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Brian W. Rolek

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    Research interests

    geographyconservationphilosophy of sciencestatisticsEcology

    About

    I'm currently researching forestry and its effects on avian communities with an ancillary program in statistics. I am interested in large-scale ecological and evolutionary patterns and how these apply to local systems.

    Co-authors (18)

    Publications (5)

    • Landscape capability models as a tool to predict fine-scale forest bird occupancy and abundance

      • Loman Z
      • Deluca W
      • Harrison D
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    • Regenerating clearcuts combined with postharvest forestry treatments promote habitat for breeding and post-breeding spruce-fir avian assemblages in the Atlantic Northern Forest

      • Rolek B
      • Harrison D
      • Loftin C
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    • Successful enhancement of Ridgway’s Hawk populations through recruitment of translocated birds

      • McClure C
      • Rolek B
      • Hayes T
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    • Risk from cattle trampling to nests of an endangered passerine evaluated using artificial nest experiments and simulations

      • Rolek B
      • Schrott G
      • Poulton D
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    • Evidence suggesting that Ivory-billed Woodpeckers (Campephilus principalis) exist in Florida

      • Hill G
      • Mennill D
      • Rolek B
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    Professional experience

    Research Assistant

    Archbold Biological Station

    November 2009 - August 2012(3 years)

    Education

    Ph.D. in progress

    University of Maine

    August 2012 - August 2013(a year)

    Master of Science

    Auburn University

    August 2006 - December 2009(3 years)

    Bachelor of Science

    The University of Massachusetts at Amherst

    August 1998 - May 2003(5 years)