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Dylan Gomes
Dylan Gomes
USGS - Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center
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Bats perceptually weight prey cues across sensory systems when hunting in noise
DGE Gomes, RA Page, I Geipel, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, W Halfwerk
Science 353 (6305), 1277-1280, 2016
872016
Should I use fixed effects or random effects when I have fewer than five levels of a grouping factor in a mixed-effects model?
DGE Gomes
PeerJ 10, e12794, 2022
74*2022
Why don’t we share data and code? Perceived barriers and benefits to public archiving practices
DGE Gomes, P Pottier, R Crystal-Ornelas, EJ Hudgins, V Foroughirad, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2022
662022
Ecosystem services enhanced through soundscape management link people and wildlife
MJ Levenhagen, ZD Miller, AR Petrelli, LA Ferguson, YH Shr, ...
People and Nature, 1-14, 2020
422020
Using the Past to Understand the Present: Coping with Natural and Anthropogenic Noise
DGE Gomes, CD Francis, JR Barber
BioScience 71 (3), 223-234, 2021
342021
Time of night and moonlight structure vertical space use by insectivorous bats in a Neotropical rainforest: an acoustic monitoring study
DGE Gomes, G Appel, JR Barber
PeerJ 8 (e10591), 1-19, 2020
252020
Phantom rivers filter birds and bats by acoustic niche
DGE Gomes, CA Toth, HJ Cole, CD Francis, JR Barber
Nature Communications 12 (1), 3029, 2021
162021
Individual differences show that only some bats can cope with noise-induced masking and distraction
DGE Gomes, HR Goerlitz
PeerJ 8 (e10551), 1-27, 2020
162020
Orb-weaving spiders are fewer but larger and catch more prey in lit bridge panels from a natural artificial light experiment
DGE Gomes
PeerJ 8 (e8808), 1-15, 2020
162020
Multimodal weighting differences by bats and their prey: probing natural selection pressures on sexually selected traits
DGE Gomes, W Halfwerk, RC Taylor, MJ Ryan, RA Page
Animal Behaviour 134, 99-102, 2017
162017
Same data, different analysts: variation in effect sizes due to analytical decisions in ecology and evolutionary biology
E Gould, HS Fraser, TH Parker, S Nakagawa, SC Griffith, PA Vesk, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2023
152023
Phantom river noise alters orb‐weaving spider abundance, web size and prey capture
DGE Gomes, T Hesselberg, JR Barber
Functional Ecology 35 (3), 717-726, 2021
142021
Not just for programmers: How GitHub can accelerate collaborative and reproducible research in ecology and evolution
PHP Braga, K Hébert, EJ Hudgins, ER Scott, BPM Edwards, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 1-17, 2023
13*2023
Natural noise affects conspecific signal detection and territorial defense behaviors in songbirds
VA Reed, CA Toth, RN Wardle, DGE Gomes, JR Barber, CD Francis
Behavioral Ecology 32 (5), 993-1003, 2021
132021
Natural and anthropogenic noise increase vigilance and decrease foraging behaviors in song sparrows
KA Sweet, BP Sweet, DGE Gomes, CD Francis, JR Barber
Behavioral Ecology 33 (1), 288-297, 2022
92022
Diet composition of the African manatee: Spatial and temporal variation within the Sanaga River Watershed, Cameroon
A Takoukam Kamla, DGE Gomes, CA Beck, LW Keith‐Diagne, ME Hunter, ...
Ecology and Evolution 11 (22), 15833-15845, 2021
62021
Experimental river noise alters arthropod abundance
DGE Gomes, CA Toth, CC Bateman, CD Francis, AY Kawahara, ...
Oikos 130 (11), 2001-2014, 2021
62021
Marine heatwaves disrupt ecosystem structure and function via altered food webs and energy flux
DGE Gomes, JJ Ruzicka, LG Crozier, DD Huff, RD Brodeur, JD Stewart
Nature Communications 15 (1), 1988, 2024
52024
African manatee (Trichechus senegalensis) habitat suitability at Lake Ossa, Cameroon, using trophic state models and predictions of submerged aquatic vegetation
AK Takoukam, DGE Gomes, MV Hoyer, LW Keith‐Diagne, RK Bonde, ...
Ecology and Evolution 11 (21), 15212-15224, 2021
42021
Leveraging green infrastructure for efficient treatment of reclaimed water
DA Arrington, RJ Harris, CA Layman, DGE Gomes
Science of The Total Environment 872, 162232, 2023
32023
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