Scott J. Chiavacci
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Development of camera technology for monitoring nests
WA Cox, MS Pruett, TJ Benson, SJ Chiavacci, FR Thompson III
Studies in Avian Biology 43, 185-210, 2012
89*2012
The active nightlife of diurnal birds: extraterritorial forays and nocturnal activity patterns
MP Ward, M Alessi, TJ Benson, SJ Chiavacci
Animal Behaviour 88, 175-184, 2014
472014
Snake predation on North American bird nests: culprits, patterns and future directions
BA DeGregorio, SJ Chiavacci, PJ Weatherhead, JD Willson, TJ Benson, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 45 (4), 325-333, 2014
432014
Nest predators of North American birds: continental patterns and implications
BA DeGregorio, SJ Chiavacci, TJ Benson, JH Sperry, PJ Weatherhead
BioScience 66 (8), 655-665, 2016
392016
Patch size and edge proximity are useful predictors of brood parasitism but not nest survival of grassland birds
TJ Benson, SJ Chiavacci, MP Ward
Ecological Applications 23 (4), 879-887, 2013
342013
Linking landscape composition to predator‐specific nest predation requires examining multiple landscape scales
SJ Chiavacci, TJ Benson, MP Ward
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2018
182018
Preferred nest site characteristics reduce predator‐specific predation risk in a canopy‐nesting raptor
SJ Chiavacci, TJ Bader, JC Bednarz
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (6), 1022-1032, 2014
142014
Quantification of 27 yolk steroid hormones in seven shrubland bird species: interspecific patterns of hormone deposition and links to life history, development, and predation risk
L Merrill, SJ Chiavacci, RT Paitz, TJ Benson
Canadian journal of zoology 97 (1), 1-12, 2019
112019
Why fledge early in the day? Examining the role of predation risk in explaining fledging behavior
SJ Chiavacci, MP Ward, TJ Benson
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 593-600, 2015
102015
Rates of parasitism, but not allocation of egg resources, vary among and within hosts of a generalist avian brood parasite
L Merrill, SJ Chiavacci, RT Paitz, TJ Benson
Oecologia 184 (2), 399-410, 2017
92017
Does flooding influence the types and proportions of prey delivered to nestling Mississippi Kites?
SJ Chiavacci, JC Bednarz, TJ Benson
Condor: Ornithological Applications 116 (2), 215-225, 2014
82014
Who is in the neighborhood? Conspecific and heterospecific responses to perceived density for breeding habitat selection
JK Kelly, SJ Chiavacci, TJ Benson, MP Ward
Ethology 124 (4), 269-278, 2018
62018
The emergence densities of annual cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) increase with sapling density and are greater near edges in a bottomland hardwood forest.
SJ Chiavacci, JC Bednarz, T Mckay
Environmental Entomology 43 (4), 859-867, 2014
42014
Nesting ecology of the Mississippi and swallow-tailed kite in White River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas
SJ Chiavacci
Arkansas State University, 2010
42010
Trends in biodiversity and habitat quantification tools used for market‐based conservation in the United States
SJ Chiavacci, EJ Pindilli
Conservation Biology 34 (1), 125-136, 2020
22020
Prevalence and consequences of ants and other arthropods in active nests of Midwestern birds
JC Gibson, AV Suarez, D Qazi, TJ Benson, SJ Chiavacci, L Merrill
Canadian journal of zoology 97 (8), 696-704, 2019
22019
A database of biodiversity and habitat quantification tools used in market-based conservation
SJ Chiavacci, EJ Pindilli
Fact Sheet, 2018
22018
Pantherophis obsoletus (Texas ratsnake) diet and feeding behavior
SJ Chiavacci, JC Bednarz
Herpetological Review 43 (3), 525, 2013
22013
Economic valuation of health benefits from using geologic data to communicate radon risk potential
SJ Chiavacci, CD Shapiro, EJ Pindilli, CF Casey, MK Rayens, AT Wiggins, ...
Environmental Health 19 (1), 1-9, 2020
12020
Natural and anthropogenic factors predict the presence of two freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Illinois, USA
SJ Chiavacci, AP Stodola, SA Douglass
Freshwater Science 37 (4), 870-884, 2018
12018
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