Adam D. Smith
Adam D. Smith
Quantitative Ecologist; US Fish & Wildlife Service
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Intrafeather and intraindividual variation in the stable-hydrogen isotope (δD) content of raptor feathers
AD Smith, K Donohue, AM Dufty Jr
The Condor 110 (3), 500-506, 2008
Variation in the stable-hydrogen isotope composition of Northern Goshawk feathers: relevance to the study of migratory origins
AD Smith, AM Dufty Jr
The Condor 107 (3), 547-558, 2005
Birds Select Fruits with More Anthocyanins and Phenolic Compounds During Autumn Migration
JA Bolser, RR Alan, AD Smith, L Li, NP Seeram, SR McWilliams
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125 (1), 97-108, 2013
What to do when stopping over: behavioral decisions of a migrating songbird during stopover are dictated by initial change in their body condition and mediated by key …
AD Smith, SR McWilliams
Behavioral Ecology 25 (6), 1423-1435, 2014
Deuterium measurements of raptor feathers: does a lack of reproducibility compromise geographic assignment?
AD Smith, CA Lott, JP Smith, KC Donohue, S Wittenberg, KLG Smith, ...
The Auk 126 (1), 41-46, 2009
Gradient boosting for distributional regression: faster tuning and improved variable selection via noncyclical updates
J Thomas, A Mayr, B Bischl, M Schmid, A Smith, B Hofner
Statistics and Computing 28 (3), 673-687, 2018
Fruit removal rate depends on neighborhood fruit density, frugivore abundance, and spatial context
AD Smith, SR McWilliams
Oecologia 174 (3), 931-942, 2014
Two seconds is all it takes: European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) increase levels of circulating glucocorticoids after witnessing a brief raptor attack
BC Jones, AD Smith, SE Bebus, SJ Schoech
Hormones and behavior 78, 72-78, 2016
Using nocturnal flight calls to assess the fall migration of warblers and sparrows along a coastal ecological barrier
AD Smith, PWC Paton, SR McWilliams
PloS one 9 (3), 2014
A mass balance approach to identify and compare differential routing of 13C-labeled carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in vivo
MD McCue, A Smith, R McKinney, B Rewald, B Pinshow, SR McWilliams
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84 (5), 506-513, 2011
Bat activity during autumn relates to atmospheric conditions: implications for coastal wind energy development
AD Smith, SR McWilliams
Journal of Mammalogy 97 (6), 1565-1577, 2016
Where's the Grass? Disappearing Submerged Aquatic Vegetation and Declining Water Quality in Lake Mattamuskeet
MC Moorman, T Augspurger, JD Stanton, A Smith
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8 (2), 401-417, 2017
Poor reproducibility and inference in hydrogen-stable-isotope studies of avian movement: A reply to Wunder et al.(2009)
AD Smith, CA Lott, JP Smith, KC Donohue, S Wittenberg, KG Smith, ...
The Auk 126 (4), 926-931, 2009
Using land-based surveys to assess sea duck abundance and behavior in nearshore waters of southern New England, USA
AD Smith, SR McWilliams, KJ Winiarski, CL Trocki, B Harris, ...
Waterbirds 38 (3), 252-259, 2015
Modeling spatiotemporal abundance of mobile wildlife in highly variable environments using boosted GAMLSS hurdle models
A Smith, B Hofner, JS Lamb, J Osenkowski, T Allison, G Sadoti, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (5), 2346-2364, 2019
Boosted negative binomial hurdle models for spatiotemporal abundance of sea birds
B Hofner, A Smith
Proceedings of the 30th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, 221-226, 2015
Migration and stopover ecology of songbirds and bats along a major ecological barrier
AD Smith
Spatiotemporal modelling of sea duck abundance: implications for marine spatial planning
AD Smith, B Hofner, JE Osenkowski, T Allison, G Sadoti, SR McWilliams, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1705.00644, 2017
Stability selection for component-wise gradient boosting in multiple dimensions
J Thomas, A Mayr, B Bischl, M Schmid, A Smith, B Hofner
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.10171, 2016
Spectating is stressful: witnessing two seconds of a predator attack increases levels of circulating glucocorticoids
BC Jones, AD Smith, SE Bebus, SJ Schoech
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