Erik I. Johnson
Erik I. Johnson
Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Louisiana
Verified email at audubon.org
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Disentangling the drivers of reduced long-distance seed dispersal by birds in an experimentally fragmented landscape
M Uriarte, M Ancićes, MTB Da Silva, P Rubim, E Johnson, EM Bruna
Ecology 92 (4), 924-937, 2011
1122011
Understory bird communities in Amazonian rainforest fragments: species turnover through 25 years post-isolation in recovering landscapes
PC Stouffer, EI Johnson, RO Bierregaard Jr, TE Lovejoy
PloS one 6 (6), e20543, 2011
1052011
The phenology of molting, breeding and their overlap in central Amazonian birds
EI Johnson, PC Stouffer, RO Bierregaard Jr
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (2), 141-154, 2012
892012
Breeding seasonality in central Amazonian rainforest birds
PC Stouffer, EI Johnson, RO Bierregaard Jr
The Auk 130 (3), 529-540, 2013
712013
Recovery of understory bird movement across the interface of primary and secondary Amazon rainforest
LL Powell, PC Stouffer, EI Johnson
The Auk 130 (3), 459-468, 2013
512013
Modifications to a molt‐based ageing system proposed by Wolfe et al.(2010)
EI Johnson, JD Wolfe, TB Ryder, P Pyle
Journal of Field Ornithology 82 (4), 422-424, 2011
492011
Diversity, biomass, and trophic structure of a central Amazonian rainforest bird community
EI Johnson, PC Stouffer, CF Vargas
Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia 19 (1), 1-16, 2011
432011
Molt in Neotropical birds: Life history and aging criteria
EI Johnson, JD Wolfe
CRC Press, 2017
392017
Heterogeneous movement of insectivorous Amazonian birds through primary and secondary forest: A case study using multistate models with radiotelemetry data
LL Powell, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, JE Hines, JD Nichols, PC Stouffer
Biological Conservation 188, 100-108, 2015
292015
Changes in Habitat Use at Rain Forest Edges Through Succession: a Case Study of Understory Birds in the Brazilian Amazon
LL Powell, G Zurita, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, PC Stouffer
Biotropica 47 (6), 723-732, 2015
202015
Forest recovery in post-pasture Amazonia: Testing a conceptual model of space use by insectivorous understory birds
LL Powell, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, PC Stouffer
Biological Conservation 194, 22-30, 2016
162016
Searching for consensus in molt terminology 11 years after Howell et al.'s “first basic problem”
JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, RS Terrill
The Auk 131 (3), 371-377, 2014
162014
Concentration of a widespread breeding population in a few critically important nonbreeding areas: Migratory connectivity in the Prothonotary Warbler
CM Tonra, MT Hallworth, TJ Boves, J Reese, LP Bulluck, M Johnson, ...
The Condor 121 (2), duz019, 2019
142019
Thamnophilidae (antbird) molt strategies in a central Amazonian rainforest
EI Johnson, JD Wolfe
Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126 (3), 451-462, 2014
142014
Timing of migration and patterns of winter settlement by Henslow's Sparrows
EI Johnson, JK DiMiceli, PC Stouffer
The Condor 111 (4), 730-739, 2009
132009
Effects of fire on habitat associations, abundance, and survival of wintering Henslow’s Sparrows (Ammodramus henslowii) in southeastern Louisiana longleaf pine savannas
EI Johnson
Faculty of Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical …, 2006
132006
Twenty years later: an update to the birds of the Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project, Amazonas, Brazil
CL Rutt, V Jirinec, EI Johnson, M Cohn-Haft, CF Vargas, PC Stouffer
Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia-Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 25 (4 …, 2018
112018
Geolocator reveals migratory and winter movements of a Prothonotary Warbler
JD Wolfe, EI Johnson
Journal of Field Ornithology 86 (3), 238-243, 2015
112015
Seed preferences of wintering Henslow's sparrows
JK DiMiceli, PC Stouffer, EI Johnson, C Leonardi, EB Moser
The Condor 109 (3), 595-604, 2007
102007
Habitat use does not reflect habitat quality for Henslow's Sparrows (Ammodramus henslowii) wintering in fire-managed longleaf pine savannas
EI Johnson, JK Dimiceli, PC Stoufferi, ME Brooks
The Auk 128 (3), 564-576, 2011
92011
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