Monica L. Bond
Monica L. Bond
Wild Nature Institute and University of Zürich
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Habitat use and selection by California spotted owls in a postfire landscape
ML Bond, DE Lee, RB Siegel, JP Ward Jr
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (7), 1116-1124, 2009
1142009
Short-term effects of wildfires on spotted owl survival, site fidelity, mate fidelity, and reproductive success
ML Bond, RJ Gutierrez, AB Franklin, WS LaHaye, CA May, ME Seamans
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 1022-1028, 2002
1022002
Does access to females or competition among males limit male home-range size in a promiscuous rodent?
ML Bond, JO Wolff
Journal of Mammalogy 80 (4), 1243-1250, 1999
611999
Dynamics of breeding-season site occupancy of the California Spotted Owl in burned forests
DE Lee, ML Bond, RB Siegel
The Condor 114 (4), 792-802, 2012
512012
Complex early seral forests of the Sierra Nevada: what are they and how can they be managed for ecological integrity?
DA DellaSala, ML Bond, CT Hanson, RL Hutto, DC Odion
Natural Areas Journal 34 (3), 310-324, 2014
482014
Residual trees: wildlife associations and recommendations
JE Hunter, ML Bond
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 995-999, 2001
412001
Variation in home-range size of Black-backed Woodpeckers
MW Tingley, RL Wilkerson, ML Bond, CA Howell, RB Siegel
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 116 (3), 325-340, 2014
382014
Influence of fire and salvage logging on site occupancy of spotted owls in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California
DE Lee, ML Bond, MI Borchert, R Tanner
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (7), 1327-1341, 2013
382013
Influence of pre-fire tree mortality on fire severity in conifer forests of the San Bernardino Mountains, California
M L Bond, D E Lee, C M Bradley, C T Hanson
The Open Forest Science Journal 2 (1), 2009
342009
Principles of wildlife corridor design
M Bond
Center for Biological Diversity, 4, 2003
332003
Occupancy of California Spotted Owl sites following a large fire in the Sierra Nevada, California
DE Lee, ML Bond
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 117 (2), 228-236, 2015
292015
Alternative views of a restoration framework for federal forests in the Pacific Northwest
DA DellaSala, RG Anthony, ML Bond, ES Fernandez, CA Frissell, ...
Journal of Forestry 111 (6), 420-429, 2013
292013
Diet and home-range size of California spotted owls in a burned forest
ML Bond, D Lee, RB Siegel, MW Tingley
Western Birds 44 (2), 114-126, 2013
232013
Modeling Nesting Habitat Selection of California Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) in the Central Sierra Nevada Using Standard Forest Inventory Metrics
ML Bond, ME Seamans, RJ Gutierrez
Forest Science 50 (6), 773-780, 2004
222004
Migratory herds of wildebeests and zebras indirectly affect calf survival of giraffes
DE Lee, BM Kissui, YA Kiwango, ML Bond
Ecology and evolution 6 (23), 8402-8411, 2016
202016
A multi-method approach to delineate and validate migratory corridors
DELDE ML Bond, CM Bradley, C Kiffner, TA Morrison
Landscape Ecology, 2017
182017
Previous year's reproductive state affects Spotted Owl site occupancy and reproduction responses to natural and anthropogenic disturbances
DE Lee, ML Bond
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 117 (3), 307-319, 2015
172015
Effects of fire and commercial thinning on future habitat of the northern spotted owl
DC Odion, CT Hanson, DA DellaSala, WL Baker, ML Bond
The Open Ecology Journal 7 (1), 2014
172014
Spatial variation in giraffe demography: a test of 2 paradigms
DE Lee, ML Bond, BM Kissui, YA Kiwango, DT Bolger
Journal of Mammalogy 97 (4), 1015-1025, 2016
162016
Using bird ecology to learn about the benefits of severe fire
RL Hutto, ML Bond, DA DellaSala
The ecological importance of mixed-severity fires, 55-88, 2015
162015
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