Michael A. Patten, Ph.D.

2001 University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
Ecology Biology, Zoology Biology
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John T. Rotenberry grad student 2001 UC Riverside
 (The roles of habitat and signalling in speciation: Evidence from a contact zone of two song sparrow (Melospiza melodia) subspecies.)
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Patten MA, Burger JC, Mitrovich M. (2019) The Intersection of Human Disturbance and Diel Activity, with Potential Consequences on Trophic Interactions. Plos One. 14: e0226418
Bried JT, Siepielski AM, Dvorett D, et al. (2016) Species residency status affects model selection and hypothesis testing in freshwater community ecology Freshwater Biology. 61: 1568-1579
Oyler-McCance SJ, DeYoung RW, Fike JA, et al. (2016) Rangewide genetic analysis of Lesser Prairie-Chicken reveals population structure, range expansion, and possible introgression Conservation Genetics. 1-18
Curry CM, Patten MA. (2016) Shadow of a doubt: premating and postmating isolating barriers in a temporally complex songbird (Passeriformes: Paridae) hybrid zone Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 1-16
Fritts SR, Grisham BA, Haukos DA, et al. (2016) Long-term lesser prairie-chicken nest ecology in response to grassland management Journal of Wildlife Management. 80: 527-539
Smith-Patten BD, Bridge ES, Crawford PH, et al. (2015) Is extinction forever? Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England). 24: 481-95
Winder VL, Carrlson KM, Gregory AJ, et al. (2015) Factors affecting female space use in ten populations of prairie chickens Ecosphere. 6
Patten MA. (2015) Subspecies and the philosophy of science Auk. 132: 481-485
Smith-Patten BD, Patten MA. (2015) Beyond Surrogacy-A Multi-taxon Approach to Conservation Biogeography Biotropica. 47: 128-135
Patten MA, Bried JT, Smith-Patten BD. (2015) Survey data matter: Predicted niche of adult vs breeding Odonata Freshwater Science. 34: 1114-1122
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