Publications

Beerens, J.M., Noonburg, E.G., Gawlik, D.E. 2015. Linking dynamic habitat selection with wading bird foraging distributions across resource gradients. PLoS ONE, 10(6):e0128182.

Shima, J.S., Noonburg, E.G., Swearer, S.E. 2015. Consequences of variable larval dispersal pathways and resulting phenotypic mixtures to the dynamics of marine metapopulations. Biology Letters, 11: 20140778.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2014.0778

Noonburg, E.G., Chen, A., Shima, J.S., Swearer, S.E. 2015. Demographic heterogeneity and the dynamics of open populations. Ecology, 96: 1159-1165.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1531.1

Naudot, V., Noonburg, E.G. 2013. Predator-prey systems with a general non-monotonic functional response. Physica D, 253: 1-11.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physd.2013.01.019

Welicky, R., Wyneken, J., Noonburg, E.G. 2012. A retrospective analysis of sea turtle depredation patterns. Journal of Wildlife Management, 76: 278-284.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.255

Noonburg, E.G., Nisbet, R.M., Klanjscek, T. 2010. Effects of life history variation on vertical transfer of toxicants in marine mammals. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 264: 479-489.
[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.02.017]

Shima, J.S., Noonburg, E.G.,  Phillips, N.E. 2010. Life history and matrix heterogeneity interact to shape metapopulation connectivity in spatially structured environments. Ecology, 91: 1215-1224.
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Byers, J.E., and Noonburg, E.G. 2007. Poaching, enforcement, and the efficacy of marine reserves. Ecological Applications 17:1851-1856.
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Noonburg, E. G., Newman, L. A., Lewis, M. A., Crabtree, R. L., Potapov, A. B. 2007. Sequential decision-making in a variable environment: Modeling elk movement inYellowstone National Park as a dynamic game. Theoretical Population Biology 71:182-195.
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Noonburg, E. G., and Byers, J. E. 2005. More harm than good: When invader vulnerability to predators enhances impact on native species. Ecology 86: 2555-2560.
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Noonburg, E. G., and Abrams, P. A. 2005. Transient dynamics limit the effectiveness of keystone predation in bringing about coexistence. American Naturalist 165: 322-335.
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Noonburg, E. G., and Nisbet, R. M. 2005. Behavioral and physiological responses to food availability and predation risk. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7: 89-104.
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Noonburg, E. G., Shuter, B. J., and Abrams, P. A. 2003. Indirect effects of zebra mussels on the planktonic food web. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 1353-1368.
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Byers, J. E. and Noonburg, E. G. 2003. Scale dependent effects of biotic resistance to biological invasion. Ecology 84: 1428-1433.
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Parker, H. H., Noonburg, E. G., and Nisbet, R. M. 2001. Models of alternative life history strategies, population structure and potential speciation in salmonid fish stocks. Journal of Animal Ecology 70: 260-272.
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Noonburg, E. G., Nisbet, R. M., McCauley, E., Gurney, W. S. C., Murdoch, W. W., and de Roos, A. M. 1998. Experimental testing of dynamic energy budget models. Functional Ecology 12: 211-222.
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Shea, K. and the NCEAS Working Group on Population Management. 1998. Management of populations in conservation, harvesting and control. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 371-375.

Davis, A. W., Noonburg, E. G., and Wu, C.-I. 1994. Evidence for complex genic interactions between conspecific chromosomes underlying hybrid female sterility in the Drosophila simulans clade. Genetics 137: 191-199.

Johnson, N. A., Hollocher, H. H., Noonburg, E. G., and Wu, C.-I. 1993. The effects of interspecific Y-chromosome replacements on hybrid sterility in the Drosophila simulans clade. Genetics 135:443-453.