CV & Publications

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Publication list:

Hadley, A. S., Frey, S. J. K., Robinson, W. D., and Betts, M. G. (In Press) Tropical deforestation reduces hummingbird availability as pollinators. Biotropica. DOI:10.1111/btp.12487

Pfeifer M., Lefebvre V., Wearn O.R., Marsh C.J., Banks-Leite C., Peres C.A., Butchart S.H.M., Arroyo-Rodríguez V., Barlow J., Cerezo A., Cisneros L., D’Cruze N., Fariah D., Hadley A.S., Klingbeil B.T., Kormann U., Lens L., Medina-Rangel G.F., Morante-Filho J.C., Olivier P., Peters S., Pidgeon A., Ribeiro D.B., Scherber C., Schneider-Maunory L., Struebig M., Urbina-Cardona N., Watling J.I., Willig M.R., Wood E.M., Ewers R.M. (In Press) Global creation of forest edges has a near-universal impact on forest vertebrates. Nature.

Volpe, N., Robinson, W. D., Frey, S. J. K., Hadley, A. S., and Betts, M. G. (2016) Tropical forest fragmentation limits movements, but not occurrence of a generalist pollinator species. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0167513. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0167513

Hadley, A. S. and M. G. Betts. (2016) Refocusing Habitat Fragmentation Research Using Lessons from the Last Decade. Current Landscape Ecology Reports 1:55-66.

Frey, S. J. K., A. S. Hadley, S. L. Johnson, M. Schulze, J. Jones, and M. G. Betts (2016) Spatial models reveal microclimatic buffering capacity of old-growth forest. Science Advances 2: e1501392.

Kormann, U., C. Scherber, T. Tscharntke, N. Klein, M. Larbig, J. J. Valente, A. S. Hadley, and M. G. Betts. 2016. Corridors restore animal-mediated pollination in fragmented tropical forest landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 283:20152347.

Frey, S. J. K., A. S. Hadley, and M. G. Betts. (2016) Microclimate predicts within-season distribution dynamics of montane forest birds. Diversity and Distributions 22:944-959.

Givot, R., K. E. Oconnell, A. S. Hadley, and M. G. Betts (2015) Hummingbird citizen science: Students contribute to hummingbird conservation research while connecting content standards to the natural world. The Science Teacher Nov:25-33.

Betts, M. G., A. S. Hadley, and W. J. Kress. 2015. Pollinator recognition by a keystone tropical plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112:3433-3438.

Betts, M. G., K. J. Gutzwiller, M. J. Smith, W. D. Robinson, and A. S. Hadley. 2015. Improving inferences about functional connectivity from animal translocation experiments. Landscape Ecology 30:585-593.

Hadley, A. S., S. J. K. Frey, W. D. Robinson, W. J. Kress, and M. G. Betts. 2014. Tropical forest fragmentation limits pollination of a keystone understory herb. Ecology 95:2202-2212.

Betts, M. G., L. Fahrig, A. S. Hadley, K. E. Halstead, J. Bowman, W. D. Robinson, J. A. Wiens, and D. B. Lindenmayer. 2014. A species-centered approach for uncovering generalities in organism responses to habitat loss and fragmentation. Ecography 37:517-527.

Volpe, N., A. S. Hadley, W. D. Robinson, and M. G. Betts. 2014. Functional connectivity experiments reflect routine movement behavior Ecological Applications:10.1890/1813-2168.1891.

Pfeifer, M., V. Lefebvre, T. A. Gardner, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, L. Baeten, C. Banks-Leite, J. Barlow, M. G. Betts, J. Brunet, A. Cerezo, L. M. Cisneros, S. Collard, N. D’Cruze, C. D. Motta, S. Duguay, H. Eggermont, F. Eigenbrod, A. S. Hadley, T. R. Hanson, J. E. Hawes, T. H. Scalley, B. T. Klingbeil, A. Kolb, U. Kormann, S. Kumar, T. Lachat, P. L. Fraser, V. Lantschner, W. F. Laurance, I. R. Leal, L. Lens, C. J. Marsh, G. F. Medina-Rangel, S. Melles, D. Mezger, J. A. Oldekop, W. L. Overal, C. Owen, C. A. Peres, B. Phalan, A. M. Pidgeon, O. Pilia, H. P. Possingham, M. L. Possingham, D. C. Raheem, D. B. Ribeiro, J. D. R. Neto, W. D. Robinson, R. Robinson, T. Rytwinski, C. Scherber, E. M. Slade, E. Somarriba, P. C. Stouffer, M. J. Struebig, J. M. Tylianakis, T. Tscharntke, A. J. Tyre, J. N. U. Cardona, H. L. Vasconcelos, O. Wearn, K. Wells, M. R. Willig, E. Wood, R. P. Young, A. V. Bradley, and R. M. Ewers. 2014. BIOFRAG – a new database for analyzing BIOdiversity responses to forest FRAGmentation. Ecology and Evolution 4:1524-1537.

Hadley, A. S., and Betts, M. G. (2012) The effects of landscape fragmentation on pollination dynamics: absence of evidence not evidence of absence. Biological Reviews. 87:526-544.

Briggs, F., B. Lakshminarayanan, L. Neal, X. Fern, R. Raich, S. J. K. Hadley, A. S. Hadley, and M. G. Betts. (2012) Acoustic classification of multiple simultaneous bird species: A multi-instance multi-label approach. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America DOI: 10.1121/1.4707424.

Rousseau, P., A. Desrochers, and A. S. Hadley. (2012) Habitat selection and fidelity by White-throated Sparrows (Zonotrichia albicollis): generalist species, specialist individuals? Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 90:595–601.

Betts, M. G., Nocera,  J. J. and Hadley, A. S. (2010) Settlement in novel habitats induced by social information may disrupt community structure. Condor 112:265-273.

Hadley, A. S., and Betts, M. G. (2009) Tropical deforestation alters hummingbird movement patterns. Biology Letters 5:207-210. (Highlighted in Science (Feb. 20, 2009) 323:989)

Betts, M. G., Hadley, A. S. Rodenhouse, N. and Nocera, J. J. (2008). Social information trumps vegetation structure in breeding-site selection by a migrant songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 275:2257-2263.

Hadley, A. S. and Desrochers, A. (2008). Response of wintering Boreal Chickadees (Poecile hudsonica) to forest edges: Does weather matter? Auk 125:30-38.

Hadley, A. S. and Desrochers, A. (2008). Winter habitat use by Boreal Chickadee flocks in a managed forest. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:139-145.

Betts, M. G., Zitske, B., Hadley, A. S., and Diamond, A. W. (2006) Migrant forest songbirds undertake breeding dispersal following timber harvest. Northeastern Naturalist 13: 531-536.

Betts, M. G., Hadley, A. S. and Doran, P. J. (2005) Avian mobbing response is restricted by territory boundaries: experimental evidence from two species of forest warblers. Ethology 111: 821–835.