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30) Rode, K.D., D.C. Douglas, T.C. Atwood, G.M. Durner, R.R. Wilson, and A.M. Pagano. 2022. Observed and forecasted changes in land use by polar bears in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, 1985–2040. Global Ecology and Conservation.

29) Whiteman, J.P., H.J. Harlow, G.M. Durner, E.V. Regehr, S.C. Amstrup, A.M. Pagano, and M. Ben-David. 2022. The acute physiological response of polar bears to helicopter capture. Journal of Wildlife Management 86:e22238.

28) Bryce, C.M., C.E. Dunford, A.M. Pagano, Y. Wang, B.L. Borg, S.M. Arthur, and T.M. Williams. 2022. Environmental correlates of activity and energetics in a wide-ranging social carnivore. Animal Biotelemetry 10:1.

27) Pagano, A.M., G.M. Durner, T.C. Atwood, and D.C. Douglas. 2021. Effects of sea ice decline and summer land use on polar bear home range size in the Beaufort Sea. Ecosphere 12:e03768.

26) Atwood, T.C., K.D. Rode, D.C. Douglas, K. Simac, A.M. Pagano, and J.F. Bromaghin. 2021. Long-term variation in polar bear body condition and maternal investment relative to a changing environment. Global Ecology and Conservation 32:e01925.

25) Pagano, A.M. 2021. Polar bear foraging behavior. Davis R.W., Pagano A.M. (eds) Ethology and Behavioral Ecology of Sea Otters and Polar Bears. Ethology and Behavioral Ecology of Marine Mammals Springer pp 247–267.

24) Pagano, A.M., and T.M. Williams. 2021. Physiological consequences of Arctic sea ice loss on large marine carnivores: unique responses by polar bears and narwhals. Journal of Experimental Biology 224:jeb228049.

23) Owen, M.A., A.M. Pagano, S. Wisdom, B.J. Kirschhoffer, A.E. Bowles, and C. O’Neill. 2020. Estimating the audibility of industrial noise to denning polar bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 85:384–396.

22) Williams, T.M., M.P. Heide-Jørgensen, A.M. Pagano, and C.M. Bryce. 2020. Hunters versus hunted: New perspectives on the physiological costs of survival at the top of the food chain. Functional Ecology 34:2015–2029.

21) Rode, K.D., T.C. Atwood, G.W. Thiemann, M. St. Martin, R.R. Wilson, G.M. Durner, E.V. Regehr, S.L. Talbot, G.K. Sage, A.M. Pagano,and K. Simac. 2020. Identifying reliable indicators of fitness in polar bears. PLoS ONE 15:e0237444. 

20) Pagano, A.M., T.C. Atwood, G.M. Durner, and T.M. Williams. 2020. The seasonal energetic landscape of an apex marine carnivore, the polar bear. Ecology 101:e02959. 

19) Sequeira, A.M.M., G.C. Hays, D.W. Sims, V.M. Eguíluz, J. Rodriguez, M. Heupel, R. Harcourt, H. Calich, N. Queiroz, D.P. Costa, J. Fernández-Gracia, L.C. Ferreira, S.D. Goldsworthy, M. Hindell, M.-A. Lea, M. Meekan, A.M. Pagano, S.A. Shaffer, J. Reisser, M. Thums, M. Weise, C.M. Duarte. 2019. Overhauling ocean spatial planning to improve marine megafauna conservation. Frontiers in Marine Science 6:639.

18) Pagano, A.M., and T.M. Williams. 2019. Estimating the energy expenditure of free‐ranging polar bears using tri‐axial accelerometers: A validation with doubly labeled water. Ecology and Evolution 9:4210–4219.

17) Pagano, A.M., A. Cutting, N. Nicassio-Hiskey, A. Hash, and T.M. Williams. 2019. Energetic costs of aquatic locomotion in a subadult polar bear. Marine Mammal Science 35:649–659.

16) Pagano, A.M., A.M. Carnahan, C.T. Robbins, M.A. Owen, T. Batson, N. Wagner, A. Cutting, N. Nicassio-Hiskey, A. Hash, and T.M. Williams. 2018. Energetic costs of locomotion in bears: Is plantigrade locomotion energetically economical? Journal of Experimental Biology 221:jeb175372.

15) Pagano, A.M., G.M. Durner, K.D. Rode, T.C. Atwood, S.N. Atkinson, E. Peacock, D.P. Costa, M.A. Owen, and T.M. Williams. 2018. High-energy, high-fat lifestyle challenges an Arctic apex predator, the polar bear. Science 359:568–572.

14) Sequeira, A.M.M., J.P. Rodríguez, V.M. Eguíluz, R. Harcourt, M. Hindell, D.W. Sims, C.M. Duarte, D.P. Costa, J. Fernández-Gracia, L.C. Ferreira, G.C. Hays, M.R. Heupel, M.G. Meekan, A. Aven, F. Bailleul, A.M.M. Baylis, M.L. Berumen, C.D. Braun, J. Burns, M.J. Caley, R. Campbell, R.H. Carmichael, E. Clua, L.D. Einoder, A. Friedlaender, M.E. Goebel, S.D. Goldsworthy, C. Guinet, J. Gunn, D. Hamer, N. Hammerschlag, M. Hammill, L.A. Hückstädt, N.E. Humphries, M.-A. Lea, A. Lowther, A. Mackay, E. McHuron, J. McKenzie, L. McLeay, C.R. McMahon, K. Mengersen, M.M.C. Muelbert, A.M. Pagano, B. Page, N. Queiroz, P.W. Robinson, S.A. Shaffer, M. Shivji, G.B. Skomal, S.R. Thorrold, S. Villegas-Amtmann, M. Weise, R. Wells, B. Wetherbee, A. Wiebkin, B. Wienecke, and M. Thums. 2018. Convergence of marine megafauna movement patterns in coastal and open oceans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115:3072–3077.

13) Rode, K.D., R.R. Wilson, D.C. Douglas, V. Muhlenbruch, T.C. Atwood, E.V. Regehr, E.S. Richardson, N.W. Pilfold, A.E. Derocher, G.M. Durner, I. Stirling, S.C. Amstrup, M. St. Martin, A.M. Pagano, and K. Simac. 2018. Spring fasting behavior in a marine apex predator provides an index of ecosystem productivity. Global Change Biology 24:410–423.

12) Pagano, A.M., K.D. Rode, and S.N. Atkinson. 2017. Evaluating methods to assess the body condition of female polar bears. Ursus 28:171–181.

11) Pagano, A.M., K.D. Rode, A. Cutting, M.A. Owen, S. Jensen, J.V. Ware, C.T. Robbins, G.M. Durner, T.C. Atwood, M.E. Obbard, K.R. Middel, G.W. Thiemann, and T.M. Williams. 2017. Using tri-axial accelerometers to remotely identify wild polar bear behaviors. Endangered Species Research 32:19–33.

10) Wiig, Ø., E.K. Born, K.L. Laidre, R. Dietz, M.V. Jensen, G.M. Durner, A.M. Pagano, E. Regehr, M. St. Martin, S. Atkinson, and M. Dyck. 2017. Performance and retention of lightweight satellite radio tags applied to the ears of polar bears (Ursus maritimus). Animal Biotelemetry 5:9.

9) Ware, J.V., K.D. Rode, J.F. Bromaghin, D.C. Douglas, R.R. Wilson, E.V. Regehr, S.C. Amstrup, G.M. Durner, A.M. Pagano, J. Olson, C.T. Robbins, and H.T. Jansen. 2017. Habitat degradation affects the summer activity of polar bears. Oecologia 184:87–99.

8) Ware, J.V., K.D. Rode, A.M. Pagano, J. Bromaghin, C.T. Robbins, J. Erlenbach, S. Jensen, A. Cutting, N. Nicassio-Hiskey, A. Hash, M. Owen, and H.T. Jansen. 2015. Validation of mercury tip-switch and accelerometer activity sensors for identifying resting and active behavior in bears. Ursus 26:8–18.

7) Pagano, A.M., E. Peacock, and M.A. McKinney. 2014. Remote biopsy darting and marking of polar bears. Marine Mammal Science 30:169–183.

6) Rode, K.D., A.M. Pagano, J.F. Bromaghin, T.C. Atwood, G.M. Durner, K.S. Simac, and S.C. Amstrup. 2014. Effects of capturing and collaring on polar bears: Findings from long-term research on the southern Beaufort Sea population. Wildlife Research 41:311–322.

5) Pagano, A.M., C.L. Amundson, M.R. Pieron, T.W. Arnold, and T.C. Kimmel. 2014. Using sightability-adjusted brood-to-pair ratios to estimate waterfowl productivity. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:566–573.

4) Pagano, A.M., G.M. Durner, S.C. Amstrup, K.S. Simac, and G.S. York. 2012. Long-distance swimming by polar bears of the southern Beaufort Sea during years of extensive open water. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90:663–676.

3) Pagano, A.M., and T.W. Arnold. 2009. Estimating detection probabilities of waterfowl broods from ground-based surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:686–694.

2) Pagano, A.M., and T.W. Arnold. 2009. Detection probabilities for ground-based breeding waterfowl surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:392–398.

1) Arnold, T.W., A.M. Pagano, J.H. Devries, R.B. Emery, D.W. Howerter, and B.L. Joynt. 2008. Social indices of breeding productivity in parkland mallards. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:224–230.