Marissa A. Ahlering
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Avian habitat management meets conspecific attraction: If you build it, will they come?
MA Ahlering, J Faaborg
The Auk 123 (2), 301-312, 2006
Research needs and recommendations for the use of conspecific-attraction methods in the conservation of migratory songbirds
MA Ahlering, D Arlt, MG Betts, RJ Fletcher Jr, JJ Nocera, MP Ward
The Condor 112 (2), 252-264, 2010
Conspecific attraction in a grassland bird, the Baird's Sparrow
MA Ahlering, DH Johnson, J Faaborg
Journal of Field Ornithology 77 (4), 365-371, 2006
Grassland connectivity in fragmented agricultural landscapes of the north-central United States
MC Wimberly, DM Narem, PJ Bauman, BT Carlson, MA Ahlering
Biological Conservation 217, 121-130, 2018
Genetic diversity, social structure, and conservation value of the elephants of the Nakai Plateau, Lao PDR, based on non-invasive sampling
MA Ahlering, S Hedges, A Johnson, M Tyson, SG Schuttler, LS Eggert
Conservation Genetics 12, 413-422, 2011
Elevated levels of stress hormones in crop‐raiding male elephants
MA Ahlering, JJ Millspaugh, RJ Woods, D Western, LS Eggert
Animal Conservation 14 (2), 124-130, 2011
Accuracy, precision, and cost-effectiveness of conventional dung density and fecal DNA based survey methods to estimate Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) population size and …
S Hedges, A Johnson, M Ahlering, M Tyson, LS Eggert
Biological Conservation 159, 101-108, 2013
Talking big: Lessons learned from a 9000 hectare restoration in the northern tallgrass prairie
PJ Gerla, MW Cornett, JD Ekstein, MA Ahlering
Sustainability 4 (11), 3066-3087, 2012
Cattle grazing and grassland birds in the northern tallgrass prairie
MA Ahlering, CL Merkord
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (4), 643-654, 2016
A simple and accurate method to sex savannah, forest and Asian elephants using noninvasive sampling techniques
MA Ahlering, F Hailer, MT Roberts, C Foley
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (5), 831-834, 2011
Strategic grassland bird conservation throughout the annual cycle: Linking policy alternatives, landowner decisions, and biological population outcomes
RG Drum, CA Ribic, K Koch, E Lonsdorf, E Grant, M Ahlering, L Barnhill, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0142525, 2015
Conservation outside protected areas and the effect of human‐dominated landscapes on stress hormones in savannah elephants
MA Ahlering, JE Maldonado, LS Eggert, RC Fleischer, D Western, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (3), 569-575, 2013
Looking to the future: key points for sustainable management of northern Great Plains grasslands
LB Perkins, M Ahlering, DL Larson
Restoration Ecology 27 (6), 1212-1219, 2019
Factors Associated with Arrival Densities of Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum) and Baird's Sparrow (A. Bairdii) in the Upper Great Plains
MA Ahlering, DH Johnson, J Faaborg
The Auk 126 (4), 799-808, 2009
Identifying source populations and genetic structure for savannah elephants in human-dominated landscapes and protected areas in the Kenya-Tanzania borderlands
MA Ahlering, LS Eggert, D Western, A Estes, L Munishi, R Fleischer, ...
PLoS One 7 (12), e52288, 2012
Developing a framework for evaluating tallgrass prairie reconstruction methods and management
DL Larson, M Ahlering, P Drobney, R Esser, JL Larson, K Viste-Sparkman
Ecological Restoration 36 (1), 6-18, 2018
Potential carbon dioxide emission reductions from avoided grassland conversion in the northern Great Plains
M Ahlering, J Fargione, W Parton
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01625, 2016
Fine‐scale group structure and demography of African savanna elephants recolonizing lands outside protected areas
MA Ahlering, JE Maldonado, RC Fleischer, D Western, LS Eggert
Diversity and Distributions 18 (10), 952-961, 2012
Land ownership and use influence grassland bird abundance
MA Ahlering, DH Johnson, LH Elliott
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (2), 343-355, 2019
Settlement cues and resource use by Grasshopper Sparrows and Baird's Sparrows in the upper Great Plains
MA Ahlering
University of Missouri-Columbia, 2005
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