In the pipeline…
White, Easton R. 2018. Minimum time required to detect population trends: the need for long-term monitoring programs. In review at Bioscience. preprint at https://peerj.com/preprints/3168/
White, Easton R. and Andrew T. Smith. 2018. The inevitable partial collapse of an American pika metapopulation. In review at Ecology.
White, Easton R. Mark C. Myers, Joanna Mills Flemming, and Julia K. Baum. 2015. Conservation Biology. Shifting elasmobranch community assemblage at Cocos Island – an isolated marine protected area. Here is a corresponding press release.
White, Easton R. John D. Nagy, and Samuel H. Gruber. 2014. Modeling the population dynamics of lemon sharks. Biology Direct 9(1): 1-23
Kessel S. T., Chapman D. D., Franks B. R., Gedamke T., Gruber S. H., Newman J. M., White E. R. and Perkins R. G. 2014. Predictable temperature regulated residency, movement and migration in a large, highly-mobile marine predator. Marine Ecology Progress Series 514: 175-190
Robinson, James P.W., Easton R. White, Logan D. Wiwchar, Danielle C. Claar, Justin P. Suraci, Julia K. Baum. 2014. The limitations of diversity metrics in directing marine global marine conservation. Marine Policy 48:123-125
Gerber, Leah R. and Easton R. White. 2014. Two-sex matrix models in assessing population viability: when do male dynamics matter? Journal of Applied Ecology 51(1): 270-278
Senko, Jesse, Easton R. White, Sellina S. Heppell, and Leah R. Gerber. 2014. A comparison of fishery management strategies for mitigating bycatch of vulnerable marine megafauna species. Animal Conservation 17(1): 5-18