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Scott K. Robinson, Ph.D

University of Florida University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
bird ecology, conservation
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Gomez JP, Robinson SK, Blackburn JK, et al. (2018) An efficient extension of N-mixture models for multi-species abundance estimation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 9: 340-353
Martínez AE, Gomez JP, Ponciano JM, et al. (2016) Functional Traits, Flocking Propensity, and Perceived Predation Risk in an Amazonian Understory Bird Community. The American Naturalist. 187: 607-19
Mavrodiev EV, Gomez JP, Laktionov AP, et al. (2015) Invasive plant distributions recapitulate patterns found in native plant assemblages in a heterogeneous landscape Ecosphere. 6
Oswald JA, Burleigh JG, Steadman DW, et al. (2015) Historical climatic variability and geographical barriers as drivers of community composition in a biodiversity hotspot Journal of Biogeography
Londoño GA, Chappell MA, Castañeda MdR, et al. (2015) Basal metabolism in tropical birds: Latitude, altitude, and the 'pace of life' Functional Ecology. 29: 338-346
Wilson MC, Chen XY, Corlett RT, et al. (2015) Habitat fragmentation and biodiversity conservation: key findings and future challenges Landscape Ecology. 1-9
Stracey CM, Wynn B, Robinson SK. (2014) Light pollution allows the northern mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) to feed nestlings after dark Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 126: 366-369
Jacob Socolar S, Robinson SK, Terborgh J. (2013) Bird diversity and occurrence of bamboo specia lists in two bamboo die -offs in sout heastern Peru Condor. 115: 253-262
Jankowski JE, Londoño GA, Robinson SK, et al. (2013) Exploring the role of physiology and biotic interactions in determining elevational ranges of tropical animals Ecography. 36: 001-002
Chapa-Vargas L, Robinson SK. (2013) Large forests enhance songbird nesting success in agricultural- dominated landscapes of the Midwestern US Ecography. 36: 383-392
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