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Bill Newmark, Ph.D.
Bill Newmark, Ph.D.
Newmark, W.D. 2002. Conserving Biodiversity in East African Forests: A
Study of the Eastern Arc Mountains. Ecological Studies. Springer-Verlag, New York.
Newmark, W.D. (ed.) 1991. The Conservation of Mount Kilimanjaro. IUCN, Gland.
Newmark, W.D., and Stanley, T.R. 2011. Habitat fragmentation reduces nest survival in an Afrotropical bird community in a biodiversity hotspot. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 11488-11493.
Stanley, T.R. and Newmark, W.D. 2010. Estimating length of avian incubation and nestling stages for Afrotropical forest birds from interval-censored nest records. Auk 127: 79-85.
Newmark, W.D., Mkongewa, V.J. and Sobek, A.D. 2010. Ranging behavior and habitat selection of terrestrial insectivorous birds in northeast Tanzania: implications for corridor design in the Eastern Arc Mountains. Animal Conservation 13: 474-482.
Newmark, W.D. 2008. Isolation of African protected areas. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 6: 321-328.
Bolger, D.T., Newmark, W.D., Morrison, T.A., and Doak, D.F. 2008. The need for integrative approaches to understand and conserve migratory ungulates. Ecology Letters. 11:63-77.
Newmark, W.D. and Rickart, E.A. 2007. Are natural history museums telling the right story? Bioscience 57: 390.
Hanson,T.R, Newmark, W.D., and Stanley, W.T. 2007. Forest fragmentation and predation on artificial nests in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology 45:499-507.
Newmark, W.D. 2006. A 16-year study of forest disturbance and understory bird community structure and composition in Tanzania. Conservation Biology. 20:122-134.
Newmark, W.D. 2001. Tanzanian forest edge microclimatic gradients: dynamic patterns. Biotropica 33:2-11.
Newmark, W.D. and Hough, J.L. 2000. Conserving wildlife in Africa: integrated conservation and development projects and beyond. BioScience 50:585-592.
Newmark, W.D. 1998. Forest area, fragmentation, and loss in the Eastern Arc Mountains: implications for the conservation of biological diversity. Journal of East African Natural History 87:29-36.
Newmark, W.D. 1996. Insularization of Tanzanian parks and the local extinction of large mammals. Conservation Biology 10:1549-1556.
Newmark, W.D., Boshe, J.I., Sariko, H.I. and G.K. Makumbule. 1996. Effects of a highway on large mammals in Mikumi National Park, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology 34:15-31.
Davidson, D.W., Newmark, W.D., Sites, J.W. Jr., Shiozawa, D.K., Harper, K.T., Rickart, E.A.,and R.B. Keiter. 1996. Selecting BLM wilderness areas to conserve Utah's biological diversity. Great Basin Naturalist 56:95-118.
Newmark, W.D. 1995. Extinction of mammal populations in western North American national parks. Conservation Biology 9:512-526.
Newmark, W.D., Manyanza, D.M., Gamassa, D.M., and H.I. Sariko. 1994. The conflict between wildlife and local people living adjacent to protected areas in Tanzania: human density as a predictor. Conservation Biology 8:249‑255.
Newmark, W.D., Leonard, N.L., Sariko, H.I., and D.M. Gamassa. 1993. Conservation attitudes of local people living adjacent to five protected areas in Tanzania. Biological Conservation 63:177‑183.
Newmark, W.D. 1993. The role and design of wildlife corridors with examples from Tanzania. Ambio 12:500‑504.
Newmark, W.D. 1987. A land‑bridge island perspective on mammalian extinctions in western North American parks. Nature 325:430‑432.
Newmark, W.D. 1986. Species‑area relationship and its determinants for terrestrial mammals in western North American national parks. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 28:83‑98.
Newmark, W.D. 1985. Legal and biotic boundaries of western North American national parks: A problem of congruence. Biological Conservation 33:197‑208.