ArcGIS Tools

Albeke SE, Nibbelink NP, Mu L and Ellsworth DJ (2009) Boundary Convexity Tool. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Available from http://arcscripts.esri.com/details.asp?dbid=16165

Albeke SE, Nibbelink NP (2009) Estimate Fractal Dimension of a Line Segment. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Available from http://arcscripts.esri.com/details.asp?dbid=16580

Albeke SE (2009) Iterative Zonal Statistics Tool. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Available from http://arcscripts.esri.com/details.asp?dbid=16575

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Peters, V.E., and N. Nibbelink. 2011. The value of fruit security for the conservation of a neotropical frugivore in human-dominated landscapes. Biodiversity and Conservation 20(9):2041-2055.

Kiesecker, J.M, J.S. Evans, J. Fargione, K. Doherty, K.R. Foresman, T.H. Kunz, D. Naugle, N.P. Nibbelink, and N.D. Niemuth. 2011. Win-win for wind and wildlife: a vision to facilitate sustainable development. PLoS ONE 6(4): e17566. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0017566.

Albeke, SE, N.P. Nibbelink, L Mu, and DJ Ellsworth. 2010. Measuring boundary convexity at multiple spatial scales using a linear moving-window: an application to coastal river otter habitat selection. Landscape Ecology 25:1575-1587.

Milanovich, J.R., Peterman, W.E., Nibbelink, N.P. and Maerz, J.C. 2010. Projected loss of a salamander diversity hotspot as a consequence of projected global climate change: factors that influence predicted suitable habitat loss. PLoS ONE 5(8): e12189. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0012189.

Roe, A.M., C.B. Meyer, N.P. Nibbelink, and M. Ben-David. 2010. Differential production of trees and shrubs in response to fertilization and disturbance by coastal river otters in Alaska. Ecology 91:3177–3188.

Worsham, L., D. Markewitz, N. Nibbelink. 2010. Incorporating spatial dependence into estimates of soil carbon contents under different landcovers. Soil Science Soc. of America Journal 74:635-646.

Bettinger, P, T Lowe, J Siry, KL Merry, and N Nibbelink. 2010. Analytical decision-making considerations for upgrading or changing GIS software. Journal of Forestry 108(55):238-244.

Kiesecker, JM, H Copeland, A Pocewicz, N Nibbelink, B McKenney, J Dahlke, M Holloran, and D Stroud. 2009. A framework for implementing biodiversity offsets: selecting sites and determining scale. BioScience 59:77-84.

Morse, BW, NP Nibbelink, DA Osborn, and KV Miller. 2009. Home range and habitat selection of an insular fallow deer (Dama dama l.) population on Little St. Simons Island, Georgia, U.S.A. European Journal of Wildlife Research 55:325-332.

Wilson, J, NP Nibbelink, and D Peterson. 2009. Thermal tolerance experiments help establish survival probabilities for tilapia, a group of potentially invasive aquatic species. Freshwater Biology 54:1642-1650.

McAbee, K, S Albeke, and NP Nibbelink. 2008. Improving imperiled species management through spatially explicit decision tools. In Proceedings of the 6 th Southern Forestry & Natural Resources GIS Conference (2008). P. Bettinger, K. Merry, S. Fei, J. Drake, N. Nibbelink, and J. Hepinstall, eds. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. http://www.soforgis.net/2008/presentations/196_McAbee.pdf

Manangan, JS, SH Schweitzer, N Nibbelink, MJ Yabsley, S Gibbs, and MC Wimberly. 2008. Habitat factors influencing distributions of Anaplasma phagocytophilum and Ehrlichia chaffeensis in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. In press. Journal of Vector-Borne Zoonotic Diseases 8(1):1-11.

Merry, K, Bettinger, P, Clutter, M, Hepinstall, J, Nibbelink, NP 2007. An assessment of geographic information systems (GIS) skills employed by field-level natural resource managers. Journal of Forestry 105(7):364-370.

Belica, LT, and Nibbelink, NP 2006. Mountain sucker (Catostomus platyrhynchus): a technical conservation assessment. [Online]. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region. Avail: http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/projects/scp/assessments/mountainsucker.pdf

Bedessem, ME, Casey, B, Frederick, K, and Nibbelink, NP 2005. Aquifer prioritization for ambient groundwater monitoring. Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 25:150-158.

Rahel, FJ, and NP Nibbelink. 1999. Spatial patterns in relations among brown trout (Salmo trutta) distribution, summer air temperature, and stream size in Rocky Mountain streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56(Supplement 1):43-51.

Nibbelink, N.P., and S.R. Carpenter. 1998. Interlake variation in growth and size structure of bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus): inverse analysis of an individual-based model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55:387-396.

Olson, M.H., S.R. Carpenter, P. Cunningham, S. Gafny, B. Herwig, N.P. Nibbelink, T. Pellett, C. Storlie, A. Trebitz, and K. Wilson. 1998. Managing macrophytes to improve fish growth: a multi-lake experiment. Fisheries 23(2):6-12.

Carpenter, S.R., M. Olson, P. Cunningham, S. Gafny, N. Nibbelink, T. Pellett, C. Storlie, A. Trebitz, and K. Wilson. 1998. Macrophyte structure and growth of bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus): design of a multi-lake experiment. Pp. 217-226 in E. Jeppesen, Ma. Sondergaard, Mo. Sondergaard, and K. Christoffersen (eds.), The Structuring Role of Submerged Macrophytes in Lakes. Springer Verlag, Berlin .

Trebitz, A.S. and N. Nibbelink. 1996. Effect of pattern of vegetation removal on growth of bluegill: a simple model. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53:1844-1851.

De Stasio, B.T. Jr., D.K. Hill, J.M. Kleinhans, N.P. Nibbelink, and J.J. Magnuson. 1996. Potential effects of global climate change on small north-temperate lakes: physics, fish, and plankton. Limnology and Oceanography 41:1136-1149.

Carpenter, S.R., P. Cunningham, S. Gafny, A. Muñoz-del-Rio, M. Olson, N. Nibbelink, T. Pellett, C. Storlie, and A. Trebitz. 1995. Responses of bluegill to habitat manipulations: power to detect effects. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 15:519-527.

De Stasio, B.T. Jr., N. Nibbelink, and P. Olsen. 1993. Diel vertical migration and global climate change: a dynamic modeling approach to zooplankton behavior. Proceedings of the International Association for Theoretical and Applied Limnology 25:401-405.