In press

Pejchar, L., C.A. Lepczyk, J. Fantle-Lepczyk, S.C. Hess, M.T. Johnson, C.R. Leopold, M. Marchetti, K.M. McClure, and A.B Shiels. (in press). Hawaii as a microcosm: advancing the science and practice of managing introduced and invasive species. BioScience.

 

2019

Jimenez, M., T. Laverty, S. Bombaci, K. Wilkins, D. Bennett, and L. Pejchar. 2019. Underrepresented faculty play a disproportionate role in advancing diversity and inclusion. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3:1030–1033.

Wilkins, K., L. Pejchar, and R. Garvoille. 2019. Ecological and social consequences of bison reintroduction in Colorado. Conservation Science and Practice 1(2):e9

Bombaci, S., and L. Pejchar. 2019. Using paired acoustic sampling to enhance population monitoring of New Zealand’s forest birds. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 43(1): 3356

Beckman N., C. Aslan, H. Rogers, O. Kogan, J.L. Bronstein, J.M. Bullock, F. Hartig, J. HillesRisLambers, Y. Zhou, D. Zurell, J. Brodie, E. Bruna, S. Cantrell, R. Decker. E. Efiom, E. Fricke, K. Gurski, A. Hastings, J. Johnson, B.A. Loiselle, M. Miriti, M.G. Neubert, L. Pejchar, J. Poulsen, G. Pufal, O. Razafindrastima, M.E. Sandor, K. Shea, S. Schreiber, E.W. Schupp, R.S. Snell, C. Strickland, and J. Zambrano. Advancing an interdisciplinary framework to study seed dispersal. AoB Plants.

Rogers, H.C, Beckman, N., Hartig, F., Johnson, J.S, Pufal, G., Shea, K., Zurell, D., Bullock, J.M, Cantrell, S., Loiselle, B., Pejchar, L., Razafindratsima, O., Sandor, M., Schupp, E.W, Strickland, C., Zambrano, J., The total dispersal kernel: a review and future directionsAoB Plants (5), plz042.

Aslan, C., Beckman, N., Rogers, H., Bronstein, J., Zurell, D., Hartig, F., Shea, K., Pejchar, L., Neubert, M., Poulsen, J., HilleRisLambers, J., Miriti, M., Loiselle, B., Effiom, E., Zambrano, J., Schupp, E.W, Pufal, G., Johnson, J., Bullock, J., Brodie, J., Bruna, E., Cantrell, S., Decker, R., Fricke, E., Gurski, K., Hastings, A., Kogan, O., Powell, J.A, Razafindratsima, O., Sandor, M., Schreiber, S., Snell, R., Strickland, C., Zhou, Y.. 2019. Employing plant functional groups to advance seed dispersal ecology and conservation. AoB Plants 11(2):plz006.

Miller-Rushing A.J. et al…L. Pejchar. 2019. How does habitat fragmentation affect biodiversity? A controversial question at the core of conservation biology. Biological Conservation. 232:271-273.

R.B. Primack, T.J. Regan, V. Devictor, L. Zipf, L. Godet, R. Loyola, B. Maas, R.J. Pakeman, G.S. Cumming, A.E. Bates, L. Pejchar, and L. Pin Koh. 2019. Are Scientific editors reliable gatekeepers of the publication process? Biological Conservation. 238.

Kretser, H.E., E. Dale, L. Karasin, L. Pejchar and S.E. Reed. 2019. Factors influencing adoption and implementation of conservation development ordinances in rural United States. Society and Natural Resources 32(9):1021-1039.

Pakeman R. et al…L. Pejchar. 2019. Fifty years of biological conservation. Biological Conservation 230:A1-A4.

 

2018

Pejchar, L., Y. Clough, J. Ekroos, K.A. Nicholas, O. Olsson, D. Ram, M. Tschumi, and H.G. Smith. 2018. Net effects of birds in agroecosystems. BioScience 68:896-904.

Riedl, H., L. Stinson, W. Clements, and L. Pejchar. (2018). An introduced plant affects aquatic-derived carbon in diets of riparian birds. PLOS ONE 13(11): e0207389

Riedl, H., W. Clements, and L. Pejchar. 2018. An introduced plant is associated with declines in terrestrial arthropods, but no change in stream invertebrates. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2018-0098

Bombaci, S., L. Pejchar and J. Innes. 2018. Fenced sanctuaries deliver conservation benefits for most common and threatened native birds in New Zealand. Ecosphere 9:e02497.

Bennett, D. L. Pejchar, B. Romero, R. Knight and J. Berger. 2018. Using practitioner knowledge to expand the toolbox for private land conservation. Biological Conservation 227:152-159.

Mangan, A.M., A.J. Piaggio, M.W. Hopken, SJ Werner, and L. Pejchar (2018). A molecular analysis to assess codling moth Cydia pomonella L. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) predation by orchard birds. Ecological Indicators 93:1222-1225.

Farr, C. M., S. E. Reed & L. Pejchar (2018). Social network analysis identifies key participants in conservation development. Environmental Management 61:732-740.

Kaushik, M., L. Pejchar & L. Crampton (2018). Potential disruption of seed dispersal in the absence of a native Kauai thrush. PLOS ONE 13(1) e0191992.

Pejchar, L., H.T. Gallo, M. Hooten & G.C. Daily (2018). Predicting effects of large-scale reforestation on native and exotic birds. Diversity and Distributions 10.1111/ddi.12723.

Primack, R.B., A.J. Miller-Rushing, R.T. Corlett, V. Devictor, D.M. Johns, R. Loyola, B. Maas, R.J. Pakeman & L. Pejchar (2018). Biodiversity gains? The debate on changes in local- vs global-scale species richness (editorial). Biological Conservation 219:A1-A3.

Farr, C.M., S.E. Reed, L. Pejchar (2018). How often are conservation developments managed for biodiversity protection? A case study in Colorado, U.S.A. Landscape and Urban Planning 169:105-114.

Wittemyer, G., J. Berger, K. Crooks, B. Noon, L. Pejchar, S.E. Reed & J. Savidge. (2018). To advocate or not is no longer the question: paths to scientific engagement. Bioscience 68:13-14.

 

2017

Stinson, L. & L. Pejchar. (2017). The effects of introduced plants on songbird reproductive success. Biological Invasions https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-017-1633-8.

Mangan, A.M, L. Pejchar, S.J. Werner. (2017). Bird use of organic apple orchards: frugivory, pest control and implications for production. PLOS ONE 12(9), e0183405.

Gallo, T., L.T. Stinson, L. Pejchar. (2017). Mitigation for energy development fails to mimic natural disturbance for birds and mammals. Biological Conservation 212:39-47

Farr, C.M., S.P. Bombaci, H.T. Gallo, A.M. Mangan, H.L. Riedl, L.T. Stinson, K. Wilkins, D.E. Bennett, T. Nogeire-McRae and L. Pejchar. (2017). Addressing the gender gap in distinguished speakers at professional ecology conferences. Bioscience 67:464-468.