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Kimberly A. With, Ph.D.

1993-1995 Environmental Sciences Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, United States 
 1995-2000 Biological Sciences Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, United States 
 2000- Biology Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, United States 
Landscape Ecology, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Avian Ecology, Animal Ecology
"Kimberly A With"


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Russell P. Balda grad student 1985-1988 Northern Arizona University (Evolution Tree)
 (M.S. Advisor)
John A. Wiens grad student 1988-1993 Colorado State
 (Ph.D. Advisor)
Robert H. Gardner post-doc 1993-1995 Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 (Postdoctoral Supervisor)
Monica G. Turner post-doc 1993-1995 Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 (Postdoctoral Supervisor)
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Ha J, Kim HJ, With KA. (2022) Urban green space alone is not enough: A landscape analysis linking the spatial distribution of urban green space to mental health in the city of Chicago Landscape and Urban Planning. 219: 104309
With KA, Payne AR. (2021) An experimental test of the habitat amount hypothesis reveals little effect of habitat area but transient or indirect effects of fragmentation on local species richness Landscape Ecology. 36
Ramalho WP, Prado VHM, Signorelli L, et al. (2021) Multiple environmental filters and competition affect the spatial co‑occurrence of pond‑breeding anurans at both local and landscape scales in the Brazilian Cerrado Landscape Ecology. 36: 1663–1683
Herse MR, With KA, Boyle WA. (2020) Grassland fragmentation affects declining tallgrass prairie birds most where large amounts of grassland remain Landscape Ecology. 35: 2791-2804
Hesselbarth MHK, Sciaini M, With KA, et al. (2019) landscapemetrics: a new open-source R tool to calculate landscape metrics. Ecography. 42: 1648-1657
With KA, Pavuk DM. (2019) Habitat configuration matters when evaluating habitat‐area effects on host–parasitoid interactions Ecosphere. 10: e02604
With KA. (2019) Essentials of Landscape Ecology (Book) Oxford University Press
Herse MR, With KA, Boyle WA. (2018) The importance of core habitat for a threatened species in changing landscapes Journal of Applied Ecology. 55: 2241–2252
Cordeiro EMG, Campbell JF, Phillips TW, et al. (2018) Behavioral and social mechanisms behind pattern formation: an experimental study of animal movement Landscape Ecology. 33: 1881–1894
Mendes P, With KA, Signorelli L, et al. (2017) The relative importance of local versus landscape variables on site occupancy in bats of the Brazilian Cerrado Landscape Ecology. 32: 745–762
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