• Publications
  • Influence
Disease in Metapopulation Models: Implications for Conservation
Several conservation measures are intended to enhance the movement of individuals among populations. These include the establishment of wildlife corridors, cap- tive breeding and release programs,Expand
  • 321
  • 29
Recommendations for Assessing the Effectiveness of Surrogate Species Approaches
Surrogate species approaches, including flagship, focal, keystone, indicator, and umbrella, are considered an effective means of conservation planning. For conservation biologists to apply surrogatesExpand
  • 162
  • 14
Communicating clearly about conservation corridors
Conflicting definitions lead to confusion when people communicate about ‘corridors’, particularly when they come from different disciplinary backgrounds. Usage of ‘corridor’ in game management,Expand
  • 166
  • 8
Biodiversity conservation in local planning.
Local land-use policy is increasingly being recognized as fundamental to biodiversity conservation in the United States. Many planners and conservation scientists have called for broader use ofExpand
  • 72
  • 7
Southern two-lined salamanders in urbanizing watersheds
Forested riparian buffers are an increasingly common method of mitigating the negative effects of impervious surface cover on water quality and wildlife habitat. We sampled larval southern two-linedExpand
  • 38
  • 7
Designing suburban greenways to provide habitat for forest-breeding birds
Abstract Appropriately designed, greenways may provide habitat for neotropical migrants, insectivores, and forest-interior specialist birds that decrease in diversity and abundance as a result ofExpand
  • 83
  • 5
Mammalian nest predators respond to greenway width, landscape context and habitat structure
Birds of conservation concern breed in suburban greenways, yet abundant populations of mammals that depredate bird nests might reduce nest success. We evaluated how three factors influenced theExpand
  • 65
  • 5
Planning open spaces for wildlife: I. Selecting focal species using a Delphi survey approach
Abstract In a world being transformed by human population growth, conservation biology has emerged as one discipline focused on preventing, mitigating, and reversing the loss of species, ecosystems,Expand
  • 144
  • 4
Just What is Sprawl, Anyway?
George R. Hess Phone: 919.515.7437North Carolina State University Fax: 919.515.8149Forestry Department E-mail: grhess@ncsu.eduRaleigh NC 2795-8002 Web: www4.ncsu.edu/~grhessSalinda S. Daley, Becky K.Expand
  • 38
  • 4