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Mike Conner
Mike Conner
Scientist, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
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A comparison of distance‐based and classification‐based analyses of habitat use
LM Conner, MD Smith, LW Burger
Ecology 84 (2), 526-531, 2003
2342003
Using Euclidean distances to assess nonrandom habitat use
LM Conner, BW Plowman
Radio tracking and animal populations, 275-290, 2001
1882001
Abiotic and biotic factors modulate carrion fate and vertebrate scavenging communities
KL Turner, EF Abernethy, LM Conner, OE Rhodes Jr, JC Beasley
Ecology 98 (9), 2413-2424, 2017
1062017
Space use and multi-scale habitat selection of adult raccoons in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, LM Conner, BD Leopold, KM Hodges
Journal of Wildlife Management 67, 334-340, 2003
1052003
Space use, movements and habitat selection of adult bobcats (Lynx rufus) in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold, LM Conner
The American Midland Naturalist 149 (2), 395-405, 2003
932003
Ecological value of retaining pyrophytic oaks in longleaf pine ecosystems
JK Hiers, JR Walters, RJ Mitchell, JM Varner, LM Conner, LA Blanc, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (3), 383-393, 2014
832014
Stable isotopic signatures, tissue stoichiometry, and nutrient cycling (C and N) of native and invasive freshwater bivalves
CL Atkinson, SP Opsahl, AP Covich, SW Golladay, LM Conner
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (2), 496-505, 2010
802010
Seasonal habitat selection by raccoons (Procyon lotor) in intensively managed pine forests of central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, LM Conner, BD Leopold
The American Midland Naturalist 147 (1), 102-108, 2002
732002
Multi‐scale roost‐site selection by evening bats on pine‐dominated landscapes in southwest Georgia
AC Miles, SB Castleberry, DA Miller, LM Conner
The Journal of wildlife management 70 (5), 1191-1199, 2006
722006
Effects of mesopredators on nest survival of shrub‐nesting songbirds
LM Conner, JC Rutledge, LL Smith
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (1), 73-80, 2010
682010
Effects of predation risk and group dynamics on white-tailed deer foraging behavior in a longleaf pine savanna
MJ Cherry, LM Conner, RJ Warren
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 1091-1099, 2015
632015
The phenology of ticks and the effects of long-term prescribed burning on tick population dynamics in southwestern Georgia and northwestern Florida
ER Gleim, LM Conner, RD Berghaus, ML Levin, GE Zemtsova, ...
PLoS One 9 (11), e112174, 2014
632014
Effects of mesopredators and prescribed fire on hispid cotton rat survival and cause‐specific mortality
LM Conner, SB Castleberry, AM Derrick
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (4), 938-944, 2011
632011
Effects of predator exclusion on nest and hatchling survival in the gopher tortoise
LL Smith, DA Steen, LM Conner, JC Rutledge
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (2), 352-358, 2013
612013
Habitat selection of female turkeys in a managed pine landscape in Mississippi
DA Miller, LM Conner
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (3), 744-751, 2007
592007
Habitat use of fox squirrels in southwestern Georgia
MW Perkins, LM Conner
The Journal of wildlife management 68 (3), 509-513, 2004
582004
Effects of prescribed fire, supplemental feeding, and mammalian predator exclusion on hispid cotton rat populations
G Morris, JA Hostetler, L Mike Conner, MK Oli
Oecologia 167 (4), 1005-1016, 2011
512011
Effects of predation, fire, and supplemental feeding on populations of two species of Peromyscus mice
G Morris, JA Hostetler, MK Oli, LM Conner
Journal of Mammalogy 92 (5), 934-944, 2011
512011
The vertebrate fauna of Ichauway, Baker County, GA
LL Smith, DA Steen, JM Stober, MC Freeman, SW Golladay, LM Conner, ...
Southeastern Naturalist 5 (4), 599-620, 2006
502006
Reptile assemblage response to restoration of fire‐suppressed longleaf pine sandhills
DA Steen, LL Smith, LM Conner, AR Litt, L Provencher, JK Hiers, ...
Ecological Applications 23 (1), 148-158, 2013
492013
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