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Herndon Solutions Group LLC, NASA Environmental and Medical Contract, Kennedy Space Center
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Introduction
HM Swain, DR Breininger, DS Busby, KB Clark, SB Cook, RA Day, ...
Bulletin of marine science 57 (1), 1-7, 1995
237*1995
Setting reliability bounds on habitat suitability indices
MA Burgman, DR Breininger, BW Duncan, S Ferson
Ecological Applications 11 (1), 70-78, 2001
1522001
Mapping Florida scrub jay habitat for purposes of land-use management
DR Breininger, MJ Provancha, RB Smith
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 57, 1991
1291991
Coupling past management practice and historic landscape change on John F. Kennedy Space Center, Florida
BW Duncan, S Boyle, DR Breininger, PA Schmalzer
Landscape Ecology 14 (3), 291-309, 1999
1061999
Adaptive resource management and the value of information
BK Williams, MJ Eaton, DR Breininger
Ecological Modelling, 2011
1022011
Landscape patterns of Florida scrub jay habitat use and demographic success
DR Breininger, VL Larson, BW Duncan, RB Smith, DM Oddy, ...
Conservation Biology 9 (6), 1442-1453, 1995
1001995
Effects of fire and disturbance on plants and birds in a Florida oak/palmetto scrub community
DR Breininger, PA Schmalzer
American Midland Naturalist, 64-74, 1990
881990
A rapid approach to modeling species-habitat relationships
GM Carter, ED Stolen, DR Breininger
Biological Conservation 127 (2), 237-244, 2006
822006
Territory quality transitions and source–sink dynamics in a Florida scrub‐jay population
DR Breininger, GM Carter
Ecological Applications 13 (2), 516-529, 2003
762003
Influence of habitat quality, catastrophes, and population size on extinction risk of the Florida scrub-jay
DR Breininger, MA Burgman, BM Stith
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 810-822, 1999
761999
Florida Scrub-Jay demography and dispersal in a fragmented landscape
DR Breininger
The Auk, 520-527, 1999
741999
Validating a Florida Scrub Jay habitat suitability model, using demography data on Kennedy Space Center
BW Duncan, DR Breininger, PA Schmalzer, VL Larson
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 61 (11), 1361-1370, 1995
691995
Waterbird use of coastal impoundments and management implications in east-central Florida
DR Breininger, RB Smith
Wetlands 10 (2), 223-241, 1990
691990
Linking habitat suitability to demographic success in Florida scrub-jays
DR Breininger, VL Larson, BW Duncan, RB Smith
Wildlife Society Bulletin 26 (1), 118-128, 1998
681998
Estimating occupancy of gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) burrows in coastal scrub and slash pine flatwoods
DR Breininger, PA Schmalzer, CR Hinkle
Journal of Herpetology, 317-321, 1991
671991
Gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) densities in coastal scrub and slash pine flatwoods in Florida
DR Breininger, PA Schmalzer, CR Hinkle
Journal of Herpetology, 60-65, 1994
591994
Home range characteristics of radiotagged gopher tortoises on Kennedy Space Center, Florida
RB Smith, DR Breininger, VL Larson
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 2, 358-362, 1997
531997
Landcover characterizations and Florida scrub-jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens) population dynamics
DR Breininger, B Toland, DM Oddy, ML Legare
Biological Conservation 128 (2), 169-181, 2006
512006
Prioritizing wildlife taxa for biological diversity conservation at the local scale
DR Breininger, MJ Barkaszi, RB Smith, DM Oddy, JA Provancha
Environmental Management 22 (2), 315-321, 1998
511998
Metapopulation dynamics of the California least tern
HR Akçakaya, JL Atwood, D Breininger, CT Collins, B Duncan
The Journal of wildlife management, 829-842, 2003
482003
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