Amanda Rodewald
Amanda Rodewald
Cornell University & Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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The eBird enterprise: An integrated approach to development and application of citizen science
BL Sullivan, JL Aycrigg, JH Barry, RE Bonney, N Bruns, CB Cooper, ...
Biological conservation 169, 31-40, 2014
Anthropogenic resource subsidies decouple predator–prey relationships
AD Rodewald, LJ Kearns, DP Shustack
Ecological applications 21 (3), 936-943, 2011
Nest predation in an urbanizing landscape: the role of exotic shrubs
KL Borgmann, AD Rodewald
Ecological Applications 14 (6), 1757-1765, 2004
Are urban forests ecological traps for understory birds? An examination using Northern cardinals
LFV Leston, AD Rodewald
Biological Conservation 131 (4), 566-574, 2006
Influence of landscape composition on avian community structure and associated mechanisms
AD Rodewald, RH Yahner
Ecology 82 (12), 3493-3504, 2001
Can regenerating clearcuts benefit mature-forest songbirds? An examination of post-breeding ecology
AC Vitz, AD Rodewald
Biological Conservation 127 (4), 477-486, 2006
Using open access observational data for conservation action: A case study for birds
BL Sullivan, T Phillips, AA Dayer, CL Wood, A Farnsworth, MJ Iliff, ...
Biological Conservation 208, 5-14, 2017
Forest restoration in urbanizing landscapes: interactions between land uses and exotic shrubs
KL Borgmann, AD Rodewald
Restoration Ecology 13 (2), 334-340, 2005
What is the appropriate paradigm for riparian forest conservation?
AD Rodewald, MH Bakermans
Biological Conservation 128 (2), 193-200, 2006
Influence of condition and habitat use on survival of post-fledging songbirds
AC Vitz, AD Rodewald
The Condor 113 (2), 400-411, 2011
Exotic shrubs as ephemeral ecological traps for nesting birds
AD Rodewald, DP Shustack, LE Hitchcock
Biological invasions 12 (1), 33-39, 2010
The role of atmospheric conditions in the seasonal dynamics of North American migration flyways
FA La Sorte, D Fink, WM Hochachka, A Farnsworth, AD Rodewald, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (9), 1685-1696, 2014
Conserving biodiversity in urbanizing areas: nontraditional views from a bird’s perspective
J Marzluff, A Rodewald
Cities and the Environment (CATE) 1 (2), 6, 2008
Urban flight: understanding individual and population‐level responses of Nearctic–Neotropical migratory birds to urbanization
AD Rodewald, DP Shustack
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (1), 83-91, 2008
Floristics and avian community structure: implications for regional changes in eastern forest composition
AD Rodewald, MD Abrams
Forest Science 48 (2), 267-272, 2002
Vegetative and fruit resources as determinants of habitat use by mature-forest birds during the postbreeding period
AC Vitz, AD Rodewald
The Auk 124 (2), 494-507, 2007
Consumer resource matching in urbanizing landscapes: Are synanthropic species over‐matching
AD Rodewald, DP Shustack
Ecology 89 (2), 515-521, 2008
Edge‐and area‐sensitivity of shrubland birds
AD Rodewald, AC Vitz
The Journal of Wildlife Management 69 (2), 681-688, 2005
The importance of land uses within the landscape matrix
AD Rodewald
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 586-592, 2003
Avian nesting success in forested landscapes: influence of landscape composition, stand and nest-patch microhabitat, and biotic interactions
AD Rodewald, RH Yahner, J Brawn
The Auk 118 (4), 1018-1028, 2001
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