Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

(21)  Valente, J.J., R.E. Bennett, C. Gómez, N.J. Bayly, R.A. Rice, P.P. Marra, T.B. Ryder, and T.S. Sillett. (2022). Land-sparing and

         land-sharing provide complementary benefits for conserving avian biodiversity in coffee-growing landscapes. Biological

         Conservation 270:109568.

 

(20)  Zitomer, R.A., J. Karr, M. Kerstens, L. Perry, K. Ruth, L. Adrean, S. Austin, J. Cornelius, J. Dachenhaus, J. Dinkins, A. Harrington, H.

         Kim, T. Owens, C. Revekant, V. Schroeder, C. Sink. J.J. Valente, E. Woodis, and J.W. Rivers. (2022). Ten simple rules for getting

         started with statistics in graduate school. PLoS Computational Biology 18:e1010033.

(19)  McCune, K.B., J.J. Valente, P. Jablonski, S. Lee, and R.R. Ha. (2022). Social behavior mediates the use of social and personal

         information in wild jays. Scientific Reports 12:2494.

(18) Rushing, C.S., T.B. Ryder, J.J. Valente, T.S. Sillet, and P.P. Marra (2021). Empirical tests of habitat selection theory reveal that

         conspecific density and patch quality, but not patch size, drive long-distance immigration in a wild bird. Ecology Letters 24:1167-1177.

 

(17) Betts, M.G., A. Hadley, D. Frey, S. Frey, D. Gannon, S. Harris, H. Kim, K. Leimberger, K. Moriarty, J. Northrup, B. Phalan, J. Rousseau,

         T. Stokely, J.J. Valente, and D. Zarrate-Charry. (2021). When are hypotheses useful in ecology and evolution? Ecology and Evolution

         11:5762-5776.

(16) Valente, J.J., C.L. LeGrande-Rolls, J.W. Rivers, A.M. Tucker, R.A. Fischer, and M.G. Betts (2021). Conspecific attraction for

         conservation and management of terrestrial breeding birds: current knowledge and future research directions. Ornithological

         Applications 123:duab007.

(15) Valente, J.J., S.K. Nelson, J.W. Rivers, D.D. Roby, and M.G. Betts (2021). Experimental evidence that social information affects

         habitat selection in Marbled Murrelets. Ornithology 138:ukaa086.

(14) Betts, M.G., C. Wolf, M. Pfeifer, C. Banks-Leite, V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, J. Barlow, D.B. Ribeiro, F. Eigenbrod, R.J. Fletcher, A.S. Hadley,

         J.E. Hawes, R.D. Holt, B. Klingbeil, U. Kormann, L. Lens, T. Levi, D. Mezger, J.C. Morante-Filho, D. Orme, C.A. Peres, B.T. Phalan, A.

         Pidgeon, G.F.M. Rangel, W.J. Ripple, E. Slade, E. Somarriba, J. Tobias, J. Tylianakis, J.N. Urbina-Cardona, J.J. Valente, J.I. Watling,

         K. Wells, O.R. Wearn, E. Wood, R. Young, and R.M. Ewers. (2019). Extinction filters mediate the global effects of fragmentation. Science

         366:1236-1239.

(13) Valente, J.J., K.B. McCune, R.A. Tamulonis, E.S. Neipert, and R.A. Fischer. (2019). Removal pattern mitigates negative, short-term

         effects of stepwise Russian olive eradication on breeding birds. Ecosphere 10:e02756.

(12) Valente, J.J., R.A. Fischer, T.B. Ryder, and M.G. Betts. (2019). Forest fragmentation affects step choices, but not homing paths of

         fragmentation-sensitive birds in multiple behavioral states. Landscape Ecology 34:373-388.

(11) Valente, J.J., and M.G. Betts. (2019). Response to fragmentation by avian communities is mediated by species traits. Diversity and

         Distributions 25:48-60.

(10) Valente, J.J., R.A. Hutchinson, and M.G. Betts. (2017). Distinguishing distribution dynamics from temporary emigration with dynamic

         occupancy models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8:1707-1716.

(9)   Kormann, U., C. Scherber, T. Tscharntke, N. Klein, M. Larbig, J.J. Valente, A.S. Hadley and M.G. Betts. (2016). Corridors restore

         animal-mediated pollination in fragmented tropical forest landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283:20152347.

 

(8)   Hutchinson, R.A., J.J. Valente, S.C. Emerson, M.G. Betts, and T.G. Dietterich. (2015). Penalized likelihood methods improve

         parameter estimates in occupancy models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:949-959.

(7)   Fischer, R.A., J.J. Valente, and M.P. Guilfoyle. (2015). Spring migrant use of native and saltcedar-dominated riparian areas along the

         lower Colorado River in Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 60:6-14.

(6)   Valente, J.J., C.L. LeGrande, V.M. Johnson, and R.A. Fischer. (2014). A method for improving the reliability of sound broadcast

         systems used in ecological research and management. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:827-830.

(5)   Valente, J.J., S.L. King, and R.R. Wilson. (2012). Summer use of rice fields by secretive marsh birds in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley of

         northeast Louisiana. Southeastern Naturalist 11:423-436.

(4)   Fischer, R.A., S.A. Gauthreaux, Jr., J.J. Valente, M.P. Guilfoyle, and M.D. Kaller. (2012). Comparing transect survey and WSR-88D

         radar methods for monitoring daily changes in stopover migrant communities. Journal of Field Ornithology 83:61-72.

(3)   Fischer, R.A., J.J. Valente, M.P. Guilfoyle, M.D. Kaller, S.S. Jackson, and J.T. Ratti. (2012). Bird community response to vegetation

         cover and composition in riparian habitats dominated by Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia). Northwest Science 86:39-52.

(2)   Valente, J.J., S.L. King, and R.R. Wilson. (2011). Distribution and habitat associations of breeding secretive marsh birds in Louisiana’s

         Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 31:1-10.

(1)   Nowlin, W.H., M.J. González, M.J. Vanni, M.H.H. Stevens, M.W. Fields, and J.J. Valente. (2007). Allocthonous subsidy of periodical

        cicadas affects the dynamics and stability of pond communities. Ecology 88:2174-2186.