Publications - Dr. Drake

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Peer reviewed or peer edited, * = Graduate student research

  • Mueller, M., Drake, D., and M. Allen. 2019. Using citizen science to inform urban canid management. Landscape and Urban Planning 189:362-371:
  • Mueller, M., Drake, D., and M. Allen. 2018. Coexistence of coyotes (Canis latrans) and red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in an urban landscape. PLoS ONE 13:
  • Virzi, T., Lockwood, J.L., Lathrop, R.G., Grodsky, S.M., and D. Drake. 2017. Predicting American Oystercatcher (Haematopus palliatus) Breeding Distribution in an Urbanized Coastal Ecosystem Using Maximum Entropy Modeling. Waterbirds 40: 104-122:
  • Virzi, T., Lockwood, J.L., Drake, D., Grodsky, S.M., and T. Pover. 2016. Conservation implications of reproductive success of American Oystercatchers in an urbanized barrier Island complex.
  • Drake, D., Jennelle, C., Liu, J., Grodsky, S.M., Schumacher, S., and M. Sponsler. 2015. Regional Analysis of Wind Turbine-Caused Bat Mortality. Acta Chiropterologica 17:
  • Hygnstrom, S., Drake, D., T.R. Van Deelen., and S.M. Vantassel. 2014. Managing Overabundant White-Tailed Deer: Is it Time to Consider Regulated Commercial Harvest? Outlooks on Pest Management 25:
  • Grodsky, S.M., Jennelle, C., and D. Drake. 2012. Bird Mortality at a Wind-Energy Facility near a Wetland of International Importance (Mortalidad de Aves en un Complejo de Energía Eólica cerca de un Humedal de Importancia Internacional). The Condor 115: 700-711: