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Publications

The list of completed publications are derived wholly or in part from research on the Ordway-Swisher Biological Station. All efforts will be made to keep this list current. Please contact author for reprints, we are unable to provide this service.

Theses and Dissertations

  1. Acevedo. M. A 2013. The implications of asymmetric dispersal for metapopulation dynamics and conservation. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  2. Armitage, D.W 2010. The effects of prescribed fire on bat activity in the longleaf pine sandhills ecosystem. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  3. Atwater, M 2011. Diversity and pollination ecology of small flower settling moths within florida sandhill and related upland communities. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Entomology and Nematology] UF.
  4. Barreto, M.I. 2002. Simple traits with complex functions: The interplay of seed dispersal and predation. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Zoology] UF.
  5. Boughton, R. 1997. Factors affecting the use of PVC pipe refugia by hylid tree frogs. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  6. Boylan, R.A. 1982. Effect of acid precipitation on soil microbial activity. M.S. Thesis. [Soil and Water Sciences] UF.
  7. Brand, S. 1987. Small mammal communities and vegetative structure along a moisture gradient. M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF .
  8. Brar, G 2012. Ecology and biology of redbay ambrosia beetle (xyleborus glabratus eichhoff. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Entomology and Nematology] UF.
  9. Carr, S.C. 2007. Floristic and environmental variation of pyrogenic pinelands in the southeastern coastal plain: Description, classification, and restoration. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  10. Coffin, A. W 2009. Road network development and landscape dynamics in the Santa Fe River Watershed, north-central Florida, 1975 to 2005. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Geography] UF.
  11. DeLuca, J. J 2008. Reproduction of Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialias [sic]) in relation to farmland management and food resources in north-central Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  12. Desantis, L. G 2009. Paleoecology of forest environments through time : evidence from stable isotopes of mammalian herbivores in the New World. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Zoology] UF.
  13. Dixon, J. 2004. The Effect of Habitat Fragmentation on Gene Flow Among Florida Black Bear Populations. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  14. Faller, Chelsey 2014. Distribution and habitat associations of round-tailed muskrats in north-central Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  15. Feldman, Tracy. 2005. Can Pollination Facilitation mitigate the Allee Effect?. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Biology] Duke University.
  16. Gates, C. 1986. Effects of prescribed burning on herbaceous vegetation and the southeastern pocket gopher. Geomys pinetis in sandhill communities. M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF.
  17. George, A. 2006. Assessing Local and Landscape Impacts on Community Composition in Abandoned Citrus Groves. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  18. Greene, Daniel. 2015. Conservation of Fox Squirrels in Florida. PhD Dissertation. [Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  19. Guentzel, Jane L. 1997. The atmospheric sources, transport, and deposition of mercury in Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Oceanography] Florida State University.
  20. Hamel, J 2011. Communication about predation risk between parents and offspring groups in treehoppers. PhD Dissertation. University of Missouri-Columbia.
  21. Hayes, J.P. 1990. Biogeographic, systemic, and conservation implications of geographic variation in woodrats of the eastern United States. M.S. Thesis. [Cornell University] Ithaca, New York.
  22. Hay-Smith, L. 1991. Behavioral ecology of the eastern woodrat in hardwood, mesic forests in north Florida: Population, movements and habitat. M.S. Thesis. [Wildlife and Range Sciences] UF.
  23. Hein, A.M 2013. New models of animal movement. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Zoology] UF.
  24. Hetrick, S.S. 2006. Investigation of tufted titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) anti-predator vocalizations. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  25. Hoffman, M. 1983. Historical status and nest-site selection of the American kestrel (Falco spaverius paulus) in Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF.
  26. Hua, F 2013. Trait-mediated effects of predation risk: how does it influence forest bird – habitat relationships?. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  27. Huang, P. 2010. Exploratory behavior of forest birds and the influence of tufted titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) anti-predator vocalizations. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  28. James, T. R. 1989. Microbiology and Chemistry of Acid Lakes in Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Ecology] University of Georgia.
  29. Jenning, R 2011. The Conservation and Ecology of Carnivorous Plants. PhD Dissertation. [Integrative Biology] University of South Florida.
  30. Jensen, Ryan R, 2000. Measurement, comparison, and use of remotely derived Leaf Area Index predictors. M.S. Thesis. [Geography] UF.
  31. Johnson, S.A. 2001. Life history, ecology, and conservation genetics of the striped newt (Notophthalmus perstriatus). M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  32. Jones, C. A. 1989. Microhabitat use by Podomys floridanus in the high pine lands of Putnam Co., Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Zoology] UF.
  33. Kablan, Richard A. T. 1986. Evaluation of selected methods for determining soil hydraulic conductivity. M.S. Thesis. [Soil and Water Science] UF.
  34. Kantola, A. 1986. Fox squirrel home range and mast crops in Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF.
  35. King, Joshua. 2004. Ant communities of Florida’s upland ecosystems: Ecology and Sampling. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Entomology and Nematology] UF.
  36. Krause, Keith Stuart 2015. Remote Sensing of Vegetation Species Diversity: The Utility of Integrated Airborne Hyperspectral and Lidar Data. PhD Dissertation. [Aerospace Engineering] University of Colorado at Boulder.
  37. LaClaire, L. V. 1992. Ecology of temporary ponds in North Central Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF.
  38. Leonard, D. 2005. The White-breasted Nuthatch in Florida: History, limiting factors, and phylogeography. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  39. McCoy, M. W. 2006. Trait-mediated predator-prey interactions between treefrog tadpoles and aquatic invertebrates: Integrating size-structure, density, and among-individual variation. M.S. Thesis. [Zoology] UF.
  40. Moylett, Heather Margaret Campbell 2014. The Impact of Prescribed Burning on Native Bee Communities (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) in Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) Savannas in the North Carolina Sandhills. M.S. Thesis. [Entomology] North Carolina State University.
  41. Newman, C. 1997. The Florida mouse (Podomys floridanus): Long term dynamics of a population in the high pine sandhills of Putnam County, Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  42. Nomani, Saif Z. 2007. Analysis of wildlife abundance estimation methods using real and simulated data. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  43. Olson, J. D. 2006. Evaluation of remote, infrared-triggered cameras as a population survey technique for wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo). M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  44. Parks, G.R. 2007. Longleaf pine sandhill seed banks and seedling emergence in relation to time since fire. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Botany] UF.
  45. Perez-Heydrich, C 2010. Ecological investigations of mycoplasmal upper respiratory tract disease in natural populations of threatened gopher tortoises: insights from population ecology, mathematical epidemiology, and behavioral ecology. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Infectious Diseases & Pathology] UF.
  46. Reetz, M. 2000. The effect of predator identity and capability on nest defense by breeding songbirds. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  47. Reetz, M. 2008. Patterns of Brown-headed cowbird parasitism in a recently invaded area and potential mechanisms limiting cowbird reproduction. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF .
  48. Resasco, J 2013. Environmental changes affecting dominant ant species. PhD Dissertation. [Biology Department] UF.
  49. Romero, C. 2006. Tree responses to stem damage. M.S. Thesis. [Botany] UF.
  50. Roof, B.S. 1985. Acid precipitation and ion movement in a forested typic quartzipsamment. M.S. Thesis. [Soil and Water Sciences] UF.
  51. Ryser, J. 1990. Mating system and ecology of the Virginia opossum, Didelphis virginiana, in North- and Central-Florida. M.S. Thesis. [University of Bern, Switzerland.]
  52. Sigler, Scott A. 1998. The history of mercury sedimentation in a Florida seepage lake. M.S. Thesis. [Oceanography] Florida State University.
  53. Smith, L. 1992. Nesting ecology, hatchling survivorship and female home range and activity in the Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus). M.S. Thesis. [Forest Resources and Conservation] UF.
  54. Smith, T. 2002. Florida grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) and their host plants. M.S. Thesis. [Entomology & Nematology]. UF]
  55. Sorenson, K. 2003. Trapping success and population analysis of Siren lacertian and Amphiuma means. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  56. Spiesman, B. 2006. On the community structure of ground-dwelling ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the sandhills of Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  57. Stracey, C. M 2010. Pattern and process in urban bird communities: what makes the northern mockingbird an urban adapter? . PhD Dissertation. [Zoology] UF.
  58. Stringer, Christina E. 2004. Assessment of groundwater discharge to Lake Barco via radon tracing. M.S. Thesis. [Dept. of Oceanography] Florida State University.
  59. Thom, Matthew D 2013. The Ecology and Conservation of Callophrys Irus Godart : the Role of Fire and Microhabitat. PhD Dissertation. [Entomology & Nematology] UF.
  60. Timmerman, W. 1989. The Home Range Habitat Use and Behavior of the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake. M.S. Thesis. [Wildlife and Range Sciences] UF.
  61. Varner, Morgan J. 2005. Smoldering fire in long-unburned longleaf pine forests: Linking fuels with fire effects. M.S. Thesis. [School of Natural Resources and the Environment] UF.
  62. Venables, A. P. 1989. Seasonal Foraging and Habitat Requirements of Redheaded Woodpeckers in North-Central Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Wildlife and Range Sciences] UF.
  63. Walker, S. 1993. Habitat use, movement, and density of raccoons (Procyon lotor) in a wetland/sandhill mosaic of North-Central Florida. M.S. Thesis. [Wildlife and Range Sciences] UF.
  64. Wendlend, L.D. 2007. Epidemiology of mycoplasmal upper respiratory tract disease in tortoise. M.S. Thesis. [College of Veterinary Medicine] UF.
  65. White, C. LeAnn 2009. Gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) habitat selection, health, and fecundity. PhD Dissertation. [Department of Infectious Diseases & Pathology] UF.
  66. Wilkerson, C.R. 2001. Effect of spatial configuration of isolated temporary wetlands on anuran metapopulations as mediated through predator-prey relations. M.S. Thesis. [Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation] UF.
  67. Wright, D. 1989. Mortality and dispersal of juvenile opossums, Didelphis virginiana. M.S. Thesis. [Zoology] UF.
  68. Xiong, X 2013. Geo-spatial modeling of soil organic carbon and its uncertainty. PhD Dissertation. [Soil and Water Science] UF.

Research Publications & Reports

  1. Addesso, K.M., K.A. Short, A.J. Moore, and C.W. Miller. 2014. Context-dependent female mate preferences in leaf-footed cactus bugs. Behaviour. 151: 479-492.
  2. Atwater, M. M. 2013. Diversity and nectar hosts of flower-settling moths within a Florida sandhill ecosystem. Journal of Natural History. 47(43-44), 2719-2734.
  3. Barnese, L.E., and C. L. Schelske. 1994. Effects of nitrogen, phosphorous and carbon enrichment on planktonic and periphytic algae in a softwater, oligotrophic lake in Florida, USA. Hydrobiologia. 277:159-170.
  4. Binford, M.W. 1990. Calculation and Uncertainty Analysis of 210Pb Dates for PIRLA project cores. Journal of Paleolimnology. 3:253-267.
  5. Binford, M.W. ,S.A. Norton and J.S. Kahl. 1993. Interpretation of 210Pb profiles and verification of the CRS dating model in PIRLA project lake sediment cores. Journal of Paleolimnology. 9:275-296.
  6. Binford, M.W. M. Brenner. 1986. Dilution of 210Pb by Organic Sedimentation in Lakes of Different Trophic States, and Application to Studies of Sediment-Water Interactions. Limnology and Oceanography. 31: 584-595.
  7. Boughton, R., J.Staiger, D. Franz. 1999. Use of PVC Pipe Refugia as a Sampling Technique for Hylid Treefrogs. The American Midland Naturalist. 144:168-177.
  8. Brar, G. S., J. L. Capinera, P. E. Kendra, J. A. Smith, and J. E. Pena. 2015. Temperature-Dependent Development of Xyleborus glabratus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae). Florida Entomologist. 98(3):856-864.
  9. Brar, G. S., J. L. Capinera, P. E. Kendra, S. McLean, & J. E. Peña. 2013. Life cycle, development, and culture of Xyleborus glabratus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae). Florida Entomologist. 96(3), 1158-1167.
  10. Brar, G. S., J. L. Capinera, S. McLean P. E. Kendra, R. C. Ploetz, and J. E. Pena. 2012. Effect of Trap Size, Trap Height and Age of Lure on Sampling Xyleborus glabratus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), and its Flight Periodicity and Seasonality. Florida Entomologist. 94(4):1003-1011.
  11. Brezonik, P.L., W.H. Morgan, E.E. Shannon, H.D. Putnam. 1969. Eutrophication factors in north central Florida lakes. Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station. Bulletin series. no. 134.
  12. Brockway, D.G. 2015. Longleaf pine cone prospects for 2015 and 2016. http://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/longleaf/subunit/ longleaf-pine-2015-report.pdf.
  13. Brown, D.R., L. D. Wendland, G. J. Ortiz, M. F. Kramer, D. V. Lim, M. B. Brown, P. A. Klein. 2008. Evanescent-wave biosensor for field serodiagnosis of tortoise mycoplasmosis. Vet Immunol Immunopathol. 124: 322-331.
  14. Butler, J.A., T.W. Hull, R. Franz. 1995. Neonate Aggregations and Maternal Attendance of Young in the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Crotalus adamanteus. Copeia. 1995: 196-198.
  15. Carlquist, S. 1989. Wood and bark anatomy of Empetraceae; comments on paedomorphosis in woods of certain small shrubs. ALISO. 12:497-515.
  16. Carr, S.C., K.M. Robertson, W.J. Platt, R.K. Peet. 2009. A model of geographical, environmental and regional variation in vegetation composition of pyrogenic grasslands of Florida. J. Biogeogr. 36: pp. 1600-1612.
  17. Caterino, M.S., P.W. Kovarik. 2001. Description of a New Spilodiscus Lewis, and a Reanalysis of Spilodiscus Phylogeny (Coleoptera: Histeridae). The Coleopterists Bulletin. 55:134-143.
  18. Charles, D.F. 1990. Effects of Acidic Deposition on North American Lakes: Palaeolimnological Evidence from Diatoms and Chrysophytes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, Vol. 327, No. 1240, Palaeolimnology and Lake Acidification. pp. 403-412.
  19. Cockrell, B. J., S. B. Malcolm, and L. P. Brower. 1993. The spatial and temporal distribution of migratory monarch butterfly generations in eastern North America. S. B. Malcolm and M. P. Zolucki, ed. Biology and Conservation of the Monarch Butterfly. Los Angeles Co. Museum Publication.
  20. Contreras, T.A., and K. E. Sieving. 2011. Leadership of Winter Mixed-Species Flocks by Tufted Titmice (Baeolophus bicolor ): Are Titmice Passive Nuclear Species?. International J. of Zoology. 2011: 11 pg.
  21. Cox, R.J. & Smart, G.C. Jr. 1994. Nematodes associated with plants from naturally acidic wetlands soil. J. of Nematology. 26: 535-537.
  22. Craine, J. M., N. Fierer, and K. K. McLauchlan. 2010. Widespread coupling between the rate and temperature sensitivity of organic matter decay . Nature Geoscience . 3:854-857.
  23. Dari, B., V. D. Nair, W. G. Harris, P.K.R. Nair, L. Sollenberger, R. Mylavarapu. 2016. Relative influence of soil- vs. biochar properties on soil phosphorus retention. Geoderma. 280: 82-87.
  24. Deyrup, M. 1997. Two new grasshoppers from relict uplands of Florida (Orthoptera: crididae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society. 122:199-211.
  25. Deyrup, M. 2006. Pyramica boltoni , A new species of leaf-litter inhabiting ant from Florida (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dacetini). Florida Entomologist. 3.7118055556.
  26. Dixon, J.D., M. K. Oli, M. C. Wooten, T. H. Eason, J. W. McCown, D. Paetka. 2006. Effectiveness of a regional corridor in connecting two Florida black bear populations. Conservation Biology. 20: 155-162.
  27. Docherty KM, Borton HM, Espinosa N, Gebhardt M, Gil-Loaiza J, Gutknecht JLM, et al. 2015. Key Edaphic Properties Largely Explain Temporal and Geographic Variation in Soil Microbial Communities across Four Biomes. PLoS ONE. 10(11): e0135352. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0135352.
  28. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1988. Drymarchon corais couperi (Eastern indigo snake) Ecdysis. Herpetological Review. 19:85.
  29. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1989. Biotic diversity and phenology of amphibians and reptiles at a temporary pond in uplands habitat, north-central Florida. U.S.A. Abstracts of the First World congress of Herpetology. University of Kent, Canterbury, U.K n.p.
  30. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1990. Assessing herpetofaunal biodiversity in north Florida temporary sandhill ponds. Soc. Conserv. Biol. Mtg. Gainesville, FL. Abstracts p. 47.
  31. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1990. Effectiveness of drift fence enclosures in sampling amphibians in sandhill pond habitats. Program SSAR/HL Mtg., New Orleans, LA. p. 57.
  32. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1991. Tracking six-lined racerunners with fluorescent powder: habitat use and behavior. Association of Southeastern Biologists Bulletin. 38: 114.
  33. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1991. Biological diversity of a temporary pond herpetofauna in north Florida sandhills. Program ASIH Mtg, New York City.
  34. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1991. Drift fence-associated sampling bias of amphibians at a Florida sandhills temporary pond. Journal of Herpetology. 25: 296-301.
  35. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1992. Fluorescent powder is only partially successful in tracking movements of the six-lined racerunner ( Cnemidophorus sexlineatus ). Florida Field Naturalist. 20: 8-14.
  36. Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1993. Cost of living in an unpredictable environment: The ecology of striped newts Notophthalmus perstriatus during a prolonged drought. Copeia. 1993: 605-614.
  37. Dodd, C. K., Jr. and R. Franz. 1989. Implications of the Jacksonville-Tampa toll road for the protection of biodiversity in north Florida. Florida Scientist. 52: 20.
  38. Dodd, C. K., Jr. and S.A. Johnson. 2007. Breeding Ponds Colonized by Striped Newts after 10 or More Years. Herpetological Review. 38:150–152.
  39. Dodd, C. K., Jr., and B. G. Charest. 1988. Population biology of the striped newt, Notophthalmus perstriatus. Florida Scientist. 2.14375.
  40. Dodd, C. K., Jr., and B. G. Charest. 1988. The herpetofaunal community of temporary ponds in north Florida sandhills: species composition, temporal use, and management implications. Pages 87-97 in R. C. Szaro, K. E. Severson, and D. R. Patton, eds. Management of Amphibians, Reptiles, and Small Mammals in North America. USDA Forest Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-166.
  41. Dodd, C. K., Jr., R. Franz, W. Timmerman, and B. G. Charest. 1988. Home range of large upland snakes in relation to preserve size in Florida sandhills habitats. Program and Abstracts, Joint Meeting of the Herpetologist's League, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  42. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1992. Biological diversity of a temporary pond herpetofauna in north Florida sandhills. Biodiversity and Conservation. 1: 125-142.
  43. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1993. The effects of toeclipping on sprint performance of the Lizard Cnemidophorus sexlineatus. Journal of Herpetology. 27: 209-213.
  44. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1995. Disarticulation of turtle shells in north-central Florida: How long does a shell remain in the woods?. American Midland Naturalist. 134:378-387.
  45. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1995. Reptiles and amphibians in the endangered longleaf pine ecosystem. Pp. 129-131 In: E.T. LaRoe, G.S. Farris, C.E. Puckett, P.D. Doran and M.J. Mac (eds.). Our Living Resources, National Biological Service, Washington, D.C.
  46. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1996. Use of terrestrial habitats by amphibians in the sandhill uplands of north-central Florida. Alytes. 14:42-52.
  47. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1993. Population structure, body mass, activity, and orientation of an aquatic snake( Seminatrix pygaea ) during a drought. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 71:1281-1288.
  48. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1994. The effects of drought on population structure, activity, and orientation of toads ( Bufo quercicus and B. terrestris ) at a temporary pond. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution. 6:331-349.
  49. Dodd, C.K., Jr. 1995. The ecology of a sandhills population of the eastern narrow-mouthed toad, Gastrophryne carolinensis , during a drought. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. 38:11-41.
  50. Dodd, C.K., Jr. and B.A. Cade. 1998. Movement patterns and the conservation of amphibians breeding in small, temporary wetlands. Conservation Biology. 12:331-339.
  51. Dodd, C.K., Jr. and D.E. Scott. 1994. Drift fences encircling breeding sites. pp. 125-130 In: W.R. Heyer, M. A. Donnelly, R.W. McDiarmid, L.C. Hayek, and M.S. Foster (eds.). Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Amphibians. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
  52. Dodd, C.K., Jr. and R. Franz. 1995. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of selected snakes trapped in xeric and mesic communities of north-central Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. 38:43-67.
  53. Dodd, C.K., Jr. and W.J. Barichivich. 2007. Movements of large snakes (Drymarchon, Masticophis) in north-central Florida. Florida Scient. 70(1): 83–94.
  54. Ebinghaus, R., S.G. Jennings, W.H. Schroeder, T. Berg, T. Donaghy, J. Guentzel, C. Kenny, .H. Kock, K. Kvietkus, W. Landing, T. Muhleck, J.Munthe, E.M. Prestbo, D. Schneeberger, F. Slemr, J. Sommar, A. Urba, D. Wallschlager, Z. Xiao. 1999. International field intercomparison measurements of atmospheric mercury species at Mace Head, Ireland. Atmospheric Environment. 33:3063-3073.
  55. Ebinghaus, R., S.G. Jennings, W.H. Schroeder, T. Berg, T. Donaghy, J. Guentzel, C. Kenny, .H. Kock, K. Kvietkus, W. Landing, T. Muhleck, J.Munthe, E.M. Prestbo, D. Schneeberger, F. Slemr, J. Sommar, A. Urba, D. Wallschlager, Z. Xiao. 1999. International field intercomparison measurements of atmospheric mercury species at Mace Head, Ireland. Atmospheric Environment. 33 (1999) 3063-3073.
  56. Eisenberg, J. F. 1984. The gopher tortoise as a keystone species. Pages 1-4 in R. J. Bryant and R. Franz, eds. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council. 41 pp.
  57. Eisenberg, J. F. 1993. [revision]. Mammalian Species of the Ordway Preserve, Putnam County, Florida. Ordway Preserve Research Series, Report No. 1. 49 pp.
  58. Eisenberg, J. F., R. Franz. 1995. Natural History of the Katharine Ordway Preserve-Swisher Memorial Sanctuary, Putnam County, Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. 38: 260 pp.
  59. Engber, E. A., J. M. Varner, C. J. Dugaw, L. N. Quinn-Davidson, and J. K. Hiers 2013. Utility of an Instantaneous Moisture Meter for Duff Moisture Prediction in Long-Unburned Longleaf Pine Forests. SOUTH. J. APPL. FOR. 37(1) 2013.
  60. Fahimipour, A. K., A. M. Hein 2014. The dynamics of assembling food webs. Ecology Letters. 17(5), 606-613.
  61. Fletcher, R. J, M. A. Acevedoa, B. E. Reichert, K. E. Pias, and W. M. Kitchens 2011. Social network models predict movement and connectivity in ecological landscapes. PNAS. Nov. 29, 2011. 108(48).19287.
  62. Fletcher, R. J. M. A. Acevedo, and E. P. Robertson 2014. The matrix alters the role of path redundancy on patch colonization rates. Ecology. 95(6), 2014, pp. 1444–1450.
  63. Fletcher, R. J., A. Revell, B. E. Reichert, W. M. Kitchens, J. D. Dixon, J. D. Austin 2013. Network modularity reveals critical scales for connectivity in ecology and evolution. 4, Article number: 2572. DOI: doi:10.1038/ncomms3572.
  64. Fletcher, R. J., C. W. Maxwell Jr., J. E. Andrews, W. L. Helmey-Hartman 2013. Signal detection theory clarifies the concept of perceptual range and its relevance to landscape connectivity. Landscape Ecol . (2013) 28:57–67.
  65. Fletcher, R. J., C. W. Miller 2008. The type and timing of social information alters offspring production. Biol. Lett. 4: 482-485.
  66. Fletcher, R.H. R. A. McCleery, D. U. Greene, C. A. Tye. 2015. Integrated models that unite local and regional data reveal larger-scale environmental relationships and improve predictions of species distributions. Landscape Ecol. DOI 10.1007/ s10980-015-0327-9.
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