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Two‐species occupancy models: a new parameterization applied to co‐occurrence of secretive rails
OMW Richmond, JE Hines, SR Beissinger
Ecological Applications 20 (7), 2036-2046, 2010
2692010
Is the climate right for Pleistocene rewilding? Using species distribution models to extrapolate climatic suitability for mammals across continents
OMW Richmond, JP McEntee, RJ Hijmans, JS Brashares
PloS one 5 (9), e12899, 2010
522010
Environmental reviews and case studies: applications of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for waterbird surveys
S Dulava, WT Bean, OMW Richmond
Environmental Practice 17 (3), 201-210, 2015
442015
Environmental reviews and case studies: applications of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for waterbird surveys
S Dulava, WT Bean, OMW Richmond
Environmental Practice 17 (3), 201-210, 2015
442015
Distribution of California black rails in the Sierra Nevada foothills
OM Richmond, J Tecklin, SR Beissinger
Journal of Field Ornithology 79 (4), 381-390, 2008
372008
California black rails depend on irrigation-fed wetlands in the Sierra Nevada foothills
O Richmond, S Chen, B Risk, J Tecklin, S Beissinger
California Agriculture 64 (2), 85-93, 2010
282010
Impact of cattle grazing on the occupancy of a cryptic, threatened rail
OMW Richmond, J Tecklin, SR Beissinger
Ecological Applications 22 (5), 1655-1664, 2012
262012
Inferring ecological relationships from occupancy patterns for California Black Rails in the Sierra Nevada foothills
OMW Richmond
University of California, Berkeley, 2010
62010
A Novel Automated Method for Point-Based Change Detection Increases Estimation Accuracy of Breeding Pairs in Waterbird Colonies
WT Bean, S Dulava, M Bauer, J Sloan, OMW Richmond
Waterbirds 44 (3), 277-288, 2022
2022
ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEWS AND CASE STUDIES
S Dulava, WT Bean, OMW Richmond
Environmental Practice 17, 201-210, 2015
2015
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