Smith, Mark

Mark Smith, Associate Professor

SFWS 2345 | (334) 844-8099 | mds0007@auburn.edu
B.S., Michigan State University, 1994, Fisheries and Wildlife; M.S., Mississippi State University, 2001, Wildlife and Fisheries Science; Ph.D., Mississippi State University, 2004, Forest Resources
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Riffell, S., A.P. Monroe, J. Martin, K. Evans, L.W. Burger, Jr., and M.D. Smith. 2015Response of non- grassland avian guilds to adjacent herbaceous field buffers: testing hypotheses about configuration of targeted conservation practices in agricultural landscapes.Journal of Applied Ecology 52:300-309.
Smith, T. N., M. D. Smith, D. K. Johnson, and S. S. Ditchkoff. 2014Evaluation of continuous-catch doors for trapping wild pigs.Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:175-181.
Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger, Jr., S.K. Riffell, and M.D. Smith. 2014Assessing Multi-region benefits of a strategically targeted agricultural conservation practice.Conservation Biology 28:892-901
Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger, Jr., S.K. Riffell, M.D. Smith, D.J. Twedt, R.R. Wilson, S. Vorisek, C. Rideout, and K. Heyden. 2014Avian response to conservation buffers in agricultural landscapes during winter.Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:257-264.
Evans, K.O., L.W. Burger, Jr., C.S. Oedekoven, M.D. Smith, S.K. Riffell, J.A. Martin, and S.T. Buckland. 2013Multi-region response of northern bobwhite coveys to targeted conservation buffers.Journal of Wildlife Management 77:716-725.
Ciuzio, E., W.L. Hohman, B. Martin, M.D. Smith, S. Stephens, A.M. Strong, and T. VerCauteren. 2013Opportunities and Challenges to Implementing Bird Conservation on Private Lands.Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:267-277.
Smith, T.N., and M.D. Smith. 2013Effectiveness of continuous-catch doors for removing wild pigs.Auburn University Journal of Undergraduate Studies. 2:54-58.
Ditchkoff, S. S., J. B. Raglin, J. M. Smith, and B. A. Collier.2005Capture of white-tailed deer fawns using thermal imaging technology.Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:1164-1168.
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