Franny Buderman

Assistant Professor of Quantitative Wildlife Ecology

Franny Buderman

Research Summary

Quantitative ecology, with a focus on the demography, space-use, and movement of wildlife.

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Publication Tags

Animals Puma Concolor Autocorrelation Effect Animal Telemetry Modeling Rate Movement Harvest Model Habitats Methodology Radio Lynx Canadensis Wildlife Habitat Method Wildland Conflict Mortality Land Use Predators Fish Migratory Species

Most Recent Papers

Impact of pre-harvest mortality on harvest rates and derived population estimates

E Cooch, R Alisauskas, Frances Buderman, 2021, Journal of Wildlife Management on p. 228-239

Review of Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates

Frances Buderman, 2021, Great Plains Research

Changes in climate and land use interact to create an ecological trap in a migratory species

Frances E. Buderman, Jim H. Devries, David N. Koons, 2020, Journal of Animal Ecology on p. 1961-1977

Animal movement models for multiple individuals

Henry R. Scharf, Frances E. Buderman, 2020, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics

Human–Cougar interactions in the wildland–urban interface of Colorado's front range

Mathew W. Alldredge, Frances E. Buderman, Kevin A. Blecha, 2019, Ecology and Evolution on p. 10415-10431

Time-varying predatory behavior is primary predictor of fine-scale movement of wildland-urban cougars

Frances E. Buderman, Mevin B. Hooten, Mathew W. Alldredge, Ephraim M. Hanks, Jacob S. Ivan, 2018, Movement Ecology

Large-scale movement behavior in a reintroduced predator population

Frances E. Buderman, Mevin B. Hooten, Jacob S. Ivan, Tanya M. Shenk, 2018, Ecography on p. 126-139

The basis function approach for modeling autocorrelation in ecological data

Trevor J. Hefley, Kristin M. Broms, Brian M. Brost, Frances E. Buderman, Shannon L. Kay, Henry R. Scharf, John R. Tipton, Perry J. Williams, Mevin B. Hooten, 2017, Ecology on p. 632-646

Statistical methods for modeling the movement and space-use of carnivores

Frances Buderman, 2017,

Hierarchical animal movement models for population-level inference

Mevin B. Hooten, Frances E. Buderman, Brian M. Brost, Ephraim Mont Hanks, Jacob S. Ivan, 2016, Environmetrics on p. 322-333

Most-Cited Papers

The basis function approach for modeling autocorrelation in ecological data

Trevor J. Hefley, Kristin M. Broms, Brian M. Brost, Frances E. Buderman, Shannon L. Kay, Henry R. Scharf, John R. Tipton, Perry J. Williams, Mevin B. Hooten, 2017, Ecology on p. 632-646

Hierarchical animal movement models for population-level inference

Mevin B. Hooten, Frances E. Buderman, Brian M. Brost, Ephraim Mont Hanks, Jacob S. Ivan, 2016, Environmetrics on p. 322-333

A functional model for characterizing long-distance movement behaviour

Frances E. Buderman, Mevin B. Hooten, Jacob S. Ivan, Tanya M. Shenk, 2016, Methods in Ecology and Evolution on p. 264-273

Application of mobile dual-frequency identification sonar (DIDSON) to fish in estuarine habitats

Kenneth W. Able, Thomas M. Grothues, Jenna L. Rackovan, Frances E. Buderman, 2014, Northeastern Naturalist on p. 192-209

Effect of search method and age class on mark-recapture parameter estimation in a population of red-backed salamanders

Frances E. Buderman, Eric B. Liebgold, 2012, Population Ecology on p. 157-167

Effect of hunter selectivity on harvest rates of radio-collared white-tailed deer in Pennsylvania

Frances E. Buderman, Duane R. Diefenbach, Christopher S. Rosenberry, Bret D. Wallingford, Eric S. Long, 2014, Journal of Wildlife Management on p. 1456-1465

Large-scale movement behavior in a reintroduced predator population

Frances E. Buderman, Mevin B. Hooten, Jacob S. Ivan, Tanya M. Shenk, 2018, Ecography on p. 126-139

Time-varying predatory behavior is primary predictor of fine-scale movement of wildland-urban cougars

Frances E. Buderman, Mevin B. Hooten, Mathew W. Alldredge, Ephraim M. Hanks, Jacob S. Ivan, 2018, Movement Ecology

Accounting for tagging-to-harvest mortality in a Brownie tag-recovery model by incorporating radio-telemetry data

Frances E. Buderman, Duane R. Diefenbach, Mary Jo Casalena, Christopher S. Rosenberry, Bret D. Wallingford, 2014, Ecology and Evolution on p. 1439-1450

Human–Cougar interactions in the wildland–urban interface of Colorado's front range

Mathew W. Alldredge, Frances E. Buderman, Kevin A. Blecha, 2019, Ecology and Evolution on p. 10415-10431