EDA Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Collazo JA, Fackler PL, Pacifici K, White TH Jr, Llerandi-Roman I, Dinsmore SJ (2013) Optimal allocation of captive-reared birds in endangered species conservation: decisions when divergent dynamics characterize managed populations. The Journal of Wildlife Management 77:6, 1124-1134

  • Rogers SL, Collazo JA, Drew CA (2013) Nest occurrence and survival of King Rails in fire-managed coastal marshes in North Carolina and Virginia. Journal of Field Ornithology 84(4):355366

  • Drescher M, Perera AH, Johnson CJ, Buse LJ, Drew CA, Burgman MA (2013) Toward rigorous use of expert knowledge in ecological research. Ecosphere 4(7):art83

  • Rogers SL, Collazo JA, Drew CA (2013) Occupancy and abundance of King Rails in fire managed coastal marshes. Waterbirds 36(2):179-188

  • Pacifici K, Dorazio RM, Conroy MJ (2012) A two-phase sampling design for increasing detections of rare species in occupancy surveys. Methods in Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1111/j.2041-210X.2012.00201.x.

  • Alexander LB, Hess GR (2012) Land trust evaluation of progress toward conservation goals. Conservation Biology 26(1): 7-12

  • Hightower JE, Harris JE, Raabe JK, Brownell P, Drew CA (2012) Habitat suitability models for American shad in southeastern rivers. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 3(2):184-198 *pdf*

Books and Book Chapters

  • Perera AH, Drew CA, Johnson CJ (eds) (2012) Expert Knowledge and its Application in Landscape Ecology. Springer, New York, NY.

    • Perera AH, Drew CA, Johnson CJ: Experts, expert knowledge and their roles in landscape ecological applications (Chapter 1)

    • Drew CA, Collazo J: Expert knowledge as a foundation for management of secretive species and their habitat (Chapter 5)

    • Drew CA, Johnson CJ, Perera AH: Elicitation and use of expert knowledge in landscape ecological applications: a synthesis. (Chapter 14)

  • Drew CA, Wiersma Y, Huettmann FH (eds) (2011) Predictive Species and Habitat Modeling in Landscape Ecology: Concepts and Applications. Springer, New York, NY.

    • Wiersma Y, Drew CA, Huettmann FH: Landscape modeling of species and their habitats: history, uncertainty, and complexity (Chapter 1)

    • Laurent E, Drew CA, Thogmartin W: The role of assumptions in predictions of habitat availability and quality (Chapter 5)

    • Drew CA, Perera AH: Expert knowledge as a basis for landscape ecological predictive models (Chapter 12)

    • Drew CA, Wiersma Y, Huettmann FH: The state of habitat and species modeling today (Chapter 15)

  • Simons TR, Pollock KH, Wettroth JM, Alldredge MW, Pacifici K, Brewster JP (2009) Sources of measurement error, misclassification error, and bias in auditory avian point count data. In Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations (eds) Thompson DL, Cooch EG, Conroy MJ. Springer, New York, NY.

Final Reports

  • Drew CA, Collazo JA (In Revision) Bayesian Belief Networks as a framework to step-down and support Strategic Habitat Conservation of data-poor species: A case study with King Rail (Rallus elegans) in Eastern North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia. Prepared for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Science Support Program.

  • Drew CA, Alexander-Vaughn LB, Collazo JA, McKerrow A, Anderson J (2013) Developing an Outcome-Based Biodiversity Metric in Support of the Field to Market Project: Final Report. Prepared for Field to Market (Keystone Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture Field to Market) and The Nature Conservancy

  • Drew CA, Collazo JA, Alexander LB, Reid JP, Slone DH (2013) Science Summary in Support of Manatee Protection Area Design in Puerto Rico. Prepared for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Caribbean Field Office, Boqueron, PR