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Instructions for Citing the Literature Gateway

If this tool helps you find relevant literature for a publication, please reference it in the methods section of your manuscript.

How to Cite

PLEASE CITE THIS TOOL IF YOU USE IT DURING A LITERATURE SEARCH

If this tool helps you find relevant literature for a publication, please reference it in the methods section of your manuscript with the following suggested text: “We identified n (your number here) references using an interactive search tool that was developed to support a systematic map of the literature on forest bird-vegetation relationships (Lott et al. 2022, Lott et al. 2019, Lott et al. 2021)”.

Note: This first reference on this list is for the online tool itself (full citation below). The other two citations are for supporting publications that identified references to be included in the visualization tool: one describes the systematic map of primary literature on forest-bird vegetation relationships and the other describes an overview of review papers on this same topic (full citations below).

CITATION FOR THE ONLINE LITERATURE SEARCH TOOL

Lott C.A., Dew L. A., Akresh M.E., Badash J., Clark T., Costanzo B.E., Fiss C.J., Fuoco K.B., Hessmiller R. M., King D.I., Parker H.A., McNeil D.J., Stoleson S.H., Voorhees S.G., and J.L. Larkin. 2022. An interactive data visualization and search tool for a systematic map of literature on forest bird-vegetation relationships in eastern and boreal North America. Available at https://landscape-partnership.shinyapps.io/BirdLiteratureMap/. Accessed on <today’s date>, DOI:

CITATIONS FOR SUPPORTING PUBLICATIONS

Lott, C.A., Akresh, M.E., Elmore, A.J., Fiss, C. J., Fitzpatrick, M.C., Joos, C.J., King, D.I., McNeil, D.J., Stoleson, S.H., and J.L. Larkin. 2019. What evidence exists for landbird species-environment relationships in eastern temperate and boreal forests of North America? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence 8, 31. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-019-0170-6

Lott, C.A.; Akresh, M.E.; Costanzo, B.E.; D’Amato, A.W.; Duan, S.; Fiss, C.J.; Fraser, J.S.; He, H.S.; King, D.I.; McNeil, D.J.; Stoleson, S.H.; Yamasaki, M.; and J.L. Larkin. 2021. Do Review Papers on Bird–Vegetation Relationships Provide Actionable Information to Forest Managers in the Eastern United States? Forests 12, 990. https://doi.org/10.3390/f12080990

PUBLICATIONS THAT REFERENCE THIS INTERACTIVE TOOL

Note: We intend to include a running list of publications that have used this tool during literature searches. Please send full citations, with links to online versions, of any papers you publish that reference this tool to forestbirdliterature@gmail.com. They will added to the list below.

Akresh, M.E., King, D.I., Lott, C.A., Larkin, J.L. and A.W. D'Amato. A meta-analysis of the effects of tree retention on shrubland birds. Forest Ecology and Management 483, 118730. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118730.

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