Benjamin Zuckerberg

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Associate Professor

226 Russell Labs
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 263-0853
Fax: (608) 262-9922
Email: bzuckerberg@wisc.edu

Education/Experience

Expertise

Modern climate change and habitat loss

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Degree Institution Major Field Granted
BS Connecticut College Zoology 1998
MS University of Massachusetts-Amherst Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation 2002
Ph.D State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Ecology 2008

Professional Affiliations

Adjunct Assistant Professor; Michigan State University
Affiliate; Center for Climate Research (UW-Madison)
Member; Wisconsin Initiative for Climate Change Impacts (WICCI)
Co-Chair; Wisconsin Initiative for Climate Change Impacts (WICCI) Wildlife Research Working Group

Research

Courses Taught

FWE/ZOO 660 Climate Change Ecology – The evidence that the Earth’s climate is changing at unprecedented rates is now overwhelming. Environmental tipping points are being crossed and many species are adapting or failing to adapt. Climate change poses a significant problem for conserving and managing wildlife and their habitats. In this class, students will be introduced to climate change and its ecological impacts through engaging class discussions, online climate exercises, and group projects aimed at developing climate change adaptation plans. 

Publications

Publications

A list of his publications on Google Scholar can be found here.

Please note that underlined authors are either current or former lab members.

2021

Townsend, P.A., J.D.J. Clare, N. Liu, J.L. Stenglein, C.M. Anhalt-Depies, T.R. Van Deelen, N.A. Gilbert, A. Singh, K.J. Martin, and B. Zuckerberg. In press. Snapshot Wisconsin: networking community scientists and remote sensing to improve ecological monitoring and management. Ecological Applications. Link

Sultaire, S.M., J. M. Humphreys, B. Zuckerberg, J. N. Pauli, G. J. Roloff. In press. Spatial variation in occurrence-climate relationships for a snow-adapted species along a discontinuous southern range boundary. Journal of Biogeography

Gilbert, N.A., B.S. Pease, C.M. Anhalt-Depies, J.D.J. Clare, J.L. Stenglein, P.A. Townsend, T.R. Van Deelen, and B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Integrating harvest and camera trap data in species distribution models. Biological Conservation 258:109147. Link

Cohen, J., Fink, D., and Zuckerberg, B. 2021. Extreme winter weather disrupts bird occurrence and abundance patterns at geographic scales. Ecography 44(8): 1143-1155. Link

Gudex-Cross, D., S. R. Keyser, B Zuckerberg, D. Fink, L. Zhu, J. N. Pauli, and V. C. Radeloff. 2021. Winter Habitat Indices (WHIs) for the contiguous US and their relationship with winter bird diversity. Remote Sensing of Environment 255:112309 Link

Liu, N., M. Garcia, A. Singh, J.D.J. Clare, J. L. Stenglein, B. Zuckerberg, E. L. Kruger and P.A. Townsend. 2021. Trail camera networks provide insights into satellite-derived phenology for ecological studies. International Journal of Applied Earth Observations and Geoinformation 97:102291 Link

Clare, J.D.J., P. A. Townsend, and B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Generalized model-based solutions to false positive error in species detection/non-detection data. Ecology 102(2): e03241. Link

Garcia, M., B. Zuckerberg, J. M. LaMontagne, and P. A. Townsend. 2021. Landsat-based detection of mast events in white spruce (Picea glauca) forests. Remote Sensing of Environment 254: 112278. Link

Thompson, K.L., B. Zuckerberg, W.P. Porter, and J.N. Pauli. 2021. The decline of a hidden and expansive microhabitat: the subnivium. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19(5): 268-273. Link

Latimer, C.E. and B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Habitat loss and thermal tolerances influence the sensitivity of resident bird populations to winter weather at regional scales. Journal of Animal Ecology 9(2): 317-329. Link Featured in a special issue on Citizen Science 

Gilbert, N.A., J. D. Clare, J. L. Stenglein, and B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Abundance estimation of unmarked animals based on camera trap data. Conservation Biology 35(1): 88-100 Link

2020

Zuckerberg, B., C. Strong, J. M. LaMontagne, S. St. George, J. L. Betancourt and W. D. Koenig. 2020. Climate dipoles as continental drivers of plant and animal populations. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 35 (5), 440-453. Link. Featured on issue cover.

LeDee, O. E., S.D. Handler, and C.L. Hoving, C. W. Swanston, and B. Zuckerberg. 2021. Preparing Wildlife for Climate Change: How Far Have We Come? Journal of Wildlife Management 85(1): 7-16. Link

Hardy, M.A., M.S. Broadway, C.D. Pollentier, J.D. Riddle, S.D. Hull, and B. Zuckerberg. 2020. Responses to land cover and grassland management vary across life-history stages for a grassland specialist.  Ecology and Evolution, 10(23): 12777-12791. Link

Fitzpatrick, M.J., W. P. Porter, J. N. Pauli, M. R. Kearney, M. Notaro, and B. Zuckerberg. 2020. Future winters present a complex energetic landscape of decreased costs and reduced risk for a freeze-tolerant amphibian, the Wood Frog (Lithobates sylvaticus). Global Change Biology, 26(11): 6350-6362. Link

Wilson, E.C.,  B. Zuckerberg, M. Z. Peery, and J. N. Pauli. 2020. The past, present and future impacts of climate and land use change on snowshoe hares along their southern range boundary. Biological Conservation, 249:108731. Link

Zuckerberg, B., J. M. Cohen, L. A. Nunes, J. Bernath-Plaisted, J. D.J. Clare, N. A. Gilbert, S. S. Kozidis, S. B. Maresh Nelson, A. A. Shipley, K. L. Thompson, and A. Desrochers. 2020. A review of overlapping landscapes: pseudoreplication or a red herring in landscape ecology? Current Landscape Ecology Reports, 5(4):1-9. Link.

Shipley, A.A., J. Cruz, and B. Zuckerberg. 2020. Personality differences in the selection of dynamic refugia have demographic consequences for a winter-adapted bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 287: 20200609. Link

Cohen, J., D. Fink, D., B. Zuckerberg. 2020. Avian responses to extreme weather across functional traits and temporal scales. Global Change Biology, 26 (8), 4240-4250. Link.

2019

Black-capped chickadee
Black-capped chickadees are impacted by extreme cold

Roy, C., N. Michel, C. Handel, S. V. Wilgenburg, J. Burkhalter, K. Gurney, D. Messmer, K. Princé, C. Rushing, J. Saracco, R. Schuster, A. Smith, P. Smith, P. Sólymos, L. Venier, and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. Monitoring boreal avian populations: how can we estimate trends and trajectories from noisy data? Avian Conservation and Ecology, 14(2), 8. Link

Anhalt-Depies, C., J. L. Stenglein, B. Zuckerberg, P. M. Townsend, and A. R. Rissman. 2019. Tradeoffs and tools for data quality, privacy, transparency, and trust in citizen science. Biological Conservation 3238: 108195. Link

Latimer, C.E. and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. How extreme is extreme? Demographic approaches inform the occurrence and ecological relevance of extreme events. Ecological Monographs, e01385. Link

Fitzpatrick, M.J., B. Zuckerberg, J. N. Pauli, M. R. Kearney, K. L. Thompson, L. C. Werner II, W. P. Porter. 2019. Modeling the distribution of niche space and risk for a freeze-tolerant ectotherm, Lithobates sylvaticus. Ecosphere, 10(7):e02788. Link

Locke C.M., C. M. Anhalt‐Depies, S. Frett , J. L. Stenglein, S. Cameron, V. Malleshappa, T. Peltier, B. Zuckerberg, and P. A. Townsend. 2019. Managing a large citizen science project to monitor wildlife. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 43: 4-10. Link

Marra, P. P., B. Zuckerberg, and C. Both. 2019. Fitting the lens of climate change on bird conservation in the 21st century. In: Effects of Climate Change on Birds. Second Edition. Edited by Peter O. Dunn and Anders Pape Møller: Oxford University Press. Link

Jarzyna MA, VL Atkin Dahm, B Zuckerberg, and WF Porter. 2019. Consequences of climate change for wildlife. Pages 63-80 in International wildlife management: Contemporary challenges in a changing world. Editors, Koprowski, JL and PR Krausman. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Clare, J.D.J., P.A. Townsend, C. Anhalt-Depies, C. Locke, J. L. Stenglein, S. Frett, K. J. Martin, A. Singh, T. R. Van Deelen, and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. Making inference with messy (citizen science) data: when are data accurate enough and how can they be improved? Ecological Applications 29(2): e01849. Link

Fletcher, R.J., Jr. T. Hefley, E.P. Robertson, B. Zuckerberg, R.A. McCleery, and R.M. Dorazio. 2019. A practical guide for combining data to model species distributions. Ecology 100(6): e02710. Link

Cruz, J., S.K. Windels, W. E. Thogmartin, S. M. Crimmins, L. H. Grim, J.H. Larson, and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. Top-down effects of repatriating bald eagles hinder jointly recovering competitors. Journal of Animal Ecology 88(7): 1054-1065. LinkFeatured on issue cover.

Shipley, A.A., M.J. Sheriff, J.N. Pauli, and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. Snow roosting reduces temperature-associated stress in a wintering bird. Oecologia 190(2): 309-321. Link. Awarded the Hanski Prize, which annually honors the lead author of the best Student Highlighted Research paper in the journal Oecologia.

Wilson, E.C., A.A. Shipley, B. Zuckerberg, M.Z. Peery, and J.N. Pauli. 2019. An experimental translocation identifies habitat features that buffer camouflage mismatch in snowshoe hares. Conservation Letters 12(2): e12614. Link

Peach M.A., J.B. Cohen, J.L. Frair, B. Zuckerberg, P.J. Sullivan, W.F. Porter and C. Lang. 2019. The value of protected areas to avian persistence across 20 years of climate and land use change. Conservation Biology 33(2): 423-433. Link

2018

Cooper's hawk
Cooper’s hawks are establishing in cities thanks to prey at feeders

McCabe, J.D, H. Yin, J. Cruz, V. Radeloff, A. Pidgeon, D.N. Bonter, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Prey availability and urbanization influence the establishment of avian predators in a metropolitan landscape. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1890). Link

Naujokaitis-Lewis, I., L.Y. Pomara, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Delaying conservation actions matters for species vulnerable to climate change. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(6): 2843-2853. Link

Zuckerberg B. and L.Y. Pomara. 2018. Modern climate change and birds In Ornithology: Foundation, Analysis, and Application. Editors, M. L. Morrison, A. D. Rodewald, G. Voelker, M. R. Colón, and J. F. Prather. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. SBN: 9781421424712. Link

Thompson, K.L., B. Zuckerberg, W.P. Porter, and J.N. Pauli. 2018. The phenology of the subnivium. Environmental Research Letters 13: 064037 Link

Latimer, C.E., S.J. Cooper, W. H. Karasov, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Does habitat fragmentation promote climate-resilient phenotypes? Oikos 127(8): 1069-1080| DOI: 10.1111/oik.05111. Link.Editor’s Choice and Research.

Zuckerberg, B., and J. N. Pauli. 2018. Conserving and managing the subnivium. Conservation Biology 32(4): 774-781| DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13091. Link

Zuckerberg, B., C.A. Ribic, and L.A. McCauley. 2018. Effects of temperature and precipitation on grassland bird nesting success as mediated by patch size. Conservation Biology 32(4): 872-882| DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13089. Link

McCabe, J.D., N.M. Anich, R.S. Brady, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Raising the bar for the next generation of biological atlases: Using existing data to inform the design and implementation of atlas monitoring. Ibis 160(3):528-541| DOI: 10.1111/ibi.12561. Link

La Sorte, F.A., C.A. Lepczyk, J.L. Burnett, A. H. Hurlbert, M.W. Tingley,and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Opportunities and challenges for Big Data Ornithology. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 120(2):414-426| DOI: 10.1650/CONDOR-17-206.1. Link

Miller, C.R., C.E. Latimer, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Bill size variation in northern cardinals associated with anthropogenic drivers across North America. Ecology and Evolution 8(10): 4841-4851 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4038. Link

Cruz, J., S. Windels, W. Thogmartin, S. Crimmins, L. Grim, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Managing individual nests promotes population recovery of a top predator. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(3): 1418-1429 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13062. Link

Princé, K., C. Jennifer, L. White, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Environmental conditions synchronize waterbird mortality events in the Great Lakes . Journal of Applied Ecology 55(3): 1327-1338 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13063. Link

Hardy, M. A., S. D. Hull, and B. Zuckerberg. 2018. Swift action increases the success of population reinforcement for a declining prairie grouse. Ecology and Evolution 8(3): 1906–1917 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3776. Link

2017

Ruffed grouse
Ruffed grouse population cycling is driven by climate variability

Barnagaud, J.Y., P. Gaüzère, P., B. Zuckerberg, K. Princé, J.C. Svenning. 2017. Temporal changes in bird functional diversity across the United States. Oecologia 185: 737–748 | DOI: 10.1007/s00442-017-3967-4. Link

Manlick, P.J., J. E. Woodford, B. Zuckerberg, and Jonathan N. Pauli. 2017. Niche compression intensifies competition between reintroduced American martens (Martes americana) and fishers (Pekania pennanti). Journal of Mammalogy 98: 690-702 | DOI: 10.1093/jmammal/gyx030. Link

McCauley, L., C. A Ribic, L. Y. Pomara, and B. Zuckerberg. 2017. The future demographic niche of a declining grassland bird fails to shift poleward in response to climate change. Landscape Ecology 32(4): 807–821 | DOI: 10.1007/s10980-017-0487-x. Link

Pomara, L. and B. Zuckerberg. 2017. Climate variability drives population cycling and synchrony. Diversity and Distributions 23: 421-434 | DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12540. Link

Latimer, C. and B. Zuckerberg. 2017. Forest fragmentation alters winter microclimates and microrefugia in human-modified landscapes. Ecography 40(1): 158-170 | DOI: 10.1111/ecog.02551. Link

2016

Dickcissel, a grassland bird
Dickcissel, a grassland bird

Jarzyna, M.A., B. Zuckerberg, A.O. Finley, and W. F. Porter. 2016. Synergistic effects of climate and land cover: Grassland birds are more vulnerable to climate change. Landscape Ecology 31(10): 2275-2290 | DOI: 10.1007/s10980-016-0399-1. Link

Sultaire, S.M., J.N. Pauli, K. J. Martin, M.W. Meyer, and B. Zuckerberg. 2016. Extensive forests and persistent snow cover promote snowshoe hare occupancy in Wisconsin. The Journal of Wildlife Management. Link

Zuckerberg, B., D. Fink, F. A. La Sorte, W.M. Hochachka, and S. Kelling. 2016. Novel seasonal land-cover associations for eastern North American forest birds identified through dynamic species distribution modeling. Diversity and Distributions 22(6): 717-730. Link

Sultaire, S., J.N. Pauli, K. Martin, M. Meyer, M. Notaro, and B. Zuckerberg. 2016. Climate change surpasses land use change in the contracting range boundary of a winter-adapted mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283(1827): 20153104 | DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2015.3104. Link

Jones, G.M., R. J. Gutiérrez, D. J. Tempel, B. Zuckerberg, and M.Z. Peery. 2016.Using dynamic occupancy models to identify refugia and inform climate change adaptation strategies. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 895-905. Link

2015

Chipmunk
Eastern Chipmunks take refuge in the subnivium

Jarzyna, M.A., B. Zuckerberg, W.F. Porter, A.O. Finley, and Brian A. Maurer. 2015. Spatial scaling of temporal changes in avian communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24(11): 1236-1248. Link

Jarzyna, M.A., W.F. Porter, B.A. Maurer, B. Zuckerberg, and A. O. Finley. 2015. Landscape fragmentation affects responses of avian communities to climate change. Global Change Biology 21(8): 2942-2953. Link

Petty, S.K., B. Zuckerberg, and J.N. Pauli. 2015. Winter conditions and land cover type structure the subnivium, a seasonal refuge beneath the snow. PLoS ONE, 10(5): e0127613. Link

Strong, C., B. Zuckerberg, J. L. Betancourt, and W. D. Koenig. 2015. Climatic dipoles drive two principal modes of North American boreal bird irruption. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(21): E2795-E2802. Link

Zuckerberg, B., E. J. Ross, K. Princé, and D. N. Bonter. 2015. Climate variability on wintering grounds drives spring arrival of short-distance migrants to the Upper Midwestern United States. Studies in Avian Biology, 47: 83-94. Link

Yntze van der Hoek, B. Zuckerberg, and L. Manne. 2015. Application of habitat thresholds in conservation: considerations for future directions. Global Ecology and Conservation, 3: 736-743. Link

K. Princé and B. Zuckerberg. 2015. Climate change in our backyards: the reshuffling of North America’s winter bird communities. Global Change Biology, 21: 572-585. Link to paper | Link to Science Magazine Article

2014

Prothonotary warbler
Prothonotary warbler, a migratory bird that could be impacted by climate change

Dickinson, J., E. Ferree, C. Stern, R. Swift, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Delayed dispersal in western bluebirds: Teasing apart the importance of resources and parents. Behavioral Ecology, 25(4): 843-851. Link

Jarzyna, M.A., A. O. Finley, W.F. Porter, B.A. Maurer, C. M. Beier, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Accounting for the space-varying nature of the relationships between temporal community turnover and the environment. Ecography, 37: 1073-1083. Link

Cooper, C.B., J.L. Shirk, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. The Invisible Prevalence of Citizen Science: Migratory Birds and Climate Change. PLoS ONE 9(9): e106508 Link

Pomara, L.Y., O.E. LeDee, K.J. Martin, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Demographic consequences of climate change and land cover help explain a history of extirpations and range contraction in a declining snake species. Global Change Biology 20: 2087-2099 Link

2013

White-breasted nuthatch
“White-breasted nuthatch, a common feeder bird

Pauli, J.N., B. Zuckerberg, J. P. Whiteman, and W. Porter. 2013. The subnivium: a decaying seasonal refugium. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11:260-267 Link

Bonter, D.N., B. Zuckerberg, C. W. Sedgwick, W. M. Hochachka. 2013. A tradeoff between starvation and predation risks in bird foraging behavior? Proceedings of the Royal Society B | Biological Sciences 280: 20123087. Link

Sadoti, G., B. Zuckerberg, M. A. Jarzyna, W. F. Porter, . 2013. Applying occupancy estimation and modelling to the analysis of atlas data. Diversity and Distributions, 19: 804–814 Link

Kujala, H., V. Vepsalainin, B. Zuckerberg, and J. Brommer. 2013. Range margin shifts of birds revisited–the role of spatiotemporally varying survey effort. Global Change Biology 19:420-430 Link

Jarzyna, M., A., B. Zuckerberg, and W.F. Porter. 2013. Climate change and wildlife. Pages 262-278 in Wildlife management and conservation: contemporary principles and practices. Editors, Krausman, P. R., and Cain, J. W. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

2012

American robin
American robins are advancing their phenology

Zuckerberg, B., A. Desrochers, W. M. Hochachka, D. Fink, W. D. Koenig, and J. L. Dickinson. 2012. Overlapping landscapes: A persistent, but misdirected concern when collecting and analyzing ecological data. Journal of Wildlife Management 76(5):1072–1080. Link

Ma, Z., B. Zuckerberg, W.F. Porter, and L. Zhang. 2012. Spatial Poisson models for examining the influence of climate and land cover pattern on bird species richness. Forest Science 58(1): 61-74. Link

Ma, Z., B. Zuckerberg, W.F. Porter, and L. Zhang. 2012. Use of localized descriptive statistics for exploring the spatial pattern changes of bird species richness at multiple spatial scales. Applied Geography, 32: 185-194. Link

Jones, G.M., B. Zuckerberg, and A. Paulios. 2012. The early bird gets earlier: a phenological shift in migration timing of the American Robin (Turdus migratorius) in the state of Wisconsin. Passenger Pigeon 74(2): 131-142.

Zuckerberg, B. and K. McGarigal. 2012. Widening the circle of investigation: The interface between citizen science and landscape ecology. Pages 114-124 in Citizen Science: Public Collaboration in Environmental Research. Editors, J.L. Dickinson and R. Bonney. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. Link

Hochachka, W.M., D. Fink, and B. Zuckerberg. 2012. Use of citizen science monitoring for pattern discovery and biological inference. Pages 460-480 in Design and Analysis of Long–term Ecological Monitoring Studies. Editors, R. A. Gitzen, J. J. Millspaugh, A. B. Cooper, and D. S. Licht. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Link

2011

Indigo bunting
Indigo buntings can hybridize with Lazuli buntings

Zuckerberg, B., D. N. Bonter, W. M. Hochachka, W. D. Koenig, A. T. DeGaetano, and J. L. Dickinson. 2011. Climatic constraints on wintering bird distributions are modified by urbanization and weather. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80(2): 403-413. Link

Carling, M.D. and B. Zuckerberg. 2011. Spatiotemporal changes in the genetic structure of the Passerina bunting hybrid zone. Molecular Ecology, 20:1166-1175. Link

Savoca, M.S., D. N. Bonter, B. Zuckerberg, J. L. Dickinson, and J. C. Ellis. 2011. Nesting density an important factor affecting chick growth and survival in the Herring Gull (Larus argentatus). Condor 113(3): 565-571. Link

Zuckerberg, B., F. Huettman, and J. L. Frair. 2011. Proper data management as a scientific foundation for reliable species distribution modeling. Pages 45-70 in Predictive species and habitat modeling in landscape ecology: concepts and applications. Editors, C.A. Drew, Y.F. Wiersma, and F. Huettman. Springer Verlag, NY. Link

2010

American crow
American crow, sensitive to West Nile Virus

Zuckerberg, B. and W.F. Porter. 2010. Thresholds in the long–term responses of breeding birds to forest cover and fragmentation. Biological Conservation, 143: 952–962. Link

Dickinson, J.L., B. Zuckerberg, and D.N. Bonter. 2010. Citizen science as an ecological research tool: Challenges and benefits. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 41: 149-72. Link

Bonter, D. N., B. Zuckerberg, and J. L. Dickinson. 2010. Invasive birds in a novel landscape: habitat associations and effects on established species. Ecography, 33: 494–502. Link

Fink, D., W.M. Hochachka, B. Zuckerberg, D.W. Winkler, B. Shaby, M. A. Munson, G. Hooker, M. Riedewald, D. Sheldon, and S. Kelling. 2010. Spatiotemporal exploratory models for broad–scale survey data. Ecological Applications, 20(8): 2131-2147. Link

Koenig, W.D., W.M. Hochachka, B. Zuckerberg, and J.L. Dickinson. 2010. Ecological determinants of American crow mortality due to West Nile virus during its North American sweep. Oecologia, 163(4):903–909. Link

Milder, J.C., F.J. DeClerk, A. Sanfiorenzo, D.M. Sanchez, D.E. Tobar, and B. Zuckerberg. 2010. Effects of farm and landscape management on bird and butterfly conservation in western Honduras. Ecosphere 1(1). Link

McComb, B.C., B. Zuckerberg, C. Jordan, and D. Vesley. 2010. Monitoring Animal Populations and Their Habitats: A Practitioner’s Guide. Taylor–Francis CRC Press. Link

2009

Brown creeper
Brown creeper, shifting northwards with climate change

Zuckerberg, B., A.Woods, and W. F. Porter. 2009. Poleward shifts in breeding bird distributions in New York State. Global Change Biology, 15: 1866–1883. Link

Zuckerberg, B., W.F. Porter, K. Corwin. 2009. The consistency and stability of abundance–occupancy relationships in large–scale population dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology, 78: 172–181. Link

Koenig, W. D., J. M. H. Knops, J. L. Dickinson, and B. Zuckerberg. 2009. Latitudinal decrease in acorn size in bur oak (Quercus macrocarp) is due to environmental constraints, not avian dispersal. Botany, 87: 349–356. Link

2008

American goldfinch
American goldfinch, a common NY bird

Zuckerberg, B. Overcoming analysis paralysis. 2008. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 9(6): 505. Link

Signell, S., B. Zuckerberg, S. McNulty and W. F. Porter. 2008. Development of an Adirondack Ecosystems Model. Adirondack Journal of Environmental Sciences, 15: 13–17. Link

McGowan, K., and B. Zuckerberg. 2008. Summary of Results in The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State. Editors, K.J. McGowan and K.J. Corwin. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. Link

 

2007

Eastern towhee
Eastern towhee

Askins, R. A., B. Zuckerberg, and L. Novak. 2007. Do the size and landscape context of forest openings influence the abundance and breeding success of shrubland songbirds in Southern New England? Forest Ecology and Management, 250(3): 137–147. Link

2006

Song sparrow, a Massachusetts passarine
Song sparrow, a Massachusetts passerine

Zuckerberg, B., and P. D. Vickery. 2006. Grassland restoration on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts: early effects of mowing and burning on shrubland and grassland passerines. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 118(3): 353–363. Link

Vesely, D., B.C. McComb, C.D. Vojta, L.H. Suring, J. Halaj, R.S. Holthausen, B. Zuckerberg, P.M. Manley. 2006. Development of Protocols to Inventory or Monitor Wildlife, Fish, or Rare Plants. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO–72. Washington, DC: U.S. Depart. of Agriculture, Forest Service. 100 p. Link

 

2005

Killdeer, a grassland bird of New England
Killdeer, a grassland bird of New England

Vickery, P. D., B. Zuckerberg, A. L. Jones, W. G. Shriver, and A. P. Weik. 2005. Influence of fire and other anthropogenic practices on grassland and shrubland birds in New England. Studies in Avian Biology, 30:139–146. Link