Publications

Milt, A.W., P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, A.T. Moody, T.M. Neeson, and P.B. McIntyre. 2017. Benefits for local restoration of considering options at broader scales. River Research and Applications 33: 788-795.

Moody, A.T., T.M. Neeson, S. Wangen, J. Dischler, M.W. Diebel, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, E. Yacobson, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, J.R. O’Hanley and P.B. McIntyre. 2017. Pet project or best project? Online decision support tools for prioritizing barrier removals in the Great Lakes and beyond. Fisheries 42: 57-65. [link]

Sutton, W., K. Barrett, A.T. Moody, C. Loftin, P. DeMaynadier, and P. Nanjappa. 2015. Changes in climatic niche and climate refugia of conservation priority salamander species: a case study from the northeastern United States. Forests 6: 1-26.

Moody, A.T., K.A. Hobson and A.J. Gaston. 2012. High-Arctic seabird trophic response to an anomalous year revealed through long-term isotopic monitoring. Journal of Ornithology 153: 1067-1078.

Moody, A.T. and J.B. Grand. 2012. Incorporating expert knowledge in decision support models for bird conservation. In: Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology, Ajith H. Perera , C.Ashton Drew and Chris J. Johnson (eds.). Springer, New York, pp. 109-129.

Moody, A.T. and K.A. Hobson. 2007. Alcid winter diet in the northwest Atlantic determined by stable isotope analysis. Marine Ornithology 35: 39-46.

Moody, A.T., S.I. Wilhelm, M.L. Cameron-MacMillan, C.J. Walsh, and A.E. Storey. 2005. Divorce in common murres (Uria aalge): relationship to parental quality. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 57: 224-230.


In Preparation

Moody, A.T. and P.B. McIntyre. Rules of thumb for removing barriers to aquatic connectivity.

Moody, A.T. and K.A. Hobson. Contrasting chick and adult isotopic niches in Thick-billed Murres: A reflection of differences in dietary breadth, specialization or periods of isotopic integration?

Moody, A.T. and J.B. Grand. Using kernel density estimates and focal species to plan spatially explicit priorities for bird conservation at a landscape scale.

Milt, A.W., M.W. Diebel, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, A.T. Moody, T.M. Neeson, J. Ross, T. Treska, J.R. O’Hanley, L. Walter, S. Wangen, E. Yacobson and P.B. McIntyre. submitted Aquatic connectivity restoration costs from limiting the spread of an invasive fish.

Neeson, T.N., M.W. Diebel, M.C. Ferris, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, A.T. Moody, J. Ross, E. Yacobson, and P.B. McIntyre. submitted Conserving rare species has high opportunity cost for common species.

K.B. Fitzpatrick, A.T. Moody, A.W. Milt, M.W. Diebel, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, E. Yacobson, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, P.B. McIntyre and T.M. Neeson. in prep Indicator species can guide conservation efforts to restore connectivity in Great Lakes tributaries.

S.K. McKay, E. Martin, P.B. McIntyre, A. Milt, A.T. Moody, and T.M. Neeson. in prep From tragedy to strategy: Alternative approaches for prioritizing instream connectivity barriers.

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