Rose J. Swift
Rose J. Swift
USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
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Vocal kin recognition in kin neighborhoods of western bluebirds
Ç Akçay, RJ Swift, VA Reed, JL Dickinson
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 898-905, 2013
Seasonal survival and reversible state effects in a long‐distance migratory shorebird
RJ Swift, AD Rodewald, JA Johnson, BA Andres, NR Senner
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (9), 2043-2055, 2020
Delayed dispersal in western bluebirds: teasing apart the importance of resources and parents
JL Dickinson, ED Ferree, CA Stern, R Swift, B Zuckerberg
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 843-851, 2014
Breeding habitat of a declining shorebird in a changing environment
RJ Swift, AD Rodewald, NR Senner
Polar Biology 40, 1777-1786, 2017
Environmental heterogeneity and biotic interactions as potential drivers of spatial patterning of shorebird nests
RJ Swift, AD Rodewald, NR Senner
Landscape Ecology 32, 1689-1703, 2017
Comment on “Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds”
M Bulla, J Reneerkens, EL Weiser, A Sokolov, AR Taylor, B Sittler, ...
Science 364 (6445), eaaw8529, 2019
Context-dependent costs and benefits of a heterospecific nesting association
RJ Swift, AD Rodewald, NR Senner
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 974-983, 2018
Low renesting propensity and reproductive success make renesting unproductive for the threatened Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus)
RJ Swift, MJ Anteau, MM Ring, DL Toy, MH Sherfy
The Condor 122 (2), duz066, 2020
The kiwi tick, Ixodes anatis Chilton, 1904 (Acari: Ixodidae): aspects of its biology and ecology
RJ Swift, HA Jamieson SE
Systematic and Applied Acarology, 2015
Demographic Responses of Least Terns and Piping Plovers to the 2011 Missouri River Flood—A Large-Scale Case Study
MJ Anteau, MH Sherfy, TL Shaffer, RJ Swift, DL Toy, CM Dovichin
Asymmetric benefits of a heterospecific breeding association vary with habitat, conspecific abundance and breeding stage
RJ Swift, MJ Anteau, EA Roche, MH Sherfy, DL Toy, MM Ring
Oikos 129 (10), 1504-1520, 2020
Spatial variation in population dynamics of northern Great Plains piping plovers
RJ Swift, MJ Anteau, KS Ellis, MM Ring, MH Sherfy, DL Toy, DN Koons
Open-File Report, 2021
Dynamic sensitivity to resource availability influences population responses to mismatches in a shorebird
LR Wilde, JE Simmons, RJ Swift, NR Senner
Ecology 103 (9), e3743, 2022
Experimental evaluation of predator exclosures on nest, chick, and adult survival of piping plovers
MJ Anteau, RJ Swift, MH Sherfy, DN Koons, KS Ellis, TL Shaffer, DL Toy, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 86 (1), e22139, 2022
Nest site selection in Hudsonian Godwits: effects of habitat and predation risk
R Swift
Impacts of extreme environmental disturbances on piping plover survival are partially moderated by migratory connectivity
KS Ellis, MJ Anteau, FJ Cuthbert, CL Gratto-Trevor, JG Jorgensen, ...
Biological Conservation 264, 109371, 2021
Behavioural adjustments in the social associations of a precocial shorebird mediate the costs and benefits of grouping decisions
LR Wilde, RJ Swift, NR Senner
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (4), 870-882, 2022
Dispersal distance is driven by habitat availability and reproductive success in Northern Great Plains piping plovers
RJ Swift, MJ Anteau, KS Ellis, MM Ring, MH Sherfy, DL Toy
Movement Ecology 9 (1), 1-14, 2021
A World of Decisions: How Choices Throughout the Annual Cycle Affect Survival, Condition, and Performance of a Migratory Shorebird
RJ Swift
Cornell University, 2018
Implications of habitat‐driven survival and dispersal on recruitment in a spatially structured piping plover population
RJ Swift, MJ Anteau, KS Ellis, MM Ring, MH Sherfy, DL Toy, DN Koons
Ecosphere 13 (7), e4190, 2022
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