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Nathan Alexander

Landscape and environmental effects on gene flow and connectivity of the giant kangaroo rat (Dipodomys ingens)

Cara AppelBean

Seasonal habitat selection of the North American porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) in a coastal dune forest

Ryan BaumbuschBarton
Brooke Berger Brown Survivorship of overwintering California mule deer fawns affected by deer hair-loss syndrome
Matt BrinkmanColwell

Predator management strategies utilized in the protection of Western Snowy Plover and California Least Tern nesting sites on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton near Oceanside, CA

Jennifer Brown Johnson Retaining habitat structure types within coffee farms of Jamaica may promote a balance between survivorship, richness and sub-lethal Bd infections on endemic frog species
Russ Bryant Johnson Native invertebrate pollinators (Superfamily: Apoidea) in Eastern North Dakota and the plants they use
Emily BuckBrown
Xeronimo CastenedaJohnson
Emily CateBartonPre-dispersal seed predation by granivores on the rare, endemic plant Lassics lupine (Lupinus constancei)
Kelly CommonsBlackSocial networking and cooperative mobbing in the Steller's Jay
Caylen CumminsGunther
Alexa DeJoannisColwell
Sharon Dulava Bean Evaluating the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) surveying wildlife and their habitats on National Wildlife Refuges
Aaron GottesmanColwellFine-scale habitat use of breeding Semipalmated Sandpiper in Alaskan arctic ecosystems
Derek HarveyBlack

Innovative problem-solving behavior in wild Steller's jays (Cyanocitta stelleri)

Teresa KingColwell
Matt LauColwellCommon Raven and American Crow predation of Snowy Plovers
Brendan Leigh Black Foraging ecology of migrating American wigeon on Humboldt Bay
Stephanie LejaColwellWestern snowy plover breeding habitat selection in northern California
Nalani LudingtonBrownInfluences of despotic distribution on urban habitat use by American black bear
Max MarquezBrown
Dawn McCoveyJohnson
Kelcy McHarryHudgens
Shannon MendiaJohnsonExamining ecosystem services and disservices of bear damage on Hoopa Valley Reservation
Liz MorataBlack Spatial ecology of resident peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) in the coastal Pacific Northwest
Shannon Murphy
Population monitoring of nesting seabirds in Marine Protected Areas of Northern California
Sarah NelsonWelsh
David OrluckColwellAmphipod distribution in relation to snowy plover (Charadrius nivosus nivosus) habitat in coastal Northern California
Doug PageBrown
Nora PapianColwellSurvival estimates of marked Western snowy plovers in over-winter flocks in Humboldt and Mendocino Counties
Marisa ParishGuntherBeaver bank lofge use, distribution, and influence on salmonid rearing habitat in the coastal plain of the Smith River, California
Gen RohzonBlackWintering habitat selection of rough-legged hawks (Buteo lagopus) in California
Trinity TippinBlackVocal mimicry in Steller's jays
Elliot Ven Rooy Brown Ticks and Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae Associated with Fishers (Martes pennanti) and Ringtails (Bassariscus astutus) at the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation
Carrie WendtJohnson

Habitat for Hooters: Examining local and landscape scale habitat variables to predict barn owl nest box occupancy in a vineyard ecosystem



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