Nathan P. Snow
Nathan P. Snow
USDA/APHIS/WS National Wildlife Research Center
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Machine learning to classify animal species in camera trap images: Applications in ecology
MA Tabak, MS Norouzzadeh, DW Wolfson, SJ Sweeney, KC VerCauteren, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 585-590, 2019
Interpreting and predicting the spread of invasive wild pigs
NP Snow, MA Jarzyna, KC VerCauteren
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 2022-2032, 2017
Underreporting of wildlife-vehicle collisions does not hinder predictive models for large ungulates
NP Snow, WF Porter, DM Williams
Biological Conservation 181, 44-53, 2015
American bullfrogs as invasive species: a review of the introduction, subsequent problems, management options, and future directions
NP Snow, G Witmer
Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 24 (24), 2010
Development of toxic bait to control invasive wild pigs and reduce damage
NP Snow, JA Foster, JC Kinsey, ST Humphrys, LD Staples, DG Hewitt, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 41 (2), 256-263, 2017
Bait preference of free-ranging feral swine for delivery of a novel toxicant
NP Snow, JM Halseth, MJ Lavelle, TE Hanson, CR Blass, JA Foster, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0146712, 2016
A landscape-based approach for delineating hotspots of wildlife-vehicle collisions
NP Snow, DM Williams, WF Porter
Landscape ecology 29 (5), 817-829, 2014
Characteristics of road‐kill locations of San Clemente Island foxes
NP Snow, WF Andelt, NP Gould
Wildlife Society Bulletin 35 (1), 32-39, 2011
Effects of roads on survival of San Clemente Island foxes
NP Snow, WF Andelt, TR Stanley, JR Resnik, L Munson
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (2), 243-252, 2012
Development and evaluation of a bait station for selectively dispensing bait to invasive wild pigs
MJ Lavelle, NP Snow, JM Halseth, JC Kinsey, JA Foster, KC VerCauteren
Wildlife Society Bulletin 42 (1), 102-110, 2018
A field evaluation of a trap for invasive American bullfrogs.
NP Snow, GW Witmer
Pacific Conservation Biology 17 (3), 285-291, 2011
Accounting for observation processes across multiple levels of uncertainty improves inference of species distributions and guides adaptive sampling of environmental DNA
AJ Davis, KE Williams, NP Snow, KM Pepin, AJ Piaggio
Ecology and evolution 8 (22), 10879-10892, 2018
Evaluation of movement behaviors to inform toxic baiting strategies for invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa)
MJ Lavelle, NP Snow, JM Halseth, EH VanNatta, HN Sanders, ...
Pest management science 74 (11), 2504-2510, 2018
Potential attractants for detecting and removing invading Gambian giant pouched rats (Cricetomys gambianus)
GW Witmer, NP Snow, PW Burke
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 66 (4), 412-416, 2010
Strength testing of raccoons and invasive wild pigs for a species‐specific bait station
NP Snow, MJ Lavelle, JM Halseth, CR Blass, JA Foster, KC V er cauteren
Wildlife Society Bulletin 41 (2), 264-270, 2017
Vole problems, management options, and research needs in the United States
GW Witmer, NP Snow, L Humberg, T Salmon
Potential secondary poisoning risks to non‐targets from a sodium nitrite toxic bait for invasive wild pigs
NP Snow, JA Foster, EH VanNatta, KE Horak, ST Humphrys, LD Staples, ...
Pest management science 74 (1), 181-188, 2018
Attractants for wild pigs: current use, availability, needs, and future potential
MJ Lavelle, NP Snow, JW Fischer, JM Halseth, EH VanNatta, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 63 (6), 1-14, 2017
Exposure of a population of invasive wild pigs to simulated toxic bait containing biomarker: implications for population reduction
NP Snow, MJ Lavelle, JM Halseth, MP Glow, EH VanNatta, AJ Davis, ...
Pest management science 75 (4), 1140-1149, 2019
Movement responses inform effectiveness and consequences of baiting wild pigs for population control
NP Snow, KC VerCauteren
Crop Protection 124, 104835, 2019
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