CV & Publications

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Publication list:

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.