Todd Arnold
Todd Arnold
Professor of Fisheries & Wildlife, University of Minnesota
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Uninformative parameters and model selection using Akaike's Information Criterion
TW Arnold
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (6), 1175-1178, 2010
Egg viability, nest predation, and the adaptive significance of clutch size in prairie ducks
TW Arnold, FC Rohwer, T Armstrong
The American Naturalist 130 (5), 643-653, 1987
Collision mortality has no discernible effect on population trends of North American birds
TW Arnold, RM Zink
PLoS One 6 (9), e24708, 2011
Evaluating relative abundance indices for terrestrial herbivores from large‐scale camera trap surveys
MS Palmer, A Swanson, M Kosmala, T Arnold, C Packer
African journal of ecology 56 (4), 791-803, 2018
In the absence of a “landscape of fear”: How lions, hyenas, and cheetahs coexist
A Swanson, T Arnold, M Kosmala, J Forester, C Packer
Ecology and evolution 6 (23), 8534-8545, 2016
Integrated population models facilitate ecological understanding and improved management decisions
TW Arnold, RG Clark, DN Koons, M Schaub
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (2), 266-274, 2018
Understanding the demographic drivers of realized population growth rates
DN Koons, TW Arnold, M Schaub
Ecological Applications 27 (7), 2102-2115, 2017
Effects of shrub coverages on birds of North Dakota mixed-grass prairies
TW Arnold, KF Higgins
Canadian Field-Naturalist 100 (1), 10-14, 1986
Intraclutch variation in egg size of American Coots
TW Arnold
The Condor 93 (1), 19-27, 1991
Do egg formation costs limit clutch size in waterfowl? A skeptical view
TW Arnold, FC Rohwer
The Condor 93 (4), 1032-1038, 1991
Detection probabilities for ground‐based breeding waterfowl surveys
AM Pagano, TW Arnold
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (3), 392-398, 2009
Factors affecting egg viability and incubation time in prairie dabbling ducks
TW Arnold
Canadian Journal of Zoology 71 (6), 1146-1152, 1993
Organochlorines and reproductive success of birds in orchard and non-orchard areas of central British Columbia, Canada, 1990–91
JE Elliott, PA Martin, TW Arnold, PH Sinclair
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 26, 435-443, 1994
Waterfowl use of dense nesting cover in the Canadian parklands
TW Arnold, LM Craig‐Moore, LM Armstrong, DW Howerter, JH Devries, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (8), 2542-2549, 2007
Factors that Affect Renesting in Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos)
TW Arnold, JH Devries, DW Howerter
The Auk 127 (1), 212-221, 2010
Lincoln estimates of mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) abundance in North America
RT Alisauskas, TW Arnold, JO Leafloor, DL Otis, JS Sedinger
Ecology and Evolution 4 (2), 132-143, 2014
Measurement error of external and skeletal variables in birds and its effect on principal components
SC Lougheed, TW Arnold, RC Bailey
The Auk 108 (2), 432-436, 1991
Integrated population models reveal local weather conditions are the key drivers of population dynamics in an aerial insectivore
MD Weegman, TW Arnold, RD Dawson, DW Winkler, RG Clark
Oecologia 185, 119-130, 2017
A multiscale assessment of tree avoidance by prairie birds
SJ Thompson, TW Arnold, CL Amundson
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 116 (3), 303-315, 2014
The role of predator removal, density‐dependence, and environmental factors on mallard duckling survival in North Dakota
CL Amundson, TW Arnold
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (6), 1330-1339, 2011
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