J. Edward Gates
J. Edward Gates
Professor of Wildlife Ecology, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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Avian nest dispersion and fledging success in field‐forest ecotones
JE Gates, LW Gysel
Ecology 59 (5), 871-883, 1978
Effects of interstate highway fencing on white-tailed deer activity
GA Feldhamer, JE Gates, DM Harman, AJ Loranger, KR Dixon
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 497-503, 1986
Avian habitat suitability along a transmission-line corridor in an oak-hickory forest region
GG Chasko, JE Gates
Wildlife Monographs, 3-41, 1982
Metagenomic analysis of the viromes of three North American bat species: viral diversity among different bat species that share a common habitat
EF Donaldson, AN Haskew, JE Gates, J Huynh, CJ Moore, MB Frieman
Journal of virology 84 (24), 13004-13018, 2010
Spatial ecology of black rat snakes on Remington Farms, Maryland
GM Durner, JE Gates
The Journal of wildlife management, 812-826, 1993
Evidence supporting a zoonotic origin of human coronavirus strain NL63
J Huynh, S Li, B Yount, A Smith, L Sturges, JC Olsen, J Nagel, ...
Journal of virology 86 (23), 12816-12825, 2012
Home Range and Microhabitat Partitioning of the Southern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys volans)
PR Bendel, JE Gates
Journal of Mammalogy 68 (2), 243-255, 1987
Response of Herpetofaunal Communities to Forest Cutting and Burning at Chesapeake Farms, Maryland1
RF McLeod, JE Gates
The American Midland Naturalist 139 (1), 164-177, 1998
Neotropical migrant birds and edge effects at a forest-stream ecotone
JE Gates, NR Giffen
The Wilson Bulletin, 204-217, 1991
Distribution and activity of bats at local and landscape scales within a rural–urban gradient
JB Johnson, JE Gates, WM Ford
Urban Ecosystems 11 (2), 227, 2008
Cowbirds breeding in the central Appalachians: spatial and temporal patterns and habitat selection
JE Gates, DR Evans
Ecological Applications 8 (1), 27-40, 1998
Fox and gray squirrels
V Flyger, JE Gates
Wild mammals of North America: biology, management, and economics, JA …, 1982
Bird population patterns in forest edge and strip vegetation at Remington Farms, Maryland
KA Morgan, JE Gates
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 933-944, 1982
Winter habitat selection by north temperate cave bats
RL Raesly, JE Gates
American Midland Naturalist, 15-31, 1987
Influence of wetland networks on bat activity in mixed-use landscapes
TR Lookingbill, AJ Elmore, KAM Engelhardt, JB Churchill, JE Gates, ...
Biological Conservation 143 (4), 974-983, 2010
Habitat characteristics, population size, and home range of the bog turtle, Clemmys muhlenbergii, in Maryland
JD Chase, KR Dixon, JE Gates, D Jacobs, GJ Taylor
Journal of Herpetology, 356-362, 1989
Roost tree selection by northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies following prescribed fire in a Central Appalachian Mountains hardwood forest
JB Johnson, JW Edwards, WM Ford, JE Gates
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (3), 233-242, 2009
Habitat use by the southern flying squirrel at a hemlock-northern hardwood ecotone
RM Gilmore, JE Gates
The Journal of wildlife management, 703-710, 1985
Cowbird selection of breeding areas: the role of habitat and bird species abundance
DR Evans, JE Gates
The Wilson Bulletin, 470-480, 1997
Food habits of cave-dwelling bats in the central Appalachians
LA Griffith, JE Gates
Journal of Mammalogy 66 (3), 451-460, 1985
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