Christensen, S. A., D. M. Williams, W. F. Porter, and B. A. Rudolph. Spatial variation of white-tailed deer population impacts and recovery from epizootic hemorrhagic disease. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. In Press.
*Gurney, S., J. Smith, D. Etter, and D. M. Williams. American black bears and hair snares: a behavioral analysis. Ursus. In Press.
Porter, W. F., C. J. Parent,R. A. Stewart, and D. M. Williams, editors. Wildlife and landscapes: principles and applications for broad-scale management. Johns Hopkins University Press in affiliation with The Wildlife Society, Baltimore, MD, USA. In Press. Anticipated Spring 2021 publication.
Belsare, A. V., M. E. Gompper, B. J. Keller, J. A. Sumners, L. P. Hansen, and J. J. Millspaugh. 2020. An agent-based framework for improving wildlife disease surveillance: a case study of chronic wasting disease in Missouri white-tailed deer. Ecological Modelling 417:108919. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2019.108919.
Christensen, S. A., M. Ruder, D. M. Williams, W. F. Porter, and D. Stallknecht. 2020. The role of drought as a predictor of emergent hemorrhagic disease in the Eastern United States. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15095.
Crosby, A. D., W. F. Porter, G. J. Roloff, M. B. Walters, and M. L. Donovan. 2020. Combining conservation value with conservation filters to guide forest management for avian biodiversity. Forest Ecology and Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118131.
Schmitt Olabasi, L., M. McNall., W. Porter, and J. Zhao, editors. 2020. Innovations in collaborative modeling. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, MI, USA.
Stevens, B. S., J. R. Bence, D. R. Luukkonen, and W. F. Porter. 2020. A hierarchical framework for estimating abundance and population growth from replicated but imperfectly observed removal experiments. Ecosphere 11(5):e03131. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3131.
Stevens, B. S., D. R. Luukkonen, C. A. Stewart, W. F. Porter, J. R. Bence, and M. L. Jones. 2020. Spatial-temporal dynamics of hunter effort for wild turkeys in Michigan. PLOS One. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0230747.
Belsare, A. V. 18 September 2019. MIOvPOP: MIchigan Odocoileus virginianus POPulation dynamics agent-based model (Version 1.1.0). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.25937/kv07-3e08.
Cain, R. L., N. P. Snow, J. C. Crawford, D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2019. Spatial distribution of large antlered deer is associated with landscape characteristics. Journal of Wildlife Management 83(8): 1762-1772. Jarzyna, M. A., V. L. Atkin Dahm, B. Zuckerberg and W. F. Porter. 2019.Consequences of climate change for wildlife. Pages 63-80 inKoprowski, J. L., and P. R. Krausman, editors. International wildlife management: conservation challenges in a changing world. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
*Manning, S. E., B. S. Stevens, and D. M. Williams. 2019. Simulated performance of multi-year harvest regulation cycles for wild turkeys. Journal of Wildlife Management 83(5): 1032-1042.
Peach, M. A., J. B. Cohen, J. L. Frair, B. Zuckerberg, P. J. Sullivan, W. F. Porter, and C. Lang. 2019. The value of protected areas to avian persistence across 20 years of climate and land use change. Conservation Biology 33(2): 423-433.
Porter, W. F. 2019. Foreword in D. deCalesta, M. Eckley, and T. Pierson, editors. Deer management for forest landowners and managers. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.
Porter, W. F. and K. Frens. 2019. The landscape conservation movement. Pages 73-82 inMahoney, S., and Geist, V., editors. The North American model of wildlife conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Crawford, J. C., A. C. Dechen Quinn, D. M. Williams, B. A. Rudolph, K. T. Scribner, and W. F. Porter. 2018. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure of deer in a suburban landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 82(3): 596-607.
Crosby, A. D., and W. F. Porter. 2018. A spatially-explicit, multi-scale occupancy model for large-scale population monitoring. Journal of Wildlife Management 82(6): 1300-1310.
Porter, W. F., R. Mason and K. Frens. 2018. Wildlife protection legislation. Pages 193-208 in Leopold, B., J. Cummins and W. Kessler, editors. North American wildlife policy and law. Boone and Crockett Club, Missoula, Montana, USA.
Snow N. P., Z. Zhang, A. O. Finley, B. A. Rudolph, W. F. Porter, D. M. Williams, and S. R. Winterstein. 2018. Regional-based mitigation approaches to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions at large scales. Journal of Wildlife Management 82(4): 756-765.
Whitman, B.J., W. F. Porter, A. C. Dechen Quinn, D. M. Williams, J. Frair, B. Underwood, and J. C. Crawford. 2018. Movement behavior preceding autumn mortality for white-tailed deer in central New York. Journal of Mammalogy 99(3): 675-683.
Herbst, S. J., B. S. Stevens, D. B. Hayes, and P. A. Hanchin. 2017. Influence of movement dynamics on walleye harvest management in intermixed fisheries in a Chain of Lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 37:467-479.
Jarzyna, M. A., and B. A. Maurer. 2017. Ecogeography and macroecology. Pages 1602-1606 in D. N. Richardson, M. F. Castree, A. L. Goodchild, W. Kobayashi and R. Marston, editors. The international encyclopedia of geography: people, the earth, environment, and technology. Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA.
Porter, W. F., and K. F. Millenbah. 2017. Being a professional and acting professionally. Pages 166-170 in S. Henke and P. Krausman, editors, Becoming a wildlife professional. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Stevens, B.S., J.R. Bence, W.F. Porter, and M.L. Jones. 2017. Identifying target reference points for harvesting assessment-limited wildlife populations: a case study. Ecological Applications 27(6): 1916-1931.
Stevens, B.S., J.R. Bence, W.F. Porter, and C.J. Parent. 2017. Structural uncertainty limits generality of fall harvest strategies for wild turkeys. Journal of Wildlife Management. 81(4):617-628.
Bowling, A. C., D. M. Williams, C. J. Parent, W. F. Porter, M. V. Schiavone, and B. Swift. 2016. Brooding over broods: regional impacts of habitat quality on wild turkeys in New York state. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium. 11:315–328. Fleming, K. K., and W. F. Porter. 2016. Comparison of landscape, patch, and local habitat effects on risk of predation of artificial wild turkey nests. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium. 11:271-282.
Guber, A. K., D. M. Williams, A. C. Dechen Quinn, S. B. Tamrakar, W. F. Porter, and J. B. Rose. 2016. Model of pathogen transmission between livestock and white-tailed deer in fragmented agricultural and forest landscapes. Environmental Modelling and Software 80:185-200.
Hellmann, J., R. Grundel, C. L. Hoving, and G. W. Schuurman. 2016. A call to insect scientists: challenges and opportunities of managing insect communities under climate change. Current Opinion in Insect Science 17: 92-97.
Herbst, S. J., B. S. Stevens, D. B. Hayes, and P. A. Hanchin. 2016. Estimating walleye (Sander vitreus) movement and fishing mortality using state-space models: implications for management of spatially structured populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:330–348.
Jarzyna, M. A., B. Zuckerberg, A. O. Finley and W. F. Porter. 2016. Synergistic effects of climate and land cover: grassland birds are more vulnerable to climate change. Landscape Ecology 31(10): 2275-2290.
Notaro, M., M. Schummer, Y. Zhong, S. Vavrus, L. Van Den Elsen, J. Coluccy, and C. L. Hoving. 2016. Projected influences of changes in weather severity on autumn-winter distributions of dabbling ducks in the Mississippi and Atlantic flyways during the twenty-first century. PLOS One 11(12): e0167506
Parent, C. J., F. Hernandez, L. A. Brennan, D. B. Wester, F. C. Bryant, and M. J. Schnupp. 2016. Northern bobwhite abundance in relation to precipitation and landscape structure. Journal of Wildlife Management. 80(1): 7–18.
Parent, C. J., B. S. Stevens, A. C. Bowling, and W. F. Porter. 2016. Wild turkey harvest trends across the Midwest in the 21st century. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium. 11:211–224.
Porter, W. F., C. A. Stewart, and C. J. Parent. 2016. Symposium summary. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium. 11:407–410.
Stevens, B. S., J. R. Bence, W. F. Porter, and C. J. Parent. 2016. Ecology matters: robustness and management tradeoffs for maximum harvests of wild turkeys. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium. 11:189–210.
Carrera, R., W. B. Ballard, P. R. Krausman, J. Devos Jr., M. C. Wallace, S. Cunningham, O. J. Alcumbrac, and S. A. Christensen. 2015. Reproduction and nutrition of desert mule deer with and without predation. The Southwestern Naturalist 60(4): 285-298.
Crawford, J. C., R. D. Bluett, and E. M. Schauber. 2015. Conspecific aggression by beavers (Castor canadensis) in the Sangamon River basin in central Illinois: correlates with habitat, age, sex and season. American Midland Naturalist 173:145-155.
Crosby, A. D., R. D. Elmore, D. M. Leslie Jr., and R. E. Will. 2015. Looking beyond rare species as umbrella species: northern bobwhites (Colinus virginianus) and conservation of grassland and shrubland birds. Biological Conservation. 186: 233-240.
Herbst, S. J., B. S. Stevens, D. B. Hayes, and P. A. Hanchin. 2015. Estimating walleye (Sander vitreus) movement and fishing mortality using state-space models: implications for management of spatially structured populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:330-348.
Mountrakis, G., C. Beier, W. F. Porter, B. Zuckerberg, M. Jarzyna, J. Wiley Jr., W. Zhuang, and H. Jin. 2015. Using LIDAR to assess the roles of climate and land-cover dynamics as drivers of changes in biodiversity. Final Report to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 66pp.
Jarzyna, M. A., W. F. Porter, B. A. Maurer, B. Zuckerberg, and A. O. Finley. 2015. Landscape fragmentation affects responses of avian communities to climate change. Global Change Biology. 21(8): 2942–2953.
Jarzyna, M. A., B. Zuckerberg, W. F. Porter, A. O. Finley, and B. A. Maurer. 2015, Spatial scaling of temporal changes in avian communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24: 1236–1248.
Snow, N. P., D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2015. Underreporting of wildlife-vehicle collisions does not hinder predictive modeling for large ungulates. Biological Conservation. 181: 44-53.
Watkins, C. J., B. S. Stevens, M. C. Quist, B. B. Shepard, and S. C. Ireland. 2015. Patterns of fish assemblage structure and habitat use among main- and side-channel environments in the lower Kootenai River, Idaho. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 144: 1340-1355.
Dechen Quinn, A. C., D. M. Williams, W. F. Porter, S. D. Fitzgerald, and K. Hynes. 2014. Effects of capture-related injury on post-capture movement rates of white-tailed deer. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50:250–258.
Jarzyna, M. A., A. O. Finley, W. F. Porter, B. A. Maurer, C, M. Beier, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Accounting for space-varying nature of the relationships between temporal community turnover and the environment. Ecography 37:1073-1083.
Krausman, P. R., S. A. Christensen, J. E. McDonald, and B. D Leopold. 2014. Dynamics and social issues of overpopulated deer ranges in the United States: a long term assessment. California Fish and Game 100(3):436-450.
Porter, W. F. 2014. Lessons in leadership. Pages 365-370 in Future of fisheries: perspectives for emerging professionals, W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leopold, editors. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
Snow, N. P., D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2014. A landscape-based approach for delineating hotspots of wildlife-vehicle collisions. Landscape Ecology 29:817–829.
Spilman, C.J., N. Schoch, W. F. Porter, and M.J. Glennon. 2014. The effects of lakeshore development on common loon (Gavia immer) productivity in Adirondack Park, New York, USA. Waterbirds 37:94-101.
Williams, D. M., A. C. Dechen Quinn, and W. F. Porter. 2014. Informing disease models with temporal and spatial contact structure among GPS-collared individuals in wild populations. PLOS ONE 9(1):e84368.
Crosby, A. D., R. D. Elmore, and D. M. Leslie. 2013. Northern bobwhite response to habitat restoration in eastern Oklahoma. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37(4):733-740.
Dechen Quinn, A. C., D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2013. Landscape structure influences white-tailed deer space use. Journal of Mammalogy 94:398-407.
Jarzyna, M. A., B. Zuckerberg, and W. F. Porter. 2013. Climate change and wildlife. Pages 262-278 in P. R. Krausman, and J. W. Cain, editors. Wildlife management and conservation: contemporary principles and practices. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
Kohl, M. T., P. R. Krausman, K. Kunkel, and D. M.Williams 2013. Bison versus cattle: are they ecologically synonymous? Rangeland Ecology & Management 66:721-731.
Ochoa-Ochoa, L. M., M. A. Jarzyna, A. Noriega-Lira, S. Nogue, C. Tovar, A. M. C. Santos, C. Tovar, J. Hartal, R. Field, and G. Stevens. 2013. Research frontiers of early career biogeographers. Frontiers of Biogeography 5(3): 161-162.
Parent, C. J., F. Hernández, D. B. Wester, F. C. Bryant. 2013. Temporal and spatial trends of northern bobwhite survival and nest success. Proceedings of the National Quail Symposium 7:173–183.
Porter, W. F. 2013. Managing wolves: the value of long-term research. Fair Chase Magazine, Fall Issue.
Porter, W. F., and M. A. Jarzyna. 2013. Effects of landscape-scale forest change on the range contraction of ruffed grouse in New York State, USA. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:198-208.
Sadoti, G., B. Zuckerberg, M. A. Jarzyna, and W. F. Porter. 2013. Applying occupancy estimation and modeling in the analysis of atlas data. Diversity and Distributions 19:804-814.
Schildwatcher, G., and W.F. Porter. 2013. Changing landscapes: predators and policy constraints. Fair Chase Magazine, Winter Issue.
Snow, N. P., and W. F. Andelt. 2013. Capture success higher near roads for San Clemente Island foxes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37(3): 623-630.
Stevens, B. S., and B. Dennis. 2013. Wildlife mortality from infrastructure collisions: statistical modeling of count data from carcass surveys. Ecology 94:2087-2096.
Stevens, B. S., D. Naugle, B. Dennis, J. W. Connelly, T. Griffiths, and K. P. Reese. 2013. Mapping sage-grouse fence collision risk: spatially explicit models to target conservation implementation. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:409-415
Witmer, G. W., N. P. Snow, and R. S. Moulton. 2013. The effects of vitamin K1-rich plant foods on the efficacy of the anticoagulant rodenticides chorophacinone and diphacinone, used against montane voles (Microtus montanus). International Journal of Pest Management 59:205-210.
Bowling, A. C., J. Martin, and W. M. Kitchens. 2012. Evaluating the effect of changes in habitat conditions on movement of juvenile snail kites Rostrhamus sociabilis. Ibis 154 (3): 554 -565.
Dechen Quinn, A. C., M. S. Kirchgessner, B. A. Rudolph, D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2012. Applying new analytical tools to the wicked problem of wildlife disease management. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.
Dechen Quinn, A. C., D. M. Williams, and W. F. Porter. 2012. Postcapture movement rates can inform data-censoring protocols for GPS-collared animals. Journal of Mammalogy 93:456-463.
Demarais, S., L. Cornicelli, R. Kahn, E. Merrill, C. Miller, J. M. Peek, W. F. Porter and G. A. Sargeant. 2012. Ungulate management in the national parks of the United States and Canada. The Wildlife Society Technical Review 12-05. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
Kirchgessner, M. S., E. J. Dubovi, W. F. Porter, N. C. Zylich and C. M. Whipps. 2012. Prevalence and spatial distribution of antibodies to bovine viral diarrhea virus and Coxiella burnetii in white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in New York and Pennsylvania. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 43:466-472.
Ma, Z., B. Zuckerberg, W. F. Porter, and L. Zhang. 2012. Use of localized descriptive statistics for exploring the spatial pattern changes of bird species richness at multiple scales. Applied Geography 32:185-194.
Ma, Z., B. Zuckerberg, W. F. Porter, and L. Zhang. 2012. Spatial poisson models for examining the influence of climate and land cover pattern on bird species richness. Forest Science 58: 61-74.
Snow, N. P., W. F. Andelt, T. R. Stanley, J. R. Resnik, and L. Munson. 2012. Effects of roads on survival of San Clemente Island foxes. Journal of Wildlife Management 76: 243-252.
Williams, D. M., A. C. Dechen Quinn, and W. F. Porter. 2012. Impact of habitat-specific GPS positional error on detection of movement scales by first-passage time analysis. PLOS ONE 7: e48439.
Williams, D., A. C. Dechen Quinn and W. F. Porter. 2012. Landscape effects on scales of movement by white-tailed deer in an agricultural-forest matrix. Landscape Ecology 27: 45-57.
Witmer, G. W., N. P. Snow, R. S. Moulton, and J. L. Swartz. 2012. An assessment of seedling damage by wild house mice (Mus musculus) and wild deer mice (Peromyscus spp.). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:1168-1172.
Gorham, D. A., and W. F. Porter. 2011. Examining the potential of community design to limit human conflict with white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:201-208.
Humphries, R., W. Porter, S. Hanisch and A. Bowling. 2011. Concerns about lead in ammunition. Pages 23-28 in J. Reneau, and J. E. Spring, editors. Records book of North American big game. Boone and Crockett Club. Missoula, Montana, USA.
Nielsen, C. K. and W. F. Porter. 2011. Ecology and management of deer in developed landscapes: an introduction. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:124-125.
Porter, W. F., W. M. Healy, S. E. Backs, B. F. Wakeling, and D. E. Steffen. 2011. Managing wild turkeys in the face of uncertainty. Proceedings of the National Wild Turkey Symposium 10. 1-9.
Skrip, M. M., W. F. Porter, B L. Swift, and M. V. Schiavone. 2011. Fall-winter survival of ruffed grouse in New York State. Northeast Naturalist. 18:395-410.
Snow, N. P., W. F. Andelt, and N. P. Gould. 2011. Characteristics of road-kill locations of San Clemente Island foxes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:32-39.
Snow, N. P., and G. W. Witmer. 2011. A field evaluation of a trap for invasive American bullfrogs. Pacific Conservation Biology 17:285-291.