Gilbert, S., C.T. Lamb, K. Broadly, D. Doran-Myers, A. Droghini, J.A. Haines, A. Hämäläinen, E. Neilson, S. Boutin. 2019. When to let it go: trailing-edge triage for effective biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology.
Keefe, R., A. Wempe, R. Becker, E. Zimbleman, E. Nagler, S. Gilbert, C. Caudhill. 2019. Positioning methods and the use of location and activity data in forests. Forests.
Sivy, K., P. Mahoney, T. Ganz, M. Ditmer, M. van de Kerk, S. Gilbert, R. Montgomery, L. Prugh. 2019. Designing predation risk studies for improved inference in carnivore-ungulate systems. Biological Conservation.
Brown, C., K. Kielland, T. Brinkman, S. Gilbert, E. Euskirchen. 2018. Resource selection and movement of male moose in response to varying levels of vehicle access during hunting season. Ecosphere.
Lamb, C., S. Gilbert, A. Ford. 2018. Tweet success? Alternative metrics of scientific impact in ecology and conservation. PeerJ.
Lamb, C., S. Gilbert, G. Mowat, S.E. Nielson, S. Boutin, B. McLellan. 2017. Density-dependent signaling: An alternative hypothesis on the function of chemical signaling in a non-territorial solitary carnivore. PLoS ONE.
Gilbert, S., M. Boyce, K. Hundertmark, D.K. Person, P. Barboza, M. Lindberg. 2017. Behavioral plasticity in a variable environment: Snow depth and habitat interactions drive deer movement in winter. Journal of Mammalogy.
Hämäläinen, A, Broadly, K., Doran-Myers, D., Droghini, A., Haines, J.A.., Lamb, C.T., Neilson, E., Boutin, S, Gilbert, S. 2017. The ecological significance of secondary seed dispersal by predators. Ecosphere.
Serrouya, R., Gilbert, S., McNay, S., McLellan, B., Heard, D., Seip, D., Boutin, S. 2016. Comparing population growth rates between census and recruitment-mortality models: implications for monitoring cryptic species. Journal of Wildlife Management.
Gilbert, S., A. DuBour, K. Overduijn, C.B. Pozzanghera, K.J. Sivy, M.M. Smith, J.K. Zhou, J.M. Little, L.R. Prugh. 2016. Socioeconomic effects of large carnivore restoration in the eastern United States. Conservation Letters.
Christie, K.S., S. Gilbert, C. Brown, M. Hatfield. 2016. Unmanned aerial systems in wildlife research: Current and future applications of a transformative technology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Gilbert, S. 2016. Bald eagle predation on Sitka black-tailed deer fawns. Northwestern Naturalist.
Gilbert, S., M. Lindberg, K. Hundertmark, D.K. Person. 2014. Dead before detection: Addressing the effects of left truncation on survival estimation and ecological inference for neonates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Grovenburg, T., K. Monteith, C. Jacques, R. Klaver, C. DePerno, T. Brinkman, S. Gilbert, V. Bleich, C. Swanson, J. Jenks. 2014. Re-evaluating neonatal age models for ungulates: Does model choice affect survival estimates? PLoS ONE.
PUBLICATIONS IN REVIEW:
Levi, T.; G. Hilderbrand, M. Hocking, K. White, M. Adams, J. Armstrong, A. Crupi, C. Darimont, W. Deacy, S. Gilbert, T. Quinn, W. Ripple, Y. Shakerti, R. Wheat, C. Wilmers. In review. Interaction ecology and the conservation of bear-salmon ecosystems. Bioscience.
Carter, N., M.A. Williamson, S. Gilbert, S.A. Lischka, L.R. Prugh, J.J. Lawler, A.L. Metcalf, A.Jacob, B.J. Beltran, A.J. Castro, A. Sage, M. Burham. In review. Integrated spatial analysis for human-wildlife coexistence. Environmental Research Letters.
Hotaling, S., T.C. Bartholomaus, S.L. Gilbert. In review. Rolling stones gather moss: movement and longevity of moss balls on an Alaskan glacier. Polar Biology.
Boutin, S., R. Serrouya, and S. Gilbert. In review. The large landscape challenge: conserving small populations with big habitat needs. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Gilbert, S., M. Lindberg, T. Haynes, M. Kissling, D. Albert. 2015. Future population trends and drivers of change for Alexander Archipelago wolves on and near Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. Final Report to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Anchorage, AK.
Gilbert, S. 2015. Environmental drivers of deer population dynamics and spatial selection in Southeast Alaska. Dissertation, University of Alaska, Department of Biology and Wildlife.