Full journal articles

  1. Smith, A.D., B. Hofner, J.S. Lamb, J.E. Osenkowski, T. Allison, G. Sadoti, S.R. McWilliams, and P.W.C. Paton. In press. Modeling spatiotemporal abundance of mobile wildlife in highly variable environments using boosted GAMLSS hurdle models. Ecology and Evolution. [github]

  2. Thomas, J., A. Mayr, B. Bischl, M. Schmid, A.D. Smith, and B. Hofner. 2018. Gradient boosting for distributional regression: faster tuning and improved variable selection via noncyclical updates. Statistics and Computing 28:673-687. [pdf][github]

  3. Moorman, M.C., T. Augspurger, J.D. Stanton, and A.D. Smith. 2017. Where’s the Grass? Disappearing submerged aquatic vegetation and declining water quality in Lake Mattamuskeet. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8:401-417. [pdf][github]

  4. Smith, A.D. and S. R. McWilliams. 2016. Bat activity during autumn relates to atmospheric conditions: implications for coastal wind energy development. Journal of Mammalogy 97:1565-1577. [pdf][github]

  5. Jones, B.C., A.D. Smith, S.E. Bebus, and S.J. Shoech. 2016. Two seconds is all it takes: European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) increase levels of circulating glucorticoids after witnessing a brief raptor attack. Hormones and Behavior 78:72-78.{:target=”_blank”} [pdf] [github]

  6. Smith, A.D., S. R. McWilliams, K. J. Winiarski, C. L. Trocki, B. Harris, J. E. Osenkowski, and P. W. C. Paton. 2015. Using land-based surveys to assess sea duck abundance and behavior in nearshore waters of southern New England, USA. Waterbirds 38:252-259. [pdf]

  7. Smith, A.D., and S.R. McWilliams. 2015. What to do when stopping over: condition-dependent behavioral decisions of migrating songbirds. Behavioral Ecology 25:1423-1435. [pdf]

  8. Smith, A.D., P.W.C. Paton, and S.R. McWilliams. 2014. Using nocturnal flight calls to assess the fall migration of warblers and sparrows along a coastal ecological barrier. PLoS ONE 9:e92218. [full text]

  9. Smith, A.D., and S.R. McWilliams. 2014. Fruit removal rate depends on neighborhood fruit density, frugivore abundance, and spatial context. Oecologia 174:931-942. [pdf]

  10. Bolser, J.A., R.R. Alan, A.D. Smith, L. Li, N. Seeram, and S.R. McWilliams. 2013. Birds select fruits with more anthocyanins during autumn migration. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125:97-108. [pdf]

  11. McCue, M.D., A.D. Smith, R. McKinney, B. Rewald, B. Pinshow, and S.R. McWilliams. 2011. A mass balance approach to identify and compare differential routing of 13^C^-labeled carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in vivo. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84:506-513. [pdf]

  12. Smith, A.D., C.A. Lott, J.P. Smith, K.C. Donohue, S. Wittenberg, K.G. Smith, and L. Goodrich. 2009a. Deuterium measurements of raptor feathers: does a lack of reproducibility compromise geographic assignment? Auk 126:41-46. [pdf]

  13. Smith, A.D., K.C. Donohue, and A.M. Dufty. 2008. Intrafeather and intraindividual variation in the stable-hydrogen isotope (δD) content of raptor feathers. Condor 110:500-506. [pdf]

  14. Smith, A.D. and A.M. Dufty. 2005. Variation in the stable-hydrogen isotope composition of Northern Goshawk feathers: relevance to the study of migratory origins. Condor 107:547-558. [pdf]

Letters, reviews, comments, and responses

  1. Smith, A.D., C.A. Lott, J.P. Smith, K.C. Donohue, S. Wittenberg, K.G. Smith, and L. Goodrich. 2009b. Poor reproducibility and inference in hydrogen-stable-isotope studies of avian movement: A reply to Wunder et al. (2009). Auk 126:926-931. [pdf]