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Michael J. Chamberlain
Michael J. Chamberlain
Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management
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A multi‐resolution assessment of raccoon den selection
CM Henner, MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold, LW Burger Jr
The Journal of wildlife management 68 (1), 179-187, 2004
1102004
Space use and multi-scale habitat selection of adult raccoons in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, LM Conner, BD Leopold, KM Hodges
The Journal of wildlife management, 334-340, 2003
1102003
Using dynamic B rownian bridge movement modelling to measure temporal patterns of habitat selection
ME Byrne, J Clint McCoy, JW Hinton, MJ Chamberlain, BA Collier
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (5), 1234-1243, 2014
1082014
Space Use and Habitat Selection by Resident and Transient Coyotes (Canis latrans)
JW Hinton, FT van Manen, MJ Chamberlain
PLoS One 10 (7), e0132203, 2015
1022015
Space use, movements and habitat selection of adult bobcats (Lynx rufus) in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold, LM Conner
The American Midland Naturalist 149 (2), 395-405, 2003
1002003
Evaluation of a global positioning system backpack transmitter for wild turkey research
JD Guthrie, ME Byrne, JB Hardin, CO Kochanny, KL Skow, RT Snelgrove, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (3), 539-547, 2011
972011
Regulation of space use in a solitary felid: population density or prey availability?
JF Benson, MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold
Animal Behaviour 71 (3), 685-693, 2006
972006
Space use and habitat selection by female Louisiana black bears in the Tensas River Basin of Louisiana
JF Benson, MJ Chamberlain
The Journal of wildlife management 71 (1), 117-126, 2007
952007
Overlap in space use among bobcats (Lynx rufus), coyotes (Canis latrans) and gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus)
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold
The American Midland Naturalist 153 (1), 171-179, 2005
952005
Spatial use patterns, seasonal habitat selection, and interactions among adult gray foxes in Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold
The Journal of wildlife management, 742-751, 2000
902000
Deciphering Ecological Barriers to North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) Gene Flow in the Louisiana Landscape
EK Latch, DG Scognamillo, JA Fike, MJ Chamberlain, OE Rhodes Jr
Journal of Heredity 99 (3), 265-274, 2008
842008
Seasonal habitat selection by raccoons (Procyon lotor) in intensively managed pine forests of central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, LM Conner, BD Leopold
The American midland naturalist 147 (1), 102-108, 2002
822002
Red Wolf (Canis rufus) Recovery: A Review with Suggestions for Future Research
JW Hinton, MJ Chamberlain, DR Rabon Jr
Animals 3 (3), 722-744, 2013
782013
Spatial-use patterns, movements, and interactions among adult coyotes in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, CD Lovell, BD Leopold
Canadian Journal of Zoology 78 (12), 2087-2095, 2000
752000
Characteristics of roost sites of adult wild turkey females
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold, LW Burger
The Journal of wildlife management, 1025-1032, 2000
752000
Home range estimator method and GPS sampling schedule affect habitat selection inferences for wild turkeys
BS Cohen, TJ Prebyl, BA Collier, MJ Chamberlain
Wildlife Society Bulletin 42 (1), 150-159, 2018
742018
Nest site selection and nest survival of eastern wild turkeys in a pyric landscape
NA Yeldell, BS Cohen, AR Little, BA Collier, MJ Chamberlain
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (6), 1073-1083, 2017
672017
Vegetation management practices on Conservation Reserve Program fields to improve northern bobwhite habitat quality
KC Greenfield, LW Burger Jr, MJ Chamberlain, EW Kurzejeski
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 527-538, 2002
672002
Spatio-temporal relationships among adult raccoons (Procyon lotor) in central Mississippi
MJ Chamberlain, BD Leopold
The American Midland Naturalist 148 (2), 297-308, 2002
642002
Survival of white‐tailed deer neonates in Louisiana
RM Shuman, MJ Cherry, TN Simoneaux, EA Dutoit, JC Kilgo, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (5), 834-845, 2017
622017
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