LeDee, O., S. Handler, C. Hoving, C. Swanston, and B. Zuckerberg. Preparing wildlife for climate change: how far have we come? Journal of Wildlife Management. In press.
Thurman, L., B. Stein, E. Beever, W. Foden, S. Geange, N. green, J. Gross, D. Lawreence, O. LeDee, J. Olden, L. Thompson, and B. Young. 2020. Persist in place or shift in space? Evaluating the adaptive capacity of species to climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.2253
Weiskopf, S., O. LeDee, and L. Thompson. 2019. Climate change effects on deer and moose in the Midwest. Journal of Wildlife Management DOI 10.1002/jwmg.21649
Cohen J., S. Maddock, M. Bimbi, W. Golder, O. LeDee, F. Cuthbert, D. Catlin, J. Fraser, and C. Gratto–Trevor. 2018. State uncertainty models and mark–resight models for understanding nonbreeding site use by the piping plover (Charadrius melodus). Ibis 160:342–354
LeDee, O. and C. Ribic. 2015. Determining climate change management priorities: a case study from Wisconsin. Journal of Conservation Planning 11:1–12.
Pomara, L., O. LeDee, K. Martin, and B. Zuckerberg. 2014. Demographic consequences of climate change and land cover help explain a history of extirpations and range contraction in a declining snake species. Global Change Biology 20:2087–2099.
Perry, M., R. Gutiérrez, R. Kirby, O. LeDee, and W. LaHaye. 2011. Climate change and spotted owls: potentially contrasting responses in the Southwestern United States. Global Change Biology 18:865–880.
LeDee, O., W. Karasov, K. Martin, M. Meyer, C. Ribic, and T. Van Deelen. 2011. Envisioning the future of wildlife in a changing climate: collaborative learning for adaptation planning. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:508–513.
LeDee, O., R. Barnes, R. Emanuel, P.B. Fisher, S. Henkel, and J. Marlon. 2011. Training a “new scientist” to meet the challenges of a changing environment. Eos 16:135–136.
Hull, S., D. Sample, D. Drake, S. Fandel, L. Kardash, O. LeDee, and S. Schwab. 2011. The Wisconsin greater prairie chicken program: integrating research, management, and community outreach in the 21st century. Passenger Pigeon 73:89–99.
LeDee, O., T. Arnold, E. Roche, and F. Cuthbert. 2010. Use of breeding and nonbreeding encounters to estimate survival and fidelity in the Great Lakes piping plover. Condor 114:637–643.
LeDee, O., K. Nelson, and F. Cuthbert. 2010. The challenge of threatened and endangered species management in coastal areas. Coastal Management 38:337–353.
LeDee, O., F. Cuthbert, and P. Bolstad. 2008. A remote sensing analysis of coastal habitat composition for a threatened shorebird, the piping plover (Charadrius melodus). Journal of Coastal Research 24: 719–726.
LeDee, O., A. Mosser, T. Gamble, G. Childs, and K. Oberhauser. 2007. A science club takes on water and soil quality. Science and Children, Summer: 35–37.
Moore, R. and O. LeDee. 2006. Supplemental instruction and the performance of developmental education students in an introductory biology course. Journal of College Reading and Learning 36: 9–20.
Blumstein, D.T., E. Fernández–Juricic, O. LeDee, E. Larson, I. Rodriguez–Prieto, and C. Zugmeyer. 2004. Avian risk assessment: effects of perching height and detectability. Ethology 110:273–285.
Technical Reports/Other Publications
Martin, K., T. Knoot, O. LeDee, and B. Zuckerberg. 2015. Barriers and opportunities to managing for disturbance and environmental change. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
LeDee, O., S. Hagell, K. Martin, D. McFarland, M. Meyer, A. Paulios, C. A. Ribic, D. Sample, and T. Van Deelen. 2013. Climate change impacts on Wisconsin’s wildlife: a preliminary assessment. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Technical Bulletin No. 197.
Dziegielewska, D. and O. LeDee. 2012. Within the boundaries: management options for conservation lands in an era of climate change. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
Finch, D., D. Smith, O. LeDee, J. Cartron, and M. Rumble. 2012. Climate change, animal species, and habitats: adaptation and issues. U.S.D.A. Forest Service. RMRS–GTR–285.
LeDee, O. 2011. It’s time to reward collaboration. Guest Editorial. The Wildlife Professional, Fall Issue.
Contributing Author. 2011. Wisconsin’s changing climate: impacts and adaptation. 2011. Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts. Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Contributing Author. 2010. Climate change and Massachusetts fish and wildlife: introduction and background. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences and Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife.