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Daniel McAuley


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Areas of Study

Feasibility of Aerial Surveys to Census Red-Necked Phalaropes in the Bay of Fundy

Survival and Recruitment of Common Eiders in the Gulf of Maine

Adaptive Management of American Woodcock in the Atlantic Northern forest bird Conservation Region

Analysis of Woodcock Singing Ground Surveys in the Northeast

Survival of American Woodcock during Fall Migration

Response of Avian Community to Forest Management on Moosehorn NWR



Longcore, J. R., D. G. Mcauley, D. M. Heisey, C. M. Bunck, and D. A. Clugston. 2016. Survival of female mallards along the Vermont–Quebec border region. Journal of Wildlife Management 80(2):355-367. Abstract

Robinson, O. J., C. P. Mcgowan, P. K. Devers, R. W. Brook, M. Huang, M. Jones, D. G. McAuley, and G. Zimmerman. 2016. A full annual cycle modeling framework for American black ducks. Natural Resource Modeling 29(1):159-174. Abstract


Hierl, L. A., C. S. Loftin, J. R. Longcore, D. G. McAuley, and D. L. Urban. 2007. A multivariate assessment of changes in wetland habitat for waterbirds at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Maine, USA. Wetlands 27(1):141-152. Abstract


Longcore, J. R., D. G. McAuley, G. W. Pendleton, C. R. Bennatti, T. M. Mingo, and K. L. Stromborg. 2006. Macroinvertebrate abundance, water chemistry, and wetland characteristics affect use of wetlands by avian species in Maine. Pages 143–167 in A. R. Hanson and J. J. Kerekes, editors. Limnology and Aquatic Birds. Hydrobiologia 567. Abstract


McAuley, D. G., J. R. Longcore, D. A. Clugston, R. B. Allen, A. Weik, S. Williamson, J. Dunn, B. Palmer, K. Evans, W. Staats, G. F. Sepik, and W. Halteman. 2005. Effects of hunting on survival of American woodcock in the Northeast. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(4):1565-1577. Abstract

Rhymer, J. M., D. G. McAuley, and H. L. Ziel. 2005. Phylogeography of the American woodcock (Scolopax minor): Are management units based on band recovery data reflected in genetically based management units? Auk 122(4):1149-1160. Abstract

Woodcock, T. S., J. R. Longcore, D. G. McAuley, T. M. Mingo, C. R. Bennatti, and K. L. Stromborg. 2005. The role of pH in structuring communities of Maine wetland macrophytes and chironomid larvae (Diptera). Wetlands 25(2):306-316. Abstract

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