Daniel W. Linden
Daniel W. Linden
Statistician, NOAA/NMFS/GARFO
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Examining the occupancy–density relationship for a low‐density carnivore
DW Linden, AK Fuller, JA Royle, MP Hare
Journal of applied ecology 54 (6), 2043-2052, 2017
Noninvasive hair sampling and genetic tagging of co‐distributed fishers and American martens
BW Williams, DR Etter, DW Linden, KF Millenbah, SR Winterstein, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (1), 26-34, 2009
Management decision making for fisher populations informed by occupancy modeling
AK Fuller, DW Linden, JA Royle
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (5), 794-802, 2016
Conserving avian richness through structure retention in managed forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA
DW Linden, GJ Roloff, AJ Kroll
Forest Ecology and Management 284, 174-184, 2012
oSCR: a spatial capture–recapture R package for inference about spatial ecological processes
C Sutherland, JA Royle, DW Linden
Ecography 42 (9), 1459-1469, 2019
Retained structures and bird communities in clearcut forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA
DW Linden, GJ Roloff
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 1045-1056, 2013
Avian response to green roofs in urban landscapes in the Midwestern USA
CJ Eakin, H Campa III, DW Linden, GJ Roloff, DB Rowe, J Westphal
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (3), 574-582, 2015
Integrating telemetry data into spatial capture–recapture modifies inferences on multi‐scale resource selection
DW Linden, APK Sirén, PJ Pekins
Ecosphere 9 (4), e02203, 2018
oSCR: multi-session sex-structured spatial capture-recapture models
C Sutherland, JA Royle, D Linden
R package version 0.30. 0, 2016
The functions of male–male aggression in a female-dominated mammalian society
LJ Curren, DW Linden, VK Heinen, MC McGuire, KE Holekamp
Animal Behaviour 100, 208-216, 2015
Examining disease prevalence for species of conservation concern using non‐invasive spatial capture–recapture techniques
AB Muneza, DW Linden, RA Montgomery, AJ Dickman, GJ Roloff, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (3), 709-717, 2017
Lessons learned from using GIS to model landscape-level wildlife habitat
GJ Roloff, ML Donovan, DW Linden, ML Strong
Models for planning wildlife conservation in large landscapes, 287-320, 2009
Improving inferences from short‐term ecological studies with Bayesian hierarchical modeling: white‐headed woodpeckers in managed forests
DW Linden, GJ Roloff
Ecology and Evolution 5 (16), 3378-3388, 2015
Impact of habitat alteration on endemic Afromontane chameleons: evidence for historical population declines using hierarchical spatial modelling
PL Shirk, DW Linden, DA Patrick, KM Howell, EB Harper, JR Vonesh
Diversity and Distributions 20 (10), 1186-1199, 2014
Modeling habitat potential for Canada lynx in Michigan
DW Linden, H Campa III, GJ Roloff, DE Beyer Jr, KF Millenbah
Wildlife Society Bulletin 35 (1), 20-26, 2011
Building and using habitat models for assessing temporal changes in forest ecosystems
AB Felix, DW Linden, H CAMPA III
Temporal dimensions of landscape ecology, 195-217, 2007
Accurate recapture identification for genetic mark–recapture studies with error-tolerant likelihood-based match calling and sample clustering
SA Sethi, D Linden, J Wenburg, C Lewis, P Lemons, A Fuller, MP Hare
Royal Society open science 3 (12), 160457, 2016
Spatial proximity moderates genotype uncertainty in genetic tagging studies
BC Augustine, JA Royle, DW Linden, AK Fuller
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (30), 17903-17912, 2020
Maternal effect and interactions with philopatry in subadult female American black bear, Ursus americanus, den selection
AA Vitale, ST McKinney, DW Linden
Animal Behaviour 138, 131-139, 2018
Do the antipredator strategies of shared prey mediate intraguild predation and mesopredator suppression?
JDJ Clare, DW Linden, EM Anderson, DM MacFarland
Ecology and evolution 6 (12), 3884-3897, 2016
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