Douglas J. Tempel, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2014 Natural Resources Science and Management University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
Wildlife Conservation Agriculture, Statistics, Ecology Biology

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2017 Fountain ED, Kang JK, Tempel DJ, Palsbøll PJ, Pauli JN, Peery MZ. Genomics meets applied ecology: Characterizing habitat quality for sloths in a tropical agro-ecosystem. Molecular Ecology. PMID 29080363 DOI: 10.1111/mec.14388  0.4
2016 Jones GM, Gutiérrez RJ, Tempel DJ, Zuckerberg B, Peery MZ. Using dynamic occupancy models to inform climate change adaptation strategies for California spotted owls Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12600  0.64
2016 Jones GM, Gutiérrez RJ, Tempel DJ, Whitmore SA, Berigan WJ, Peery MZ. Megafires: an emerging threat to old-forest species Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 14: 300-306. DOI: 10.1002/fee.1298  0.64
2015 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ, Battles JJ, Fry DL, Su Y, Guo Q, Reetz MJ, Whitmore SA, Jones GM, Collins BM, Stephens SL, Kelly M, Berigan WJ, Peery MZ. Evaluating short- and long-term impacts of fuels treatments and simulated wildfire on an old-forest species Ecosphere. 6. DOI: 10.1890/ES15-00234.1  0.64
2014 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ, Whitmore SA, Reetz MJ, Stoelting RE, Berigan WJ, Seamans ME, Zachariah Peery M. Effects of forest management on California Spotted Owls: implications for reducing wildfire risk in fire‐prone forests. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 24: 2089-106. PMID 29188683  0.64
2014 Tempel DJ, Peery MZ, Gutiérrez RJ. Using integrated population models to improve conservation monitoring: California spotted owls as a case study Ecological Modelling. 289: 86-95. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.07.005  0.64
2014 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ, Whitmore SA, Reetz MJ, Stoelting RE, Berigan WJ, Seamans ME, Peery MZ. Effects of forest management on California spotted owls: Implications for reducing wildfire risk in fire-prone forests Ecological Applications. 24: 2089-2106.  0.64
2013 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ. Relation between occupancy and abundance for a territorial species, the California spotted owl. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 27: 1087-95. PMID 23678946 DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12074  0.64
2012 Popescu VD, de Valpine P, Tempel D, Peery MZ. Estimating population impacts via dynamic occupancy analysis of Before-After Control-Impact studies. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 22: 1389-404. PMID 22827142 DOI: 10.1890/11-1669.1  0.64
2012 Berigan WJ, Gutiérrez RJ, Tempel DJ. Evaluating the efficacy of protected habitat areas for the California spotted owl using long-term monitoring data Journal of Forestry. 110: 299-303. DOI: 10.5849/jof.11-018  0.64
2011 García-Feced C, Tempel DJ, Kelly M. LiDAR as a tool to characterize wildlife habitat: California spotted owl nesting habitat as an example Journal of Forestry. 109: 436-443.  0.64
2010 Phillips CE, Tempel DJ, Gutirrez RJ. Do California Spotted Owls select nest trees close to forest edges? Journal of Raptor Research. 44: 311-314. DOI: 10.3356/JRR-09-78.1  0.64
2004 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ. Factors related to fecal corticosterone levels in California Spotted Owls: Implications for assessing chronic stress Conservation Biology. 18: 538-547. DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2004.00372.x  0.64
2004 Tempel DJ, Cilimburg AB, Wright V. The status and management of exotic and invasive species in national wildlife refuge wilderness areas Natural Areas Journal. 24: 300-306.  0.64
2004 Washburn BE, Tempel DJ, Millspaugh JJ, Gutiérrez RJ, Seamans ME. Factors related to fecal estrogens and fecal testosterone in California Spotted Owls Condor. 106: 567-579.  0.64
2003 Tempel DJ, Gutiérrez RJ. Fecal corticosterone levels in California spotted owls exposed to low-intensity chainsaw sound Wildlife Society Bulletin. 31: 698-702.  0.64
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