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Steven R. BEISSINGER
Steven R. BEISSINGER
Professor, U.C. Berkeley
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On the use of demographic models of population viability in endangered species management
SR Beissinger, MI Westphal
Journal of Wildlife Management 62, 821-841, 1998
13361998
Impact of a century of climate change on small-mammal communities in Yosemite National Park, USA
C Moritz, JL Patton, CJ Conroy, JL Parra, GC White, SR Beissinger
Science 322 (5899), 261-264, 2008
12772008
Limitations of captive breeding in endangered species recovery
NFR Snyder, SR Derrickson, SR Beissinger, JW Wiley, TB Smith, ...
Conservation biology 10 (2), 338-348, 1996
9681996
Identification of 100 fundamental ecological questions
WJ Sutherland, RP Freckleton, HCJ Godfray, SR Beissinger, T Benton, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (1), 58-67, 2013
9052013
Population viability analysis
SR Beissinger, DR McCullough
University of Chicago Press, 2002
8572002
Effects of urbanization on avian community organization
SR Beissinger, DR Osborne
Condor 84, 75-83, 1982
7301982
Birds track their Grinnellian niche through a century of climate change
MW Tingley, WB Monahan, SR Beissinger, C Moritz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (supplement_2), 19637-19643, 2009
7012009
Emerging issues in population viability analysis
JM Reed, LS Mills, JB Dunning Jr, ES Menges, KS McKelvey, R Frye, ...
Conservation biology 16 (1), 7-19, 2002
5772002
The push and pull of climate change causes heterogeneous shifts in avian elevational ranges
MW Tingley, MS Koo, C Moritz, AC Rush, SR Beissinger
Global Change Biology 18 (11), 3279-3290, 2012
4442012
Managing climate change refugia for climate adaptation
TL Morelli, C Daly, SZ Dobrowski, DM Dulen, JL Ebersole, ST Jackson, ...
PloS one 11 (8), e0159909, 2016
4392016
Detecting range shifts from historical species occurrences: new perspectives on old data
MW Tingley, SR Beissinger
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (11), 625-633, 2009
4292009
Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient
V Radchuk, T Reed, C Teplitsky, M van de Pol, A Charmantier, C Hassall, ...
Nature Communications 10, doi: 10.1038/s41467-019-10924-4, 2019
4132019
Hatching asynchrony and the onset of incubation in birds, revisited
SH Stoleson, SR Beissinger
Current Ornithology, 191-270, 1995
3711995
Detecting diversity: emerging methods to estimate species diversity
KJ Iknayan, MW Tingley, BJ Furnas, SR Beissinger
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (2), 97-106, 2014
3582014
Two‐species occupancy models: a new parameterization applied to co‐occurrence of secretive rails
OMW Richmond, JE Hines, SR Beissinger
Ecological applications 20 (7), 2036-2046, 2010
3492010
Minimum viable populations: is there a ‘magic number’for conservation practitioners?
CH Flather, GD Hayward, SR Beissinger, PA Stephens
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (6), 307-316, 2011
2992011
Nest poaching in Neotropical parrots
TF Wright, CA Toft, E Enkerlin‐Hoeflich, J Gonzalez‐Elizondo, M Albornoz, ...
Conservation biology 15 (3), 710-720, 2001
2942001
Species’ traits as predictors of range shifts under contemporary climate change: a review and meta‐analysis
SA MacLean, SR Beissinger
Global Change Biology 23, 4094-4105, 2017
2832017
Estimating abundance of unmarked animal populations: accounting for imperfect detection and other sources of zero inflation
FV Denes, LF Silveira, SR Beissinger
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (5), 543-556, 2015
2802015
Demography of the California Condor: implications for reestablishment
VJ Meretsky, NFR Snyder, SR Beissinger, DA Clendenen, JW Wiley
Conservation Biology 14 (4), 957-967, 2000
2322000
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