David Keiter
David Keiter
Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
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What is in a “common” name? A call for consistent terminology for nonnative Sus scrofa
DA Keiter, JJ Mayer, JC Beasley
Wildlife Society Bulletin 40 (2), 384-387, 2016
Effects of scale of movement, detection probability, and true population density on common methods of estimating population density
DA Keiter, AJ Davis, OE Rhodes, FL Cunningham, JC Kilgo, KM Pepin, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
Hog heaven? Challenges of managing introduced wild pigs in natural areas
DA Keiter, JC Beasley
Natural Areas Journal 37 (1), 6-16, 2017
Identification of robust microsatellite markers for wild pig fecal DNA
EM Kierepka, SD Unger, DA Keiter, JC Beasley, OE Rhodes Jr, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (6), 1120-1128, 2016
A comparison of cost and quality of three methods for estimating density for wild pig (Sus scrofa)
AJ Davis, DA Keiter, EM Kierepka, C Slootmaker, AJ Piaggio, JC Beasley, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 2047, 2020
Good prospects: high-resolution telemetry data suggests novel brood site selection behaviour in waterfowl
ML Casazza, F McDuie, AA Lorenz, D Keiter, J Yee, CT Overton, ...
Animal behaviour 164, 163-172, 2020
Development of known-fate survival monitoring techniques for juvenile wild pigs (Sus scrofa)
DA Keiter, JC Kilgo, MA Vukovich, FL Cunningham, JC Beasley
Wildlife Research 44 (2), 165-173, 2017
Moving at the speed of flight: dabbling duck-movement rates and the relationship with electronic tracking interval
F McDuie, ML Casazza, D Keiter, CT Overton, MP Herzog, CL Feldheim, ...
Wildlife Research 46 (6), 533-543, 2019
Optimization of scat detection methods for a social ungulate, the wild pig, and experimental evaluation of factors affecting detection of scat
DA Keiter, FL Cunningham, OE Rhodes Jr, BJ Irwin, JC Beasley
PloS one 11 (5), e0155615, 2016
Multi‐level movement response of invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) to removal
G Bastille‐Rousseau, PE Schlichting, DA Keiter, JB Smith, JC Kilgo, ...
Pest Management Science 77 (1), 85-95, 2021
Solving the sample size problem for resource selection functions
GM Street, JR Potts, L Börger, JC Beasley, S Demarais, JM Fryxell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (12), 2421-2431, 2021
Factors affecting bait site visitation: Area of influence of baits
JE McRae, PE Schlichting, NP Snow, AJ Davis, KC VerCauteren, JC Kilgo, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 44 (2), 362-371, 2020
Animal Visitation to Wild Pig (Sus scrofa) Wallows and Implications for Disease Transmission
KD Eckert, DA Keiter, JC Beasley
Journal of wildlife diseases 55 (2), 488-493, 2019
Predator visits to acclimatization pens: implications for the soft-release of gallinaceous birds
DA Keiter, RE Ruzicka
Oryx 54 (1), 84-89, 2020
Camera Traps Detect Prey of Northern Carnivores
DA Keiter, BR Patterson, C Dersch, B Elliott, AR Rodgers, JF Benson
Northeastern Naturalist 27 (2), N28, 2020
Solving the Sample Size Problem for Resource Selection Analysis
GM Street, JR Potts, L Börger, JC Beasley, S Demarais, JM Fryxell, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 22.432319, 2021
Habitat quality influences trade-offs in animal movement along the exploration–exploitation continuum
JB Smith, DA Keiter, SJ Sweeney, RS Miller, PE Schlichting, JC Beasley
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 4814, 2023
9 Research Methods for Wild Pigs
JC Beasley, MJ Lavelle, DA Keiter, KM Pepin, AJ Piaggio, JC Kilgo, ...
Invasive Wild Pigs in North America: Ecology, Impacts, and Management, 199-227, 2019
Implications of a beaver pelt lining the natal chamber of a wolf den
DA Keiter, BR Patterson, JF Benson
Northeastern Naturalist 26 (4), 2019
Use of cellular‐linked cameras to monitor live‐trapping of wildlife
DA Keiter, TR Stoddart, DWH Jackson
Wildlife Society Bulletin 46 (3), e1311, 2022
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