Amanda M. Hale, Ph.D.

University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
"Amanda Hale"
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William A. Searcy grad student 2004 University of Miami
 (Behavioral ecology and conservation of a neotropical wood-quail, Odontophorus leucolaemus.)


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Jennifer Korstian grad student (Evolution Tree)
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Huzzen BE, Hale AM, Bennett VJ. (2020) An effective survey method for studying volant species activity and behavior at tall structures. Peerj. 8: e8438
Williams DA, Rains ND, Hale AM. (2019) Population genetic structure of Texas horned lizards: implications for reintroduction and captive breeding. Peerj. 7: e7746
Foo CF, Bennett VJ, Hale AM, et al. (2017) Increasing evidence that bats actively forage at wind turbines. Peerj. 5: e3985
Korstian JM, Chumchal MM, Bennett VJ, et al. (2017) MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN BATS FROM THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Korstian JM, Hale AM, Williams DA. (2015) Genetic Diversity, Historic Population Size, and Population Structure in 2 North American Tree Bats Journal of Mammalogy. 96: 972-980
Korstian JM, Schildt AJ, Bennett VJ, et al. (2015) A method for PCR-based identification of bat species from fecal samples Conservation Genetics Resources. 7: 803-806
Horner JD, Hodcroft EB, Hale AM, et al. (2014) Clonality, genetic variation, and the origin of isolated western populations of the carnivorous plant, Sarracenia alata Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 141: 326-337
Bennett VJ, Hale AM, Karsten KB, et al. (2014) Effect of Wind Turbine Proximity on Nesting Success in Shrub-nesting Birds American Midland Naturalist. 172: 317-328
Hale AM, Hatchett ES, Meyer JA, et al. (2014) No evidence of displacement due to wind turbines in breeding grassland songbirds Condor. 116: 472-482
Bennett VJ, Hale AM. (2014) Red aviation lights on wind turbines do not increase bat-turbine collisions Animal Conservation. 17: 354-358
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