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Berkeley Electronic Press SelectedWorks
My research is driven by an interest in understanding wildlife-habitat associations. My research projects are diverse but aim to understand the factors explaining why species occur where and when they do, patterns of animal movement in search of suitable conditions, and the consequences of movement and habitat selection on fitness and species distributions at various scales.
Understanding species' habitat requirements is a fundamental component of animal conservation and management; thus, my research program includes applied components as well as theoretical ones. My research program can be divided into four general areas: (1) avian migration ecology, (2) bat ecology, (3) wildlife responses to bioenergy crops, and (4), evaluation and application of acoustic recording technology for monitoring wildlife.
The ecological processes I study are inherently complex, so my research is multi-disciplinary and highly collaborative, combining aspects of biology, computer science, remote sensing, atmospheric science, geography, and engineering. I enjoy working with a diverse range of people including researchers and students at universities, government agencies and non-governmental organizations, as well as private landowners in the United States, Mexico and Cuba.
Cohen, E. B., W. C. Barrow, Jr., J. J. Buler, J. L. Deppe, A. Farnsworth, P. P. Marra, S. R. McWilliams, D. W. Mehlman, R. R. Wilson, M. S. Woodrey, and F. R. Moore. 2017. Understanding how en route events around the Gulf of Mexico impact intercontinental migratory landbird populations. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119:327-343.
Deppe, J. L.,M. P. Ward, R. Bolus, R. H. Diehl, A. Celis-Murillo, T. J. Zenzal, Jr., F. R. Moore, T. J. Benson, J. A. Smolinsky, L. N. Schofield, D. A. Enstrom, E. H. Paxton, G. Bohrer, T. A. Beveroth, A. Raim, R. Obringer, D. A. Delaney, and W. W. Cochran. 2015. Fat, weather, and date affect migratory songbirds’ departure decisions, routes, and crossing times in the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:E6331-E6338, doi:10.1073/pnas.1503381112
Stodola, K., B. O’Neil, M. Alessi, J. L. Deppe, T. Dallas, T. A. Beveroth, T. J. Benson, and M. P. Ward. 2014. Stopover ecology of American Golden-Plovers (Pluvialis dominica) in Midwestern agricultural fields. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 116:162-172.
Celis-Murillo, A., J. L. Deppe, and M. P. Ward. 2012. Effectiveness and utility of acoustic recordings for surveying tropical birds. Journal of Field Ornithology 83:166-179.
Blumstein, D. T., D. J. Mennill, P. Clemins, L. Girod, K. Yao, G. Patricelli, J. L. Deppe, A. H. Krakauer, A. Kirschel, C. Clark, K. A. Cortopassi, S. F. Hanser, B. McCowan, D. J. Mennill, and A. Mantik Ali. 2011. Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments: applications, technological considerations, and prospectus. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:758-767.
Celis Murillo, A., J. L. Deppe, and M. F. Allen. 2009. Using soundscape recordings to estimate species abundance, richness, and composition. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:64-78.
Deppe, J. L., and J. T. Rotenberry. 2008. Scale-dependent habitat use by fall migratory birds: vegetation architecture, floristics, and geographic consistency. Ecological Monographs 78:461-487.
Smith, J. A., and J. L. Deppe. 2008. Simulating the effects of wetland loss and inter-annual variability on the fitness of migratory bird species. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2008. IGARSS 2008 IEEE International 4:838-841.
Smith, J. A., and J. L. Deppe. 2008. Space-based ornithology – studying bird migration and environmental change in North America. Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology X. Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 7104, 710402; DOI: 10.1117/12.801243.
Deppe, J. L., K. Wessels, and J. A. Smith. 2007. Alaska at the crossroads of migration: space-based ornithology. Alaska Park Science 6:53-58.
Smith, J. A., and J. L. Deppe. 2007. Simulating bird migration using satellites and biophysics. In J. P. Wilson, Ed., EMS ’07 Proceedings of the Third IASTED International Conference on Environmental Modeling and Simulation, pp. 14-19. Acta Press, Anaheim, CA.
Deppe, J. L., and J. T. Rotenberry. 2005. Temporal patterns in fall migrant communities in Yucatan, Mexico. Condor 107:229-245.