- Ph.D., 2014, University of Exeter
- Animal Population Dynamics and Management
- Quantitative Ecology
- Hooten, M. B., H. R. Scharf, T. J. Hefley, A. T. Pearse, and M. D. Weegman. 2018. Animal movement models for migratory individuals and groups. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 00:1-14.
- Weegman, M. D. 2018. Improving population-level inference through study of avian life histories with integrated population models. Auk.
- Specht, H. M., H. T. Reich, F. Iannarilli, M. R. Edwards, S. P. Stapleton, M. D. Weegman, M. K. Johnson, B. J. Yohannes, and T. W. Arnold. 2017. Occupancy surveys with conditional replicates: an alternative sampling design for rare species. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8:1725-1734.
- Weegman, M. D., A. D. Fox, G. M. Hilton, D. J. Hodgson, A. J. Walsh, L. R. Griffin, and S. Bearhop. 2017. Diagnosing the decline of the Greenland white-fronted goose Anser albifrons flavirostris using population and individual level techniques. Wildfowl 67:3-18.
- Weegman, M. D., S. Bearhop, G. M. Hilton, A. J. Walsh, L. Griffin, H. Resheff, R. Nathan, and A. D. Fox. 2017. Using accelerometry to compare costs of extended migration in an Arctic herbivore. Current Zoology 63:667-674.
- Weegman, M. D., T. W. Arnold, R. D. Dawson, D. W. Winkler, and R. G. Clark. 2017. Integrated population models reveal local weather conditions are the key drivers of population dynamics in an aerial insectivore. Oecologia 185:119-130.