Jamin G. Wieringa
Jamin G. Wieringa
Fish and Wildlife Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service
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Comparative Cost and Effort of Fish Distribution Detection via Environmental DNA Analysis and Electrofishing
NT Evans, PD Shirey, JG Wieringa, AR Mahon, GA Lamberti
Fisheries 42 (2), 90-99, 2017
Predicting migration routes for three species of migratory bats using species distribution models
JG Wieringa, BC Carstens, HL Gibbs
PeerJ 9, e11177, 2021
The reproductive viability of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) in the western basin of Lake Erie
JG Wieringa, SJ Herbst, AR Mahon
Journal of Great Lakes Research 43 (2), 405-409, 2017
Analysis of biodiversity data suggests that mammal species are hidden in predictable places
DJ Parsons, TA Pelletier, JG Wieringa, DJ Duckett, BC Carstens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (14), e2103400119, 2022
Using trace elements to identify the geographic origin of migratory bats
JG Wieringa, J Nagel, DM Nelson, BC Carstens, HL Gibbs
PeerJ 8, e10082, 2020
Does habitat stability structure intraspecific genetic diversity? It’s complicated...
JG Wieringa, MR Boot, MV Dantas-Queiroz, D Duckett, EM Fonseca, ...
Frontiers of Biogeography, 2020
Comparing predictions of IUCN Red List categories from machine learning and other methods for bats
JG Wieringa
Journal of Mammalogy 103 (3), 528-539, 2022
White-Nose Syndrome Pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans Detected in Migratory Tree-Roosting Bats
CJ Campbell, DM Nelson, JE Gates, H Lisle Gibbs, ER Stevenson, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Diseases 58 (3), 652-657, 2022
Sequencing whole mitochondrial genomes to assess genetic divergence between proposed silver-haired bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans) populations
M Monopoli, JG Wieringa, J Nagel, DM Nelson, HL Gibbs
Mitochondrial DNA Part B 5 (4), 3838-3839, 2020
Combining stable isotopes, trace elements, and distribution models to assess the geographic origins of migratory bats
JG Wieringa, J Nagel, CJ Campbell, DM Nelson, BC Carstens, HL Gibbs
Ecosphere 14 (6), e4588, 2023
Geographic source of bats killed at wind-energy facilities in the eastern United States
JG Wieringa, J Nagel, CJ Campbell, DM Nelson, BC Carstens, HL Gibbs
PeerJ 12, e16796, 2024
Unusual migratory strategy a key factor driving interactions at wind energy facilities in at-risk bats
CJ Campbell, DM Nelson, J Nagel, J Clerc, TJ Weller, JG Weiringa, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.01. 28.577637, 2024
Analytical and statistical methods for the study of movement and conservation of tree-roosting bats
JG Wieringa
The Ohio State University, 2022
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