BENJAMIN ZUCKERBERG
BENJAMIN ZUCKERBERG
Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin
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Citizen science as an ecological research tool: challenges and benefits
JL Dickinson, B Zuckerberg, DN Bonter
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 41, 149-172, 2010
12122010
Poleward shifts in breeding bird distributions in New York State
B Zuckerberg, AM Woods, WF Porter
Global Change Biology 15 (8), 1866-1883, 2009
1972009
Spatiotemporal exploratory models for broad‐scale survey data
D Fink, WM Hochachka, B Zuckerberg, DW Winkler, B Shaby, MA Munson, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (8), 2131-2147, 2010
1852010
The invisible prevalence of citizen science in global research: migratory birds and climate change
CB Cooper, J Shirk, B Zuckerberg
PloS one 9 (9), 2014
1262014
The subnivium: a deteriorating seasonal refugium
JN Pauli, B Zuckerberg, JP Whiteman, W Porter
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (5), 260-267, 2013
992013
Climatic constraints on wintering bird distributions are modified by urbanization and weather
B Zuckerberg, DN Bonter, WM Hochachka, WD Koenig, AT DeGaetano, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (2), 403-413, 2011
982011
Daily foraging patterns in free-living birds: exploring the predation–starvation trade-off
DN Bonter, B Zuckerberg, CW Sedgwick, WM Hochachka
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1760), 20123087, 2013
832013
Do the size and landscape context of forest openings influence the abundance and breeding success of shrubland songbirds in southern New England?
RA Askins, B Zuckerberg, L Novak
Forest Ecology and Management 250 (3), 137-147, 2007
772007
Climate change in our backyards: the reshuffling of North America's winter bird communities
K Princé, B Zuckerberg
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 572-585, 2015
732015
The consistency and stability of abundance–occupancy relationships in large‐scale population dynamics
B Zuckerberg, WF Porter, K Corwin
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (1), 172-181, 2009
652009
Thresholds in the long-term responses of breeding birds to forest cover and fragmentation
B Zuckerberg, WF Porter
Biological Conservation 143 (4), 952-962, 2010
582010
Monitoring animal populations and their habitats: a practitioner's guide
B McComb, B Zuckerberg, D Vesely, C Jordan
CRC Press, 2010
532010
Novel seasonal land cover associations for eastern North American forest birds identified through dynamic species distribution modelling
B Zuckerberg, D Fink, FA La Sorte, WM Hochachka, S Kelling
Diversity and Distributions 22 (6), 717-730, 2016
512016
Invasive birds in a novel landscape: habitat associations and effects on established species
DN Bonter, B Zuckerberg, JL Dickinson
Ecography 33 (3), 494-502, 2010
492010
Overlapping landscapes: a persistent, but misdirected concern when collecting and analyzing ecological data
B Zuckerberg, A Desrochers, WM Hochachka, D Fink, WD Koenig, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (5), 1072-1080, 2012
452012
Spatio‐temporal changes in the genetic structure of the Passerina bunting hybrid zone
MD Carling, B Zuckerberg
Molecular Ecology 20 (6), 1166-1175, 2011
382011
Forest fragmentation alters winter microclimates and microrefugia in human‐modified landscapes
CE Latimer, B Zuckerberg
Ecography 40 (1), 158-170, 2017
322017
Demographic consequences of climate change and land cover help explain a history of extirpations and range contraction in a declining snake species
LY Pomara, OE LeDee, KJ Martin, B Zuckerberg
Global change biology 20 (7), 2087-2099, 2014
312014
Climate change surpasses land-use change in the contracting range boundary of a winter-adapted mammal
SM Sultaire, JN Pauli, KJ Martin, MW Meyer, M Notaro, B Zuckerberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1827), 20153104, 2016
302016
Range margin shifts of birds revisited–the role of spatiotemporally varying survey effort
H Kujala, V Vepsäläinen, B Zuckerberg, JE Brommer
Global Change Biology 19 (2), 420-430, 2013
302013
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