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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 Univeristy (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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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
Signorelli L, Bastos RP, De Marco Jr. P, et al. (2016) Landscape context affects site occupancy of pond-breeding anurans across a disturbance gradient in the Brazilian Cerrado Landscape Ecology. 31: 1997–2012
With KA. (2016) Are landscapes more than the sum of their patches? Landscape Ecology. 31: 969–980
With KA. (2015) How fast do migratory songbirds have to adapt to keep pace with rapidly changing landscapes? Landscape Ecology. 30: 351-361
Skelsey P, With KA, Garrett KA. (2013) Why dispersal should be maximized at intermediate scales of heterogeneity. Theoretical Ecology. 6: 203-211
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