Robert A. Long
Robert A. Long
Woodland Park Zoo
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Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores
RA Long, P MacKay, J Ray, W Zielinski
Island Press, 2012
Scat Detection Dogs. Pgs 183-222 in Noninvasive Survey Methods for Carnivores
P MacKay, D Smith, R Long, M Parker
Island Press, Washington, DC, 2008
Comparing scat detection dogs, cameras, and hair snares for surveying carnivores
RA Long, TM Donovan, P Mackay, WJ Zielinski, JS Buzas
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (6), 2018-2025, 2007
Predicting carnivore occurrence with noninvasive surveys and occupancy modeling
RA Long, TM Donovan, P MacKay, WJ Zielinski, JS Buzas
Landscape Ecology 26 (3), 327-340, 2011
Effectiveness of scat detection dogs for detecting forest carnivores
RA Long, TM Donovan, P Mackay, WJ Zielinski, JS Buzas
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (6), 2007-2017, 2007
Using environmental DNA methods to improve winter surveys for rare carnivores: DNA from snow and improved noninvasive techniques
TW Franklin, KS McKelvey, JD Golding, DH Mason, JC Dysthe, KL Pilgrim, ...
Biological Conservation 229, 50-58, 2019
Focal species and landscape “naturalness” corridor models offer complementary approaches for connectivity conservation planning
M Krosby, I Breckheimer, DJ Pierce, PH Singleton, SA Hall, KC Halupka, ...
Landscape ecology 30 (10), 2121-2132, 2015
Genetic and endocrine tools for carnivore surveys
MK Schwartz, SL Monfort, RA Long, P MacKay, WJ Zielinski, JC Ray
Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores 2, 238-262, 2008
Scat detection dogs
P MacKay, DA Smith, RA Long, M Parker
Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores, 183-222, 2008
Natural sign: tracks and scats
KS Heinemeyer, TJ Ulizio, RL Harrison, RA Long, P MacKay
Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores, 45-74, 2008
Designing effective noninvasive carnivore surveys
RA Long, WJ Zielinski, R Long, P MacKay, W Zielinski, J Ray
Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores, 8-44, 2008
Using simulations to evaluate Mantel‐based methods for assessing landscape resistance to gene flow
KA Zeller, TG Creech, KL Millette, RS Crowhurst, RA Long, HH Wagner, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (12), 4115-4128, 2016
Noninvasive research and carnivore conservation
P MacKay, WJ Zielinski, RA Long, JC Ray
Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores, 1-7, 2008
SNAPSHOT USA 2019: a coordinated national camera trap survey of the United States
MV Cove, R Kays, H Bontrager, C Bresnan, M Lasky, T Frerichs, R Klann, ...
Ecology 102 (6), e03353, 2021
Mortality and survival of white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus fawns on a north Atlantic coastal island
RA Long, AF O'Connell Jr, DJ Harrison
Wildlife Biology 4 (4), 237-247, 1998
Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities
SB Magle, M Fidino, HA Sander, AT Rohnke, KL Larson, T Gallo, ...
Global change biology 27 (21), 5446-5459, 2021
Wolverine occupancy, spatial distribution, and monitoring design
PM Lukacs, D Evans Mack, R Inman, JA Gude, JS Ivan, RP Lanka, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 84 (5), 841-851, 2020
Factors influencing occupancy patterns of eastern newts across Vermont
KA Rinehart, TM Donovan, BR Mitchell, RA Long
Journal of Herpetology, 521-531, 2009
Opportunities for wildlife habitat connectivity between Algonquin Provincial Park and the Adirondack Park
P Quinby, S Trombulak, T Lee, R Long, P MacKay, J Lane, M Henry
Wild Earth 10 (2), 75-81, 2000
Wolverines (Gulo gulo) in a changing landscape and warming climate: a decadal synthesis of global conservation ecology research
JT Fisher, S Murray, M Barrueto, K Carroll, AP Clevenger, D Hausleitner, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation, e02019, 2022
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