Tonelli BA, C Youngflesh, T Cox,MHC Neate-Clegg, EC Cohen, MW Tingley. Spatial nonstationarity in phenological responses of North American birds to climate variability. In review

Tonelli BA, AE Zelin, DC Dearborn, MW Tingley. 2023. Individual-based Models of Avian Migration for Estimating Behavioral Traits and Predicting Ecological Interactions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Open Access

Tonelli BA, C Youngflesh, MW Tingley. 2023. Geomagnetic disturbance associated with increased vagrancy in migratory landbirds. Scientific Reports 13:414.Open Access

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Neate-Clegg, MHC, BA Tonelli, C Youngflesh, JX Wu, GA Montgomery, ÇH Şekercioğlu, MW Tingley. 2023. What is an urban bird? Trait-based predictions of urban tolerance for the world’s birds are modulated by latitude and human population density. Current Biology 33:9.Link.

Tonelli BA, Dearborn DC. 2019. An individual-based model for the dispersal of Ixodes scapularis by ovenbirds and wood thrushes during fall migration. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 10:1096-1104 Download

DuComb, E. A., B. A. Tonelli, Y. Tuo, B. F. Cole, V. Mori, J. H. T. Bates, G. R. Washko, R. San José Estépar, and C. M. Kinsey. 2020. Evidence for Expanding Invasive Mediastinal Staging for Peripheral T1 Lung Tumors. Chest 158:2192–2199.

Kinsey, C. M., E. Billatos, V. Mori, BA Tonelli, B. F. Cole, F. Duan, H. Marques, I. de la Bruere, J. Onieva, R. San José Estépar, A. Cleveland, D. Idelkope, C. Stevenson, J. H. T. Bates, D. Aberle, A. Spira, G. Washko, and R. San José Estépar. 2021. A simple assessment of lung nodule location for reduction in unnecessary invasive procedures. Journal of Thoracic Disease 13:4207–4216.

Murphy, D. L., T. D. Rea, A. M. McCoy, M. R. Sayre, C. E. Fahrenbruch, L. Yin, B. A. Tonelli, A. M. Joffe, and S. H. Mitchell. 2019. Inclined position is associated with improved first pass success and laryngoscopic view in prehospital endotracheal intubations. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 37:937–941.