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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Working Papers:

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

Last updated: 5/20/21