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Serota , M.W., P. A.E. Alarcón, E. Donadio, A.D. Middleton. Puma predation on Magellanic penguins: an unexpected terrestrial-marine linkage in Patagonia. Accepted. Food Webs.

Serota, M.W.  K.J. Barker, L.C. Gigliotti, S.M.L. Maher, A.L. Shawler, G.R. Zuckerman, W. Xu, G. Verta, E. Templin, C. Anderozzi, A.D. Middleton.  2023. Incorporating Human Dimensions Improves Wildlife Translocation Outcomes. Nature Communications

Moravek, J., L. Andrews,  M.W. Serota, M. Chapman, J. Dorcy, P. Parker-Shames, A. Van Scoyoc, C. Wilkinson, J. Brashares. 2023. Centering 30 x 30 conservation initiatives on freshwater ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Karandikar, H., M.W. Serota, G. Verta, C. Kremen, A. Middleton. 2022. Dietary patterns of a versatile carnivore, the puma (Puma concolor). Ecology and Evolution. 12(6) e9002. 

Barker, K., W. Xu, A. Van Scoyoc, M.W. Serota, J. Moravek, A. Shawler, R. Ryan, A. Middleton. 2022. Toward a new framework for restoring lost animal migrations. Conservation Letters. 15(2) e12850

Maury, C., M.W. Serota, and T.D. Williams. 2020. Plasticity in diurnal activity and temporal phenotype during parental care in European starlings, Sturnus vulgaris. Animal Behaviour. 159:37-45.

Serota, M.W., T.D. Williams. 2019. Adjustment of total activity as a response to handicapping European starlings during parental care. Animal Behaviour. 148:19-27.

Williams, T.D. A. Cornell, C. Gillespie, A. Hura, M.W. Serota. Effects of an introduced, novel prey on diet and reproduction in the diet-specialist European starling, Sturnus vulgaris. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 97(3):225-231.

Yap, K.N. M.W. Serota, T.D. Williams. 2017. The physiology of exercise in free-living vertebrates: What can we learn from current model systems? Integrative and Comparative Biology. 57(2):195-206.

Kiffner, C. J. Kioko, B. Kissui, C. Painter, M. Serota, C. White, P. Yager. Interspecific variation in large mammal responses to human observers along a conservation gradient with variable hunting pressure. Animal Conservation. 17(6)603-612.

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Xu, W., K. Calhoun*, M.W. Serota*, A. Blanco, N. Demers, D. Onorato.  Den site selection of Florida Panthers in a fire managed landscape.

*Shared second authorship