Kreuser, AM, AB Shiels, CA Lepczyk, and LH Crampton. In press. Bird and rat carcass persistence in a Hawaiian rainforest managed for rodents using A24 self-resetting traps. Management of Biological Invasions.
Fricker, GA, LH Crampton, EM Gallerani, JM Hite, R Inman, and TW Gillespie. In press. Application of LiDAR for Critical Endangered Bird Species Conservation on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. Ecosphere. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.3554/17076191
Fortini, Lucas B., LR Kaiser, AE Vorsino, EH Paxton, and JD Jacobi. 2017. Assessing the potential of translocating vulnerable forest birds by searching for novel and enduring climatic ranges. Ecology and Evolution 21:9119-9130.
Campbell, SP, A Clark, LH Crampton, AD Guerry, L Hatch, PR Hossieni, JJ Lawler and RJ O’Connor. 2002.An assessment of monitoring efforts in endangered species recovery plans.Ecological Applications 12: 674-681.
Switzer, R.A. Lieberman, J. Nelson and L.H. Crampton. 2013. Augmentation of the Puaiohi population through captive propagation and release on the Alakai Plateau, Kauai, Hawaii, USA. Reintroduction Specialist Group Book, IUCN.
Paxton, EH, J Burgett, E McDonald-Fadden, E Bean, CT Atkinson, D Ball, C Cole, LH Crampton, J Kraus, DA LaPointe, L Mehrhoff, MD Samuel, DC Brewer, SJ Converse, and S Morey. 2012. Keeping Hawai’i’s Forest Birds One Step Ahead of Avian Diseases in a Warming World: a focus on Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge. A case study from the Structured Decision Making Workshop, Volcano HI. National Conservation Training Center. Sheperdstown, WV.
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