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15. Gilbert, N.A., J.L. Stenglein, J.N. Pauli, B. Zuckerberg. 2022. Human disturbance compresses the spatiotemporal niche. PNAS 119(52):e22-6339119. PDF

       Press coverage: New York TimesSierra, University of Wisconsin-Madison News

14. Gilbert, N.A., K.A. McGinn, L.A. Nunes, A.A. Shipley, J. Bernath-Plaisted, J.D.J. Clare, P.W. Murphy, S.R. Keyser, K.L. Thompson, S.B. Maresh Nelson, J.M. Cohen, I.V. Widick, S.L. Bartel, J.L. Orrock, B. Zuckerberg. In press. Daily activity timing in the Anthropocene. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. PDF

13. Gilbert, N.A., H.N. Eyster, E.F. Zipkin. In press. Propoagating uncertainty in ecological models to understand causation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

12. Gilbert, N.A., N.M. Anich, M. Worland, B. Zuckerberg. 2022. Microclimate complexities at the trailing edge of the boreal forest. Forest Ecology and Management 524:120533. PDF

11. Zuckberg, B., J.D. McCabe, N.A. Gilbert. 2022. Antipredator behaviors in urban settings: Ecological experimentation powered by citizen science. Ecology and Evolution 12:e9269. PDF

10. Gilbert, N.A., J.L. Stenglein, T.R. Van Deelen, P.A. Townsend, B. Zuckerberg. In press. Behavioral flexibility facilitates the use of spatial and temporal refugia during variable winter weather. Behavioral Ecology. PDF.

9. Townsend, P.A., J.D.J. Clare, N. Liu, J.L. Stenglein, C.M. Anhalt-Depies, T.R. Van Deelen, N.A. Gilbert, A. Singh, K.J. Martin, B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Snapshot Wisconsin: networking community scientists and remote sensing to improve ecological monitoring and management. Ecological Applications e02436. PDF​ 

8. Gilbert, N.A., B.S. Pease, C.M. Anhalt-Depies, J.D.J. Clare, J.L. Stenglein, P.A. Townsend, T.R. Van Deelen, B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Integrating harvest and camera trap data in species distribution models. Biological Conservation 258:109147.​ PDF

7. Gilbert, N.A., J.D.J. Clare, J.L. Stenglein, B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Abundance estimation methods for unmarked animals based on camera-trap data. Conservation Biology 35:88-100. PDF

6. Zuckerberg, B., J.M. Cohen, L.A. Nunes, J. Bernath-Plaisted, J.D.J. Clare, N.A. Gilbert, S.S. Kozidis, S.B. Maresh Nelson, A.A. Shipley, K.L. Thompson, A. Desrochers. 2020. A review of overlapping landscapes: pseudoreplication or a red herring in landscape ecology? Current Landscape Ecology Reports 5:140-148.  PDF 

5. Gilbert, N.A., P.F.B. Ferguson. 2019. Landscape patterns associated with occupancy of disturbance-dependent birds in the Blackland Prairie Ecoregion of Alabama and Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 18:381-404. PDF

4. Gilbert, N.A., P.F.B. Ferguson. 2019. Disturbance, but not the right kind: exurban development does not create habitat for shrubland birds. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131:243-259. PDF

3. Gilbert, N.A., H.E. Horne, J.A. Trent. 2019. Mind the gap: The Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris) breeds in central Alabama and eastern Mississippi. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131:147-152.​ PDF 

2. Gilbert, N.A., M.R.A. Eshleman, A.E. Janik, K.L. Kauffman, J. B. LaPergola. 2018. A rare observation of White-collared Swift (Streptoprocne zonaris) breeding activity on Hispaniola. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 31:12–16.​ PDF

1. Pope W.C., ... Gilbert N.A., ... Hatfull G.F. (2863 authors total). 2015. Whole genome comparison of a large collection of mycobacteriophages reveals a continuum of phage genetic diversity. eLife 2015:4:e06416 PDF

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