Socolar, J. B., J. D. Alván, P. Saboya del Castillo, L. Y. Pomara, B. J. O’Shea, S. Cubas Poclin, D. Stotz, F. Schmitt, D. Graham, B. H. Carnes, & E. Ruelas Inzunza. In press. Noteworthy bird records from northeastern Peru reveal connectivity and isolation in the western Amazonian avifauna. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.
Brooks, B. J., D. C. Lee, L. Y. Pomara, W. W. Hargrove, and A. R. Desai. 2017. Quantifying seasonal patterns in disparate environmental variables using the PolarMetrics R package. 2017 IEEE 17th International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW). 296-302. DOI: 10.1109/ICDMW.2017.45. PDF
Pomara, L. Y. and B. Zuckerberg. 2017. Climate variability drives population cycling and synchrony. Diversity & Distributions 23: 421-434. PDF
McCauley, L. A., C. A. Ribic, L. Y. Pomara, and B. Zuckerberg. 2017. The future demographic niche of a declining grassland bird fails to shift poleward in response to climate change. Landscape Ecology 32: 807-821. PDF
Pomara, L. Y., O. LeDee, K. J. Martin, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Demographic consequences of climate change and land cover help explain a history of extirpations and range contraction in a declining snake species. Global Change Biology 20: 2087-2099. PDF
Pomara, L. Y., K. Ruokolainen, and K. R. Young. 2014. Avian species composition across the Amazon River: the roles of dispersal limitation and environmental heterogeneity. Journal of Biogeography 41: 784-796. PDF
Pomara, L. Y., K. Ruokolainen, H. Tuomisto, and K. R. Young. 2012. Avian composition co-varies with floristic composition and soil nutrient concentration in Amazonian upland forests. Biotropica 44: 545-553. PDF
Stralberg, D., K. E. Fehring, L. Y. Pomara, N. Nur, D. B. Adams, D. Hatch, G. R. Geupel, and S. Allen. 2009. Modeling nest-site occurrence for the Northern Spotted Owl at its southern range limit in central California. Landscape and Urban Planning 90:76-85. PDF
Pomara, L.Y., R. J. Cooper and L. J. Petit. 2007. Modeling the flocking propensity of passerine birds in two Neotropical habitats. Oecologia 153: 121-133. PDF
Jones, C. D., J. R. Troy, and L. Y. Pomara. 2007. Similarities between Campephilus woodpecker double raps and mechanical sounds produced by duck flocks. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:259-262. PDF
Pomara, L.Y., R. J. Cooper and L. J. Petit. 2003. Mixed-species flocking and foraging behavior of four Neotropical warblers in Panamanian shade coffee fields and forests. The Auk, 120: 1000-1012. PDF
Round, P. D., G. A. Gale, M. R. Marshall, and L. Y. Pomara. 2002. An expedition to the summit of Khao Soi Dao Tai, Southeast Thailand. Oriental Bird Club Bulletin 35: 49-53.
Cooper R. J., R. R. Wilson, G. D. Zenitsky, S. J. Mullin, J. A. DeCecco, M. R. Marshall, D. J. Wolf, and L. Y. Pomara. 1999. Does nonrandom nest placement imply nonrandom nest predation? A reply. Condor, 101: 920-923. PDF
Roberts, D. L., L. Y. Pomara, and A. Hartmann. 1999. First nest records for the Spotted Wood-Quail from premontane western Panama. Newsletter of the Partridge, Quail and Francolin Specialist Group 13/14: 2-3.
Zuckerberg, B. and L. Y. Pomara. In press. Modern climate change and birds. In Morrison, M. L., A. D. Rodewald, G. Voelker, M. R. Colón, and J. F. Prather, editors. 2018. Ornithology: Foundation, Critique, and application. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
Other Publications and Technical Reports
Mackie, H., J. Coffey, E. M. Wood, and L. Y. Pomara. 2017. Bird and butterfly community response to large-scale invasive plant removal and native plant restoration in desert riparian habitat along the Rio Grande/Bravo, Big Bend National Park, Texas. 2016 annual report to the National Park Service, 19pp.
Pomara, L. Y., B. Zuckerberg, K. J. Martin, and O. LeDee. 2014. A climate change vulnerability assessment for the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake (Sistrurus catenatus), an endemic of the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region. Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Project link. PDF
Ogren, J., L. Y. Pomara, and M. Steinbach. 2012. Land for water: a conservation initiative. A strategic framework for landscape change. Texas Land Conservancy, Austin. 37pp.
Pomara, L. Y. (Annual reports, 2009-2017) Black-capped Vireo Habitat Occupancy Survey. Endangered species annual reports to the National Park Service, Big Bend National Park, Texas.
RHJV (Riparian Habitat Joint Venture—Group authorship). 2004. Version 2.0. The riparian bird conservation plan: a strategy for reversing the decline of riparian associated birds in California. California Partners in Flight. http://www.prbo.org/calpif/pdfs/riparian_v-2.pdf.
Landscape Dynamics Assessment Tool (LanDAT). US Forest Service website, story maps, and map viewer/data viewer. Led development, writing, and design. Launched April 2017. https://landat.org/
Ecosystem Services Conservation Atlas. Developed for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Led development, writing, and design. Launched October 2015. http://applcc-ecosystemservices.org/
Ecosystem Benefits & Risks. Developed for the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Led development, writing, and design. Launched October 2015. http://applcc.org/ecosystem-risks-benefits