Connor M. Wood
Connor M. Wood
K. Lisa Yang Center for Conservation Bioacoustics, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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BirdNET: A deep learning solution for avian diversity monitoring
S Kahl, CM Wood, M Eibl, H Klinck
Ecological Informatics 61, 101236, 2021
Detecting small changes in populations at landscape scales: a bioacoustic site-occupancy framework
CM Wood, VD Popescu, H Klinck, JJ Keane, RJ Gutiérrez, SC Sawyer, ...
Ecological Indicators 98, 492-507, 2019
Habitat selection by spotted owls after a megafire reflects their adaptation to historical frequent-fire regimes
GM Jones, HA Kramer, SA Whitmore, WJ Berigan, DJ Tempel, CM Wood, ...
Landscape Ecology 35 (5), 1199-1213, 2020
Acoustic monitoring reveals a diverse forest owl community, illustrating its potential for basic and applied ecology
CM Wood, RJ Gutiérrez, MZ Peery
Ecology 100 (9), e02764, 2019
Using the ecological significance of animal vocalizations to improve inference in acoustic monitoring programs
CM Wood, H Klinck, M Gustafson, JJ Keane, SC Sawyer, RJ Gutiérrez, ...
Conservation Biology 35 (1), 336-345, 2021
Intraspecific functional diversity of common species enhances community stability
CM Wood, ST McKinney, CS Loftin
Ecology and evolution 7 (5), 1553-1560, 2017
Framing management of social-ecological systems in terms of the cost of failure: the Sierra Nevada, USA as a case study
CM Wood, GM Jones
Environmental Research Letters 14 (10), 105004, 2019
Survey coverage, recording duration and community composition affect observed species richness in passive acoustic surveys
CM Wood, S Kahl, P Chaon, MZ Peery, H Klinck
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), 885-896, 2021
Climate‐driven range shifts are stochastic processes at a local level: two flying squirrel species in Maine
CM Wood, JW Witham, ML Hunter Jr
Ecosphere 7 (2), e01240, 2016
Using metapopulation models to assess species conservation–ecosystem restoration trade-offs
CM Wood, SA Whitmore, RJ Gutiérrez, SC Sawyer, JJ Keane, MZ Peery
Biological Conservation 224, 248-257, 2018
Early detection of rapid Barred Owl population growth within the range of the California Spotted Owl advises the Precautionary Principle
CM Wood, RJ Gutiérrez, JJ Keane, MZ Peery
The Condor 122 (1), duz058, 2020
Spatiotemporal patterns of the California spotted owl's territorial vocalizations
CM Wood, SM Schmidt, MZ Peery
Western Birds 50 (4), 232-242, 2019
Optimizing landscape‐scale monitoring programmes to detect the effects of megafires
CM Wood
Diversity and Distributions 28 (3), 479-492, 2022
Noisy neighbors and reticent residents: Distinguishing resident from non-resident individuals to improve passive acoustic monitoring
DS Reid, CM Wood, SA Whitmore, WJ Berigan, JJ Keane, SC Sawyer, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 28, e01710, 2021
Density dependence influences competition and hybridization at an invasion front
CM Wood, N Kryshak, M Gustafson, DF Hofstadter, BK Hobart, ...
Diversity and Distributions 27 (5), 901-912, 2021
Testing prediction accuracy in short-term ecological studies
CM Wood, ZG Loman, ST McKinney, CS Loftin
Basic and applied ecology 43, 77-85, 2020
Illuminating the nocturnal habits of owls with emerging tagging technologies
CM Wood, C Zulla, S Whitmore, D Reid, HA Kramer, JJ Keane, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 45 (1), 138-143, 2021
High rates of anticoagulant rodenticide exposure in California Barred Owls are associated with the wildland–urban interface
DF Hofstadter, NF Kryshak, MW Gabriel, CM Wood, GM Wengert, ...
The Condor 123 (4), duab036, 2021
Record long-distance movement of a Deer Mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, in a New England montane boreal forest
CM Wood, ST McKinney
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 129 (2), 181-182, 2015
Arresting the spread of invasive species in continental systems
DF Hofstadter, NF Kryshak, CM Wood, BP Dotters, KN Roberts, KG Kelly, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2022
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