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Jason Bried
Jason Bried
Research Scientist, Illinois Natural History Survey, Prairie Research Institute
Verified email at illinois.edu
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Sociality, density‐dependence and microclimates determine the persistence of populations suffering from a novel fungal disease, white‐nose syndrome
KE Langwig, WF Frick, JT Bried, AC Hicks, TH Kunz, A Marm Kilpatrick
Ecology Letters 15 (9), 1050-1057, 2012
4522012
Dragonflies and damselflies: model organisms for ecological and evolutionary research
A Córdoba-Aguilar, C Beatty, JT Bried
Oxford University Press, 2023
2772023
Adult Odonata conservatism as an indicator of freshwater wetland condition
TE Kutcher, JT Bried
Ecological Indicators 38, 31-39, 2014
1312014
Evaluating non-native species and wetland indicator status as components of wetlands floristic assessment
GN Ervin, BD Herman, JT Bried, DC Holly
Wetlands 26 (4), 1114-1129, 2006
922006
Monitoring butterfly abundance: beyond Pollard walks
J Pellet, JT Bried, D Parietti, A Gander, PO Heer, D Cherix, R Arlettaz
PLoS One 7, e41396, 2012
902012
Umbrella potential of plants and dragonflies for wetland conservation: a quantitative case study using the umbrella index
JT Bried, BD Herman, GN Ervin
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (4), 833-842, 2007
902007
A critique of the dragonfly delusion hypothesis: why sampling exuviae does not avoid bias
JT Bried, F D’AMICO, MJ Samways
Insect Conservation and Diversity 5 (5), 398-402, 2012
752012
Large-scale probabilistic identification of boreal peatlands using Google Earth Engine, open-access satellite data, and machine learning
ER DeLancey, J Kariyeva, JT Bried, JN Hird
PloS one 14 (6), e0218165, 2019
672019
A review of odonatology in freshwater applied ecology and conservation science
JT Bried, MJ Samways
Freshwater Science 34 (3), 1023-1031, 2015
672015
Why do bugs perish? Range size and local vulnerability traits as surrogates of Odonata extinction risk
M Rocha-Ortega, P Rodríguez, J Bried, J Abbott, A Córdoba-Aguilar
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1924), 20192645, 2020
662020
Floristic quality assessment signals human disturbance over natural variability in a wetland system
JT Bried, SK Jog, JW Matthews
Ecological Indicators 34, 260-267, 2013
602013
Abundance patterns of dragonflies along a wetland buffer
JT Bried, GN Ervin
Wetlands 26 (3), 878-883, 2006
552006
Coefficients of conservatism for the vascular flora of New York and New England: inter-state comparisons and expert opinion bias
JT Bried, KL Strout, T Portante
Northeastern Naturalist 19 (Special Issue 6), 101-114, 2012
492012
Optimal design of butterfly occupancy surveys and testing if occupancy converts to abundance for sparse populations
JT Bried, J Pellet
Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (4), 489-499, 2012
472012
Bias of reduced‐effort community surveys for adult Odonata of lentic waters
JT Bried, BJ Hager, PD Hunt, JN Fox, HJ Jensen, KM Vowels
Insect Conservation and Diversity 5 (3), 213-222, 2012
452012
Distribution of adult Odonata among localized wetlands in east-central Mississippi
JT Bried, GN Ervin
Southeastern naturalist 4 (4), 731-744, 2005
442005
Towards global volunteer monitoring of odonate abundance
J Bried, L Ries, B Smith, M Patten, J Abbott, J Ball-Damerow, R Cannings, ...
BioScience 70 (10), 914-923, 2020
392020
Criteria to infer local species residency in standardized adult dragonfly surveys
JT Bried, AM Dillon, BJ Hager, MA Patten, B Luttbeg
Freshwater Science 34 (3), 1105-1113, 2015
362015
National review of state wildlife action plans for Odonata species of greatest conservation need
JT Bried, CA Mazzacano
Insect Conservation and Diversity 3 (2), 61-71, 2010
352010
Survey data matter: predicted niche of adult vs breeding Odonata
MA Patten, JT Bried, BD Smith-Patten
Freshwater Science 34 (3), 1114-1122, 2015
322015
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