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Kennedy, Christina M., Grant, Evan H. Campbell, Neel, Maile C., Fagan, William F. and Marra, Peter P. 2011. Landscape matrix mediates occupancy dynamics of Neotropical avian insectivores. Ecological Applications, 21(5): 1837-1850. doi:10.1890/10-1044.1

Kennedy, Christina M. and Marra, Peter P. 2010. Matrix mediates avian movements in tropical forested landscapes: inference from experimental translocations. Biological Conservation, 143(9): 2136-2145. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2010.05.025

Kennedy, Christina M., Marra, Peter P., Fagan, William F. and Neel, Maile C. 2010. Landscape matrix and species traits mediate responses of Neotropical resident birds to forest fragmentation in Jamaica. Ecological Monographs, 80(4): 651-669. doi:10.1890/09-0904.1

Fagan, William F., Aumann, Craig, Kennedy, Christina M. and Unmack, Peter J. 2005. Rarity, fragmentation, and the scale dependence of extinction risk in desert fishes. Ecology, 86(1): 34-41.

Fagan, William F., Kennedy, Christina M. and Unmack, Peter J. 2005. Quantifying rarity, losses, and risks for native fishes of the lower Colorado River basin: implications for conservation listing. Conservation Biology, 19(6): 1872-1882.