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Mueller, J. M., S. E. Sensie, S. E. Lehnen, H. T. Davis, J. J. Giocomo, J. N. Macey, and A. M. Long. 2022. Multi-scale species density model for conserving an endangered songbird. Journal of Wildlife Management: In press.


Anderson, A. N., A. M. Long, J. A. LaCour, A. M. Bresnan, J. D. Bushaw, A. P. Gerrits, J. D. Hunt, D. J. Moscicki, N. M. Raginski, B. Stafford, E. E. Ulrey, and C. J. Randel III. 2021. Seroprevalence of leptospirosis among select mammals on a wildlife management area in Louisiana. Journal of Wildlife Diseases: In press.


Smarsh, G. C., A. M. Long, and M. Smotherman. 2021. Singing is a territorial behavior linked to individual variation in space use in foraging heart-nosed bats. Ecology and Evolution: In press. 


Long, A. M., M. R. Colón, M. L. Morrison, and H. A. Mathewson. 2021. Demonstration of a multi-species, multi-response state-and-transition model approach for wildlife management. Ecosphere: In press.


Long, A. M., H. A. Mathewson, and M. L. Morrison. 2021. The influence of geographic variation in vegetation characteristics on habitat use and productivity of an endangered warbler. Forest Ecology and Management 482:118857.


Long, A. M., B. L. Pierce, A. D. Anderson, K. L. Skow, L. A. Smith, and R. R. Lopez. 2019. Integrating citizen science and remotely sensed data to help inform time-sensitive policy decisions for species of conservation concern. Biological Conservation 237:463–469.


Colón, M. R., M. R. Hutchinson, A. M. Long, G. Voelker, and M. L. Morrison. 2019. Post-breeding habitat use by golden-cheeked warblers (Setophaga chrysoparia). Western North American Naturalist 79:TBD.


Martinez, M. T., A. M. Long, M. L. Morrison, and H. A. Mathewson. 2019. Broad-scale habitat use by fledgling black-capped vireos. Avian Conservation and Ecology 14:5.


Davis, H. T., A. M. Long, J. A. Baumgardt, T. A. Campbell, and M. L. Morrison. 2018. Factors affecting nest success and predator assemblage of breeding birds in semiarid grasslands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. Early access:


Colón, M. R., and A. M. Long. 2018. Strike hazard posed by columbids to military aircraft: a case study. Human-wildlife Interactions 12:198–211.


Davis, H. T., A. M. Long, T. A. Campbell, and M. L. Morrison. 2018. Nest defense behavior of greater roadrunners (Geococcyx californianus) in south Texas. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:788–793.


Pruett, H. L., A. M. Long, H. A. Mathewson, and M. L. Morrison. 2017. Does age structure influence golden-cheeked warbler responses across areas of high and low density? Western North American Naturalist 77:379–389.


Long, A. M., M. R. Colón, J. L. Bosman, D. H. Robinson, H. L. Pruett, T. M. McFarland, H. A. Mathewson, J. M. Szewczak, J. C. Newnam, and M. L. Morrison. 2017. Using a BACI study design to understand the potential impacts of highway construction noise and activity on an endangered songbird. Ecology and Evolution 7:379–389.


Long, A. M., M. R. Colón, J. L. Bosman, T. M. McFarland, A. Locatelli, L. Stewart, H. A. Mathewson, J. C. Newnam, and M. L. Morrison. 2017. Research update: impact of road construction noise on golden-cheeked warblers. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:240–248.


Colón, M. R., A. M. Long, and M. L. Morrison. 2017. Responses of an endangered songbird to an extreme drought. Southeastern Naturalist 16:195–214.


Long, A. M., M. E. Marshall, S. L. Farrell, K. Brian Hays, and M. L. Morrison. 2017. Responses of a federally endangered warbler to understory thinning in oak-juniper woodland. Environmental Management 59:648–692.


Smith-Hicks, K. N., J. C. Newnam, M. R. Colón, A. M. Long, and M. L. Morrison. 2016. Golden-cheeked warbler behavior in relation to vegetation characteristics across their breeding range. American Midland Naturalist 176:81–94.


Long, A. M., J. C. Newnam, M. R. Colón, K. N. Smith-Hicks, and M. L. Morrison. Vegetation characteristics of golden- cheeked warbler nests in central Texas. Southeastern Naturalist 15:153–161.


Long, A. M., H. A. Mathewson, D. H. Robinson, and M. L. Morrison. Description of black-capped vireo breeding habitat in northcentral Texas. Western Birds 46:256–260.


Long, A. M., W. E. Jensen, and R. S. Matlack. 2014. Influence of prescribed burning on bird abundance and community structure in the southwestern Great Plains. Western North American Naturalist 74:396–404.


Long, A. M., D. S. Finn, J. A. Grzybowski, M. L. Morrison, and H. A. Mathewson. 2014. First documented observation of the federally endangered golden-cheeked warbler in Oklahoma. Bulletin of Oklahoma Ornithological Society 49:9–13.


Collier, B. A., S. L. Farrell, A. M. Long, A. Campomizzi, K. Hays, J. Laake, M. L. Morrison, and R. Wilkins. 2013. Modeling spatially explicit densities of endangered avian species in a heterogenous landscape. Auk 130:666–676.


Farrell, S. L., B. A. Collier, K. L. Skow, A. M. Long, A. J. Campomizzi, M. L. Morrison, B. Hays, and R. N. Wilkins. 2013. Using LiDAR derived structural vegetation characteristics to develop high-resolution, small-scale, species distribution models for conservation planning. Ecosphere 4:42.


Tsakiris, E. T., M. D. Jacobson, A. M. Long, and W. E. Jensen. 2013. Abundance and diversity of arthropods in nests of lark sparrows (Chondestes grammacus). Southwestern Naturalist 58:113–117.


Marshall, M. E., A. M. Long, S. L. Farrell, H. A. Mathewson, M. L. Morrison, C. Newnam, and R. N. Wilkins. 2012. Using impact assessment study designs for addressing impacts to species of conservation concern. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:450–456.

Long, A. M., W. E. Jensen, and R. S. Matlack. 2012. Effects of prescribed burning on mourning dove and lark sparrow nest survival in southern shortgrass prairie. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:899–806.


Jacobson, M. D., E. T. Tsakiris, A. M. Long, and W. E. Jensen. 2011. No evidence for observer effects on Lark Sparrow nest survival. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:184–192.

Long, A. M. 2011. Orientation of sap wells excavated by yellow-bellied sapsuckers. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:164–167.


Long, A. M., W. E. Jensen, and K. A. With. 2010. Orientation of grasshopper sparrow and eastern meadowlark nests in relation to wind direction. Condor 111:395–399.

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