EJ Raynor

EJ Raynor

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Title Wildlife Ecologist
Address 517 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583-0995
Phone 402-472-8741
FAX 402-472-2946
E-mail eraynor2@unl.edu
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Contact Preference

E-mail

Office Hours

8-5 M-F

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Selected Publications

Raynor IV, E., Beyer, H. L., Briggs, J. M., Joern, A. 2017. Complex variation in habitat selection strategies among individuals driven by extrinsic factors. Ecology and Evolution, 7: 1802-1822. Online
Raynor IV, E., Cable, T., Sandercock, B. 2017. Effects of Tamarix Removal on Community Dynamics of Riparian Birds in a Semiarid Grassland. Restoration Ecology. doi: 10.1111/rec.12497 Online
Raynor IV, E., Joern, A., Skibbe, A., Sowers, M., Briggs, J. M., Laws, A. N., Goodin, D. 2017. Temporal variability in large grazer space use in an experimental landscape. Ecosphere, 8: 1-18. Online
Dallmann, J. D., Raynor IV, E., Anderson, L. C., Powell, L. A., Schacht, W. 2016. iButton(c) Temperature Loggers Effectively Determine Prairie Grouse Nest Absences. Great Plains Research. 26:117-123. Online
Raynor IV, E., Joern, A., Nippert, J., Briggs, J. M. 2016. Foraging decisions underlying restricted space-use: fire and forage maturation effects on large herbivore nutrient uptake. Ecology and Evolution, 6: 5843-5853. Online

 

Selected Presentations

Sound Ecology of a Wind-energy Development in the Nebraska Sandhills
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 4/8/2016
  • Abstract: Soundscape ecology is founded on understanding the collection of sounds that emanate from landscapes. The conceptual framework of soundscape ecology is based on the causes and consequences of biological (biophony), geophysical (geophony), and human-produced (anthrophony) sounds. Using spatially- and temporally-explicit recordings of sounds along a noise gradient in the Nebraska Sandhills the effects of human-produced sounds on grassland bird communities can be determined. This information can allow us to document how sound sources including wind turbines and roads create a noise footprint across a pristine grassland faced with future human development. In this talk, emphasis will be placed on the methodology of sound analysis and preliminary results assessing anthropogenic influences on grassland bird communities.
  • Full Citation: Geography and Applied Ecology Seminars - Spring 2016

Educational Background

  • BS - University of Maine- Machias, Environmental Studies with concentration in Avian Ecology and Biology (2006)
  • MS - Nicholls State University, Environmental and Marine Studies (2010)
  • PhD - Kansas State University, Biology (2015)

SNR Mission Area(s)

  • Applied Ecology

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Areas of Interest

  • Animal ecology
  • Rangeland ecology
  • Disturbance ecology
  • Avian ecology

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