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Dr. Angela Fuller

Research Publications

  • Xue, Y, X. Wu, D. Morin, B. Dilkina, A. Fuller, J. Royle and C. Gomes. 2017. Dynamic Optimization of Landscape Connectivity Embedding Spatial-Capture-Recapture Information. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
  • Molina, S., A.K. Fuller, D.J. Morin, and J.A. Royle. 2017. Use of spatial capture-recapture to estimate density of Andean bears in northern Ecuador. Ursus 28:117-126.
  • Royle, J.A., A.K. Fuller, and C. Sutherland. 2017. Unifying population and landscape ecology with spatial capture-recapture. Ecography 40: doi: 10.1111/ecog.03170
  • Sun, C.C., A.K. Fuller, M.P. Hare, and J. Hurst. 2017. Evaluating population expansion of a black bear population using noninvasive, genetic spatial capture-recapture. Journal of Wildlife Management 81: 814–823. doi:10.1002/jwmg.21248
  • Crum, N.J., A.K. Fuller, C.S. Sutherland, E.G. Cooch, and J. Hurst. 2017. Estimating Occupancy Probability Of Moose In Northern New York Using Hunter Survey Data. Journal of Wildlife Management 81(3):521–534; 2017; DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21207.
  • Robinson, K.F., A.K. Fuller, M.V. Schiavone, B. Swift, D.R. Diefenbach, W.F. Siemer, and D.J. Decker. 2017. Addressing wild turkey (Meleagris gallapavo) population declines using structured decision making. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21220
  • Morin, D.J., A.K. Fuller, J.A. Royle, and C. Sutherland. 2017. Model-based estimators of density and connectivity to inform conservation of spatially-structured populations. Ecosphere 8(1):e01623. 10.1002/ecs2.1623.
  • Linden, D.W., A. K. Fuller, J. A. Royle, and M.P. Hare. 2017. Examining the occupancy-density relationship for a low density carnivore. Journal of Applied Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12883.
  • Robinson, K. F., and A. K. Fuller. 2017. Participatory modeling and structured decision making. Pages 83-101 in Environmental Modeling with Stakeholders: Theory, Methods, and Applications. Springer. Abstract | 
  • Sethi SA, Linden D, Wenburg J, Lewis C, Lemons P, Fuller A, Hare M. (2016) Accurate recapture identification for genetic mark-recapture studies with error-tolerant likelihood-based match calling and sample clustering. Royal Society Open Science 3: 160457. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.160457 .
  • Robinson, K.F., A.K. Fuller, J.E. Hurst, B.L. Swift, A. Kirsch, J. Farquhar, D.J. Decker, and W.F. Siemer. 2016. Structured decision making as a framework for large-scale wildlife harvest management decisions. Ecosphere 7(12):e01613. 10.1002/ecs2.1613.
  • M.J. Eaton, A.K. Fuller, F.A. Johnson, M.P. Hare, and R.C. Stedman. Application of Decision Science to Resilience Management in Jamaica Bay. Chapter 9 in E. W. Sanderson, W.D. Solecki, J.R. Waldman, and A.S. Parris, editors. Prospects for Resilience. Island Press.
  • Nadeau, C.P. and A.K. Fuller. 2016. Combining Landscape Variables and Species Traits can Improve the Utility of Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments. Biological Conservation 202:30-38.
  • Fuller, A.K., D.W. Linden, and J.A. Royle. 2016. Management Decision Making for Fisher Populations Informed by Occupancy Modeling. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21077
  • Fuller, A.K., C.S. Sutherland, J.A. Royle, and M.P. Hare. 2016. Estimating population density and connectivity of American mink using spatial capture-recapture. Ecological Applications. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/15-0315.1
  • Royle, J.A., A.K. Fuller, and C.Sutherland. 2015. Spatial capture-recapture models allowing Markovian transience or dispersal. Population Ecology.doi:10.​1007/​s10144-015-0524-z.
  • Dayer, A.A., R.C. Stedman, S.B. Allred, K.V. Rosenberg, and A.K. Fuller. 2015. Understanding landowner intentions to create early successional forest habitat in the northeastern United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin. doi:10.1002/wsb.613
  • Nadeau, C. P., A. K. Fuller, and D. L. Rosenblatt. 2015. Climate-smart management of biodiversity. Ecosphere. 6:art91–art91. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES15-00069.1 Abstract | 
  • Nadeau, C.P., and A. K. Fuller. 2015. Accounting for multiple climate components when estimating climate change exposure and velocity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12360
  • Royle, J.A., C. Sutherland, A.K. Fuller, and C.C. Sun. 2015. Likelihood analysis of spatial capture-recapture models for stratified or class structured populations. Ecosphere. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00148.1 Abstract | 
  • Sutherland, C., A. K. Fuller, and J.A. Royle. 2014. Modeling non-Euclidean movement and landscape connectivity in highly structured ecological networks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6: 169–177. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12316 Abstract | 
  • Royle, J.A., R.B. Chandler, C.C. Sun, and A.K. Fuller. 2014. Reply to Efford on Integrating Resource Selection Information with Spatial Capture-Recapture. Methods in Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12205
  • Robinson, K. F., D. R. Diefenbach, A. K. Fuller, J. E. Hurst, and C. S. Rosenberry. 2014. Can managers compensate for coyote predation of white-tailed deer? Journal of Wildlife Management 78:571–579. Download  | 
  • Sun, C. C., A. K. Fuller, and J. A. Royle. 2014. Trap configuration and spacing influences parameter estimates in spatial capture-recapture models. PLoS ONE.9(2):
    e88025. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088025
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  • Fuller, A.K., and D.J. Harrison. 2013. Modeling the influence of forest structure on microsite habitat use by snowshoe hares. International Journal of Forestry Research., vol. 2013, Article ID 892327, 7 pages, 2013. doi:10.1155/2013/892327 Abstract |  Download  |  Publisher Website | 
  • Fuller, A. K. 2014. Decision Making in Natural Resource Management: A Structured Adaptive Approach. Michael J. Conroy and James T. Peterson.2013. Wiley‐Blackwell, Oxford, UK. 456 pp. $99.95 paperback. ISBN: 978‐0‐470‐67174‐0. The Journal of Wildlife Management 78:175-176. Download  | 
  • Fuller, A. K., S. S. Spohr, D. J. Harrison, and F. A. Servello. 2013. Nest survival of wild turkeys in a suburban landscape: influences at nest-site and patch-scales. Wildlife Biology 19:138-146
  • Royle, J.A., R. B. Chandler, C. C. Sun, and A. K. Fuller. 2013. Integrating resource selection information with spatial capture-recapture. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12039. Abstract | 
  • Fuller, A. K., and D. J. Harrison. 2010. Foraging paths reveal scale-dependent habitat decisions by Canada lynx. Journal of Mammalogy 91:1269-1279. Download  | 
  • Hearn, B. J., D. J. Harrison, A. K. Fuller, C. Lundrigan, and W. J. Curran. 2010. Paradigm shifts in habitat ecology of threatened Newfoundland martens. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:719-728. Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Fuller, A. K., D. J. Harrison, and J. H. Vashon. 2007. Winter habitat selection by Canada lynx in Maine: prey abundance or accessibility? Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1980-1986. Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Fuller, A. K., and D. J. Harrison. 2005. Influence of partial timber harvesting on American
    marten in Maine. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:710-722.
    Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Campbell, S. C., A. K. Fuller, and D. Patrick. 2005. A review of doctoral education: looking beyond research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3:153-160.
    Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Fuller, A. K. 2004. Canada lynx predation on white-tailed deer. Northeastern Naturalist 11:395-399.
    Abstract | 
  • Fuller, A. K., D. J. Harrison, and H. J. Lachowski. 2004. Stand-scale effects of partial harvesting and clearcutting on small mammals and forest structure. Forest Ecology and Management
    191:373-386.
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  • Harrison, D. J., A. K. Fuller, and G. Proulx. 2004. Martens and Fishers (Martes) in Human
    Altered Environments: An International Perspective. Springer, New York.
    Publisher Website | 
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 2

Phd Students: 4

Post Docs: 2

University Staff: 2

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 12

Scientific Publications: 52

Presentations: 104

 

Contact Us

New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Ithaca, NY 14853-3001 Phone: (607) 255 - 2839 Fax: (607) 255 - 1895

Unit Leader

Angela Fuller
Angela Fuller, Assistant Leader, Wildlife

Angela is a Research Wildlife Biologist and the Leader of the New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and an Associate Professor in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University

New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Cornell University
  2. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
  3. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. U.S. Geological Survey
  5. Wildlife Management Institute