Jennie RB Miller

Doctoral Candidate

Selected Publications

Please visit www.jennie-miller.com for links to article PDFs.

Scientific Publications

  1. Miller, J. R. B., J. M. Ament, and O. J. Schmitz. 2013. Fear on the move: predator hunting mode predicts variation in prey mortality and plasticity in prey spatial response. Journal of Animal Ecology. In press. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2656.12111/abstract.
     
  2.  Miller, J. R. B. and Schmitz, O. J. 2011. Food Webs and Sustainability. In R. K. Craig, J. C. Nagle, B. Pardy, O. Schmitz, & W. Smith (Eds.), Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability, Vol. 5. Great Barrington, Massachusetts: Berkshire Publishing Group LLC.
     
  3. Miller, J. R. B. 2010. Survey of Western Tragopan, Koklass Pheasant, and Himalayan Monal populations in the Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh, India. Indian Birds 6(3):60-65. http://www.jennie-miller.com/uploads/5/8/7/0/5870991/jennie_indianbirds_2010.pdf.
     
  4. Miller, J.R.B. 2009. New vocalizations by the Koklass pheasant Pucrasia macrolopha. International Journal of Galliforms Conservation 1:56-57.
     
  5. Miller, J.R.B., and D.A. McFarlane. 2008. A preliminary investigation into Hayne Estimates of poison dart frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae) densities in recovering tropical forest habitats, southwest Costa Rica. Herpetological Conservation and Biology3(2):298-294.

Outreach Articles

  1. Miller, J.R.B. February 2013. Reading the bones: In the field with a depredation detective. Sage Magazine. http://sagemagazine.org/reading-the-bones-in-the-field-with-a-depredation-detective.
     
  2. Miller, J.R.B. August 2012. Following the Hunt: Tracking Livestock Kills to Reduce Villager’s Losses in India. Scientists Without Borders blog. https://scientistswithoutborders.org/news/entry/following-the-hunt.
     
  3. Miller, J.R.B. 2011. Sweat Behind the Stripes: A Week with ‘Project Tiger’ in Rajaji. Sanctuary Asia 31(4):58-61.
     
  4. Miller, J.R.B. 2009. The Pheasant Sings Once More: Pheasant Conservation in the Great Himalayan National Park. Sanctuary Asia 29(1):46-49.