BayneLestonLisaEtAl2016

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Bayne, E., Leston, L., Lisa Mahon, C., Solymos, P., Machtans, C., Lankau, H., Ball, J.R., Van Wilgenburg, S.L., Cumming, S.G., Fontaine, T., Schmiegelow, F.K.A., Song, S.J. (2016) Boreal bird abundance estimates within different energy sector disturbances vary with point count radius. Condor, 118(2):376-390. (Scopus )

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Responses of boreal birds to changes in forest structure and composition caused by construction of well pads, seismic lines, and pipelines are poorly understood. Bird species associated with older forests are predicted to experience larger population declines with increased disturbance compared with species associated with younger or open habitats; however, point count methods may influence apparent outcomes because the proportional area of disturbed vegetation and the magnitude, uncertainty, and detection of a disturbance response by birds vary as a function of sampling area. We analyzed point count data from 12 energy sector studies and measured how disturbance type and point count radius interacted to affect 531 impact ratios (mean abundance at point counts centered within disturbances relative to abundance at point counts within forest 150-400 m from the nearest edge bordering those disturbances [59 species∗3 disturbance types∗3 point count radii]). We observed larger disturbance effects (impact ratios) within larger-radius point counts at well pads (100-m and unlimited-distance) and pipelines (unlimited-distance) compared with 50-m point counts at seismic lines, and within 50-m point counts at well pads relative to 50-m point counts at seismic lines. Effect uncertainty was higher at well pads and pipelines than seismic lines, and lower within larger-radius point counts. The probability of detecting a disturbance response was greater for larger-radius point counts at pipelines than for 50-m point counts at seismic lines, and within 50-m point counts at well pads relative to 50-m point counts at seismic lines. On average, a species was more likely to increase in abundance near an energy sector disturbance if the species was not associated with older (.75 yr) forest stages. While the effects of disturbance varied by species and with disturbance type, the effects of pipelines and seismic lines were better detected by largerradius point counts, while the effects of well pads were better detected by smaller-radius point counts. © 2016 Cooper Ornithological Society.

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@ARTICLE { BayneLestonLisaEtAl2016,
    AUTHOR = { Bayne, E. and Leston, L. and Lisa Mahon, C. and Solymos, P. and Machtans, C. and Lankau, H. and Ball, J.R. and Van Wilgenburg, S.L. and Cumming, S.G. and Fontaine, T. and Schmiegelow, F.K.A. and Song, S.J. },
    TITLE = { Boreal bird abundance estimates within different energy sector disturbances vary with point count radius },
    JOURNAL = { Condor },
    YEAR = { 2016 },
    VOLUME = { 118 },
    PAGES = { 376-390 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    NOTE = { cited By 0 },
    ABSTRACT = { Responses of boreal birds to changes in forest structure and composition caused by construction of well pads, seismic lines, and pipelines are poorly understood. Bird species associated with older forests are predicted to experience larger population declines with increased disturbance compared with species associated with younger or open habitats; however, point count methods may influence apparent outcomes because the proportional area of disturbed vegetation and the magnitude, uncertainty, and detection of a disturbance response by birds vary as a function of sampling area. We analyzed point count data from 12 energy sector studies and measured how disturbance type and point count radius interacted to affect 531 impact ratios (mean abundance at point counts centered within disturbances relative to abundance at point counts within forest 150-400 m from the nearest edge bordering those disturbances [59 species∗3 disturbance types∗3 point count radii]). We observed larger disturbance effects (impact ratios) within larger-radius point counts at well pads (100-m and unlimited-distance) and pipelines (unlimited-distance) compared with 50-m point counts at seismic lines, and within 50-m point counts at well pads relative to 50-m point counts at seismic lines. Effect uncertainty was higher at well pads and pipelines than seismic lines, and lower within larger-radius point counts. The probability of detecting a disturbance response was greater for larger-radius point counts at pipelines than for 50-m point counts at seismic lines, and within 50-m point counts at well pads relative to 50-m point counts at seismic lines. On average, a species was more likely to increase in abundance near an energy sector disturbance if the species was not associated with older (.75 yr) forest stages. While the effects of disturbance varied by species and with disturbance type, the effects of pipelines and seismic lines were better detected by largerradius point counts, while the effects of well pads were better detected by smaller-radius point counts. © 2016 Cooper Ornithological Society. },
    AUTHOR_KEYWORDS = { Anthropogenic impacts; Boreal Avian Modelling Project; Boreal forest; Habitat alteration; Pipeline bird; Seismic line; Well pad },
    DOCUMENT_TYPE = { Article },
    DOI = { 10.1650/CONDOR-15-126.1 },
    SOURCE = { Scopus },
    URL = { https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84966319177&partnerID=40&md5=b95fa98fb9d66fc58bafb6e99613d5af },
}

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