Publications–Refereed (2001 to 2012)
Allyn, AJ, A McKnight, K McGarigal, CR Griffin, KJ Kuletz, and DB Irons. 2012. Relationships among Kittlitz’s Murrelet habitat use, temperature-depth profiles, and landscape features in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 466:233-247.
Timm, B, and K McGarigal. 2012. Fine-Scale Remotely-Sensed Cover Mapping of Coastal Dune and Salt Marsh Ecosystems at Cape Cod National Seashore Using Random Forests. Remote Sensing of Environment 127:106-117.
Zeller, KA, K McGarigal, and AR Whiteley. 2012. Estimating landscape resistance to movement: a review. Landscape Ecology 27:777-797.
O’Connor MP, FJ Juanes, K McGarigal, and S Gaurin. 2012. Findings on American shad and stripped bass in the Hudson River Estuary: a fish community study on the longterm effects of local hydrology and regional climate change. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4:327–336.
O’Connor MP, F Juanes, K McGarigal, and J Caris. 2012. Describing juvenile American shad and striped bass habitat use in the Hudson River estuary using species distribution models. Ecological Engineering 48:101-108.
Seavey J, B Glimer, and K McGarigal. 2011. Effect of sea-level rise on piping plover (Charadrius melodus) breeding habitat. Biological Conservation 144:393-401.
Timm BC, K McGarigal, and RP Cook. 2010. Scaphiopus H. Holbrookii (eastern spadefoot) predation. Herpetological Review 41:207.
Haire SL, and K McGarigal. 2010. Effects of landscape patterns of fire severity on regenerating ponderosa pine forests (Pinus ponderosa) in New Mexico and Arizona, USA. Landscape Ecology 25:1055–1069.
Timm BC, and K McGarigal. 2010. The Diets of Subadult Fowler’s Toads (Bufo fowleri) and Eastern Spadefoots (Scaphiopus h. holbrookii) at Cape Cod National Seashore, USA. Herpetological Review 41:154-156.
Betts MG, JC Hagar, JW Rivers, JD Alexander, K McGarigal, and BC McComb. 2010. Thresholds in forest bird occurrence as a function of the amount of early-seral broadleaf forest at landscape scales. Ecological Applications 20:2116-2130.
Cushman SA, KS McKelvey, BR Noon, and K McGarigal. 2010. Use of abundance of one species as a surrogate for abundance of others. Conservation Biology 24: 830-840.
Massey BH, CR Griffin, and K McGarigal. 2009. Habitat Use by Foraging Northern Harriers on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121: 765-769.
Haire SL, and K McGarigal. 2009. Spatial patterns of fire severity in southwestern forests, USA: the role of climate, fire size, and landscape gradients. Fire Ecology 5:86-103.
Sekar I, K McGarigal, JT Finn, R Ryan, and TO Randhir. 2009. Water quality response to economic development: quantifying environmental Kuznets curve. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 64:73-88.
McGarigal K, S Tagil, and SA Cushman. 2009. Surface metrics: An alternative to patch metrics for the quantification of landscape structure. Landscape Ecology 24:433–450.
Gamble LR, K McGarigal, DB Sigourney, and BC Timm. 2009. Survival and breeding frequency in Marbled Salamanders (Ambystoma opacum): implications for spatio-temporal population dynamics. Copeia 2:394–407.
Haire SL, and K McGarigal. 2008. Inhabitants of landscape scars: plant species diversity and succession after high-severity fire at two southwestern sites. The Southwestern Naturalist 53(2):146–161.
Massey B, R Bowen, C Griffin, and K McGarigal. 2008. A classification-tree analysis of nesting habitat in an island population of northern harriers. The Condor 110(1):177–183.
Cushman SA, KS McKelvey, C Flather, and K McGarigal. 2008a. Do forest community types provide a sufficient basis to evaluate biological diversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(1):13-17.
Cushman SA, K McGarigal, and M Neel. 2008b. Parsimony in landscape metrics: strength, universality, and consistency. Ecological Indicators 8:691-703.
Gamble LR, S Ravela, and K McGarigal. 2008. Multi-scale features for identifying individuals in large biological databases: an application of pattern recognition technology to the marbled salamander Ambystoma opacum. Journal of Applied Ecology 45:170–180.
Gamble LR, K McGarigal, and BW Compton. 2007. Fidelity and dispersal in the pond-breeding amphibian, Ambystoma opacum: Implications for spatio-temporal population dynamics and conservation. Biological Conservation 139:247-257.
Timm BC, K McGarigal, and BW Compton. 2007a. Timing of large movement events of pond-breeding amphibians in western Massachusetts, USA. Biological Conservation 136:442-454.
Timm BC, K McGarigal, and LR Gamble. 2007b. Emigration timing of juvenile pond-breeding amphibians in western Massachusetts. Journal of Herpetology 41(2):243-250.
Timm BC, K McGarigal, and CL Jenkins. 2007c. Emigration orientation of juvenile pond-breeding amphibians in western Massachusetts. Copeia 3:685–698.
Compton BW, K McGarigal, SA Cushman, and LR Gamble. 2007. A resistant-kernel model of connectivity for amphibians that breed in vernal pools. Conservation Biology 21(3):788-799.
Jenkins CL, K McGarigal, and BC Timm. 2006. Orientation of movements and habitat selection in a spatially-structured population of marbled salamanders (Ambystoma opacum). J. of Herpetology 40(2):240-248.
Gamble LR, K McGarigal, CL Jenkins, and BC Timm. 2006. Limitations of regulated “buffer zones” for the conservation of marbled salamanders. Wetlands 26(2):298-306.
Neel MC, K McGarigal, and SA Cushman. 2004. Behavior of class-level landscape metrics across gradients of class aggregation and area. Landscape Ecology 19:435-455.
Cushman SA, and K McGarigal. 2004a. Hierarchical analysis of forest bird species-environment relationships in the Oregon Coast Range. Ecological Applications 14:1090-1105.
Cushman SA, and K McGarigal. 2004b. Patterns in the species-environment relationship depend on both scale and choice of response variables. Oikos 105:117-124.
Cushman SA, and K McGarigal. 2003. Landscape-level patterns of avian diversity in the Oregon Coast Range. Ecological Monographs 73:259-281.
Jenkins CL, K McGarigal, and LR Gamble. 2003. Comparative effectiveness of two trapping techniques for surveying the abundance and diversity of forest floor vertebrates along drift fence arrays. Herpetological Review 34:39-42.
Thompson CM, and K McGarigal. 2002. The influence of research scale on bald eagle habitat selection along the lower Hudson River, New York. Landscape Ecology 17:569-586.
Cushman SA, and K McGarigal. 2002. Hierarchical, multi-scale decomposition of species-environment relationships. Landscape Ecology 17:637-646.
McGarigal K, and S Cushman. 2002. Comparative evaluation of experimental approaches to the study of habitat fragmentation. Ecological Applications 12(2):335-345.
Jenkins CL, K McGarigal, and LR Gamble. 2002. A comparison of aquatic surveying techniques used to sample Ambystoma opacum Larvae. Herpetological Review 33:33-35.
McGarigal K, W Romme, M Crist, and E Roworth. 2001. Cumulative effects of Logging and road-building on landscape structure in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado. Landscape Ecology 16:327-349.
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