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Sarah J Converse
Sarah J Converse
USGS, Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Washington
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Which uncertainty? Using expert elicitation and expected value of information to design an adaptive program
MC Runge, SJ Converse, JE Lyons
Biological Conservation 144 (4), 1214-1223, 2011
4672011
Making great leaps forward: accounting for detectability in herpetological field studies
MJ Mazerolle, LL Bailey, WL Kendall, JA Royle, SJ Converse, JD Nichols
Journal of Herpetology 41 (4), 672-689, 2007
4462007
Social Learning of Migratory Performance
T Mueller, RB O’Hara, SJ Converse, RP Urbanek, WF Fagan
Science 341 (6149), 999-1002, 2013
3402013
When do we need more data? A primer on calculating the value of information for applied ecologists
S Canessa, G Guillera‐Arroita, JJ Lahoz‐Monfort, DM Southwell, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (10), 1219-1228, 2015
2032015
Small mammal population and habitat responses to forest thinning and prescribed fire
SJ Converse, WM Block, GC White
Forest Ecology and Management 228 (1-3), 263-273, 2006
1682006
Demography of an apex predator at the edge of its range: impacts of changing sea ice on polar bears in Hudson Bay
NJ Lunn, S Servanty, EV Regehr, SJ Converse, E Richardson, I Stirling
Ecological Applications 26 (5), 1302-1320, 2016
1622016
Improving conservation policy with genomics: a guide to integrating adaptive potential into US Endangered Species Act decisions for conservation practitioners and geneticists
WC Funk, BR Forester, SJ Converse, C Darst, S Morey
Conservation Genetics 20, 115-134, 2019
1552019
Experience drives innovation of new migration patterns of whooping cranes in response to global change
CS Teitelbaum, SJ Converse, WF Fagan, K Böhning-Gaese, RB O’Hara, ...
Nature Communications 7, 2016
1142016
Demographics of reintroduced populations: estimation, modeling, and decision analysis
SJ Converse, CT Moore, DP Armstrong
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (6), 1081-1093, 2013
1102013
Small mammal responses to thinning and wildfire in ponderosa pine-dominated forests of the southwestern United States
SJ Converse, GC White, WM Block
Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (6), 1711-1722, 2006
992006
Small mammals and forest fuel reduction: national-scale responses to fire and fire surrogates
SJ Converse, GC White, KL Farris, S Zack
Ecological Applications 16 (5), 1717-1729, 2006
982006
Demographics of an ornate box turtle population experiencing minimal human-induced disturbances
SJ Converse, JB Iverson, JA Savidge
Ecological Applications 15 (6), 2171-2179, 2005
972005
A matter of tradeoffs: reintroduction as a multiple objective decision
SJ Converse, CT Moore, MJ Folk, MC Runge
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (6), 1145-1156, 2013
812013
Integrated population modeling provides the first empirical estimates of vital rates and abundance for polar bears in the Chukchi Sea
EV Regehr, NJ Hostetter, RR Wilson, KD Rode, MS Martin, SJ Converse
Scientific reports 8 (1), 16780, 2018
802018
An introduction to decision science for conservation
V Hemming, AE Camaclang, MS Adams, M Burgman, K Carbeck, ...
Conservation Biology 36 (1), e13868, 2022
782022
Long-term trends in the demography of the Allen Cays Rock Iguana (Cyclura cychlura inornata): Human disturbance and density-dependent effects
JB Iverson, SJ Converse, GR Smith, JM Valiulis
Biological Conservation 132 (3), 300-310, 2006
712006
Structured decision making: Case studies in natural resource management
MC Runge, SJ Converse, JE Lyons, DR Smith
(No Title), 2020
66*2020
Adaptive management for improving species conservation across the captive-wild spectrum
S Canessa, G Guillera-Arroita, JJ Lahoz-Monfort, DM Southwell, ...
Biological Conservation 199, 123-131, 2016
642016
Planning for ex situ conservation in the face of uncertainty
S Canessa, SJ Converse, M West, N Clemann, G Gillespie, M McFadden, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (3), 599-609, 2016
612016
Demography of a reintroduced population: moving toward management models for an endangered species, the Whooping Crane
S Servanty, SJ Converse, LL Bailey
Ecological Applications 24 (5), 927-937, 2014
592014
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