Brian Gerber
Brian Gerber
Assistant Professor
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Evaluating the potential biases in carnivore capture–recapture studies associated with the use of lure and varying density estimation techniques using photographic-sampling …
BD Gerber, SM Karpanty, MJ Kelly
Population Ecology 54 (1), 43-54, 2012
1012012
Activity patterns of carnivores in the rain forests of Madagascar: implications for species coexistence
BD Gerber, SM Karpanty, J Randrianantenaina
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (3), 667-676, 2012
742012
The impact of forest logging and fragmentation on carnivore species composition, density and occupancy in Madagascar's rainforests
BD Gerber, SM Karpanty, J Randrianantenaina
Oryx 46 (3), 414-422, 2012
582012
An assessment of carnivore relative abundance and density in the eastern rainforests of Madagascar using remotely-triggered camera traps
B Gerber, SM Karpanty, C Crawford, M Kotschwar, J Randrianantenaina
Oryx 44 (2), 219-222, 2010
522010
When carnivores roam: temporal patterns and overlap among M adagascar's native and exotic carnivores
ZJ Farris, BD Gerber, S Karpanty, A Murphy, V Andrianjakarivelo, ...
Journal of Zoology 296 (1), 45-57, 2015
462015
Recommended survey designs for occupancy modelling using motion-activated cameras: insights from empirical wildlife data
G Shannon, JS Lewis, BD Gerber
PeerJ 2, e532, 2014
432014
Assessing carnivore distribution from local knowledge across a human‐dominated landscape in central‐southeastern M adagascar
M Kotschwar Logan, BD Gerber, SM Karpanty, S Justin, FN Rabenahy
Animal Conservation 18 (1), 82-91, 2015
292015
Spatial capture–recapture model performance with known small‐mammal densities
BD Gerber, RR Parmenter
Ecological Applications 25 (3), 695-705, 2015
282015
Estimating the abundance of rare and elusive carnivores from photographic-sampling data when the population size is very small
BD Gerber, JS Ivan, KP Burnham
Population Ecology 56 (3), 463-470, 2014
252014
Teeth, sex, and testosterone: aging in the world's smallest primate
S Zohdy, BD Gerber, S Tecot, MB Blanco, JM Winchester, PC Wright, ...
PLoS One 9 (10), 2014
242014
Risky business: sex differences in mortality and dispersal in a polygynous, monomorphic lemur
SR Tecot, BD Gerber, SJ King, JL Verdolin, PC Wright
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 987-996, 2013
232013
Primates and cameras
BD Gerber, PJ Williams, LL Bailey
International Journal of Primatology 35 (5), 841-858, 2014
222014
Optimal population prediction of sandhill crane recruitment based on climate‐mediated habitat limitations
BD Gerber, WL Kendall, MB Hooten, JA Dubovsky, RC Drewien
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (5), 1299-1310, 2015
212015
Identifying species conservation strategies to reduce disease‐associated declines
BD Gerber, SJ Converse, E Muths, HJ Crockett, BA Mosher, LL Bailey
Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12393, 2018
202018
Marking power lines to reduce avian collisions near the Audubon National Wildlife Refuge, North Dakota
MK Sporer, JF Dwyer, BD Gerber, RE Harness, AK Pandey
Wildlife Society Bulletin 37 (4), 796-804, 2013
202013
Threats to a rainforest carnivore community: A multi-year assessment of occupancy and co-occurrence in Madagascar
ZJ Farris, BD Gerber, K Valenta, R Rafaliarison, JC Razafimahaimodison, ...
Biological Conservation 210, 116-124, 2017
192017
A comment on priors for Bayesian occupancy models
J Northrup, B Gerber
Plos One 13 (2), e0192819, 2018
152018
A model to inform management actions as a response to chytridiomycosis-associated decline
SJ Converse, LL Bailey, BA Mosher, WC Funk, BD Gerber, E Muths
EcoHealth 14 (1), 144-155, 2017
152017
Recommended survey designs for occupancy modeling using motion-activated cameras: insights from empirical wildlife data. PeerJ 2: e532
G Shannon, JS Lewis, BD Gerber
152014
Power pole density informs spatial prioritization for mitigating avian electrocution
JF Dwyer, RE Harness, BD Gerber, MA Landon, P Petersen, DD Austin, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (4), 634-642, 2016
132016
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