Management Approaches – Research Methods

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Management Approaches

Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making. 2017. Charnley et al. Environ Sci and Policy. Link

Forest aesthetic indicators in sustainable forest management standards. 2017. Lim and Innes. CJFR. Link

Unmanned aerial systems for precision forest inventory purposes: A review and case study. 2017. Goodbody et al. Forestry Chronicle. Link

Using Social Network Measures in Wildlife Disease Ecology, Epidemiology, and Management. 2017. Silk et al. BioSci. Link

Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision Making. 2008. Dietz, T. and P. Stern (editors). US Natioanl Academies Press. Link

Assessing the impact of the US Endangered Species Act recovery planning guidelines on managing threats for listed species. 2015. Troyer, C. and L. Gerber. Conserv Biol 29(5): 1423–1433. Link.

 Research Methods

LiDAR as an Advanced Remote Sensing Technology to Augment Ecosystem Classification and Mapping. 2017. Campbell et al. J Ecosystems and Mgmt. Link

A meta-analysis of home range studies in the context of trophic levels: Implications for policy-based conservation. 2017. Fauvelle et al. PLoS ONE. Link

Accounting for false-positive acoustic detections of bats using occupancy models. 2014. Clement, M. et al.  J of Applied Ecol 51(5): 1460–1467. Link

Accounting for radiotelemetry signal flux in triangulation point estimation. 2007. Haskell, S. and W. Ballard. European J of Wildlife Research 53(3): 204-211. Link

Applications of step-selection functions in ecology and conservation. 2014. Thurfjell, H. et al. Movement Ecol 2: 4. Link

Best practices for use of stable isotope mixing models in food-web studies. 2014, Phillips, D. et al. Cdn J of Zoology 92(10): 823-835. Link

Bringing an ecological view of change to Landsat-based remote sensing. 2014. Kennedy, R. et al.
Frontiers in Ecol and the Environ 12(8): 339–346. Link

Citizen Science as a Distinct Field of Inquiry. 2015. Jordan, R. et al. BioSci 65(2): 208-211. Link 

Conservation Genomics of Threatened Animal Species. 2013. Steiner, C. et al. Annual Review of Animal Biosci 1: 261-281. Link

Detecting Stand-Replacing Disturbance using RapidEye Imagery: a Tasseled Cap Transformation and Modified Disturbance Index. 2014. Arnett, J. et al. Cdn J of Remote Sensing 40(1): 1-14. Link

Development of a digital infrared video camera system for recording and remote capturing. 2008. Huckschlag, D. European J of Wildlife Research 54(4): 651-655. Link

Ecology in the age of DNA barcoding: the resource, the promise and the challenges ahead. 2014. Joly, S. et al. Molecular Ecol Resources 14: 221–232. Link.

FatalityCMR: capture-recapture software to correct raw counts of wildlife fatalities using trial experiments for carcass detection probability and persistence time. 2014. Peron, G. and J.Hines. US-GS Techniques and Methods: 7-C11. Link

Influence of pitfall versus Longworth livetraps, bait addition, and drift fences on trap success and mortality of shrews. 2014. Stromgren, E. and T. Sullivan. Acta Theriologica 59: 203-210. Link

Measuring fecal steroids: Guidelines for practical application. 2005. Palme, R.   Annals of the NY Acad of Sciences 1046: 75-80.  Link

Use of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite measures in conservation biology research: Considerations for application and interpretation. 2004. Millspaugh, J. and B. Washburn. General And Comparative Endocrinology 138 (3): 189-199. Link

Methods in forest canopy research. 2012. Lowman, M. et al. U of California Press. Link

Recommended guiding principles for reporting on camera trapping research. 2014. Meek, P. et al. Biodiv and Conserv 23(9): 2321-2331. Link

Remote sensing and object-based techniques for mapping fine-scale industrial disturbances. 2014. Powers, R. et al. Internat J of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinfo 34: 51-57. Link

Satellite remote sensing for applied ecologists: opportunities and challenges. 2014. Pettorelli, N. et al. J of Applied Ecol 51(4): 839–848.  Link

Spatial Capture-Recapture. 2014. Royle, A. et al. Academic Press. Link

Temporal transferability of LiDAR-based imputation of forest inventory attributes. 2015. Fekety, P. et al. CJFR 45(4): 422-435.  Link

Using mark-recapture distance sampling methods on line transect surveys. 2014. Burt, M. et al. Methods in Ecol and Evol 5: 1180–1191. Link

Within-sample variation of fecal glucocorticoid measurements. 2003. Millspaugh, J. and B. Washburn. General And Comparative Endocrinology 132(1): 21-26. OTHER KEYWDS: deer. Link

Influence of volunteer and project characteristics on data quality of biological surveys. 2015. Lewandowski, E. and H. Specht. Conserv Biol 29(3): 713–723. Link.

Camera Trapping for Wildlife Research. 2016. Rovero and Zimmermann (editors). Pelagic Publishing. Link

CCTV [Closed-Circuit TV] for Wildlife Monitoring. 2016. Young. Pelagic Publishing. Link



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