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Yemshanov, D., R. G. Haight, F. H. Koch, M.-A. Parisien, T. Swystun, Q. Barber, A. C. Burton, S. Choudhury, and N. Liu. 2019. Prioritizing restoration of fragmented landscapes for wildlife conservation: A graph-theoretic approach. Biological Conservation 232:173-186.
Chen, C., Quan, R., Cao, G., Yang, H., Burton, A.C., Meitner, M. & Brodie, J.F. 2019. Effects of law enforcement and community outreach on mammal diversity in a biodiversity hotspot. Conservation Biology, in press.
Burgar, J.M., Burton, A.C., Fisher, J.T. 2019. The importance of considering multiple interacting species for conservation of species-at-risk. Conservation Biology, in press.
Burgar J., Stewart F, Volpe J, Fisher J, Burton A.C. 2018. Estimating density for species conservation: comparing camera trap spatial count models to genetic spatial capture-recapture models. Global Ecology and Conservation, 15:e00411.
Burton, A.C., J. T. Fisher, P. Adriaens, J. Treweek, D. Paetkau, M. Wikstrom, A. Callender,, R. Vardanyan, A. Stepanyan. 2018. Density and distribution of a brown bear (Ursus arctos) population within the Caucasus biodiversity hotspot. Journal of Mammalogy 99:1249-1260.
Fisher, J.T and A.C. Burton. 2018. Wildlife winners and losers in an oil sands landscape. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16:323-328.
Toews, M. F. Juanes and A.C. Burton. 2018. Mammal responses to the human footprint vary across species and stressors. Journal of Environmental Management 217:690-699.
Stewart, F.; J.T. Fisher, A.C. Burton, and J.P. Volpe. 2018. Species occurrence data reflect the magnitude of animal movements better than the proximity of animal space use. Ecosphere 9:e02112.
Neilson, E.W., T. Avgar, A.C. Burton, K. Broadley and S. Boutin. 2018. Animal movement affects interpretation of occupancy models from camera trap surveys of unmarked animals. Ecosphere 9:e02092.
Frey, S., J.T. Fisher, A.C. Burton and J.P. Volpe. 2017. Investigating animal activity patterns and temporal niche partitioning using camera trap data: challenges and opportunities. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3:123-132.
Caravaggi, A.; Banks, P.; Burton, C.; Finlay, C.; Haswell, P.; Hayward, M.; Rowcliffe, M.; Wood, M. 2017. A review of camera trapping for conservation behaviour research. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 3:109-122.
Toews, M., F. Juanes and A.C. Burton. 2017. Mammal responses to human footprint vary with spatial extent but not with spatial grain. Ecosphere 8:e01735.
Steenweg, R, M. Hebblewhite, R. Kays, J. Ahumada, J.T. Fisher, C. Burton, et al. 2017. Scaling up camera traps: monitoring the planet’s biodiversity with networks of remote sensors. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15:26-34.
Brammer, J., N. Brunet, C. Burton, et al. 2016. The role of digital data entry in participatory environmental monitoring. Conservation Biology 30:1277-1287.
Burton, A.C., Neilson, E., Moreira, D., Ladle, A., Steenweg, R., Fisher, J.T., Bayne, E. & Boutin, S. 2015. Wildlife camera trapping: A review and recommendations for linking surveys to ecological processes. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52:675-685.
Burton, A.C., D. Huggard, E. Bayne, J. Schieck, P. Solymos, T. Muhly, D. Farr, S. Boutin. 2014. A framework for adaptive monitoring of the cumulative effects of human footprint on biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 186:3605-3617.
Danielsen, F., P.M. Jensen, N.D. Burgess, R. Altamirano, P.A. Alviola, H. Andrianandrasana, J.S. Brashares, A.C. Burton, et al. 2014. A Multi-Country Assessment of Tropical Resource Monitoring by Local Communities. BioScience, 64:236-251.
Henschel P, Coad L, Burton C, Chataigner B, Dunn A, et al. 2014. The lion in West Africa is critically endangered. PLoS ONE 9: e83500.
Packer, C., A. Loveridge, S. Canney, …, A.C. Burton, et al. 2013. Conserving large carnivores: dollars and fence. Ecology Letters, 16:635-641.