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J R Walters
J R Walters
Department of Biological Sciences, Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu
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Ecological, evolutionary, and conservation implications of incubation temperature‐dependent phenotypes in birds
SE DuRant, WA Hopkins, GR Hepp, JR Walters
Biological Reviews 88 (2), 499-509, 2013
2872013
The cooperative breeding system of the red‐cockaded woodpecker
JR Walters, PD Doerr, JH Carter Iii
Ethology 78 (4), 275-305, 1988
2731988
Red-cockaded woodpeckers: a ‘primitive’cooperative breeder
JR Walters
Cooperative breeding in birds: long-term studies of ecology and behavior …, 1990
2711990
The determination of clutch size in precocial birds
DW Winkler, JR Walters
Current ornithology, 33-68, 1983
2481983
Application of ecological principles to the management of endangered species: the case of the red-cockaded woodpecker
JR Walters
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 22 (1), 505-523, 1991
2201991
The red-cockaded woodpecker: surviving in a fire-maintained ecosystem
R Conner, DC Rudolph, JR Walters
University of Texas Press, 2001
2062001
Interventions and the development of dominance relationships in female baboons
J Walters
Folia primatologica 34 (1-2), 61-89, 1980
2011980
Test of the ecological basis of cooperative breeding in red-cockaded woodpeckers
JR Walters, CK Copeyon, JH Carter Iii
The Auk 109 (1), 90-97, 1992
2001992
Status of the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) and Efforts to Achieve Its Recovery
JR Walters, SR Derrickson, D Michael Fry, SM Haig, JM Marzluff, ...
The Auk 127 (4), 969-1001, 2010
1902010
An individual-based, spatially-explicit simulation model of the population dynamics of the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, Picoides borealis
BH Letcher, JA Priddy, JR Walters, LB Crowder
Biological Conservation 86 (1), 1-14, 1998
1881998
Inbreeding depression and its effects on natal dispersal in red-cockaded woodpeckers
SJ Daniels, JR Walters
The Condor 102 (3), 482-491, 2000
1752000
Human immunodeficiency virus–associated pericardial effusion: report of 40 cases and review of the literature
Y Chen, D Brennessel, J Walters, M Johnson, F Rosner, M Raza
American heart journal 137 (3), 516-521, 1999
1711999
Experimental evidence of disrupted dispersal causing decline of an Australian passerine in fragmented habitat
CB Cooper, JR Walters
Conservation Biology 16 (2), 471-478, 2002
1622002
Evaluating management alternatives for red-cockaded woodpeckers: a modeling approach
SS Heppell, JR Walters, LB Crowder
The Journal of wildlife management, 479-487, 1994
1481994
Social and environmental factors affect natal dispersal and philopatry of male red‐cockaded woodpeckers
G Pasinelli, JR Walters
Ecology 83 (8), 2229-2239, 2002
1282002
Extinction debt or habitat change?–Ongoing losses of woodland birds in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia
HA Ford, JR Walters, CB Cooper, SJS Debus, VAJ Doerr
Biological Conservation 142 (12), 3182-3190, 2009
1232009
Defining quality of red-cockaded woodpecker foraging habitat based on habitat use and fitness
JR Walters, SJ Daniels, JH Carter III, PD Doerr
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 1064-1082, 2002
1172002
Delayed dispersal and reproduction as a life-history tactic in cooperative breeders: fitness calculations from red-cockaded woodpeckers
JR Walters, PD Doerr, JH Carter III
The American Naturalist 139 (3), 623-643, 1992
1161992
Genetic and environmental influences on natal dispersal distance in a resident bird species
G Pasinelli, K Schiegg, JR Walters
The American Naturalist 164 (5), 660-669, 2004
1152004
Induction of red-cockaded woodpecker group formation by artificial cavity construction
CK Copeyon, JR Walters, JH Carter III
The Journal of wildlife management, 549-556, 1991
1111991
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