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Michael Wunder
Michael Wunder
Associate Professor of Biology, University of Colorado Denver
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A simple protocol for using a LDH-based cytotoxicity assay to assess the effects of death and growth inhibition at the same time
SM Smith, MB Wunder, DA Norris, YG Shellman
PloS one 6 (11), e26908, 2011
2372011
Using isoscapes to model probability surfaces for determining geographic origins
MB Wunder
Isoscapes: understanding movement, pattern, and process on Earth through …, 2010
2082010
Tracking multi-generational colonization of the breeding grounds by monarch butterflies in eastern North America
DTT Flockhart, LI Wassenaar, TG Martin, KA Hobson, MB Wunder, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1768), 20131087, 2013
2012013
Using ocean models to predict spatial and temporal variation in marine carbon isotopes
S Magozzi, A Yool, HB Vander Zanden, MB Wunder, CN Trueman
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01763, 2017
1842017
A test of geographic assignment using isotope tracers in feathers of known origin
MB Wunder, CL Kester, FL Knopf, RO Rye
Oecologia 144, 607-617, 2005
1842005
Mountain plover: Charadrius montanus
FL Knopf, MB Wunder
American Ornithologists' Union, 1996
1821996
A method for investigating population declines of migratory birds using stable isotopes: origins of harvested lesser scaup in North America
KA Hobson, MB Wunder, SL Van Wilgenburg, RG Clark, LI Wassenaar
PLoS One 4 (11), e7915, 2009
1482009
Improved estimates of certainty in stable‐isotope‐based methods for tracking migratory animals
MB Wunder, DR Norris
Ecological applications 18 (2), 549-559, 2008
1142008
Novel statistical methods for integrating genetic and stable isotope data to infer individual‐level migratory connectivity
CW Rundel, MB Wunder, AH Alvarado, KC Ruegg, R Harrigan, A Schuh, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (16), 4163-4176, 2013
1012013
Determining origin in a migratory marine vertebrate: a novel method to integrate stable isotopes and satellite tracking
HB Vander Zanden, AD Tucker, KM Hart, MM Lamont, I Fujisaki, ...
Ecological Applications 25 (2), 320-335, 2015
922015
Determining geographic patterns of migration and dispersal using stable isotopes in keratins
MB Wunder
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 360-367, 2012
912012
Geographic variation of strontium and hydrogen isotopes in avian tissue: implications for tracking migration and dispersal
MJ Sellick, TK Kyser, MB Wunder, D Chipley, DR Norris
PLoS One 4 (3), e4735, 2009
822009
Continental‐scale, seasonal movements of a heterothermic migratory tree bat
PM Cryan, CA Stricker, MB Wunder
Ecological Applications 24 (4), 602-616, 2014
812014
Whitebark pine stand condition, tree abundance, and cone production as predictors of visitation by Clark's nutcracker
LE Barringer, DF Tomback, MB Wunder, ST McKinney
PLoS One 7 (5), e37663, 2012
722012
Biological Earth observation with animal sensors
W Jetz, G Tertitski, R Kays, U Mueller, M Wikelski, S Åkesson, Y Anisimov, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 37 (4), 293-298, 2022
712022
Evidence of cryptic individual specialization in an opportunistic insectivorous bat
PM Cryan, CA Stricker, MB Wunder
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 381-389, 2012
642012
Seasonally-dynamic presence-only species distribution models for a cryptic migratory bat impacted by wind energy development
MA Hayes, PM Cryan, MB Wunder
PLoS One 10 (7), e0132599, 2015
612015
Foraging and recruitment hotspot dynamics for the largest Atlantic loggerhead turtle rookery
SA Ceriani, JF Weishampel, LM Ehrhart, KL Mansfield, MB Wunder
Scientific reports 7 (1), 16894, 2017
592017
Contrasting assignment of migratory organisms to geographic origins using long‐term versus year‐specific precipitation isotope maps
HB Vander Zanden, MB Wunder, KA Hobson, SL Van Wilgenburg, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (9), 891-900, 2014
582014
Analysis and design for isotope-based studies of migratory animals
MB Wunder, DR Norris
Terrestrial Ecology 2, 107-128, 2008
522008
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