|Divorce in common murres (Uria aalge): relationship to parental quality|
AT Moody, SI Wilhelm, ML Cameron-MacMillan, CJ Walsh, AE Storey
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57 (3), 224-230, 2005
|Predicted changes in climatic niche and climate refugia of conservation priority salamander species in the northeastern United States|
W Sutton, K Barrett, A Moody, C Loftin, P deMaynadier, P Nanjappa
Forests 6 (1), 1-26, 2015
|Pet Project or Best Project? Online Decision Support Tools for Prioritizing Barrier Removals in the Great Lakes and Beyond|
AT Moody, TM Neeson, S Wangen, J Dischler, MW Diebel, A Milt, ...
Fisheries 42 (1), 57-65, 2017
|High-arctic seabird trophic variation revealed through long-term isotopic monitoring|
AT Moody, KA Hobson, AJ Gaston
Journal of Ornithology 153 (4), 1067-1078, 2012
|Alcid winter diet in the northwest Atlantic determined by stable isotope analysis|
AT Moody, KA Hobson
Marine Ornithology 35, 39-46, 2007
|Conserving rare species can have high opportunity costs for common species|
TM Neeson, PJ Doran, MC Ferris, KB Fitzpatrick, M Herbert, M Khoury, ...
Global change biology, 2018
|Minimizing opportunity costs to aquatic connectivity restoration while controlling an invasive species|
AW Milt, MW Diebel, PJ Doran, MC Ferris, M Herbert, ML Khoury, ...
Conservation Biology, 2018
|Local‐scale Benefits of River Connectivity Restoration Planning Beyond Jurisdictional Boundaries|
AW Milt, PJ Doran, MC Ferris, AT Moody, TM Neeson, PB McIntyre
River Research and Applications 33 (5), 788-795, 2017
|Aging infrastructure creates opportunities for cost-efficient restoration of aquatic ecosystem connectivity|
TM Neeson, AT Moody, JR O’Hanley, M Diebel, P Doran, M Ferris, ...
Ecological Applications, 2018
|Incorporating Expert Knowledge in Decision-Support Models for Avian Conservation|
AT Moody, JB Grand
Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology, 109-129, 2012
|An analysis of arctic seabird trophic levels and foraging locations using stable isotopes|
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 2007
|A comparison of approaches for prioritizing removal and repair of barriers to stream connectivity|
SK McKay, EH Martin, PB McIntyre, AW Milt, AT Moody, TM Neeson
River Research and Applications 36 (8), 1754-1761, 2020
|The Unnatural History of Fish Migrations in the Laurentian Great Lakes, and Needs for Strategic Restoration|
P McIntyre, S David, AH Moerke, E Childress, T Neeson, A Moody, ...
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
|Aging infrastructure creates opportunities for cost-sharing and collaboration to boost conservation outcomes and infrastructure resilience|
TM Neeson, A Moody, J O'Hanley, M Diebel, P Doran, M Ferris, T Colling, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2018
|Unpacking large-scale optimization of barrier removal to benefit small-scale decision makers and Great Lakes migratory fishes|
AT Moody, TM Neeson, AW Milt, MW Diebel, M Ferris, J O'Hanley, ...
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
|Prioritizing barrier removals in Great Lakes tributaries: Balancing tradeoffs between native and invasive fish species|
JR O'Hanley, T Neeson, A Moody, M Guyette, M Diebel, M Herbert, ...
|Session C1: Prioritizing Barrier Removals in Great Lakes Tributaries: Balancing Tradeoffs Between Native and Invasive Fish Species|
J O'Hanley, T Neeson, A Moody, M Guyette, M Diebel, M Herbert, ...
|Designing landscapes for bird conservation in the Southeastern United States|
Auburn University, 2012
|COS 111-4: Designing landscapes for sustainable bird populations in the Southeastern United States|
AT Moody, JB Grand, J Collazo, T Jones, C Watson
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
|WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: USING TOMORROW'S LANDSCAPE TO INFORM TODAY'S DECISIONS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL ASSESSMENT PROJECT|
JB GRAND, JA COLLAZO, AJ TERANDO, SG WILLIAMS, AT MOODY, ...
The 3rd USGS Modeling Conference, 2010