Robert Blair
Robert Blair
Professor of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Land use and avian species diversity along an urban gradient
RB Blair
Ecological applications 6 (2), 506-519, 1996
17531996
Butterfly diversity and human land use: Species assemblages along an urban grandient
RB Blair, AE Launer
Biological conservation 80 (1), 113-125, 1997
6811997
Birds and butterflies along an urban gradient: surrogate taxa for assessing biodiversity?
RB Blair
Ecological applications 9 (1), 164-170, 1999
6421999
The effects of urban sprawl on birds at multiple levels of biological organization
R Blair
Ecology and Society 9 (5), 2004
3622004
Birds and butterflies along urban gradients in two ecoregions of the United States: is urbanization creating a homogeneous fauna?
RB Blair
Biotic homogenization, 33-56, 2001
3152001
Predation on artificial bird nests along an urban gradient: predatory risk or relaxation in urban environments?
JC Gering, RB Blair
Ecography 22 (5), 532-541, 1999
2531999
Creating a homogeneous avifauna
RB Blair
Avian ecology and conservation in an urbanizing world, 459-486, 2001
1872001
Suburban habitats and their role for birds in the urban–rural habitat network: points of local invasion and extinction?
RB Blair, EM Johnson
Landscape Ecology 23 (10), 1157-1169, 2008
1582008
Empirical validation of a method for umbrella species selection
E Fleishman, RB Blair, DD Murphy
Ecological Applications 11 (5), 1489-1501, 2001
1572001
Woody vegetation and canopy fragmentation along a forest-to-urban gradient
EE Porter, BR Forschner, RB Blair
Urban Ecosystems 5 (2), 131-151, 2001
1242001
The conservation value of urban riparian areas for landbirds during spring migration: land cover, scale, and vegetation effects
DN Pennington, J Hansel, RB Blair
Biological Conservation 141 (5), 1235-1248, 2008
1062008
The unseen invaders: introduced earthworms as drivers of change in plant communities in North American forests (a meta‐analysis)
D Craven, MP Thakur, EK Cameron, LE Frelich, R Beauséjour, RB Blair, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (3), 1065-1074, 2017
952017
Nestedness analysis and conservation planning: the importance of place, environment, and life history across taxonomic groups
E Fleishman, CJ Betrus, RB Blair, R Mac Nally, DD Murphy
Oecologia 133 (1), 78-89, 2002
882002
Birds and butterflies along urban gradients in two ecoregions of the US In: Lockwood JL, McKinney ML (eds) Biotic homogenization
RB Blair
Kluwer, Norwell, 2001
842001
Habitat selection of breeding riparian birds in an urban environment: untangling the relative importance of biophysical elements and spatial scale
DN Pennington, RB Blair
Diversity and Distributions 17 (3), 506-518, 2011
712011
Nesting success and life-history attributes of bird communities along an urbanization gradient
JA Reale, RB Blair
Urban Habitats 3 (1), 1-24, 2005
652005
Effects of spatial scale and taxonomic group on partitioning of butterfly and bird diversity in the Great Basin, USA
E Fleishman, CJ Betrus, RB Blair
Landscape Ecology 18 (7), 675-685, 2003
642003
Nest composition adjustments by Chinese Bulbuls Pycnonotus sinensis in an urbanized landscape of Hangzhou (E China)
Y Wang, S Chen, RB Blair, P Jiang, P Ding
Acta Ornithologica 44 (2), 185-192, 2009
622009
Cross-taxonomic potential and spatial transferability of an umbrella species index
CJ Betrus, E Fleishman, RB Blair
Journal of Environmental Management 74 (1), 79-87, 2005
572005
Reduced density and nest survival of ground‐nesting songbirds relative to earthworm invasions in northern hardwood forests
SR Loss, RB Blair
Conservation Biology 25 (5), 983-992, 2011
562011
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