Kevin Ringelman
Kevin Ringelman
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Density-dependent nest predation in waterfowl: the relative importance of nest density versus nest dispersion
KM Ringelman, JM Eadie, JT Ackerman
Oecologia 169 (3), 695-702, 2012
422012
Predator foraging behavior and patterns of avian nest success: What can we learn from an agent-based model?
KM Ringelman
Ecological Modelling 272, 141-149, 2014
302014
Latitudinal variation in clutch size–lay date regressions in Tachycineta swallows: effects of food supply or demography?
DW Winkler, KM Ringelman, PO Dunn, L Whittingham, DJT Hussell, ...
Ecography 37 (7), 670-678, 2014
272014
A meta‐analysis of American black duck winter habitat use along the Atlantic Coast
KM Ringelman, CK Williams, PK Devers, JM Coluccy, PM Castelli, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 79 (8), 1298-1307, 2015
222015
Adaptive nest clustering and density‐dependent nest survival in dabbling ducks
KM Ringelman, JM Eadie, JT Ackerman
Oikos 123 (2), 239-247, 2014
222014
SWAMP: an agent-based model for wetland and waterfowl conservation management
ML Miller, KM Ringelman, JC Schank, JM Eadie
Simulation 90 (1), 52-68, 2014
172014
Assessing uncertainty in coastal marsh core sampling for waterfowl foods
KM Ringelman, CK Williams, JM Coluccy
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6 (1), 238-246, 2015
162015
Spatiotemporal patterns of duck nest density and predation risk: a multi‐scale analysis of 18 years and more than 10 000 nests
KM Ringelman, JM Eadie, JT Ackerman, A Sih, DL Loughman, GS Yarris, ...
Oikos 126 (3), 332-338, 2017
142017
Dabbling Ducks Increase Nest Defense After Partial Clutch Loss: Los Patos de Genero Anas Aumentan la Defensa del Nido luego de la Pérdida Parcial de la Nidada
KM Ringelman, MJ Stupaczuk
The Condor 115 (2), 290-297, 2013
142013
Implications of uncertainty in true metabolizable energy estimates for estimating wintering waterfowl carrying capacities
MC Livolsi, KM Ringelman, JM Coluccy, MT Dibona, CK Williams
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (4), 827-833, 2015
122015
Subsampling reduces sorting effort for waterfowl foods in salt-marsh core samples
MC Livolsi, KM Ringelman, CK Williams
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5 (2), 380-386, 2014
112014
Temporal and multi-spatial environmental drivers of duck nest survival
KM Ringelman, J Walker, JK Ringelman, SE Stephens
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (3), 486-494, 2018
92018
Carrying capacity of wintering American black ducks in forested wetlands
SR Fino, CK Williams, MC Livolsi, KM Ringelman, JM Coluccy, PK Devers, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (5), 943-950, 2017
92017
Time to fly: A comparison of marginal value theorem approximations in an agent-based model of foraging waterfowl
ML Miller, KM Ringelman, JM Eadie, JC Schank
Ecological Modelling 351, 77-86, 2017
92017
Applications of unmanned aerial vehicles to survey mesocarnivores
JD Bushaw, KM Ringelman, FC Rohwer
Drones 3 (1), 28, 2019
62019
Vegetation phenology and nest survival: Diagnosing heterogeneous effects through time
KM Ringelman, CG Skaggs
Ecology and evolution 9 (4), 2121-2130, 2019
62019
Estimating Waterfowl Carrying Capacity at Local Scales: A Case Study From Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey1
KM Ringelman, CK Williams, PM Castelli, ML Sieges, RA Longenecker, ...
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 9 (1), 106-116, 2018
62018
Habitat edges have weak effects on duck nest survival at local spatial scales
AJ Raquel, KM Ringelman, JT Ackerman, JM Eadie
Ardea 103 (2), 155-162, 2015
52015
Proximity to oil wells in North Dakota does not impact nest success of ducks but lowers nest densities
CG Skaggs, KM Ringelman, CR Loesch, ML Szymanski, FC Rohwer, ...
The Condor 122 (2), duaa012, 2020
42020
Applications of an unmanned aerial vehicle and thermal‐imaging camera to study ducks nesting over water
JD Bushaw, KM Ringelman, MK Johnson, T Rohrer, FC Rohwer
Journal of Field Ornithology 91 (4), 409-420, 2020
32020
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