Michael Bowers, Ph.D.

USDA, Imperial, CA, United States 
"Michael Bowers"


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James L. Dooley grad student 1989-1993 UVA
David R. Bowne grad student 2002 UVA
Pei-Jen L. Shaner grad student 2005 UVA
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Bowers MA, Thompson DB, Brown JH. (2020) Spatial organization of a desert rodent community: food addition and species removal. Oecologia. 72: 77-82
Bowers MA, Brown JH. (2019) Structure in a desert rodent community: use of space around Dipodomys spectabilis mounds. Oecologia. 92: 242-249
Wyttenbach T, Bleiholder C, Anderson SE, et al. (2015) A new algorithm to characterise the degree of concaveness of a molecular surface relevant in ion mobility spectrometry Molecular Physics
Robinson N, Kadlec T, Bowers MD, et al. (2014) Integrating species traits and habitat characteristics into models of butterfly diversity in a fragmented ecosystem Ecological Modelling. 281: 15-25
Nufio CR, McClenahan JL, Bowers MD. (2011) Grasshopper response to reductions in habitat area as mediated by subfamily classification and life history traits Journal of Insect Conservation. 15: 409-419
Bowne DR, Bowers MA, Hines JE. (2006) Connectivity in an agricultural landscape as reflected by interpond movements of a freshwater turtle. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 20: 780-91
Bowne DR, Bowers MA. (2004) Interpatch movements in spatially structured populations: A literature review Landscape Ecology. 19: 1-20
Bowers MA, Dooley JL. (1999) A controlled, hierarchical study of habitat fragmentation: Responses at the individual, patch, and landscape scale Landscape Ecology. 14: 381-389
Bowers MA, Matter SF, Dooley JL, et al. (1996) Controlled experiments of habitat fragmentation: a simple computer simulation and a test using small mammals. Oecologia. 108: 182-191
Bowers MA, Gregario K, Brame CJ, et al. (1996) Use of space and habitats by meadow voles at the home range, patch and landscape scales. Oecologia. 105: 107-115
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