New Publications November 2022
Beatty MA, Miller KE, Fletcher RJ Jr. 2022. Snag density and stand age, but not stand size, explain occupancy and reproduction of an imperiled cavity nester in early successional forest. Avian Conserv Ecol. 17(2):36.
Dellinger TA, Watford ML, Bielefeld RR. 2022. Florida sandhill crane relocates egg during incubation. Proc North Am Crane Workshop. 15:141-145.
Enge KM, Gray JA, Sheehy III CM, Ferraro T, Mays JD, et al. 2022. What killed the rarest snake in North America? Ecol. e3857
Gervasi CL, Nelson JA, Swart PK, Santos RO, Carroll J, et al. 2022. Otolith stable isotope micro-sampling to discriminate poorly studied stocks: crevalle jack in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci. 278(5):108130.
Massie JA, Santos RO, Blewett DA, Trotter AA, Stevens PW, et al. 2022. Primed and cued: long-term acoustic telemetry links interannual and seasonal variations in freshwater flows to the spawning migrations of common snook in the Florida Everglades. Mov Ecol. 10(1):48.
Vollmer AA, Tringali MD, Allen MS. 2022. Development and characterization of 148 SNP markers in the Caribbean symmetrical brain coral Pseudodiploria strigosa. Conserv Genet Resour. 14:381-386.
Winner BL, Switzer TS, Keenan SF, Purtlebaugh CR, Christiansen H, Davis J. 2022. A habitat-based, fishery-independent survey using actively fished hooked gear successfully characterizes reef fish populations in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. N Am J of Fish Manag.