Jeffrey Stratford
Jeffrey Stratford
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Local extinctions of terrestrial insectivorous birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil
JA Stratford, PC Stouffer
Conservation Biology 13 (6), 1416-1423, 1999
Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics: geographic variation in mechanisms of avian extinction
JA Stratford, WD Robinson
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (2), 85-92, 2005
Ecology and conservation of avian insectivores of the rainforest understory: A pantropical perspective
LL Powell, NJ Cordeiro, JA Stratford
Biological Conservation 188, 1-10, 2015
Forest fragmentation alters microhabitat availability for Neotropical terrestrial insectivorous birds
JA Stratford, PC Stouffer
Biological Conservation 188, 109-115, 2015
Local host specialization, host-switching, and dispersal shape the regional distributions of avian haemosporidian parasites
VA Ellis, MD Collins, MCI Medeiros, EHR Sari, ED Coffey, RC Dickerson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (36), 11294-11299, 2015
Scatterhoarding rodents favor higher predation risks for cache sites: the potential for predators to influence the seed dispersal process
MA Steele, G Rompré, JA Stratford, H Zhang, M Suchocki, S Marino
Integrative zoology 10 (3), 257-266, 2015
Distribution of neotropical migratory bird species across an urbanizing landscape
JA Stratford, WD Robinson
Urban Ecosystems 8, 59-77, 2005
Microhabitat associations of terrestrial insectivorous birds in Amazonian rainforest and second‐growth forests
JA Stratford, PC Stouffer
Journal of Field Ornithology 84 (1), 1-12, 2013
Reduced feather growth rates of two common birds inhabiting central Amazonian forest fragments
JA Stratford, PC Stouffer
Conservation Biology 15 (3), 721-728, 2001
Prevalence of avian haemosporidian parasites is positively related to the abundance of host species at multiple sites within a region
VA Ellis, MCI Medeiros, MD Collins, EHR Sari, ED Coffey, RC Dickerson, ...
Parasitology Research 116, 73-80, 2017
Birds in forest ecosystems
JA Stratford, ÇH Şekercioğlu
Routledge handbook of forest ecology, 279-294, 2015
The use of spatial memory for cache management by a scatter-hoarding rodent
X Yi, MA Steele, JA Stratford, Z Wang, Y Yang
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 1527-1534, 2016
Hoarding without reward: Rodent responses to repeated episodes of complete cache loss
Y Luo, Z Yang, MA Steele, Z Zhang, JA Stratford, H Zhang
Behavioural processes 106, 36-43, 2014
Does multiple seed loading in Blue Jays result in selective dispersal of smaller acorns?
AW Bartlow, M Kachmar, N Lichti, RK Swihart, JA Stratford, MA Steele
Integrative Zoology 6 (3), 235-243, 2011
Local extinctions of terrestrial insectivorous birds in Amazonian forest fragments
JA Stratford, PC Stouffer
Conservation Biology 13 (6), 1416-1423, 1999
The food web of a severely contaminated site following reclamation with warm season grasses
N Fetcher, SJ Agosta, JC Moore, JA Stratford, MA Steele
Restoration Ecology 23 (4), 421-429, 2015
Put some muscle behind it: Understanding movement capacity of tropical birds
WD Robinson, B Rourke, JA Stratford
The Auk 138 (1), ukaa068, 2021
The effects of forest fragmentation on terrestrial insectivorous birds in central Amazonas, Brazil
JA Stratford
Southeastern Louisiana University, 1997
Clay Caterpillar Whodunit: A Customizable Method for Studying Predator–Prey Interactions in the Field
R Curtis, JA Klemens, SJ Agosta, AW Bartlow, S Wood, JA Carlson, ...
The american biology Teacher 75 (1), 47-51, 2013
Oak (acorn)–weevil interactions across an extensive latitudinal gradient in eastern North America
MA Steele, HJ Dalgleish, S Marino, AW Bartlow, R Curtis, JA Stratford
Diversity 13 (7), 303, 2021
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