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Dr. Lefevre is an ecologist, ornithologist and science educator with an interest in
consequences of human activity for biological diversity, including impacts on species
distributions, behaviour, and ecosystem functioning. She has conducted field studies
of bird populations and behavioural ecology in a variety of temperate, arctic and
tropical ecosystems. Other areas of interest include teaching methods for ecology,
seed dispersal, restoration ecology, wildlife management, biodiversity policy, and
the interplay between science and politics.
Lefevre, KL & AD Smith. 2020. Florida's strategic position for collaborative automated-telemetry
tracking of avian movements across the Americas. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management
Wolfe, EP, KL Lefevre & K Lang. 2020. Expansion of Roseate Spoonbill breeding distribution
in southern Florida. Florida Field Naturalist, In Press.
Lefevre, KL. 2018. Black Skimmer (Rynchops niger), In Neotropical Birds Online (T.
S. Schulenberg, Editor). Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA.
Cumming SG, D Stralberg, KL Lefevre, P Sólymos, EM Bayne, S Fang, T Fontaine, D Mazerolle,
FKA Schmiegelow & SJ Song. 2014. Climate and vegetation hierarchically structure patterns
of songbird distribution in Canadian boreal region. Ecography 37:137-151.
Lefevre, KL, S Sharma & FH Rodd. 2012. Moderate human disturbance alters composition
of rainforest plant and bird communities. Biotropica 44: 427-436.