Lab Publications

Animal skull.Wootton, J. T., and J. D. Forester. 2013. Complex Population Dynamics in Mussels Arising from Density-Linked Stochasticity. PLoS ONE 8:e75700. [link]

Fagan, W. F., M. A. Lewis, M. Auger-Méthé, T. Avgar, S. Benhamou, G. Breed, L. LaDage, U. E. Schlägel, W. Tang, Y. P. Papastamatiou,J. D. Forester, and T. Mueller. 2013. Spatial memory and animal movement. Ecology Letters 16:1316–1329. [link]

Metcalf, C. J. E., G. H. Long, N. Mideo, J. D. Forester, O. N. Bjørnstad, and A. L. Graham. 2012. Revealing mechanisms underlying variation in malaria virulence: effective propagation and host control of uninfected red blood cell supply. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9:2804–2813. [link]

Bee, M. A., A. Vélez, and J. D. Forester. 2012. Sound level discrimination by gray treefrogs in the presence and absence of chorus-shaped noise. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131(5):4188-4195.

Forester, J. D. 2011. Dispersal from the frying pan to the fire. Animal Conservation 14(3): 225-226.

Smouse, P. E., S. Focardi, P. R. Moorcroft, J. G. Kie, J. D. Forester, and J. M. Morales. 2010. Stochastic modelling of animal movement. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 2201-2211.

Forester, J. D., H. K. Im, and P. J. Rathouz. 2009. Accounting for animal movement in estimation of Resource Selection Functions: Sampling and data analysis. Ecology 90(12):3554-3565.

Wootton, J. T., C. A. Pfister, and J. D. Forester. 2008. Dynamical patterns and ecological impacts of changing ocean pH in a high-resolution multi-year dataset. PNAS 105(48):18848-18853.

Forester, D. C., M. Cameron, and J. D. Forester. 2008. Nest and egg recognition by salamanders in the genus Desmognathus: A comprehensive re-examination. Ethology 114:965-976.

Forester, J. D., D. P. Anderson, and M. G. Turner. 2008. Landscape and local factors affecting northern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis) recruitment in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Wisconsin (USA). American Midland Naturalist 160:438-453.

Anderson, D. P., J. D. Forester, and M. G. Turner. 2008. When to slow down?: elk residency rates on an heterogeneous landscape. Journal of Mammalogy 89(1):105-114.

Forester, J. D., D. P. Anderson, and M.G. Turner. 2007. Do high-density patches of coarse wood and regenerating saplings create browsing refugia for aspen (Populus tremuloides) in Yellowstone National Park (USA)? Forest Ecology and Management 253:211-219.

Forester, J. D., A. R. Ives, M. G. Turner, D. P. Anderson, D. Fortin, H. L. Beyer, D. W. Smith, and M. S. Boyce. 2007. Using state-space models to link patterns of elk (Cervus elaphus) movement to landscape characteristics in Yellowstone National Park. Ecological Monographs, 77(2): 285-299.

Gardner, R. H., J. D. Forester, and R. E. Plotnick. 2006. Determining pattern-process relationships in heterogeneous landscapes. Pages 92:114 in Wu, J. and Hobbs, R. J. (Eds.), Key Topics and Perspectives in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press. [pdf]

Anderson, D. P., J. D. Forester, M. G. Turner, J. L. Frair, E. H. Merrill, D. Fortin, J. S. Mao, and M. S. Boyce. 2005. Factors influencing seasonal home-range sizes in elk (Cervus elaphus) in North American landscapes. Landscape Ecology 20:257-271.

Anderson, D. P., M. G. Turner, J. D. Forester, J. Zhu, M. S. Boyce, H. Beyer, and L. Stowell. 2005. Scale-dependent summer resource selection by reintroduced elk in Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:298-310.

Howard, A. K., J. D. Forester, J. M. Ruder, J. S. Parmerlee, and R. Powell. 1999. Natural history of a terrestrial Hispaniolan anole: Anolis barbouri. Journal of Herpetology 33:702-706.

Howard, A. K., J. D. Forester, J.M. Ruder, and R. Powell. 1997. Diets of two syntopic frogs: Eleutherodactylus abbotti and E. armstrongi(Leptodactylidae) from the Sierra de Baroruco, Hispaniola. Herpetological Natural History 5(1): 77-82.