Elizabeth W Lehrer
Elizabeth W Lehrer
Lincoln Park Zoo
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Mammal diversity and metacommunity dynamics in urban green spaces: implications for urban wildlife conservation
T Gallo, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, SB Magle
Ecological Applications 27 (8), 2330-2341, 2017
Wild birds as sentinels for multiple zoonotic pathogens along an urban to rural gradient in greater Chicago, Illinois
SA Hamer, E Lehrer, SB Magle
Zoonoses and public health 59 (5), 355-364, 2012
Advancing urban wildlife research through a multi‐city collaboration
SB Magle, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, T Gallo, MP Mulligan, MJ Ríos, AA Ahlers, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (4), 232-239, 2019
Landscape‐scale differences among cities alter common species’ responses to urbanization
M Fidino, T Gallo, EW Lehrer, MH Murray, CAM Kay, HA Sander, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (2), e02253, 2021
Urban predator–prey association: coyote and deer distributions in the Chicago metropolitan area
SB Magle, LS Simoni, EW Lehrer, JS Brown
Urban Ecosystems 17, 875-891, 2014
Urban mesopredator distribution: examining the relative effects of landscape and socioeconomic factors
SB Magle, EW Lehrer, M Fidino
Animal Conservation 19 (2), 163-175, 2016
Urbanization alters predator‐avoidance behaviours
T Gallo, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, S Magle
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (5), 793-803, 2019
Prevalence of Antibodies to Toxoplasma gondii in Woodchucks across an Urban–rural Gradient
EW Lehrer, SL Fredebaugh, RL Schooley, NE Mateus-Pinilla
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46 (3), 977-980, 2010
Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities
SB Magle, M Fidino, HA Sander, AT Rohnke, KL Larson, T Gallo, ...
Global change biology 27 (21), 5446-5459, 2021
Habitat dynamics of the Virginia opossum in a highly urban landscape
MA Fidino, EW Lehrer, SB Magle
The American Midland Naturalist 175 (2), 155-167, 2016
Need for multiscale planning for conservation of urban bats
T Gallo, EW Lehrer, M Fidino, RJ Kilgour, PJ Wolff, SB Magle
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 638-647, 2018
Survival and antipredator behavior of woodchucks (Marmota monax) along an urban–agricultural gradient
EW Lehrer, RL Schooley, JK Whittington
Canadian Journal of Zoology 90 (1), 12-21, 2012
Mammals adjust diel activity across gradients of urbanization
T Gallo, M Fidino, B Gerber, AA Ahlers, JL Angstmann, M Amaya, D Drake, ...
Elife 11, e74756, 2022
Urban bat occupancy is highly influenced by noise and the location of water: Considerations for nature-based urban planning
EW Lehrer, T Gallo, M Fidino, RJ Kilgour, PJ Wolff, SB Magle
Landscape and Urban Planning 210, 104063, 2021
Effect of lure on detecting mammals with camera traps
M Fidino, GR Barnas, EW Lehrer, MH Murray, SB Magle
Wildlife Society Bulletin 44 (3), 543-552, 2020
Barriers to building wildlife-inclusive cities: Insights from the deliberations of urban ecologists, urban planners and landscape designers
CAM Kay, AT Rohnke, HA Sander, T Stankowich, M Fidino, MH Murray, ...
Wiley, 2022
One health for all: advancing human and ecosystem health in cities by integrating an environmental justice lens
MH Murray, J Buckley, KA Byers, K Fake, EW Lehrer, SB Magle, C Stone, ...
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 53, 403-426, 2022
Space use of woodchucks across an urbanization gradient within an agricultural landscape
EW Lehrer, RL Schooley
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (6), 1342-1349, 2010
A multi‐state occupancy model to non‐invasively monitor visible signs of wildlife health with camera traps that accounts for image quality
MH Murray, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, JL Simonis, SB Magle
Journal of Animal Ecology 90 (8), 1973-1984, 2021
Integrated species distribution models reveal spatiotemporal patterns of human–wildlife conflict
M Fidino, EW Lehrer, CAM Kay, NT Yarmey, MH Murray, K Fake, ...
Ecological Applications 32 (7), e2647, 2022
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