Elizabeth A. Hunter
Elizabeth A. Hunter
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TitleCited byYear
Demographic outcomes and ecosystem implications of giant tortoise reintroduction to Española Island, Galapagos
JP Gibbs, EA Hunter, KT Shoemaker, WH Tapia, LJ Cayot
PloS one 9 (10), e110742, 2014
342014
Equivalency of Galápagos giant tortoises used as ecological replacement species to restore ecosystem functions
EA Hunter, JP Gibbs, LJ Cayot, W Tapia
Conservation Biology 27 (4), 701-709, 2013
322013
Coastal vertebrate exposure to predicted habitat changes due to sea level rise
EA Hunter, NP Nibbelink, CR Alexander, K Barrett, LF Mengak, RK Guy, ...
Environmental management 56 (6), 1528-1537, 2015
252015
Densities of ecological replacement herbivores required to restore plant communities: a case study of giant tortoises on Pinta Island, Galápagos
EA Hunter, JP Gibbs
Restoration ecology 22 (2), 248-256, 2014
202014
Identification of genetically important individuals of the rediscovered Floreana Galápagos giant tortoise (Chelonoidis elephantopus) provides founders for species restoration …
JM Miller, MC Quinzin, N Poulakakis, JP Gibbs, LB Beheregaray, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 11471, 2017
152017
Divergent forecasts for two salt marsh specialists in response to sea level rise
EA Hunter, NP Nibbelink, RJ Cooper
Animal Conservation 20 (1), 20-28, 2017
142017
Improving wetland mitigation site identification through community distribution modeling and a patch-based ranking scheme
EA Hunter, PA Raney, JP Gibbs, DJ Leopold
Wetlands 32 (5), 841-850, 2012
142012
Threat predictability influences seaside sparrow nest site selection when facing trade-offs from predation and flooding
EA Hunter, NP Nibbelink, RJ Cooper
Animal Behaviour 120, 135-142, 2016
102016
Poor transferability of a distribution model for a widespread coastal marsh bird in the southeastern United States
NS Roach, EA Hunter, NP Nibbelink, K Barrett
Ecosphere 8 (3), e01715, 2017
72017
Salt marsh elevation is a strong determinant of nest‐site selection by Clapper Rails in Georgia, USA
K Valdes, EA Hunter, NP Nibbelink
Journal of Field Ornithology 87 (1), 65-73, 2016
72016
Prospects for predicting changes to coastal wetland bird populations due to accelerated sea level rise
BL Nuse, RJ Cooper, EA Hunter
Ecosphere 6 (12), 1-23, 2015
72015
How will sea-level rise affect threats to nesting success for Seaside Sparrows?
EA Hunter
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119 (3), 459-468, 2017
62017
Reintroducing a keystone burrowing rodent to restore an arid North American grassland: challenges and successes
AD Davidson, EA Hunter, J Erz, DC Lightfoot, AM McCarthy, JK Mueller, ...
Restoration ecology 26 (5), 909-920, 2018
52018
Genetically informed captive breeding of hybrids of an extinct species of Galapagos tortoise
MC Quinzin, J Sandoval‐Castillo, JM Miller, LB Beheregaray, ...
Conservation Biology, 2019
22019
Differential Effects of Climate on Survival Rates Drive Hybrid Zone Movement
EA Hunter, MD Matocq, PJ Murphy, KT Shoemaker
Current Biology 27 (24), 3898-3903. e4, 2017
22017
Ecosystem restoration through the introduction of ecological analog giant tortoises to Pinta Island, Galapagos
EA Hunter
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2012
22012
Propagule risk in a marine foundation species: Seascape effects on Zostera marina seed predation
JM Carroll, BT Furman, LJ Jackson, EA Hunter, BJ Peterson
Journal of Ecology, 2019
12019
Vulnerability of salt marsh bird populations to sea level rise
EA Hunter
uga, 2016
12016
Rangewide Environmental Sensitivities of Mojave Desert Tortoise Demographic Rates: New Insights from Old Data
KT Shoemaker, MT Walden, EA Hunter, T Esque, K Nussear
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
2019
Covariation Among Gopher Tortoise Population Vital Rates: Results from a 21-Year Mark-Recapture Study
EA Hunter, DC Rostal
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
2019
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