Marcus Lashley
Marcus Lashley
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Estimating wildlife activity curves: comparison of methods and sample size
MA Lashley, MV Cove, MC Chitwood, G Penido, B Gardner, CS DePerno, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Fire effects on wildlife in the Central Hardwoods and Appalachian regions, USA
CA Harper, WM Ford, MA Lashley, CE Moorman, MC Stambaugh
Fire Ecology 12, 127-159, 2016
White‐tailed deer population dynamics and adult female survival in the presence of a novel predator
MC Chitwood, MA Lashley, JC Kilgo, CE Moorman, CS Deperno
The Journal of Wildlife Management 79 (2), 211-219, 2015
Subtle effects of a managed fire regime: a case study in the longleaf pine ecosystem
MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, A Prince, MB Elfelt, EL Kilburg, CS DePerno, ...
Ecological Indicators 38, 212-217, 2014
Forage availability for white‐tailed deer following silvicultural treatments in hardwood forests
MA Lashley, CA Harper, GE Bates, PD Keyser
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (6), 1467-1476, 2011
White-tailed deer vigilance: the influence of social and environmental factors
MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, MT Biggerstaff, DL Morina, CE Moorman, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), e90652, 2014
Do biological and bedsite characteristics influence survival of neonatal white-tailed deer?
MC Chitwood, MA Lashley, JC Kilgo, KH Pollock, CE Moorman, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0119070, 2015
Prescribed fire affects female white-tailed deer habitat use during summer lactation
MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, R Kays, CA Harper, CS DePerno, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 220-225, 2015
Variability in fire prescriptions to promote wildlife foods in the longleaf pine ecosystem
MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, CA Harper, CS DePerno, CE Moorman
Fire Ecology 11, 62-79, 2015
How the ecology and evolution of the COVID‐19 pandemic changed learning
MA Lashley, M Acevedo, S Cotner, CJ Lortie
Ecology and Evolution 10 (22), 12412-12417, 2020
Confirmation of coyote predation on adult female white-tailed deer in the southeastern United States
MC Chitwood, MA Lashley, CE Moorman, CS DePerno
Southeastern Naturalist 13 (3), 2014
Mesophication of oak landscapes: Evidence, knowledge gaps, and future research
HD Alexander, C Siegert, JS Brewer, J Kreye, MA Lashley, JK McDaniel, ...
BioScience 71 (5), 531-542, 2021
Do coyotes Canis latrans influence occupancy of prey in suburban forest fragments?
BM Jones, MV Cove, MA Lashley, VL Jackson
Current Zoology 62 (1), 1-6, 2016
The effects of extreme drought on native forage nutritional quality and white-tailed deer diet selection
MA Lashley, CA Harper
Southeastern Naturalist 11 (4), 699-710, 2012
Indirect effects of larvae dispersal following mass mortality events
MA Lashley, HR Jordan, JK Tomberlin, BT Barton
Ecology 99 (2), 491-493, 2018
How emotion trumps logic in climate change risk perception: exploring the affective heuristic among wildlife science students
KT Stevenson, MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, MN Peterson, CE Moorman
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (6), 501-513, 2015
Poor soils and density‐mediated body weight in deer: forage quality or quantity?
MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, CA Harper, CE Moorman, CS DePerno
Wildlife Biology 21 (4), 213-219, 2015
Testing the AC/DC hypothesis: Rock and roll is noise pollution and weakens a trophic cascade
BT Barton, ME Hodge, CJ Speights, AM Autrey, MA Lashley, VP Klink
Ecology and Evolution 8 (15), 7649-7656, 2018
Mass mortality events and the role of necrophagous invertebrates
JK Tomberlin, BT Barton, MA Lashley, HR Jordan
Current Opinion in Insect Science 23, 7-12, 2017
Sexual segregation of forage patch use: support for the social-factors and predation hypotheses
MT Biggerstaff, MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, CE Moorman, CS DePerno
Behavioural processes 136, 36-42, 2017
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