Philip D Taylor
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Connectivity is a vital element of landscape structure
PD Taylor, L Fahrig, K Henein, G Merriam
Oikos, 571-573, 1993
Effect of road traffic on amphibian density
L Fahrig, JH Pedlar, SE Pope, PD Taylor, JF Wegner
Biological conservation 73 (3), 177-182, 1995
Insect parasitoid species respond to forest structure at different spatial scales
J Roland, PD Taylor
Nature 386 (6626), 710-713, 1997
Landscape connectivity: a return to the basics
KW Taylor, Philip D, L. Fahrig
Connectivity conservation, 29-43, 2006
Declines of aerial insectivores in North America follow a geographic gradient
S Nebel, A Mills, J McCracken, P Taylor
Avian Conservation and Ecology 5 (2), 2010
An experimental assessment of landscape connectivity
J Pither, PD Taylor
Oikos, 166-174, 1998
Independent effects of fragmentation on forest songbirds: an organism‐based approach
MG Betts, GJ Forbes, AW Diamond, PD Taylor
Ecological Applications 16 (3), 1076-1089, 2006
Wing morphology of a forest damselfly is related to landscape structure
PD Taylor, G Merriam
Oikos, 43-48, 1995
Landscape movements of migratory birds and bats reveal an expanded scale of stopover
PD Taylor, SA Mackenzie, BG Thurber, AM Calvert, AM Mills, LP McGuire, ...
PLoS One 6 (11), e27054, 2011
The Motus Wildlife Tracking System: a collaborative research network to enhance the understanding of wildlife movement
P Taylor, T Crewe, S Mackenzie, D Lepage, Y Aubry, Z Crysler, G Finney, ...
Avian Conservation and Ecology 12 (1), 2017
Transoceanic migration by a 12 g songbird
WV DeLuca, BK Woodworth, CC Rimmer, PP Marra, PD Taylor, ...
Biology letters 11 (4), 20141045, 2015
Migratory stopover in the long‐distance migrant silver‐haired bat, Lasionycteris noctivagans
LP McGuire, CG Guglielmo, SA Mackenzie, PD Taylor
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (2), 377-385, 2012
In Situ Behavioral Response of Common Loons Associated with Elevated Mercury (Hg) Exposure
JJ Nocera, PD Taylor
Conservation Ecology 2 (2), 1998
Fine‐scale movement behaviors of calopterygid damselflies are influenced by landscape structure: an experimental manipulation
ID Jonsen, PD Taylor
Oikos 88 (3), 553-562, 2000
Changing importance of habitat structure across multiple spatial scales for three species of insects
MA Krawchuk, PD Taylor
Oikos 103 (1), 153-161, 2003
Passerines use nocturnal flights for landscape-scale movements during migration stopover
AM Mills, BG Thurber, SA Mackenzie, PD Taylor
The Condor 113 (3), 597-607, 2011
Nonbreeding-season drivers of population dynamics in seasonal migrants: conservation parallels across taxa
AM Calvert, SJ Walde, PD Taylor
Avian Conservation and Ecology, 2009
Even smaller radar tags on insects
J Roland, G McKinnon, C Backhouse, PD Taylor
Nature 381 (6578), 120-120, 1996
Habitat fragmentation and parasitism of a forest damselfly
PD Taylor, G Merriam
Landscape Ecology 11 (3), 181-189, 1996
Fuel loads acquired at a stopover site influence the pace of intercontinental migration in a boreal songbird
C Gómez, NJ Bayly, DR Norris, SA Mackenzie, KV Rosenberg, PD Taylor, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
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