Sara Kross
Sara Kross
Columbia University, Department of Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology
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Scientific evidence supports a ban on microbeads
CM Rochman, SM Kross, JB Armstrong, MT Bogan, ES Darling, SJ Green, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (18), 10759-10761, 2015
1422015
Effects of introducing threatened falcons into vineyards on abundance of passeriformes and bird damage to grapes
SM Kross, JM Tylianakis, XJ Nelson
Conservation Biology 26 (1), 142-149, 2012
792012
Conservation needs diverse values, approaches, and practitioners
SJ Green, J Armstrong, M Bogan, E Darling, S Kross, CM Rochman, ...
Conservation Letters 8 (6), 385-387, 2015
302015
A portable low‐cost remote videography system for monitoring wildlife
SM Kross, XJ Nelson
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (2), 191-196, 2011
262011
A bustle in the hedgerow: Woody field margins boost on farm avian diversity and abundance in an intensive agricultural landscape
SK Heath, CU Soykan, KL Velas, R Kelsey, SM Kross
Biological Conservation 212, 153-161, 2017
202017
Agricultural land use, barn owl diet, and vertebrate pest control implications
SM Kross, RP Bourbour, BL Martinico
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 223, 167-174, 2016
192016
Field-scale habitat complexity enhances avian conservation and avian-mediated pest-control services in an intensive agricultural crop
SM Kross, TR Kelsey, CJ McColl, JM Townsend
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 225, 140-149, 2016
172016
Farmer perceptions and behaviors related to wildlife and on‐farm conservation actions
SM Kross, KP Ingram, RF Long, MT Niles
Conservation Letters 11 (1), e12364, 2018
122018
Diet composition and prey choice of New Zealand falcons nesting in anthropogenic and natural habitats
SM Kross, JM Tylianakis, XJ Nelson
University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2013
112013
Translocation of threatened New Zealand falcons to vineyards increases nest attendance, brooding and feeding rates
SM Kross, JM Tylianakis, XJ Nelson
PloS one 7 (6), e38679, 2012
102012
New Zealand falcon nests suffer lower predation in agricultural habitat than in natural habitat
SM Kross, PG McDONALD, XJ Nelson
Bird Conservation International 23 (4), 512-519, 2013
62013
Bird electrocutions in New Zealand
S Kross
Notornis 61, 170-173, 2014
42014
Gopherbusters? A Review of the Candidacy of Barn Owls as the Ultimate Natural Pest Control Option
SM Kross, RA Baldwin
Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 27 (27), 2016
22016
The efficacy of reintroducing the New Zealand falcon into the vineyards of Marlborough for pest control and falcon conservation
SM Kross
University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2012
22012
Experimental field exclosure of birds and bats in agricultural systems—Methodological insights, potential improvements, and cost-benefit trade-offs
B Maas, S Heath, I Grass, C Cassano, A Classen, D Faria, P Gras, ...
Basic and applied ecology 35, 1-12, 2019
12019
New Zealand falcon prey selection may not be driven by preference based on prey nutritional content
SM Kross, A Tait, D Raubenheimer, XJ Nelson
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (1), 58-64, 2018
12018
Factors influencing the behavioural development of juvenile New Zealand Falcons (Falco novaeseelandiae)
SM Kross, XJ Nelson
Emu 113 (1), 84-87, 2013
12013
Vertebrate control from raptors motivates farmers to install nest boxes, but is secondary poisoning a concern?
SM Kross, EHT Hiroyasu, R Baldwin, B Martinico, R Bourbour, E Phillips, ...
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
Net effects of field and landscape scale habitat on insect and bird damage to sunflowers
S Kross, B Martinico, RP Bourbour, JM Townsend, C McColl, R Kelsey
bioRxiv, 804328, 2019
2019
Evidence synthesis as the basis for decision analysis: a method of selecting the best agricultural practices for multiple ecosystem services
G Shackelford, R Kelsey, W Sutherland, C Kennedy, S Wood, S Gennet, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 3, 83, 2019
2019
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