T.J. Clark
T.J. Clark
Ph.D. Student, University of Montana
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Behavior in invasive New Zealand mud snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) is related to source population
EP Levri, TJ Clark
Biological invasions 17 (1), 497-506, 2015
Nonlinear population dynamics are ubiquitous in animals
TJ Clark, AD Luis
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (1), 75-81, 2020
Urban grasslands support threatened water voles
RA Stewart, TJ Clark, J Shelton, M Stringfellow, C Scott, SA White, ...
Journal of Urban Ecology 3 (1), jux007, 2017
Integrating habitat and partial survey data to estimate the regional population of a globally declining seabird species, the sooty shearwater
TJ Clark, J Matthiopoulos, AS Bonnet-Lebrun, L Campioni, P Catry, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00554, 2019
The depth of Sooty Shearwater Ardenna grisea burrows varies with habitat and increases with competition for space
TJ Clark, AS Bonnet‐Lebrun, L Campioni, P Catry, E Wakefield
Ibis 161 (1), 192-197, 2019
Changes and consistencies in marine and coastal bird numbers on Kidney Island (Falkland Islands) over half a century
P Catry, TJ Clark, S Crofts, A Stanworth, ED Wakefield
Polar Biology, 1-6, 2019
Predator control may not increase ungulate populations in the future: A formal meta‐analysis
TJ Clark, M Hebblewhite
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (4), 812-824, 2021
Stochastic predation exposes prey to predator pits and local extinction
TJ Clark, JS Horne, M Hebblewhite, AD Luis
Oikos 130 (2), 300-309, 2021
Habitat preferences, foraging behaviour and bycatch risk among breeding sooty shearwaters Ardenna grisea in the Southwest Atlantic
AS Bonnet-Lebrun, P Catry, TJ Clark, L Campioni, A Kuepfer, M Tierny, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 651, 163-181, 2020
Combining survey and remotely sensed environmental data to estimate the habitat associations, abundance and distribution of breeding thin-billed prions Pachyptila belcheri and …
AW Stokes, P Catry, J Matthiopoulos, M Boldenow, TJ Clark, A Guest, ...
Polar Biology 44 (4), 809-821, 2021
Evaluating unintended consequences of intentional species introductions and eradications for improved conservation management
DE Pearson, TJ Clark, PG Hahn
Conservation Biology, 2021
A wolf in fox's clothing? Using stable isotopes to quantify ecological replacement
TJ Clark, B Vick, J Newton, I Marengo, ED Wakefield
Conservation Letters, e12791, 2021
Seabird Group Grant Report–Surveying and tracking sooty shearwaters in the Falkland Islands
E Wakefield, TJ Clark, AS Bonnet-Lebrun, L Campioni, P Catry
Clonal variation in behavior in the invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum)
EP Levri, TJ Clark, B Smith, E Colledge, F Menequale, S Landis, E Metz, ...
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