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Catherine Sun
Catherine Sun
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Trap configuration and spacing influences parameter estimates in spatial capture-recapture models
CC Sun, AK Fuller, JA Royle
PloS one 9 (2), e88025, 2014
1772014
Integrating resource selection information with spatial capture–recapture
JA Royle, RB Chandler, CC Sun, AK Fuller
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (6), 520-530, 2013
1522013
Likelihood analysis of spatial capture‐recapture models for stratified or class structured populations
JA Royle, C Sutherland, AK Fuller, CC Sun
Ecosphere 6 (2), 1-11, 2015
42*2015
Incorporating citizen science data in spatially explicit integrated population models
CC Sun, JA Royle, AK Fuller
Ecology 100 (9), e02777, 2019
372019
Evaluating population expansion of black bears using spatial capture‐recapture
CC Sun, AK Fuller, MP Hare, JE Hurst
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (5), 814-823, 2017
292017
Veery (Catharus fuscescens) nest architecture and the use of alien plant parts
CM Heckscher, SM Taylor
The American Midland Naturalist 171 (1), 157-164, 2014
122014
Simultaneous monitoring of vegetation dynamics and wildlife activity with camera traps to assess habitat change
C Sun, C Beirne, JM Burgar, T Howey, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 7 (4), 666-684, 2021
72021
Citizen science data collection for integrated wildlife population analyses
CC Sun, JE Hurst, AK Fuller
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 384, 2021
72021
Reply to Efford on ‘Integrating resource selection information with spatial capture–recapture’
JA Royle, RB Chandler, CC Sun, AK Fuller
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (7), 603-605, 2014
62014
Multispecies modelling reveals potential for habitat restoration to re‐establish boreal vertebrate community dynamics
C Beirne, C Sun, ER Tattersall, JM Burgar, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (12), 2821-2832, 2021
42021
Estimating black bear population density in the southern black bear range of New York with a non-invasive, genetic, spatial capture-recapture study
C Sun
42014
Citizen science data enhance spatio-temporal extent and resolution of animal population studies
CC Sun, AK Fuller, JE Hurst
bioRxiv, 352708, 2018
32018
Behavioral “bycatch” from camera trap surveys yields insights on prey responses to human‐mediated predation risk
AC Burton, C Beirne, C Sun, A Granados, M Procko, C Chen, M Fennell, ...
Ecology and evolution 12 (7), e9108, 2022
12022
Efficient monitoring of wildlife responses to seismic line restoration in the Algar Habitat Restoration Program
AC Burton, C Beirne, C Sun, ER Tattersall, JM Burgar, JT Fisher
12015
Correction: Trap Configuration and Spacing Influences Parameter Estimates in Spatial Capture-Recapture Models
CC Sun, AK Fuller, JA Royle
Plos one 10 (10), e0141634, 2015
12015
Coexistence or conflict: Black bear habitat use along an urban-wildland gradient
J Klees van Bommel, C Sun, AT Ford, M Todd, AC Burton
Plos one 17 (11), e0276448, 2022
2022
A cautionary tale comparing spatial count and partial identity models for estimating densities of threatened and unmarked populations
C Sun, JM Burgar, JT Fisher, AC Burton
Global Ecology and Conservation 38, e02268, 2022
2022
Patterns in Landscape-wide Spatial Heterogeneity of American Black Bear (Ursus americanus) Populations Identified Through Genetic and Noninvasive Approaches
C Sun
2019
Identifying Landscape-wide Spatial Heterogenity in Population Density and Genetic Sturcture of American Black Bear (Ursus Americanus) in New York and the Northeastern United States
C Sun
2019
Trap Configuration and Spacing Influences Parameter Estimates in Spatial Capture-Recapture Models (vol 9, e88025, 2014)
CC Sun, AK Fuller, JA Royle
PLOS ONE 10 (10), 2015
2015
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