Tarr, N.M. Multispecies fragmentation metrics. Landscape Ecology. In preparation.

Duden, A.S., Rubino, M.J., Tarr, N.M., Verweij, P.A., Faaij, A.P.C., and F. van der Hilst. 2018 Impact of increased wood pellet demand on biodiversity in the southeastern US. GCB Bioenergy. In review.

McKerrow, A.J., Tarr, N.M., Rubino, M.J., and S.G. Williams. 2018. Patterns of species richness hotspots and estimates of their protection are sensitive to spatial resolution. Diversity and Distributions. In press.

Tarr, N.M., Rubino, M.J., Costanza, J., McKerrow, A., Collazo, J., and R. Abt. 2016. Projected gains and losses of wildlife habitat from bioenergy-induced landscape change. GCB Bioenergy. doi: 10.1111/gcbb12383.

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. 2012. Conservation recommendations for priority terrestrial wildlife species and habitats in North Carolina. pdf

Tarr, N.M., Simons, T.R., and K. H. Pollock. 2010. An experimental assessment of vehicle disturbance effects on migratory shorebirds. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(8):1776-1783.

Tarr, N.M. 2008. Fall migration and vehicle disturbance of shorebirds at South Core Banks, North Carolina. master’s thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. pdf