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Green AW, HR Sofaer, DL Otis, NJ Van Lanen. 2020. Co‐occurrence and occupancy of mourning doves and Eurasian collared‐doves. Journal of Wildlife Management doi:10.1002/jwmg.21835.
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Janousek WM, BA Hahn, VJ Dreitz. 2019. Disentangling monitoring programs: design, analysis, and application considerations. Ecological Applications 00(00):e01922. 10.1002/eap.1922
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Green AW, MD Correll, TL George, I Davidson, S Gallagher, C West, A Lopata, D Casey, K Ellison, DC Pavlacky Jr., L Quattrini, AE Shaw, EH Strasser, T VerCauteren, and AO Panjabi. 2018. Using Structured Decision Making to prioritize species assemblages for conservation. Journal for Nature Conservation 45:48-57.
Peña-Peniche A, I Ruvalcaba-Ortega, O Rojas-Soto. 2018. Climate complexity in the migratory cycle of Ammodramus bairdii. PLoS ONE 13(8): e0202678. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0202678
Pavlacky DC Jr., PM Lukacs, JA Blakesley, RC Skorkowsky, DS Klute, BA Hahn, VJ Dreitz, TL George, and DJ Hanni. 2017. A statistically rigorous sampling design to integrate avian monitoring and management within Bird Conservation Regions. PLoS ONE 12(10): e0185924.
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Swanson DL, MD Dixon, JS Palmer. 2016. A reassessment of the distribution of Virginia’s warbler in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Western Birds 47:214-226.
Mutter M, DC Pavlacky Jr., NJ Van Lanen, and R Grenyer. 2015. Evaluating the impact of gas extraction infrastructure on the occupancy of sagebrush-obligate songbirds. Ecological Applications 25:1175-1186.
Lipsey MK, KE Doherty, DE Naugle, S Fields, JS Evans, SK Davis, N Koper. 2015. One step ahead of the plow: using cropland conversion risk to guide Sprague’s Pipit conservation in the northern Great Plains. Biological Conservation 191:739-749
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