Publications 

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25. Pfeifer M, Lefebvre V, Wearn OR, Marsh CJ, Banks-Leite C, Tylianakis J, Peres C, Arroyo-Rodriguez V, Cisneros L, Fariah D, Klingbeil B, Kormann U, Olivier P, Ribeiro DB, Struebig M, Urbina-Cardona N, van Aarde R, Watling JI, Wood, EM, Zeh XX, Ewers RM. Global creation of forest edges has a near-universal impact on forest vertebrates. Nature in press

24. Winkler. D. W,, T. Pegan, E. Gulson-Castillo, J. Byington, J. Hruska, S. Orzechoqski, B.M. Van Doren, E. Grieg, E.M. Wood. 2017. Collecting the total specimen package: research and educational opportunities for museum expeditions.  In: The Extended Specimen: Emerging Frontiers in Collections-Based Ornithological Research, Chapter: 11, Studies in Avian Biology, CRC Press, editor: M. S. Webster. in press

23. Wood, E. M., S. E. Barker, W. M. Hochachka, R. W. Rohrbaugh, K. V. Rosenberg, and A. D. Rodewald. 2017. An improved survey methodology for monitoring population trends of the Golden-winged Warbler and other patchily distributed birds. Journal of Field Ornithology in press

22. Johnson, M. D. and E. M. Wood. 2017. ‘Habitat ecology’, in Ornithology: Foundation, Critique, and Application. editors: M. L. Morrison, A. D. Rodewald, G. Voelker, J. F. Prather, and M. R. Colón (book chapter). in press

21. Greig, E. I., E. M. Wood, D. N. Bonter. 2017. Winter range expansion of a hummingbird is associated with urbanization and supplemental feeding. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 284 (1852), 20170256 Link

20. Dayer, A. A., A. D. Rodewald, R. C. Stedman, E. A. Cosbar, and E. M. Wood. 2016. Wildlife conservation and private protected areas: the discrepancy between land trust mission statements and their perceptions. Environmental Management doi.org/10.1007/s00267-016-0713-3

19. Wood, E. M., S. E. Barker, W. M. Hochachka, R. W. Rohrbaugh, J. L. Larkin, K. V. Rosenberg, and A. D. Rodewald. 2016. Intermediate habitat associations by hybrids may facilitate genetic introgression in a songbird. Journal of Avian Biology DOI: 10.1111/jav.00771 Link

18. Wood, E. M. and A. M. Pidgeon. 2015. Extreme variations in spring temperature affect ecosystem regulating services provided by birds during migration. Ecosphere 6(11):216. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES15-00397.1 Link

17. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C. Radeloff, P. D. Culbert, N. S. Keuler, and C. H. Flather. 2015. Long-term avian community response to housing development at the boundary of U.S. protected areas: effect size increases with time. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1227-1236 Link

US Forest Service press release

16. Wood, E. M. and J. L. Kellerman, Editors. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 47). 2015. ‘Phenological synchrony and bird migration: changing climate and seasonal resources in North America’ Link

Book Review in The Auk Ornithological Advances

15. Wood, E. M., and A. M. Pidgeon.  2015. Climatic extremes influence spring tree phenology and migratory songbird foraging behavior. Pp. 117–131 in E. M. Wood and J. L. Kellermann (editors), Phenological synchrony and bird migration: changing climate and seasonal resources in North America. Studies in Avian Biology (no. 47), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. pdf

14. Wood, E. M., J. S. Brandt, A. M. Pidgeon, and V. C. Radeloff. 2015. Occupancy-habitat associations and tree-species use patterns by breeding birds in Tibetan sacred forests. Biodiversity and Conservation 24:129-148 Link

13. Pidgeon, A. M., C. H. Flather, V. C. Radeloff, C. A. Lepczyk, E. M. Wood, S. I. Stewart, and R. B. Hammer. 2014. Systematic temporal patterns in the relationship of housing development with forest bird biodiversity. Conservation Biology 28:1291-1301 Link

12. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C. Radeloff, D. Helmers, P. D. Culbert, N. S. Keuler, and C. H. Flather. 2014. Housing development erodes avian community structure in U.S protected areas. Ecological Applications 24:1445-1462. Link

11. Pfeifer M, Lefebvre V, Baeten L, Banks-Leite C, Betts M, Brunet J, Cerezo A, Cisneros L, Coomes D, D’Cruze N, Duguay S, Eigenbrod F, Hadley A, Hanson TR, Hawes J, Heartsill T, Klingbeil B, Kolb A, Kormann U, Lachat T, Lantschner V, Laurance B, Lens L, Lugo A, Marsh C, Medina-  Rangel G.F., Melles S, Mezger D, Owen C, Phalan B, Pidgeon A, Possingham H, Raheem D, Ribeiro DB, Robinson D, Robinson R, Rytwinski T, Scherber C, Slade E, Somarriba E, Stouffer P,  Struebig MJ, Tylianakis J, Tscharntke T, Urbina Cardona JN, Vasconcelos H, Wells K, Willig  M, Wood E, Young R.P., Bradley A, Ewers R,. 2014. BIOFRAG – A new database for analyzing  biodiversity response to forest fragmentation. Ecology and Evolution 4:1524-1527. Link

10. Bar Massada, A., and E. M. Wood. 2014. The richness - heterogeneity relationship differs between heterogeneity measures and analysis scales. Ecography 37:528-535. Link 

Selected as Editor's Choice, designated to papers with top influence Ecography Blog of our paper

9. Wood, E. M., M. D. Johnson, R. D. Jackson, A. M. Pidgeon, and B. A. Garrison. 2013. Avian community use and occupancy of California oak savanna. The Condor 115:712-724 Link

8. Brandt, J. S., E. M. Wood, L. Han, Z. Fang, A. M. Pidgeon, and V. C. Radeloff. 2013. Sacred forests are keystones structure for forest bird conservation in southwest China’s Himalayan Mountains. Biological Conservation 166:34-42. Link

7. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, N. S. Keuler, and V. C. Radeloff. 2013. Image texture predicts bird density and species richness. PLoS One 8(5): e63211. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0063211. Link

6. Burnham, J. W. III., and E. M. Wood. 2012. Woolly-necked Stork (Ciconia episcopus) at Napahai wetland, Yunnan, China. Forktail 28:158-159. Link

5. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, D. J. Mladenoff, and F. Liu. 2012. Birds see the trees inside the forest: the potential impacts of changes in forest composition on songbirds during spring migration. Forest Ecology and Management 280:176-186. Link

4. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, V. C. Radeloff, and N. S. Keuler. 2012. Image texture as a remotely sensed measure of vegetation structure. Remote Sensing of Environment 121:516-526. Link

3. Bar Massada, A., E. M. Wood, A. M. Pidgeon. and V. C. Radeloff. 2012. Complex effects of scale on the relationships of landscape pattern versus avian species richness and community structure in a woodlands savanna mosaic. Ecography 35:393-411. Link

2. Wood, E. M., A. M. Pidgeon, C. Gratton, T. T. Wilder. 2011. Effects of oak barrens habitat management for Karner blue butterfly (Lycaeides samuelis) on the avian community. Biological Conservation 144:3117-3126. Link

1. Wood, E.M., M.D. Johnson, and B.A. Garrison. 2010. Quantifying bird-habitat using a relevé method. Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society 46:25-41. Link

Manuscripts in review

1. WatlingJ. I, M. Pfeifer, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, C. Banks-Leite, L. M. Cisneros, T. Lachat, B. Lander, I. R. Leal, L. Lens, H. P. Possingham, D. C. Raheem, D. B. Ribeiro, E. M. Slade, J. N. Urbina-Cardona, E. M. Wood, and L. Fahrig. Landscape-scale dependency of species density in fragmented habitat. 

2. McNeil Jr, D.J., J. L. Larkin, J. Duchamp, C. Fiss, M. Bakermans, and E. M. Wood. Using a Natural Reference System to Evaluate Songbird Habitat Restoration

 

 

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