Susan J. Hannon, Ph.D.

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University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
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Drapeau P, Villard MA, Leduc A, et al. (2016) Natural disturbance regimes as templates for the response of bird species assemblages to contemporary forest management Diversity and Distributions
McKellar AE, Marra PP, Hannon SJ, et al. (2013) Winter rainfall predicts phenology in widely separated populations of a migrant songbird. Oecologia. 172: 595-605
Cooke HA, Hannon SJ. (2012) Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially-aggregated harvests Forest Ecology and Management. 269: 37-51
Dunn PO, Winkler DW, Whittingham LA, et al. (2011) A test of the mismatch hypothesis: How is timing of reproduction related to food abundance in an aerial insectivore? Ecology. 92: 450-61
Cooke HA, Hannon SJ. (2011) Do aggregated harvests with structural retention conserve the cavity web of old upland forest in the boreal plains? Forest Ecology and Management. 261: 662-674
Swift TL, Hannon SJ. (2010) Critical thresholds associated with habitat loss: a review of the concepts, evidence, and applications. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 85: 35-53
Churchill JL, Hannon SJ. (2010) Off-territory movement of male American Redstarts (Setophaga ruticilla) in a fragmented agricultural landscape is related to song rate, mating status and access to females Journal of Ornithology. 151: 33-44
Stephenson S, Hannon S, Proctor H. (2009) The function of feathers in tree swallow nests: Insulation or ectoparasite barrier? Condor. 111: 479-487
Hannon SJ, Wilson S, McCallum CA. (2009) Does cowbird parasitism increase predation risk to American redstart nests? Oikos. 118: 1035-1043
Thompson ID, Baker JA, Hannon SJ, et al. (2009) Forest birds and forest management in Ontario: Status, management, and policy Forestry Chronicle. 85: 245-257
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