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 IWMM Publications

Migration Model: A generalizable energetics-based model of avian migration to facilitate continental-scale waterbird conservation.
Ecological Applications, 2016
By: Eric V. Lonsdorf, Wayne E. Thogmartin, Sarah Jacobi, Jorge Coppen, Amélie Y. Davis, Timothy J. Fox, Patricia Heglund, Rex Johnson, Tim Jones, Kevin P. Kenow, James E. Lyons, Kirsten E. Luke, Shannon Still, and Brian Tavernia.
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Local Abundance Modeling: Evaluating predictors of local dabbling duck abundance during migration: managing the spectrum of conditions faced by migrants.
Wildfowl, 2015
By: Kevin Aagaard, Shawn. M. Crimmins, Wayne E. Thogmartin, Brian Tavernia, and James Lyons.
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Habitat Validation: An evaluation of rapid methods for monitoring vegetation characteristics of wetland bird habitat.
Wetlands Ecology and Management, 2016
By: Brian G. Tavernia, James E. Lyons, Brian W. Loges, Andrew Wilson, Jaime A. Collazo and Michael C. Runge.
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Quantifying the relative contribution of an ecological reserve to conservation objectives.
Global Ecology and Conservation, January 2017
By: Kevin Aagaard, James E. Lyons, and Wayne E. Thogmartin.
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Local Scale Decision Support: Balancing Habitat Delivery for Breeding Marsh Birds and Nonbreeding Waterfowl: An Integrated Waterbird Management and Monitoring Approach at Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge, Missouri.
U.S. Department of the Interior / U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2017–1051
By Brian W. Loges, James E. Lyons, and Brian G. Taverna.

Technical Reports

Technical Report for IWMM Pilot Data, 2010-2014.
By: Kevin Aagaard, James E. Lyons, Brian Loges and Wayne Throgmartin

Waterbird Migration Summary for the Fall of 2016 Through Spring 2017 Season and Comparisons of Management Costs for Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge, Illinois
By: Brian Loges