Publications Other (Non-SILVIS)

Seibold, S., J. Buchner, C. Bässler, and J. Müller. Ponds in acidic mountains are more important for bats in providing drinking water than insect prey. 2013. Journal of Zoology 290: 302-308.
Allendorf, T.D., and Allendorf, K. 2012. The role of gender in park-people relationships in Nepal. Human Ecology 40(5):789-796.,
Allendorf, T.D., K.K. Swe, T. Oo, Y. Htut, M. Aung, M. Aung, K. Allendorf, L. Hayek, P. Leimgruber, and C. Wemmer. 2006. Community attitudes toward three protected areas in Upper Myanmar (Burma). Environmental Conservation 33(4): 344-352.,
Allendorf, T.D., M. Aung, and M. Songer. 2012. Using residents' perceptions to improve park-people relationships in Chatthin Wildlife Sanctuary, Myanmar. Journal of Environmental Management 99:36-43.,
Allstadt, A., A. Liebhold, D. Johnson, R. Davis, and K. Haynes. Time-varying synchrony of weather and its consequences for spatiotemporal population dynamics. Ecology Letters, in review., Coming soon
Allstadt, A., K. Haynes, A. Liebhold, and D. Johnson. 2013. Long-term shifts in the cyclicity of outbreaks of a forest-defoliating insect. Oecologia. 172:141-151. Coming soon
Allstadt, A., T. Caraco, and G. Korniss. 2007. Ecological invasion: spatial clustering and the critical radius. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 9:375-394. Coming soon
Allstadt, A., T. Caraco, and G. Korniss. 2009. Preemptive spatial competition under a reproduction-mortality constraint. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 258(4): 537-549. Coming soon
Aronson, G., D. Kulakowski. 2012. Bark beetle outbreaks, wildfires and defensible space: how much area do we need to treat to protect homes and communities? International Journal of Wildland Fire,
Baiser, B.H., Lockwood, J.L., La Puma, D.A., and Aronson, M.F., 2008. A Perfect Storm: Two Ecosystem Engineers Interact to Degrade Deciduous Forests of New Jersey. Biological Invasions 10 (6), 785-795.
Bateman BL, Johnson CN. 2011. The influences of climate, habitat and fire on the distribution of cockatoo grass (Alloteropsis semialata) (Poaceae) in the Wet Tropics of northern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 59 (4): 315-323.
Bateman BL, Johnson CN. 2011. The influences of climate, habitat and fire on the distribution of cockatoo grass (Alloteropsis semialata) (Poaceae) in the Wet Tropics of northern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 59 (4), 315-323 doi:10.1071/BT10266,
Bateman BL, Kutt AS, Vanderduys EP, and Kemp JE. 2010. Small-mammal species richness and abundance along a tropical altitudinal gradient: an Australian example. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 26: 139-149.
Bateman BL, VanDerWal J, and Johnson CN. 2012. Nice weather for bettongs: using weather events, not climate means, in species distribution models. Ecography 35: 306-314.
Bateman BL, VanDerWal J, Williams SE, Johnson CN. 2012. Biotic interactions influence the projected distribution of a specialist mammal under climate change. Diversity and Distributions, 18(9): 861-872.
Bateman, B. L., H. T. Murphy, A. E. Reside, K. Mokany, and J. VanDerWal. Appropriateness of full-, partial- and no-dispersal scenarios in climate change impact modelling. 2013. Diversity and Distributions, 19: 1224-1234.
Bateman, B. L., S. E. Abell-Davis, and C. N. Johnson. 2012. Climate-driven variation in food availability between the core and range edge of the endangered northern bettong (Bettongia tropica). Australian Journal of Zoology, 59:177-185.
Bragina E.V., Beme I.R. 2010. Siberian crane duet as an individual signature of a pair: comparison of visual and statistical classification techniques. Acta Ethologica 13(1):39-48
Bragina E.V., Beme I.R. 2013. Sexual and individual features in the long-range and short-range calls of the white-naped crane. Condor, 115(3):501-507
Chen, J., P. Jönsson, M. Tamura, Z. Gu, B. Matsushita, and L. Eklundh. 2004. A simple method for reconstructing a high-quality NDVI time-series data set based on the Savitzky–Golay filter. Remote Sensing of Environment 91:332-344.
Collins, B.M., Kramer, H.A., Menning, K., Dillingham, C., Saah, D., Stine, P.A., Stephens, S.L. 2013. Modeling hazardous fire potential within a completed fuel treatment network in the northern Sierra Nevada. Forest Ecology and Management 310:156–166.
Diez J.M., Buckley H., Case B.S., Harsch M., Scilago A., Wangen S.R., and Duncan R.P. 2009. Interacting effects of management and environmental variability at multiple scales on invasive species distributions. Journal of Applied Ecology 46(6):1210-1218. Coming soon
Duncan R.P., Diez J.M., Sullivan J.J., Wangen S.R., and Miller A.L. 2009. Safe sites, seed supply, and the recruitment function in plant populations. Ecology 90(8):2129-2138.
Dymytrova, L., Nadyeina, O., Hobi, M. L. & Scheidegger, C. 2014. Topographic and forest-stand variables determining epiphytic lichen diversity in the primeval beech forest in the Ukrainian Carpathians. Biodiversity and Conservation 23: 1367-1394. Coming soon
Fancourt, BA., B.L. Bateman, J. VanDerWal, S.C. Nicol, C.E. Hawkins, M.E. Jones, and C.N. Johnson. 2015. Testing the role of climate change in species decline: is the eastern quoll a victim of a change in the weather? Plos ONE 10(6): e0129420.
Fuentes MMPB, Bateman BL, Hamann M (2011) Relationship between tropical cyclones and the distribution of sea turtle nesting grounds. Journal of Biogeography, 38(10): 1886-1896.
Fuentes MMPB, Bateman BL, Hamann M. 2011. Relationship between tropical cyclones and the distribution of sea turtle nesting grounds. Journal of Biogeography, 38(10): 1886-1896.
Fuentes, M.P.B., B.L. Bateman, D. Helmers, R L. Pressey, R L. Kamrowski, and V.C. Radeloff. Conservation hotspots for marine turtles nesting areas based on exposure to coastal development and seal level rise. Conservation Biology, in press. Coming soon
Gibson, D., A. Allstadt, S. Baer, and M. Geisler. 2011. Effects of foundation species genotypic diversity on subordinate species richness in an assembling community. Oikos. 121 (4): 496-507. Coming soon
Ginzler, C. & Hobi, M. L. 2015. Countrywide stereo-image matching for updating digital surface models in the framework of the Swiss National Forest Inventory. Remote Sensing 7: 4343-4370.
Haynes, K., A. Allstadt, D. Klimetzek. In press. Five pine defoliating insect species in Central Europe: climate-related changes in frequency and severity of outbreaks. Global Change Biology. Coming soon
Haynes, K., O.N. Bjornstad., A. Allstadt, and A. Liebhold. 2013. Geographical variation in the spatial synchrony of a forest-defoliating insect: isolation of environmental and spatial drivers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: 280:20122373 Coming soon
Hess, A., M.J. Falkowski, C.R. Webster, A.J. Storer, A. Pocewicz, and S. Martinuzzi. 2013. Employing LiDAR and optical data to identify butterfly habitat characteristics for four contrasting butterfly species across a diverse landscape. Remote Sensing Letters 4:4, 354-363, Coming soon
Hobi, M. L. & Ginzler, C. 2012. Accuracy assessment of digital surface models based on WorldView-2 and ADS80 stereo remote sensing data. Sensors 12: 6347-6368.
Hobi, M. L., Commarmot, B. & Bugmann, H. 2015. Pattern and process in the largest primeval beech forest of Europe (Ukrainian Carpathians). Journal of Vegetation Science 26: 323-336. Coming soon
Hobi, M. L., Ginzler, C., Commarmot, B., & Bugmann, H. 2015. Gap pattern of the largest primeval beech forest of Europe revealed by remote sensing. Ecosphere, 6(5):76.
Kramer, H.A., Collins, B.M., Kelly, M., Stephens, S.L. 2014. Quantifying ladder fuels: A new approach using LiDAR. Forests 5(6):1432-1453.
Kramer, H.A., B.M. Collins, F.K. Lake, M.K. Jakubowski, S.L. Stephens, M. Kelly. 2016. Estimating ladder fuels: A new approach combining field photography with LiDAR. Remote Sensing 8(9): 766.
Kramer, H.A., D.M. Montgomery, V.M. Eckhart, and M.A. Geber. 2011. Environmental and dispersal controls of an annual plant’s distribution: how similar are patterns and apparent processes at two spatial scales? Plant Ecology, 212(11):1887 - 1899.
Kutt AS, Bateman BL, and Vanderduys EP. 2011. Lizard diversity on a rainforest-savanna altitude gradient in north-eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology, 59(2): 86-94.
Kutt AS, Vanderduys EP, Perry JJ, Perkins GC, Kemp JE, Bateman BL, Kanowski J and Jensen R. 2012. Signals of change in tropical savanna woodland vertebrate fauna five years after cessation of livestock grazing. Wildlife Research, 39: 386-396.
Kutt A.S., E.P. Vanderduys, J.J. Perry, G.C. Perkins, J.E. Kemp, B.L. Bateman, J. Kanowski and R. Jensen. 2012. Signals of change in tropical savanna woodland vertebrate fauna five years after cessation of livestock grazing. Wildlife Research, 39: 386-396.
La Puma, D.A., Lockwood, J.L., Davis, M.J., 2007. Endangered species management requires a new look at the benefit of fire: The Cape Sable seaside sparrow in the Everglades ecosystem. Biological Conservation 136, 398-407.
Lepczyk, C. A. and W. H. Karasov. 2000. Effect of ephemeral food restriction on growth of House Sparrows. Auk 117, no. 1:164-174.,
Lepczyk, C. A., E. Caviedes-Vidal, and W. H. Karasov. 1998. Digestive responses during food restriction and realimentation in nestling House Sparrows (Passer Domesticus). Physiological Zoology 71, no. 5:561-573.
Lepczyk, C. A., K. G. Murray, K. Winnett-Murray, P. Bartell, E. Geyer, and T. Work. 2000. Seasonal fruit preferences for lipids and sugars by American Robins. Auk 117, no. 3:709-717.
Lepczyk, C.A., A. Wunnicke, V.C. Radeloff, C.H. Flather, A.M. Pidgeon, R.B. Hammer. 2013. Using housing growth to estimate habitat change: detecting Ovenbird response in a rapidly growing New England State. Urban Ecosystems, 16:499-510.
Müller, J., Brandl, R., Buchner, J., Pretzsch, H., Seifert, S., Strätz, C., Veith, M., Fenton, B. 2013. From ground to above canopy—Bat activity in mature forests is driven by vegetation density and height. Forest Ecology and Management 306:179-184.
O'Malley, L., A. Allstadt, G. Korniss and T. Caraco. 2005. Nucleation and global time scales in ecological invasion under pre-emptive competition. Pp. 117-124 in Fluctuations and Noise in Biological, Biophysical, and Biomedical Systems III. (N.G. Stocks, D. Abbott & R.P. Morse, eds). Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5841. SPIE,WA. Coming soon
O'Malley, L., J. Basham, J. Yasi, G. Korniss, A. Allstadt and T. Caraco. 2006. Invasive advance of an advantageous mutation: nucleation theory. Theoretical Population Biology, 70:464-478. Coming soon
Peck, J., Commarmot, B., Hobi, M. L. & Zenner, E. 2015. Should reference conditions be drawn from a single 10 ha plot? Assessing representativeness in a 10,000 ha old-growth European beech forest. Restoration Ecology 23: 927-935. Coming soon
Petritan, I. C., Commarmot, B., Hobi, M. L., Petritan, A. M., Bigler, C., Abrudan, I. V. & Rigling, A. 2015. Structural patterns of beech and silver fir suggest stability and resilience of the virgin forest Sinca in the Southern Carpathians, Romania. Forest Ecology and Management 356: 184-195. Coming soon
Rojas, I., P. Becerra, N. Galvez, J. Laker, C. Bonacic, A. Hester. 2011. Relationship between fragmentation, degradation and native and exotic species richness in an Andean temperate forest of Chile. Gayana Botanica. 68(2): 163-175.
Rutledge, D. T., C. A. Lepczyk, J. L. Xie, and J. G. Liu. 2001. Spatiotemporal dynamics of endangered species hotspots in the United States. Conservation Biology 15, no. 2:475-487.
Rutledge, D.T., and C.A. Lepczyk. 2002. Landscape change: Patterns, effects, and implications for adaptive management of wildlife resources. Pages 312-333 in J. Liu and W. W. Taylor, editors. Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resources Management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge., Coming soon
Townsend, P.A., Helmers, D.P., Kingdon, C.C., McNeil, B.E., de Beurs, K.M., Eshleman, K.N., Changes in the extent of surface mining and reclamation in the Central Appalachians: 1976-2006. Remote Sensing of Environment, 113: 62-72, doi:10.1016/j.rse.2008.08.012.
Trotsiuk, V.*, Hobi, M. L.* & Commarmot, B. 2012. Age structure and disturbance dynamics of the relic virgin beech forest Uholka (Ukrainian Carpathians). Forest Ecology and Management 265: 181-190. (*co-first authors) Coming soon
VanDerWal J, H.T. Murphy, A. Kutt, G. Perkins, B.L. Bateman, J.J. Perry, A.E. Reside 2013. Focus on poleward shifts in species' distribution underestimates the fingerprint of climate change. Nature Climate Change, 3. 239-243.
Wangen S.R. and Webster C.R. 2006. Potential for multiple lag phases during biotic invasions: reconstructing the invasion of an invasive tree Acer platanoides. Journal of Applied Ecology 43:258-268.
Zedler, J.B., J.M. Doherty, I.M. Rojas. 2014. Leopold's arboretum needs upstream water treatment to restore wetlands downstream. Water, 6, 104-121.
Zenner EK, Peck J, Hobi ML & Commarmot B. 2016. Validation of a classification protocol: meeting the prospect requirement and ensuring distinctiveness when assigning forest development phases. Applied Vegetation Science DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12231.
Zenner, E. K., Peck, J. E., Hobi, M. L. & Commarmot B. 2015. The dynamics of structure across scale in a primaeval European beech stand. Forestry 88: 180-189. Coming soon