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Abstract Dispersal is a significant life-history trait of vagile species that affects the distribution and genetic structure of populations. Natal dispersal in birds is the movement of an individual… (More)
Understanding animal movements is fundamental to ecology and conservation, yet direct measurement of movements of birds is both challenging and costly. Raptor behavior and demography are especially… (More)
Estimating population size is fundamental to conservation and management. Population size is typically estimated using survey data, computer models, or both. Some of the most extensive and often… (More)
Restoration ecologists are tasked with the challenge of returning an ecological system to a configuration that approximates its natural state (Hobbs and Norton 1996, 2001). Restoring any altered… (More)
Ecologist who co-founded the discipline of macroecology.
Modeling Migration and Citizen-Science Data to Estimate Golden Eagle Abundance in Eastern North America Andrew J. Dennhardt Understanding animal movements is fundamental to ecology and conservation,… (More)
ABSTRACT Estimates of population abundance are important to wildlife management and conservation. However, it can be difficult to characterize the numbers of broadly distributed, low-density, and… (More)