Christopher Nadeau
Christopher Nadeau
Northeastern University
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Eco‐evolution on the edge during climate change
CP Nadeau, MC Urban
Ecography 42 (7), 1280-1297, 2019
Climates past, present, and yet-to-come shape climate change vulnerabilities
CP Nadeau, MC Urban, JR Bridle
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (10), 786-800, 2017
Coarse climate change projections for species living in a fine‐scaled world
CP Nadeau, MC Urban, JR Bridle
Global change biology 23 (1), 12-24, 2017
Maximizing detection probability of wetland-dependent birds during point-count surveys in northwestern Florida
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway, BS Smith, TE Lewis
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120 (3), 513-518, 2008
Effects of broadcasting conspecific and heterospecific calls on detection of marsh birds in North America
CJ Conway, CP Nadeau
Wetlands 30 (2), 358-368, 2010
Fire helps restore natural disturbance regime to benefit rare and endangered marsh birds endemic to the Colorado River
CJ Conway, CP Nadeau, L Piest
Ecological Applications 20 (7), 2024-2035, 2010
Multi‐species occupancy models as robust estimators of community richness
MW Tingley, CP Nadeau, ME Sandor
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (5), 633-642, 2020
Habitat models to predict wetland bird occupancy influenced by scale, anthropogenic disturbance, and imperfect detection
WJ Glisson, CJ Conway, CP Nadeau, KL Borgmann
Ecosphere 8 (6), e01837, 2017
Climate‐smart management of biodiversity
CP Nadeau, AK Fuller, DL Rosenblatt
Ecosphere 6 (6), 1-17, 2015
Field evaluation of distance-estimation error during wetland-dependent bird surveys
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway
Wildlife Research 39 (4), 311-320, 2012
Combining landscape variables and species traits can improve the utility of climate change vulnerability assessments
CP Nadeau, AK Fuller
Biological conservation 202, 30-38, 2016
Cool microrefugia accumulate and conserve biodiversity under climate change
CP Nadeau, A Giacomazzo, MC Urban
Global Change Biology 28 (10), 3222-3235, 2022
Accounting for multiple climate components when estimating climate change exposure and velocity
CP Nadeau, AK Fuller
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (6), 697-705, 2015
Optimizing water depth for wetland‐dependent wildlife could increase wetland restoration success, water efficiency, and water security
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway
Restoration Ecology 23 (3), 292-300, 2015
Intraspecific variation in reproductive traits of Burrowing Owls
M Conway, CP Nadeau, CJ Conway
Journal of Ethology 30 (3), 395-402, 2012
Range-wide wetland associations of the king rail: a multi-scale approach
WJ Glisson, CJ Conway, CP Nadeau, KL Borgmann, TA Laxson
Wetlands 35, 577-587, 2015
Depth of artificial Burrowing Owl burrows affects thermal suitability and occupancy
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway, N Rathbun
Journal of field ornithology 86 (4), 288-297, 2015
Adaptation reduces competitive dominance and alters community assembly
CP Nadeau, TE Farkas, AM Makkay, RT Papke, MC Urban
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1945), 20203133, 2021
Multi-species call-broadcast improved detection of endangered Yuma clapper rail compared to single-species call-broadcast
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway, L Piest, WP Burger
Wetlands 33, 699-706, 2013
Development and Field testing of Survey Methods for a Continental Marsh Bird Monitoring Program in North America Wildlife Research Report No. 2005-11
CJ Conway, CP Nadeau
USGS Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Tucson, Arizona, 2006
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