Peer reviewed publications

Acevedo, M. A., Fletcher, R. J. 2017. The proximate causes of asymmetric movement across heterogeneous landscapes. Landscape Ecology 32(6): 1285 - 1297.

Flick, A.J., Acevedo, M.A., Elderd, B.D. 2016. The negative effects of pathogen-infected prey on predators: a meta-analysis. Oikos 125 (11): 1554 - 1560. Editor’s choice.

Acevedo, M.A., Sefair, J., Smith, J.C., Fletcher, R. J. 2015. Optimal site-selection: protecting against worst-case disturbance scenarios. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(6): 1588-1597.

Acevedo, M.A., Prosper, O., Lopiano, K., Ruktanonchai, N., Caughlin T., Martcheva, M., C. Osenberg and D. L. Smith. 2015. Connectivity, spatial heterogeneity and vector-borne disease transmission. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0127552

Acevedo, M.A., Fletcher, R. J., Tremblay, R. and Meléndez-Ackerman, E. 2015. Spatial asymmetries in connectivity influence colonization-extinction dynamics. Oecologia 179: 415-424.

Fletcher Jr., R. J., Acevedo, M. A., and Robertson E. P. 2014. The matrix alters the role of path redundancy on patch colonization rates. Ecology 96: 1444-1450 Featured as cover photo

Caughlin, T., Ruktanonchai, N., Acevedo, M. A., Lopiano, K., Prosper, O., Eagle, N., and Tatem, A. J. 2013 Place-based attributes predict community membership in a mobile phone communication network. PLoS ONE: 8:e56057

Acevedo, M. A., Marcano, M. and Fletcher, R. J. 2012. A diffusive logistic growth model to describe forest recovery. Ecological Modelling 244: 13 - 19.

Luther, D., Acevedo, M. A., Herrera, M. I., Estrada, A. E., and Aide, T. M. 2012. Is congener abundance related to vocal adjustments that minimize acoustic interference? Caribbean Journal of Science 2-3: 150 - 158.

Fletcher, R. J., Acevedo, M.A., Reichert, B., PIas, K., and Kitchen, W. 2011. Social network models predict movement and connectivity in ecological landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 108(48): 19282 - 19287.

Acevedo, M. A., C. Corrada-Bravo, H. Corrada-Bravo, L. J. Villanueva-Rivera, and T. M. Aide. 2009. Automated classification of bird and amphibian calls by machine learning: a comparison of methods. Ecological Informatics 4: 206 - 214.

Acevedo, M. A., and T. M. Aide. 2008. Bird community dynamics and habitat associations in karst, mangrove and Pterocarpus forest fragments in an urban zone in Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 44(3): 402 - 416.

Acevedo, M. A., and C. Restrepo. 2008. Land-use change and its contribution to the large-scale organization of Puerto Ricos bird assemblages. Diversity and Distributions. 14: 114 - 122.

Acevedo, M. A., 2007. Bird feeding behavior as a measure of restoration success in a Caribean forested wetland. Neotropical Ornithology 18: 305 - 310.

Acevedo, M. A., and L. J. Villanueva-Rivera. 2006. Using automated digital recording systems as effective tools for the monitoring of birds and amphibians. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34: 211 - 214.

Acevedo-Torres, M. A., N. Rıos-Lopez, and M. C. Ruiz-Jaen. 2005. Epicrates inornatus (Puerto Rican Boa) Cannibalism. Herpetological Review 36 (2): 195.

Pre-prints (Feedback welcome)

Otero, L., Schall, J. J., Cruz, V., Aaltonen, K., & Acevedo, M. (2017). The drivers and consequences of unstable Plasmodium dynamics: A 26-year study of three malaria parasite species infecting a tropical lizard. bioRxiv, 189696.