Yiwei Wang
Yiwei Wang
San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory
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Invasive rodent eradication on islands
G Howald, CJ Donlan, JP Galván, JC Russell, J Parkes, A Samaniego, ...
Conservation biology 21 (5), 1258-1268, 2007
Raising money for scientific research through crowdfunding
RE Wheat, Y Wang, JE Byrnes, J Ranganathan
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (2), 71-72, 2013
Mesopredator spatial and temporal responses to large predators and human development in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California
Y Wang, ML Allen, CC Wilmers
Biological Conservation 190, 23-33, 2015
Scale dependent behavioral responses to human development by a large predator, the puma
CC Wilmers, Y Wang, B Nickel, P Houghtaling, Y Shakeri, ML Allen, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e60590, 2013
Instantaneous energetics of puma kills reveal advantage of felid sneak attacks
TM Williams, L Wolfe, T Davis, T Kendall, B Richter, Y Wang, C Bryce, ...
Science 346 (6205), 81-85, 2014
Top carnivores increase their kill rates on prey as a response to human-induced fear
JA Smith, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282 (1802), 20142711, 2015
The global islands invasive vertebrate eradication database: a tool to improve and facilitate restoration of island ecosystems
B Keitt, K Campbell, A Saunders, M Clout, Y Wang, R Heinz, K Newton, ...
Island invasives: eradication and management. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland, 74-77, 2011
Valence-sensitive neurons exhibit divergent functional profiles in gregarious and asocial species
JL Goodson, Y Wang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (45), 17013-17017, 2006
Movement, resting, and attack behaviors of wild pumas are revealed by tri-axial accelerometer measurements
Y Wang, B Nickel, M Rutishauser, CM Bryce, TM Williams, G Elkaim, ...
Movement Ecology 3 (2), 2015
Neuropeptide binding reflects convergent and divergent evolution in species-typical group sizes
JL Goodson, AK Evans, Y Wang
Hormones and behavior 50 (2), 223-236, 2006
Human activity reduces niche partitioning among three widespread mesocarnivores
JA Smith, AC Thomas, T Levi, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Oikos 127 (6), 890-901, 2018
Dingoes affect activity of feral cats, but do not exclude them from the habitat of an endangered macropod
Y Wang, DO Fisher
Wildlife Research 39 (7), 611-620, 2012
Spatial characteristics of residential development shift large carnivore prey habits
JA Smith, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (6), 1040-1048, 2016
Residential development alters behavior, movement, and energetics in an apex predator, the puma
Y Wang, JA Smith, CC Wilmers
PloS one 12 (10), e0184687, 2017
Dietary niche partitioning by sympatric Peromyscus boylii and P. californicus in a mixed evergreen forest
REB Reid, EN Greenwald, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (6), 1248-1257, 2013
To migrate, stay put, or wander? Varied movement strategies in bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)
RE Wheat, SB Lewis, Y Wang, T Levi, CC Wilmers
Movement ecology 5 (1), 1-10, 2017
Understanding and engaging values in policy relevant science.
V Brown, J Gutknecht, L Harden, C Harrison, D Hively, C Jorgensen, ...
Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 41 (1), 48-56, 2010
Habitat fragmentation provides a competitive advantage to an invasive tree squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis
T Jessen, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Biological Invasions 20 (3), 607-618, 2018
Trends and habitat associations of waterbirds using the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, San Francisco Bay, California
SEW De La Cruz, LM Smith, SM Moskal, C Strong, J Krause, Y Wang, ...
Open-File Report, 2018
Exploring the Adaptive Significance of Five Types of Puma (Puma concolor) Vocalizations
ML Allen, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 130 (4), 289-294, 2016
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