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Small- and Big-game Management


Publications

2019
Farrell, A., G. M. Wang, J. A. Martin, J. L. Belant, A. B. Butler, S. Rush, D. Godwin. 2019. Machine learning of large-scale spatial distributions of wild turkeys with high-dimensional environmental data. Ecology and Evolution. Download

2019
Wang, G. M. 2019. Machine learning for inferring animal behavior from location and movement data. Ecological Informatics 49:69-76. Download

2019
Xingan, G. M. Wang. 2018. Spatiotemporal dynamics of mesocarnivore populations. Wildlife Biology. Download

2018
McConnell, M. D., A. P. Monroe, R. Chandler, W. E. Palmer, S. Wellendorf, L. W. Burger Jr., J. A. Martin. 2018. Factors influencing northern bobwhite recruitment with implications for population growth. Auk 135:1087-1099. Download

2017
Burger, L. W., Jr., T. V. Dailey, M. R. Ryan, E. Kurzejeski. 2017. Effect of temperature and wind on metabolism of northern bobwhite in winter. Proceedings of the National Quail Symposium 8:300-307. Download

2017
Davis, D., G.M. Wang, J. A. Martin, J. L. Belant, A. B. Butler, S. Rush, D. Godwin. 2017. Landscape-abundance relationships of male Eastern wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) in Mississippi, USA. Acta Ornithologica 52:127-139. Download

2017
Francis, R. A., J. D. Taylor, E. Dibble, B. K. Strickland, V. M. Petro, C. Easterwood, G. Wang. 2017. Restricted cross-scale habitat selection by American beavers. Current Zoology 63:703-710. Download

2017
McConnell, M. D., A. P. Monroe, L. W. Burger Jr., J. A. Martin. 2017. Timing of nest vegetation measurement affects its influence in nest survival studies: a simulation study. Ecology and Evolution (2017):1-12. Download

2017
Miller, R. S., W. E. Palmer, S. D. Wellendorf, L. W. Burger Jr. 2017. Foraging behavior of northern bobwhites in relation to resource availability. Proceedings of the National Quail Symposium 8:207-214. Download

2016
Michel, E.S., S. Demarais, B.K. Strickland, J.L. Belant, J.J. Millspaugh. 2016. Quantifying dominance of adult female white-tailed deer in the presence of abundant food. Behaviour 153:49-67. Download

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