Clint Otto
Clint Otto
Research Ecologist, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, US Geological Survey
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Land-use change reduces habitat suitability for supporting managed honey bee colonies in the Northern Great Plains
CRV Otto, CL Roth, BL Carlson, MD Smart
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (37), 10430-10435, 2016
Typha (Cattail) invasion in North American wetlands: Biology, regional problems, impacts, ecosystem services, and management
S Bansal, SC Lishawa, S Newman, BA Tangen, D Wilcox, D Albert, ...
Wetlands 39 (4), 645-684, 2019
A comparison of honey bee-collected pollen from working agricultural lands using light microscopy and ITS metabarcoding
MD Smart, RS Cornman, DD Iwanowicz, M McDermott-Kubeczko, ...
Environmental Entomology 46 (1), 38-49, 2017
Placing prairie pothole wetlands along spatial and temporal continua to improve integration of wetland function in ecological investigations
NH Euliss Jr, DM Mushet, WE Newton, CRV Otto, RD Nelson, ...
Journal of hydrology 513, 490-503, 2014
Past role and future outlook of the Conservation Reserve Program for supporting honey bees in the Great Plains
CRV Otto, H Zheng, AL Gallant, R Iovanna, BL Carlson, MD Smart, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (29), 7629-7634, 2018
Taxonomic characterization of honey bee (Apis mellifera) pollen foraging based on non-overlapping paired-end sequencing of nuclear ribosomal loci
RS Cornman, CRV Otto, D Iwanowicz, JS Pettis
PloS one 10 (12), e0145365, 2015
Amphibian response to downed wood retention in managed forests: a prospectus for future biomass harvest in North America
CRV Otto, AJ Kroll, HC McKenny
Forest Ecology and Management 304, 275-285, 2013
Songbird response to green-tree retention prescriptions in clearcut forests
CRV Otto, GJ Roloff
Forest Ecology and Management 284, 241-250, 2012
Improving species occupancy estimation when sampling violates the closure assumption
CRV Otto, LL Bailey, GJ Roloff
Ecography 36 (12), 1299-1309, 2013
Influences of wetland and landscape characteristics on the distribution of carpenter frogs
CRV Otto, DC Forester, JW Snodgrass
Wetlands 27 (2), 261-269, 2007
Influences of wetland and landscape characteristics on the distribution of carpenter frogs
C Otto
Towson University, 2006
Using multiple methods to assess detection probabilities of forest‐floor wildlife
CRV Otto, GJ Roloff
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (2), 423-431, 2011
Climatic variation and the distribution of an amphibian polyploid complex
CRV Otto, JW Snodgrass, DC Forester, JC Mitchell, RW Miller
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (6), 1053-1061, 2007
Using publicly available data to quantify plant–pollinator interactions and evaluate conservation seeding mixes in the Northern Great Plains
CRV Otto, S O’Dell, RB Bryant, NH Euliss, RM Bush, MD Smart
Environmental entomology 46 (3), 565-578, 2017
The influence of spatiotemporally decoupled land use on honey bee colony health and pollination service delivery
MD Smart, CRV Otto, BL Carlson, CL Roth
Environmental Research Letters 13 (8), 084016, 2018
Using colony monitoring devices to evaluate the impacts of land use and nutritional value of forage on honey bee health
M Smart, C Otto, R Cornman, D Iwanowicz
Agriculture 8 (1), 2, 2018
Feeling the sting? Addressing land-use changes can mitigate bee declines
JL Durant, CRV Otto
Land Use Policy 87, 104005, 2019
Comparing population patterns to processes: abundance and survival of a forest salamander following habitat degradation
CRV Otto, GJ Roloff, RE Thames
PloS One 9 (4), e93859, 2014
Why does bee health matter
M Spivak, Z Browning, M Goblirsch, K Lee, CR Otto, M Smart, J Wu-Smart
The science surrounding honey bee health concerns and what we can do about …, 2017
Towards a US national program for monitoring native bees
SH Woodard, S Federman, RR James, BN Danforth, TL Griswold, ...
Biological Conservation 252, 108821, 2020
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