❝Jonathan Derbridge is a post-doctoral fellow in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona and research director for the López-Hoffman Lab. He is a wildlife ecologist who works on a range of applied conservation questions related to endangered populations, introduced species, migrations, and ecosystem services. He also specializes in science communication through art and video-editing.
- CNEConservation of Natural Environments
- NRPLNatural Resources Policy and Law
- DISES: Governance Across Space: Discovering Principles of Equity and Sustainability to Conserve Migratory Species within Telecoupled Social Environmental Systems
- Summer is bat-watching season in Tucson: Here's what you should know
- The Origin and Invasion Pathway of Brown Rats Rattus norvegicus on Dok-Do Island Revealed by Genome-Wide Markers from 3-RADseq Approach
- Multi‐species, multi‐country analysis reveals North Americans are willing to pay for transborder migratory species conservation
- Using ecosystem services to identify inequitable outcomes in migratory species conservation
- Publisher Correction: Linking landscape-scale conservation to regional and continental outcomes for a migratory species.
- Linking landscape-scale conservation to regional and continental outcomes for a migratory species.
- Sources and dynamics of international funding for waterfowl conservation in the Prairie Pothole Region of North America
- Animals without Borders: Conservation, Economics, and Spatial Subsidies of Transboundary Migratory Species
- Experimental removals reveal dietary niche partitioning facilitates coexistence between native and introduced species.
- Lessons from Following a Sheep to Extinction
- Using the Spatial Subsidies Framework for Conservation of Transboundary Ecosystem Services from Migratory Species
- Can land management alter ecoclimate teleconnections across North America in the face of forest die-off?
- APPENDIX B: EXPERIMENTAL REMOVALS REVEAL DIETARY NICHE PARTITIONING FACILITATES COEXISTENCE BETWEEN ECOLOGICALLY SIMILAR NATIVE AND INTRODUCED SPECIES
- Ecology and Conservation of Endangered Territorial Species under Invasion
- APPENDIX C: UNFAMILIARITY BREEDS CONTEMPT: TERRITORIAL BEHAVIOR VARIES AMONG ISOLATED POPULATIONS IN NATURAL AND INVASIVE INTERACTIOINS WITH AN ECOLOGICALLY SIMILAR COMPETITOR
- Dietary niche partitioning among black bears, grizzly bears and wolves in a multi-prey ecosystem
- Dietary niche partitioning among black bears, grizzly bears, and wolves in a multiprey ecosystem
- History and current status of invasive nutria and common muskrat in Korea
- 20. Economic Damage by Invasive Grey Squirrels in Europe
- Experimentally derived δ¹³C and δ¹⁵N discrimination factors for gray wolves and the impact of prior information in Bayesian mixing models.
- The Natural History of Tassel-Eared Squirrels
- Experimentally Derived δ13C and δ15N Discrimination Factors for Gray Wolves and the Impact of Prior Information in Bayesian Mixing Models
- Solenodon paradoxus (Soricomorpha: Solenodontidae)
- Using Bayesian stable isotope mixing models to estimate wolf diet in a multi-prey ecosystem†
- The cumulative effects of suburban and exurban influences on wildlife
- Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Quantify Anthropogenic Foraging in Black Bears
- Stable Isotope Analysis Of Summer Wolf Diet In Northwestern Montana
- Summer wolf diet in northwestern Montana
- Suburban and exurban influences on wildlife and fish