Nathaniel E. Seavy
Nathaniel E. Seavy
National Audubon Society
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A comparison of the Phyllostomid bat assemblages in undisturbed Neotropical forest and in forest fragments of a slash‐and‐burn farming mosaic in Petén, Guatemala1
MD Schulze, NE Seavy, DF Whitacre
Biotropica 32 (1), 174-184, 2000
Why climate change makes riparian restoration more important than ever: recommendations for practice and research
NE Seavy, T Gardali, GH Golet, FT Griggs, CA Howell, R Kelsey, SL Small, ...
Ecological Restoration 27 (3), 330-338, 2009
A climate change vulnerability assessment of California's at-risk birds
T Gardali, NE Seavy, RT DiGaudio, LA Comrack
PLoS One 7 (3), e29507, 2012
Quantifying carbon for agricultural soil management: from the current status toward a global soil information system
K Paustian, S Collier, J Baldock, R Burgess, J Creque, M DeLonge, ...
Carbon Management 10 (6), 567-587, 2019
Light‐level geolocator analyses: A user's guide
S Lisovski, S Bauer, M Briedis, SC Davidson, KL Dhanjal‐Adams, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 221-236, 2020
Riparian bird response to vegetation structure: a multiscale analysis using LiDAR measurements of canopy height
NE Seavy, JH Viers, JK Wood
Ecological Applications 19 (7), 1848-1857, 2009
Vegetation and topographical correlates of fire severity from two fires in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of Oregon and California
JD Alexander, NE Seavy, CJ Ralph, B Hogoboom
International Journal of Wildland Fire 15 (2), 237-245, 2006
Carbon sequestration in riparian forests: A global synthesis and meta‐analysis
KE Dybala, V Matzek, T Gardali, NE Seavy
Global change biology 25 (1), 57-67, 2019
Protected areas in climate space: What will the future bring?
JA Wiens, NE Seavy, D Jongsomjit
Biological Conservation 144 (8), 2119-2125, 2011
Water and the future of the San Joaquin Valley
E Hanak, A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, S Green, T Harter, J Jezdimirovic, J Lund, ...
Public Policy Institute of California 100, 2019
A hidden Markov model for reconstructing animal paths from solar geolocation loggers using templates for light intensity
E Rakhimberdiev, DW Winkler, E Bridge, NE Seavy, D Sheldon, ...
Movement Ecology 3, 1-15, 2015
Light-level geolocators reveal strong migratory connectivity and within-winter movements for a coastal California Swainson's Thrush (Catharus ustulatus) population
RL Cormier, DL Humple, T Gardali, NE Seavy
The Auk 130 (2), 283-290, 2013
Avian body size changes and climate change: warming or increasing variability?
RE Goodman, G Lebuhn, NE Seavy, T Gardali, JD Bluso‐Demers
Global Change Biology 18 (1), 63-73, 2012
What if California’s drought continues
E Hanak, J Mount, C Chappelle, J Lund, J Medellín-Azuara, P Moyle, ...
Public Policy Institute of California, 28-33, 2015
How can we improve information delivery to support conservation and restoration decisions?
NE Seavy, CA Howell
Biodiversity and Conservation 19, 1261-1267, 2010
Projecting demographic responses to climate change: adult and juvenile survival respond differently to direct and indirect effects of weather in a passerine population
KE Dybala, JM Eadie, T Gardali, NE Seavy, MP Herzog
Global change biology 19 (9), 2688-2697, 2013
Generalized linear models and point count data: statistical considerations for the design and analysis of monitoring studies
NE Seavy, S Quader, JD Alexander, CJ Ralph
USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191, 2005
Water stress and a changing San Joaquin Valley
E Hanak, J Lund, B Arnold, A Escriva-Bou, B Gray, S Green, T Harter, ...
Public Policy Institute of California 1, 5-48, 2017
Is statistical power to detect trends a good assessment of population monitoring?
NE Seavy, MH Reynolds
Biological Conservation 140 (1-2), 187-191, 2007
Nonlinear relationships and phylogenetically independent contrasts
S Quader, K Isvaran, RE Hale, BG Miner, NE Seavy
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (3), 709-715, 2004
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