Jason S. Grear, Ph.D.

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Jason Grear"


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Oswald J. Schmitz grad student 2003 Yale
 (Mechanisms driving spatial aggregation in a forest insect.)
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Ganju NK, Brush MJ, Rashleigh B, et al. (2016) Progress and challenges in coupled hydrodynamic-ecological estuarine modeling. Estuaries and Coasts : Journal of the Estuarine Research Federation. 39: 311-332
Grear JS, Horowitz DB, Gutjahr-Gobell R. (2011) Mysid population responses to resource limitation differ from those predicted by cohort studies Marine Ecology Progress Series. 432: 115-123
Markert JA, Champlin DM, Gutjahr-Gobell R, et al. (2010) Population genetic diversity and fitness in multiple environments. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 10: 205
Grear JS, Meyer MW, Cooley JH, et al. (2009) Population growth and demography of common loons in the northern United States Journal of Wildlife Management. 73: 1108-1115
Grear JS, Elderd BD. (2008) Bias in population growth rate estimation: Sparse data, partial life cycle analysis and Jensen's inequality Oikos. 117: 1587-1593
Burns CE, Grear JS. (2008) Effects of habitat loss on populations of white-footed mice: Testing matrix model predictions with landscape-scale perturbation experiments Landscape Ecology. 23: 817-831
Grear JS, Burns CE. (2007) Evaluating effects of low quality habitats on regional population growth in Peromyscus leucopus: Insights from field-parameterized spatial matrix models Landscape Ecology. 22: 45-60
Nacci D, Pelletier M, Lake J, et al. (2005) An approach to predict risks to wildlife populations from mercury and other stressors. Ecotoxicology (London, England). 14: 283-93
Grear JS, Schmitz OJ. (2005) Effects of grouping behavior and predators on the spatial distribution of a forest floor arthropod Ecology. 86: 960-971
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