Publications

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Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) in northwest Oregon. This area of the site included alder and bigleaf maple, in addition to second-growth Douglas fir trees.

Salt Marshes and Bird Habitat

Field, C. R., T. Bayard, C. Gjerdrum, J. M. Hill, S. Meiman, and C.S. Elphick. 2016. High-resolution tide projections reveal extinction threshold in response to sea-level rise. Global Change Biology. 23:2058-2070. doi:10.1111/gcb.13519.

Elphick, C.S., S. Meiman, and M. Rubega. 2015. Tidal-flow restoration provides little nesting habitat for a globally vulnerable saltmarsh bird. Restoration Ecology 23:439-446.

Meiman, S. T.,  D. Civco, K. Holsinger, and C. S. Elphick. 2012. Comparing habitat models using ground-based and remote sensing data: saltmarsh sparrow presence versus nesting. Wetlands 32:725–736.

Meiman, S., and C. S. Elphick. 2012. Evaluating habitat-association models for the Saltmarsh Sparrow. Condor 114:856-864.

Spotted Owl Habitat in Second-Growth Forest

Meiman S.,  R. Anthony, E. Glenn, T. Bayless, A. Ellingson, M. C. Hansen, C. Smith. 2003.  Effects of commercial thinning on home range and habitat use patterns of a male northern spotted owl: a case study. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31: 1254-1262.

San Clemente Island Bell’s Sparrow

Parsons, M. A., S. T. Meiman, S. A. Munoz and A. Bridges 2022. Nest survival and cause-specific nest mortality in the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow. Journal of Field Ornithology, in press.

Meiman, S. T., E. E. DeLeon, A. S. Bridges. 2020. Reproductive success of the threatened San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow (Artemisiospiza belli clementeae) in recovering habitats is similar to success in historical habitat. Condor. https://doi.org/10.1093/condor/duz071.

Sandstrom, B., and S. Meiman. 2016. A Field Guide to Plants of San Clemente Island. Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata, California. 160 pp.

Technical Reports

2020

Meiman, S.T., S.A. Munoz, A.S. Bridges and D.K. Garcelon.  2021.  San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Population Monitoring Breeding Season Report – 2020. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U.S. Navy, Environmental Department, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, San Diego, California.  36pp.

2019

Meiman, S.T., S.A. Munoz, A.S. Bridges and D.K. Garcelon. 2020. San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Population Monitoring Breeding Season Report – 2019. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U.S. Navy, Environmental Department, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, San Diego, California. 48pp.

2018

Meiman, S. T., S. A. Munoz, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2019. Monitoring of the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow -2018 Breeding Season Report. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 52 pp.

2017

Meiman, S. T., S. A. Munoz, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2018. Monitoring of the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow -2017 Breeding Season Report. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 52 pp.

Meiman, S., S. A. Munoz, E. E. DeLeon, B. Sandstrom, S. Nefas, and A. S. Bridges. 2017. Surveys of Bell’s Sparrow Habitat on San Clemente Island, 2013-2016. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy,  Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 42 pp.

2016

Meiman, S. T., S. A. Munoz, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2017. Monitoring of the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow -2016 Breeding Season Report. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 49 pp.

2015

Meiman, S. T., S. A. Munoz, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2016. Monitoring of the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow -2015 Non-breeding Season Report. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 49 pp.

Meiman, S. T., S. A. Munoz, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2016. Monitoring of the San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow -2015 Breeding Season Report. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 53 pp.

2014

Meiman, S. T., E. E. DeLeon, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2015. San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Monitoring Breeding Season Report -2014.  Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 62 pp.

Meiman, S. T., E. E. DeLeon, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2015. San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Monitoring Non-breeding Season Report -2014.  Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 41 pp.

2013

Meiman, S. T., E. E. DeLeon, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2015. San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Monitoring Non-breeding Season Report -2013.  Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 69 pp.

Meiman, S. T., E. E. DeLeon, A. S. Bridges, and D. K. Garcelon. 2015. San Clemente Bell’s Sparrow Monitoring Breeding Season Report -2013. Unpublished report prepared by the Institute for Wildlife Studies for the U. S. Navy, Naval Base Coronado, Natural Resources Office, San Diego, California. 49 pp.