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Publications by Ecology Faculty and Students

*Current or former graduate student; Bold font denotes a current Clemson faculty member, postdoc, or student.

Updates should be submitted to rbarre2@clemson.edu.

2017 and in press

Siemann, E., S. J. DeWalt, J. W. Zou, and W. E. Rogers. 2017. An experimental test of the EICA Hypothesis in multiple ranges: invasive populations outperform those from the native range independent of insect herbivore suppression. Annals of Botany 9:1-13.

Van Dyke, J., C.M. Bodinof Jachowski, D. Steen, B. Jackson, and W.A. Hopkins. 2017. Spatial differences in trace element bioaccumulation in turtles exposed to a partially remediated coal fly-ash spill. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36: 201-211.

2016

Barrett, K., C. Guyer, S.T. Samoray, and Y. Kanno. 2016. Stream and riparian habitat use by anurans along a forested gradient in western Georgia, USA. Copeia 104:570-576.

Bodinof Jachowski, C.M., J.J. Millspaugh, and W.A. Hopkins. 2016. Current land use is a poor predictor of hellbender occurrence: why assumptions matter when predicting distributions of data deficient species. Diversity and Distributions 22: 865-880.

Chazdon, R. L. and others including S. J. DeWalt. 2016. Carbon sequestration potential of second-growth forest regeneration in the Latin American tropics. Science Advances 2: e1501639.

Depper, G., D. Vigil, R.B. Powell, and B.A. Wright, B.A. 2016. Resource protection, visitor safety, and employee safety: How prepared is the National Park Service? Park Science, 32:18-24.

DeWalt, S.J., K. Ickes, and A. James. 2016. Forest and community structure of tropical sub-montane rain forests on the island of Dominica, Lesser Antilles. Caribbean Naturalist Special Issue 1: 116-137.

Heartsill Scalley, T., S. J. DeWalt, F. Korysko, G. Van Laere, K. Jacobs, S. Panka, and J. Torres. Communication from the Information Sharing Working Group: Agreement for data sharing among Caribbean Foresters. Caribbean Naturalist Special Issue 1: 30-34.

Gitzen, R.A., B.J. Keller, M.A. Miller, S.M. Goetz, D. Steen, D.S. Jachowski, J. Godwin, and J.J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Effective and purposeful monitoring of species reintroductions.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Holladay, P.J. and R.B. Powell. 2016. Social-ecological systems, stakeholders, and sustainability: A qualitative inquiry into community-based tourism in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Caribbean Studies 44.

Hopkins, W.A., J.A. Fallon, M. Beck, B.H. Coe, and C.M. Bodinof Jachowski. 2016. Haematological and immunological characteristics of eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) infected and co-infected with endo- and ectoparasites. Conservation Physiology 4: doi:10.1093/conphys/cow00.

Jachowski, D.S., S. Bremner-Harrison, D.A. Steen and K. Aarestrup.  2016.  Accounting for potential physiological, behavioral and community-level responses to reintroduction.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Jachowski, D.S., J.J. Millspaugh, P.L. Angermeier, and R. Slotow.  2016.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.  

Jachowski, D.S., J.J. Millspaugh, P.L. Angermeier and R. Slotow.  2016.  The future of animal reintroduction.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Jachowski, D.S., J.J. Millspaugh, P.L. Angermeier and R. Slotow.  2016.  An introduction to animal reintroduction in the Anthropocene.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Jachowski, D.S., C.T. Rota, C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford, and J.W. Edwards.  2016.  Seeing the forest through the trees: Considering roost-site selection at multiple spatial scales.  PLoS ONE 11(3):e0150011​.

Johnson, B., K. Barrett, J.A. Homyack, and R.F. Baldwin. 2016. Anuran occupancy and breeding site use of aquatic systems in a managed pine landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 368:45-54. 

Kanno, Y., K.C. Pregler, N.P. Hitt, B.H. Letcher, D.J. Hocking, and J.E.B. Wofford. 2016. Seasonal temperature and precipitation regulate brook trout young-of-the-year abundance and population dynamics. Freshwater Biology 61: 88-99.

Munanura, I., K.F. Backman, J. Hallo, and R. Powell. 2016. Perceptions of tourism benefits as a tool for wildlife conservation among protected area managers and local residents: The case of tourism revenue sharing at Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. DOI:10.1080/09669582.2016.1145228

O'Bryan, C.J., J.A. Homyack, R.F. Baldwin, Y. Kanno, and A.L. Harrison. 2016. Novel habitat use supports population maintenance in a reconfigured landscape. Ecosphere 7:e01228

Peoples, B.K. and E. A. Frimpong. 2016. Context-dependent outcomes in a reproductive mutualism between two freshwater fish species. Ecology and Evolution 6:1214-1233.

Pierfelice, K.N., B.G. Lockaby, K.W. Krauss, W.H. Conner, G.B. Noe, and M.C. Ricker. In Press. Salinity influences on above- and belowground net primary productivity in tidal wetlands. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (online release DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001223).

Pincebourde S, C Murdoch, M Vickers, M Sears. 2016. Fine-scale microclimatic variation can shape the responses of organisms to global change in both natural and urban environments. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56:45–61

Poorter, L., F. Bongers, and others including S. J. DeWalt. 2016. Biomass resilience of Neotropical secondary forests. Nature 530: 211-214.

Powell, R.B., G.P. Ramshaw, S.S. Ogletree, and K. Krafte. 2016. Can heritage resources highlight changes to the natural environment caused by climate change? Evidence from the Antarctic tourism experience. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 11:71-87.

Ricker, M.C., B.G. Lockaby, G.D. Blosser, and W.H. Conner. In Press. Rapid wood decay and nutrient mineralization in an old-growth bottomland hardwood forest. Biogeochemistry (online release DOI: 10.1007/s10533-016-0183-y).

Ross, B.E., D. Haukos, C. Hagen, and J. Pitman. In press. The relative contribution of variation in climate to changes in lesser prairie-chicken abundance. Ecosphere.

Ross, B.E., D. Haukos, C. Hagen, and J. Pitman. 2016. Landscape composition creates a threshold influencing Lesser Prairie-Chicken population resilience to extreme drought. Global Ecology and Conservation 6:179-188.

Schwermann, A.H., dos Santos Rolo, T., Caterino, M.S., Bechly, G., Schmied, H., Baumbach, T., & van de Kamp, T. 2016. Preservation of three-dimensional anatomy in phosphatized fossil arthropods enriches evolutionary inference. ELife 5: e12129. 

Sears MW, Angilletta MJ, MS Schuler, J Borchert, K Dilliplane, M Stegman, T Rusch, W Mitchell. 2016. Configuration of the thermal landscape determines thermoregulatory performance of ectotherms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1604824113

Sheehan, K., D.W. Tonkyn, G.K. Yarrow, and R. J. Johnson. In press. Parasite assemblages of double-crested cormorants as indicators of geographically similar subspecies. Ecological Indicators.

Skibins, J.C., R.B. Powell, and J. Hallo. 2016. Lucky 13: Conservation implications of broadening ‘Big 5’ flagship species recognition in East Africa. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. DOI:10.1080/09669582.2015.1101126

Stagg, C.L., K.W. Krauss, D.R. Cahoon, N. Cormier, W.H. Conner, and C.W. Swarzenski. In Press. Resilience of coastal wetlands in sea-level rise-induced alternative states. Ecosystems.

Stern, M.J., N.M.  Ardoin, and R.B. Powell. 2016. Exploring the effectiveness of community outreach strategies: The case of the Audubon Toyota TogetherGreen program. Society and Natural Resources. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2016.1164266

Stratmann, T.S.M., K. Barrett, and T.M. Floyd. 2016. Locating rare habitat for a rare species: evaluation of a species distribution model for bog turtles (Glyptemys muhlenbergii) in the southeastern United States. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 11:199-213.

Wilson, S.B., R. Colquhoun, A. Klink, T. Lanini, S. Riggs, B. Simpson, A. Williams, and D.S. Jachowski.  2016.  Recent detections of Spilogale putorius (Eastern Spotted Skunk) in South Carolina.  Southeastern Naturalist 15:269-274.

Zhou, L., L-f. Yang, and J.C. Morse. 2016. New species of microcaddisflies from China (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae). Zootaxa 4097: 203–219.


2015 

Brownlee, M.T.J., J.C. Hallo, L.W. Jodice, D.D. Moore, R.B. Powell, and B.A. Wright. 2015. Place attachment and marine recreationists’ attitudes towards offshore wind energy development. Journal of Leisure Research, 47:263-284.

Caterino, M.S., M. Polihronakis, and S. Chatzimanolis. 2015. On the origins of the insect fauna of California's Channel Islands: A comparative phylogeographic study of island beetles. Proceedings of the 8th California Channel Island Symposium.  

Caterino, M.S. and A.K. Tishechkin. 2015. Phylogeny and generic limits in New World Exosternini (Coleoptera: Histeridae: Histerinae). Systematic Entomology 40: 109-142.

Caterino, M.S., K. Wolf-Schwenninger and G. Bechly. 2015. Cretonthophilus tuberculatus, a remarkable new genus and species of histerid beetle (Coleoptera: Histeridae) from Middle Cretaceous Burmese amber. Zootaxa 4052: 241-245.

Caterino, M.S., Caterino, K.J., and D.R. Maddison. 2015. Extant! Living Bembidion palosverdes Kavanaugh & Erwin (Carabidae) found on Santa Catalina Island, California. The Coleopterists Bulletin 69(3): 410-411.

Childress, M.J., K.M. Heldt* and S.D. Miller*. 2015. Are Caribbean spiny lobsters becoming less social? ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (suppl. 1): i170-i176.

Dai, J.*, J. Wang*, A.T. Chow, and W.H. Conner. 2015. Electrical energy production from forest detritus in a forested wetland using microbial fuel cells. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 7: 244-252.

DeWalt, S.J., B.N. Taylor*, and K. Ickes. 2015. Density-dependent survival in seedlings differs among woody life-forms in tropical wet forests of a Caribbean island. Biotropica 47:310-319.

DeWalt, S.J., S.A. Schnitzer, L.F. Alves, F. Bongers, R.J. Burnham, Z. Cai, W.P. Carson, J. Chave, G.B. Chuyong, F.R.C. Costa, C.E.N. Ewango, R.V. Gallagher, J.J. Gerwing, E. Gortaire Amezcua, T. Hart, G. Ibarra-Manríquez, K. Ickes, D. Kenfack, S.G. Letcher, M J. Macía, J.-R. Makana, A. Malizia, M. Martínez-Ramos, J. Mascaro, C. Muthumperumal, S. Muthuramkumar, A. Nogueira, M.P.E. Parren, N. Parthasarathy, D.R. Pérez-Salicrup, F.E. Putz, H. Romero-Saltos, M.S. Reddy, M.N. Sainge, D. Thomas, and J. van Melis. 2015. Biogeographical patterns of liana abundance and diversity. Pages 131-146 in S.A. Schnitzer, F. Bongers, F.E. Putz, and R.J. Burnham, editors. Ecology of lianas. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK.

Diggins, C.A., D. S. Jachowski, J. Martin, and W. M. Ford. 2015. Incidental captures of eastern spotted skunk in a high-elevation spruce forest in Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:N6-N10.

Hains, J.J. 2015. A review of ‘Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science’. Lake and Reservoir Management.31:80-82. 

Heldt, K.M.*, W.C. Bridges, Jr. and M.J. Childress. 2015. Behavioral responses to habitat loss in juvenile lobsters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 521:117-128.  

Hunter, E., N.P. Nibbelink, C.R. Alexander, K. Barrett, L.F. Mengak, R.K. Guy, C.T. Moore, and R.J. Cooper. 2015. Coastal vertebrate exposure to predicted habitat changes due to sea level rise. Environmental Management 6:1528-1537. 

Jachowski, D.S., T. Katzner, J.L. Rodrigue, and W.M. Ford. 2015. Monitoring landscape-level distribution and migration phenology of raptors using a volunteer camera trap network. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39:555-563.

Jachowski, D.S., D.C. Kesler, D.A. Steen, and J.R. Walters. 2015. Rethinking baselines in endangered species recovery. Journal of Wildlife Management 79: 3-9.

Jachowski, D.S., S. McCorquodale, B.E. Washburn, and J.J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Human disturbances and the physiological response of elk in Eastern Washington.  Wildlife Biology in Practice 11:12-25.

Jachowski, D.S., and N.J. Singh.  2015.  Toward a mechanistic understanding of animal migration: Incorporating physiological measurements in studies of animal movement.  Conservation Physiology 3:cov035.

Jachowski, D.S., B.E. Washburn, and J.J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Revisiting the importance of accounting for seasonal and diel rhythms in fecal stress hormone studies.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 39:738-745.

Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, N.P. Hitt, D.A. Boughton, J.E.B. Wofford, and E.F. Zipkin. 2015. Seasonal weather patterns drive population vital rates and persistence in a stream fish. Global Change Biology 21:1856-1870.

Kanno, Y., B H. Letcher, A.L. Rosner, K.P. O'Neal, and K H. Nislow. 2015. Environmental factors affecting brook trout occurrence in headwater stream segments. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:373-382.

Krauss, K.W., J.A. Duberstein, and W.H. Conner. 2015. Assessing stand water use in four coastal swamp forests under different settings using sapflow techniques. Hydrological Processes 29:112-127.

Krimmel, B.A. and A.G. Wheeler, Jr. 2015. Host-plant stickiness disrupts novel ant-mealybug association. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. DOI: 10.1007/s1 1829-015-9360-5. 

Lucas, J.S.*, S.C. LoebP.G.R. Jodice. 2015. Roost selection by Rafinesque’s big-eared bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) in optimal habitat. Acta Chiropterologica 17: 131-141.

Maerz, J.C., K. Barrett, K.K. Cecala, and J.L. DeVore. 2015. Detecting enigmatic declines of a once common salamander in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 14:771-784. 

McKenna, D.D., B.D. Farrell, M.S. Caterino, C.W. Farnum, D.C. Hawks, D.R. Maddison, A. Seago, A.E.Z. Short, A.F. Newton, and M.K. Thayer. 2015. Phylogeny and evolution of Staphyliniformia (and Scarabaeiformia): Litter as a stepping stone for diversification of non-phytophagous beetles. Systematic Entomology 40: 35-60.

McKenna, D.D., Wild, A.L., Kanda, K., Bellamy, C.L., Beutel, R.G., Caterino, M.S., Farnum, C.W., Hawks, D.C., Ivie, M.A., Jameson, M.L., Leschen, R.A.B., Marvaldi, A.E., McHugh, J.V., Newton, A.F., Robertson, J.A., Thayer, M.K., Whiting, M.F., Lawrence, J.F., Slipinski, A., Maddison, D.R., and B.D. Farrell 2015. Beetles survived the end Permian mass extinction to diversify during the Cretaceous terrestrial revolution. Systematic Entomology 40: 835-880.

McManamay, R.A., B.K. Peoples, D.J. Orth, C.A. Dolloff and D.C. Matthews. 2015. Isolating causal pathways between flow and fish in the regulated river hierarchy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 1731-1748.

Moody, K.N.*, S.N. Hunter, M.J. Childress, R.W. Blob, H.L. Schoenfuss, M.J. Blum and M.B. Ptacek. 2015. Local adaptation despite high gene flow in the waterfall-climbing Hawaiian goby, Sicypoterus stimpsoni. Molecular Ecology 24:545-563.

Nair, G.A., J.C. Morse, and S.A. Marshall. 2015. Aquatic insects and their societal benefits and risks. Keraljyothi 52: 7-11. [in Hindi] Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 3: 171-177. [in English]

Park, I.W.* and D.W. Tonkyn. 2015. How many species are there? Determining species richness. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology:10:1-31.

Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Biotic interactions and habitat drive positive co-occurrence between facilitating and beneficiary stream fishes. Journal of Biogeography 43: 923-931.

Peoples, B.K., L.A. Blanc and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Lotic cyprinid communities can be structured as nest webs and predicted by the stress-gradient hypothesis. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1666- 1677.

Pilgrim, C., E. Mikhailova,  C. Post, J.J. Hains, and S. Cox. 2015. Spatial and temporal analysis of sedimentation in Lake Issaqueena, South Carolina. Water Science 29:93-108.

Pilkay, G.L., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, M.D. Toews, J.K. Greene, and W.C. Bridges. 2015. Spatial and temporal dynamics of stink bugs in southeastern farmscapes. Journal of Insect Science 15.

Riddell EA, MW Sears. 2015. Geographic variation of resistance to water loss within two species of lungless salamanders: implications for activity. Ecosphere 6: art86.

Roach, N.* and K. Barrett. 2015. Managed habitats increase occupancy of Black Rails (Laterallus jamaicensis) and may buffer impacts from sea level rise. Wetlands 35:1065-1076. 

Sears MW, MJ Angilletta. 2015. Costs and benefits of thermoregulation revisited: both the heterogeneity and spatial structure of temperature drive energetic costs. American Naturalist 185: E94-E102. Recommended by Faculty of 1000.

Slik, J.W.F., and numerous co-authors including S.J. DeWalt. 2015. An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:7472-7477.

Stambaugh, M.C., J.M. Varner, R.F. Noss, D.C. Dey, N.L. Christensen, R.F. Baldwin, R.P. Guyette, B.B. Hanberry, C.A. Harper, S.G. Lindblom, and T.A. Waldrop. 2015. Clarifying the role of fire in the deciduous forests of eastern North America: reply to Matlack. Conservation Biology 29: 942-946.

Steen, D.A. and K. Barrett. 2015. Should states value species at the edge of their geographic range? Journal of Wildlife Management 79:872-876. 

Surasinghe, T.D. and R.F. Baldwin. 2015. Importance of riparian forest buffers in conservation of stream biodiversity: responses to land-uses by stream-associated salamanders across two Southeastern temperate ecoregions. Journal of Herpetology. 

Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett, A.T. Moody, C.S. Loftin, P.G. deMaynadier, and P. Nanjappa. 2015. Changes in climatic niche and climate refugia of conservation priority salamander species in the northeastern United States. Forests 6: 1-26.

Vezeau, S., R.B. Powell, M.J. Stern, D. Moore, and B. Wright. 2015. Development and validation of a scale for measuring stewardship behaviors and elaboration in children. Environmental Education ResearchDOI: 10.1080/13504622.2015.1121377

Wells, C.N.*, P.B. Marko, and D.W. Tonkyn. The phylogenetic history of the threatened Diana fritillary, Speyeria diana (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), with implications for conservation.  Conservation Genetics. 

Wheeler, A.G., Jr. and B.A. Krimmel. 2015. Mirid (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) specialists of sticky plants : adaptations, interactions, and ecological implications. Annual Review of Entomology 60: 393-414.

Wone BWM, P Madsen, ER Donovan, MK Labocha, MW Sears, CJ Downs, D Sorensen, JP Hayes. 2015. A strong response to selection on mass-independent maximal metabolic rate without a correlated response in basal metabolic rate. Heredity 114: 419–427

Woods, C.L.*, C.L. Cardelús, and S.J. DeWalt. 2015. Microhabitat associations of vascular epiphytes in a wet tropical forest canopy. Journal of Ecology 103:421-430.

2014

Adler, P.H., A. Inci, A. Yildirim, O. Duzlu, J.W. McCreadie, M. Kúdela, A. Khazeni, T. Brúderová, G. Seitz, H. Takaoka, Y. Otsuka and J. Bass. 2014. Are black flies of the subgenus Wilhelmia (Diptera: Simuliidae) multiple species or a single geographical generalist? Insights from the macrogenome. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. doi: 10.1111/bij.12403

Ayers, C.R., J.L. Belant, D.A. Eads, D.S. Jachowski, and J.J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Investigation of factors affecting black-footed ferret litter size.  Western North American Naturalist 74: 108-115.

Barrett, K. N.P. Nibbelink, and J.C. Maerz. 2014. Identifying priority species and conservation opportunities under future climate scenarios: amphibians in a biodiversity hotspot. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:282-297. 

Barrett, K. and S.J. Price. 2014. Urbanization and stream salamanders: a review, conservation options, and research needs. Freshwater Science 33:927-940.  

Beauchene, M., M. Becker, C.J. Bellucci, N. Hagstrom, and Y. Kanno. 2014. Defining summer thermal thresholds of fish community transitions in Connecticut streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34: 119-131.

Brooks, G.L.*, F.J. Sanders, P.D. Gerard, and P.G.R. Jodice. 2014. Daily survival rates for nests of Black Skimmers from a core breeding area of the Southeastern USA. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126:443-450.

Brownlee, M.T.J., J.C. Hallo, D.D. Moore, R.B. Powell, and B.A. Wright. 2014. Attitudes towards water conservation: The influence of site specific factors and beliefs in climate change. Society and Natural Resources, 27:964-982.

Carlson-Bremer, D., T.M. Norton, F.J. Sanders, B. Winn, M. Spinks, B.A. Glatt, L. Mazzaro, P.G.R. Jodice, T. Chen, E.S. Dierenfeld. 2014. Circulating fat-soluble vitamin concentrations and nutrient composition of aquatic prey eaten by American Oystercatchers in the southeastern United States. Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 28:216-224. 

Caruso, N.M., M.W. Sears, D.C. Adams, and K.L. Lips. 2014. Widespread reductions in body size of salamanders in response to climate change. Global Change Biology 20: 1751-1759.

Caterino, M.S. and A.K. Tishechkin. 2014. New genera and species of Neotropical Exosternini. ZooKeys 381: 11-78.

Conner, W.H., J.A. Duberstein, J.W. Day, Jr., and S. Hutchinson. 2014. Forest community changes along a flooding/elevation gradient in a south Louisiana forested wetland from 1986-2009. Wetlands 34(3):803-814.

Conner, W.H., K.W. Krauss, A.H. Baldwin, and S. Hutchinson. 2014. Tidal wetlands. Encyclopedia of Natural Resources, Taylor and Francis Group, NY, Published online: 21 Oct 2014.

Dégallier, N., M.S. Caterino, and A.K. Tishechkin. 2014. Notes sur la série typique de Baconia chilense (Redtenbacher, 1868) et désignation de lectotypes (Coleoptera, Histeridae, Histerinae, Exosternini) Bulletin de la Sociétè Entomologique de France 119: 237-238.

deGravelles, W.W.*, S. Hutchinson, and W.H. Conner. 2014. Survial and growth of uppressed baldcypress reproduction in response to canopy gap creation in a North Carolina, USA Swamp. Wetlands 34:79-87.

Duberstein, J.A.*, W.H. Conner, and K.W. Krauss. 2014. Woody vegetation communities of tidal freshwater swamps in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida (US) with comparisons to similar systems in the US and South America. Journal of Vegetation Science 25:848 - 862.

Ferguson, L.M.*, T.M. Norton, A. Dipl, C. Cray, M. Olivia, P.G.R. Jodice. 2014. Health assessments of brown pelican nestlings from colonies in South Carolina and Georgia. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 45:835-845.

Homyack, J.A., C.J. O’Bryan, J.E. Thornton, and R.F. Baldwin. 2014. Anuran assemblages associated with roadside ditches in a managed pine landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 334:217-231.

Ito, T., R. W. Wisseman, J. C. Morse, M. H. Colbo, and J. S. Weaver, III. 2014. The genus Palaeagapetus Ulmer (Trichoptera, Hydroptilidae, Ptilocolepinae) in North America. Zootaxa 3794:201-221.

Jachowski, D.S.  2014. Wild Again: The Struggle to Save the Black-footed Ferret. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Jachowski, D.S., C.A. Dobony, L.S. Coleman, W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and J.L. Rodrigue.  2014. Disease and community structure: white-nose syndrome alters spatial and temporal niche partitioning in sympatric bat species. Diversity and Distributions 20:1002-1015.

Jachowski, D.S., C.M.B. Jachowski, and W.M. Ford. 2014. Is white-nose syndrome causing insectivory release and altering ecosystem function in the eastern US? Bat Research News 55: 21-24. 

Jachowski, D.S., T.W. Mong, B.E. Washburn, J.H. Schulz, and J.J. Millspaugh.  2014. Evaluating the effect of short-term capture and handling on fecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in mourning doves. Wildlife Biology in Practice 10: 39-50.

Jachowski, D.S., J.B. Johnson, C.A. Dobony, J.W. Edwards, and W.M. Ford. 2014. Space use and resource selection by foraging Indiana bats at the northern edge of their distribution. Endangered Species Research 24: 149-157.

Jachowski, D.S., R. Slotow and J.J. Millspaugh. 2014. Good virtual fences make good neighbors: Opportunities for conservation. Animal Conservation 17: 187-196. 

Jenkins, D.A., R.F. Mizell III, S.J. Van Bloem, S.L. Whitmire, L. Wiscovitch, C. Zaleski, and R. Goenaga. 2014. An analysis of arthropod interceptions by APHIS-PPQ and Customs and Border Protection in Puerto Rico. American Entomologist 60: 44-55.

Jodice, P.G.R., J.M. Thibault*, S.A.Collins*, M. Spinks, and F.J. Sanders. 2014. Reproductive ecology of American Oystercatchers nesting on shell rakes. Condor. 116:588-598.

Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, J.A. Coombs, K.H. Nislow, and A.R. Whiteley. 2014. Linking movement and reproductive history of brook trout to assess habitat connectivity in a heterogeneous stream network. Freshwater Biology 59: 142-154.

Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, J.C. Vokoun, and E.F. Zipkin. 2014. Spatial variability in adult brook trout survival within two intensively surveyed headwater stream networks. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71:1010-1019.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, and B.H. Letcher. 2014. Paired stream-air temperature measurements reveal fine-scale thermal heterogeneity within headwater brook trout stream networks. River Research and Applications. DOI:10.1002/rra.2677

Leonard, P.B.*R.F. Baldwin, E.B. Duffy, D.J. Lipscomb, and A.M. Rose. 2014.  High-throughput computing provides substantial time savings for landscape and conservation planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 125: 156-165.

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