William Tim Bean
William Tim Bean
Assistant Professor, Cal Poly SLO
Verified email at calpoly.edu
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The rise of the mesopredator
LR Prugh, CJ Stoner, CW Epps, WT Bean, WJ Ripple, AS Laliberte, ...
Bioscience 59 (9), 779-791, 2009
8372009
Accelerated human population growth at protected area edges
G Wittemyer, P Elsen, WT Bean, ACO Burton, JS Brashares
Science 321 (5885), 123-126, 2008
7332008
The effects of small sample size and sample bias on threshold selection and accuracy assessment of species distribution models
WT Bean, R Stafford, JS Brashares
Ecography 35 (3), 250-258, 2012
2402012
Species distribution models of an endangered rodent offer conflicting measures of habitat quality at multiple scales
WT Bean, LR Prugh, R Stafford, HS Butterfield, M Westphal, JS Brashares
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (4), 1116-1125, 2014
612014
Ecological winners and losers of extreme drought in California
LR Prugh, N Deguines, JB Grinath, KN Suding, WT Bean, R Stafford, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (9), 819-824, 2018
412018
Applications of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for Waterbird Surveys
S Dulava, WT Bean, OMW Richmond
Environmental Practice 17, 201-210, 2015
352015
Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research
MPG Hofman, MW Hayward, M Heim, P Marchand, CM Rolandsen, ...
PloS one 14 (5), e0216223, 2019
322019
Using a spatially explicit ecological model to test scenarios of fire use by Native Americans: an example from the Harlem Plains, New York, NY
WT Bean, EW Sanderson
Ecological Modelling 211 (3), 301-308, 2008
202008
An evaluation of monitoring methods for the endangered giant kangaroo rat
WT Bean, R Stafford, LR Prugh, H Scott Butterfield, JS Brashares
Wildlife Society Bulletin 36 (3), 587-593, 2012
162012
A multi-scale distribution model for non-equilibrium populations suggests resource limitation in an endangered rodent
WT Bean, R Stafford, HS Butterfield, JS Brashares
PLoS One 9 (9), e106638, 2014
112014
Historical population size change and differentiation of relict populations of the endangered giant kangaroo rat
MJ Statham, WT Bean, N Alexander, MF Westphal, BN Sacks
Journal of Heredity 110 (5), 548-558, 2019
102019
Evaluating current and future range limits of an endangered, keystone rodent (Dipodomys ingens)
IV Widick, WT Bean
Diversity and Distributions 25 (7), 1074-1087, 2019
82019
Distribution of the North American porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) in northern California
CA Appel, WJ Zielinski, FV Schlexer, R Callas, WT Bean
Western Wildlife 4, 17-28, 2017
72017
Spatial Ecology of the Giant Kangaroo Rat (Dipodomys ingens): A Test of Species Distribution Models as Ecological Revealers
WTM Bean
University of California, Berkeley, 2012
72012
Reconstruction of the historical range alters niche estimates in an endangered rodent
A Rutrough, IV Widick, WT Bean
Ecography 42 (10), 1742-1751, 2019
62019
Generalist dispersal and gene flow of an endangered keystone specialist (Dipodomys ingens)
NB Alexander, MJ Statham, BN Sacks, WT Bean
Journal of Mammalogy 100 (5), 1533-1545, 2019
32019
A suitability model for white-footed voles with insights into habitat associations at the southern boundary of their range
WT Bean, D Tange, SD Osborn
Northwestern Naturalist, 105-112, 2016
32016
The rise of the mesopredator
CJ Stoner, JS Brashares, WT Bean, LR Prugh, CW Epps, AS Laliberte, ...
32009
Seasonal resource acquisition strategies of a facultative specialist herbivore at the edge of its range
CL Appel, PN Belamaric, WT Bean
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (5), 1159-1173, 2018
22018
Shade trees preserve avian insectivore biodiversity on coffee farms in a warming climate
SL Schooler, MD Johnson, P Njoroge, WT Bean
Ecology and evolution 10 (23), 12960-12972, 2020
12020
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