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Automated classification of bird and amphibian calls using machine learning: A comparison of methods
MA Acevedo, CJ Corrada-Bravo, H Corrada-Bravo, LJ Villanueva-Rivera, ...
Ecological Informatics 4 (4), 206-214, 2009
3452009
From the field: Using automated digital recording systems as effective tools for the monitoring of birds and amphibians
MA Acevedo, LJ VILLANUEVA‐RIVERA
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (1), 211-214, 2006
2732006
Social network models predict movement and connectivity in ecological landscapes
RJ Fletcher Jr, MA Acevedo, BE Reichert, KE Pias, WM Kitchens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (48), 19282-19287, 2011
1062011
Virulence‐driven trade‐offs in disease transmission: a meta‐analysis
MA Acevedo, FP Dillemuth, AJ Flick, MJ Faldyn, BD Elderd
Evolution 73 (4), 636-647, 2019
722019
Spatial heterogeneity, host movement and mosquito-borne disease transmission
MA Acevedo, O Prosper, K Lopiano, N Ruktanonchai, TT Caughlin, ...
PloS one 10 (6), e0127552, 2015
682015
Land‐cover and land‐use change and its contribution to the large‐scale organization of Puerto Rico's bird assemblages
MA Acevedo, C Restrepo
Diversity and Distributions 14 (1), 114-122, 2008
552008
Bird community dynamics and habitat associations in karst, mangrove and Pterocarpus forest fragments in an urban zone in Puerto Rico
MA Acevedo, TM Aide
Caribbean Journal of Science 44 (3), 402-416, 2008
462008
How the ecology and evolution of the COVID‐19 pandemic changed learning
MA Lashley, M Acevedo, S Cotner, CJ Lortie
Ecology and Evolution 10 (22), 12412-12417, 2020
442020
Towards a unified framework for connectivity that disentangles movement and mortality in space and time
RJ Fletcher Jr, JA Sefair, C Wang, CL Poli, TAH Smith, EM Bruna, RD Holt, ...
Ecology letters 22 (10), 1680-1689, 2019
402019
The matrix alters the role of path redundancy on patch colonization rates
RJ Fletcher Jr, MA Acevedo, EP Robertson
Ecology 95 (6), 1444-1450, 2014
302014
A diffusive logistic growth model to describe forest recovery
MA Acevedo, M Marcano, RJ Fletcher Jr
Ecological Modelling 244, 13-19, 2012
272012
The negative effects of pathogen‐infected prey on predators: a meta‐analysis
AJ Flick, MA Acevedo, BD Elderd
Oikos 125 (11), 1554-1560, 2016
252016
Forestry bioenergy in the Southeast United States: Implications for wildlife habitat and biodiversity
JM Evans, RJ Fletcher Jr, JRR Alavalapati, AL Smith, D Geller, P Lal, ...
National Wildlife Federation, Merrifield, VA, 2013
212013
Conservation under uncertainty: optimal network protection strategies for worst‐case disturbance events
MA Acevedo, JA Sefair, JC Smith, B Reichert, RJ Fletcher Jr
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (6), 1588-1597, 2015
202015
Local extinction risk under climate change in a neotropical asymmetrically dispersed epiphyte
MA Acevedo, L Beaudrot, EJ MelÚndez‐Ackerman, RL Tremblay
Journal of Ecology 108 (4), 1553-1564, 2020
162020
Place-based attributes predict community membership in a mobile phone communication network
TT Caughlin, N Ruktanonchai, MA Acevedo, KK Lopiano, O Prosper, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e56057, 2013
152013
Local temperature and ecological similarity drive distributional dynamics of tropical mammals worldwide
L Beaudrot, MA Acevedo, JP Lessard, A Zvoleff, PA Jansen, D Sheil, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (7), 976-991, 2019
142019
Spatial asymmetries in connectivity influence colonization− extinction dynamics
MA Acevedo, RJ Fletcher, RL Tremblay, EJ Melendez-Ackerman
Oecologia 179, 415-424, 2015
142015
The drivers and consequences of unstable Plasmodium dynamics: a long-term study of three malaria parasite species infecting a tropical lizard
L Otero, JJ Schall, V Cruz, K Aaltonen, MA Acevedo
Parasitology 146 (4), 453-461, 2019
132019
A defender-attacker model and algorithm for maximizing weighted expected hitting time with application to conservation planning
JA Sefair, JC Smith, MA Acevedo, RJ Fletcher Jr
Iise Transactions 49 (12), 1112-1128, 2017
132017
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