Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson
Environment Canada
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Range‐wide effects of breeding‐and nonbreeding‐season climate on the abundance of a Neotropical migrant songbird
S Wilson, SL LaDeau, AP Tøttrup, PP Marra
Ecology 92 (9), 1789-1798, 2011
1172011
El Nino drives timing of breeding but not population growth in the song sparrow (Melospiza melodia)
S Wilson, P Arcese
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (19), 11139-11142, 2003
972003
The state of North America's birds 2016
NABCI Canada, US North American Bird Conservation Initiative, ...
Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2016
752016
Intraseasonal patterns in shorebird nest survival are related to nest age and defence behaviour
PA Smith, S Wilson
Oecologia 163 (3), 613-624, 2010
732010
Nest survival patterns in willow ptarmigan: influence of time, nesting stage, and female characteristics
S Wilson, K Martin, SJ Hannon
The Condor 109 (2), 377-388, 2007
672007
Breeding experience and population density affect the ability of a songbird to respond to future climate variation
S Wilson, DR Norris, AG Wilson, P Arcese
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1625), 2539-2545, 2007
622007
Citizen science reveals an extensive shift in the winter distribution of migratory western grebes
S Wilson, E Anderson, A Wilson, D Bertram, P Arcese
PLOS One 8 (6), e65408, 2013
612013
Non-breeding season habitat quality mediates the strength of density dependence for a migratory bird
P Marra, C Studds, S Wilson, S Sillett, T Sherry, R Holmes
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282, 20150624, 2015
562015
Threshold responses of forest birds to landscape changes around exurban development
M Suarez-Rubio, S Wilson, P Leimgruber, T Lookingbill
PLOS One 8 (6), e67593, 2013
492013
Influence of crop type, heterogeneity and woody structure on avian biodiversity in agricultural landscapes
S Wilson, G Mitchell, J Pasher, M McGovern, MA Hudson, L Fahrig
Ecological Indicators 83, 218-226, 2017
462017
Breeding habitat selection of sympatric White-tailed, Rock and Willow Ptarmigan in the southern Yukon Territory, Canada
S Wilson, K Martin
Journal of Ornithology 149 (4), 629-637, 2008
402008
Variable reproductive effort for two ptarmigan species in response to spring weather in a northern alpine ecosystem
S Wilson, K Martin
Journal of Avian Biology 41 (3), 319-326, 2010
392010
Impacts of nest predators and weather on reproductive success and population limitation in a long-distance migratory songbird
T Sherry, S Wilson, S Hunter, R Holmes
Journal of Avian Biology 46, 559-569, 2015
382015
Drivers of demographic decline across the annual cycle of a threatened migratory bird
S Wilson, J Saracco, R Krikun, T Flockhart, C Godwin, K Foster
Scientific Reports 8 (7316), doi:10.1038/s41598-018-25633-z, 2018
362018
Does cowbird parasitism increase predation risk to American redstart nests?
SJ Hannon, S Wilson, CA McCallum
Oikos 118 (7), 1035-1043, 2009
362009
Life-history and demographic variation in an alpine specialist at the latitudinal extremes of the range
S Wilson, K Martin
Population Ecology 53, 459-471, 2011
342011
Optimizing the conservation of migratory species over their full annual cycle
R Schuster, S Wilson, A Rodewald, P Arcese, D Fink, T Auer, J Bennett
Nature Communications 10, 2019
332019
Effects of severe weather on reproduction for sympatric songbirds in an alpine environment: Interactions of climate extremes influence nesting success
K Martin, S Wilson, EC MacDonald, AF Camfield, M Martin, SA Trefry
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (3), 696-709, 2017
332017
Prioritizing recovery funding to maximize conservation of endangered species
TG Martin, L Kehoe, C Mantyka‐Pringle, I Chades, S Wilson, RG Bloom, ...
Conservation Letters 11 (6), e12604, 2018
322018
Breeding Destinations and Spring Migration Patterns of Swainson's Thrush (Catharus ustulatus) at a Costa Rican Stopover Site
S Wilson, KA Hobson, DM Collister, AG Wilson
The Auk 125 (1), 95-104, 2008
292008
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