PUBLICATIONS

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Taillie, P. J., Jolly, S., Bobay, L., Sneckenberger, S., McCleery, R. A. (2020) Endangered Island Endemic More Resilient to Rising Sea Level than Sympatric Invasive Species. Animal Conservation. PDF 

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Smart, L.S., Taillie, P. J., Poulter, B., Mitasova, H., Swenson, J. J., Smith, J. W., Meentemeyer, R. K. Quantifying aboveground biomass changes in coastal ecosystems using repeat LiDAR and Landsat data. (2020) Environmental Research Letters.  

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Taillie, P. J., Roman-Cuesta, R., Lagomasino, D., Cifuentes-Jara, M., Fatoyinbo, T., Ott, L. E., Poulter, B. Widespread mangrove mortality resulting from the 2017 Atlantic mega hurricane

season. Environmental Research Letters. PDF

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Battachan, A., Jurjonas, MD., Morris, P. R., Taillie, P. J., Smart, L. S., Emanuel, R. E., Seekamp, E. L. (2019) Linking residential saltwater intrusion risk perceptions to physical exposure of climate change impacts in rural coastal communities of North Carolina. Natural Hazards.

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Taillie, P. J., Moorman, C. E., Smart, L. S., Pacifici, K. (2019) Bird Community Shifts Associated with Saltwater Exposure in Coastal Forests at the Leading Edge of Rising Sea Level. PLoS ONE 14(5): e0216540 PDF

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Taillie, P. J. Moorman, C. E., Ardon, M., Emanuel, R. E., Poulter, B. (2019) Decadal-scale vegetation change driven by salinity at leading edge of rising sea level. Ecosystems.

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Taillie, P. J. and Moorman, C. E. (2019) Marsh bird occupancy along a shoreline-to-forest gradient as marshes migrate from rising sea level.  Ecosphere 10(1).

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Bobay, L., Taillie, P. J., Moorman, C. E. (2018) Use of Autonomous Recording Units Increased Detection of a Secretive Marsh Bird. Journal of Field Ornithology 89: 384-392.

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Bhattachan, A., Jurjonas, M. D., Moody, A. C., Morris, P. R., Sanchez, G. M., Smart, L. S., Taillie, P. J., Emanuel, R. E., Seekamp, E. L. (2018) Sea level rise impacts on rural coastal socio-ecological systems and the implications for decision making. Environmental Science and Policy 90:122-134.

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Taillie, P. J., Burnett, R. D., Roberts, L. J., Campos, B. R., Peterson, M. N., and Moorman, C. E. Interacting and non-linear avian responses to wildfire severity and time since fire. Ecosphere 9(6).

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Pickens, B. A., Marcus, J. F, Carpenter, J. P., Anderson, S., Taillie, P. J., Collazo, J. A. (2017) The effect of urban growth on landscape-scale restoration for a fire-dependent songbird. Journal of Environmental Management 119: 105-115.

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Taillie, P. J., Marcus, J. F., Carpenter, J. P., Anderson, S. K. (2016) The distribution, persistence, and habitat associations of Bachman’s Sparrow (Peucaea aestivalis) in North Carolina. The Chat 80 (2): 57-71

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Taillie, P. J., Moorman, C. E. Peterson, M. N. (2014) Relative importance of local and landscape-level factors on the distribution of a habitat specialist in a highly fragmented system.  The Condor: Ornithological Applications 117 (2): 137-146.

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Seavy, N., Burnett, R. D., Taillie P. J. (2012) Black-backed woodpecker nest-tree preference in burned forests of the Sierra Nevada, California. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36 (4): 722-728.

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