Phil Nott, The Institute for Bird Populations

Research Ecologist with The Institute for Bird Populations
Member since Nov 17, 2010 (last logged in Feb 8, 2014)
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I'm a research ecologist and program director at the Institute for Bird Populations. My major role is researching the  Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) landbird monitoring database towards providing management models to land stewards.

I have conducted three regional analyses of MAPS data collected on managed lands of

Department of Defense - mainly south-central and eastern states.
US Forest Service - USFS Region Six (WA/OR) and forests of northern California
US Fish and Wildlife Region 3 (Midwest) - MAPS as part of Coordinated Bird Monitoring in the Midwest

supplemented by data collected by many other partners.
Level of Education:
PhD
Years of Experience:
11 - 20 years
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Blue-winged Warbler - MAPS monitoring across USFWS Region 3 (Midwest)
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MAPS results for Blue-winged Warbler
Recommended citation: Nott, M. P. 2011. Mapping landbird diversity and population performance measures across the Midwest landscape – an analysis of long-term Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) data. A report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Region 3. [September 30, 2011].

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