Research

Publications

5. Raynor, J., C. Grainger, and D. Parker (2021). “Wolves make roadways safer, generating large economic returns to predator conservation.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (22):e2023251118. [Full-text; Supplementary Information]

4. Lynham, J., A. Nikolaev, J. Raynor, T. Vilela, J.C. Villaseñor-Derbez (2021). “Reply to ‘Catch rate composition affects assessment of protected area impacts’.” Nature Communications 12(1):1590. [Full-text]

3. Siders Z.A., N.D. Ducharme-Barth, F. Carvalho, D. Kobayashi, S. Martin, J. Raynor, T.T. Jones, and R.N.M. Ahrens. 2020. “Ensemble Random Forests as a tool for modeling rare occurrences.” Endangered Species Research 43:183-197. [Full-text]

2. Raynor, J. and D. Phaneuf. 2020. “Can Native Species Compete with Valuable Exotics? Valuing Ecological Changes in the Lake Michigan Recreational Fishery.” Journal of Great Lakes Research 46(3): 643-655. [Full-text by request]

1. Lynham, J., A. Nikolaev, J. Raynor, T. Vilela, J.C. Villaseñor-Derbez. 2020. “Impact of two of the world’s largest protected areas on longline fishery catch rates.” Nature Communications 11(1):979. [Full-text]

Working Papers:

Lynham, J., S. Medoff, J. Raynor (Oct. 2021). “Initial evidence of spillover benefits from the world’s largest marine reserve.”

Lynham, J., S. Medoff, J. Raynor (June 2021). “Testing the pollution haven hypothesis on the high seas.”

Raynor, J. (June 2020). “Estimating the Economic Costs Associated with Overabundant Deer.”

Last updated: 10/1/21