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Caterino, M.S., M. Polihronakis, and S. Chatzimanolis. In press. 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.
Chazdon, R. L. and others including S. J. DeWalt. In press. Carbon sequestration potential of second-growth forest regeneration in the Latin American tropics. Science Advances.
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.
Diggins, C.A., D. S. Jachowski, J. Martin, and W. M. Ford. In press. Incidental captures of eastern spotted skunk in a high-elevation spruce forest in Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist.
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.
Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, N.P. Hitt, D.A. Boughton, J.E.B. Wofford, and E.F. Zipkin. In press. Seasonal weather patterns drive population vital rates and persistence in a stream fish. Global Change Biology . DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12837
Kanno, Y., B H. Letcher, A.L. Rosner, K.P. O'Neal, and K H. Nislow. In press. Environmental factors affecting brook trout occurrence in headwater stream segments. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
Poorter, L., F. Bongers, and others including S. J. DeWalt. 2016. Biomass resilience of Neotropical secondary forests. Nature 530: 211-214.
Caterino, M.S. and A.K. Tishechkin. 2015. Phylogeny and generic limits in New World Exosternini (Coleoptera: Histeridae: Histerinae). Systematic Entomology 40: 109-142.
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.
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.
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. Loeb, and P.G.R. Jodice. In press. Roost selection by Rafinesque’s big-eared bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) in a pristine habitat at three spatial scales. Acta Chiropertologica.
McKenna, D.D., Farrell, B.D., Caterino, M.S., Farnum, C.W., Hawks, D.C., Maddison, D.R., Seago, A., Short, A.E.Z., Newton, A.F., and Thayer, M.K. 2015. Phylogeny and evolution of Staphyliniformia (and Scarabaeiformia): Litter as a stepping stone for diversification of non-phytophagous beetles. Systematic Entomology 40: 35-60.
Naughton, I., M.S. Caterino, C. Hanna, and D. Holway. In press. Contributions to an arthropod inventory of Santa Cruz Island, California. Proceedings of the 8th California Channel Islands Symposium.
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.
Pilkay, G.L., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, M.D. Toews, J.K. Greene, and W.C. Bridges. In press. Spatial and temporal dynamics of stink bugs in southeastern farmscapes. Journal of Insect Science.
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.
Surasinghe, T.D. and R.F. Baldwin. In press. 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.
Wells, C.N.*, Marko, P.B. 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.
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.
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.
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.
Dai, J.*, J. Wang*, A.T. Chow, and W.H. Conner. In press. Electrical energy production from forest detritus in a forested wetland using microbial fuel cells. Global Change Biology Bioenergy.
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.
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.
Loeb, S. C., and J.M. O’Keefe. 2014. Indiana bats, northern long-eared bats, and prescribed fire in the Appalachians: challenges and considerations. Pg. 73-81 in Proceedings of the Wildland Fire in the Appalachians Conference (T. A. Waldrop, ed.). Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-, Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.
Loeb, S. C., E. A. Winters, M. E. Glaser, M. L. Snively, K. S. Laves, J. K. Isle. 2014. Observations of little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus) habitat associations and activity in the Chugach National Forest, Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist 95:264-276.
Lucas, J.S.*, S.C. Loeb, P.G.R. Jodice. In press. Roost selection by Rafinesque’s big-eared bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) in optimal habitat. Acta Chiropterologica.
McCreadie, J.W. and P.H. Adler. 2014. Abundance-occupancy relationships of larval black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in temperate Nearctic streams. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7: 523-532. doi: 10.1111/icad.12075
Meszaros, A, D.H. Oi, S.M. Valles, J.M. Beuzelin, F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and S.J. Johnson. 2014. Statewide distribution of Pseudacteon spp. (Diptera: Phoridae), biological control agents of Solenopsis spp. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), in Louisiana and prevalence of the fire ant parasite Kneallhazia solenopsae (Microsporidia: Thelohaniidae). Biological Control. 77: 93-100.
O'Keefe, J.M., S.C. Loeb, H.S. Hill, Jr., and J.D. Lanham. 2014. Quantifying clutter: a comparison of four methods and their relationship to bat detection. Forest Management and Ecology 322: 1 - 9.
Pilkay, G.L., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and J.K. Greene. 2014. Host preference of the parasitoid Trichopoda pennipes (Diptera: Tachinidae) with Euschistus servus and Nezara viridula (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Entomological Science. 49(1): 56-62.
Pitt, A.L., R.F. Baldwin, J.J. Tavano, T.A. Waldrop, and R.J. Phillips. 2014. Synthesis of the effects of fire on Southern Appalachian Fauna. Pages 86-95 In Wildland Fire in the Appalachians: Discussions Among Managers and Scientists. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SRS-199.
Pulakkatu-Thodi, I., D. Reisig, J. K. Greene, F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and M.D. Toews. 2014. Within-field spatial distribution of stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)-induced boll injury in commercial cotton fields of the southeastern United States. Environmental Entomology. 43(3): 744-752.
Reay-Jones, F.P.F. 2014. Spatial distribution of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in wheat. Journal of Insect Science. 14:98.
Sears, M.W. and M.J. Angilletta. In press. Costs and benefits of thermoregulation revisited: both the heterogeneity and spatial structure of temperature drive energetic costs. The American Naturalist.
Seiter, N.J., J.K. Greene, and F.P.F. Reay-Jones. 2014. Aggregation and oviposition preferences of Megacopta cribraria (Hemiptera: Plataspidae) in laboratory bioassays. Journal of Entomological Science. 49(3): 331-335.
Surasinghe, T.D. and R.F. Baldwin. 2014. Ghost of land use past in the context of current land cover: Evidence from salamander communities in streams of Blue Ridge and Piedmont ecoregions. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 92: 527-536.
Taylor, B. N.*, K. Ickes, and S. J. DeWalt. 2014. Seed removal by an introduced scatter-hoarder on a Caribbean island. Caribbean Journal of Science 48: 9-17.
Weerasena, L., D. Shier, and D. Tonkyn. 2014. A hierarchical approach to designing compact ecological reserve systems. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 19:437 - 449. DOI:10.1007/s10666-013-9393-z
Wells, C. N.* and D. W. Tonkyn. 2014. Range collapse in the Diana fritillary, Speyeria diana (Nymphalidae). Insect Conservation and Diversity 7:365 - 380.
Wolfe, B.T*., G.E. Saldaña Diaz*, and S.J. Van Bloem. 2014. Fire resistance in a Caribbean dry forest: inferences from bark thickness allometry. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 30:133-142 doi:10.1017/S0266467413000904
Zipkin, E.F., J.T. Thorson, K. See, H.J. Lynch, E.H.C. Grant, Y. Kanno, R.B. Chandler, B.H. Letcher, and J.A. Royle. 2014. Modeling structured population dynamics using data from unmarked individuals. Ecology 95: 22-29.
Brooks, G.L.*, F.J. Sanders, P.D. Gerard, P.G.R. Jodice. 2013. Daily survival rate for nests and chicks of Least Terns (Sternula antillarum). Waterbirds 36: 1-10.
Campbell, B.J., and D.L. Kirchman. 2013. Bacterial diversity, community structure and potential growth rates along an estuarine salinity gradient. ISME Journal 4: 210-220.
Campbell B.J., S.W. Polson, L.Z. Allen, S.J. Williamson, C.K. Lee, K.E. Wommack, S.C. Cary. 2013. Differential diversity and composition of microbial communities between basalt- and sediment-based hydrothermal vent spreading centers. Frontiers in Extreme Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00182.
Chow, A.T., J. Dai*, W.H. Conner, D.R. Hitchcock, and J. Wang*. 2013. Dissolved organic matter and nutrient dynamics of a coastal freshwater forested wetland in Winyah Bay, South Carolina. Biogeochemistry 112: 571-587.
Conner, W.H. and J.A. Cherry. 2013. Plant productivity – bottomland hardwood forests. In: K.R. Reddy, P. Megonigal, and R.D. DeLaune, eds. Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands, Soil Science Society of America.
Converse, S.J., J.A. Royle, P.H. Adler, R.P. Urbanek & J.A. Barzen. 2013. A hierarchical nest survival model integrating incomplete temporally varying covariates. Ecology and Evolution 3: 4439-4447. doi: 10.1002/ece3.822
Cormier, N., W.H. Conner, and K.W. Krauss. 2013. Periodicity in stem growth and litterfall in tidal freshwater forested wetlands: influence of salinity and drought on nitrogen recycling. Estuaries and Coasts 36: 533-546.
Dent, D. H., S.J. DeWalt, and J.S. Denslow. 2013. Secondary tropical forests of central Panama increase in similarity to old-growth forest over time in shade tolerance but not species composition. Journal of Vegetation Science 24: 530-542.
DiStefano, R.J., T.R. Black, S.S. Herleth-King, Y. Kanno, and H.T. Mattingly. 2013. Life histories of two populations of the imperiled crayfish Orconectes (Procericambarus) williamsi (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in southwestern Missouri, USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology 33: 15-24.
Duberstein, J.A.*, K.W. Krauss, W.H. Conner, W.C. Bridges, Jr., and V.B. Shelburne. 2013. Do hummocks provide a physiological advantage to even the most flood tolerant of tidal freshwater trees? Wetlands 33: 399-408.
Euliss, N.H., Jr., M.M. Brinson, D.M. Mushet, L.M. Smith, W.H. Conner, V.R. Burkett, D.A. Wilcox, M.W. Hester, and H. Zheng. In press. Ecosystem services: developing sustainable management paradigms based on wetland functions and processes. In: Anderson, J.T. and C.A. Davis (eds.), Wetland Techniques: Volume 3: Applications and Management. Springer.
Giles, M.M., P.G.R. Jodice, R.F. Baldwin, J. Stanton, and M. Epstein. 2013. Spring migratory pathways and migration chronology of Canada Geese wintering at the Santee NWR. Canadian Field Naturalist 127: 17-25.
Hackney, A.D.*, R.F. Baldwin, and P.G.R. Jodice. 2013. Mapping risk for nest predation on a barrier island. Journal of Coastal Conservation 17: 615-621.
Hanson, T.E., B.J. Campbell, K.T. Kalis, M. Campbell, and M.G. Klotz. 2013. Nitrate ammonification by Nautilia profundicola AmH: experimental evidence consistent with a free hydroxylamine intermediate. Frontiers in Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00180.
Jachowski, D.S., R. Slotow, and J.J. Millspaugh. 2013. Delayed physiological acclimatization by African elephants following reintroduction. Animal Conservation 16: 575-583.
Jachowski, D.S., R.A. Montgomery, R. Slotow, and J.J. Millspaugh. 2013. Unraveling complex associations between physiological state and movement in African elephants. Functional Ecology 27: 1166-1175.
Jachowski, D.S., R. Slotow, and J.J. Millspaugh. 2013. Corridor use and streaking behavior by African elephants in relation to physiological state. Biological Conservation 167: 276-282.
Jenkins, D.A., P.E. Kendra, S.J. Van Bloem, S.L. Whitmire, R.F. Mizell III, and R. Goenaga. 2013. Forest Fragments as Barriers to Fruit Fly Dispersal: Anastrepha (Diptera: Tephritidae) Populations in Orchards and Adjacent Forest Fragments in Puerto Rico. Environmental Entomology. 42: 283-292.
Jodice, P.G.R., J. Tavano, and W. Mackin. 2013. Chapter 8: Marine and coastal birds and bats. Pages 475-587 In: Michel, J. (ed.). South Atlantic information resources: data search and literature synthesis. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study BOEM 2013-01157.
Kanno, Y., W.T. Russ, C.J. Sutherland, and S.B. Cook. 2012. Prioritizing aquatic conservation areas using spatial patterns and partitioning of fish community diversity in a near-natural temperate basin. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22: 799-812.
Kanno, Y., C.U. Schmidt, S.B. Cook, and H.T. Mattingly. 2012. Variation in microhabitat use of the threatened spotfin chub (Erimonax monachus) among stream sites and seasons. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 363-374.
Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, K.E. Holsinger, and B.H. Letcher. 2012. Estimating size-specific brook trout abundance in continuously sampled headwater streams using Bayesian mixed models with zero inflation and overdispersion. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 404-419.
Kerrigan, J.L., and J.W. Rogers. 2013. Biology, ecology, and ultrastructure of Ascobotryozyma and Botryozyma, unique commensal nematode-associated yeasts. Mycologia 105: 34-51.
Loeb, S. C. and E. A. Winters. 2013. Indiana bat summer maternity distribution: effects of current and future climates. Ecology and Evolution 3: 103-114.
McFadden, K.W., and S. Meiri. 2013. Dwarfism in insular carnivores: a case study of the pygmy raccoon. Journal of Zoology 289: 213-221.
Noe, G.B., K.W. Krauss, B.G. Lockaby, W.H. Conner, C.R. Hupp. 2013. The effect of increasing salinity and forest mortality on soil nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization in tidal freshwater forested wetlands. Biogeochemistry 114: 225-244.
O’Keefe, J. M*, S. C. Loeb, P.D. Gerard, and J. D. Lanham. 2013. Effects of riparian buffer width on activity and detection of common bats in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37: 319-326.
Pilkay, G.L., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and J.K. Greene. 2013. Harmonic radar tagging for tracking movement of Nezara viridula (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Environmental Entomology 42: 1020-1026.
Pilkay, G.L., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and J.K. Greene. 2013. Oviposition by Cylindromyia euchenor (Walker) (Diptera: Tachinidae) in the brown stink bug, Euschistus servus (Say) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 115: 289-293.
Pitt, A.L.*, J.J. Tavano, R.F. Baldwin, and T.A. Waldrop. 2013. Effects of fuel reduction treatments on movement and habitat use of American toads in a southern Appalachian hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 310: 289-299.
Seiter, N.J., F.P.F. Reay-Jones, and J.K. Greene. 2013. Within-field spatial distribution of Megacopta cribraria (Hemiptera: Plataspidae) in soybean. Environmental Entomology. 42(6): 1363-1374.
Steen, D.A., and D.S. Jachowski. 2013. Expanding shifting baselines syndrome to accommodate increasing abundances. Restoration Ecology 21: 527-529.
Sterling, E.J., K.W. McFadden, K.E. Holmes, E.C. Vintinner, F. Arengo, and E. Naro-Maciel. 2013. Ecology and conservation of marine turtles in a Central Pacific foraging ground. Chelonian Conservation Biology 12: 2-16.
Wells, C.* and E. Smith. 2013. Observations of resource use by the threatened Diana fritillary butterfly (Speyeria diana) in the Southern Appalachian mountains, USA. Journal of Insects. 2013:1 - 4.
Woods, C.L.*, and S.J. DeWalt. 2013. The conservation value of secondary forests for vascular epiphytes in central Panama. Biotropica 45: 119-127.
Wu, T.-G., M.-K. Yu, G.G. Wang, Z.-X. Wang, X. Duan, Y. Dong, and X.-R. Cheng. 2013. Effects of stand structure on wind speed reduction in a Metasequoia glyptostroboides shelterbelt. Agroforestry Systems 87: 251-257.
Baldwin, R.F., S.E. Reed, B.H. McRae, D.M. Theobald, and R.W. Sutherland. 2012. Connectivity restoration in large landscapes: Modeling landscape condition and ecological flows. Ecological Restoration 30: 274-279.
Barrett, K., S.T. Samoray, B.S. Helms, and C. Guyer. 2012. Southern Two-Lined Salamander diets in urban and forested streams in western Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 11: 287-296.
Bogosian, V. III, E.C. Hellgren, M.W. Sears, and R.W. Moody. 2012. High resolution niche models via a correlative approach: comparing and combining correlative and process-based information. Ecological Modelling 237-238: 63-73.
Britzke, E.R*., S.C. Loeb, K.A. Hobson, C.S. Romanek, and M.J. Vonhof. 2012. Variation in catchment areas of Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) hibernacula inferred from stable hydrogen (δ2H) isotope analysis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90:1243-1250.
Calhoun, A.J.K., M.K. Gahl, and R.F. Baldwin. 2012. Northeastern seasonal woodland pools. Pages 135-148 in: D. Batzer and A. Baldwin, eds. Wetland Habitats of North America: Ecology and Conservation Concerns. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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