Center for Engagement in Science and Nature Publications

2021

Peer-Reviewed

Berigan, L. A., E. I. Greig, and D. N. Bonter (2021). Urban House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) populations decline in North America. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 132:248–258.
Bonney, R. (2021). Expanding the Impact of Citizen Science. BioScience 71:448–451.
Bonney, R., J. Byrd, J. T. Carmichael, L. Cunningham, L. Oremland, J. Shirk, and A. Von Harten (2021). Sea Change: Using Citizen Science to Inform Fisheries Management. BioScience 71:519–530.
Dzielski, S. A., R. L. Bailey, F. Fernandez‐Duque, and D. N. Bonter (2021). Supplemental feeding of insect larvae increases mass of nestling Eastern Bluebirds, but not nestling Black‐capped Chickadees. Journal of Field Ornithology 92:294–303.
Mady, R. P., M. Hochachka, and D. N. Bonter (2021). Consistency in supplemental food availability affects the space use of wintering birds. Behavioral Ecology 32:580–589.
Phillips, T. B., R. L. Bailey, V. Martin, H. Faulkner-Grant, and D. N. Bonter (2021). The role of citizen science in management of invasive avian species: What people think, know, and do. Journal of Environmental Management 280:111709.
Phillips, T. B., A. Parker, A. Bowser, and M. Haklay (2021). Publicly generated data: the role of Citizen-Science for knowledge production, action, and public engagement. In Closing the knowledge-implementation gap in conservation science - Evidence transfer across spatiotemporal scales and different stakeholders (C. Ferreira and C. F. C. Klütsch, Editors). Springer International Publishing, Basel.
Sayers, C. J., M. R. Roeder, L. M. Forrette, D. Roche, G. L. B. Dupont, S. E. Apgar, A. R. Kocek, A. M. Cook, W. G. Shriver, C. S. Elphick, B. Olsen, and D. N. Bonter (2021). Geographic variation of mercury in breeding tidal marsh sparrows of the northeastern United States. Ecotoxicology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-021-02461-y
Trautmann, N. M., L. Branch, R. R. Wingerden, M. Watkins, J. Ort, and K. Deal (2021). From local to global: Calculating and appreciating the value of trees and forests. The Science Teacher; Washington 88:54–61.
Wardropper, C. B., A. A. Dayer, M. S. Goebel, and V. Y. Martin (2021). Conducting conservation social science surveys online. Conservation Biology:9.
Williams, A., A. A. Dayer, J. N. Hernandez‐Aguilera, T. B. Phillips, H. Faulkner‐Grant, M. I. Gómez, and A. D. Rodewald (2021). Tapping birdwatchers to promote bird-friendly coffee consumption and conserve birds. People and Nature 3:312–324.

In Press

Phillips, T. B., N. Wells, A. Brown, J. Tralins, and D. Bonter (in press). [In press] Nature and Well-being: The association of nature engagement and well-being during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Environment and Behavior.

Not Peer-Reviewed

Bailey, R. L., D. S. Cooper, S. Corrao, K. Leung, and C. McCammon (2021). Persistence amid a pandemic: Community-based nest monitoring participation soars. The Wildlife Professional 15:42–45.
Thompson, M., and V. Greene (2021). Winged Heroes: For All Birdkind. Cornell Lab Publishing Group.

2020

Bailey, R. L., H. A. Faulkner‐Grant, V. Y. Martin, T. B. Phillips, and D. N. Bonter (2020). Nest usurpation by non-native birds and the role of people in nest box management. Conservation Science and Practice 2:e185.
Cramer, E. R. A., E. I. Greig, and S. A. Kaiser (2020). Strong sexual selection despite spatial constraints on extrapair paternity. Behavioral Ecology:araa001.
Miller-Rushing, A., R. Bonney, R. Primack, and E. Albee (2020). The History of Citizen Science in Ecology and Conservation. In Handbook of Citizen Science in Ecology and Conservation (C. Lepczyk, O. Boyle and T. Vargo, Editors). 1st edition. University of California Press, p. 336.
Shirk, J., and R. Bonney (2020). What is Citizen Science? In Handbook of Citizen Science in Ecology and Conservation (C. Lepczyk, O. Boyle and T. Vargo, Editors). 1st edition. University of California Press, p. 336.
Stylinski, C. D., K. Peterman, T. Phillips, J. Linhart, and R. Becker-Klein (2020). Assessing science inquiry skills of citizen science volunteers: A snapshot of the field. International Journal of Science Education, Part B 10:77–92.
Trautmann, N., and M. Gilmore (2020). The Maijuna: Fighting for survival in the Peruvian Amazon. 7.

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