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Kevin McLean
Science Communication Lab
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Hot monkey, cold reality: surveying rainforest canopy mammals using drone-mounted thermal infrared sensors
R Kays, J Sheppard, K Mclean, C Welch, C Paunescu, V Wang, G Kravit, ...
International journal of remote sensing 40 (2), 407-419, 2019
1112019
Movement patterns of three arboreal primates in a Neotropical moist forest explained by LiDAR-estimated canopy structure
KA McLean, AM Trainor, GP Asner, MC Crofoot, ME Hopkins, ...
Landscape Ecology 31, 1849-1862, 2016
972016
Evaluating the performance of methods for estimating the abundance of rapidly declining coastal shark populations
DJ McCauley, KA McLean, J Bauer, HS Young, F Micheli
Ecological Applications 22 (2), 385-392, 2012
842012
White-Faced Capuchin, Cebus capucinus imitator, Hammerstone and Anvil Tool Use in Riparian Habitats on Coiba Island, Panama
CM Monteza-Moreno, T Dogandžić, KA McLean, PL Castillo-Caballero, ...
International Journal of Primatology 41, 429-433, 2020
142020
Concentrated sodium chloride brine solutions as an additional treatment for preventing the introduction of nonindigenous species in the ballast tanks of ships declaring no …
S Santagata, K Bacela, DF Reid, KA Mclean, JS Cohen, JR Cordell, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 28 (2), 346-353, 2009
132009
Life in 2.5 D: animal movement in the trees
R Harel, S Alavi, AM Ashbury, J Aurisano, T Berger-Wolf, GH Davis, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 801850, 2022
62022
Niche expansion of capuchin monkeys to forest floor on guild‐reduced islands increases interspecific spatio‐temporal overlap
LA Fox‐Rosales, CM Monteza‐Moreno, BJ Barret, Z Goldsborough, ...
Biotropica, e13315, 2024
2024
Canopy Habitat and the Arboreal Mammal Community: Integration of Movement Ecology and Wildlife Monitoring in a Neotropical Forest
KA McLean
Yale University, 2016
2016
THE SCIENCE OF COUNTING SHARKS: COMPARING METHODS FOR ESTIMATING THE ABUNDANCE OF A SUITE OF RAPIDLY DECLINING ANIMALS
DJ MCCAULEY, KA MCLEAN, J BAUER, HS YOUNG, F MICHELI
ECOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE OF LARGE FISHES, 4, 2011
2011
Movement patterns of three arboreal primates in a Neotropical moist forest explained by LiDAR-estimated canopy structure
GP Asner, CJ Campbell, MC Crofoot, ME Hopkins, PA Jansen, DE Knapp, ...
Landscape Ecology, 0
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