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2024

Winiarski*, J. M., K. G. Kelly*, S. A. Whitmore*, J. P. Eiseman*, E. C. Netoskie*, H. A. Kramer*, C. M. Wood*, K. A. McGinn*, S. Kahl, H. Klinck, and M. Z. Peery (2023). California Spotted Owl Passive Acoustic Monitoring Program: Final Annual Report (2021-2022). U.S. Forest Service Region 5.

Bielski, L., C. A. Cansler, K. McGinn*, M. Z. Peery, and C. Wood* (2024). Can the Hermit Warbler serve as an old-forest indicator species in the Sierra Nevada? Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1): 4. https://journal.afonet.org/vol95/iss1/art4/

2023

Brunk*, K.M., R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery, C.A. Cansler, S. Kahl, and C.M. Wood* (2023). Quail on fire: changing fire regimes may benefit mountain quail in fire-adapted forests. Forest Ecology, 19(1), p. 19. doi.org/10.1186/s42408-023-00180-9

Fountain, E. D.*, P. J. Kulzer*, R. T. Golightly, J. W. Rivers, S. F. Pearson, M. G. Raphael, M. G. Betts, S. K. Nelson, D. D. Roby, N. F. Kryshak*, S. Schneider, and M. Z. Peery (2023). Characterizing the diet of a threatened seabird, the Marbled Murrelet, using high-throughput sequencing. Marine Ornithology. 51:145-155.

Gonzales*, H. M., D. F. Hofstadter*, W. A. Watson*, and M. Z. Peery (2023). Toe-pad length and body mass are reliable indicators of sex in Barred OwlsNorth American Bird Bander 48: 45-52.  

Hack, B., A. Cansler, M. Z Peery, and C. Wood* (2023). Fine-scale forest structure, not management regime, drives occupancy of a declining songbird in the core of its range. Ornithological Applications. duad065

Kelly*, K., C. Wood*, K. McGinn*, A. Kramer*, S. Sawyer, S. Whitmore*, D. Reid*, S. Kahl, A.  Reiss*, J. Eiseman*, W. Berigan*, J. Keane, P. Shaklee, L. Gallagher, T. Munton, H. Klinck, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M. Z. Peery (2023). Estimating population size for California spotted owls and barred owls across the Sierra Nevada ecosystem with bioacoustics and demographic data. Ecological Indicators. 154:110851.

Kramer*, H.A., K.G. Kelly*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, D.S. Reid*, C.M. Wood*, H. Klinck, S. Kahl, P.N. Manley, S.C. Sawyer, et al. (2023). Using bioacoustics to enhance the efficiency of spotted owl surveys and facilitate forest restorationJournal of Wildlife Management e22533. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.22533

Kuntze*, C.C., J.N. Pauli, C.J. Zulla*, J.J. Keane, B.P. Dotters, K.N. Roberts, S.C. Sawyer, and M.Z. Peery (2023a). Landscape heterogeneity provides co-benefits to predator and preyEcological Applications, p.e.2908. doi.org/10.1002/eap.2908

Kuntze*, C.C., M. Z. Peery, R. E. Green, K.L. Purcell, and J.N. Pauli (2023b). Sex and age mediate the effects of rapid environmental change for a forest carnivore, the Fisher (Pekania pennanti). Journal of Mammology doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyad105

McGinn*, K., M.Z. Peery, C. Zulla*, W.M. Berigan*, Z.A. Wilkinson*, J.M. Barry*, J.J. Keane, and B. Zuckerberg (2023a). A climate-vulnerable species uses cooler forest microclimates during heat waves. Biological Conservation, 283. doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2023.110132

McGinn*, K., S. Kahl, M.Z. Peery, H. Klinck, and C.M. Wood* (2023b). Feature embeddings from the BirdNET algorithm provide insights into avian ecology. Ecological Informatics 74:101995. doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2023.101995

McGinn*, K., B. Zuckerberg, J.N. Pauli, C. Zulla*, W.M. Berigan*, Z.A. Wilkinson*, J.M. Barry*, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2023c). Older forests function as energetic and demographic refugia for a climate sensitive species. Oecologia, 202, 831-844. doi.org/10.1007/s00442-023-05442-6

Ng*, E.M., E.W. Pidgeon, M.Z. Peery, and K.M. Brunk* (2023). Garbage in may not equal garbage out: sex mediates effects of ‘junk food’ in a synanthropic species. Journal of Urban Ecology, 9(1) doi.org/10.1093/jue/juad014

Watson*, W.A., D.F. Hofstadter*, G.M. Jones*, H.A. Kramer*, N.F. Kryshak*, C.J. Zulla*, S.A. Whitmore*, V. O’Rourke, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2023a). Characterizing juvenile dispersal dynamics of invasive Barred Owls: Implications of management. Ornithological Applications duad061. https://doi.org/10.1093/ornithapp/duad061

Watson*, W.A., C.M. Wood*, K.G. Kelly*, D.F. Hofstadter*, N.F. Kryshak*, C.J. Zulla*, S.A. Whitmore*, V. O’Rourke, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2023b). Passive acoustic monitoring indicates Barred Owls are established in northern coastal California and management intervention is warranted. Ornithological Applications, 125(3). doi.org/10.1093/ornithapp/duad017

Wilkinson*, Z.A., H.A. Kramer*, G.M. Jones*, C.J. Zulla*, K. McGinn*, J.M. Barry*, S.C. Sawyer, R. Tanner, R.J. Gutiérrez*, J.J. Keane, and M.Z. Peery (2023). Tall, heterogeneous forests improve prey capture, delivery to nestlings, and reproductive success for Spotted Owls in southern California. Ornithological Applications 125(1). doi.org/10.1093/ornithapp/duac048

Wright, M. E., M. Z. Peery, J. Ayars, B. P. Dotters, K. N. Roberts, and G. M. Jones* (2023). Fuels reduction can directly improve spotted owl foraging habitat in the Sierra Nevada. Forest Ecology and Management. 549:12140

Zulla*, C. J., H. A. Kramer*, G. M. Jones*, J. Keane, K. Roberts, B. Dotters, S. C. Sawyer, S. Whitmore*, W. Berigan*, K. Kelly*, A. Wray*, R. J. Gutiérrez*, and M. Z Peery. 2023. Forest heterogeneity outweighs movement costs by enhancing hunting success and reproductive output in California spotted owlsLandscape Ecology. 38:2655-2673.

2022

Bougie*, T.A., M.Z. Peery, C.N. Lapin, J.E. Woodford, and J.N. Pauli (2022). Not all management is equal: a comparison of methods to increase wood turtle population viability. Journal of Wildlife Management doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.22234

Brunk*, K.M., E.H. West*, M.Z. Peery, and A. Pidgeon (2022). Failed despots and the equitable distribution of fitness in a subsidized species. Behavioral Ecology, 33(5) doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arac064

Hofstadter*, D. F., N.F. Kryshak*, C.M. Wood*, B.P. Dotters, K.N. Roberts, K.G. Kelly*, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, P.A. Shaklee, H.A. Kramer*, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2022). Arresting the spread of invasive species in continental systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment doi: 10.1002/fee.2458

Jones*, G.M., A.R. Keyser, A.L. Westerling, W.J. Baldwin, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, J.D. Clare, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2022). Forest restoration limits megafires and supports species conservation under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20(4): 210–216, doi:10.1002/fee.2450

Kryshak*, N.F. and Fountain*, E.D., D.F. Hofstadter*, B.P. Dotters, K.N. Roberts, C.M. Wood*, K.G. Kelly*, I.F. Papraniku*, P.J. Kulzer*, A.K. Wray*, H.A. Kramer*, J.P. Dumbacher, J.J. Keane, P.A. Shaklee, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2022). DNA metabarcoding reveals the threat of rapidly expanding barred owl populations to native wildlife in western North America. Biological Conservation273, p.109678. doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109678

McGinn*, K.A., F.A. Atuo*, G.M. Jones*, B. Hobart*, D.J. Tempel*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2022). Implications of non-ideal occupancy for the measurement of territory quality. Global Ecology and Conservation doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2022.e02097

Reid*, D.S., C.M. Wood*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, H.A. Kramer*, N. Kryshak*, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, R.J. Gutiérrez*, H. Klinck, and M.Z. Peery (2022). Breeding status shapes territoriality and vocalization patterns in spotted owls. Journal of Avian Biology doi.org/10.1111/jav.02952

Tempel*, D.H., A. Kramer*, G.M. Jones*, R.J. Gutierrez*, S.C. Sawyer, A. Koltunov, M. Slaton, R. Tanner, B. Hobart*, and M. Z Peery (2022). Population decline in California spotted owls near their southern range boundary. Journal of Wildlife Management doi:10.1002/jwmg.22168

Wilkinson*, Z.A., H.A. Kramer*, G.M. Jones*, C. Zulla*, K. McGinn*, J.M. Barry*, S.C. Sawyer, R. Tanner, R.J. Gutierrez*, J.J. Keane, and M.Z Peery (2022). Tall, heterogenous forests improve prey capture, delivery to nestlings, and reproductive success for Spotted Owls in southern CaliforniaOrnithological Applications, doi.org/10.1093/ornithapp/duac048

Wilson*, E.C, B. Zuckerberg, M.Z. Peery, A.A. Shipley, and J.N. Pauli (2022). Experimental repatriation of snowshoe hares along a southern range boundary reveals historical community interactions. Ecological Monographs doi: 10.1002/ecm.1509

Wood*, C.M. and M.Z. Peery (2022). What does “occupancy” mean in passive acoustic surveys? Ibis doi.org/10.1111/ibi.13092

Wray*, A.K., C. Gratton, M.A. Jusino, J.J. Wang, J.M. Kochanski, J. Palmer, M.T. Banik, D.L. Lindner, and M.Z. Peery (2022a). Disease-related population declines in bats demonstrate non-exchangeability in generalist predators. Ecology and Evolution doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8978

Wray*, A.K and M.Z. Peery (2022b). Comparing little brown and big brown bat isotopic niches over the past century in an agriculturally dominated landscapeJournal of Mammalogy doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyac018

Zulla*, C., H.A. Kramer*, G.M. Jones*, J. Keane, K. Roberts, B. Dotters, S.C. Sawyer, S. Whitmore*, W. Berigan*, K. Kelly*, A. Wray*, R.J. Gutierrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2022). Large trees and forest heterogeneity facilitate prey capture by California spotted owls. Ornithological Applications doi.org/10.1093/ornithapp/duac024

2021

Brunk*, K.M., S. Chinnici, A.M. Pidgeon, M.Z. Peery (2021a). Assessing the effectiveness of a forest Habitat Conservation Plan for a threatened seabird, the Marbled Murrelet. Ornithological Applications 123(3) doi:10.1093/ornithapp/duab020

Brunk*, K.M., E.M. West*, M.Z. Peery, and A.M. Pidgeon (2021b). Reducing anthropogenic subsidies can curb density of overabundant predators in protected areasBiological Conservation 256. 109081

Byer*, N.W., E.D. Fountain*, B.N. Reid*, K. Miller, P.J. Kulzer*, S.D. Schoville, and M.Z. Peery (2021). Land use and life history constrain adaptive genetic variation and reduce the capacity for climate change adaptation in turtlesBMC genomics 22(1): 1-16 doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109081

Hobart*, B.K., H.A. Kramer*, G.M. Jones*, B.P. Dotters, S.A. Whitmore*, J.J. Keane, and M.Z. Peery (2021). Stable isotopes reveal unexpected relationships between fire history and the diet of Spotted Owls. Ibis 163(1): 253-259. doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12832

Hofstadter*, D.F., N.F. Kryshak*, M.W. Gabriel, C.M. Wood*, G.M. Wengert, B.P. Dotters, K.N. Roberts, E.D. Fountain*, K.G. Kelly*, J.J. Keane, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, and M.Z. Peery (2021). High rates of anticoagulant rodenticide exposure in California Barred Owls are associated with the wildland–urban interfaceThe Condor 123(4). duab036

Jones*, G.M., A.R. Keyser, A.L. Westerling, W.J. Baldwin, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, J.D Clare, R.J. Gutiérrez, and M.Z. Peery (2021a). Forest restoration limits megafires and supports species conservation under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi.org/10.1002/fee.2450..

Jones*, G.M., H.A. Kramer*, W.J. Berigan*, S.A. Whitmore*, R.J. Gutiérrez, and M.Z. Peery (2021b). Megafire causes persistent loss of an old-forest speciesAnimal Conservation. doi.org/10.1111/acv.12697

Kramer*, H.A., G.M. Jones*, V.R. Kane, B. Bartl-Geller, J.T. Kane, S. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, B.P. Dotters, K.N. Roberts, S.C. Sawyer, J.J. Keane, M.P. North, R.J. Gutiérrez, and M.Z. Peery (2021a). Elevational gradients strongly mediate habitat selection patterns in a nocturnal predatorEcosphere 12(5):e03500. 10.1002/ecs2.3500

Kramer*, H.A., G.M. Jones*, S. Whitmore*, J.J. Keane, F.A. Atuo*, B.P. Dotters, S.C. Sawyer, S.L. Stock, R.J. Gutiérrez, and M.Z. Peery (2021b).  California spotted owl habitat selection in a fire-managed landscape suggests conservation benefit of restoring historical fire regimesForest Ecology and Management 479(1):118576. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118576

Reid, D.*, C.M. Wood*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, P.A. Shaklee, H.A. Kramer*, K.G. Kelly*, A. Reiss*, N. Kryshak*, R.J. Gutiérrez, H. Klinck, and M.Z. Peery (2021). Noisy neighbors and reticent residents: Distinguishing resident from non-resident individuals to improve passive acoustic monitoring. Global Ecology and Conservation 28:e01710. doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2021.e01710

Stephens, S.L., A.L. Westerling, M.D. Hurteau, M.Z. Peery, C.A. Schultz, and S. Thompson (2021). Undesirable outcomes in seasonally dry forests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 19(2), pp.87-88.

Wood*, C.M., S. Kahl, P. Chaon, M.Z. Peery, and H. Klinck (2021a). Survey coverage, recording duration, and species composition affect observed species richness in passive acoustic surveys. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12:885-896. doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13571

Wood*, C.M., N. Kryshak*, M. Gustafson, D.F. Hofstadter*, B.K. Hobart*, S.A. Whitmore*, B. Dotters, K. Roberts, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2021b). Density dependence influences competition and hybridization at an invasion front. Diversity and Distributions 27:901-912. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.13240

Wood*, C.M., C. Zulla*, S. Whitmore*, D. Reid*, H.A. Kramer*, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, K. Roberts, B. Dotters, H. Klinck, W. Berigan*, and M.Z. Peery (2021c). Illuminating the nocturnal habits of owls with emerging tagging technologies. The Wildlife Society Bulletin 1-6. DOI: 10.1002/wsb.1156

Wray*, A.K., M.Z. Peery, M.A. Jusino, J.M. Kochanski, M.T. Banik, J.M. Palmer, D.L. Lindner, and C. Gratton (2021). Predator preferences shape the diets of arthropodivorous bats more than quantitative local prey abundance. Molecular Ecology 30, no. 3 (2021): 855-873. doi: 10.1111/mec.15769

2020

Bougie*, T.A., N.W. Byer*, C.N. Lapin, M.Z. Peery, J.E. Woodford, and J.N. Pauli (2020). Wood Turtle (Glyptemys insculpta) nest protection reduces depredation and increases success, but annual variation influences its effectiveness. Canadian Journal of Zoology 98(11): 715-724.

Byer*, N.W., B.N. Reid*, and M.Z. Peery (2020a). Genetically-informed population models improve climate change vulnerability assessments. Landscape Ecology, 35: 1215–1228. doi.org/10.1007/s10980-020-01011-x

Byer*, N.W., B.N. Reid*, R.P. Thiel, and M.Z. Peery (2020b). Strong Climate Associations but No Temporal Trends in Nesting Phenology of Blanding’s Turtles (Emydoidea blandingii). Herpetologica, 76(4): 396-402. doi.org/10.1655/HERPETOLOGICA-D-20-00013

Jones*, G.M., R.J. Gutiérrez*, W.M. Block, P.C. Carlson, E.J. Comfort, S.A. Cushman, R.J. Davis, S.A. Eyes, A.B. Franklin, J.L. Ganey, S. Hedwall, J.J. Keane, R. Kelsey, D.B. Lesmeister, M.P. North, S.L. Roberts, J.T. Rockweit, J.S. Sanderlin, S.C. Sawyer, B. Solvesky, D.J. Tempel, H.Y. Wan, A.L. Westerling, G.C. White, and M.Z. Peery (2020a). Spotted owls and forest fire: Comment. Ecosphere 11(12) e03312. 10.1002/ecs2.3312

Jones*, G.M., H.A. Kramer*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, D.J. Tempel* C.M. Wood*, B.K. Hobart*, T. Erker, F.A. Atuo*, N.K. Pietrunti*, R. Kelsey, R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery (2020b). Habitat selection by spotted owls after a megafire reflects their adaptation to historical frequent-fire regimes. Landscape Ecology 35: 1199–1213. doi.org/10.1007/s10980-020-01010-y

Stephens, S.L., A.R. Westerling, M.D. Hurteau, M.Z. Peery, C.A. Schultz, and S. Thompson (2020). Fire and climate change: Conserving seasonally dry forests is still possible. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi.org/10.1002/fee.2218

Wood*, C., R.J. Gutiérrez*J.J. Keane, and M.Z. Peery (2020a). Early detection of  rapid Barred Owl population growth within the range of the California Spotted Owl advises the Precautionary PrincipleThe Condor 122: 1-10. doi.org/10.1093/condor/duz058

Wood*, C.M., H. Klinck, M. Gustafson, J.J. Keane, S.C. Sawyer, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2020b). Using the ecological significance of animal vocalizations to improve inference in acoustic monitoring programs. Conservation Biology. doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13516

Wilson*, E.C., B. Zuckerberg, M.Z. Peery, and J.N. Pauli (2020). The past, present and future impacts of climate and land use change on snowshoe hares along their southern range boundary. Biological Conservation 249: 108731.

Wray*, A.K., M.Z. Peery, M.A. Jusino, J.M. Kochanski, M.T. Banik, J.M. Palmer, D.L. Lindner, and C. Gratton (2020). Predator preferences shape the diets of arthropodivorous bats more than quantitative local prey abundance. Molecular Ecology. doi.org/10.1111/mec.15769

2019

Atuo*, F.A., K. Roberts, S. Whitmore*, B.P. Dotters, M.G. Raphael, S.C. Sawyer, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery (2019). Resource selection by GPS-tagged California spotted owls in mixed-ownership forestsForest Ecology and Management 433: 295-304.

Berigan*, W.J., G.M. Jones*, S.A. Whitmore*, R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery (2019). Cryptic wide‐ranging movements lead to upwardly biased occupancy in a territorial species. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 470-480.

Byer­*, N.W., B.N. Reid*, and M.Z. Peery (2019). Implications of slow pace-of-life for nesting behavior in an armored ectothermBehavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73: 47.

Garcés-Restrepo*, M.F., M.Z. Peery, and J.N. Pauli (2019). The demography of a resource specialist in the tropics: Cecropia trees and the fitness of three-toed slothsProceedings of the Royal Society B 286: 2018-2206.

Gutiérrez*, R.J., G. Jones*, S.M. Redpath, A.B. Franklin, D. Simberloff, M.G. Turner, V.C. Radeloff, G.C. White, and M.Z. Peery (2019). Reinforcing the concept of agenda‐driven science: a response to Rohlf. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17(10): 556-557.

Hobart*, B.K., G.M. Jones*, K.N. Roberts, B.P. Dotters, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, M.G. Raphael, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2019a). Trophic interactions mediate the response of predator populations to habitat changeBiological Conservation 238: 108217.

Hobart*, B.K., K.N. Roberts, B.P. Dotters, W.J. Berigan*, S.A. Whitmore*, M.G. Raphael, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez, and M. Z. Peery (2019b). Site occupancy and reproductive dynamics of California spotted owls in a mixed-ownership landscapeForest Ecology and Management 437: 188-200.

Jones*, G.M., R.J. Gutiérrez*, H.A. Kramer*, D.J. Tempel*, W.J. Berigan*, S.A. Whitmore*, and M.Z. Peery (2019a). Megafire effects on spotted owls: elucidation of a growing threat and a response to Hanson et al. (2018)Nature Conservation 37: 31-51.

Jones*, G.M. and M.Z. Peery (2019b). Phantom interactions: Use odds ratios or risk misinterpreting occupancy modelsThe Condor: Ornithological Applications 121.1: duy007.

Jusino, M.A., M.T. Banik, J.M. Palmer, A.K. Wray*, L. Xiao, E. Pelton, J.R. Barber, A.Y. Kawahara, C. Gratton, M.Z. Peery, and D.L. Lindner (2019). An improved method for utilizing high‐throughput amplicon sequencing to determine the diets of insectivorous animalsMolecular Ecology Resources 19(1): 176-190. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12951

Peery, M.Z., G.M. Jones*, R.J. Gutiérrez*, S.M. Redpath, A.B. Franklin, D. Simberloff, M.G. Turner, V.C. Radeloff, and G.C. White (2019). The conundrum of agenda-driven science in conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17: 80-82.

Reid*, B.N., J.M. Kass, S. Wollney, E.L. Jensen, M.A. Russello, E. Viola, J. Pantophlet, J.B. Iverson, M.Z. Peery, C.J. Raxworthy, and E. Naro-Maciel (2019). Disentangling the genetic effects of refugial isolation and range expansion in a trans-continentally distributed speciesJournal of Heredity 122: 441–457.

West*, E.H., K. Brunk*, and M.Z. Peery (2019). When protected areas promote source populations of overabundant speciesBiological Conservation 238: 9pp. doi:108220.

Wilson*, E., A. Shipley, B. Zuckerberg, M.Z. Peery, and J.N. Pauli (2019). An experimental translocation identifies habitat features that buffer camouflage mismatch in snowshoe hares: conservation in the face of climate changeConservation Letters 12(2): e12614.

Wood*, C., R.J. Gutiérrez*, and M.Z. Peery (2019a). Acoustic monitoring reveals a diverse forest owl community, illustrating its potential for basic and applied ecologyEcology 100(9):e02764.

Wood*, C.M. and G. Jones* (2019b). Framing management of social-ecological systems in terms of the cost of failure: the Sierra Nevada, USA as a case studyEnvironmental Research Letters 14:105004. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab4033.

Wood*, C., V. Popescu, H. Klinck, J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, S.C. Sawyer, and M.Z. Peery (2019c). Detecting small changes in populations at landscape scales: A bioacoustic site-occupancy frameworkEcological Indicators 98: 492-507.

Wood*, C.M., S.M. Schmidt, and M.Z. Peery (2019d). Spatiotemporal patterns of the California spotted owl’s territorial vocalizations. Western Birds 50(4): 232-242.

2018

Byer­*, N.W., B.N. Reid*, R.A. Seigel, and M.Z. Peery (2018). Applying lessons from the avian ecology to herpetological research: Techniques for analyzing nest survival. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 13: 517-532.

Garcés-Restrepo*, M.F., J.N. Pauli, and M.Z. Peery (2018). Natal dispersal of tree sloths in a human-dominated landscape: Implications for tropical biodiversity conservationJournal of Applied Ecology 55: 2253-2262.

Fountain*, E.D., J. Kang, D.J. Tempel*, P.J. Palsboll, J.N Pauli, and M.Z. Peery (2018). Genomics meets applied ecology: Characterizing habitat quality for sloths in a tropical agro-ecosystemMolecular Ecology 27: 41-53.

Hamilton, C.M., B.L Bateman, J.M. Gorzo, B.N. Reid*, W.E. Thogmartin, M.Z. Peery, P.J. Heglund, V.C Radeloff, and A.M. Pidgeon (2018). Slow and steady wins the race? Future climate and land use change leaves the imperiled Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) behindBiological Conservation 222: 75-85.

Jones*, G.M., J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery (2018). Declining old-forest species as a legacy of large trees lostDiversity and Distributions 24: 341-351.

Wood, C.M.*, S.A. Whitmore*, R.J. Gutiérrez*, S.C. Sawyer, M.Z. Peery (2018). Using metapopulation models to assess species conservation – ecosystem restoration tradeoffsBiological Conservation 224: 248-257.

Wray*, A.K., M.A. Jusino, M.T. Banik, J. Palmer, H. Kaarakka, J. P. White, D.L. Lindner, C. Gratton, and M.Z. Peery (2018). Incidence and taxonomic richness of mosquitoes in diets of little brown and big brown batsJournal of Mammalogy 99: 668-674.

2017

Fountain*, E.D., J.N. Pauli, J.E. Mendoza*, J. Carlson, and M.Z. Peery (2017). Cophylogenetics and biogeography reveal a coevolved relationship between sloths and their symbiont algaeMolecular Evolution and Phylogenetics 110: 73-86.

Garcés-Restrepo, M.F.*, M.Z. Peery, B.N. Reid*, and J.N. Pauli (2017). Individual reproductive strategies shape the mating system of tree slothsJournal of Mammalogy 98(5): 1417–1425.

Gutiérrez*, R.J., D.J. Tempel*, and M.Z. Peery (2017a). The spotted owl in southern and central coastal California. Chapter 8 in: The California spotted owl: A synthesis of current scientific information. Gutiérrez, R. J., P. N. Manley, and P. A. Stine (Editors). U. S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-254.

Gutiérrez*, R.J., D.J. Tempel*, and M.Z. Peery (2017b). The biology of the California spotted owl. Chapter 2 in: The California spotted owl: A synthesis of current scientific information. Gutiérrez, R. J., P. N. Manley, and P. A. Stine (Editors). U. S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-254.

North, M., J. Kane, V. Kane, G. Asner, V. Berigan*, D. Churchill, S. Conway, R.J. Gutiérrez*, S. Jeronimo, J. Keane, A. Koltunov, T. Mark, M. Moskal, T. Munton, M.Z. Peery, C. Ramirez, R. Sollmann, A. White, and S. Whitmore* (2017). Cover of tall trees best predicts California spotted owl habitatForest Ecology and Management 405: 166–178.

Pauli, J.N., C.C. Carey, and M.Z. Peery (2017). Green sloths and brown cows: the role of dominant mammalian herbivores in carbon emissions for tropical agro-ecosystemsMammal Review 47 (2): 164–168.

Peery, M.Z., R.J. Gutiérrez*, P.N. Manley, P.A. Stine, and M.P. North (2017). Synthesis and interpretation of California spotted owl research within the context of public forest management. Chapter 9 in: The California spotted owl: A synthesis of current scientific information. Gutiérrez, R. J., P. N. Manley, and P. A. Stine (Editors). U. S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-254.

Reid*, B.N., D.M. Mladenoff, and M.Z. Peery (2017). Genetic effects of history and life history on a turtle community inhabiting a changed landscapeMolecular Ecology 26 (3): 781–798.

Tempel*, D.J., R.J. Gutiérrez*, M.Z. Peery (2017). Population distribution and trends of California spotted owls. Chapter 4 in: The California spotted owl: A synthesis of current scientific information. Gutiérrez, R. J., P. N. Manley, and P. A. Stine (Editors). U. S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, General Technical Report PSW-GTR-254.

West*, E.H., E.K. Hofmeister, and M.Z. Peery (2017). Sero-survey for West Nile virus antibodies in Steller’s jays (Cyanocitta stelleri) captured in coastal California.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 53 (3): 582-585.

West*, E.H. and M.Z. Peery (2017). Behavioral mechanisms leading to improved fitness in a subsidized predatorOecologia 184(4): 787-798.

2016

Dill-McFarland, K.A, P.J. Weimer, J.N. Pauli, M.Z. Peery, and G. Suen (2016). Diet specialization selects for an unusual and simplified gut microbiota in two- and three-toed sloths. Environmental Microbiology 18(5): 1391–1402.

Fountain*, E.D., J.N. Pauli, P.J. Palsbøll, and M.Z. Peery (2016). Finding the right coverage: The impact of read depth and sequence quality on SNP genotyping error ratesMolecular Ecology Resources 16(4): 966–978.

Jones*, G.M., R.J. Gutiérrez*, D.J. Tempel*, S.A. Whitmore*, W.J. Berigan*, and M.Z. Peery (2016a). Megafires: an emerging threat to old-forest speciesFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(6): 300–306.

Jones*, G.M., R.J. Gutiérrez*, D.J. Tempel*, B. Zuckerberg, and M.Z. Peery (2016b). Using dynamic occupancy models to inform climate change adaptation strategies for California spotted owlsJournal of Applied Ecology 53: 895–905.

Pauli, J.N., M.Z. Peery, E.D. Fountain*, and W.H. Karasov (2016)Arboreal folivores limit their energetic output, all the way to slothfulnessThe American Naturalist 188(2): 196–204.

Reid*, B.N., R.P. Theil, P.J. Palsbøll, and M.Z. Peery (2016a). Linking genetic kinship and demographic analyses to characterize natal and breeding dispersal in Blanding’s Turtle. Journal of Heredity 107 (7): 603-614.

Reid*, B.N., R.P. Thiel, and M.Z. Peery (2016b). Population dynamics of endangered Blanding’s turtles in a restored areaJournal of Wildlife Management 80(3): 553–562.

Tempel*, D.J., J.J. Keane, R.J. Gutiérrez*, J.D. Wolfe, G.M. Jones*, A. Koltunov, C.M. Ramirez, W.J. Berigan*, C.V. Gallagher, T.E. Munton, P.A. Shaklee, S.A. Whitmore*, and M.Z. Peery (2016). Meta-analysis of California spotted owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) territory occupancy in the Sierra Nevada: habitat associations and their implications for forest managementThe Condor: Ornithological Applications 118: 747-765.

West*, E.H., W.R. Henry, W. Goldenberg, and M.Z. Peery (2016). Influence of food subsidies on the foraging ecology of a synanthropic species in protected areasEcosphere 7(10): 1-15.

2015

Mendoza*, J., M.Z. Peery, G.A. Gutiérrez, G. Herrera, and J.N. Pauli (2015). Resource use by two- and three-toed sloths differ in a shade-grown agro-ecosystem. Journal of Tropical Ecology 31: 49–55.

Stoelting*, R., R.J. Gutiérrez*, W.L. Kendall, and M.Z. Peery (2015). Life history trade-offs and reproductive cycles in Spotted OwlsThe Auk 132: 46–64.

Tempel*, D.J., R.J. Gutiérrez*, J.J. Battles, D.L. Fry, Q. Guo, M.J. Reetz, S.A. Whitmore*, G.M. Jones*, B.M. Collins, S.L. Stephens, M. Kelly, W.J. Berigan*, and M.Z. Peery (2015). Evaluating short- and long-term impacts of fuels treatments and simulated wildfire on an old-forest speciesEcosphere 6(12): 1–18.

2014

Pauli, J.N., J.E. Mendoza*, S.A. Steffan, C. Carey, P.J. Weimer, and M.Z. Peery (2014). A syndrome of mutualism reinforces the life-history of a slothProceedings of the Royal Society B 281.

Peery, M.Z. and J.N. Pauli (2014). Shade-grown cacao supports a self-sustaining population of two-toed but not three-toed slothsJournal of Applied Ecology 51: 162–170.

Reid*, B.N. and M.Z. Peery (2014). Land use patterns skew sex ratios, decrease genetic diversity, and trump the effects of recent climate change in an endangered turtleDiversity and Distributions 20: 1425–1437.

Tempel*, D.J., R.J. Gutiérrez*, S. Whitmore*, M. Reetz, W. Berigan*, R. Stoelting*, M.E. Seamans, and M.Z. Peery (2014a). Effects of forest management on California Spotted Owls: Implications for reducing wildfire risk in fire-prone forestsEcological Applications 24: 2089–2106.

Tempel*, D.J., M.Z. Peery, and R.J. Gutiérrez* (2014b). Using integrated population models to improve conservation monitoring: California spotted owls as a case studyEcological Modelling 289: 86–95.

Vasquez-Carrillo*, C., V.L Friesen, L.A. Hall, and M.Z. Peery (2014). Variation at MHC class II B genes in marbled murrelets: Implications for delineating conservation unitsAnimal Conservation 17: 244–255.

2013

Palsbøll, P.J., M.Z. Peery, M.T. Olsen, S.R. Beissinger, and M. Bérubé (2013). Inferring recent historic abundance from current genetic diversity. Molecular Ecology 22: 22–40. Invited Review.

Peery, M.Z., B.N. Reid*, R. Kirby, R. Stoelting*, E. Doucet-Bëer*, S.J. Robinson, C. Vasquez-Carrillo*, J.N. Pauli, and P.J. Palsbøll (2013a). More precisely biased: increasing the number of markers is not a silver bullet in genetic bottleneck testing. Molecular Ecology 22: 3451–3467.

Peery, M.Z. and R.J. Gutiérrez* (2013b). Life-history trade-offs in Spotted Owls: Implications for assessments of territory quality. The Auk 130: 132–140. Featured as “Editor’s Choice”.

Vasquez-Carrillo*, C., R.W. Henry, L. Henkel, and M.Z. Peery (2013). Integrating population and genetic monitoring to understand changes in the abundance of a threatened seabirdBiological Conservation 167: 173–178.

2012

Moss*, W. E., M. Z. Peery, G.A. Gutiérrez-Espeleta, C. Vaughan, G. Herrera, and J.N. Pauli (2012). Isolation and characterization of 18 microsatellite markers for the brown-throated three-toed sloth, Bradypus variegatus. Conservation Genetics Resources 4: 1037–1039.

Pauli, J.N. and M.Z. Peery (2012). Unexpected strong polygyny in the brown-throated three-toed sloth. PLoS ONE 7: e51389.

Peery, M.Z., R.J. Gutiérrez*, R. Kirby, O.E. LeDee, and W.S. LaHaye (2012a). Climate change and spotted owls: potentially contrasting responses in the southwestern United StatesGlobal Change Biology 18 :865–880.

Peery, M.Z., R. Kirby, B.N. Reid*, R. Stoelting*, E. Doucet-Bëer*, S.J. Robinson, C. Vasquez-Carrillo*, J.N. Pauli, and P.J. Palsbøll (2012b). Reliability of genetic bottleneck tests for detecting recent population declines. Molecular Ecology 21: 3403–3418. Invited Review.

Peery, M.Z. and J.N. Pauli (2012c). The mating system of a “lazy” mammal, Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth. Animal Behaviour 84: 555–562.

Popescu, V.D., P. de Valpine, D.J. Tempel*, and M.Z. Peery (2012). Estimating population impacts via dynamic occupancy analysis of Before-After Control-Impact studies. Ecological Applications 22: 1389–1404.

2011 and prior

Moss*, W.E., J.N. Pauli, G.A. Gutiérrez, A. Young, C. Vaughan, G. Herrera, and M.Z. Peery (2011). Development and characterization of 16 microsatellites for Hoffman’s two-toed sloth, Choloepus hoffmanniConservation Genetics Resources 3: 625–627.

Palsbøll, P.J, M.Z. Peery,and M. Bérubé (2010). Detecting populations in the “ambiguous” zone: kinship-based estimation of population structure at low genetic divergenceMolecular Ecology Resources 10: 797–805. Invited Review.

Peery, M.Z., L.A. Hall*, A. Sellas, S.R. Beissinger, C. Moritz, M. Bérubé, M.G. Raphael, S.K. Nelson, R.T. Golightly, L. McFarlane-Tranquilla, S. Newman, and P.J. Palsbøll (2010a). Genetic analyses of historic and modern marbled murrelets suggest decoupling of migration and gene flow after habitat fragmentationProceedings of the Royal Society B 277: 697–706.

Peery, M.Z. and R.W. Henry (2010b). Recovering marbled murrelets via corvid management: A population viability analysis approach. Biological Conservation 143: 2414–2424.

Hall*, L.A., S.R. Beissinger, P.J. Palsbøll, J.T. Harvey, M. Bérubé, M.G. Raphael, S.K. Nelson, R.T. Golightly, S. Newman, L. McFarlane-Tranquilla, and M.Z. Peery (2009). Characterizing dispersal patterns of a threatened seabird with limited genetic structureMolecular Ecology 18: 5074–5085.

Peery, M.Z., S.H. Newman, C. Storlazzi, and S.R. Beissinger (2009). Meeting reproductive demands in a dynamic upwelling system: foraging strategies of a pursuit-diving seabird, the Marbled MurreletCondor 111: 120–134.

Peery, M.Z., L.A. Henkel, S.H. Newman, B.H. Becker, J.T. Harvey, C. Thompson, and S.R. Beissinger (2008a). Effects of rapid flight-feather molt on postbreeding dispersal in a pursuit-diving seabirdThe Auk 125: 113–123.

Peery, M.Z., S.R. Beissinger, R.F. House, M. Bérubé, L.A. Hall*, A. Sellas, and P.J. Palsbøll (2008b). Characterizing source-sink dynamics with genetic parentage assignmentsEcology 89: 2746–2759.

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