Yegorova, S., Betts, M.G., Hagar, J., and Puettmann, K.J. 2013. Bird-vegetation associations in thinned and unthinned young Douglas-fir forests 10 years after thinning. Forest Ecology and Management. In Press. PDF

Betts, M.G., Verschuyl, J., Stokely, T., Giovaninni, J. and Kroll, A.J. 2013. Initial effects of herbicides on bird abundance in plantation forests. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 1036-1044. 

Cahall, B., Hayes, J.P., and Betts, M.G. 2013. Will they come? Long-term response by forest birds to experimental thinning supports the “Field of Dreams” hypothesis. Forest Ecology and Management 304: 137-149. 

Jones, J., Kroll, A.J., Giovanini, J., Duke, S.D., Ellis, T.M., and Betts, M.G. 2012. Avian species richness in relation to forest management practices in early seral tree plantations. PLoS One 7: e43290. | PDF

Rivers, J.W., Liebl, A.L., Martin, L.B., and Betts, M.G. In Press. Baseline corticosterone is positively related to juvenile survival in a migrant passerine bird. Functional EcologyPDF

Ellis, T.M., Kroll, A.J. and Betts, M.G., 2012. Early seral hardwood vegetation increases adult and fledgling bird abundance in Douglas-fir plantations of the Oregon Coast Range. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 4: 918–933. PDF

Jones, J., Kroll, A.J., Giovanini, J., Duke, S.D., and Betts, M.G. 2011. Estimating occupancy thresholds with imperfect species detection. Ecology 92: 2299-2309. PDF

Ellis, T. and Betts, M.G. 2011. Bird abundance and diversity across a hardwood gradient within early seral plantation forest. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1372-1381. PDF

Rivers, J.W., Martin, L.B., Liebl, A.L. and Betts, M.G. 2011. Parental alarm calls of the white-crowned sparrow fail to stimulate corticosterone production of their nest-bound offspring. Ethology 117: 374-384. PDF

Betts, M.G., Hagar, J., Rivers, J. Alexander, J. McGarigal, K. and McComb, B.C. 2010. Thresholds in songbird occurrence in relation to early seral broadleaf forest. Ecological Applications 20: 2116-2130. PDF

Wuest, L, and Betts, M.G. 2010. Quantitative tracking of the vegetative integrity and distinctness of forested ecological communities: A case study of plantation impacts. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 330-346. PDF

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