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Green NS, Li S, Maul JD, Overmyer J. In press. Natural and anthropogenic factors and their interactions drive stream community integrity in a North American river basin at a large spatial scale. Science of the Total Environment. DOI:  

Preston TM, Wildhaber ML, Green NS, Albers JL, Debenedetto GP. 2021. Enumerating White-Tailed Deer Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Wildlife Society Bulletin 45: 97-108. DOI:

Green NS, Wildhaber ML, Albers JL. 2021. Effectiveness of a distance sampling from roads program for white-tailed deer in the National Capital Region Parks. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCR/NRR—2021/2224. U.S. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado. DOI:

Green NS, Wildhaber ML, Albers JL, Pettit TW, Hooper MH. 2020. Efficient mammal biodiversity surveys for ecological restoration monitoring. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. DOI:

Kunz BK, Waddle JH, Green NS. 2019. Amphibian monitoring approaches for restored bottomland hardwood forests. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. DOI:

Bartell SM, Schmolke A, Green N, Roy C, Galic N, Perkins D, Brain R. 2019. A hybrid individual‐based and food web‐ecosystem modeling approach for assessing ecological risks to the Topeka shiner (Notropis topeka): a case study with atrazine. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 38: 2243-2258. DOI:

Schmolke A, Bartell S, Roy C, Green N, Galic N, Brain R. 2019. Species-specific population dynamics and their link to an aquatic food web: a hybrid modeling approach. Ecological Modelling 405: 1-14. DOI:

Kunz BK, Green NS, Albers JL, Wildhaber ML, Little EE. 2018. Use of real-time dust monitoring and surface condition to evaluate success of unpaved road treatments. Transportation Research Record 2672: 195-204. DOI:

Albers JL, Wildhaber ML, Green NS. 2018. Population viability analyses for three Macrhybopsis spp. of the Lower Missouri River. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 34: 1285-1292. DOI:

Green NS, Wildhaber ML, Albers JL. 2018. Potential responses of the Lower Missouri River shovelnose sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus platorynchus) population to a commercial fishing ban. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 2018: 1-8. DOI:

Wildhaber ML, Albers JL, Green NS, Moran EH. 2017. A fully stochasticized, age-structured population model for population viability of fish: Lower Missouri River endangered pallid sturgeon example. Ecological Modelling 359: 434-448. DOI:

Moran EH, Wildhaber ML, Green NS, Albers JL. 2016. Visual basic, Excel-based fish population modeling tool—the pallid sturgeon example. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2016–1009, 20 p. DOI:

Green NS, Wilkins KT. 2014. Small mammal habitat associations in a mixed grass prairie preserve. Southwestern Naturalist 59: 349-355. DOI:

Green NS, Early CE, Beard LK, Wilkins KT. 2012. Multiple captures of Reithrodontomys fulvescens and Baiomys taylori: evidence for short-term co-travelling. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90: 313-319. DOI:

Kirchner BN, Green NS, Sergeant DA, Mink JN, Wilkins KT. 2011. Responses of small mammals and vegetation to a prescribed burn in a tallgrass blackland prairie. American Midland Naturalist 166: 112-125. DOI:

Green NS, Wilkins KT. 2010. Continuing range expansion of the northern pygmy mouse (Baiomys taylori) in northeastern Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 55: 288-291. DOI:

Green NS, Hazlett BA, Pruett-Jones S. 2008. Attachment and shell integrity affects the vulnerability of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) to predation. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23: 91-100. DOI: