Publications


14. J.X. Wu, B.L. Bateman, P.J. Heglund, L. Taylor, A.J. Allstadt, D. Granfors, H. Westerkam, N.L. Michel, and C.B. Wilsey. 2022. U.S. National Wildlife Refuge System likely to see regional and seasonal species turnover in bird assemblages under a 2°C warming scenario. Ornithological Applications. [pdf]

13. Gahbauer, M.A., S.R. Parker, J.X. Wu, C. Harpur, B.L. Bateman, D.M. Whitaker, D.P. Tate, L. Taylor, and D. Lepage. 2022. Projected changes in bird assemblages due to climate change in a Canadian system of protected areas. PLOS ONE 17(1):e0262116. [pdf]

12. Saunders, S.P., T.D. Meehan, N.L. Michel, B.L. Bateman, W. DeLuca, J.L. Deppe, J. Grand, G.S. LeBaron, L. Taylor, H. Westerkam, J.X. Wu, and C.B. Wilsey. 2022. Unraveling a century of global impacts on winter bird distributions in the eastern United States. Global Change Biology 28:2221–2235. [pdf] [press]

11. Saunders, S.P., J.X. Wu, E.A. Gow, E. Adams, B.L. Bateman, T. Bayard, S. Beilke, A.A. Dayer, A.M.V. Fournier, K. Fox, P. Heglund, S.B. Lerman, N.L. Michel, E.H. Paxton, Ç.H. Şekercioğlu, M.A. Smith, W. Thogmartin, M.S. Woodrey, and C. van Riper III. 2021. Bridging the research-implementation gap in avian conservation with translational ecology. Ornithological Applications 123:1–13. [pdf] [press]

10. Bateman, B.L., L. Taylor, C. Wilsey, J. Wu, G.S. LeBaron, and G. Langham. 2020. Risk to North American birds from climate change-related threats. Conservation Science and Practice 2:e243. [pdf]

9. Bateman, B.L., C. Wilsey, L. Taylor, J. Wu, G.S. LeBaron, and G. Langham. 2020. North American birds require mitigation and adaptation to reduce vulnerability to climate change. Conservation Science and Practice 2:e242. [pdf] [website] [press]

8. Grand, J., S.P. Saunders, N.L. Michel, L. Elliot, S. Beilke, A. Bracey, T.M. Gehring, E.E. Gnass Giese, R.W. Howe, B. Kasberg, N. Miller, G.J. Niemi, C.J. Norment, D.C. Tozer, J. Wu, and C. Wilsey. 2020. Prioritizing coastal wetlands for marsh bird conservation in the U.S. Great Lakes. Biological Conservation 249:108708. [pdf] [press]

7. Siegel, R.B., S.A. Eyes, M.W. Tingley, J.X. Wu, S.L. Stock, J.R. Medley, R.S. Kalinowski, A. Casas, M. Lima-Baumbach, and A.C. Rich. 2019. Short-term resilience of Great Gray Owls to a megafire in California, USA. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 121:1. [pdf] [press]

6. Grand, J., C. Wilsey, J.X. Wu, and N.M. Michel. 2019. The future of North American grassland birds: Incorporating persistent and emergent threats into full annual cycle conservation priorities. Conservation Science and Practice 2019:e20. [pdf] [press]

5. Wu, J.X., C.B. Wilsey, L. Taylor, G.W. Schuurman. 2018. Projected avifaunal responses to climate change across the U.S. National Park System. PLOS ONE 13(3):e0190557. [pdf] [website] [press]

4. Polasik, J. S., J.X. Wu, K.N. Roberts, and R.B. Siegel. 2016. Great Gray Owls Nesting in Atypical, Low-Elevation Habitat in the Sierra Nevada, California. Journal of Raptor Research 50:194–206. [pdf]

3. Wu, J.X., R.B. Siegel, H.L. Loffland, M.W. Tingley, S.L. Stock, K.N. Roberts, J.J. Keane, J.R. Medley, R. Bridgman, C. Stermer. 2015. Diversity of Great Gray Owl Nest Sites and Nesting Habitats in California. Journal of Wildlife Management 79:937–947. [pdf] [website]

2. Aslan, A., P. Hart, J. Wu, and C.E. Aslan. 2014. Evaluating the qualitative effectiveness of a novel pollinator: a case study of two endemic Hawaiian plants. Biotropica 46:732–739. [pdf]

1. Wu, J.X, D.M. Delparte, and P.J. Hart. 2014. Movement patterns of a native and non-native frugivore in Hawaii and implications for seed dispersal. Biotropica 46:175–182. [pdf]

Wu, J.X. 2012. Movement patterns of the ‘Ōma‘o and Japanese White-eye and implications for seed dispersal in Hawai‘i. M.S. Thesis, University of Hawaii, Hilo. [pdf]