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  • Bastille-Rousseau, G., Wittemyer, G. (2020) Characterizing the landscape of movement to identify critical wildlife habitat and corridors. Conservation Biology

  • Bastille-Rousseau, G., Schlichting, P., Keiter, D., Smith, J., Kilgo, J., Wittemyer, G., Vercauteren, K., Beasley, J., Pepin, K. (2020) Multi-level response of invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) to removal. Pest Management Science

  • Peers, M., Majchrzak, Y., Menzies, A., Studd E., Bastille-Rousseau, G., […], Boutin, S. (2020) Climate change increases predation risk for a keystone species of the boreal forest. Nature Climate Change 1-5.

  • Bastille-Rousseau, G., Wall, J., Lesowapir, B., Loloju, B., Mwangi, N., Douglas-Hamilton, I., Wittemyer, G. (2020) Landscape-scale habitat selection of African elephants shows strong response to foraging opportunities in a human dominated ecosystem. Ecography 43:149-160

  • Hillard, E. M., J. C. Crawford, C. K. Nielsen, J. W. Groninger, and E. M. Schauber.  2021. Hydrogeomorphology influences swamp rabbit habitat selection in a fragmented bottomland hardwood forest ecosystem.  Journal of Wildlife Management 85:593-601.

  • Amspacher, K. M., F. A. Jimenez, and C. K. Nielsen.  2021.  Influence of habitat on presence of striped skunks in midwestern North America.  Diversity 13, 83; DOI: 10.3390/d13020083.

  • Panait, L. C., A. D. Mihalca, D. Modry, J. Juránková, A. M. Ionică, G. Deak, C. M. Gherman, M. Heddergott, A. Hodžić, F. Veronesi, M. Reichard, E. A. Zieman, C. K. Nielsen, F. A. Jiménez-Ruiz, and K. Hrazdilová.. Three new species of Cytauxzoon in European wild felids.  2021,  Veterinary Parasitology 290:109344. 

  • Greenspan, E., A. Giordano, C. Nielsen, K. Jai-Chyi Pei, and N. Ching-Min Sun.  2020.  Evaluating support for clouded leopard reintroduction in Taiwan: insights from surveys of indigenous and urban communities. Human Ecology;  

  • Anile, S., E. Greenspan, and C. Nielsen.  2020. Determinants of jaguar occupancy at the northern range edge.  Mammal Research 65:667-677. 

  • Greenspan, E., S. Anile, and C. Nielsen.  2020. Density of wild felids in Sonora, Mexico: a comparison of spatially explicit capture-recapture methods.  European Journal of Wildlife Research 66 (60); DOI:10.1007/s10344-020-01401-1. 

  • Greenspan, E., A. Giordano, C. Nielsen, K. Jai-Chyi Pei, and N. Ching-Min Sun.  2020.  Taiwanese attitudes toward the clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) and its potential reintroduction.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife 25:301-323. 

  • Schank, C. J., M. V. Cove, E. Y. Arima, L. S. E. Brandt, E. Brenes-Mora, A. Carver, A. Diaz-Pulido, N. Estrada, R. J. Foster, O. Godínez-Gómez, B. J. Harmsen, C. A. Jordan, T. H. Keitt, M. J. Kelly, J. Sáenz Méndez, E. Mendoza, N. Meyer, G. Pozo Montuy, E. J. Naranjo, C. K. Nielsen, G. O’Farrill, R. Reyna-Hurtado, M. Rivero, J. P. Carvajal Sánchez, M. Singleton, J. A. de la Torre, M. A. Wood, K. R. Young, and J. A. Miller.  2020. Population status, connectivity, and conservation action for the endangered Baird’s tapir. Biological Conservation 245, DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108501.

  • Cassel, K. W., D. J. Morin, C. K. Nielsen, T. S. Preuss, and G. A. Glowacki. 2020. Low-intensity monitoring of small mammal habitat associations and species interactions in an urban forest preserve network.  Wildlife Research 47:114-127. 

  • Morin, D., C. Yackulik, J. Diffendorfer, D. Lesmeister, C. K. Nielsen, J. Reid, and E. M. Schauber.  2020. Is your multi-stage model selection strategy affecting your inferences?  Ecosphere 11(1), doi: 10.1002/ecs2.2997.

  • Levesque, D.L., J. G. Boyles, C. J. Downs, and A. M. Breit. 2021. High body temperature is an unlikely cause of high viral tolerance in bats. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 57: 238-241

  • McGuire, L. P., J. G. Boyles, R. M. Brigham. 2021. Lack of foraging site fidelity between years by Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor). American Midland Naturalist. 185:139-144

  • Johnson, J. S., A. Blomberg, J. G. Boyles, T. Lilley. 2021. The winter worries of bats: past and present perspectives on winter habitat and management of cave hibernating bats. In: 50 Years of Bat Research, Foundations and New Frontiers. Springer Press. Pg. 209-223

  • Clerc, J. R. M. Brigham, J. G. Boyles, and L. P. McGuire. 2021. A NASBR history of the advances in bat biology provided by radiotelemetry. In: 50 Years of Bat Research, Foundations and New Frontiers. Springer Press. Pg. 241-253

  • Kahn T, La Marca E, Lötters S, Brown JL, Twomey E, Amezquita A (Editors) (2016). Aposematic Poison Frogs (Dendrobatidae) of the Andean Countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. Conservation International Tropical Field Guide Series, Conservation International, Arlington, VA, USA. 588pp.

  • Guillory WG, Brown JL. A new method for integrating ecological niche modeling with phylogenetics to estimate ancestral distributions. Systematic Biology – in press

  • Paz A, Brown JL et al.  Environmental correlates of taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity in the Atlantic Forest. Journal of Biogeography – in press

  • Brown JL, et al. (2020) Seeing the forest through many trees: multi-taxon patterns of phylogenetic diversity in the Atlantic Forest hotspot. Diversity and Distributions

  • Brown JL, Hill D, Haywood A. (2020). A critical evaluation of the Oscillayers methods and datasets. Global Ecology and Biogeography

  • Muell MR, Guillory WX, Kellerman A, Rubio AO, Scott-Elliston A, Morales O, Eckhoff K, Barfknecht D, Hartsock J, Weber JJ, Brown JL (2020). Gaming natural selection: using board games as simulations to teach evolution.  Evolution. PDF

  • Guillory W, Brown JL, et al. (2020). Comprehensive phylogenomic reconstruction of the Amazonian poison frog genus  Ameerega using ultraconserved elements. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 106638. PDF