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July 2014 (Nature Conservancy authors in bold)

Acreman, M.C. I.C. Overton, J. King, P.J. Wood, I.G. Cowx, M.J. Dunbar, E. Kendy, and W.J. Young. 2014. The changing role of ecohydrological science in guiding environmental flows. Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (3-4):433-450. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2014.886019.

Aldous, A.R. and L.B. Bach. 2014. Hydro-ecology of groundwater-dependent ecosystems: applying basic science to groundwater management. Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (3-4):530-544. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02626667.2014.889296.

Blankenship, K. L. Provencher, L. Frid, C. Daniel and J. Smith. 2013. Human Dimensions of State- and - Transition Simulation Model Applications to Support Decisions in Wildland Fire Management. P. 28-33 IN: Fox RL (Ed) (2012) Proceedings of 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, 17-19 April 2012, Seattle, WA. International Association of Wildland Fire. (CD-ROM) (Missoula, MT). Conference proceedings submitted to International Journal of Wildland Fire.

Blankenship, K., J. Smith, R. Swaty, A. Shlisky, J. Patton, S.Hagen. 2012. Modeling on the Grand Scale: LANDFIRE Lessons Learned. In: Kerns, B.K.; Shlisky, A.J.; Daniel, C.J., tech. eds. Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, June 14–16, 2011, Portland, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-869. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: 43–56.

Bowden, A.A. 2014. Towards a comprehensive strategy to recover river herring on the Atlantic seaboard: lessons from Pacific salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71:666-671; 10.1093/icesjms/fst130.

Fleming, G.M.; J.M. Wunderle, D.N. Ewert, and J.J. O'Brien. 2014. Estimating plant biomass in early- successional subtropical vegetation using a visual obstruction technique. Applied Vegetation Science 17:356-366; 10.1111/avsc.12067.

Gillespie, N., A. Unthank, L. Campbell, P. Anderson, R. Gubernick, M. Weinhold, D. Cenderelli, B. Austin, D. McKinley, S. Wells, J. Rowan, C. Orvis, M. Hudy, A. Bowden, A. Singler, E. Fretz, J. Levine, and R. Kirn. 2014. Flood Effects on Road-Stream Crossing Infrastructure: Economic and Ecological Benefits of Stream Simulation Designs. Fisheries 39:62-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2013.874527.

Grossman, J.D., and K.J. Rice. 2014. Contemporary evolution of an invasive grass in response to elevated atmospheric CO2 at a Mojave Desert FACE site. Ecology Letters 17:710-716.

Kareiva, P. 2014. New Conservation: Setting the Record Straight and Finding Common Ground. Conservation Biology 28:634-636. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cobi.12295.

Kereseka, J. 2014. Successful Community Engagement and Implementation of a Conservation Plan in the Solomon Islands: A Local Perspective. Parks 20: 29-37

Lavoie, M., M.C. Mack, J.K. Hiers, S. Pokswinski, A. Barnett, and L. Provencher. 2014. Effects of Restoration Techniques on Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in Florida Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris) Sandhill Forests. Forests 5:498-517. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/f5030498.

Magdaong, E.T. M. Fujii, H. Yamano, W.Y. Licuanan, A. Maypa, W.L. Campos, A.C. Alcala, A.T. White, D. Apistar, and R. Martinez. 2014. Long-term change in coral cover and the effectiveness of marine protected areas in the Philippines: a meta-analysis. Hydrobiologia 733:5-17; 10.1007/s10750-013-1720-5.

Marvier, M., and P. Kareiva. 2014.The evidence and values underlying 'new conservation'. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:131-132; 10.1016/j.tree.2014.01.005.

Moore, B.C., B.K. Cross, E.M. Clegg, B.P. Lanouette, M. Skinner, E. Preece, A. Child, P. Gantzer, E. Shallenberger, D. Christensen, and B. Nine. 2014. Hypolimnetic oxygenation in Twin Lakes, WA. Part I: Distribution and movement of trout. Lake and Reservoir Management 30:226-239; 10.1080/10402381.2014.908437.

Morrison, S.A. 2014. A bird in our hand: Weighing uncertainty about the past against uncertainty about the future in Channel Islands National Park. George Wright Forum 31: 77–93.

Moseley, R.K., and R.B. Mullen. 2014. The Nature Conservancy in Shangrila: Transnational conservation and its critiques. Pages 129-151 In Yeh, E.T., and C. Coggins, (eds.), Mapping Shangrila: Contested Landscapes in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Nemec, K.T., C.R. Allen, S.D Danielson, and C. Helzer. 2014. Responses of predatory invertebrates to seeding density and plant species richness in experimental tallgrass prairie restorations. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 183:11-20. 10.1016/j.agee.2013.10.024.

Putz, FE; P.A. Zuidema, T. Synnott, M. Pena-Claros, M.A. Pinard, D. Sheil, J.K. Vanclay, P. Sist, S. Gourlet-Fleury, J. Palmer, R. Zagt, and B. Griscom. 2014. A More Realistic Portrayal of Tropical Forestry: Response to Kormos and Zimmerman. Conservation Letters 7:145-146. 10.1111/conl.12044.

May 2014

Baggett, L.P., S.P. Powers, R. Brumbaugh, L.D. Coen, B. DeAngelis, J. Greene, B. Hancock, and S. Morlock, 2014. Oyster habitat restoration monitoring and assessment handbook. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA, USA., 96pp. http://www.oyster-restoration.org/oyster-habitat-restoration-monitoring- and-assessment-handbook/

Berger, J., S.L. Cain, E. Cheng, P. Dratch, K. Ellison, J. Francis, H.C. Frost, S. Gende, C. Groves, W. Karesh, E. Leslie, G. Machlis, R.A. Medellin, R.F. Noss, K.H. Redford, M. Soukup, D. Wilcove, S. Zack. 2014. Optimism and Challenge for Science-Based Conservation of Migratory Species in and out of U.S. National Parks. Conservation Biology 28:4-12. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1111/cobi.12235/

Clayden, M; Kidd, K; Chételat, J; Hall, B., and E. Garcia. 2014. Environmental, geographic and trophic influences on methylmercury concentrations in macroinvertebrates from lakes and wetlands across Canada. Ecotoxicology 23:273-284.

Duveneck, M. J., R. M. Scheller, M. A. White, S. D. Handler, and C. Ravenscroft. 2014. Climate change effects on northern Great Lake (USA) forests: A case for preserving diversity. Ecosphere 5(2):23. http://www.esajournals.org/doi/full/10.1890/ES13-00370.1

Fleming, GM; Wunderle, JM; Ewert, DN; and J.J. O'Brien. 2014. Estimating plant biomass in early- successional subtropical vegetation using a visual obstruction technique. Applied Vegetation Science 17 (2):356-366.

Girvetz, E. H., E. Gray, T.H. Tear, and M.A. Brown. 2014. Bridging climate science to adaptation action in data sparse Tanzania. Environmental Conservation 41: 229-238.

Fore, J., S. Sowa, D. Galat, G. Annis, D. Diamond, and C. Rewa. 2014. Riverine Threat Indices to Assess Watershed Condition and Identify Primary Management Capacity of Agriculture Natural Resource Management Agencies. Environmental Management 53 (3):567-582

Harvey, C.A., M. Chacón, C.I. Donatti, E. Garen, L. Hannah, A. Andrade, L. Bede, D. Brown, A Calle, J. Chará, C. Clement, E. Gray, M.H. Hoang, P. Minang, A. M. Rodriguez, C. Seeberg-Elerfeldt, B. Semroc, S. Shames, S. Smukler, E. Somarriba, E. Torquebiau, J. van Etten, and E. Wollenberg. 2013. Climate-smart landscape: opportunities and challenges for integrating adaptation and mitigation in tropical agriculture. Conservation Letters 7:77-90. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1111/conl.12066/

Myers, S. S., A. Zanobetti, I. Kloog, P.Huybers, A.D. B. Leakey, A. Bloom, E. Carlisle, L. H. Dietterich, G. Fitzgerald, T. Hasegawa, N. Michele Holbrook, R. L. Nelson, M. J. Ottman, V. Raboy, H. Sakai, K. A. Sartor, J. Schwartz, S. Seneweera, M. Tausz,and Y. Usui. 2014. Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition. Nature, May 7, 2014, DOI: 10.1038/nature13179. A sample of the media coverage: NPR, Scientific American, The Guardian, Salon.

La Peyre, M; Furlong, J; Brown, LA; Piazza, BP; and K. Brown. 2014. Oyster reef restoration in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Extent, methods and outcomes. Ocean & Coastal Management 89: 20-28.

Pearsall, D.R., M.L. Khoury, J. Paskus, D. Kraus, P.J. Doran, S.P. Sowa, R. Franks Taylor, and L.K. Elbing. 2013. Make no little plans: developing biodiversity conservation strategies for the Great Lakes. Environmental Practice 15(4):462-480.

Provencher, L. and J. Thompson. 2014. Vegetation Responses to Pinyon-Juniper Treatments in Eastern Nevada. Rangeland Ecology and Management 67:195-205.

Tear, T.H., B.N. Stratton, E. T. Game, M. A. Brown, C. D. Apse, and R. R. Shirer. 2104. A return-on-investment framework to identify conservation priorities in Africa. Biological Conservation 173: 42–52, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006320714000305

March 2014

Blandon, A. and P.S.E. zu Ermgassen. 2014. Quantitative estimate of commercial fish enhancement by seagrass habitat in souther Australia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 141:1-8.

Collinge, S.K. C. Ray, and J.T. Marty. 2013. A Long-Term Comparison of Hydrology and Plant Community Composition in Constructed Versus Naturally Occurring Vernal Pools. Restoration Ecology 21:704-712.

Fitzsimons, J., M. Heiner, B. McKenney, K. Sochi, and J. Kiesecker. 2014. Development by Design in Western Australia: Overcoming offset obstacles. Land 3: 167-187.

Gillespie, N., A. Unthank. L. Campbell, P. Anderson,R. Gubernick,; M. Weinhold, D. Cenderelli, B. Austin, D. McKinley, S. Wells, J. Rowan, C. Orvis, M. Hudy, A. Bowden, A. Singler, E.Fretz, and J. Levine. 2014. Flood Effects on Road-Stream Crossing Infrastructure: Economic and Ecological Benefits of Stream Simulation Designs. Fisheries 39:62-76.

Kroeger, T. 2013. The quest for the "optimal" payment for environmental services program: Ambition meets reality, with useful lessons. Forest Policy and Economics 37: 65-74

Baruch-Mordo, S, J.S. Evans, J.P. Severson, D.E. Naugle, J.D. Maestas, J.M. Kiesecker, M.J. Falkowski, C.A. Hagen, and K.P. Reese. 2013. Saving sage-grouse from the trees: A proactive solution to reducing a key threat to a candidate species. Biological Conservation 167: 233-241

Reemts, C. M. 2013. "Allometric Equations for Ashe Juniper (Juniperus ashei) of Small Diameter." The Southwestern Naturalist 58: 359-363.

Saenz, S., T. Walschburger, J.C. González, J. León, B. McKenney, and J. Kiesecker. 2013. Development by Design in Colombia: Making Mitigation Decisions Consistent with Conservation Outcomes. PLoS ONE 8(12): e81831. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0081831

Saenz, S., T. Walschburger, J.C. González, J. León, B. McKenney, and J. Kiesecker. 2013. A Framework for Implementing and Valuing Biodiversity Offsets in Colombia: A Landscape Scale Perspective. Sustainability 5: 4961-4987.

The below papers were published in the Special Theme issue of the Coastal Management Journal: Establishing a Region-wide System of Marine Protected Areas in the Coral Triangle:

White, A. T., Aliño, Porfirio M.,Cros, A.,Fatan, N. A., Green, A. L.,Teoh, S. J.,Laroya, L.,Peterson, N.,Tan, S.,Tighe, S.,Venegas-Li, R.,Walton, A, and Wen, W. 2014. Marine Protected Areas in the Coral Triangle: Progress, Issues, and Options. Coastal Management 42: 87-106.

Walton, A.,White, A T., Tighe, S., Aliño, P. M., Laroya, L., Dermawan, A., Kasasiah, A., Hamid, S.A.,Vave-Karamui, A., Genia, V.,De Jesus Martins, L., and Green, A. L. 2014. Establishing a Functional Region-Wide Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area System. Coastal Management 42: 107-127.

Cros, A.,Venegas-Li, R., Teoh, S.J., Peterson, N., Wen, W., and Fata A. 2014 Spatial Data Quality Control for the Coral Triangle Atlas. Coastal Management 42: 128-142.

Green, A. L., Fernandes, L., Almany, G., Abesamis, R.,McLeod, E., Aliño, P. M., White, A.T., Salm, R., Tanzer, J.,and Pressey, R.L. 2014. Designing Marine Reserves for Fisheries Management, Biodiversity Conservation, and Climate Change Adaptation. Coastal Management 42: 143-159.

Weeks, R., Aliño, P.M., Atkinson, S., Beldia, P, Binson, A., Campos, W.L., Djohani, R., Green, A.L., Hamilton, R., Horigue, V, Jumin, R., Kalim, K., Kasasiah, A., Kereseka, J.,Klein, C., Laroya, L., Magupin, S., Masike, B., Mohan, C., and Da Silva Pinto, R.M. 2014. Developing Marine Protected Area Networks in the Coral Triangle: Good Practices for Expanding the Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area System. Coastal Management 42:183-205.

January 2014

Garibaldi L.A., Steffan-Dewenter I., Winfree R., Aizen M.A., Bommarco R., Cunningham S.A., Kremen C., Carvalheiro L.G., Harder L.D., Afik O., Bartomeus I., Benjamin F., Boreux V., Cariveau D., Chacoff N.P., Dudenhöffer J.H., Freitas B.M., Ghazoul J., Greenleaf S., Hipólito J., Holzschuh A., Howlett B., Isaacs R., Javorek S.K., and Kennedy C.M. et al. 2013. Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey bee abundance. Science, 339, 1608-1611.

Gonzalez, N., S. J. DeBano, C. Kimoto, R. V. Taylor, C. Tubbesing, and C. Strohm. 2013. Native bees associated with isolated aspen stands in Pacific Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie. Natural Areas Journal 33:374-383.

Huffman, M. R. 2013. The many elements of traditional fire knowledge: synthesis, classification, and aids to cross-cultural problem solving in fire-dependent systems around the world. Ecology and Society 18(4): 3. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05843-180403
Alternative link: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol18/iss4/art3/

Kennedy, C.M., E. Lonsdorf, M.C. Neel, N.M. Williams, and T.H. Ricketts. 2013. A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on wild bee pollinators in agroecosystems. Ecology Letters 16, 584-599.

Oakleaf J.R, C.M. Kennedy, T. Boucher, and J. Kiesecker. 2013. Tailoring Global Data to Guide Corporate Investments in Biodiversity, Environmental Assessments and Sustainability. Sustainability 5:4444-4460..

Reemts, C. M. and L. L. Hansen. 2013. "Short-Term Effects of Repeated Wildfires in Oak-Juniper Woodlands." The Journal of the Association for Fire Ecology 9: 64-79.

Sutherland, W. J., R. Aveling, T. M. Brooks, M. Clout, L. V. Dicks, L. Fellman, E. Fleishman, D. W. Gibbons, B. Keim, F. Lickorish, K. A. Monk, D. Mortimer, L. S. Peck, J. Pretty, J. Rockström, J. P. Rodríguez, R. K. Smith, M. D. Spalding, F. H. Tonneijck, and A.R. Watkinson. 2013. A horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2014. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29: 15-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2013.11.004

November 2013

Golet, Gregory H.; Brown, David L.; Carlson, Melinda; Gardali, Thomas; Henderson, Adam; Holl, Karen D.; et al.(2013). Successes, Failures and Suggested Future Directions for Ecosystem Restoration of the Middle Sacramento River, California. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 11(3):1-29. jmie_sfews_13170. Retrieved from: http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/0db0t6j1

Pocewicz, A., W.A. Estes Zumpf, M.D. Andersen, H.E. Copeland, D.A. Keinath, H.R. Griscom (2013) Modeling the distribution of migratory bird stopovers to inform landscape-scale siting of wind development. PLoS ONE 8 (10): e75363 http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0075363 [Here is a related report that covers the same study, but with fewer words and more photos: Mapping Migration: Important Places for Wyoming’s Migratory Birds]

September 2013

Baruch-Mordo, S., J.S. Evans, J.P. Severson, D.E. Naugle, J.D. Maestas, J.M. Kiesecker, M.J. Falkowski, C.A. Hagen, and K.P. Reese. 2013. Saving sage-grouse from the trees: A proactive solution to reducing a key threat to a candidate species. Biological Conservation 167: 233-241.

Bowden, A.A. 2013. Towards a comprehensive strategy to recover river herring on the Atlantic seaboard: lessons from Pacific salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst130.

Hutchison, J., A. Manica, R. Swetnam, A. Balmford, and M. Spalding. 2013. Predicting global patterns in mangrove forest biomass. Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/conl.12060.

Meijaard, E., C. Leisher, E.T. Game, and C. Groves. 2013. Think before you plan: Introducing preplanning considerations in conservation. Journal of Indonesian Natural History, 1(1), 21-30.

August 2013

Albert, D.M., and J.W. Schoen. 2013. Use of historical logging patterns to identify disproportionately logged ecosystems within temperate rainforests of southeastern Alaska. Conservation Biology 24: 774-784.

Game, E.T., E. Meijaard, D. Sheil and E. McDonald-Madden. 2013. Conservation in a wicked complex world; challenges and solutions. Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/conl.12050.

Geselbracht, L., K. Freeman, E. Kelly, D. Gordon, and A. Birch. 2013. Retrospective analysis and sea level rise modeling of coastal habitat change in Charlotte Harbor to identify restoration and adaptation priorities. Florida Scientist 76: 328–355.

Gottfried, G.J., P.F. Ffolliott, B.S. Gebow, L.G. Eskew, and L.C. Collins, compilers. 2013. Merging science and management in a rapidly changing world: Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago III and 7th Conference on Research and Resource Management in the Southwestern Deserts; 2012 May 1-5; Tucson, AZ. Proceedings. RMRS-P-67. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 593 p.

The below papers were published in the proceedings:

Bodner, G.S., P. Warren, D. Gori, K. Sartor, and S. Bassett. 2013. Sustaining the Grassland Sea: Regional Perspectives on Identifying, Protecting and Restoring the Sky Island Region's Most Intact Grassland Valley Landscapes. Pp. 399-409.

Gebow, B., C. Stetson, D.A. Falk, and C. Dolan. 2013. FireScape: A Program for Whole-Mountain Fire Management in the Sky Island Region. Pp. 472-473.

Minckley, T.A., A. Brunelle, and D. Turner. 2013. Paleoenvironmental Framework for Understanding the Development, Stability, and State-Changes of Ciénegas in the American Deserts. Pp. 77-83.

Tiller, R., M. Hughes, and G. Bodner. 2013. Sacaton Riparian Grasslands of the Sky Islands: Mapping Distribution and Ecological Condition Using State-and-Transition Models in Upper Cienega Creek Watershed. Pp. 410-424.

Turner D.S., and A. Castellanos. 2013. Conference Summary: Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago III: Closing Remarks and Notes From the Concluding Session. Pp. 1-2.

Van Devender, T.R., S. Avila-Villegas, M. Emerson, D. Turner, A.D. Flesch, and N.S. Deyo. 2013. Biodiversity in the Madrean Archipelago of Sonora, Mexico. Pp. 10-16.

Van Devender, T.R., E.F. Enderson, D.S. Turner, R.A. Villa, S.F. Hale, G.M. Ferguson, and C. Hedgcock. 2013. Comparison of Preliminary Herpetofaunas of the Sierras la Madera (Oposura) and Bacadéhuachi with the Mainland Sierra Madre Occidental in Sonora, Mexico. Pp. 110-116.

Graves, E.E., M. Holyoak, T. Rodd Kelsey, and R.J. Meese. 2013. Understanding the contribution of habitats and regional variation to long-term population trends in tricolored blackbirds. Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/ece3.681.

Hamel, P.B, D. Mehlman, S.K. Herzog, K.V. Rosenberg, J. Jones. 2012. Passing the baton of action from research to conservation implementation for Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea). Ornitologia Neotropical 12/2012; 23(Supplement):367-378.

Lawler, J.J., A.S. Ruesch, J.D. Olden and B.H. McRae. 2013. Projected climate-driven faunal movement routes. Ecology Letters 16(8): 1014–1022. doi:10.1111/ele.12132.

Schoch, G.C., D.M. Albert, and C.S. Shanley. 2013. An estuarine habitat classification for a complex fjordal island archipelago. Estuaries and Coasts 10.1007/s12237-013-9622-3.

Schoen, S.K., M.L. Kissling, N.R. Hatch, C.S. Shanley, S.W. Stephensen, J.K. Jansen, N.T. Catterson, and S.A. Oehlers. 2013. Marine birds of Yakutat Bay, Alaska: evaluating summer distribution, abundance, and threats at sea. Marine Ornithology 41:55-61.

June/July 2013

Almany, G.R., R.J. Hamilton, M. Matawai, M. Bode, T. Potuku, P. Saenz-Agudelo, S. Planes, M.L. Berumen, K.L. Rhodes, S.R. Thorrold, G.R. Russ, and G.P. Jones. 2013. Dispersal of grouper larvae drives local resource sharing in a coral reef fishery. Current Biology 23, 626-630.

Arkema, K., G. Guannel, G. Verutes, S. Wood, A. Guerry, M. Ruckelshaus, P. Kareiva, M. Lacayo, J.M. Silver. 2013. Coastal habitats shield people and property from sea-level rise and storms. Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate1944.

Caley, M., E. Cripps, and E. Game. 2013. Phenotypic covariance at species' borders. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:105. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-13-105.

Copeland, H.E., A. Pocewicz, D.E. Naugle, T. Griffiths, D. Keinath, J. Evans, J. Platt. 2013. Measuring the effectiveness of conservation: A novel framework to quantify the benefits of sage-grouse conservation policy and easements in Wyoming. PLoS ONE 8(6): e67261. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067261.

Crosthwaite, J., J. Fitzsimons, J. Stanley, and J. Greacen. 2013. ‘Networking the networks’: coordinating Conservation Management Networks in Victoria. In: Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks. (eds Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. & Wescott, G.) pp. 209-220. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Cutten, D., G. Goodyear, T. Tarrant, J. Fitzsimons, and G. Palmer. 2013. Rails following snakes: Predator-response behaviour, potential prey, prey-flushing or curiosity? Australian Field Ornithology 30, 97-102.

Emery, S.M., P.J. Doran, J.T. Legge, M. Kleitch, and S. Howard. 2013. Aboveground and belowground impacts following removal of the invasive species baby’s breath (Gypsophila paniculata) on Lake Michigan sand dunes. Restoration Ecology, 506-514.

Fitzsimons, J., I. Pulsford, and G. Wescott (eds). 2013. Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities for Large-scale Conservation Networks. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Fitzsimons, J., I. Pulsford, and G. Wescott. 2013. Linking Australia’s landscapes: an introduction. In: Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks. (eds Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. & Wescott, G.) pp. 3-6. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Fitzsimons, J., I. Pulsford, and G. Wescott. 2013. Challenges and opportunities for linking Australia’s landscapes: a synthesis. In: Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks. (eds Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. & Wescott, G.) pp. 287-296. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Fitzsimons, J. and G. Wescott. 2013. The importance of interdisciplinary research in conservation networks: lessons from south-eastern Australia. In: Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks. (eds Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. & Wescott, G.) pp. 277-284. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
Gennet, S., J. Howard, J. Langholz, K. Andrews, M.D. Reynolds, and S.A. Morrison. 2013. Farm practices for food safety: an emerging threat to floodplain and riparian ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11:236-242.

Geselbracht, L., K. Freeman, E. Kelly, D. Gordon, and A. Birch. 2013. Retrospective analysis and sea level rise modeling of coastal habitat change in Charlotte Harbor to identify restoration and adaptation priorities. Florida Scientist.

Higgins, J.V., and A. Zimmerling (eds.) 2013. A Primer for Monitoring Water Funds. Arlington, VA: The Nature Conservancy.

Lawlor, K., E.M. Madiera, J. Blockhus, and D.J. Ganz. Community participation and benefits in REDD+: A review of initial outcomes and lessons. Forests 2013, 4, 296-318.

Mackenzie, D. and J. Fitzsimons. 2013. From Danggali to Riverland: experiences from the Bookmark Biosphere Reserve, South Australia. In: Linking Australia’s Landscapes: Lessons and Opportunities from Large-scale Conservation Networks. (eds Fitzsimons, J., Pulsford, I. & Wescott, G.) pp. 65-74. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Martinuzzi, S., V.C. Radeloff, J. Higgins, D. Helmers, A.J. Plantinga, and D.J. Lewis. 2013. Key areas for conserving United States’ biodiversity likely threatened by future land use change. Ecosphere, 4(5):art58.

McDonald, R. and E. Girvetz. 2013. Two challenges for U.S. irrigation due to climate change: increasing irrigated area in wet states and increasing irrigation rates in dry states. PLoS ONE 8(6): e65589. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0065589.

Pocewicz, A., M. Nielsen-Pincus. 2013. Preferences of Wyoming residents for siting of energy and residential development. Applied Geography 43:45-55.

Reddy, S.M.W., A. Wentz, O. Aburto-Oropeza, M. Maxey, S. Nagavarapu, and H.M. Leslie. 2013. Evidence of market-driven size-selective fishing and the mediating effects of biological and institutional factors. Ecological Applications 23:726–741.

Rhodes K.L., B.M. Taylor, C.B. Wichilmel, E. Joseph, R.J. Hamilton, G. Almany. 2013. Squaretail coralgrouper Plectropomus areolatus reproduction in Pohnpei, Micronesia, using age-based techniques. Journal of Fish Biology 82, 1333-1350.

Salmon, M., and R. Gerritsen. 2013. A more effective means of delivering conservation management: a ‘New Integrated Conservation’ model for Australian rangelands. The Rangeland Journal 35, 225–230.

Taylor, R.V., M.L. Pokorny, J. Mangold, and N. Rudd. 2013. Can a combination of grazing, herbicides, and seeding facilitate succession in old fields? Ecological Restoration 31:141-143.

May 2013

Ban, N.C., N.J. Bax, K.M. Gjerde, R. Devillers, D.C. Dunn, P.K. Dunstan, A.J. Hobday, S.M. Maxwell, D.M. Kaplan, R.L. Pressey, J.A. Ardron, E.T. Game, and P.N. Halpin. 2013. Systematic conservation planning: a better recipe for managing the high seas for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use. Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/conl.12010.

Emery, S.M., and P.J. Doran. 2013. Presence and management of the invasive plant Gypsophila paniculata (baby's breath) on sand dunes alters arthropod abundance and community structure. Biological Conservation, 161:174-181.

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Fitzsimons, J. and M. Looker. 2012. Innovative approaches to land acquisition and conservation management: the case of Fish River Station, Northern Territory. In: Figgis, P., J. Fitzsimons and J. Irving (eds). Innovation for 21st Century Conservation, pp. 78-85. Australian Committee for IUCN, Sydney.

Fitzsimons, J., I. Pulsford, and G. Wescott. 2013. Lessons from large-scale conservation networks in Australia. Parks 19.1, 115-125.

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Game, E.T., P. Kareiva, and H.P. Possingham. 2013. Six common mistakes in conservation priority setting. Conservation Biology DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12051.

Gleason, M., E.M. Feller, M. Merrifield, S. Copps, R. Fujita, M. Bell, S. Rienecke and C. Cook. 2013. A transactional and collaborative aproach to reducing effects of bottom trawling. Conservation Biology doi: 10.1111/cobi.12041

Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., P.B. McIntyre, M. Diebel, P.J. Doran, D. Infante, C. Joseph, and J.D. Allan. 2013. Restoring aquatic ecosystem connectivity requires expanding inventories of both dams and road crossings. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (e-view) http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/120168.

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Shanley, C.S., G.P. Kofinas, and S. Pyare. 2013. Balancing the conservation of wildlife habitat with subsistence hunting access: A geospatial-scenario planning framework. Landscape and Urban Planning 115: 10-17.

Smith, J.A.M. In press. The role of Phragmites australis in mediating inland salt marsh migration in a mid-Atlantic estuary. PLOS One.

April 2013

Ahlering, M.A., J.E. Maldonado, R.C. Fleischer, D. Western, and L.S. Eggert. 2012. Fine-scale group structure and demography of African savanna elephants recolonizing lands outside protected areas. Diversity and Distributions 18:952-961.

Ahlering, M.A., L.S. Eggert, D. Western, A. Estes, L. Munishi, R.C. Fleischer, M. Roberts, and J.E. Maldonado. 2012. Identifying source populations and genetic structure for savannah elephants in human-dominated landscapes and protected areas in the Kenya-Tanzania borderlands. PLOS ONE 7:e52288.

Ahlering, M.A., J.E. Maldonado, L.S. Eggert, R.C. Fleischer, D. Western, and J.L. Brown. In press. Conservation outside of protected areas and the effect of human-dominated landscapes on stress hormones in savannah elephants. Conservation Biology.

Bearer, S., E. Nicholas, T. Gagnolet, M. DePhilip, T. Moberg, and N. Johnson. 2012. Evaluating the scientific support of conservation best management practices for shale gas extraction in the Appalachian Basin. Environmental Practice 14(4):308-319. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1466046612000385

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Halpern, B., C.J. Klein, C.J. Brown, M. Beger, H.S. Grantham, S. Mangubhai, M. Ruckelshaus, V.J. Tulloch, M. Watts, C. White and H.P. Possingham. 2013. Achieving the triple bottom line in the face of inherent trade-offs among social equity, economic return, and conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences doi: 10.1073/pnas.1217689110.

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March 2013

Baldwin, R.F., S.E. Reed, B.H. McRae, D.M. Theobald, and R.W. Sutherland. 2012. Connectivity restoration in large landscapes: Modeling landscape condition and ecological flows. Ecological Restoration 30:274-279.

Binder, S., and S. Polasky. Biodiversity, human well-being and markets. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 435-439. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Boucher, T., M. Spalding, and C. Revenga. 2013. Role and trends of protected areas in conservation. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 485-503. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Burke, L., K. Reytar, M. Spalding, and A.L. Perry. 2012. Reefs at Risk Revisited in the Coral Triangle, Washington, D.C., World Resources Institute, with USAID-Asia, Coral Triangle Initiative, Coral Triangle Support Partnership, The Nature Conservancy, WorldFish Center, UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre 72.

Cavender-Bares, J., J. Heffernan, E. King, S. Polasky, P. Balvanera, and W.C. Clark. Sustainability and biodiversity. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 71-84. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

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Daily, G.C., Z. Ouyang, H. Zheng, S. Li, Y. Wang, M. Feldman, P. Kareiva, S. Polasky, and M. Ruckelshaus. 2013. Securing natural capital and human well-being: Innovation and impact in China. Acta Ecologica Sinica 33:669-676.

Dobson, A.P., K. Nowak, and J.P. Rodríguez. Conservation biology, discipline of. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 238-248. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Game, E. Identifying conservation priorities using a return on investment analysis. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 185-198. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Goldman-Benner, R.L., S. Benitez, A. Calvache, A. Ramos, and F. Veiga. 2013. Water funds: A new ecosystem service and biodiversity conservation strategy. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 352-366. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Guerry, A.D., M.H. Ruckelshaus, M.L. Plummer, and D. Holland. Modeling marine ecosystem services. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 329-346. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

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Leisher, C., M. Sanjayan. Conservation and the world's poorest of the poor. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 230-237. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

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Nuñez, T.A., J.J. Lawler, B.H. McRae, D.J. Pierce, M.B. Krosby, D.M. Kavanagh, P.H. Singleton, and J.J.Tewksbury. 2013. Connectivity planning to address climate change. Conservation Biology. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12014.

McDonald, R.I. Implications of urbanization for conservation and biodiversity protection. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 231-244. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Mcleod, E., K.R.N. Anthony, A. Andersson, R. Beeden, Y. Golbuu, J. Kleypas, K. Kroeker, D. Manzello, R.V. Salm, H.i Schuttenberg, and J.E. Smith. 2013. Preparing to manage coral reefs for ocean acidification: lessons from coral bleaching. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 20–27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/110240

McRae B.H., S.A., P. Beier, and D.M. Theobald. 2012. Where to restore ecological connectivity? Detecting barriers and quantifying restoration benefits. PLoS ONE 7(12): e52604. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052604.

Opperman, J.J., G.E. Galloway and S. Duvail. The multiple benefits of river–floodplain connectivity for people and biodiversity. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 144-160. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Robertson B.A., and P.J. Doran. 2013. Biofuels and biodiversity: the implications of energy sprawl. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 1, pp. 528-539. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Rubenstein, D.I., M. Hack. Migration. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 309-320. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Spalding, M., V. Agostini, S. Grant, and J. Rice. 2012. Pelagic provinces of the world: a biogeographic classification of the world’s surface pelagic waters. Ocean and Coastal Management, v. 90, p. 19-30.

Sutherland, W.J., S. Bardsley, M. Clout, M.H. Depledge, L.V. Dicks, L. Fellman, E. Fleishman, D.W. Gibbons, B. Keim, F. Lickorish, C. Margerison, K.A. Monk, K. Norris, L.S. Peck, S.V. Prior, J.P.W. Scharlemann, M.D. Spalding, and A.R. Watkinson. 2012. A horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2013. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Tallis, H., A. Guerry, and G.C. Daily. 2013. Ecosystem services. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 96-104. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Van Lavieren, H., M. Spalding, D. Alongi, M. Kainuma, M. Clüsener-Godt, and Z. Adeel. 2012. Securing the future of mangroves: A policy brief. Hamilton, Canada, UNU-INWEH, UNESCO MAB with ISME, ITTO, FAO, UNEP WCMC and TNC.

West, P.C., R. Biggs, B.A. McKenney and C. Monfreda. Feeding the world and protecting biodiversity. 2013. In: Levin S.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, pp. 426-434. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Zu Ermgassen, P.S.E., M.D. Spalding, R. Grizzle, and R. Brumbaugh. 2013. Quantifying the loss of a marine ecosystem service: filtration by the Eastern Oyster in US estuaries. Estuaries and Coasts, v. 36, p. 36-43.

Zu Ermgassen, P. S. E., M.W. Gray, C.J. Langdon, M.D. Spalding, and R. Brumbaugh. 2013. Quantifying the historic contribution of Olympia oysters to filtration in Pacific Coast (USA) estuaries, and the implications for restoration objectives. Aquatic Ecology.

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Allan, J.D., P.B. McIntyre, S.D.P. Smith, B.S. Halpern, G.L. Boyer, A. Buchsbaum, G.A. Burton Jr., L.M. Campbell, W.L. Chadderton, J.J.H. Ciborowski, P.J. Doran, T. Eder, D.M. Infante, L.B. Johnson, C.A. Joseph, A.L. Marino, A. Prusevich, J. Read, J.B. Rose, E.S. Rutherford, S.P. Sowa, and A.D. Steinman. 2013. Joint analysis of stressors and ecosystems services to enhance restoration effectiveness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110:372-377.  

Bakker, J.D., L.J. Colasurdo, and J.R. Evans. 2012. Planting practices to maximize Garry oak seedling performance in a semiarid environment. Northwest Science 86: 300-309. 

Castello, L., D.G. McGrath, L.L. Hess, M.T. Coe, P.A. Lefebvre, P. Petry, M.N. Macedo, V.F. Renó and C.C. Arantes. 2012. The vulnerability of Amazon freshwater ecosystems. Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/conl.12008 

Davies, G.M., J.D. Bakker, E. Dettweiler-Robinson, P.W. Dunwiddie, S.A. Hall, J. Downs, and J. Evans. 2012. Trajectories of change in sagebrush steppe vegetation communities in relation to multiple wildfires. Ecological Applications 22: 1562–1577. 

Dygico, M., A. Songco, A.T. White, S.J. Green. 2013. Achieving MPA effectiveness through application of responsive governance incentives in the Tubbataha reefs. Marine Policy, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2012.12.031..

Emery, S. M., P.J. Doran, J.T. Legge, M. Kleitch, and S. Howard. 2012. Aboveground and belowground impacts following removal of the invasive species baby's breath (Gypsophila paniculata) on Lake Michigan sand dunes. Restoration Ecology doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2012.00915.x. 

Fitzsimons, J.A. and J.L. Thomas. 2012. Ground-foraging techniques of welcome swallows (Hirundo neoxena), including an instance of kleptoparasitism. Australian Field Ornithology 29, 160–165.  

Legge, J., P.J. Doran, M. Herbert, J. Asher, G. O’Neil, S. Mysorekar, S. Sowa and K. Hall. 2013. Prioritizing locations for implementing agricultural best management practices in a Midwestern watershed. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 68:22-33 doi: 10.2489/jswc.68.1.22. 

Leisher, C., Sanjayan, M., Blockhus, J., Larsen, N. and Kontoleon, A. 2013. Does conserving biodiversity work to reduce poverty? A state of knowledge review. In Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: Exploring the Evidence for a Link. Eds D. Roe, J. Elliott, C. Sandbrook and M. Walpole. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781118428351.ch9

January 2013

Bernazzani, P., B. A. Bradley, and J. J. Opperman. 2012. Integrating Climate Change into Habitat Conservation Plans Under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Environmental Management 49:1103-1114. 

Brewer, T.D., Cinner, J., Green, A., Pressey, R.L. Effects of Human Population Density and Proximity to Markets on Coral Reef Fishes Vulnerable to Extinction by Fishing. Conservation Biology, Volume 00, No. 0, 1–10 2012. DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01963.x. 

Brewer, T. D., J.E. Cinner, A. Green, and R.L. Pressey. 2013. Effects of human population density and proximity to markets on coral reef fishes vulnerable to extinction by fishing. Conservation Biology. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01963.x  

Brewer,T., Cinner, J., Fisher, R., Green, A., Wilson, S. 2012 Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages. Global Environmental Change 22: 399-406. 

Gerla, P.J., M.W. Cornett, M.A. Ahlering, and J.D. Ekstein. 2012. Talking big: lessons learned from a 9,000 acre restoration in the Northern Tallgrass Prairie. Sustainability 2012 4(11): 3066-3087.

Jonathan H. Grabowski, Robert D. Brumbaugh, Robert F. Conrad, Andrew G. Keeler, James J. Opaluch, Charles H. Peterson, Michael F. Piehler, Sean P. Powers and Ashley R. Smyth
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Kiesecker, J.M. 2012 Global stressors and the global decline of amphibians: tipping the stress immunocompetency axis. Ecological Research (26)5: 897-908, DOI: 10.1007/s11284-010-0702-6. 

Kimoto, C., S. J. DeBano, R. W. Thorp, R. V. Taylor, H. J. Schmalz, T. DelCurto, T. N. Johnson, P. L. Kennedy, and S. Rao. 2012. Short-term responses of native bees to livestock and implications for managing ecosystem services in grasslands. Ecosphere 3:1-19. 

Miller, Nicholas, John Wagner, and Tom Bernthal. 2013. An ecosystem service-based watershed approach to wetland conservation in the Great Lakes basin. National Wetlands Newsletter 35(1): 14-17, 29. 

Opperman, J. J. 2012. Power generation and ecosystem restoration: United States (Penobscot River Basin, Maine). Pages 99-100 in Sungin Kang et al., editor. Water and Green Growth. Ministry of Land, Transport, and Marine Affairs, Government of the Republic of Korea. 

Opperman, J. J. 2012. A conceptual model for floodplains in the Sacremento-San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 10. 

Owens, Katie and Sara Gottlieb. 2013. Encouraging a Watershed-Based Approach to Mitigation Planning in the Etowah River Watershed. National Wetlands Newsletter 35(1). 

Palmer, Sally. 2013. Linking Conservation Priorities to Wetland and Stream Mitigation Decisions: A Watershed Planning Approach for the Stones River Watershed, Tennessee. National Wetlands Newsletter 35(1). 

Price, J., J. Silbernagel, N. Miller, R. Swaty, M. White, & K. Nixon. 2012. Eliciting Expert Knowledge to Inform Landscape Modeling of Conservation Scenarios. Ecological Modelling 229. 

Rubbo, M.J., Belden, L.K., Storrs, S.I., Cole, J.J., and J.M. Kiesecker. 2012. Species loss in the brown world: are heterotrophic systems inherently stable? Aquatic Sciences (2012) 74:397­404 

Salick, Jan, and Robert K. Moseley. 2012. Khawa Karpo: Tibetan Traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservation. St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Missouri Botanical Garden Press. 

SeavyN.E., T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, D. Jongsmijt,R. Kelsey, S. Matsumoto, S. Paine and D. Stralberg. 2012. Integrating wildlife habitat suitability indices into a conservation planning framework for the San Joaquin River, California. Natural Areas Journal 32:420-426. 

Shuey, J.A and J Szymanski. 2012. Modified Pollard transects do not predict estimated daily population size for the secretive butterfly, Neonympha mitchellii mitchellii French. Journal Lepidopterists’ Soc. Volume 66: 221-224. 

Shuey, J.A., E.H. Metzler, and K. Tungesvick, 2012.  Moth communities correspond with plant communities in Midwestern (Indiana, USA) sand prairies and oak barrens and their degradation endpoints. American Midland Naturalist, 167: 273-284. 

Shuey, J.A. and R. Anderson 2011.  Carystoides “mexicana” Freeman, a species and genus new to Cuba and the Caribbean (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae). Journal Lepidopterists’ Soc. Volume 65:194-196 

Wilkinson, Jessica, Mark P. Smith, and Nicholas Miller. 2013. The watershed approach: Lessons learned through a collaborative effort. National Wetlands Newsletter 35(1): 9-13. 

Zedler, J.B., J.M. Doherty & N.A. Miller. 2012. Shifting restoration policy to address landscape change, novel ecosystems, and monitoring. Ecology and Society 17(4) 

November 2012

Beck, M.W. and C.C. Shepard. 2012. Coastal habitats and risk reduction. In World Risk Report 2012, pp. 32-41. Alliance Development Works: Berlin.

Bottrill, M.C., M. Mills, R.L. Pressey, E.T. Game, and C. Groves. 2012. Evaluating perceived benefits of ecoregional assessments. Conservation Biology 26(5):851-861.

Emery, S. M., P.J. Doran, J.T. Legge, M. Kleitch, and S. Howard. 2012. Aboveground and belowground impacts following removal of the invasive species baby's breath (Gypsophila paniculata) on Lake Michigan sand dunes. Restoration Ecology doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2012.00915.x

Flory, S.L., K.A. Lorenz, D.R. Gordon and L.E. Sollenberger. 2012. Experimental approaches for evaluating the invasion risk of biofuel crops. Environmental Research Letters 7(4) 045904. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/045904.

Gilmer, B. and Z. Ferdaña. 2012. Developing a framework for assessing coastal vulnerability to sea level rise in Southern New England, USA. In K. Otto-Zimmermann (ed.), Resilient Cities 2: Cities and Adaptation to Climate Change Proceedings of the Global Forum 2011, Local Sustainability 2, © Springer Science +Business Media B.V. 2012.

Guse, R. and K. Feuerbacher. 2012. Performance of satellite data sets in monitoring burn events on the Refugio-Goliad Prairie Landscape. Fire Management Today 72(3):29-37.

Hess, A.N., M.J. Falkowski, C.R. Webster, A.J. Storer, A. Pocewicz, and S. Martinuzzi. 2013. Employing lidar data to identify butterfly habitat characteristics of four contrasting butterfly species across a diverse landscape. Remote Sensing Letters 4(4):354-363.

Kachmar, Jon L. 2012 Restoration of tidal flow to salt marshes: The Maine Experience. In: Roman, Charles T., Burdick, David M., editors. Tidal Marsh Restoration: A Synthesis of Science and Management. Washington, DC: Island Press; p. 183-190.

Kareiva, P. and M. Marvier. 2012. What is conservation science? Bioscience 62(11).

Muste, M., J. Filipiak, and C. Spitzack. 2011. Iowa UNESCO-HELP: From capacity building to on-the- ground action. Journal of Hydrological Environment 7(1):159-164.

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Parker, S. 2012. Small reserves can successfully preserve rare plants despite management challenges. Natural Areas Journal 32:403–411. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3375/043.032.0409

Polasky, S., K. Johnson, B. Keeler, K. Kovacs, E. Nelson, D. Pennington, A.J. Plantinga, and J. Withey. 2012. Are investments to promote biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services aligned? Oxford Review of Economic Policy 28(1):139-163.

Schilling, K.E., C. S. Jones, A.Seeman, E. Bader, and J. Filipiak. 2012. Nitrate-nitrogen patterns in engineered catchments in the upper Mississippi River basin. Ecological Engineering 42:1-9.

Sillett, T. S., R. B. Chandler, J. A. Royle, M. Kéry, and S. A. Morrison. 2012. Hierarchical distance sampling models to estimate population size and habitat-specific abundance of an island endemic. Ecological Applications 22:1997-2006.

Yoon, J., T. S. Sillett, S.A. Morrison, and C. K. Chalambor. 2012. Breeding density, not life history, predicts interpopulation differences in territorial aggression in a passerine bird. Animal Behaviour 84: 515-521.

Zu Ermgassen, P. S., M.D. Spalding, B. Blake, L.D. Coen, B. Dumbauld, S. Geiger, S., ... & R. Brumbaugh. 2012. Historical ecology with real numbers: past and present extent and biomass of an imperilled estuarine habitat. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279(1742): 3393-3400.

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Agostini, V. N., H.S. Grantham, J. Wilson, S. Mangubhai, C. Rotinsulu, N. Hidayat, A. Muljadi, Muhajir, M. Mongdong, A. Darmawan, L. Rumetna, M.V. Erdmann, and H.P. Possingham. 2012. Achieving fisheries and conservation objectives within marine protected areas: Zoning the Raja Ampat network. The Nature Conservancy, Indo-Pacific Division, Denpasar. Report No 2/12. 71 pp.

Fisher, J. and B. Dills. 2012. Do private conservation activities match science-based conservation priorities? PLoS ONE 7(9): e46429. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046429

Hastings, J., S. Thomas, V. Burgener, K. Gjerde, D. Laffoley, R. Salm et al. 2012. Safeguarding the blue planet: Six strategies for accelerating ocean protection. Parks 18(1).

Kendy, E., C. Apse, and K. Blann. 2012. A practical guide to environmental flows for policy and planning, with nine case studies from the United States. The Nature Conservancy.

Kendy, E., M.P. Smith, J. Higgins, G. Benjamin, T. Hawes, K. Lutz, D. McGrath, and M. Reuter. 2012. TNC’s whole-system freshwater conservation projects. Email ekendy@tnc.org.

Keppel, G., C. Morrison, H. Hardcastle, I.A. Rounds, I.K. Wilmott, F. Hurahura, and P.K. Shed. 2012. Conservation in tropical Pacific Island countries: Case studies of successful programmes. Parks 18(1).

Konisky, R.A. 2012. Role of simulation models in understanding the salt marsh restoration process. In C.T. Roman & D. M. Burdick, eds., Tidal Marsh Restoration: A Synthesis of Science and Management. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Maypa, A.P., A.T. White, E. Canares, R. Martinez, R.L. Eisma-Osorio, P. Allno, and D. Apistar. 2012. Marine protected area management effectiveness: Progress and lessons in the Philippines. Coastal Management 40(5):510-524.

Minckley, T.A., D.S. Turner, and S.R. Weinstein. In press. The relevance of wetland conservation in arid regions: A re-examination of vanishing communities in the American Southwest. Journal of Arid Environments.

Rau, G.H., E.L. Mcleod, and O. Hoegh-Guldberg. 2012. The need for new ocean conservation strategies in a high-carbon dioxide world. Nature Climate Change 2(9).

Redford, K.H., C. Groves, R.A. Medellin, and J.G. Robinson. 2012. Conservation stories, conservation science, and the role of the intergovernmental platform on biodiversity and ecosystem services. Conservation Biology 26(5):757-9.

Schilling, K.E., C.S. Jones, A. Seeman, E. Bader, and J. Filipiak. 2012. Nitrate-nitrogen patterns in engineered catchments in the upper Mississippi River basin. Ecological Engineering 42:1-9.

Shinneman, D.J., B.J. Palik, and M.W. Cornett. 2012. Can landscape-level ecological restoration influence fire risk? A spatially-explicit assessment of a northern temperate-southern boreal forest landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 274:126-135.

van Lavieren, H., M. Spalding, D. Alongi, M. Kainuma, M. Clüsener-Godt, and Z. Adeel, 2012. Securing the Future of Mangroves. A Policy Brief. Hamilton, Canada: UNU-INWEH, UNESCO MAB with ISME, ITTO, FAO, UNEP WCMC and TNC.

van Woesik, R., P. Houk, A.L. Isechal, J.W. Idechong, S. Victor, and Y. Golbuu. 2012. Climate-change refugia in the sheltered bays of Palau: analogs of future reefs. Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/ece3.363.

White, M.A. 2012. Long-term effects of deer browsing: Composition, structure and productivity in a northeastern Minnesota old-growth forest. Forest Ecology and Management 269:222-228.

Withey, J.C., J. J. Lawler, S. Polasky, A.J. Plantinga, E.J. Nelson, P. Kareiva et al. 2012. Maximising return on conservation investment in the coterminous USA. Ecology Letters doi: 10.1111/j. 1461-0248.2012.01847.x.

Wong-Perez, K.J. and C.L. Thaler. 2012. Measuring the success of the Management Capacity Building Program for marine protected areas in the Gulf of California. Knowledge Management for Development Journal 8(1):93-104.

September 2012

Craine, J.M., T.W. Ocheltree, J.B. Nippert, E.G. Towne, A.M. Skibbe, S.W. Kembel, and J.E. Fargione. 2012. Global diversity of drought tolerance and grassland climate-change resilience. Nature Climate Change 2(9).

Rau, G.H., E.L. Mcleod, and O. Hoegh-Guldberg. 2012. The need for new ocean conservation strategies in a high-carbon dioxide world. Nature Climate Change 2(9).

Withey, J.C., J. J. Lawler, S. Polasky, A.J. Plantinga, E.J. Nelson, P. Kareiva et al. 2012. Maximising return on conservation investment in the coterminous USA. Ecology Letters doi: 10.1111/j. 1461-0248.2012.01847.x.

August 2012

Cross, M.S., E.S. Zavaleta, D. Bachelet, M.L. Brooks, C.A.F. Enquist, E. Fleishman, L. Graumlich, C.R. Groves et al. 2012. The Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) framework: A tool for incorporating climate change into natural resource management. Environmental Management 50(3):341-51.

Fargione, J., J. Kiesecker, M.J. Slaats, and S. Olimb. 2012. Wind and wildlife in the Northern Great Plains: Identifying low-impact areas for wind development. PLoS ONE 7(7): e41468. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0041468.

Gordon, D.R., C.A. Gantz, C.L. Jerde, W.L. Chadderton, R.P. Keller, and P.D. Champion. 2012. Weed risk assessment for aquatic plants: Modification of a New Zealand system for the United States. PLOS ONE 7(7): e40031. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040031

Kroeger, T. 2012. The quest for the “optimal” payment for environmental services program: Ambition meets reality, with useful lessons. Forest Policy and Economics, doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2012.06.007.

Mangubhai, S., M.V. Erdman, J.R. Wilson, C.L. Huffard, F. Ballamu, N.I. Hidayat, C. Hitipeuw, M.E. Lazuardi, Muhajir, D. Pada, G. Purba, C. Rotinsulu, L. Rumetna, K. Sumolang, and W. Wen. In press. Papuan Bird’s Head Seascape: Emerging threats and challenges in the global center of marine biodiversity. Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Martin, E.H., C. Kelleher and T. Wagener. 2012. Has urbanization changed ecological streamflow characteristics in Maine (USA)? Hydrological Sciences Journal 57(6):1-18.

Sanjayan, M., L.H. Samberg, T. Boucher, and J. Newby. 2012. Intact faunal assemblages in the modern era. Conservation Biology 26(4):724-730. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2012.01881.x

Shanley, C.S., S. Pyare and W.P. Smith. 2013. Response of an ecological indicator to landscape composition and structure: Implications for functional units of temperate rainforest ecosystems. Ecological Indicators 24: 68-74.

Thieme, M.L., J. Rudulph, J. Higgins, and J.A. Takats. In press. Protected areas and freshwater conservation: A survey of protected area managers in the Tennessee and Cumberland River Basins, USA. Journal of Environmental Management.

June/July 2012

Drever, C.R., M.C. Drever and D.J.H. Sleep. 2012. Understanding rarity: A review of recent conceptual advances and implications for conservation of rare species. The Forestry Chronicle 88(2):165-175.

zu Ermgassen, P., M. Spalding, B. Blake, L. Coen, B. Dumbauld, S. Gieger, J. Grabowski, R. Grizzle, M. Luckenbach, K. McGraw, W. Rodney, J. Reusink, S. Powers and R. Brumbaugh. 2012. Historical ecology with real numbers: past and present extent and biomass of an imperiled estuarine habitat. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi:10.1098/rspb.2012.0313.

Frischie, S.L. and H.I. Rowe. 2012. Replicating life cycle of early-maturing species in the timing of restoration seeding improves establishment and community diversity. Restoration Ecology 20(2):188-193.

Goldman-Benner, R.L., S. Benitez, A. Calvache, G. Daily, P. Kareiva, T. Kroeger and A. Ramos. 2012. Water funds and payments for ecosystem services: Practice learns from theory and theory can learn from practice. ORYX 46(1):55-63.

Halpern, C. B., R. D. Haugo, J. A. Antos, S. S. Kaas, and A. L. Kilanowski. 2012. Grassland restoration with and without fire: evidence from a tree-removal experiment. Ecological Applications 22:425-441.

Kroeger, T. 2012. Species conservation value of private non-industrial forestland. In Escobedo, F. and N. Timilsina (eds.)., Final Report – Stewardship Ecosystem Services Survey Project (pp. 93-142). Gainesville: University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.

Piazza, B.P. and M.K. La Peyre. 2012. Measuring changes in consumer resource availability to riverine pulsing in Breton Sound, Louisiana, USA. PLoS ONE 7(5): e37536. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0037536.

May 2012

Butchart, S.H.M., J.P.W. Scharlemann, M.I. Evans, S.Q.S. Aricò, J. Arinaitwe, M. Balman, L.A. Bennun, B. Bertzky, C. Besancon. T.M. Boucher et al. 2012. Protecting important sites for biodiversity contributes to meeting global conservation targets. PLoS One 7(3): e32529. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032529.

DeFries, R., E. Ellis, F. S. Chapin III, P. Matson, B. L. Turner II, Arun Agrawal, P. Crutzen, C. Field, P. Gleick, P. Kareiva et al. 2012. Planetary Opportunities: A Social Contract for Global Change Science to Contribute to a Sustainable Future. BioScience.

Ehrlich, P, P. Kareiva and G. C. Daily. 2012. Securing natural capital and expanding equity to rescale civilization. Nature, in press.

Fitzsimons, J. 2012 Cows, cockies and atlases: Use and abuse of biodiversity monitoring in environmental decision making. In: Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia (eds D.B. Lindenmayer & P. Gibbons) pp. 91–99. Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.

Liermann, C.R., C. Nilsson, J. Robertson, and R.Y. Ng. 2012. Implications of dam obstruction for global freshwater fish diversity. Bioscience 62(6):539-548.

Lindenmayer, D.B., P. Gibbons, M. Bourke, M. Burgman, C.R. Dickman, S. Ferrier, J. Fitzsimons, D. Freudenberger, S.T. Barnett, C. Groves, R.J. Hobbs, R. T. Kingsford, C. Krebs, S. Legge, A.J. Lowe, R. McLean, J. Montambault, H. Possingham et al. 2012. Improving biodiversity monitoring. Austral Ecology 37:285-294.

Montambault, J., and C. Groves. 2012. Making monitoring work: Lessons from The Nature Conservancy. In D. Lindenmayer and P. Gibbons (eds.), Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia (ch. 15). Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: CSIRO Publishing.

Putz, F.E., Zuidema, P.A., T. Synnott, M. Pena-Claros, M.A. Pinard, D. Sheil, J.K. Vanclay, P.Sist, S. Gourlet-Fleury, B. Griscom, J. Palmer, and R. Zagt. 2012. Sustaining conservation values in the selectively logged tropical forests: The attained and the attainable. Conservation Letters DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X. 2012.00242.x.

April 2012

Anadón J.D., C. D’Agrosa, A. Gondor, and L.R. Gerber. 2011. Quantifying the spatial ecology of wideranging marine species in the Gulf of California: Implications for marine conservation planning. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28400. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028400

Groves, C., E.T. Game, M.G. Anderson, M. Cross, C. Enquist, Z. Ferdana, E. Girvetz, A. Gondor, K. R. Hall, J. Higgins, R. Marshall, K. Popper, S. Schill, and S.L. Shafer. 2012. Incorporating climate change into systematic conservation planning. Biodiversity Consevation DOI 10.1007/s10531-012-0269-3.

Lombard, K.B., D. Tomassi, and J. Ebersole. 2012. Long-term management of an invasive plant: lessons from seven years of Phragmites australis control. Northeast Natural History Conference 2011: Selected Papers. Northeastern Naturalist 19 (Special Issue 6):181-193.

Kram, M. C. Bedford, M. Durnin, Y. Luo, K. Rokpelnis, B. Roth, N. Smith, Y. Wang, G. Yu, Q. Yu, and X. Zhao. 2012. Protecting China’s biodiversity: A guide to land use, land tenure and land protection tools. Beijing: The Nature Conservancy.

McCarthy, P. D. 2012. Climate change adaptation for people and nature: A case study from the U.S. Southwest. Adv. Clim. Change Res. 3(1). doi: 10.3724/SP.J.1248.2012.00022.

Pocewicz, A., M. Nielsen-Pincus, G. Brown, and R. Schnitzer. 2012. An evaluation of Internet versus paper-based methods for Public Participation Geographic Information Systems (PPGIS). Transactions in GIS 16(1):39-53.

Putz, F.E., Zuidema, P.A., T. Synnott, M. Pena-Claros, M.A. Pinard, D. Sheil, J.K. Vanclay, P.Sist, S. Gourlet-Fleury, B. Griscom, J. Palmer, and R. Zagt. 2012. Sustaining conservation values in the selectively logged tropical forests: The attained and the attainable. Conservation Letters DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00242.x.

March 2012

Ganz, D.J., D.S. Saah, J. Blockhus, and C. Leisher. 2012. Ecology-poverty considerations for developing sustainable biomass energy options. Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction 279-298.

Green, S.J., A.T. White, P. Christie, S. Kilarski, A.B.T. Meneses et al. 2011. Emerging marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle: Lessons and way forward. Conservation and Society 9(3):173-88.

Hamilton R.J., Giningele M., Aswani S. and Ecochad J. 2012. Fishing in the dark — local knowledge, night spearfishing and spawning aggregations in the Western Solomon Islands. Biological Conservation.145(1):246-257.

Johnston, P., G. Labrado, R-L Eisma-Osorio, P. Christie, and A. White. 2010. Marine protected area networking training handbook. Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation: Cebu City, Philippines.

Leisher, C., S. Hess, T.M. Boucher, P. van Beukering, and M. Sanjayan. 2012. Measuring the Impacts of Community-based Grasslands Management in Mongolia's Gobi. PLoS ONE 7(2): e30991. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030991.

Leisher, C., S.Mangubhai, S. Hess, H. Widodo, T. Soekirman, S. Tjoe, S. Wawiyai, S.N. Larsen, L. Rumetna, A. Halim, and M. Sanjayan. 2012. Measuring the benefits and costs of community education and outreach in marine protected areas. Marine Policy 36(5):1005-1011.

Walsh, S.M., S.L. Hamilton, B.I. Ruttenberg, M.K. Donovan, and S.A. Sandin. 2012. Fishing top predators indirectly affects condition and reproduction in a reef-fish community. Journal of Fish Biology 80:519-37.

February 2012

Elsner, W.K., Mitchell, A.T. & Fitzsimons, J.A. 2012. Distribution of the long-footed potoroo (Potorous longipes) and spot-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) in the Goolengook Forest, East Gippsland, Victoria. Australian Mammalogy doi.org/10.1071/AM11026

Erdman, C.S., H.A. Hendrixson, and N.T. Rudd. 2011. Larval sucker distribution and condition before and after large-scale restoration at the Williams River delta, Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Western North American Naturalist 71(4):472-480.

Fitzsimons, J.A. and Thomas, J.L. 2011. Fiji’s collared kingfishers (Todiramphus chloris vitensis) do hunt for fish in inland waters. Notornis 58:163-164.

Fitzsimons, J.A., Thomas, J.L. & Argeloo, M. 2011. Occurrence and distribution of established and new introduced bird species in north Sulawesi, Indonesia. Forktail 27:23-28.

Fitzsimons, J., Russell-Smith, J., James, G., Vigilante, T., Lipsett-Moore, G., Morrison, J. & Looker, M. 2012. Insights into the biodiversity and social benchmarking components of the Northern Australian fire management and carbon abatement programmes. Ecological Management & Restoration 13:51-57. doi:10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00624.x

Halliday, L. Castley, J.G., Fitzsimons, J.A., Tran, C., &. Warken, J. 2012. Fire management on private conservation lands: Knowledge, perceptions and actions of landholders in eastern Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire doi.org/10.1071/WF10148.

Hennon, P.E., D.V. D'Amore, P.G. Schaberg, D.T. Wittwer, and C.S. Shanley. 2012. Shifting climate, altered niche, and a dynamic conservation strategy for Yellow-cedar in the North Pacific Coastal Rainforest. BioScience 62:147-158.

Kulbicki, M., J. Beets, P. Chabanet, K. Cure, E. Darling, S.R. Floeter, R. Galzin, A. Green et al. 2012. Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges: Implications for the Atlantic invasion. Marine Ecology Progress Series 446:189-205.

Parker S.S., E.W. Seabloom, and J.P. Schimel. 2012. Grassland community composition drives smallscale spatial patterns in soil properties and processes. Geoderma 170:269-279.

Schill, S.R., J.E. Knowles, G. Rowlands, S. Margles, V. Agostini, and R. Blyther. 2011. Coastal benthic habitat mapping to support marine resource planning and management in St. Kitts and Nevis. Geography Compass 5(12):898–917.

Turner, M.D., A.A. Ayantunde, K.P. Patterson, and E.D. Patterson. In press. Conflict management, decentralization and agropastoralism in dryland West Africa. World Development.

White, M. 2012. Long-term effects of deer browsing: Composition, structure and productivity in a northeastern Minnesota old-growth forest. Forest Ecology and Management 269:222-228. 

January 2012

Abell, R., M. Thieme, T. H. Ricketts, N. Olwero, R. Ng, P. Petry, E. Dinerstein, C. Revenga & J. M. Hoekstra. 2011. Concordance of freshwater and terrestrial biodiversity. Conservation Letters 4: 127-136.

Albert, J. S., Carvalho, T. P. Petry, P., Holder, M. A., Maxime, E. L., Espino, J., et al. (2011) Aquatic biodiversity in the Amazon: Habitat specialization and geographic isolation promote species richness. Animals 1(2): 205-241.

Albert, J. S., P. Petry, and R. E. Reis. 2011. Major biogeographic and phylogenetic patterns. In J.S. Albert and R. E. Reis, eds. (pp. 21-58), Historical Biogeography of Neotropical Freshwater Fishes. University of California Press: Berkeley.

Elseroad, A.C. and N.T. Rudd. 2011. Can Imazapic increase native species abundance in cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invaded native plant communities? Rangeland Ecology & Management 64(6):641-648.

T. Friedrich, A. Timmermann, A. Abe-Ouchi, N. R. Bates, M. O. Chikamoto, M. J. Church, J. E. Dore, D. K. Gledhill, M. González-Dávila, M. Heinemann, T. Ilyina, J. H. Jungclaus, E. McLeod, A. Mouchet & J. M. Santana-Casiano. 2012. Detecting regional anthropogenic trends in ocean acidification against natural variability. Nature Climate Change (early online publication).

Hamilton R.J. and Choat J.H. (2012). Bumphead parrotfish - Bolbometopon muricatum. In: Y.S. de Mitcheson and P.L. Colin (eds.), Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management, Springer, Fish & Fisheries Series 35:490-496. Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

Holman, M.L., R.G. Carey, and P.W. Dunwiddie. 2010. Effective strategies for landscape-scale weed control: A case study of the Skagit Knotweed Working Group, Washington. Natural Areas Journal 30(3):338-345.

Hamilton, R.J., Y. Sadovy de Mitcheson, and A. Aguilar-Perera. 2012. The role of local ecological knowledge in the conservation and management of reef fish spawning aggregations. In Y. Sadovy de Mitcheson and P.L. Colin (eds.), Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management, Fish and Fisheries Series 35:331-369. Springer Science+Busines Media B.V.

Knapp, J. J., T. Schuyler, K. N. Walker, N. L. Macdonald, and S. A. Morrison. 2011. Benefits of supporting plant and animal eradication projects with helicopters. Page 188-191. In Veitch, C. R., Clout, M.N. and Towns, D. R. (eds.) 2011. Island Invasives: Eradication and Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Auckland, New Zealand: CBB. xii + 542pp. Read it.

Leisher, C., R. Brouwer, T.M. Boucher, R. Vogelij, W.R. Bainbridge, and M. Sanjayan. 2011. Striking a balance: Socioeconomic development and conservation in grassland through community-based zoning. PLoS One 6(12): e28807.

Morrison, S.A. 2011. Trophic considerations in eradicating multiple pests. 2011. In Veitch, C. R., Clout, M. N. and Towns, D. R., eds. (pp. 208-212), Island Invasives: Eradication and Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Auckland, New Zealand: CBB. xii + 542pp. Read it.

Morrison, S. A.
, K. R. Faulkner, L. A. Vermeer, L. Lozier, and M. R. Shaw. 2011. The essential nonscience of eradication programmes: creating conditions for success. In Veitch, C. R., Clout, M. N. and Towns, D. R., eds. (pp. 461-66), Island Invasives: Eradication and Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Auckland, New Zealand:CBB. xii + 542pp. 

Morrison, S. A., T. S. Sillett, C. K. Ghalambor, J. W. Fitzpatrick, D. M. Graber, V. J. Bakker, R. Bowman, C. T. Collins, P. W. Collins, K. S. Delaney, D. F. Doak, W. D. Koenig, L. Laughrin, A. A. Lieberman, J. M. Marzluff, M. D. Reynolds, J. M. Scott, J. A. Stallcup, W. Vickers, and W. M. Boyce. 2011. Proactive conservation management of an island-endemic bird species in the face of global change. BioScience 61:1013–1021.

Nuckols, J.L., N.T. Rudd, E.A. Alverson and G. A. Voss. 2011. Comparison of burning and mowing treatments in a remnant Willamette Valley wet prairie, Oregon, 2001–2007. Northwest Science 85(2):303-316.

Obermeyer, B., R. Manes, J. Kiesecker, J. Fargione, and K. Sochi. 2011. Development by design: Mitigating wind development's impacts on wildlife in Kansas. PLoS ONE 6(10): e26698. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0026698.

Randall, J. M., K. R. Faulkner, C. Boser, C. Cory, P. Power, L. A. Vermeer, L. Lozier, and S. A. Morrison. 2011. Argentine ants on Santa Cruz Island, California: conservation issues and management options. In Veitch, C. R., Clout, M. N. and Towns, D. R., eds. (pp.108-113), Island Invasives: Eradication and Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Auckland, New Zealand: CBB. xii + 542pp. Read it.

Saunders, A., J. P. Parkes, A. Aguirre-Muñoz, and S. A. Morrison. 2011. Increasing the return on investments in island restoration. In Veitch, C. R., Clout, M. N. and Towns, D. R., eds. (pp. 492-95), Island Invasives: Eradication and Management. Proceedings of the International Conference on Island Invasives. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and Auckland, New Zealand: CBB. xii + 542pp. Read it.

Schloss CA , JJ Lawler , ER Larson , HL Papendick , MJ Case, DM Evans, JH DeLap, JGR Langdon, SA Hall, and BH McRae. 2011. Systematic conservation planning in the face of climate change: Bet-hedging on the Columbia Plateau. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28788. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028788

Shepard, C.C., V.N. Agostini, B. Gilmer, T. Allen, J. Stone, W. Brooks and M.W. Beck. 2011. Assessing future risk: Quantifying the effects of sea level rise on storm surge risk for the southern shores of Long Island, New York. Natural Hazards 60(2):727-745.

Téllez, P., P.Petry, T. Walschburger, J. Higgins & C. Apse. 2011. Portafolio de Conservación de Agua Dulce para la Cuenca del Magdalena – Cauca. Programa NASCA, The Nature Conservancy & Cormagdalena. 202 pp. Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

November 2011


Green, S.J., A.T. White, P. Christie, S. Kilarski, A.B.T. Meneses, G. Samonte-Tan, L.B. Karrer, H. Fox, S. Campbell, and J.D. Claussen. 2011. Emerging marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle: Lessons and way forward. Conservation and Society 9(3):173-188.

Hang-gi Wong, M., C.Q. Duan, Y.C. Long, Y. Luo, and G.Q. Xie. 2010. How will the distribution and size of subalpine abies georgei forest respond to climate change? A study in Northwest Yunnan, China. Physical Geography 31:319-335. DOI: 10.2747/0272-3646.31.4.319.

Johnson, T. N., P. L. Kennedy, T. DelCurto, and R.V. Taylor. 2011. Bird community responses to cattle stocking rates in a Pacific Northwest bunchgrass prairie. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 144:338-346. Read it

King, D.I., C.C. Chandler, J.H. Rappole, R.B. Chandler, and D.W. Mehlman. 2011. Establishing quantitative habitat targets for a “critical endangered” neotropical migrant (Golden-cheeked warbler dendroica chriysoparia) during the non-breeding season. Bird Conservation International doi:10.1017/

October 2011

Ban, N.C., V. M. Adams, G. R. Almany, S. Ban, J.E. Cinner, L.J. McCook, M. Mills, R.L. Pressey, and A. White. 2011. Designing, implementing and managing marine protected areas: Emerging trends and opportunities for coral reef nations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2011.07.023.

Carroll, C., B.H. McRae, and A. Brookes. 2011. Use of linkage mapping and centrality analysis across habitat gradients to conserve connectivity of gray wolf populations in western North America. Conservation Biology DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2011.01753.x

Golet G.H., J. Hunt, and D. Koenig. 2011. Decline and recovery of small mammals after flooding: Implications for pest management and floodplain community dynamics. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1588.

Haugo, R.D., C.B. Halpern, and J.D. Bakker. 2011. Landscape context and long-term tree influences shape the dynamics of forest-meadow ecotones in mountain ecosystems. Ecosphere 2:art91. Read it

Hedgcock, C., and D. Turner. 2011. Documenting diversity: The Madrean Archipelago Biodiversity Assessment (MABA). Journal of Biocommunication 37(1):E3-6.

Hess, S., S.N. Larsen, and C. Leisher. 2011. TNC Raja Ampat marine protect area perception monitoring trend analysis. The Nature Conservancy/Asia-Pacific  Conservation Marine Program.

September 2011


Beier, P., Spencer, W., Baldwin R.F. and McRae, B.H. 2011. Toward Best Practices for Developing Regional Connectivity Maps. Conservation Biology.  

Benson, S.R., T. Eguchi, D. G. Goley, K. A. Forney, H. Bailey, C. Hitipeuw, B.P. Samber, R.F. Tapilatu, V. Rei, P. Ramhoia, J. Pita, and P. H. Dutton. 2011. Large-scale movements and high-use areas of western Pacific leatherback turtles, Dermochelys coriacea. Ecosphere 2(7):art84. doi:10.1890/ES11-00053.1

Goldberg, Caren S., A. Pocewicz, M. Nielsen-Pincus, L.P. Waits, P. Morgan, J.E. Force, and L.A. Vierling. 2011. Predictions of ecological and social implications of alternative residential development policies to inform decision making in a rural landscape. Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/j.1755-263X. 2011.00194.x

Mangubhai, S., M. Saleh, Suprayitno, A. Muljadi, Purwanto, K. L. Rhodes, and K. Tjandra. 2011. Do not stop: The importance of seamless monitoring and enforcement in an Indonesian marine protected area. Journal of Marine Biology doi:10.1155/2011/501465

Safner,T., M.P. Miller, B.H. McRae, M.-J. Fortin, and S. Manel. 2011. Comparison of Bayesian clustering and edge detection methods for inferring boundaries in landscape genetics. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 12(2): 865-889. Read it  

August 2011

Argeloo, M. and J. Fitzsimons. 2011. Predation of a small passerine by the Purple-winged Roller (Coracias temminckii), an endemic species of Sulawesi. Kukila 15: 115-117.

Bachelet, D., B.R. Johnson, S. D. Bridgham, P. V. Dunn, H. E. Anderson, and B. M. Rogers. 2011. Climate change impacts on western Pacific Northwest prairies and savannas. Northwest Science 85(2): 411-429. Read it

Christy, J.A. and E. R. Alverson. 2011. Historical vegetation of the Willamette Valley, Oregon, circa 1850. Northwest Science 85(2):93-107. Read it

Dennehy, C., E. R. Alverson, H. E. Anderson, D. R. Clements, R. Gilbert, and T. N. Kaye. 2011. Management strategies for invasive plants in Pacific Northwest prairies,  savannas, and oak woodlands. 2011. Northwest Science 85(2):329-351. Read it

Fazzino, L., H.E. Kirkpatrick, and C. Fimbel. 2011. Comparison of hand-pollinated and naturallypollinated Puget Balsamroot (Balsamorhiza deltoidea Nutt.) to determine pollinator limitations on South Puget Sound lowland prairies. 2011. Northwest Science 85(2):352-360. Read it

Fitzsimons, J.A. 2011. Mislabeling marine protected areas and why it matters — a case study of Australia. Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00186.x.

Fitzsimons, J.A. (2011) Predation on a blotched bluetongue lizard (Tiliqua nigroletea) by a highlands copperhead (Austrelaps ramsayi) in the Blue Mountains, Australia. Herpetology Notes 4:259-260.

Fitzsimons, J.A. (2011) Southward range expansion of the Mourning Gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris) on mainland Australia and nearshore islands. Australian Zoologist 35:619-621.

Fitzsimons, J.A. & Antos, M.J. (2011) Ecological notes on the East Gippsland Burrowing Crayfish (Engaeus orientalis), including burrow structure and associated fauna. Australian Zoologist 35: 853-857.

July 2011

Escobedo, F. J., T. Kroeger, and J. E. Wagner. 2011. Urban forests and pollution mitigation: Analyzing ecosystem services and disservices. Environmental Pollution 159:2078-2087. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0269749111000327

Halpern, B.S., J. Diamond, S. Gaines. S. Gelcich, M. Gleason, S. Jennings, S. Lester, A. Mace, L. McCook, K. McLeod, N. Napoli, K. Rawson, J. Rice, A. Rosenberg, M. Ruckelshaus, B. Saier, P. Sandifer, A. Sholtz, and A. Zivian. 2011. Near-term priorities for the science, policy and practice of coastal and marine spatial planning (CMSP). Marine Policy. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2011.01.010

Konrad, C.P., A. Warner, and J. V. Higgins. 2011. Evaluating dam re-operation for freshwater conservation in the Sustainable Rivers Project. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.1524

Obura D.O., G. Stone, S. Mangubhai, S. Bailey, A. Yoshinaga, C. Holloway, and R. Barrel. 2011. Baseline marine biological surveys of the Phoenix Islands, July 2000. Atoll Research Bulletin 589: 1–62. Read the PDF

Obura D., S. Mangubhai, and A. Yoshinaga. 2011. Sea turtles of the Phoenix Islands, 2000-2002. Atoll Research Bulletin 589:119–124. 

Ruttenberg B.I., S.L. Hamilton, S.M. Walsh, M.K. Donovan, A. Friedlander, et al. 2011. Predator- induced demographic shifts in coral reef fish assemblages. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21062. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0021062 http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0021062

Saha, S., K. Bradley, M.S. Ross, P. Hughes, T. Wilmers, P. L. Ruiz, and C. Bergh. 2011. Hurricane effects on subtropical pine rocklands of the Florida Keys. Climatic Change 107:169-84. DOI 10.1007/ s10584-011-0081-1 Read the PDF

Zhang, K., J. Dittmar, M. Ross, and C. Bergh. 2011. Assessment of sea level rise impacts on human population and real property in the Florida Keys. Climatic Change 107:129-146. DOI 10.1007/ s10584-011-0080-2 Read the PDF

June 2011

Game, E. T., G. Lipsett-Moore, E. Saxon, N. Peterson, and S. Sheppard. 2011. Incorporating climate change adaptation into national conservation assessments. Global Change Biology doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02457.x http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02457.x/abstract

Hamilton, R.J., T. Potuku, and J.R. Montambault. 2011. Community-based conservation results in the recovery of reef fish spawning aggregations in the Coral Triangle. Biological Conservation. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2011.03.024 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006320711001182

Millington, J.D.A., M.B. Walters, M.S. Matonis, E.J. Laurent, K.R. Hall, and J. Liu. In press. Combined longterm effects of variable tree regeneration and timber management on forest songbirds and timber production. Forest Ecol. Management doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2011.05.002 csis.msu.edu/sites/csis.msu.edu/files/sdarticle.pdf

May 2011

Geselbracht L., K. Freeman, E. Kelly, D.R. Gordon, and F.E. Putz. Retrospective and prospective model simulations of sea level rise impacts on Gulf of Mexico coastal marshes and forests in Waccasassa Bay, Florida. 2011. Climatic Change Read the abstract and PDF

Gordon, D.R. and C.A. Gantz. 2011. Risk assessment for invasiveness differs for aquatic and terrestrial plant species. Biological Invasions. DOI: 10.1007/s10530-011-0002-2. Read the abstract and PDF

Hudgins, R., C. Norment, M.D. Schlesinger, and P.G. Novak. 2011. Habitat selection and dispersal of the cobblestone tiger beetle (Cicindela marginipennis Dejean) along the Genesee River, New York. American Midland Naturalist 165:304-318. Read the abstract and PDF

Fitzsimons, J.A., P. Peake, D. Frood, M. Mitchell, N. Withers, M. White and R. Webster. 2011. Flooding requirements for biodiversity values along the Victorian floodplain of the Murray Valley. Victorian Naturalist 128: 48-85. Read the abstract and PDF

McDonald, R.I., I. Doublas, C. Revenga, R. Hale, N. Grimm, J. Gronwall, and B. Fekete. 2011. Global urban growth and the geography of water availability, quality and delivery. Ambio 40(5):437-446, DOI: 10.1007/s13280-011-0152-6. http://www.springerlink.com/content/430v5l22w1285348/

Parker, S.S. and Schimel, J.P. 2011. Soil nitrogen availability and transformations differ between the summer and the growing season in a California grassland. Applied Soil Ecology 48:185–192. DOI: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2011.03.007

Peake, P., J. Fitzsimons, D. Frood, M. Mitchell, N. Withers, M. White, and R. Webster. 2011. A new approach to determining environmental flow requirements: Sustaining the natural values of floodplains of the southern Murray-Darling Basin. Ecological Management & Restoration 12: DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00581.x

Salomon, A.K., S.K. Gaichas, O.P. Jensen, V.N. Agostini, N.A. Sloan, J. Rice, T.R. McClanahan, M.H. Ruckelshaus, P.S. Levin, N.K. Dulvy, and E.A. Babcock. 2011. Bridging the divide between fisheries and marine conservation science. Bulletin of Marine Science 87(2):251-274. DOI: 10.5343/bms.2010.1089

Schlesinger, M.D., and P.G. Novak. 2011. Status and conservation of an imperiled tiger beetle fauna in New York State, USA. Journal of Insect Conservation. DOI: 10.1007/s10841-011-9382-y

 

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