M Zachariah Peery
M Zachariah Peery
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Reliability of genetic bottleneck tests for detecting recent population declines
MZ Peery, R Kirby, BN Reid, R Stoelting, E Doucet‐Bëer, S Robinson, ...
Molecular ecology 21 (14), 3403-3418, 2012
Applying the declining population paradigm: diagnosing causes of poor reproduction in the marbled murrelet
MZ Peery, SR Beissinger, SH Newman, EB Burkett, TD Williams
Conservation Biology 18 (4), 1088-1098, 2004
Ocean climate and prey availability affect the trophic level and reproductive success of the marbled murrelet, an endangered seabird
BH Becker, MZ Peery, SR Beissinger
Marine Ecology Progress Series 329, 267-279, 2007
Megafires: an emerging threat to old‐forest species
GM Jones, RJ Gutiérrez, DJ Tempel, SA Whitmore, WJ Berigan, MZ Peery
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (6), 300-306, 2016
Combining demographic and count‐based approaches to identify source–sink dynamics of a threatened seabird
MZ Peery, BH Becker, SR Beissinger
Ecological Applications 16 (4), 1516-1528, 2006
Demography of two Mexican spotted owl populations
ME Seamans, RJ Gutierrez, CA May, MZ Peery
Conservation Biology 13 (4), 744-754, 1999
Spotted owl demography in the central Sierra Nevada
ME Seamans, RJ Gutiérrez, CA Moen, MZ Peery
The Journal of wildlife management, 425-431, 2001
Detecting populations in the ‘ambiguous’ zone: kinship‐based estimation of population structure at low genetic divergence
PERJ PALSBØLL, M Zachariah Peery, M Berube
Molecular ecology resources 10 (5), 797-805, 2010
Characterizing source–sink dynamics with genetic parentage assignments
MZ Peery, SR Beissinger, RF House, M Bérubé, LA Hall, A Sellas, ...
Ecology 89 (10), 2746-2759, 2008
Factors affecting interspecies variation in home-range size of raptors
MZ Peery
The Auk 117 (2), 511-517, 2000
Reconstructing the historic demography of an endangered seabird
SR Beissinger, MZ Peery
Ecology 88 (2), 296-305, 2007
Effects of forest management on California Spotted Owls: implications for reducing wildfire risk in fire‐prone forests
DJ Tempel, RJ Gutierrez, SA Whitmore, MJ Reetz, RE Stoelting, ...
Ecological Applications 24 (8), 2089-2106, 2014
A syndrome of mutualism reinforces the lifestyle of a sloth
JN Pauli, JE Mendoza, SA Steffan, CC Carey, PJ Weimer, MZ Peery
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1778), 20133006, 2014
Recovering marbled murrelets via corvid management: a population viability analysis approach
MZ Peery, RW Henry
Biological Conservation 143 (11), 2414-2424, 2010
The relationship between spotted owl diet and reproductive success in the San Bernardino Mountains, California
RB Smith, MZ Peery, RJ Gutierrez, WS LaHaye
The Wilson Bulletin, 22-29, 1999
Habitat composition and configuration around Mexican spotted owl nest and roost sites in the Tularosa Mountains, New Mexico
MZ Peery, RJ Gutiérrez, ME Seamans
The Journal of wildlife management, 36-43, 1999
Evaluating short‐and long‐term impacts of fuels treatments and simulated wildfire on an old‐forest species
DJ Tempel, RJ Gutiérrez, JJ Battles, DL Fry, Y Su, Q Guo, MJ Reetz, ...
Ecosphere 6 (12), 1-18, 2015
Age Ratios as Estimators of Productivity: Testing Assumptions on a Threatened Seabird, The Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus Marmoratus)
MZ Peery, BH Becker, SR Beissinger
The Auk 124 (1), 224-240, 2007
Using integrated population models to improve conservation monitoring: California spotted owls as a case study
DJ Tempel, MZ Peery, RJ Gutierrez
Ecological Modelling 289, 86-95, 2014
Finding the right coverage: the impact of coverage and sequence quality on single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping error rates
ED Fountain, JN Pauli, BN Reid, PJ Palsbøll, MZ Peery
Molecular ecology resources 16 (4), 966-978, 2016
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