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Window Area and Development Drive Spatial Variation in Bird-Window Collisions in an Urban Landscape
Collisions with windows are an important human-related threat to birds in urban landscapes. However, the proximate drivers of collisions are not well understood, and no study has examined spatialExpand
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Linking extinction–colonization dynamics to genetic structure in a salamander metapopulation
Theory predicts that founder effects have a primary role in determining metapopulation genetic structure. However, ecological factors that affect extinction–colonization dynamics may also createExpand
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Self‐organisation in streams: the relationship between movement behaviour and body condition in a headwater salamander
SUMMARY 1. When movement behaviour is correlated with traits affecting fitness, it may affect population performance directly, independent of extrinsic habitat conditions. 2. In a previous 3-year,Expand
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Connectivity of agroecosystems: dispersal costs can vary among crops
Knowledge of how habitat heterogeneity affects dispersal is critical for conserving connectivity in current and changing landscapes. However, we generally lack an understanding of how dispersal costsExpand
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Linking movement behaviour to dispersal and divergence in plethodontid salamanders
To better understand the evolutionary and ecological effects of dispersal, there is growing emphasis on the need to integrate direct data on movement behaviour into landscape‐scale analyses. However,Expand
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Wetland hydrology, area, and isolation influence occupancy and spatial turnover of the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta
Habitat area and isolation have been useful predictors of species occupancy and turnover in highly fragmented systems. However, habitat quality also can influence occupancy dynamics, especially inExpand
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Decoupling of genetic and phenotypic divergence in a headwater landscape
In stream organisms, the landscape affecting intraspecific genetic and phenotypic divergence is comprised of two fundamental components: the stream network and terrestrial matrix. These componentsExpand
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Scavenging affects persistence of avian carcasses resulting from window collisions in an urban landscape
Collisions with windows remain an important human-related threat to bird survival in urban landscapes. Accurately estimating the magnitude of avian mortality at windows is difficult and may beExpand
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Citizen science reveals widespread negative effects of roads on amphibian distributions
Landscape structure is important for shaping the abundance and distribution of amphibians, but prior studies of landscape effects have been species or ecosystem-specific. Using a large-scale, citizenExpand
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Surveying for bird carcasses resulting from window collisions: a standardized protocol
Collisions with building windows are thought to be a significant source of mortality for urban birds. Past studies on bird-window collisions have used a variety of survey methods to estimate theExpand
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