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Research and Work Experience 2009-Present. Research Director of the Pacific Coast and Central Valley Group, Point Blue Conservation Science, Petaluma, California. 2007-2010. Cal-Fed Post-doctoral Fellow, Point Blue Conservation Science and UC Davis, California. 2006-2007. Post-doctoral Research Associate, University of Hawaii, Hilo. 2003. Research Assistant, Department of Zoology, University of Florida, Gainesville. 1998-1999. Field Technician for Sage Science, Madras, Oregon. 1997-1998. Co-director, Kibale Fish and Monkey Project, Kibale National Park, Uganda. 1993-1997. Research Assistant for the Maya Project, Tikal National Park, Guatemala. Professional Activities and Positions Sustainable Conservation Advisory Board Member (2018-Present) Public Policy Institute of California Adjunct Fellow (2018-Present) Public Policy Institute of California Water Policy Research Network Member (2015-Present) Editorial positions: Managing editor, Northwest Fauna (2008 to 2015) Board of editors, Open Ornithology (2007 to 2012) Manuscript reviewer for: Remote Sensing of the Environment, California PIER program, Ibis, Wildlife Biology, Ecological Restoration, Ecosphere, Wildlife Society Bulletin, Animal Conservation, Biological Conservation, Journal of Environmental Management, Open Ornithology, Sensors, Western Birds, Forest Ecology and Management, American Naturalist, Florida Field Naturalist, Journal of Field Ornithology, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Northwestern Naturalist, Conservation Biology, Journal of Wildlife Management, Oxford University Press, Journal of Raptor Research, Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Biotropica, Journal of Mammalogy, Condor, Ostrich Teaching Experience and Student Advising N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 2 Teaching Assistant in Ecology (3 semesters), Avian Biology (3 Semesters), Core Biology (2 semesters), Vertebrate Anatomy (1 semester), Integrative Principles (graduate level, 2 semesters): University of Florida, fall 1999-2006. Graduate student committees: Allison Nelson, master’s student supervised by Dr. Ravinder Seghal at San Francisco State University. Rae Goodman, master’s student supervised by Dr. Gretchen Lebuhn at San Francisco State University. Elizabeth Porzig, PhD student supervised by Dr. John Eadie at UC Davis. Publications Seavy, N.E., D.L. Humple, R.L. Cormier, E.L. Porzig, and T. Gardali. In press. Evidence of climate change impacts on landbirds in western North America: A review and recommendations for future research. Studies of Western Birds. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, B.E. Owens, T. Gardali. 2018. Field evaluation of a simple infiltration test and its relationship with bulk density and soil organic carbon in California rangelands. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73:200-206. Lisovski, S., H. Schmaljohann, E.S. Bridge, S. Bauer, A. Farnsworth, S.A. Gauthreaux, S. Hahn, M.T. Hallworth, C.M. Hewson, J.F. Kelly, and F. Liechti. P.P. Marra, E. Rakhimberdiev, J.D. Ross, N.E. Seavy, M.D. Sumner, C.M. Taylor, D.W. Winkler, and M.B. Wunder. 2018. Inherent limits of light-level geolocation may lead to overinterpretation. Current Biology 28:R99-R100. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, J.M. Eadie, T. Gardali, D.L. Humple, and G.R. Geupel. 2018. There goes the neighborhood: avian nest site selection and reproductive success as local density declines. Condor 120:234-244. Dybala, K.E., N. Clipperton, T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, R. Kelsey, S. Lorenzato, R. Melcer Jr, N.E. Seavy, J.G. Silveira, and G.S. Yarris. 2017. Population and Habitat Objectives for Avian Conservation in California's Central Valley Riparian Ecosystems. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). DiGaudio, R.T., K.E. Dybala, N.E. Seavy, and T. Gardali. 2017. Population and habitat objectives for avian conservation in California’s Central Valley grassland–oak savannah ecosystems. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). Dybala, K.E., N. Clipperton, T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, R. Kelsey, S. Lorenzato, R. Melcer Jr, N.E. Seavy, J.G. Silveira, and G.S. Yarris. 2017. A general framework for setting quantitative population objectives for wildlife conservation. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). Jahn, A.E., N.E. Seavy, V. Bejarano, M. Benavides Guzmán, I.C. Carvalho Provinciato, M.A. Pizo, and M. MacPherson. 2016. Intra-tropical migration and wintering areas of Forktailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus savana) breeding in São Paulo, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 24:116-121. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, J.M. Eadie, D.L. Humple, G.R. Geupel, and T. Gardali. 2016. Interspecific interactions, population variation, and environmental forcing in the context of the community. Ecosphere 7:e01349. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 3 Nelson, A.R., R.L. Cormier, D.L. Humple, J. C. Scullen, R. Sehgal, N.E. Seavy. 2016. Migration patterns of San Francisco Bay Area Hermit Thrushes differ across a fine spatial scale. Animal Migration 3:1-13. Jiménez, J.E., A.E. Jahn, R. Rozzi, and N.E. Seavy. 2016. First documented migration of individual White-crested Elaenias (Elaenia albiceps chilensis) in South America. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128:413-419. McKeon, C.S., M.X. Weber, S.E. Alter, N.E. Seavy, E.D. Crandall, D. Barshis, E.D. FechterLeggett, K.L.L. Oleson. 2016. Melting barriers to faunal exchange across ocean basins. Global Change Biology 22:465-473. DiGaudio, R.T., K. Kreitinger, C.M. Hickey, T. Gardali, and N.E. Seavy. 2015. Private lands habitat programs benefit California's native birds. California Agriculture 69:210-220. Rakhimberdiev, E., D.W. Winkler, E. Bridge, N.E. Seavy, D. Sheldon, T. Piersma, and A. Saveliev. 2015. A Hidden Markov model for reconstructing animal paths from solar geolocation loggers using templates for light intensity. Movement Ecology 3:25. Sarr, D., A. Duff, E.C. Dinger, S.L. Shafer, M. Wing, N.E. Seavy, and J.D. Alexander. 2015. Comparing ecoregional classifications for natural area management in the Klamath Region, U.S.A. Natural Areas Journal 35:360-377. Stephens, J.L., I.J. Ausprey, N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander. 2015. Response of a mixed broadleafconifer forest bird community to fire severity nine years post wildfire in Southwestern Oregon. Condor 117:430-446. Dettling, M.D., N.E. Seavy, C.A. Howell, and T. Gardali. 2015. Current status of Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo along the Sacramento and Feather rivers, California. PLoS ONE 10: e0125198. Kellermann, J.L., C.A.F. Enquist, D.L. Humple, N.E. Seavy, A. Rosemartin, R.L. Cormier, and L. Barnett. 2015. A Bird’s-Eye View of the USA National Phenology Network: An Off-theShelf Monitoring Program. Studies in Avian Biology 47:47-60. Henneman, C., N.E. Seavy, and T. Gardali. 2014. Restoring native perennial grasses by changing grazing practices in Central Coastal California. Ecological Restoration 32: 352-354. Dybala, K.E., N.E. Seavy, M.D. Dettling, M. Gilbert, R. Melcer, and T. Gardali. 2014. Does restored riparian habitat create ecological traps for riparian birds through increased Brown-headed Cowbird nest parasitism? Ecological Restoration 32: 239-248. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, T. Gardali, G.R. Geupel, M. Holyoak, and J.M. Eadie. 2014. Habitat suitability through time: using time series and habitat models to understand changes in bird density. Ecosphere 5: art12. Seavy, N.E. and J.D. Alexander. 2014. Songbird response to wildfire in mixed-conifer forest in southwestern Oregon. International Journal of Wildland Fire 23:246-258. Dybala, K.E., J.M. Eadie, T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy, M.P. Herzog. 2013. Projecting demographic responses to climate change: adult and juvenile survival respond differently to direct and indirect effects of weather in a passerine population. Global Change Biology 19: 2688–2697. Cormier, R.L., D.L. Humple, T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy. 2013. Light-level geolocators reveal strong migratory connectivity and within winter movements for a coastal California Swainson’s Thrush population. Auk 130:283-290. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 4 Contina, A., E.S. Bridge, N.E. Seavy, J.M. Duckles, and J.F. Kelly. 2013. Using geologgers to investigate bimodal isotope patterns in Painted Buntings (Passerina ciris). Auk 130:265-272. Seavy, N.E., R. Burnett, and P. Taille. 2012. Black-backed Woodpecker nest tree selection in burned areas of the Sierra Nevada, California. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:722-728. Seavy, N.E., T. Gardali, G. H. Golet, D. Jongsomjit, R. Kelsey, S. Matsumoto, S. Paine, and D. Stralberg. 2012. Integrating avian habitat distribution models into a conservation planning framework for the San Joaquin River, California. Natural Areas Journal 32:420426. Seavy, N.E., and T. Gardali. 2012. Developing a riparian bird index to communicate restoration success in Marin County, California. Ecological Restoration 30:157-160. Hatfield, J., M. Reynolds, N.E. Seavy, C. Krause. 2012. Population dynamics of Hawaiian seabird colonies vulnerable to sea-level rise. Conservation Biology 26:667–678. Seavy, N.E., D.L. Humple, R.L. Cormier, and T. Gardali. 2012. Establishing the breeding provenance of a temperate-wintering North American passerine, the Golden-crowned Sparrow, using light-level geolocation. PLoS ONE 7: e34886. Gardali, T., R. DiGaudio, N.E. Seavy, and L. Comrack. 2012. A climate change vulnerability assessment of California’s at-risk birds. PLoS ONE 7: e29507. Goodman, R.E., G. Lebuhn, N.E. Seavy, T. Gardali, and J. Bluso-Dembers. 2011. Avian body size changes and climate change: warming or increasing variability? Global Change Biology 18:63–73. Elrod, M.L., N.E. Seavy, R.L. Cormier, and T. Gardali. 2011. Incidence of eccentric molt in first-year Wrentits increases with fledge date. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:325-332. Wiens, J.A., N.E. Seavy, and D. Jongsomjit. 2011. Protected areas in climate space: What will the future bring? Biological Conservation 144: 2119–2125. Seavy N.E. and J.D. Alexander. 2011. Interactive effects of vegetation structure and composition describe bird habitat associations in mixed broadleaf-conifer forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:344–352. Seavy, N.E. and C.A. Howell. 2010. How can we improve delivery of decision support tools for conservation and restoration? Biodiversity and Conservation 19:1261–1267. Seavy, N.E. 2009. Bird use of banana plantations adjacent to Kibale National Park, Uganda: Evaluating the conservation value of a matrix habitat. Journal of East African Natural History 98:211-222. Seavy, N.E., J.H. Viers, and J.K. Wood. 2009. Riparian bird response to vegetation structure: A multiscale analysis using LiDAR measurements of canopy height. Ecological Applications 19:1848-1857. Jennings, S., T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy, and G.R. Geupel. 2009. Evaluating effects of mist netting on reproductive performance of two passerines. Condor 111:488-496. Seavy, N.E., and M.H. Reynolds. 2009. Counting breeding seabirds: A test of metrics using Red-tailed Tropicbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:297-302. Seavy, N.E., T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, F.T. Griggs, C.A. Howell, T.R. Kelsey, S. Small, J.H. Viers, J.F. Weigand. 2009. Why climate change makes riparian restoration more important than ever. Ecological Restoration 27:330-338. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 5 Seavy, N.E., M.H. Reynolds, W.A. Link, and J.S. Hatfield. 2009. Postcatastrophe population dynamics and density dependence of an endemic island duck. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:414-418. Seavy, N.E., J.D. Alexander, and P.E. Hosten. 2008. Bird community composition after mechanical mastication fuel treatments in southwest Oregon oak woodland and chaparral. Forest Ecology and Management 256:774-778. Camp, R.J., N.E. Seavy, P.M. Gorresen, and M.H. Reynolds. 2008. A statistical test to show negligible trend: comment. Ecology 89:1469-1472. Reynolds, M.H., N.E. Seavy, M.S. Vekasy, J.L. Klavitter, and L.P. Laniawe. 2008. Translocation and early post-release demography of endangered Laysan Teal. Animal Conservation 11:160-168. Seavy, N.E., K.E. Dybala, and M.A. Snyder. 2008. Climate models and ornithology. Auk 125:1-10. Alexander, J.D., J.L. Stephens, and N.E. Seavy. 2008. Livestock utilization and bird community composition in mixed-conifer forest and oak woodland in southern Oregon. Northwest Science 82:7-17. Seavy, N.E. and M.H. Reynolds. 2007. Is statistical power to detect trends a good assessment of population monitoring? Biological Conservation 140:187-191. Alexander, J.D., N.E. Seavy, and P.E. Hosten. 2007. Using taxa-based conservations plans to evaluate ecological effects of fire management: Insights from bird monitoring in oak woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 238:375-383. Seavy, N.E., and B.K. McNab. 2007. Energetics of East African pycnonotids. Biotropica 39:114-119. Seavy, N.E. 2006. Physiological correlates of habitat association in an East African sunbird (Nectariniidae) community. Journal of Zoology 270:290-297. Alexander, J.D., N.E. Seavy, C.J. Ralph, and B. Hogoboom. 2006. Vegetation and topographical correlates of fire severity from two fires in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of Oregon and California. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:237-245. Huff, M.H., N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Fire and birds in the maritime Pacific Northwest. Studies in Avian Biology 30:46-62. Quader, S., K. Isavaran, R.E. Hale, B.G. Miner, and N.E. Seavy. 2004. Nonlinear relationships and phylogenetic independent contrasts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17:709-715. Seavy, N.E. 2004. Environmental correlates of African Wood Owl calling activity in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 38:208-213. Pomeroy, D., and N.E. Seavy. 2004. Surveys of Great Crested Grebes Podiceps cristatus and other waterbirds on the Kasenda Cluster of crater lakes in western Uganda. Journal of East African Natural History 92:49-62. Seavy, N.E. and C.K. Apodaca. 2002. Relative abundance and habitat use of raptors in a highly disturbed forest landscape in western Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 36:51-57. Seavy, N.E., C.K. Apodaca, S.R. Balcomb. 2001. Associations of Crested Guineafowl (Guttera pucherani) and monkeys in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Ibis 143:310-312. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 6 Seavy, N.E. 2000. Observations at an Ayres Hawk Eagle nest in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 34:59-60. Schulze, M.D., N.E. Seavy, and D.F. Whitacre. 2000. A comparison of the phyllostomid bat assemblages in undisturbed neotropical forest and in forest fragments in a slash-and-burn farming mosaic in Petén, Guatemala. Biotropica 32:174-184. Schulze, M.D., J.L. Cordóva, N.E. Seavy, and D.F. Whitacre. 2000. Behavior, diet, and breeding biology of Double-toothed Kites at a Guatemalan lowland site. Condor 102:113126. Seavy, N.E. and R. Gerhardt. 1998. Breeding biology and nestling diet of the Great BlackHawk. Journal of Raptor Research 32: 175-177. Seavy, N.E., D.F. Whitacre, and M. Córdova A. 1998. A first record of the Speckled Mourner for the Petén Department of Guatemala. Ornitologia Neotropical 8: 245-246. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, D.F. Whitacre, and M. Vasquez. 1998. The breeding biology and behavior of the Plumbeous Kite. Wilson Bulletin 110: 77-85. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, D.F. Whitacre, and M. Vasquez. 1997. Diet and hunting behavior of the Plumbeous Kite. Wilson Bulletin 109: 526-532. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, and D.F. Whitacre. 1997. Two Plumbeous Kites capture swallow. Journal of Raptor Research 31: 289. Seavy, N.E. and A.J. Baker. 1996. Observations of Black-billed Magpies "ice-fishing" for aquatic insects. Northwestern Naturalist 77: 22. Other Reports and Book Chapters Hanak, E., J.R. Lund, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, B. Gray, S. Green, T. Harter, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, N. Seavy. 2017. Water atress and a changing San Joaquin Valley. Public Policy Institute of California. Mount, J., B. Gray, C. Chappelle, T. Grantham, P. Moyle, N. Seavy, L. Szeptycki, B. Thompson. 2017. Managing California’s feshwater ecosystems: Lessons from the 2012– 2016 drought. Public Policy Institute of California. Mount, J., B. Gray, C. Chappelle, J. Doolan, T. Grantham, and N. Seavy. 2016. Managing water for the environment during drought: Lessons from Victoria, Australia. Public Policy Institute of California. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy. 2015. What If California’s Drought Continues? Public Policy Institute of California. Seavy, N.E., and J.D. Alexander. 2006. Measuring ecological effects of prescribed fire using birds as indicators of forest conditions. Pages 593-603 in P. L. Andrews and B. W. Butler (Eds.) Fuels Management—How to Measure Success: Conference Proceedings. USDA Forest Service Publication RMRS-P-41. Seavy, N.E., S. Quader, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Generalized linear models and point count data: statistical considerations for the design and analysis of monitoring studies. Pages 744-753 in C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 7 Alexander, J.D., C.J. Ralph, B. Hogoboom, N.E. Seavy, and S. Janes. 2004. Understanding effects of fire suppression, fuels treatment, and wildfire on bird communities in the Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion. Pp. 42-66 in K. L. Mergenthaler, J. E. Williams, and E. S. Jules (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology. Siskiyou Field Institute, Cave Junction, Oregon. Seavy, N.E. 2004. Pittas. Pp. 193-201 in M. Hutchins, D.A. Thoney and M.C. McDade (Eds.), Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 10: Birds III. Gale, Detroit, Michigan. Seavy, N.E. 2004. False Sunbirds and Asities. Pp. 187-191 in M. Hutchins, D.A. Thoney and M.C. McDade (Eds.), Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 10: Birds III. Gale, Detroit, Michigan. Selected Guest Lectures and Presentations Climate models: How do they work and what do they mean for Northern California water? Invited presentation to the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Rosa, California, August 2015. Invited presentation on habitat, biodiversity, and climate change at 2014 Bay Area League Day: A New Vision for Bay Area Open Space, League of Women Voters meeting, Oakland, California, February 2014. Climate change, seabirds, and marine ecosystems: impacts and vulnerabilities. Guest lecture for the Marine Biology course taught by Seabird McKeon, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, March 2011." } ["___content":protected]=> string(109) "

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Dissertation: Effects of disturbance on animal communities: Fire effects on birds in mixed-conifer forest, advised by Dr. Colin Chapman. M.S. (2001). University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida; Zoology. Thesis: Comparative energetics of East African sunbirds and other nectarivorous passserines, advised by Dr. Brian McNab. B.S. (1994). The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington. Research and Work Experience 2009-Present. Research Director of the Pacific Coast and Central Valley Group, Point Blue Conservation Science, Petaluma, California. 2007-2010. Cal-Fed Post-doctoral Fellow, Point Blue Conservation Science and UC Davis, California. 2006-2007. Post-doctoral Research Associate, University of Hawaii, Hilo. 2003. Research Assistant, Department of Zoology, University of Florida, Gainesville. 1998-1999. Field Technician for Sage Science, Madras, Oregon. 1997-1998. Co-director, Kibale Fish and Monkey Project, Kibale National Park, Uganda. 1993-1997. Research Assistant for the Maya Project, Tikal National Park, Guatemala. Professional Activities and Positions Sustainable Conservation Advisory Board Member (2018-Present) Public Policy Institute of California Adjunct Fellow (2018-Present) Public Policy Institute of California Water Policy Research Network Member (2015-Present) Editorial positions: Managing editor, Northwest Fauna (2008 to 2015) Board of editors, Open Ornithology (2007 to 2012) Manuscript reviewer for: Remote Sensing of the Environment, California PIER program, Ibis, Wildlife Biology, Ecological Restoration, Ecosphere, Wildlife Society Bulletin, Animal Conservation, Biological Conservation, Journal of Environmental Management, Open Ornithology, Sensors, Western Birds, Forest Ecology and Management, American Naturalist, Florida Field Naturalist, Journal of Field Ornithology, Global Ecology and Biogeography, Northwestern Naturalist, Conservation Biology, Journal of Wildlife Management, Oxford University Press, Journal of Raptor Research, Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Biotropica, Journal of Mammalogy, Condor, Ostrich Teaching Experience and Student Advising N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 2 Teaching Assistant in Ecology (3 semesters), Avian Biology (3 Semesters), Core Biology (2 semesters), Vertebrate Anatomy (1 semester), Integrative Principles (graduate level, 2 semesters): University of Florida, fall 1999-2006. Graduate student committees: Allison Nelson, master’s student supervised by Dr. Ravinder Seghal at San Francisco State University. Rae Goodman, master’s student supervised by Dr. Gretchen Lebuhn at San Francisco State University. Elizabeth Porzig, PhD student supervised by Dr. John Eadie at UC Davis. Publications Seavy, N.E., D.L. Humple, R.L. Cormier, E.L. Porzig, and T. Gardali. In press. Evidence of climate change impacts on landbirds in western North America: A review and recommendations for future research. Studies of Western Birds. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, B.E. Owens, T. Gardali. 2018. Field evaluation of a simple infiltration test and its relationship with bulk density and soil organic carbon in California rangelands. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73:200-206. Lisovski, S., H. Schmaljohann, E.S. Bridge, S. Bauer, A. Farnsworth, S.A. Gauthreaux, S. Hahn, M.T. Hallworth, C.M. Hewson, J.F. Kelly, and F. Liechti. P.P. Marra, E. Rakhimberdiev, J.D. Ross, N.E. Seavy, M.D. Sumner, C.M. Taylor, D.W. Winkler, and M.B. Wunder. 2018. Inherent limits of light-level geolocation may lead to overinterpretation. Current Biology 28:R99-R100. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, J.M. Eadie, T. Gardali, D.L. Humple, and G.R. Geupel. 2018. There goes the neighborhood: avian nest site selection and reproductive success as local density declines. Condor 120:234-244. Dybala, K.E., N. Clipperton, T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, R. Kelsey, S. Lorenzato, R. Melcer Jr, N.E. Seavy, J.G. Silveira, and G.S. Yarris. 2017. Population and Habitat Objectives for Avian Conservation in California's Central Valley Riparian Ecosystems. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). DiGaudio, R.T., K.E. Dybala, N.E. Seavy, and T. Gardali. 2017. Population and habitat objectives for avian conservation in California’s Central Valley grassland–oak savannah ecosystems. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). Dybala, K.E., N. Clipperton, T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, R. Kelsey, S. Lorenzato, R. Melcer Jr, N.E. Seavy, J.G. Silveira, and G.S. Yarris. 2017. A general framework for setting quantitative population objectives for wildlife conservation. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 15(1). Jahn, A.E., N.E. Seavy, V. Bejarano, M. Benavides Guzmán, I.C. Carvalho Provinciato, M.A. Pizo, and M. MacPherson. 2016. Intra-tropical migration and wintering areas of Forktailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus savana) breeding in São Paulo, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 24:116-121. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, J.M. Eadie, D.L. Humple, G.R. Geupel, and T. Gardali. 2016. Interspecific interactions, population variation, and environmental forcing in the context of the community. Ecosphere 7:e01349. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 3 Nelson, A.R., R.L. Cormier, D.L. Humple, J. C. Scullen, R. Sehgal, N.E. Seavy. 2016. Migration patterns of San Francisco Bay Area Hermit Thrushes differ across a fine spatial scale. Animal Migration 3:1-13. Jiménez, J.E., A.E. Jahn, R. Rozzi, and N.E. Seavy. 2016. First documented migration of individual White-crested Elaenias (Elaenia albiceps chilensis) in South America. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128:413-419. McKeon, C.S., M.X. Weber, S.E. Alter, N.E. Seavy, E.D. Crandall, D. Barshis, E.D. FechterLeggett, K.L.L. Oleson. 2016. Melting barriers to faunal exchange across ocean basins. Global Change Biology 22:465-473. DiGaudio, R.T., K. Kreitinger, C.M. Hickey, T. Gardali, and N.E. Seavy. 2015. Private lands habitat programs benefit California's native birds. California Agriculture 69:210-220. Rakhimberdiev, E., D.W. Winkler, E. Bridge, N.E. Seavy, D. Sheldon, T. Piersma, and A. Saveliev. 2015. A Hidden Markov model for reconstructing animal paths from solar geolocation loggers using templates for light intensity. Movement Ecology 3:25. Sarr, D., A. Duff, E.C. Dinger, S.L. Shafer, M. Wing, N.E. Seavy, and J.D. Alexander. 2015. Comparing ecoregional classifications for natural area management in the Klamath Region, U.S.A. Natural Areas Journal 35:360-377. Stephens, J.L., I.J. Ausprey, N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander. 2015. Response of a mixed broadleafconifer forest bird community to fire severity nine years post wildfire in Southwestern Oregon. Condor 117:430-446. Dettling, M.D., N.E. Seavy, C.A. Howell, and T. Gardali. 2015. Current status of Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo along the Sacramento and Feather rivers, California. PLoS ONE 10: e0125198. Kellermann, J.L., C.A.F. Enquist, D.L. Humple, N.E. Seavy, A. Rosemartin, R.L. Cormier, and L. Barnett. 2015. A Bird’s-Eye View of the USA National Phenology Network: An Off-theShelf Monitoring Program. Studies in Avian Biology 47:47-60. Henneman, C., N.E. Seavy, and T. Gardali. 2014. Restoring native perennial grasses by changing grazing practices in Central Coastal California. Ecological Restoration 32: 352-354. Dybala, K.E., N.E. Seavy, M.D. Dettling, M. Gilbert, R. Melcer, and T. Gardali. 2014. Does restored riparian habitat create ecological traps for riparian birds through increased Brown-headed Cowbird nest parasitism? Ecological Restoration 32: 239-248. Porzig, E.L., N.E. Seavy, T. Gardali, G.R. Geupel, M. Holyoak, and J.M. Eadie. 2014. Habitat suitability through time: using time series and habitat models to understand changes in bird density. Ecosphere 5: art12. Seavy, N.E. and J.D. Alexander. 2014. Songbird response to wildfire in mixed-conifer forest in southwestern Oregon. International Journal of Wildland Fire 23:246-258. Dybala, K.E., J.M. Eadie, T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy, M.P. Herzog. 2013. Projecting demographic responses to climate change: adult and juvenile survival respond differently to direct and indirect effects of weather in a passerine population. Global Change Biology 19: 2688–2697. Cormier, R.L., D.L. Humple, T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy. 2013. Light-level geolocators reveal strong migratory connectivity and within winter movements for a coastal California Swainson’s Thrush population. Auk 130:283-290. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 4 Contina, A., E.S. Bridge, N.E. Seavy, J.M. Duckles, and J.F. Kelly. 2013. Using geologgers to investigate bimodal isotope patterns in Painted Buntings (Passerina ciris). Auk 130:265-272. Seavy, N.E., R. Burnett, and P. Taille. 2012. Black-backed Woodpecker nest tree selection in burned areas of the Sierra Nevada, California. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:722-728. Seavy, N.E., T. Gardali, G. H. Golet, D. Jongsomjit, R. Kelsey, S. Matsumoto, S. Paine, and D. Stralberg. 2012. Integrating avian habitat distribution models into a conservation planning framework for the San Joaquin River, California. Natural Areas Journal 32:420426. Seavy, N.E., and T. Gardali. 2012. Developing a riparian bird index to communicate restoration success in Marin County, California. Ecological Restoration 30:157-160. Hatfield, J., M. Reynolds, N.E. Seavy, C. Krause. 2012. Population dynamics of Hawaiian seabird colonies vulnerable to sea-level rise. Conservation Biology 26:667–678. Seavy, N.E., D.L. Humple, R.L. Cormier, and T. Gardali. 2012. Establishing the breeding provenance of a temperate-wintering North American passerine, the Golden-crowned Sparrow, using light-level geolocation. PLoS ONE 7: e34886. Gardali, T., R. DiGaudio, N.E. Seavy, and L. Comrack. 2012. A climate change vulnerability assessment of California’s at-risk birds. PLoS ONE 7: e29507. Goodman, R.E., G. Lebuhn, N.E. Seavy, T. Gardali, and J. Bluso-Dembers. 2011. Avian body size changes and climate change: warming or increasing variability? Global Change Biology 18:63–73. Elrod, M.L., N.E. Seavy, R.L. Cormier, and T. Gardali. 2011. Incidence of eccentric molt in first-year Wrentits increases with fledge date. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:325-332. Wiens, J.A., N.E. Seavy, and D. Jongsomjit. 2011. Protected areas in climate space: What will the future bring? Biological Conservation 144: 2119–2125. Seavy N.E. and J.D. Alexander. 2011. Interactive effects of vegetation structure and composition describe bird habitat associations in mixed broadleaf-conifer forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:344–352. Seavy, N.E. and C.A. Howell. 2010. How can we improve delivery of decision support tools for conservation and restoration? Biodiversity and Conservation 19:1261–1267. Seavy, N.E. 2009. Bird use of banana plantations adjacent to Kibale National Park, Uganda: Evaluating the conservation value of a matrix habitat. Journal of East African Natural History 98:211-222. Seavy, N.E., J.H. Viers, and J.K. Wood. 2009. Riparian bird response to vegetation structure: A multiscale analysis using LiDAR measurements of canopy height. Ecological Applications 19:1848-1857. Jennings, S., T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy, and G.R. Geupel. 2009. Evaluating effects of mist netting on reproductive performance of two passerines. Condor 111:488-496. Seavy, N.E., and M.H. Reynolds. 2009. Counting breeding seabirds: A test of metrics using Red-tailed Tropicbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:297-302. Seavy, N.E., T. Gardali, G.H. Golet, F.T. Griggs, C.A. Howell, T.R. Kelsey, S. Small, J.H. Viers, J.F. Weigand. 2009. Why climate change makes riparian restoration more important than ever. Ecological Restoration 27:330-338. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 5 Seavy, N.E., M.H. Reynolds, W.A. Link, and J.S. Hatfield. 2009. Postcatastrophe population dynamics and density dependence of an endemic island duck. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:414-418. Seavy, N.E., J.D. Alexander, and P.E. Hosten. 2008. Bird community composition after mechanical mastication fuel treatments in southwest Oregon oak woodland and chaparral. Forest Ecology and Management 256:774-778. Camp, R.J., N.E. Seavy, P.M. Gorresen, and M.H. Reynolds. 2008. A statistical test to show negligible trend: comment. Ecology 89:1469-1472. Reynolds, M.H., N.E. Seavy, M.S. Vekasy, J.L. Klavitter, and L.P. Laniawe. 2008. Translocation and early post-release demography of endangered Laysan Teal. Animal Conservation 11:160-168. Seavy, N.E., K.E. Dybala, and M.A. Snyder. 2008. Climate models and ornithology. Auk 125:1-10. Alexander, J.D., J.L. Stephens, and N.E. Seavy. 2008. Livestock utilization and bird community composition in mixed-conifer forest and oak woodland in southern Oregon. Northwest Science 82:7-17. Seavy, N.E. and M.H. Reynolds. 2007. Is statistical power to detect trends a good assessment of population monitoring? Biological Conservation 140:187-191. Alexander, J.D., N.E. Seavy, and P.E. Hosten. 2007. Using taxa-based conservations plans to evaluate ecological effects of fire management: Insights from bird monitoring in oak woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 238:375-383. Seavy, N.E., and B.K. McNab. 2007. Energetics of East African pycnonotids. Biotropica 39:114-119. Seavy, N.E. 2006. Physiological correlates of habitat association in an East African sunbird (Nectariniidae) community. Journal of Zoology 270:290-297. Alexander, J.D., N.E. Seavy, C.J. Ralph, and B. Hogoboom. 2006. Vegetation and topographical correlates of fire severity from two fires in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of Oregon and California. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:237-245. Huff, M.H., N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Fire and birds in the maritime Pacific Northwest. Studies in Avian Biology 30:46-62. Quader, S., K. Isavaran, R.E. Hale, B.G. Miner, and N.E. Seavy. 2004. Nonlinear relationships and phylogenetic independent contrasts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17:709-715. Seavy, N.E. 2004. Environmental correlates of African Wood Owl calling activity in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 38:208-213. Pomeroy, D., and N.E. Seavy. 2004. Surveys of Great Crested Grebes Podiceps cristatus and other waterbirds on the Kasenda Cluster of crater lakes in western Uganda. Journal of East African Natural History 92:49-62. Seavy, N.E. and C.K. Apodaca. 2002. Relative abundance and habitat use of raptors in a highly disturbed forest landscape in western Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 36:51-57. Seavy, N.E., C.K. Apodaca, S.R. Balcomb. 2001. Associations of Crested Guineafowl (Guttera pucherani) and monkeys in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Ibis 143:310-312. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 6 Seavy, N.E. 2000. Observations at an Ayres Hawk Eagle nest in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Journal of Raptor Research 34:59-60. Schulze, M.D., N.E. Seavy, and D.F. Whitacre. 2000. A comparison of the phyllostomid bat assemblages in undisturbed neotropical forest and in forest fragments in a slash-and-burn farming mosaic in Petén, Guatemala. Biotropica 32:174-184. Schulze, M.D., J.L. Cordóva, N.E. Seavy, and D.F. Whitacre. 2000. Behavior, diet, and breeding biology of Double-toothed Kites at a Guatemalan lowland site. Condor 102:113126. Seavy, N.E. and R. Gerhardt. 1998. Breeding biology and nestling diet of the Great BlackHawk. Journal of Raptor Research 32: 175-177. Seavy, N.E., D.F. Whitacre, and M. Córdova A. 1998. A first record of the Speckled Mourner for the Petén Department of Guatemala. Ornitologia Neotropical 8: 245-246. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, D.F. Whitacre, and M. Vasquez. 1998. The breeding biology and behavior of the Plumbeous Kite. Wilson Bulletin 110: 77-85. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, D.F. Whitacre, and M. Vasquez. 1997. Diet and hunting behavior of the Plumbeous Kite. Wilson Bulletin 109: 526-532. Seavy, N.E., M.D. Schulze, and D.F. Whitacre. 1997. Two Plumbeous Kites capture swallow. Journal of Raptor Research 31: 289. Seavy, N.E. and A.J. Baker. 1996. Observations of Black-billed Magpies "ice-fishing" for aquatic insects. Northwestern Naturalist 77: 22. Other Reports and Book Chapters Hanak, E., J.R. Lund, B. Arnold, A. Escriva-Bou, B. Gray, S. Green, T. Harter, R. Howitt, D. MacEwan, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, N. Seavy. 2017. Water atress and a changing San Joaquin Valley. Public Policy Institute of California. Mount, J., B. Gray, C. Chappelle, T. Grantham, P. Moyle, N. Seavy, L. Szeptycki, B. Thompson. 2017. Managing California’s feshwater ecosystems: Lessons from the 2012– 2016 drought. Public Policy Institute of California. Mount, J., B. Gray, C. Chappelle, J. Doolan, T. Grantham, and N. Seavy. 2016. Managing water for the environment during drought: Lessons from Victoria, Australia. Public Policy Institute of California. Hanak, E., J. Mount, C. Chappelle, J. Lund, J. Medellín-Azuara, P. Moyle, and N. Seavy. 2015. What If California’s Drought Continues? Public Policy Institute of California. Seavy, N.E., and J.D. Alexander. 2006. Measuring ecological effects of prescribed fire using birds as indicators of forest conditions. Pages 593-603 in P. L. Andrews and B. W. Butler (Eds.) Fuels Management—How to Measure Success: Conference Proceedings. USDA Forest Service Publication RMRS-P-41. Seavy, N.E., S. Quader, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Generalized linear models and point count data: statistical considerations for the design and analysis of monitoring studies. Pages 744-753 in C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. N. E. Seavy, Curriculum Vitae, page 7 Alexander, J.D., C.J. Ralph, B. Hogoboom, N.E. Seavy, and S. Janes. 2004. Understanding effects of fire suppression, fuels treatment, and wildfire on bird communities in the Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion. Pp. 42-66 in K. L. Mergenthaler, J. E. Williams, and E. S. Jules (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology. Siskiyou Field Institute, Cave Junction, Oregon. Seavy, N.E. 2004. Pittas. Pp. 193-201 in M. Hutchins, D.A. Thoney and M.C. McDade (Eds.), Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 10: Birds III. Gale, Detroit, Michigan. Seavy, N.E. 2004. False Sunbirds and Asities. Pp. 187-191 in M. Hutchins, D.A. Thoney and M.C. McDade (Eds.), Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 10: Birds III. Gale, Detroit, Michigan. Selected Guest Lectures and Presentations Climate models: How do they work and what do they mean for Northern California water? Invited presentation to the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Rosa, California, August 2015. Invited presentation on habitat, biodiversity, and climate change at 2014 Bay Area League Day: A New Vision for Bay Area Open Space, League of Women Voters meeting, Oakland, California, February 2014. Climate change, seabirds, and marine ecosystems: impacts and vulnerabilities. Guest lecture for the Marine Biology course taught by Seabird McKeon, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, March 2011." 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