Since its founding in 1969, Manomet’s research has explored biodiversity and climate change from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego, from tropical forests of Central America to boreal forests of northern New England and Canada, and from the ocean to the uplands. Over its 50+ year history, Manomet has published hundreds of peer-reviewed articles, many in leading journals including Ornithological Applications (formerly The Condor), Science, and Biological Conservation.

Manomet Publications - 2009-2021

Publication YearTopicType of publicationCitation
2021Arctic Shorebird Demographics NetworkPeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteRebecca Shaftel, D.J., Rinella, E. Kwon, S. Broan, H.R. Gates, S.J. Kendall, D.B. Lank, J.R. Liebezeit, D.C. Payer, J. Rausch, S.T. Saalfeld, B.K. Sandercock, P.A. Smith, D. Ward, R.B. Lanctot. 2021. Predictors of invertebrate biomass and rate of advancement of invertebrate phenology across eight sites in the North American Arctic. Polar Biology 44(2):1-21. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-020-02781-5

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2020Forest CarbonTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. 2020. Model programs for making payments for land-based carbon offsets in Maine. Sustainable Economies Program, Manomet, Inc. Brunswick, ME.

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2020Sustainable AgricultureTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. (editor) 2020. The Leading Harvest Farmland Management Standard, The Conservation Fund, Washington, D.C.

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2020reTURN theFavor Annual ReportTechnical reportFerguson, L. and L. Chamberlin. 2020. reTURN the Favor: Horseshoe crab rescue program 2020 report.

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2020Green CrabPeer-reviewedMcMahan, M.D. Assessing intertidal populations of the invasive European Green Crab. 2020. J. Vis. Exp.:163, e61667, doi:10.3791/61667

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2020Ecological and socioeconomic implications of a northern range expansion of black sea bassPeer-reviewedMcMahan M.D., G.D. Sherwood, and J.H. Grabowski. 2020. Geographic variation in life-history traits of Black Sea Bass (Centropristis striata) during a rapid range expansion. Front. Mar. Sci. 7:567758. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.567758

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2020Arctic Shorebird TrackingPeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteDavidson, Sarah C., et al. 2020. Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic. Science 370 (6517). DOI: 10.1126/science.abb7080

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2020Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Adult SurvivalPeer-reviewedWeiser, E.L., R.B. Lanctot, S.C. Brown, H.R. Gates, J. Bety, M.L. Boldenow, R.W. Brook, G.S. Brown, W.B. English, S.A. Flemming, S.E. Franks, H.G. Gilchrist, M.Giroux, A. Johnson, S. Kendall, L.V. Kennedy, L. Koloski, E. Kwon, J. Lamarre, D.B. Lank, C.J. Latty, N. Lecomte, J.R. Liebezeit, R.L. McGuire, L. McKinnon, E. Nol, D. Payer, J. Perz, J. Rausch, M. Robards, S.T. Saalfeld, N.R. Senner, P.A. Smith, M. Soloviev, D. Solovyeva, D.H. Ward, P.F. Woodard, and B.K. Sandercock. 2020. Annual adult survival drives trends in Arctic-breeding shorebirds but knowledge gaps in other vital rates remain. Condor 122:1-14.
2020Developing efficient conservation prioritizationsPeer-reviewedJohnston, A., T. Auer, D. Fink, M. Strimas-Mackey, M. Iliff, K. V. Rosenberg, S. Brown, R. Lanctot, A. D. Rodewald, and S. Kelling. 2020. Comparing abundance distributions and range maps in spatial conservation planning for migratory species. Ecological Applications. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2058.

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2020Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Geolocator effectsPeer-reviewedDavidson, Sarah C., et al. (148 coauthors including S.C. Brown). 2020. Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic. Science 370 (6517). DOI: 10.1126/science.abb7080

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2020Diet of fall migrant landbirdsPeer-reviewedAmanda S. Gallinat, Richard B. Primack, Trevor L. Lloyd-Evans. 2020. Can invasive species replace native species as a resource for birds under climate change? A case study on bird-fruit interactions. Biological Conservation 241:108268. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108268
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2020Migration stopover timingPeer-reviewedDorian NN, Lloyd-Evans TL, Reed JM. 2020. Non-parallel changes in songbird migration timing are not explained by changes in stopover migration
2019Whimbrel Migration EcologyPeer-reviewedWatts, B.D., F.M. Smith, D.J. Hamilton, T. Keyes, J. Paquet, L. Pirie-Dominix, J. Rausch, B. Truitt, B. Winn, and P. Woodard. 2019. Seasonal variation in mortality rates for Whimbrels (Numenius phaeopus) using the Western Atlantic Flyway. Volume 121: 1–13

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2019Sustainable Agriculture technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2019. Briefing Paper: A Description of the Sustainable Agriculture Working Group Draft Standard. Manomet, Brunswick, ME. 4 pp.
2019reTURN the Favor Annual ReportGeneral audience/ opinion pieceFerguson, L. and L. Chamberlin. 2019. reTURN the Favor: Horseshoe crab rescue program 2019 report.

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2019Ecological and socioeconomic implications of a northern range expansion of black sea bassPeer-reviewedMcMahan, MD, Grabowski, JH (2019). Nonconsumptive effects of a range-expanding predator on juvenile lobster (Homarus americanus) population dynamics. Ecosphere 10: e02867

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2019Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteAldabe, Joaquín, Richard B. Lanctot, Daniel Blanco, Pablo Rocca, Pablo Inchausti. 2019. Managing Grasslands to Maximize Migratory Shorebird Use and Livestock Production. Rangeland Ecology and Management 72: 150-159.

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2019Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Phenological MismatchPeer-reviewedKwon, E., E. L. Weiser, R. B. Lanctot, S. C. Brown, H. R. Gates, G. Gilchrist, S. J. Kenda.., D. B. Lank, J. R. Liebezeit, L. McKinnon, E. Nol., D. C. Payer, J. Rausch, D. J. Rinella, S. T. Saalfeld, N. R. Senner, P. A. Smith, D. Ward, R. W. Wisseman, and B. Sandercock. 2019. Geographic variation in the intensity of warming and phenological mismatch between Arctic shorebirds and invertebrates. Ecological Monographs 89(4).

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2019Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Global Predation TrendsPeer-reviewedBulla, M., Jeroen Reneerkens, Emily L. Weiser, Aleksandr Sokolov, Audrey R. Taylor, Benoît Sittler, Brian J. McCaffery, Dan R. Ruthrauff, Daniel H. Catlin, David C. Payer, David H. Ward, Diana V. Solovyeva, Eduardo S. A. Santos, Eldar Rakhimberdiev, Erica Nol, Eunbi Kwon1, Glen S. Brown, Glenda D. Hevia, H. River Gates, James A. Johnson, Jan A. van Gils, Jannik Hansen, Jean-François Lamarre, Jennie Rausch, Jesse R. Conklin, Joe Liebezeit, Joël Bêty, Johannes Lang, José A. Alves, Juan Fernández-Elipe, Klaus-Michael Exo, Loïc Bollache, Marcelo Bertellotti1, Marie-Andrée Giroux, Martijn van de Pol, Matthew Johnson, Megan L. Boldenow, Mihai Valcu, Mikhail Soloviev1 Natalya Sokolova, Nathan R. Senner, Nicolas Lecomte, Nicolas Meyer, Niels Martin Schmidt, Olivier Gilg, Paul A. Smith, Paula Machín, Rebecca L. McGuire, Ricardo A. S. Cerboncini, Richard Ottvall, Rob S. A. van Bemmelen, Rose J. Swift, Sarah T. Saalfeld, Sarah E. Jamieson, Stephen Brown, Theunis Piersma, Tomas Albrecht, Verónica D’Amico, Richard B. Lanctot, and Bart Kempenaers. 2019. Comment on “Global pattern of nest predation is disrupted by climate change in shorebirds. Science. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw8529.
2019Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - MicrobiotaPeer-reviewedGrond, K., J. W. Santo Domingo, Richard B. Lanctot, Ari Jumpponen, Rebecca L. Bentzen, Megan L. Boldenow, Stephen C. Brown, Bruce Casler, Jenny A. Cunningham, Andrew C. Doll, Scott Freeman, Brooke L. Hill, Steven J. Kendall, Eunbi Kwon, Joseph R. Liebezeit, Lisa Pirie-Dominix, Jennie Rausch, and Brett K. Sandercock. 2019. Composition and Drivers of Gut Microbial Communities in Arctic-Breeding Shorebirds. Frontiers in Microbiology 10. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.02258

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2019Banding trends at ManometPeer-reviewedKamm, M.D., T.L. Lloyd-Evans, M. Handmaker and J.M. Reed. 2019. A half-century of changes in migratory landbird numbers along coastal Massachusetts. PLOS ONE 14(9): e0222232. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0222232 2019 Sep 06.

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2019AMOY InitiativeTechnical reportAtlantic Flyway Shorebird Initiative. 2019. Guidance and Best Practices for Coordinated Predation Management to Benefit Temperate Breeding Shorebirds in the Atlantic Flyway.

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2018Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2018. Sustainable Agriculture Program Draft Standard, v 2.0. (for all cropland in the U.S.). Manomet, Brunswick, ME. 33 pp.
2018Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. and J.M. Hagan. 2018. An Evaluation of Voluntary Agriculture Standards and Programs: Summary Report. Manomet, Brunswick, ME. 7 pp.
2018Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. and J.M. Hagan. 2018. An Evaluation of Voluntary Agriculture Standards and Programs. Report. Manomet, Brunswick, ME. 34 pp.
2018reTURN the Favor Annual ReportTechnical reportFerguson, L. and L. Chamberlin. 2018. reTURN the Favor: Horseshoe crab rescue program 2018 report.
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2018Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Environmental ConditionsPeer-reviewedWeiser, E. L., S. C. Brown, R. B. Lanctot, H. R. Gates, K. Abraham, R. L Bentzen, J. Bêty, M. L. Boldenow, R. Brook, T. F. Donnelly, W. B. English, S. A. Flemming, S. E. Franks, H. G. Gilchrist, M. A. Giroux, A. Johnson, L. V. Kennedy, L. Koloski, E. Kwon, J. F. Lamarre, D. B. Lank, N. Lecomte, J. R. Liebezeit, L. McKinnon, E. Nol, J. Perz, J. Rausch, M. Robards, S. T. Saalfeld, N. R. Senner, P. A. Smith, M. Soloviev, D. Solovyeva, D. H. Ward, P. F. Woodard, and B. K. Sandercock. 2018. Effects of environmental and conditions on reproductive effort and nest success of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Ibis 160, 608–623.
2018Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Flag ImpactsPeer-reviewedWeiser, E.L., R.B. Lanctot, S.C. Brown, H.R. Gates, R.L. Bentzen, M.L. Boldenow, J.A. Cunningham, A. Doll, T.F. Donnelly, W.B. English, S.E. Franks, K. Grond, P. Herzog, B.L. Hill, S. Kendall, E. Kwon, D. B. Lank, J.R. Liebezeit, J. Rausch, S.T. Saalfeld, A.R. Taylor, D.H. Ward, P.F. Woodard, and B.K. Sandercock. 2018. Effects of leg flags on nest survival of four species of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 89(3):287–297.

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2018Arctic Refuge coastal plain shorebird habitatsPeer-reviewedChurchwell, R.T, S. Kendall, S. C. Brown, A.L. Blanchard, T.E. Hollmen, and A.N. Powell. 2018. The first hop: Use of Beaufort Sea deltas by hatch-year Semipalmated Sandpipers. Coasts and Estuaries 41:280–292.

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2018Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Adult SurvivalPeer-reviewedWeiser, E.L., R.B. Lanctot, S.C. Brown, H.R. Gates, R.L. Bentzen, J. Bêty, M.L. Boldenow, W.B. English, S.E. Franks, L. Koloski, E. Kwon, J.-F. Lamarre, D.B. Lank, J.R. Liebezeit, L. McKinnon, E. Nol, J. Rausch, S.T. Saalfeld, N.R. Senner, D.H. Ward, P.F. Woodard, and B.K. Sandercock. 2018. Environmental and ecological conditions at Arctic breeding sites have limited effects on true survival rates of adult shorebirds. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:29-43.

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2018Semipalmated Sandpiper conservationPeer-reviewedChurchwell, R. T., S. Kendall, S. C. Brown, and A Powell. 2018. Will increased storm surge frequency impact food availability for Semipalmated Sandpipers (Calidris pusilla) at the beginning of fall migration? Wader Study 125. https://doi.org/10.18194/ws.00121

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2017Sustainable AgricultureTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. 2017. Impacts of Massachusetts dairy farms and key farm assistance programs: A summary of the 2016 Massachusetts Dairy Farm Impact Survey. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.

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2017Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2017. An analysis of 15 sustainable agriculture programs. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.
2017Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2017. Sustainable Agriculture Program (SAP) Environmental Standard v 1.0 for Farmland. (Including gap analysis of current agricultural practices), Brunswick, ME.
2017reTURN the Favor Annual ReportTechnical reportFerguson, L., L. Chamberlin, and A. Anholt (2017). reTURN the Favor New Jersey’s Horseshoe Crab Rescue Program: 2017 Summary Report.

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2017Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteAldabe, J., Caymaris H., Castelli L., Güller R. and M. Masariche. 2017. Aves del Este de Uruguay. 192 páginas. 1ª edición, Fundación Amigos de las Lagunas Costeras. Montevideo.
2017Yukon Kuskokwim Delta Shorebird HabitatsPeer-reviewedSaalfeld, S. T., Fischer, J. B., Stehn, R. A., Platte, R. M. and Brown, S. C. 2017. Predicting waterbird nest distributions on the Yukon–Kuskokwim Delta of Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 81(8):1468–1481. doi:10.1002/jwmg.21322.

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2017Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Life history tradeoffsPeer-reviewedWeiser, E. L., S. C. Brown, R. B. Lanctot, H. R. Gates, K. Abraham, R. L Bentzen, J. Bêty, M. L. Boldenow, R. Brook, T. F. Donnelly, W. B. English, S. Flemming, S. E. Franks, H. G. Gilchrist, M. A. Giroux, A. Johnson, L.V. Kennedy, L. Koloski, E. Kwon, J. F. Lamarre, D. B. Lank, N. Lecomte, J. R. Liebezeit, L. McKinnon, E. Nol, J. Perz, J. Rausch, M. Robards, S. T. Saalfeld, N. R. Senner, P. A. Smith, M. Soloviev, D. Solovyeva, D. H. Ward, P. F. Woodard, and B. K. Sandercock. 2017. Life-history tradeoffs revealed by seasonal declines in reproductive traits of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Journal of Avian Biology 49(2). https://doi.org/10.1111/jav.01531
2017Semipalmated Sandpiper Migratory ConnectivityPeer-reviewedBrown, Stephen C., Cheri Gratto-Trevor, Ron Porter, Emily L. Weiser, David Mizrahi, Rebecca Bentzen, Megan Boldenow, Rob Clay, Scott Freeman, Marie-Andree Giroux, Eunbi Kwon, David B. Lank, Nicolas Lecomte, Joe Liebezeit, Vanessa Loverti, Jennie Rausch, Brett K. Sandercock, Shiloh Schulte, Paul Smith, Audrey Taylor, Brad Winn, Stephen Yezerinac, and Richard B. Lanctot. 2017. Migratory connectivity of Semipalmated Sandpipers and implications for conservation. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119: 207–224

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2017Migration BandingPeer-reviewedLloyd-Evans, T.L. 2017. Confusing fall Blackpoll Warbler. Bird Observer 45(4):265-266.
2017Test of statistical samplingPeer-reviewedStegman, L., R.B. Primack, A.S. Gallinat, T.L. Lloyd-Evans and E.R. Ellwood. 2017. Reduced sampling frequency can still detect changes in abundance and phenology of migratory landbirds. Biological Conservation 210: 107-115.
2017Feather coloration in Colaptes flickersPeer-reviewedHudon, J., R.J. Driver, N.H. Rice, T.L. Lloyd-Evans, J.A. Craves and D.P. Shustack. 2017. Diet explains red flight feathers in Yellow-shafted Flickers in eastern North America. Auk 134(1):22-33
2016Sustainable AgricultureTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. 2016. A framework for sustainable agriculture for all crops in the United States. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.
2016Sustainable AgricultureTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. 2016. Vital Capital Index for Dairy Agriculture, V3.0. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.
2016reTURN the Favor Annual ReportTechnical reportFerguson, L., L. Chamberlin, and A. Anholt (2016). reTURN the Favor New Jersey’s Horseshoe Crab Rescue Program: 2016 Summary Report.

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2016Arctic Shorebird TrackingPeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteLanctot, R.B., S. Yezerinac, J. Aldabe, J. Bosi de Almeida, G. Castresana, S. Brown, P. Rocca, S.T. Saalfeld & J.W. Fox. 2016. Light-level geolocation reveals migration patterns of the Buff-breasted Sandpiper. Wader Study 123(1): 29–43.
2016Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteLanctot, Richard B., Stephen Yezerinac, Joaquin Aldabe, Juliana Bosi de Almeida, Gabriel Castresana, Stephen Brown, Pablo Rocca, Sarah T. Saalfeld, and James W. Fox. 2016. Light-level geolocation reveals migration patterns of the Buff-breasted Sandpiper. Wader Study 123(1):29-43.
2016Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Nest Incubation PatternsPeer-reviewedBulla, M., M. Valcu, A. M. Dokter, A. G. Dondua, A. Kosztolányi, A. L. Rutten, B. Helm, B. K. Sandercock, B. Casler, B. J. Ens, C. S. Spiegel, C. J. Hassell, C. Küpper, C. Minton, D. Burgas, D. B. Lank, D. C. Payer, E. Y. Loktionov, E. Nol, E. Kwon, F. Smith, H. R. Gates, H. Vitnerová, H. Prüter, J. A. Johnson, J. J. H. St Clair, J.-F. Lamarre, J. Rausch, J. Reneerkens, J. R. Conklin, J. Burger, J. Liebezeit, J. Bêty, J. T. Coleman, J. Figuerola, J. C. E. W. Hooijmeijer, J. A. Alves, J. A. M. Smith, K. Weidinger, K. Koivula, K. Gosbell, K.-M. Exo, L. Niles, L. Koloski, L. McKinnon, L. Praus, M. Klaassen, M.-A. Giroux, M. Sládeček, M. L. Boldenow, M. I. Goldstein, M. Šálek, N. Senner, N. Rönkä, N. Lecomte, O. Gilg, O. Vincze, O. W. Johnson, P. A. Smith, P. F. Woodard, P. S. Tomkovich, P. F. Battley, R. Bentzen, R. B. Lanctot, R. Porter, S. T. Saalfeld, S. Freeman, S. C. Brown, S. Yezerinac, T. Székely, T. Montalvo, T. Piersma, V. Loverti, V.-M. Pakanen, W. Tijsen, and B. Kempenaers. 2016. Unexpected diversity in socially synchronized rhythms of shorebirds. Nature 540:109-113.

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2016Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - Geolocator effectsPeer-reviewedWeiser, E. L., R. B. Lanctot, S. C. Brown, J. A. Alves, P. F. Battley, R. Bentzen, J. Bêty, M. A. Bishop, M. Boldenow, L. Bollache, B. Casler, M. Christie, J. T. Coleman, J. R. Conklin, W. B. English, H. R. Gates, O. Gilg, M. A. Giroux, K. Gosbell, C. Hassell, J. Helmericks, A. Johnson, B. Katrínardóttir, K. Koivula, E. Kwon, J. F. Lamarre, J. Lang, D. B. Lank, N. Lecomte, J. Liebezeit, V. Loverti, L. McKinnon, C. Minton, D. Mizrahi, E. Nol, V. Pakanen, J. Perz, R. Porter, J. Rausch, J. Reneerkens, N. Rönkä, S. Saalfeld, N. Senner, B. Sittler, P. A. Smith, K. Sowl, A. Taylor, D. H. Ward, S. Yezerinac, and B. K. Sandercock. 2016. Effects of geolocators on hatching success, return rates, breeding movements, and change in body mass in 16 species of Arctic-breeding shorebirds. Movement Ecology 4:12

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2016Arctic Shorebird Demographics Network - MercuryPeer-reviewedPerkins, M, L. Ferguson, R. B. Lanctot, I. J. Stenhouse, S. Kendall, S. Brown, H. R. Gates, J. O. Hall, K. Regan, and D. C. Evers . 2016. Mercury exposure and risk in breeding and staging Alaskan shorebirds. The Condor 118: 571–582.

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2016Phalarope monitoringPeer-reviewedHunnewell, R. W., A. W. Diamond, and S. C. Brown. 2016. Estimating the migratory stopover abundance of phalaropes in the outer Bay of Fundy, Canada. Avian Conservation and Ecology 11:11

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2016AMOY InitiativePeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteSchulte, S.A., and T. R. Simons. 2016. Hurricane Disturbance Benefits Nesting American Oystercatchers (Haematopus palliatus). Waterbirds 39(4), 327-337.
2016AMOY InitiativeTechnical reportSchulte S. A. 2016. Florida Beach-nesting bird plan.
2015reTURN the Favor Annual ReportTechnical reportFerguson, L., L. Chamberlin, and A. Anholt (2015). reTURN the Favor Horseshoe Crab Rescue Project 2015 Season Summary Report.

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2015Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteJoaquín Aldabe, Joaquín, Pablo I. Rocca, Patricia M. González, Diego Caballero-Sadi, and Allan J. Baker. 2015. Migration of endangered Red Knots Calidris canutus rufa in Uruguay: important sites, phenology, migratory connectivity and a mass mortality event. Wader Study 122(3): 221–235. doi: 10.18194/ws.00024

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2015AMOY InitiativePeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteSchulte, S. A., and T. R. Simons. 2015. Factors affecting the reproductive success of American Oystercatchers (Haematopus palliatus) on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Marine Ornithology 43:37–47.
2014Forest CarbonPeer-reviewedGunn, J., M. Ducey, and A. Whitman. 2014. Late-successional and old-growth forest carbon temporal dynamics in the Northern Forest (Northeastern USA). Forest Ecology and Management 312:40-46.
2014Forest Carbon Technical reportBeane, J. and A. Whitman. 2014. Are Forest Carbon Offset Projects Feasible for Land Trusts and Communities? Manomet, Brunswick, ME.

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2014Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2014. A User’s Manual for Farm-level Environmental Sustainability Indicators. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.
2014Climate Change Adaptation for Working LandscapesTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. and E. Wilkerson. 2014. Increasing the Resiliency of Forests in New England: A Weather-Wise Worksheet for Private Woodland Owners. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.

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2014Climate Change Adaptation for Working LandscapesTechnical reportWhitman, A.A., E. Wilkerson, and R. Wynne. 2014. Ecosystem Services and their values for urban forests in developed areas of Bath, Maine. SEP 2014-8. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.

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2014Climate Change Adaptation for Working LandscapesTechnical reportWhitman, A.A., E. Wilkerson, and R. Wynne. 2014. Increasing the Resiliency of Forests in New England: A Weather-Wise Worksheet for Land Trusts and Community Forests. Manomet, Brunswick, ME.

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2014Climate Change Adaptation for Working Landscapes Technical reportWilkerson, E. and A. Whitman. 2011. Allen-Whitney Memorial Forest: Climate Change Adaptation Plan. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Brunswick, ME.
2014reTURN the FavorTechnical reportFerguson, L., L. Chamberlin, K. Sellers, and M. Danihel (2014). reTURN the Favor Horseshoe Crab Rescue Project 2014 Season Summary Report.

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2014Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteGalbraith, H., D. W. DesRochers, S. Brown, and J. M. Reed. 2014. Predicting vulnerabilities of North American shorebirds to climate change. PLOS One 9:1-14.
2014Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteClay, R.P., Lesterhuis, A.J., Schulte, S., Brown, S., Reynoldes, D. & Simons, T.R. 2014. A global assessment of the conservation status of the American Oystercatcher Haematopus palliatus. International Wader Studies 20: 62–82
2013Forest CarbonPeer-reviewedDucey, M., J Gunn, and A. Whitman. 2013. Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forests in the Northeastern United States: Structure, Dynamics, and Prospects for Restoration. Forests 4: 1055-1086.

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2013Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for ME BiodiversityTechnical reportWhitman, A., A. Cutko, P. deMaynadier, S. Walker, B. Vickery, S. Stockwell, and R. Houston. 2013. Climate Change and Biodiversity in Maine: Vulnerability of Habitats and Priority Species. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (in collaboration with Maine Beginning with Habitat Climate Change Working Group) Report NCI-2013-03. 82 pp. Brunswick, Maine.

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2013Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2013. Suggested Climate Change Adaptation strategies for The Narrows WMA, Stands 1 and 5, Vermont, USA. NCI-2013-04. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Brunswick, ME.

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2013Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for ME BiodiversityTechnical reportWhitman, A.A., B. Vickery, P. deMaynadier, S. Stockwell, S. Walker, A. Cutko, and R. Houston. 2013. Climate Change and Biodiversity in Maine: A Climate Change Exposure Summary for Species and Key Habitats (Revised). Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (in collaboration with Maine Beginning with Habitat Climate Change Adaptation Working Group) Report NCI-2013-01. 37 pp. Brunswick, Maine.

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2013Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for ME BiodiversityTechnical reportWhitman, A.A., B. Vickery, P. deMaynadier, S. Stockwell, S. Walker, A. Cutko, and R. Houston. 2013. Survey results and final scores from a species vulnerability analysis for wildlife and plant species in Maine. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (in collaboration with Maine Beginning with Habitat Climate Change Adaptation Working Group) Report NCI-2013-4. Brunswick, Maine.
2013Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteBart, J., R.M. Platte, B. Andres, S. Brown, J.A. Johnson, and W. Larned. 2013. Importance of the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska for Aquatic Birds. Conservation Biology 27(6): 1304-1312.
2013Program for Regional and International Shorebird Monitoring (PRISM)Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteSaalfeld, S.T., R.B. Lanctot, S.C. Brown, D.T. Saalfeld, J.A. Johnson, B.A. Andres, and J.R. Bart. 2013. Predicting breeding shorebird distributions on the Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska. Ecosphere 4(1):1-17.
2012Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportGammon, S. et al. (including A. Whitman). 2012. Earth Smart Farming for the Future: Whole Farm Assessment. Androscoggin Valley Soil and Water Conservation District, Augusta, ME.

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2012Forest CarbonTechnical reportGunn, J., A. Whitman, and M. Ducey. 2012. Late-Successional and Old-Growth Forest Carbon Temporal Dynamics in the Northern Forest (Northeastern USA). A report for the USDA Forest Service Northeast States Research Cooperative Program. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Brunswick, ME. NCI-2012-06.
2012Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2012. A provisional Late-successional Index for central northern hardwoods. Natural Capital Science Note NCI-2012-04. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Brunswick, Maine.
2012Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteBrown, S. Priorities for Future Research. In American Oystercatcher Working Group, Erica Nol and Robert C. Humphrey, eds. 2012. American Oystercatcher (Haematopus palliatus), The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Retrieved from the Birds of North America

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2012Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteBrown, S., S. Kendall, A. Taylor, R. Churchwell, and A. Benson. 2012. Relative Shorebird Densities at Coastal Sites in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Waterbirds 35(4):546-554.
2012Program for Regional and International Shorebird Monitoring (PRISM)Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteAndres, B.A., P.A. Smith, R.I. Guy Morrison, C.L. Gratto-Trevor, S.C. Brown, and C.A. Friis. 2012. Population estimates of North American shorebirds, 2012. Wader Study Group Bulletin 119(3): 178-194.
2012Program for Regional and International Shorebird Monitoring (PRISM)Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteAndres, B., J. Johnson, S. Brown, and R. Lanctot. 2012. Shorebirds breed in unusually high densities in the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area, Alaska. Arctic 66(4): 411-420.
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2011Forest CarbonPeer-reviewedKeeton, W.S., A. A. Whitman, G.G. McGee, and C.L. Goodale. 2011. Late-successional biomass development in northern hardwood-conifer forests of the northeastern United States. Forest Science 57:489-505.

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2011Sustainable Agriculture Technical reportWhitman, A.A. 2011. The 2010 Massachusetts Dairy Promotion Board Dairy Farm Impact Survey: A synthesis of results. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Natural Capital Initiative, Manomet, MA. Report NCI-2011-2.

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2011Climate Change Adaptation for Working LandscapesTechnical reportWhitman, A.A. 2011. Adapting to Climate Change in Northern New England: Part 2 - Climate change impact assessments for seven landscapes (including vulnerability assessments). Conference: Developing Landscape Solutions for the Natural Resource Community, November 16, 2010, Freeport, Maine. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Natural Capital Initiative, Manomet, MA. Report NCI-2011-3b.
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2011Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteKendall, S., D. Payer, S. Brown, and R. Churchwell. 2011. Impacts of climate change and development on shorebirds of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In R. T. Watson, T.J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov (Eds.). Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.
2011Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteJukema, Joop, Oscar W. Johnson, Joaquin Aldabe, and Pablo Rocca. 2011. Wing and tail moult of American Golden-Plovers Pluvialis dominica on wintering grounds in Uruguay, with confirmation that juveniles replace all primaries during their first non-breeding season. Wader Study Group Bulletin 118(2):129-131.
2010AMOY InitiativePeer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteMartin, J., A. F. O’Connell, W. L. Kendall, M. C. Runge, T. R. Simons, A. H. Waldstein, S. A. Schulte, S. J. Converse, G. W. Smith, T. Pinion, M. Rikard, and E. F. Zipkin. 2010. Optimal control of native predators. Biological Conservation 143: 1751-1758. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2010.04.023
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2009Peer-reviewed/ formal comment or noteLiebezeit, J., S. Kendall, S. Brown, C. Johnson, P. Martin, T. McDonald, D. Payer, C. Rea, B. Streever, A. Wildman, and S. Zack. 2009. Influence of human development and predators on nest survival of tundra birds, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska. Ecological Applications 19(6): 1628-1644.