Published research and writing on conservation science, biodiversity, natural history, and the environment
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
* Denotes shared first authorship
van Rees, C.B., Elphick, C.S., and Reed, J.M. in revision. Evaluating the potential de-listing of two endangered Hawaiian waterbirds using population viability analysis and Bayesian hierarchical models. Avian Conservation and Ecology.
*Howard, L., *van Rees, C.B., Luikart, G., and Hand, B.K. in review. Identifying Innovation Opportunities in Smartphone Apps for Invasive Species Reporting by Citizen Scientists. Neobiota.
van Rees, C.B., Hand, B.K., Bargeron, C., Carter, S.C. et al., Commissioned and in review. A Framework for Integrating Invasion Biology to Support Proactive Management. Biological Reviews
17. Carter, S.C., van Rees, C.B. Hand, B.K., Muhlfeld, C. et al. 2021. Testing a generalizable machine learning workflow for aquatic invasive species on Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Northwest Montana. Frontiers in Big Data (online early access).
16. *Leigh, D.M., *van Rees, C.B., Milette, K.L., et al. in press. Opportunities and challenges of macrogenetic studies. Nature Reviews Genetics.
15. van Rees, C.B., Aragonés, D., Bouten, W., Bustamente, J., and Green, A.J. 2021. Dynamic space use of Andalusian rice fields by Lesser Black-backed Gulls (Larus fuscus) is driven by flooding pattern. IBIS (online early access).
14. Paz-Vinas, I., Jensen, E.L., Bertola, L.D., Breed, M.F., Hand, B.K., Hunter, M.E., Kershaw F., Leigh D.M., Luikart, G., Mergeay, J., Miller, J.M., van Rees, C.B., Segelbacher, G., Hoban, S. 2021. Macro-genetic studies must not ignore limitations of genetic markers and scale. Ecology Letters 24(6): 1282-1284.
13. van Rees, C.B., Muñoz, M.A., Cooke, S.C., and Reed, J.M. 2021. Morphometric differences in an isolated, island-endemic subspecies of the Common gallinule (Gallinula galeata). Pacific Science 74(4): 345-364.
12. van Rees, C.B., Jähnig, S.C., et al., 2021. Safeguarding Freshwater Life Beyond 2020: Recommendations for the new Global Biodiversity Framework from the European Experience. Conservation Letters 14(1): e12771.
11. Gormally, B.M.G., van Rees, C.B., Bowers, E., Reed, J.M., and Romero, L.M. 2020. Feather corticosterone does not correlate with environmental stressors or body condition in an endangered waterbird. Conservation Physiology 8(1): coaa125.
10. van Rees, C.B., Surya, G., and Reed, J.M. 2020. Multiple Sources of Evidence for density dependence in the endangered Hawaiian stilt (Himantopus mexicanus knudsenii). Population Ecology 62: 207-219.
9. van Rees, C.B., Rozek, J.C., Garcia, G., and J.M. Reed 2019. Ecological Stakeholder Analogs as intermediaries between freshwater biodiversity conservation and sustainable water management. Environmental Policy and Governance 29.4: 303-312.
8. Cooke, S.C., Haskell, L.E., van Rees, C.B., and Fessl, B. 2019. A Review of the Introduced Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) in Galápagos. Biological Conservation 229:38-49.
7. van Rees, C.B. 2018. Wetland conservation in Hawaii and the need for flagship species. `Elepaio 78: 37-41.
6. van Rees, C.B. and J.M. Reed. 2018. The potential effects of habitat connectivity, management and sea level rise on the extinction risk of an endangered waterbird in a fragmented island landscape. PeerJ 6: e4990.
5. van Rees, C.B., Reed, J.M., Wilson, R.E., Underwood, J.G., and S.A. Sonsthagen 2018. Landscape genetics implicates stream and drainage infrastructure as corridors in the dispersal of an endangered wetland bird. Ecology and Evolution 8: 8328-8343.
4. van Rees, C.B., et al. 2018. Estimation of vital rates for the Hawaiian gallinule, a cryptic, endangered waterbird. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 9:117-131.
3. van Rees, C.B., Reed, J.M., Wilson, R.S., Underwood J.G., and S.A. Sonsthagen. 2018. Small-scale genetic structure in an endangered wetland specialist: possible effects of landscape change and population recovery. Conservation Genetics 19:129-142.
2. van Rees, C.B. and J.M. Reed 2015. Water Diplomacy from a Duck’s Perspective: Wildlife and Ecosystems as stakeholders in Water Management. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education 155:28-42.
1. van Rees, C.B. and J.M. Reed 2014. Wetland Loss in Hawai`i since human settlement. Wetlands 32:335-350.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
2. van Rees, C.B., Rozek, J.C., and Garcia, G. 2019. Confronting the Natural Domain: Strategies for Addressing Ecology and Conservation in Complex Water Management Challenges. In: Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Water Diplomacy: Problem-Driven Research and Practice. (Islam, S. and Smith, K., Eds.). Routledge Press.
1. Burgio, K.R., van Rees, C.B., Block, K.E., Pyle, P., Patten, M.A., Spreyer, M.F. and E.H. Bucher 2016. Monk Parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus), In: The Birds of North America (P.G. Rodewald, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Other Publications & Popular Press
van Rees, C.B. and Kawasaki, M.T. 2020. Restoring Hawaii’s wetlands is caring for our history, culture. Honolulu Star Advertiser, February 2020.
Reilly, E. and van Rees, C.B. 2018. Urban wetlands play key role in sustaining communities. Honolulu Star Advertiser, January 2018.
Creech, T., McClure, M., and van Rees, C.B. 2018. A Conservation Prioritization Tool for the Missouri Headwaters Basin. Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Bozeman, MT.
van Rees, C.B. 2017. Disney Conservation Fund Grant to Protect Endangered `Alae `Ula. Kolea 67:9. Conservation Council for Hawaii.
van Rees, C.B. 2015. Kokua needed to track the elusive `Alae `Ula. Kolea 65:5. Conservation Council for Hawaii.