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William McShea
William McShea
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
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CTFS‐Forest GEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, SJ Davies, AC Bennett, EB Gonzalez‐Akre, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 528-549, 2015
5062015
Science of overabundance
WJ McShea, HB Underwood, JH Rappole
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1997
4771997
The influence of acorn crops on annual variation in rodent and bird populations
WJ McShea
Ecology 81 (1), 228-238, 2000
3302000
Capturing mammals
C Jones, WJ McShea, MJ Conroy, TH Kunz
Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity, Standard Methods for Mammals …, 1996
2751996
Managing the abundance and diversity of breeding bird populations through manipulation of deer populations
WJ McShea, JH Rappole
Conservation Biology 14 (4), 1161-1170, 2000
2692000
Wood Thrush postfledging movements and habitat use in northern Virginia
JHV Rivera, JH Rappole, WJ McShea, CA Haas
The Condor 100 (1), 69-78, 1998
2621998
Global importance of large‐diameter trees
JA Lutz, TJ Furniss, DJ Johnson, SJ Davies, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (7), 849-864, 2018
2612018
Scale‐dependent relationships between tree species richness and ecosystem function in forests
RA Chisholm, HC Muller‐Landau, K Abdul Rahman, DP Bebber, Y Bin, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1214-1224, 2013
2562013
Forestry matters: decline of oaks will impact wildlife in hardwood forests
WJ McShea, WM Healy, P Devers, T Fearer, FH Koch, D Stauffer, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (5), 1717-1728, 2007
2272007
Putting a CART before the search: successful habitat prediction for a rare forest herb
NA Bourg, WJ McShea, DE Gill
Ecology 86 (10), 2793-2804, 2005
2142005
Plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale
JA LaManna, SA Mangan, A Alonso, NA Bourg, WY Brockelman, ...
Science 356 (6345), 1389-1392, 2017
2062017
Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife.
WJ McShea, WM Healy
Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife., 2002
1942002
Variable acorn crops: responses of white-tailed deer and other mast consumers
WJ McShea, G Schwede
Journal of Mammalogy 74 (4), 999-1006, 1993
1881993
Seasonal changes in reproductive tolerance, spacing, and social organization in meadow voles: a microtine model
DM Madison, WJ McShea
American Zoologist 27 (3), 899-908, 1987
1841987
Human-wildlife conflicts influence attitudes but not necessarily behaviors: Factors driving the poaching of bears in China
F Liu, WJ McShea, DL Garshelis, X Zhu, D Wang, L Shao
Biological Conservation 144 (1), 538-547, 2011
1812011
Dynamics of social nesting in overwintering meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus): possible consequences for population cycling
DM Madison, RW FitzGerald, WJ McShea
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 15 (1), 9-17, 1984
1761984
Predation on artificial nests in large forest blocks
P Leimgruber, WJ McShea, JH Rappole
The Journal of wildlife management, 254-260, 1994
1541994
Volunteer-run cameras as distributed sensors for macrosystem mammal research
WJ McShea, T Forrester, R Costello, Z He, R Kays
Landscape Ecology 31 (1), 55-66, 2016
1462016
Predicting presence and abundance of a small mammal species: the effect of scale and resolution
JL Orrock, JF Pagels, WJ McShea, EK Harper
Ecological applications 10 (5), 1356-1366, 2000
1412000
A multispecies occupancy model for two or more interacting species
CT Rota, MAR Ferreira, RW Kays, TD Forrester, EL Kalies, WJ McShea, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (10), 1164-1173, 2016
1342016
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