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The full list (*students)

Partridge, H. C.*, S. Barnett*, J. Amodeo*, J. Snyder*, and S. A. Gagné. In press. Vultures in the southeastern United States ingest more plastic in landscapes with more developed landcover. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11:1158453.

Hahs, A. K., B. Fournier, M. F. J. Aronson, C. H. Nilon, A. Herrera-Montes, A. Salisbury, …, S. A. Gagné, …, and M. Moretti. In press. Urbanisation generates multiple trait syndromes for terrestrial taxa worldwide. Nature Communications.

Partridge, H. C.*, and S. A. Gagné. In press. Urban vultures preferentially roost at sites surrounded by landscapes with fewer edges between forest and urban development and near water. Urban Ecosystems.

Halpern, B. S., C. Boettiger, M. C. Dietze, J. A. Gephart, P. Gonzalez, N. B. Grimm, …, S. A. Gagné, …, and C. Youngflesh. 2023. Priorities for synthesis research in ecology and environmental science. Ecosphere 14:e4342.


Kotze, J. D., E. C. Lowe, J. S. MacIvor, A. Ossola, B. A. Norton, D. F. Hochuli, L. Mata, M. Moretti, S. A. Gagné, I. T. Handa, T. M. Jones, C. G. Threlfall, and A. K. Hahs. 2022. Urban forest invertebrates: How they shape and respond to the urban environment. Urban Ecosystems 25:1589-1609.

Grilo, C., L. Borda-de-Água, P. Beja, E. Goolsby, K. Soanes, A. le Roux, E. Koroleva, F. Z. Ferreira, S. A. Gagné, Y. Wang, and M. González-Suaréz. 2021. Conservation threats from roadkill in the global road network. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30:2200-2210.

Collins, L.*, G. D. Paton*, and S. A. Gagné. 2021. Testing the Likeable so Abundant Hypothesis: Bird species likeability by urban residents varies significantly with species traits. Land 10:487.

Dutta, D.*, G. Chen, C. Chen, S. A. Gagné, C. Li, C. Rogers, C. Matthews. 2020. Detecting plant invasion in urban parks with aerial image time series and Residual Neural Network. Remote Sensing 12:3493.

Gagné, S. A., K. Bryan-Scaggs*, R. H. W. Boyer, and W.-N. Xiang. 2020. Conserving biodiversity takes a plan: How planners implement ecological information for biodiversity conservation. Ambio 49:1490-1505.

Paton, G. D.*, A. V. Shoffner*, A. M. Wilson, and S. A. Gagné. 2019. The traits that predict the magnitude and spatial scale of forest bird responses to urbanization intensity. PLoS ONE 14:e0220120. 

Shoffner, A.*, A. M. Wilson, W. Tang, and S. A. Gagné. 2018. The relative effects of forest amount, forest configuration, and urban matrix quality on forest breeding birds. Scientific Reports 8:17140.

Davis, D. E.*, and S. A. Gagné. 2018. Boundaries in ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and environmental variables at the edges of forest patches with residential developments. PeerJ 6:e4226.

Tayouga, S. J.*, and S. A. Gagné. 2016. The socio-ecological factors that influence the adoption of green infrastructure. Sustainability 8:1277.

Mayer, A. L., B. Buma, A. Davis, S. A. Gagné, E. L. Loudermilk, R. M. Scheller, F. K. A.  Schmiegelow, Y. F. Wiersma, and J. Franklin. 2016. How landscape ecology informs global land-change science and policy. BioScience 66:458-469.

Gagné, S. A., P. J. Sherman*, K. K. Singh*, and R. K. Meentemeyer. 2016. The effect of human population size on the breeding bird diversity of urban regions. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:653-671. 

Gagné, S. A., J. L. Bates*, and R. O. Bierregaard. 2015. The effects of road and landscape characteristics on the likelihood of a Barred Owl (Strix varia)-vehicle collision. Urban Ecosystems 18:1007-1020.

Gagné, S. A., F. Eigenbrod, D. G. Bert, G. M. Cunnington, L. T. Olson, A. C. Smith, and L. Fahrig. 2015. A simple landscape design framework for biodiversity conservation. Landscape and Urban Planning 136:13-27.  

Wine, S.*, S. A. Gagné, and R. K. Meentemeyer. 2015. Understanding human-coyote encounters in urban ecosystems using citizen science data: What do socioeconomics tell us? Environmental Management 55:159-170.

Gagné, S. A. 2013. The distinguishing features of the study of the ecology of urban landscapes. Geography Compass 7:266-286.

Gagné, S. A., and L. Fahrig. 2011. Do birds and beetles show similar responses to urbanization? Ecological Applications 21:2297-2312.

Gagné, S. A., and L. Fahrig. 2010. The trade-off between housing density and sprawl area: minimising impacts to forest breeding birds. Basic and Applied Ecology 11:723-733.

Gagné, S. A., and L. Fahrig. 2010. The trade-off between housing density and sprawl area: minimizing impacts to carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Ecology and Society 15(4):12.

Gagné, S. A., and L. Fahrig. 2010. Effects of time since urbanization on anuran community composition in remnant urban ponds. Environmental Conservation 37:128-135.

Gagné, S. A., and R. Proulx. 2009. Accurate delineation of biogeographical regions depends on the use of an appropriate distance measure. Journal of Biogeography 36:561-562. 

Gagné, S. A., R. Proulx, and L. Fahrig. 2008. Testing Holling’s textural-discontinuity hypothesis. Journal of Biogeography 35:2149-2150.

Gagné, S. A., and L. Fahrig. 2007. Effect of landscape context on anuran communities in breeding ponds in the National Capital Region, Canada. Landscape Ecology 22:205-215.

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