Jean-Luc Cartron, Ph.D.

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University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
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Cartron JLE, Finch DM, Hawksworth DL, et al. (2013) Nesting ecology and nest success of the blue grosbeak along two Rivers in new Mexico Western Birds. 44: 33-44
Finch DM, Max Smith D, LeDee O, et al. (2012) Climate change, animal species, and habitats: Adaptation and issues Usda Forest Service - General Technical Report Rmrs-Gtr. 60-79
Boyer AG, Cartron JLE, Brown JH. (2010) Interspecific pairwise relationships among body size, clutch size and latitude: Deconstructing a macroecological triangle in birds Journal of Biogeography. 37: 47-56
Henny CJ, Anderson DW, Vera AC, et al. (2008) Region-wide trends of nesting Ospreys in northwestern Mexico: A three-decade perspective Journal of Raptor Research. 42: 229-242
Manzano-Fischer P, List R, Ceballos G, et al. (2006) Avian diversity in a priority area for conservation in North America: The Janos-Casas Grandes Prairie Dog Complex and adjacent habitats in northwestern Mexico Biodiversity and Conservation. 15: 3801-3825
Zwartjes PW, Cartron JLE, Stoleson PLL, et al. (2005) Assessment of native species and ungulate grazing in the southwest: Terrestrial wildlife Usda Forest Service - General Technical Report Rmrs-Gtr. 1-78
Cartron JLE, Polechla PJ, Cook RR. (2004) Prey of nesting ferruginous hawks in New Mexico Southwestern Naturalist. 49: 270-276
Johnson RR, Cartron JLE, Haight LT, et al. (2003) Cactus ferruginous pygmy-owl in Arizona, 1872-1971 Southwestern Naturalist. 48: 389-401
Cook RR, Cartron JLE, Polechla PJ. (2003) The importance of prairie dogs to nesting ferruginous hawks in grassland ecosystems Wildlife Society Bulletin. 31: 1073-1082
Cartron JLE, Molles MC, Schuetz JF, et al. (2003) Ground Arthropods as Potential Indicators of Flooding Regime in the Riparian Forest of the Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico Environmental Entomology. 32: 1075-1084
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