Maggi Sliwinski
Maggi Sliwinski
Parks Canada
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Grassland Bird Responses to Three Edge Types in a Fragmented Mixed-Grass Prairie Réactions des oiseaux de prairie à trois types de bordures dans une prairie mixte fragmentée
MS Sliwinski, N Koper
Avian Conservation and Ecology 7 (2), 6, 2012
Research design considerations to ensure detection of all species in an avian community
M Sliwinski, L Powell, N Koper, M Giovanni, W Schacht
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (4), 456-462, 2016
Managing mixed-grass prairies for songbirds using variable cattle stocking rates
MS Sliwinski, N Koper
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (6), 470-475, 2015
Factors influencing ranchers’ intentions to manage for vegetation heterogeneity and promote cross-boundary management in the northern Great Plains
MS Sliwinski, ME Burbach, LA Powell, WH Schacht
Ecology and Society 23 (4), 2018
Exploring the role of relational practices in water governance using a game-based approach
P Magnuszewski, K Królikowska, A Koch, M Paj±k, C Allen, V Chraibi, ...
Water 10 (3), 346, 2018
Ranchers’ Perceptions of Vegetation Heterogeneity in the Northern Great Plains
M Sliwinski, M Burbach, L Powell, W Schacht
Great Plains Research 28 (2), 185-197, 2018
Grazing systems do not affect bird habitat on a sandhills landscape
M Sliwinski, L Powell, W Schacht
Rangeland ecology & management 72 (1), 136-144. e4, 2019
Similar bird communities across grazing systems in the Nebraska Sandhills
MS Sliwinski, LA Powell, WH Schacht
The Journal of Wildlife Management 84 (4), 802-812, 2020
Sustainable grassland management: an exploratory study of progressive ranchers in Nebraska
SM Kennedy, ME Burbach, MS Sliwinski
Changes in grassland songbird abundance and diversity in response to grazing by bison and cattle in the northern mixed-grass prairie
MS Sliwinski
University of Manitoba (Canada), 2011
Heterogeneity of avian breeding habitat on grazing lands of the northern Great Plains
MS Sliwinski
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2017
Changes in grassland songbird abundance and diversity in response to grazing by bison and cattle in the northern mixed-grass prairie: Winnipeg, Manitoba, University of Manitoba
MS Sliwinski
Master’s Thesis, 2011
Managing for Wildlife Habitat on Rangelands in the Great Plains
M Sliwinski, ME Burbach, L Powell, WH Schacht
Resource Selection Function-Adjusted Carrying Capacity Informs Bison Conservation Management in the Imperial Mixed Grassland Ecosystem
T Doan, S Liccioli, M Sliwinski, C Samson, B Biligetu, M Sawatzky, X Guo
Rangeland Ecology & Management 93, 1-14, 2024
Rangeland Management Decisions By Producers: Wildlife Management Is Not Their Primary Goal
M Sliwinski, W Schacht, L Powell
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
Exploring the Role of Relational Practices in Water Governance Using a Game-Based Approach
J Stefañska, M Sliwinski, P Magnuszewski, I Zlatar, DM Weide, T Taillieu, ...
Water, 2018
Sustainable Grassland Management: An Exploratory Study of Progressive Ranchers in Nebraska
M Burbach, M Sliwinski, S Kennedy
Sustainable Agriculture Research 5 (2), 0
Effect of grazing system type on bird habitats and bird communities in the Nebraska Sandhills
M Sliwinski, L Powell, W Schacht
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