Aaron T. Pearse
Aaron T. Pearse
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Moist‐soil seed abundance in managed wetlands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley
J Kross, RM Kaminski, KJ Reinecke, EJ Penny, AT Pearse
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (3), 707-714, 2008
1162008
Waterbird responses to hydrological management of wetlands reserve program habitats in New York
MR Kaminski, GA Baldassarre, AT Pearse
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (4), 921-926, 2006
732006
Conserving waste rice for wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley
JP Kross, RM Kaminski, KJ Reinecke, AT Pearse
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (6), 1383-1387, 2008
522008
Effects of predator removal on mallard duckling survival
AT Pearse, JT Ratti
The Journal of wildlife management 68 (2), 342-350, 2004
522004
Brown Thrasher nest reuse: a time saving resource, protection from search-strategy predators, or cues for nest-site selection?
JF Cavitt, AT Pearse, TA Miller
The Condor 101 (4), 859-862, 1999
521999
Changes in agriculture and abundance of snow geese affect carrying capacity of sandhill cranes in Nebraska
AT Pearse, GL Krapu, DA Brandt, PJ Kinzel
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (3), 479-488, 2010
492010
Estimation and correction of visibility bias in aerial surveys of wintering ducks
AT Pearse, PD Gerard, SJ Dinsmore, RM Kaminski, KJ Reinecke
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (3), 808-813, 2008
492008
Effects of food supplementation on female nest attentiveness and incubation mate feeding in two sympatric wren species
AT Pearse, JF Cavitt, JF Cully
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 116 (1), 23-30, 2004
482004
Local and landscape associations between wintering dabbling ducks and wetland complexes in Mississippi
AT Pearse, RM Kaminski, KJ Reinecke, SJ Dinsmore
Wetlands 32 (5), 859-869, 2012
452012
Spring-migration ecology of Northern Pintails in south-central Nebraska
AT Pearse, GL Krapu, RR Cox, BE Davis
Waterbirds 34 (1), 10-18, 2011
372011
Spring migration ecology of the mid‐continent sandhill crane population with an emphasis on use of the Central Platte River Valley, Nebraska
GL Krapu, DA Brandt, PJ Kinzel, AT Pearse
Wildlife Monographs 189 (1), 1-41, 2014
322014
Evaluation of an aerial survey to estimate abundance of wintering ducks in Mississippi
AT Pearse, SJ Dinsmore, RM Kaminski, KJ Reinecke
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (6), 1413-1419, 2008
312008
Design, evaluation, and applications of an aerial survey to estimate abundance of wintering waterfowl in Mississippi
AT Pearse
Mississippi State University, 2020
232020
Spring migration of waterfowl in the northern hemisphere: a conservation perspective
JD Stafford, AK Janke, MJ Anteau, AT Pearse, AD Fox, J Elmberg, ...
Wildfowl, 70–85, 2014
222014
Prerequisites for understanding climate-change impacts on northern prairie wetlands
MJ Anteau, MT Wiltermuth, MP van der Burg, AT Pearse
Wetlands 36 (2), 299-307, 2016
182016
Whooping crane stopover site use intensity within the Great Plains
AT Pearse, DA Brandt, WC Harrell, KL Metzger, DM Baasch, TJ Hefley
Open-File Report, 2015
172015
Wintering Sandhill Crane exposure to wind energy development in the central and southern Great Plains, USA
AT Pearse, DA Brandt, GL Krapu
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 118 (2), 391-401, 2016
162016
Survival of radio-marked mallard ducklings in South Dakota
JD Stafford, AT Pearse
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119 (4), 585-591, 2007
162007
Evaluation of nocturnal roost and diurnal sites used by whooping cranes in the Great Plains, United States
AT Pearse, MJ Harner, DM Baasch, GD Wright, AJ Caven, KL Metzger
Open-File Report, 2017
142017
Sandhill crane roost selection, human disturbance, and forage resources
AT Pearse, GL Krapu, DA Brandt
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (3), 477-486, 2017
112017
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