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30 publications in Wildlife

Climate-induced expansions of invasive species in the Pacific Northwest, North America: a synthesis of observations and projections

Published in: | Research Themes: Forests, Grasslands, Wetlands, Wildlife, Plants, Fish

Kovach, R., J.A. Gervais, A. Sepulveda, R. Al-Chokhachy, J.J. Giersch, and C.C. Muhlfeld. 2020. Climate-induced expansions of invasive species in the Pacific Northwest, North America: a synthesis of observations and projections. Biological Invasions

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Will lynx lose their edge? Canada lynx occupancy in Washington

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildlife, Habitat Connectivity

King, T.W., C. Vynne, D. Miller, S. Fisher, S. Fitkin, J. Rohrer, J.I. Ransom, and D.H. Thornton. 2020. Will Lynx Lose Their Edge? Canada lynx occupancy in Washington. Journal of Wildlife Management 84:705-725.

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Extremes to Ex-Streams: Ecological Drought Adaptation in a Changing Climate

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildfire, Drought, Forests, Wetlands, Water, Wildlife

Gregg, R.M., and J. Kershner. 2019. Extremes to Ex-Streams: Ecological Drought Adaptation in a Changing Climate. EcoAdapt, Bainbridge Island, WA.

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Reassessing the success of experts and nonexperts at correctly differentiating between closely related species from camera trap images: A reply to Gooliaff and Hodges

Published in: | Research Themes: Wildlife

Thornton, D.H., T.W. King, A. Scully, and D. Murray. 2019. Reassessing the success of experts and nonexperts at correctly differentiating between closely related species from camera trap images: A reply to Gooliaff and Hodges. Ecology and Evolution 9:6172-6175.

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Thermal environments within aspen (Populus tremuloides) tree cavities during summer: implications for breeding and roosting cavity users

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Forests, Wildlife

Jarolimek, J., and K. Vierling. 2019. Thermal environments within aspen (Populus tremuloides) tree cavities during summer: implications for breeding and roosting cavity users. Journal of Thermal Biology 81:41–48.

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Are survivors different? Genetic-based selection of trees by mountain pine beetle during a climate change-driven outbreak in a high-elevation pine forest

Published in: | Research Themes: Forests, Wildlife

Six, D. L., C. Vergobbi, and M. Cutter. 2018. Are survivors different? Genetic-based selection of trees by mountain pine beetle during a climate change-driven outbreak in a high-elevation pine forest. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:993.

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Landscape topoedaphic features create refugia from drought and insect disturbance in a lodgepole and whitebark pine forest

Published in: | Research Themes: Drought, Forests, Wildlife

Cartwright, J. 2018. Landscape topoedaphic features create refugia from drought and insect disturbance in a lodgepole and whitebark pine forest. Forests 9:715.

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Old-growth forests buffer climate-sensitive bird populations from warming

Published in: | Research Themes: Birds, Forests, Wildlife

Betts, M. G., B. Phalan, S. J. K. Frey, J. S. Rousseau, and Z. Yang. 2018. Old-growth forests buffer climate-sensitive bird populations from warming. Diversity and Distributions 24:439–447.

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Survey of beaver-related restoration practices in rangeland streams of the western USA

Published in: | Research Themes: Water, Wildlife, Plants

Pilliod, D. S., A. T. Rohde, S. Charnley, R. R. Davee, J. B. Dunham, H. Gosnell, G. E. Grant, M. B. Hausner, J. L. Huntington, and C. Nash. 2018. Survey of beaver-related restoration practices in rangeland streams of the western USA. Environmental Management 61:58–68.

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Assessments of species’ vulnerability to climate change: from pseudo to science

Wade, A. A., B. K. Hand, R. P. Kovach, C. C. Muhlfeld, R. S. Waples, and G. Luikart. 2017. Assessments of species’ vulnerability to climate change: from pseudo to science. Biodiversity and Conservation 26:223–229.

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