Boone, A.T., P.G. Rodewald and L.W. DeGroote. 2010. Neotropical Winter Habitat of the Magnolia Warbler: Effects on Molt, Energetic Condition, Mitgration Timing, and Hematozoan Infection during Spring Migration. The Condor 112(1):115-122.
Bruskotter, J.T., E. Toman, S.A. Enzler and R.H. Schmidt. 2010. Gray wolves not out of the woods yet. Science 327(5961):30-31.
DeGroote, L.W. and P.G. Rodewald. 2010. Blood parasites in migrating wood-warblers (Parulidae): effects on refueling, energetic condition, and migration timing. Journal of Avian Biology 41(2):147-153.
Gehrt, S.D., S.P.D. Riley and B.L. Cypher (eds.). 2010 Urban carnivores: ecology, conflict, conservation. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland 304 pp.
Hauver, S.A., S.D. Gehrt and S. Prange. 2010. Maternal Response to Conspecific Visits at Natal Dens in Raccoons (Procyon lotor). American Midland Naturalist 163(2):374-387.
Matthews, S.N. and P.G. Rodewald. 2010. Movement behaviour of a forest songbird in an urbanized landscape: the relative importance of patch-level effects and body condition during migratory stopover. Landscape Ecology (2010) 25:955–965.
Matthews, S.N. and P.G. Rodewald. 2010. Urban forest patches and stopover duration of migratory Swainson’s Thrushes. The Condor 112(1):96-104.
Shustack, D.P. and A.D. Rodewald. 2010. Attenuated nesting season of the Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax jirescens) in urban forests. Auk 137(@):421- 429.
Smith-Castro, J.R. and A.D. Rodewald. 2010. Behavioral responses of nesting birds to human disturbance along recreational trails. Journal of Field Ornithology 81(2):130-138.
Vitz, A.C. and A.D. Rodewald. 2010. Movements of fleding ovenbirds (Seiurus Aurocapilla) and worm-eating warblers (Helmitheros Vermivorum) within and beyond the natal home range. Auk 127(2):364-371.
Bakermans, M.H., A.C. Vitz, A.D Rodewald and C. Rengifo. 2009. Migratory songbird use of shade coffee in the Venezuelan Andes with implications for conservation of cerulean warbler. Biological Conservation 142:2476-2483.
Bakermans, M.H. and A.D. Rodewald. 2009. Think globally, manage locally: the importance of steady state forest features for a declining songbird. Forest Ecology and Management 258:224-232.
Bruskotter, J.T., J.J. Vaske and R.H. Schmidt. 2009. Social and cognitive correlates of Utah residents' acceptance of the lethal control of wolves. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14(2):119-132.
Bruskotter, J.T. and S.A. Enzler. 2009. Narrowing the definition of endangered species: implications of the U.S. Government's interpretation of the phrase "A Significant Portion of its Range" under the Endangered Species Act. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14(2):73-88.
Enzler, S.A. and J.T. Bruskotter. 2009. Contested definitions of endangered species: the controversy regarding how to interpret the phrase "A Significant Portion a Species' Range." Virginia Environmental Law Journal 27(1):1-65.
Gehrt, S.D., C. Anchor and L.A. White. 2009. Home range and landscape use of coyotes in a metropolitan landscape: conflict or coexistence? Journal of Mammalogy 90(5):1045-1057.
Lehnen, S.E. and A.D. Rodewald. 2009. Dispersal, inter-patch movements, and survival in a shrubland breeding bird community. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:242-252.
Lehnen, S.E. and A.D. Rodewald. 2009. Investigating area-sensitivity in shrubland birds: Responses to patch size in a forested landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 257(11):2308-2316.
Page, L.K., S.D. Gehrt and N.P. Robinson. 2009. The relationship between Baylisascaris procyonis prevalence and raccoon population structure. Journal of Parasitology 95:1314-1320.
Rodewald, A.D. 2009. Urban-associated habitat alteration promotes brood parasitism of Acadian Flycatcher. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:234-241.
Roy, C.L., P.G. Parker and R.J. Gates. 2009. Egg morphology is an unreliable indicator of intraspecific nest parasitism in wood ducks. The Condor 111(2):377-381.
Shustack, D.P., A.D. Rodewald and T.A. Waite. 2009. Springtime in the city: exotic shrubs promote earlier greenup in urban forests. Biological Invasions 11(6):1357-1371.
Spinola, R. and R.J. Gates. 2009. Population status and trends of Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginiaus) in Ohio: 1984-2004. The Ohio Journal of Science 108(3): 26-30.
White, L.A. and S.D. Gehrt. 2009. Coyote attacks on humans in the United States and Canada. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14:419-432.
DeGroote, L.W. and P.G. Rodewald. 2008. An improved method for quantifying hematozoa by digital microscopy. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44(2): 446-450.
Downs, J.A., R.J. Gates and A.T. Murray. 2008. Estimating carrying capacity for sandhill cranes using habitat suitability and spatial optimization models. Ecological Modelling 214(2-4):284-292.
Gabriel, C., P. Hamel, A.D. Rodewald and W.E. Thogmartin. 2008. El Grupo Ceruleo: Collaboration to assess nonbreeding range of Cerulean Warbler in South America. Ornitologia Neotropical 19(Suppl. S.):521-529.
Gates, R.J. and S.D. Gehrt. 2008. Efficacy of oral rabies vaccination of a northern Ohio raccoon population: relevance of population density and pre-bait serology. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44(3).
Gehrt, S.D. and J.E. Chelsvig. 2008. Bat activity in an urban landscape: Patterns. In, J.M. Marzluff, E. Shulenberger, W. Endlicher M. Alberi, G. Bradley, C. Ryan, C. ZumBrunnen and U. Simon (eds.), Urban Ecology: An International Perspective on the Interaction Between Humans and Nature. Springer Publishing; pp. 437-454.
Gehrt, S.D., W.F. Gergits and E.K. Fritzell. 2008. Behavioral and genetic aspects of male social groups in raccoons. Journal of Mammalogy 89(6):1473-1480.
Murray, L.D., C.A. Ribic and W.E. Thogmartin. 2008. Relationship of obligate grassland birds to landscape structure in Wisconsin. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(2): 463-467.
Napier, T.L. and R.J. Gates. 2008. The application of interactive path modeling to deer hinting participation among Ohio hunters. Journal of Food, Agriculture, and Environment 3-4(6):510-517.
Nielsen, C.L.R., P.G. Parker and R.J. Gates. 2008. Partial clutch predation, dilution of predation risk, and the evolution of intraspecific nest parasitism. AUK 125(3):679-686.
Page, L.K., S.D. Gehrt and N.P. Robinson. 2008. Land-use effects on prevalence of raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44(3):594-599.
Ramey, P.C., B.F. Blackwell, R.J. Gates and R.D. Slemons. 2008. Efficacy of oral rabies vaccination of a northern Ohio raccoon population: relevance of population density and pre-bait serology. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44(3).
Rodewald, A.D. and D.P. Shustack. 2008. Urban flight: understanding individual and population-level responses of Nearctic-Neotropical migratory birds to urbanization. Journal of Animal Ecology 77(1): 83-91.
Rodewald, A.D. and D.P. Shustack. 2008. Consumer resource matching in urbanizing landscapes: Are synanthropic species over-matching? Ecology 89(2): 515-521.
Rodewald, P.G. and D. N. Ewert. 2008. Managing habitats for migrating land birds in the western Lake Erie basin: a guide to landscaping and land management. The Nature Conservancy, 17pp.
Avina, M. M, R. A. Williams and S. D.Gehrt. 2007. A method of quantifying forest vertical structure for the purpose of evaluating bat habitat. In, D. S. Buckley, and W. K. Clatterbuck (eds.), Proc. of 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS101. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. P. 355 -363. [CD-ROM].
Avina, M. M., R. A. Williams and S. D. Gehrt. 2007. A method of quantifying forest vertical structure for the purpose of evaluating bat habitat. Proceedings of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station; Proceedings, 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference.
Bakermans, M. H. and A. D. Rodewald. 2007. Cerulean Warbler and Ohio's forests. Ohio Woodlands, Wildlife, and Watersheds Newsletter; Spring issue.
Bozek, Clare K., S. Prange and S.D. Gehrt. 2007. The influence of anthropogenic resources on multi-scale habitat selection by raccoons. Urban Ecosystems 10: 413-425.
Brasher, M.G., J.D. Steckel and R.J. Gates. 2007. Energetic carrying capacity of actively and passively managed wetlands for migrating ducks in Ohio. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(8):2532-2541.
Gehrt, S.D. 2007. Ecology of coyotes in urbanized landscapes. In urbanized landscapes. In, D.L. Nolte, W.M. Arjo, D.H. Stalman (eds.), Proceedings of the 12th Wildlife Damage Management Conference, pp. 303-311.
Gehrt, S.D. and S. Prange. 2007. Lack of interference competition between coyotes and raccoons: implications for mesopredator release hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 18:204-214.
Morey, Paul S., Eric M. Gese and S.D. Gehrt. 2007. Spatial and temporal variation in the diet of coyotes in the Chicago metropolitan area. American Midland Naturalist 158: 147-161.
Nielsen, C.L.R., R.J. Gates and E.H. Zwicker. 2007. Projected availability of natural cavities for wood ducks in Southern Illinois. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(3): 875-883.
Prange, S. and S.D. Gehrt. 2007. Response of skunks to a simulated increase in coyote activity. Journal of Mammalogy 88(4): 1040-1049.
Rengifo, C., M.H. Bakermans, R. Puente, A. Vitz, A.D. Rodewald and M. Zambrano. 2007. First record of the White-tipped Sicklebill (Eutoxeres aquila aquila : Trochilidae) for Venezuela. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119(2): 292-295.
Rodewald, P.G. and M.C. Brittingham. 2007. Stopover habitat use by spring migrant landbirds: The roles of habitat structure, leaf development, and food availability. Auk 124(3): 1063-1074.
Vitz, A.C. and A.D. Rodewald. 2007. Vegetative and fruit resources as determinants of habitat use by mature-forest birds during the postbreeding period. Auk 124(2): 494-507.
Atchison, K. A. and
A. D. Rodewald. 2006. Do wintering birds prefer urban landscapes?
Natural Areas Journal 26: 280-288.
Bakermans, M. H. and A. D. Rodewald. 2006. Habitat selection by
the Acadian Flycatcher: a hierarchical approach. Auk 123:368-382.
Gehrt, S. D., G. F. Hubert, Jr., and J. A. Ellis. 2006. Extrinsic
effects on long-term population trends of Virginia opossums and
striped skunks at a large spatial scale. American Midland Naturalist
Leston, L. F. V. and A. D. Rodewald. 2006. Are urban forests ecological
traps for understory birds? An examination using Northern Cardinals.
Biological Conservation 131:566-574.
Murray, L. D. and L. B. Best. 2006. Winter bird use of Conservation Reserve Program fields harvested for biomass. Journal of Iowa Academy of Science 113:45-48.
Nielsen, C.L.R., P. G. Parker, and R. J. Gates. 2006. Intraspecific
nest parasitism of cavity-nesting wood ducks: costs and benefits
to hosts and parasites. Animal Behaviour 72:917-926.
Nielsen, C.L.R., R.J. Gates and P.G. Parker. 2006. Intraspecific
nest parasitism of wood ducks in natural cavities: Comparisons with
nest boxes. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(3):835-843.
Prange, S., T. Jordan, C. Hunter, and S.D. Gehrt. 2006. New radiocollars for the detection of proximity between individuals. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:1333-1344.
Vitz, A. C. and A. D. Rodewald. 2006. Can regenerating clearcuts
benefit mature-forest birds? An examination of post-breeding ecology.
Biological Conservation 127:477-486.
Rodewald, A. D. and M. H. Bakermans. 2006. What is the appropriate
paradigm for riparian forest conservation? Biological Conservation
Borgmann, K. L. and A. D. Rodewald. 2005. Forest restoration in
urbanizing landscapes: interactions between land uses and an exotic
shrub. Restoration Ecology 13:334-340.
Cristol, D. A. and A. D. Rodewald. 2005. Can golf courses play
a role in bird conservation? Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:407-410.
Gehrt, SD. 2005. Seasonal survival and cause-specific mortality
of urban and rural striped skunks in the absence of rabies. Journal
of Mammalogy 86:1164-1170.
Hertlein, D.M. and R.J. Gates. 2005. Condition, species composition,
and oak regeneration at Oakwood Bottoms Greentree Reservoir in southern
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The State of Our Understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord
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Page, K.L., S.D. Gehrt, K.K. Titcombe and N.P. Robinson. 2005. Measuring
prevalence of raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis):
A comparison of common techniques. 2005 Wildlife Society Bulletin
Rodewald, A. D. 2005. Interactions between exotic shrubs and breeding
birds in riparian forests. Pages 43-48 in Proceedings of the Ohio
Invasive Plant Research Conference, Ohio Agricultural Research and
Development Center, Special Circular 196.
Rodewald, A. D. and A. C. Vitz. 2005. Edge and area-sensitivity
of shrubland birds. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:681-688.
Rodewald, P. G. and S. N. Matthews. 2005. Landbird use of riparian
and upland forest stopover habitats in an urban landscape. The Condor
Rodewald, P. G., M. J. Santiago, and A. D. Rodewald. 2005. The
role of midwestern golf courses in the conservation of red-headed
woodpeckers. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:448-453.
Yahner, R.H., Mahan, C G., and A.D. Rodewald. 2005. Forest
wildlife management. In, C.E. Braun, ed., Techniques for Wildlife Investigations
and Management, 6th edition. The Wildlife Society,
Borgmann, K.L. and A.D. Rodewald. 2004. Nest predation in urbanizing
landscapes: the role of exotic shrubs. Ecological Applications 14:1757-1765.
Gehrt, S.D. 2004. Ecology and management of striped skunks, raccoons,
and coyotes in urban landcscapes. Pages 81-104, in People and Predators:
From Conflict to Conservation. Nina Fascione, Aimee Delach, and
Martin Smith (eds.). Island Press.
Gehrt, S.D. and J.E. Chelsvig. 2004. Bat activity in an urban
landscape: species-specific patterns along an urban gradient. Ecological
Gehrt, S.D. and L.B. Fox. 2004. Spatial patterns and dynamic interaction
among raccoons in eastern Kansas. Southwestern Naturalist 49:116-121.
Prange, S., S.D. Gehrt and E. Wiggers. 2004. Influences of anthropogenic
resources on raccoon (Procyon lotor) movements and spatial
distribution. Journal of Mammalogy 85:483-490.
Prange, S. and S.D. Gehrt. 2004. Changes In mesopredator community
structure in response to urbanization. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Rodewald, A.D., P.G. Rodewald and M.J. Santiago. 2004. Conservation
of red-headed woodpeckers on Midwestern golf courses. USGA Turfgrass
and Environmental Research Online. Vol. 3, No. 15.
Rodewald, A.D. 2004. Nest-searching cues and studies of nest-site
selection and nesting success. Journal of Field Ornithology 75:31-39.
Rodewald, A.D. 2004. Effects of habitat fragmentation on birds
in western landscapes: contrasts with paradigms from the eastern
United States by T.L. George and D.S. Dobkin (eds.): a review. Auk
Rodewald, P.G. and M.C. Brittingham. 2004. Stopover habitats of
landbirds during fall: use of edge-dominated and early successional
forests. Auk 121:1040-1055.