Bean, W.T., D. Tange*, and S. Osborn. 2016. A suitability model for white-footed voles with insights into habitat associations at the southern boundary of their range. Northwestern Naturalist 97:105-112.
Dulava, S., W.T. Bean, and O. Richmond. 2015. Applications of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for waterbird surveys. Environmental Practice 17:201-210.
Bean, W.T., H.S. Butterfield, R. Stafford, and J.S. Brashares. 2014. Multi-step realized distribution models suggest bottom-up control of an endangered rodent. PLoS ONE 9:e106638
Bean, W.T., L.P. Prugh, R. Stafford, H.S. Butterfield, M. Westphal, and J.S. Brashares. 2014. Species distribution models of an endangered rodent offer incomplete measures of habitat quality at multiple scales. Journal of Applied Ecology 51:1116-1125.
Bean, W.T., R. Stafford, H.S. Butterfield, L.R. Prugh and J.S. Brashares. 2012. An evaluation of monitoring methods for giant kangaroo rats. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:587-593.
Bean, W.T., R. Stafford, and J.S. Brashares. 2011. The effects of small sample size and sample bias on threshold selection and accuracy assessment of species distribution models. Ecography 35:250-258.
Prugh, L., C. Stoner, C. Epps, W.T. Bean, W. Ripple, A. Laliberte, and J.S. Brashares. 2009. The rise of the mesopredator. Bioscience 59:779-791.
Wittemyer, G., P. Elsen, W.T. Bean, A.C. Burton, and J.S. Brashares. 2008. Accelerated human population growth at protected area edges. Science 321:123-126.
Bean, W.T., and E.W. Sanderson. 2007. Using a spatially explicit model to test scenarios of fire use by Native Americans: an example from the Harlem Plains, New York, NY. Ecological Modelling 211:301-308.