Refereed Journal Articles

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Gallo, T.*, M. Fidino*, E.W. Lehrer, S. Magle. 2019. Urbanization alters predator-avoidance behaviours. Journal of Animal Ecology. 88:793-803. PDF  *Both authors contributed equally

Potratz, E., J.S. Brown, T. Gallo, C. Anchor, R.M Santymire. 2019. Effects of demography and urbanization on stress and body condition of urban white-tailed deer. Urban Ecosystems. PDF

Magle, S.B., M. Fidino, E.W. Lehrer, T. Gallo, M.P. Mulligan, M.J. Ríos, A.A. Ahlers, J. Angstmann, A. Belaire, B. Dugelby, A. Gramza, L. Hartley, B. MacDougall, T. Ryan, C. Salsbury, H. Sander, C. Schell, K. Simon, D. Drake. 2019. Advancing urban wildlife research through a multi-city collaboration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 17:232-239. PDF

Gallo, T. and M. Fidino. 2018. Insight: Making wildlife welcome in urban areas. eLife 7:e41348. PDF

Gallo, T., E.W. Lehrer, M. Fidino, R.J. Kilgour, P.J. Wolff, S. Magle. 2018. Need for multiscale planning for conservation of urban bats. Conservation Biology. 32:638-647. PDF

Pejchar, L., T. Gallo, M. Hooten, G. Dailey. 2018. Predicting effects of large-scale reforestation on native and exotic birds. Diversity and Distributions. 24:811-819. PDF

Gallo, T., M. Fidino, E.W. Lehrer, S. Magle. 2017. Mammal diversity and metacommunity dynamics in urban green spaces: implications for urban wildlife conservation. Ecological Applications. 27:2330–2341. PDF

Gallo, T., L.T. Stinson, L. Pejchar. 2017. Mitigation for energy development fails to mimic natural disturbance for birds and mammals. Biological Conservation. 212:39-47. PDF

Gallo, T. and L. Pejchar. 2017. Woodland reduction and long-term change in breeding bird communities. Journal of Wildlife Management. 81:259-268. PDF

Farr, C., D. Bennett, S. Bombaci, T. Gallo, A. Mangan, T. Nogeire, H. Riedl. L. Stinson, K. Wilkins, L. Pejchar. 2017. Addressing the gender gap in distinguished speakers at professional ecology conferences. Bioscience. 67:464-468PDF

Bombaci, S., T. Gallo, L. Pejchar. 2017. Small-scale woodland reduction practices have neutral or negative short-term effects on birds and small mammals. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 70:363-373. PDF

Miller, A., E. Goad, T. Gallo, L. Pejchar, L. Bailey, S. Reed. 2017. The impact of exurban housing density on wintering birds. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 129:85-97. PDF

Riedl, H., D. Bennett, A. Mangan, L. Stinson, K. Wilkins, T. Gallo, L. Pejchar. 2017. The Paradox of the Carnivorous Conservationist [book review]. Biological Conservation. 205:11-112. PDF

Gallo, T., L.T. Stinson, L. Pejchar. 2016. Pinyon-juniper removal has long-term effects on mammals. Forest Ecology and Management 377:93-100. PDF

*Gallo, T. and L. Pejchar. 2016. Improving habitat for game animals has mixed consequences for biodiversity conservation. Biological Conservation 197:47:52. PDF

**Bombaci, S., C. Farr, T. Gallo, A. Mangan, L. Stinson, M. Kaushik, L. Pejchar. 2015. Using Twitter to communicate conservation science beyond professional conferences. Conservation Biology 30:216-225. PDF

Gallo. T. and D. Waitt. 2011. Creating a successful citizen science model to detect and report invasive species. BioScience 61:459-465. PDF

** Received 2017 Conservation Biology Award: Highest Altmetric

*Feature in the The ConversationScienceDaily, Wildlife Professional,, Aspen Public Radio, CSU SOURCE, and Reporter-Herald

Technical Publications

Bertleson, M., M. O’Toole, T. Gallo. 2012. City of Austin Invasive Species Management Plan. Austin, Texas. PDF

Hickman, G. C., A. Baxter, H. T. Gallo. 2007. Species inventory update at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas: Including NALF Waldron, NALF Cabaniss, and the Perry Place Transmitter Site. June 2007.

Outreach Publications

Gallo, T. 2016. To better conserve wildlife, consider all kinds of animals, not just the ones we hunt. The Conversation, May 2016. LINK

Gallo, T. and S. Windhager. 2011. Accepting ‘The New Normal’? Not so fast… Conservation Magazine, Spring 2011. PDF