|The golden age of bio‐logging: How animal‐borne sensors are advancing the frontiers of ecology|
CC Wilmers, B Nickel, CM Bryce, JA Smith, RE Wheat, V Yovovich
Ecology 96 (7), 1741-1753, 2015
|Top carnivores increase their kill rates on prey as a response to human-induced fear|
JA Smith, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1802), 20142711, 2015
|Fear of the human ‘super predator’ reduces feeding time in large carnivores|
JA Smith, JP Suraci, M Clinchy, A Crawford, D Roberts, LY Zanette, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1857), 20170433, 2017
|Human activity reduces niche partitioning among three widespread mesocarnivores|
JA Smith, AC Thomas, T Levi, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
Oikos 127 (6), 890-901, 2018
|Spatial characteristics of residential development shift large carnivore prey habits|
JA Smith, Y Wang, CC Wilmers
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (6), 1040-1048, 2016
|Residential development alters behavior, movement, and energetics in an apex predator, the puma|
Y Wang, JA Smith, CC Wilmers
PloS one 12 (10), e0184687, 2017
|Scavenging in the Anthropocene: Human impact drives vertebrate scavenger species richness at a global scale|
E Sebastián‐González, JM Barbosa, JM Pérez‐García, Z Morales‐Reyes, ...
Global change biology 25 (9), 3005-3017, 2019
|The role of scent marking in mate selection by female pumas (Puma concolor)|
ML Allen, HU Wittmer, P Houghtaling, J Smith, LM Elbroch, CC Wilmers
PLoS One 10 (10), e0139087, 2015
|Patterns of Selective Caching Behavior of a Generalist Herbivore, the American Pika (Ochotona princeps)|
JA Smith, LP Erb
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 45 (3), 396-403, 2013
|Integrating temporal refugia into landscapes of fear: prey exploit predator downtimes to forage in risky places|
JA Smith, E Donadio, JN Pauli, MJ Sheriff, AD Middleton
Oecologia 189 (4), 883-890, 2019
|Moving through the matrix: promoting permeability for large carnivores in a human-dominated landscape|
JA Smith, TP Duane, CC Wilmers
Landscape and Urban Planning 183, 50-58, 2019
|A new Automated Behavioural Response system to integrate playback experiments into camera trap studies|
JP Suraci, M Clinchy, B Mugerwa, M Delsey, DW Macdonald, JA Smith, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (8), 957-964, 2017
|Network structure of vertebrate scavenger assemblages at the global scale: drivers and ecosystem functioning implications|
E Sebastián‐González, Z Morales‐Reyes, F Botella, L Naves‐Alegre, ...
Ecography 43 (8), 1143-1155, 2020
|Zooming in on mechanistic predator–prey ecology: Integrating camera traps with experimental methods to reveal the drivers of ecological interactions|
JA Smith, JP Suraci, JS Hunter, KM Gaynor, CB Keller, MS Palmer, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (9), 1997-2012, 2020
|Habitat complexity mediates the predator–prey space race|
JA Smith, E Donadio, JN Pauli, MJ Sheriff, OR Bidder, AD Middleton
Ecology 100 (7), e02724, 2019
|Humans, but not their dogs, displace pumas from their kills: An experimental approach|
JP Suraci, JA Smith, M Clinchy, LY Zanette, CC Wilmers
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
|An applied ecology of fear framework: linking theory to conservation practice|
KM Gaynor, MJ Cherry, SL Gilbert, MT Kohl, CL Larson, TM Newsome, ...
Animal Conservation, 2020
|Where and when to hunt? Decomposing predation success of an ambush carnivore|
JA Smith, E Donadio, OR Bidder, JN Pauli, MJ Sheriff, PL Perrig, ...
Ecology 101 (12), e03172, 2020
|The plasticity of ungulate migration in a changing world|
W Xu, K Barker, A Shawler, A Van Scoyoc, JA Smith, T Mueller, H Sawyer, ...
Ecology 102 (4), e03293, 2021
|Mismatch Between Risk and Response May Amplify Lethal and Non-lethal Effects of Humans on Wild Animal Populations|
JA Smith, KM Gaynor, JP Suraci
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 140, 2021