Ashley Gramza
Ashley Gramza
National Bird Conservation Social Science Coordinator, Virginia Tech
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Advancing urban wildlife research through a multi‐city collaboration
SB Magle, M Fidino, EW Lehrer, T Gallo, MP Mulligan, MJ Ríos, AA Ahlers, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (4), 232-239, 2019
Understanding public perceptions of risk regarding outdoor pet cats to inform conservation action
A Gramza, T Teel, S VandeWoude, K Crooks
Conservation Biology 30 (2), 276-286, 2016
Outdoor recreation at the wildland—urban interface: Examining human activity patterns and compliance with dog management policies
A Kellner, S Carver, A Gramza, JS Lewis, S VandeWoude, KR Crooks
Natural Areas Journal 37 (4), 515-529, 2017
The effect of education programs on the knowledge and attitudes about snakes in San Isidro de Upala, Costa Rica
A Gramza
Human activity influences wildlife populations and activity patterns: implications for spatial and temporal refuges
JS Lewis, S Spaulding, H Swanson, W Keeley, AR Gramza, ...
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03487, 2021
Understanding conflicting cultural models of outdoor cats to overcome conservation impasse
KM Leong, AR Gramza, CA Lepczyk
Conservation Biology 34 (5), 1190-1199, 2020
Land use decisions after the Conservation Reserve Program: Re‐enrollment, reversion, and persistence in the southern Great Plains
JC Barnes, M Sketch, AR Gramza, MG Sorice, R Iovanna, AA Dayer
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (9), e254, 2020
Carnivore carrying behavior as documented with wildlife camera traps
RM Windell, JS Lewis, AR Gramza, KR Crooks
Western North American Naturalist 79 (4), 471-480, 2019
Wealth and urbanization shape medium and large terrestrial mammal communities
SB Magle, M Fidino, HA Sander, AT Rohnke, KL Larson, T Gallo, ...
Global change biology 27 (21), 5446-5459, 2021
Early Career Researchers' Views on Publishing in The Journal of Wildlife Management
MJ Gould, AR Gramza, S Picardi
The Journal of Wildlife Management 85 (8), 1523-1526, 2021
Landowners and the Conservation Reserve Program: Understanding needs and motivations to cultivate participation, retention, and ongoing stewardship behavior
JC Barnes, AA Dayer, M Sketch, A Gramza, T Nocera, A Steinmetz, ...
Virginia Tech, 2019
Minimizing the effects of free-ranging domestic cats on wildlife: a framework that integrates social and biological information
A Gramza, TL Teel, KR Crooks
Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 26 (26), 2014
Estimates of Domestic Cats in Urban Areas Using Interdisciplinary Science: The Washington DC Cat Count
DTT Flockhart, L Lipsey, DJ Herrera, J Belsley, ST Decker, SM Moore, ...
Society & Animals 1 (aop), 1-18, 2022
Outdoor Recreation at the Wildland–Urban Interface: Examining Human Activity Patterns and Compliance with Dog Management Policies
A Kellner, S Carver, A Gramza, JS Lewis, S VandeWoude, KR Crooks
Natural Areas Journal 40 (3), 216-216, 2020
Urban Wildlife Information Network (UWIN): A multi-city approach to urban wildlife research
SB Magle, MA Fidino, E Leher, T Gallo, MJ Rios, M Mulligan, A Ahlers, ...
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Professional Diversity
MT Kohl, SJ Hoagland, AR Gramza, JA Homyack
Becoming a Wildlife Professional, 188, 2017
Applying social science to inform conservation solutions regarding owned outdoor cats in urbanizing landscapes
A Gramza
Colorado State University, 2014
North American Naturalist
RM Windell, JS Lewis, AR Gramza, KR Crooks, DB Tinker, ...
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