangeland: Collective Action for Sustainable Pastoralism. (Download PDF)
Macaulay, L.T., P.F. Starrs, J. Carranza. 2013. Hunting in Managed Oak Woodlands: Contrasts Among Similarities, in: Mediterranean Oak Woodland Working Landscapes. Springer, pp. 311–350. (Download PDF)
Reports & Plans
Hopkinson, P., M. Hammond, L.T. Macaulay, & J. Bartolome. 2011. Grazing Management Plan, Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area, California State Parks.
Macaulay, L.T. 2011. Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program (IHRMP) Evaluation Report. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Bartolome, J., P. Hopkinson, M. Hammond, B. Kellogg, L.T. Macaulay, S. Spiegal, & B. Voelker. 2009. Cowell Ranch Ecosystem Management Alternatives Plan, California State Parks.
Hopkinson, P., M. Hammond, J. Bartolome, & L.T. Macaulay. 2009. Grazing Management Plan, Macedo Ranch, Mount Diablo State Park.
Macaulay, L.T. “What about native fish?” Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine. April 2010. Letters.