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  • Warrington, B.M., W.M.l Aust, S. M. Barrett, W. M. Ford, M.C. Bolding, C.A.. Dolloff and E. B. Schillingd. 2017, Forestry Best Management Practices for Roads, Stream Crossings, and Streamside Management Zones May Reduce Effects of Forest Operations on Aquatic and Riparian Fauna: A Review. Forests 8(9), 331; doi:10.3390/f8090331
  • Thorne, E.D., C. Waggy, M. J. Kelly, D.S. Jachowski and W.M. Ford. 2017. Habitat Associations of Eastern Spotted Skunks in the Central and Southern Appalachians. Journal of Wildlife Management 81:1042–1050
  • Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Microhabitat selection of the Virginia Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus Miller) Northeastern Naturalist 24(2):173-190
  • Huth, John K.; Silvis, Alexander; Moosman, Paul R. Jr.; Ford, W. Mark; and Sweeten, Sara. 2017. "A Comparison of Survey Methods for Documenting Presence of Myotis leibii (Eastern Small-Footed Bats) at Roosting Areas in Western Virginia," Virginia Journal of Science: Vol. 66 : No. 4 , Article 3.
  • Villamagna, A.M., B. Mogollon, and P.L Angermeier. 2017. Inequity in ecosystem service delivery: socioeconomic gaps
    in the public-private conservation network Ecology and Society http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/volXX/issYY/artZZ/.
  • St. Germain, M.J., A.B. Kniowski, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2017. Who Knew? First Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis) Maternity Colony in the Coastal Plain of Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 24:N5-N10.
  • Patriquin, K.J.,M.L. Leonard, H.G. Broders, W.M.Ford, E.R. Britzke, and A. Silvis 2016. Weather as a proximate explanation for fission-fusion dynamics in female northern long-eared bats. Animal Behaviour 122:47-57
  • Jachowski, D.S., J.J. Millspaugh, P.L. Angermeier, and R. Slotow, editors. 2016. Reintroduction of
    fish and wildlife populations. University of California Press, Oakland, CA. 395 pp.
  • Jachowski, D.S., R. Slotow, P.L. Angermeier, and J. Millspaugh. 2016. The future of animal reintroduction. Chapter 15 in D.S. Jachowski, J. Millspaugh, P.L. Angermeier, and R. Slotow,
    editors. Reintroduction of fish and wildlife populations. University of California Press, Oakland, CA.
  • Dunn, C.G. and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. Development of habitat suitability indices for Candy Darter Etheostoma osburni, with validation across representative populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145:1266-1281.
  • Sweeten, S.E. and W.M. Ford. Effects of microhabitat and large-scale land use on stream salamander occupancy in the coalfields of Central Appalachia. Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment 8:129-141
  • Oliphant, A.J., R.H. Wynne, C.E. Zipper, W.M. Ford, P.F. Donovan and J. Li. 2016. Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata) Presence and Proliferation on Former Surface Coal Mines in Eastern USA. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-016-1271-6 17p.
  • Silvis, A., R. W. Perry and W.M. Ford. 2016. Relationships of Three Species of White-nose Syndrome-Impacted Bats to Forest Condition and Management. US Forest Service Southern Research Station General Technical Report. SRS–214, Ashville, NC. 57p
  • Lapointe, N.W.R., P.L. Fuller, M. Neilson, B.R. Murphy, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. Pathways of
    fish invasions in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Management of Biological Invasions
    7(3): 221-233.
  • Howeth, J.G., C.A. Gantz, P.L. Angermeier, E. A. Frimpong, M. Hoff, R.P. Keller, N.E. Mandrak, M.P. Marchetti, J.D. Olden, C.M. Romagosa, and D.M. Lodge. 2016. Predicting invasiveness of
    species in trade: climate match, trophic guild, and fecundity influence establishment and impact of nonnative freshwater fishes
    Diversity and Distributions 22: 148–160.
  • Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and G.B. Anderson. 2016. Population viability analysis for endangered Roanoke logperch. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7:46-64.
  • Roberts, J.H., G.B. Anderson, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. A long-term study of ecological impacts of a flood reduction project to an endangered riverine fish: lessons learned for assessment and restoration. Water 8, 240; doi:10.3390/w8060240
  • Ford. W.M., A. Silvis, J.L. Rodrigue, A. Kniowski and J.B. Johnson. 2016. Deriving habitat models for northern bats (Myotis septentrionalis) from historical detection data: A case study using long-term research on the Fernow Experimental Forest, West Virginia, USA. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7(1): 86-98  | Abstract | 
  • Sweeten, S.E. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Validation of a stream and riparian habitat assessment protocol using stream salamanders in the southwest Virginia coalfields. Journal of The American Society of Mining and Reclamation 5:45-46  | Abstract |  Publisher Website | 
  • Ford, W.M., A. Silvis, J.B. Johnson, J.W. Edwards and M. Karp. 2016. Northern long-eared bat day-roosting and prescribed fire in the central Appalachians. Fire Ecology 12:13-27
  • Silvis, A., N. Abaid, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2016. Responses of bat social groups to roost loss: More questions than answers. pages 261-280 in: Sociality in Bats. Jorge Ortega (ed). Springer International. 301 p.  | Download  | 
  • Harper, C.A., W.M. Ford, M.A. Lashley, C.E. Moorman, and M. Stanbaugh. 2016. Fire effects on wildlife in Central Hardwoods and Appalachian regions. Fire Ecology. 12:127-159
  • Reynolds, R., K.E. Powers, W. Orndorff, W.M. Ford and C. Hobson. 2016, Changes in Myotis septentrionalis (Northern Long-eared Bat) Capture Rates and Demographics in Western Virginia; Pre and Post White-nose Syndrome. Northeastern Naturalist 15(1):127-137
  • Powers, K.E.., R.J. Reynolds , W. Orndorff, B. A. Hyzy, C. S. Hobson, and W. M. Ford. 2016. Monitoring the status of Gray Bats (Myotis grisescens) in Virginia, 2009-2014, and potential impacts of White-nose Syndrome. Southeastern Naturalist 15:127-137
  • Jachowski, D.S., C.T. Rota, C. 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.
    doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150011
  • Mogollón, B., E. Frimpong, A. Hoegh, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. An empirical assessment of which inland floods can be managed? Journal of Environmental Management 167: 38-48.
  • Mogollón, B., E. Frimpong, A. Hoegh, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. RECENT CHANGES IN STREAM FLASHINESS AND FLOODING, AND EFFECTS OF FLOOD MANAGEMENT IN NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA . Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 1-18. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12408.
  • Mogollón, B., A.M. Villamagna, E.A. Frimpong, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. Mapping technological
    and biophysical capacities of watersheds to regulate floods. Ecological Indicators 16: 483-499.
  • Rentch, J.A., W.M. Ford, T.S. Schuler, J. Palmer and C.A. Diggins. 2014. Release of suppressed red spruce using canopy gap creation – testing applicability for ecological restoration in the Central Appalachians. Natural Areas Journal 36:29-37.
  • C.A. Diggins, C.A. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. Aberrant den use of Carolina Northern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus) in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Southeastern Naturalist 14:44-49
  • K, R. Mahoney, K. R. Russell, W. M.Ford , J.L. Rodrigue, J.D. Riddle, T.M. Schuler and M.B. Adams. 2015. Woodland salamander responses to a shelterwood harvest-prescribed burn silvicultural treatment within Appalachian mixed-oak forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 359:277-285  | Abstract | 
  • Angermeier, P.L. and A.M. Villamagna. 2015. Regulating services as measures of ecological
    Resilience on DoD lands. Final report to Department of Defense, Environmental Security
    Technology Certification Program, Project RC-201114, Arlington, VA. 93 pp. https://serdp-estcp.org/Program-Areas/Resource-Conservation-and-Climate-Change/Natural-Resources/Watershed-Processes-and-Management/RC-201114/RC-201114/(language)/eng-US
  • Angermeier, P.L. and M.J. Pinder. 2015. Viewing the status of Virginia’s environment through the lens of freshwater fishes. Virginia Journal of Science 66: 147-169.
  • Sweeten, S.E., and W.M. Ford. 2015. Effects of Microhabitat and Land Use on Stream Salamander Abundance in the Southwest Virginia Coalfields. 2nd Proceedings of Environmental Considerations in Energy Production. Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc, Englewood, Colorado, USA. 19 p.Considerations in Energy Production (in review).  | Abstract | 
  • Sweeten, S.E., A. Silvis, and W.M. Ford. 2015. Seasonal Variability in Benthic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in the Southwest Virginia Coalfields. In the 2nd Proceedings of Environmental Considerations in Energy Production. Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc, Englewood, Colorado, USA. 9 p.
  • Jachowski, D,S. T. Katzner, J.L. Rodrigue and W.M. Ford. 2014 Citizen science camera trap networks as a tool to monitor landscape-level distribution and phenology of migratory raptors. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 1-11; DOI:10.1002/wsb.571.
  • Owen, S.F., J.L. Berl, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford and P.B. Wood. 2015. Raccoon Spatial Requirements and Multi-Scale Habitat Selection within Intensively Managed Central Appalachian Forests. American Midland Naturalist 174:87-95.
  • Villamagna, A.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2015. A methodology for measuring and mapping ecosystem services provided by watersheds. Pages 151-180 in L. Chícharo, F. Muller, N. Fohrer, and E. Wolanski (eds.), Ecosystem Services and River Basin Ecohydology, Springer
  • Closs, G.P., P.L. Angermeier, W. Darwall, and S. Balcombe. 2015. Why are freshwater fish so
    threatened? Pages 37-75 in G.P. Closs, M. Krkosek, and J. Olden, (eds.) Conservation of Freshwater
    Fishes. Cambridge University Press.
  • Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, T.A. Campbell, W.M. Ford, P.D. Keyser, J.D. Crum, B.A. Miller and K.V. Miller. 2015. Effects of population reduction on white-tailed deer home-range dynamics. Northeastern Naturalist. 22:403-412
  • Owen, S.F., J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, P.B Wood, and J.L. Berl. 2015. Raccoon (Procyon lotor) diurnal den use within an intensively managed forest in central West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:41-52
  • Diggins, C.A., D. 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.
  • Karen E. Powers , Richard J. Reynolds , Wil Orndorff, W. Mark Ford. 2015. Post-White-nose Syndrome Trends in Virginia’s Cave Bats, 2008-2013 Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment 6:56-64  | Abstract | 
  • Silvis, A., W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2015. Day-roost tree selection by northern long-eared bats– What do random tree comparisons and one year of data really tell us? Global Ecology and Conservation 3:756-763  | Abstract | 
  • W. Mark Ford , Andrew M. Evans, Richard H. Odom, Jane L. Rodrigue, Christine A. Kelly, Nicole Abaid, Corinne A. Diggins and Douglas Newcomb. 2015. Predictive Habitat Models Derived from Nest-box Occupancy for the Endangered Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel in the Southern Appalachians. Endangered Species Research 27:131-140
  • Coleman, L.C., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2014 A comparison of passive and active acoustic sampling for monitoring a bat community impacted by white-nose syndrome. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:217-226
  • SIlvis, A., W.M. Ford, and E.R. Britzke. 2014. Effects of hierarchical roost removal on northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies. PLOS ONE DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0116356. 17 p.
  • Owen, S.F., J.L. Berl, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, and P.B. Wood. 2014. Raccoon ( Procyon lotor) Diurnal Den Use within an Intensively Managed Forest in Central West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:41-52
  • Evans, A.N., R.H. Odom, L. Resler, W.M. Ford and S. Prisley. 2014. Developing a topographic model to predict the northern hardwood forest type within Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus) recovery areas of the Southern Appalachians. International Journal of Forestry Article ID 179415, doi:10.1155/2014/179415). 11p.  | Abstract |  Publisher Website | 
  • 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
  • Villamagna, A.M., B. Mogollon, and P.L Angermeier. 2014. A multi-indicator framework for mapping cultural ecosystem services: the case of freshwater recreational fishing. Ecological Indicators 45: 255-265
  • A. Silvis, E.R. Thomas, W. M. Ford,E. R. Britzke and M. J. Friedrich. 2014. Internal Cavity Characteristics of Northern Long-eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis) Maternity Day-roosts. USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Research Note NRS-27. 7p
  • 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 Their Northern Distribution. Endangered Species Research 24:149-157
  • Colelman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2013. Comparison of radio-telemetric home range analysis and acoustic detection for little brown bat habitat evaluation in northwestern New York, USA. Northeastern Naturalist 21:431-435
  • Silvis, A., A.B. Kniowski, S.D. Ghert, and W.M. Ford. 2014. Roosting and foraging social structure of the endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) . PLos ONE 9(5):1-12 (e9637)  | Abstract | 
  • Johnson, J.B., J.H. Roberts, T.L. King, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford and D.A. Ray. 2013. Genetic Structuring of Northern Myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) at Multiple Spatial Scales. ActaTherologica. 59:223-231
  • Jachowski, D.S., C.A. Dobony, L.S. Coleman, W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and J.L. Rodrigue. 2014. Disease and community assemblage: white-nose syndrome alters spatial and temporal niche partitioning in sympatric bat species. Diversity and Distributions 20:1002- 1015  | Abstract | 
  • Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and J.B. Johnson. 2013. Association, roost and social networks of Myotis septentrionalis maternity colonies. Behavioral Processes 103:283-290.  | Abstract | 
  • Ford WM, Kelly CA, Rodrigue JL, Odom RH, Newcomb D, Gilley LM, and Diggins CA 2014. Late winter and early spring home range and habitat use of the endangered Carolina northern flying squirrel in western North Carolina. Endangered Species Research. 23:73-82.  | Abstract | 
  • Coleman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony and E.R. Britzke. 2014. Effect of passive acoustic sampling methodology on detecting bats after declines from white nose syndrome. Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment 6:56-64  | Abstract | 
  • Ford WM, Kelly CA, Rodrigue JL, Odom RH, Newcomb D, Gilley LM, Diggins CA (2014) Late winter and early spring home range and habitat use of the endangered Carolina northern flying squirrel in western North Carolina. Endang Species Res 23:73-82  | Abstract |  Publisher Website | 
  • Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Distance, dams and drift: What structures populations of an endangered, benthic stream fish? Freshwater Biology 58: 2050-2064
  • Johnson, J.B., J.L. Rodgrigue and W.M. Ford. 2013. Nightly and yearly bat activity before and after white-nose syndrome on the Fernow Experimental Forest in West Virginia, Tucker County, USA. USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Research Paper NRS-Res Pap 24. 17 p.  | Abstract | 
  • Lane, V.R., R.P. Simmons, K.J. Brunjes, J.C. Kilgo, T.B. Harrington, R.F. Daniels, W.M. Ford and K.V. Miller. 2013. Effects of precommercial thinning and midstory control on avian and small mammal communities during longleaf pine savanna restoration. Pages 478-488 in A.G. Kelly, K.F. Conner and J.D Haywood (Eds). Proceedings of the 17th Biennial Southern Silviculture Research Conference. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SRS-203. Asheville NC. 551 p.  | Abstract |  Publisher Website | 
  • Villamagna, A.M., P.L Angermeier, and E.M. Bennett. 2013. Capacity, pressure, demand, and flow: a conceptual framework for analyzing ecosystem service provision and delivery. Ecological Complexity 15: 114-121  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Lapointe, N.W.R., J. S. Odenkirk, and P.L. Angermeier. 2013. Seasonal movement, dispersal, and
    home range of Northern Snakehead Channa argus (Actinopterygii, Perciformes) in the
    Potomac River catchment. Hydrobiologia 709: 73-87
  • Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, P.D. Keyser, J.M. Crum, W.M. Ford, B.F. Miller, T.A. Campbell, and K.V. Miller. 2013. Survival patterns of female white-tailed deer on an industrial forest following a decline in population density. In: G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spong and J. Rentch, eds) Proceedings of the 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2012 March 26-28; Morgantown, WV; General Technical Report NRS-P-117. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 487–496.
  • Schuler, T.M.; Thomas-Van Gundy, M.; Adams, M.B; Ford, W.M. 2013. Analysis of two pre-shelterwood prescribed fires in a mesic mixed-oak forest in West Virginia. In: G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spong and J. Rentch, eds) Proceedings of the 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2012 March 26-28; Morgantown, WV; General Technical Report NRS-P-117. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 430-446.
  • Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Extensive dispersal of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) inferred from genetic marker data. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25: 1-16.
  • Argentina, J.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Population ecology of variegate darter
    (Etheostoma variatum) in Virginia. Final report to Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and
    Energy, Richmond, VA. Virginia Tech College of Natural Resources & Environment Reports Series,
    Number 2. 62 pp.
  • Lapointe, N.W.R., J.T. Thorson, and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Relative roles of natural and anthropogenic drivers of watershed invasibility in riverine ecosystems. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0204-2.
  • Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, N.R. Beane, and J.B. Johnson. 2012 Forest succession and maternity day roost selection by Myotis septentrionalis in a mesophytic hardwood forest. International Journal of Forestry of Forestry Research. 2012:148106. 8 p.
  • Saylor, R.K., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Diet of non-native northern snakehead (Channa argus) compared to three co-occurring predators in the lower Potomac River, USA. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 443–452.
  • Riedel, B.L., K.R. Russell and W.M. Ford. 2012. Physical condition, sex, and age-class of eastern red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) in forested and open habitats of West Virginia. International Journal of Zoology. doi:10.1155/2012/623730. 8 p.  | Publisher Website | 
  • Francl, K.E., W.M. Ford, D.W. Sparks and V. Brack. 2012. Capture and reproductive trends of summer bat communities in West Virginia: assessing the impacts of white-nose syndrome. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 3:33-42
  • Johnson, J.B., W.M. Ford and J.L. Rodrigue. 2012. Effects of acoustical deterrents on foraging bats. USDA Forest USDA Forest Service Research Note NRS-129. 5 p.
  • Lapointe, N., R. Pendleton, and P. Angermeier. 2012. A comparison of approaches for estimating relative impacts of nonnative fishes. environmental management 49: 82-95
  • Johnson, J.B., J.W. Edwards and W.M. Ford. 2012. Nocturnal activity patterns of northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) druing the maternity season in West Virginia (USA). Acta Chiropterologica 13:391-397
  • Johnson, J.B., W.M. Ford and J.W. Edwards. 2012. Roost networks of northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) in a managed landscape. Forest Ecology and Management
  • Ford, W.M., E.R. Britzke, C.A. Dobony, J.L. Rodrigue and J.B. Johnson. 2012. Patterns of acoustical activity of bats prior to and following White-nose Syndrome occurrence. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 2:125-134
  • Adams, M.B. W.M. Ford, T.M. Schuler and M. Thomas-Van Gundy. 2011. Effects of natural gas development on forest ecosystesm. Pages 219-226 in L. Songlin, J.M. Lhotka, J.W. Stringer, K.W. Gottschalk, and G.W. Miller (eds). Proceedings of the 17th Central Hardwood Conference. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NRS-P-78.
  • Mattson, K.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Evaluating robustness in rank-based risk assessments of freshwater ecosystems. Submitted for USGS review.
  • Gascho-Landis, A.M., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Individual growth and reproductive behavior in a newly established population of northern snakehead, Potomac River, USA. Hydrobiologia 661:123-131.
  • Adams, M.B., P.J. Edwards, W.M. Ford, T.M. Schuler, J.B. Johnson, M. Thomas-Van Gundy. 2011. Effects of development of a natural gas well and associated pipeline on the natural and scientific resources of the Fernow Experimental Forest. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NRS-76. 24 p.
  • Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Fish community and bioassessment responses to stream network position. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30:296-309.
  • Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Comparative utility of selected frameworks for regionalizing fish-
    based bioassessment across the United States. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 1872-1895.
  • Lapointe, N.W.R., J.T. Thorson, and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Seasonal meso- and microhabitat selection by northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River system. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 19:566-577.
  • Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, P.D. Keyser and J.M. Crum 2010. Browsing patterns of white-tailed deer following increased timber harvest and a decline in population density. International Journal of Forestry Research . doi:10.1155/2010/592034 7 p.
  • Johnson, J.B., M.A. Menzel, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford and J.T. Petty 2010. Spatial and predictive foraging models for gray bats in northwest Georgia. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 64:61-67.
  • Johnson, J.B., W.M. Ford, J.W. Edwards, J.L. Rodrigue and C.L. Johnson. 2010. Indiana bat day-roosts in burned areas in the central Appalachians. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 1:111-121.
  • Kolodzinski, J.J., L.V. Tannebaum, D.A. Osborn, M.C. Conner, W.M. Ford and K.V. Miller. 2010. Effects of GPS sampling intensity on home range analyses. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 64:13-17.
  • Rentch, J.S., T.M. Schuler, G.J. Nowacki, N.R. Beane and W.M. Ford. 2010. Canopy Gap Dynamics of Second-Growth Red Spruce-Northern Hardwood Stands in West Virginia. Forest Ecology and Management 260:1921-1929.
  • Johnson, J.B., W.M. Ford, J.W. Edwards and M.A. Menzel. 2010. Bat community structures within riparian areas of northwestern Georgia, USA. Folia Zoologica 59:192-202.
  • Angermeier, P.L. 2010. Preface: Conservation challenges for stream fish ecologists. American Fisheries Society Symposium 73: 303-309.
  • Benejam, L., P.L. Angermeier, A. Munné, and E. García-Berthou. 2010. Assessing effects of water abstraction on fish assemblages in Mediterranean streams. Freshwater Biology 55: 628-642.
  • Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Trait-based approaches in the analysis of stream fish communities. American Fisheries Society Symposium 73: 109-136.
  • Jiao, Y., N. Lapointe, P.L. Angermeier, and B. Murphy. 2009. Hierarchical demographic approaches for assessing invasion dynamics of non-indigenous species: an example using northern snakehead (Channa argus). Ecological Modelling 220: 1681-1689.
  • Kondolf, G. M., P. L. Angermeier, K. Cummins, T. Dunne, M. Healey, W. Kimmerer, P. B. Moyle, D. Murphy, D. Patten, S. Railsback, D. J. Reed, R. Spies, and R. Twiss. 2008. Projecting cumulative benefits of multiple river restoration projects: an example from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River system in California. Environmental Management 42: 933-945
  • Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and J. T. Peterson. Does mobility limit rates of colonization and population recovery among stream fishes? Freshwater Biology 7:1444-1460.
  • Filipe, A.F., M.B. Araújo, I. Doadrio, P.L. Angermeier, and M.J. Collares-Pereira. 2009. Biogeography of Iberian freshwater fishes revisited: the roles of historical versus contemporary constraints. Journal of Biogeography 36: 2096-2110.
  • Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. FishTraits: a database of ecological and life-history traits of freshwater fishes of the United States. Fisheries (Bethesda) 34: 487-495.
  • Vaughan, M.R. 2009. The influence of food availability on American black bear (Ursus americanus) physiology, behavior, and ecology. Biology of Bear Intrusions: Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Mechanisms of the Intrusion of Bears into Residential Areas. FFPRI Scientific Meeting Report 4, Kyoto, Japan. Pages 9-17
  • Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Web-based FishTraits database; available at http://www.cnr.vt.edu/fisheries/fishtraits/, NASA Global Change data portal, and USGS National Biological Information Infrastructure websites.
  • Monroe, J.B., C.V. Baxter, J.D. Olden, and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Freshwaters in the public eye: understanding the role of images and media in aquatic conservation. Fisheries (Bethesda) 34: 581-585.
  • Nelson, K.C., M.A. Palmer, J.E. Pizzuto, G.E. Moglen, P.L. Angermeier, R.H. Hilderbrand, M.
    Dettinger, and K. Hayhoe. 2009. Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options. Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 154-163.
  • Ryan, C.W., M.R. Vaughan, J.B. Meldrum, R.B. Duncan, and J.W. Edwards. 2009. Retention time of Telazol in black bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:210-213.
  • Tredick, T.A., and M.R. Vaughan. 2009. DNA-Based population abundance, density, and sex ratios of black bears on 3 national wildlife refuges in coastal North Carolina and Virginia. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Wildlife Management.
  • P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Book reviews. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:802-804. Review of Fish Conservation: A Guide to Understanding and Restoring Global Aquatic Biodiversity and Fishery Resources by G.S. Helfman (2007).
  • Hitt, N. P., and P. L. Angermeier. 2008. Evidence for fish dispersal from spatial analysis of stream network topology. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(2):304-320.
  • Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. River-stream connectivity affects fish bioassessment performance. Environmental Management 42: 132-150.
  • Roberts, J. H., A. E. Rosenberger, B. W. Albanese, and P. L. Angermeier. 2008. Movement patterns of endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 374-381.
  • Dutton, D. J., J. H. Roberts, P. L. Angermeier, and E. M. Hallerman. 2008. Microsatellite markers for the endangered Roanoke logperch Percina rex (Percidae) and their potential utility for other darter species. Molecular Ecology Resources, 8: 831-834.
  • Hitt, N. P., and P. L. Angermeier. 2008. River-stream connectivity affects fish bioassessment performance. Environmental Management 42: 132-150.
  • Cope, G. W., R. B. Bringolf, D. B. Buchwalter, T. J. Newton, C. G. Ingersoll, N. Wang, T. Augspurger, F. J. Dwyer, M. C. Barnhart, R. J. Neves, and E. Hammer. 2008. Differential exposure and sensitivity of unioniodean bivalve life stages to environmental contaminants. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(2): 451-462.
  • Batts, G. K., N. W. Lafon, M. J. Kelly, and M. R. Vaughan. 2007. A modified approach to rocket netting white-tailed deer using a remote video system. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 60:77-82.
  • Neves, R. J., W. F. Henley, H. Dan, and J. W. Jones. 2007. Conservation aquaculture: it's application to endangered freshwater mollusks. Journal of Shellfish Research 26 (2): 665- 666.
  • Henley, W. F., R. J. Neves, T. Caceci, and R. G. Saacke. 2007. Anatomical descriptions and comparisons of the reproductive tracts of Utterbackia imbecillis and Villosa iris (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Invertebrate Reproduction and Development 50 (1):1-12.
  • Wang, N., C. G. Ingersoll, Greer, I. E., Hardesty, D. K., Ivey, C. D., Kunz, J. L., Brumbaugh, W. G., Dwyer, F. J., Roberts, A. D., Augspurger, T., Kane, C. M., Neves, R. J., and Barnhart, C. M. 2007. Chronic toxicity of copper and ammonia to juvenile freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2048-2056
  • Wang, N., C. G. Ingersoll, Hardesty, D. K., Ivery, C. D., Kunz, J. L., May, T. W., Dywer, F. J., Roberts, A. D., Augspurger, T., Kane, C. M., Neves, R. J., and Barnhart, C. M. 2007. Acute toxicity of copper, ammonia, and chlorine to glochidia and juveniles of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2036-2047
  • Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2007. Movement responses of stream fishes to introduced corridors of complex cover. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:971-978
  • Jones, J. W., and R. J. Neves. 2007. Freshwater mussel status: upper North Fork Holston River, Virginia. Northearstern Naturalist 14 (3):471-480.
  • Wang, N. C., T. Augspurger, Barnhart, C. M., Bidwell, J. R., Cope, W. G., Dwyer, F. J., Geis, S., Greer, I. E., C. G. Ingersoll, Kane, C. M., May, T. W., Neves, R. J., Newton, T. J., Roberts, A. D., and Whites, D. W. 2007. Intra- and inter-laboratory variability in acute toxicology tests with glochidia and juveniles of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2029- 2035.
  • Hua, D., and R. J. Neves. 2007. Captive survival and pearl culture potential of the pink heelsplitter Potamilus alatus. North American Journal of Aquaculture 69:147-158
  • Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2007. Spatiotemporal variability of stream habitat and movement of three species of fish. Oecologia 151: 417-430.
  • Liberty, A. J., B. J. Ostby, and R. J. Neves. 2007. Determining a suitable substrate size and sampling frequency for rearing juvenile rainbow mussels Villosa iris. North American Journal of Aquaculture 69:44-52.
  • Angermeier, P. L. 2007. The role of fish biologists in helping society build ecological sustainability. Fisheries (Bethesda) 32: 9-20.
  • Mattson, K. M., and P. L. Angermeier. 2007. Integrating human impacts and ecological integrity into a risk-based protocol for conservation planning. Environmental Management 39: 125-138.
  • Henley, W. F., P. J. Grobler, and R. J. Neves. 200. Non-invasive method to obtain DNA from freshwater mussels. Journal of Shellfish Research 25(3):975-977.
  • Gilbert, E. R., E. A. Wong, M. R. Vaughan, K. E. Webb, Jr. 2007. Distribution and abundance of nutrient transporter mRNA in the intestinal tract of the black bear, Ursus americanus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 146:35-41.
  • Angermeier, P. L. 2005. Fish biologists as conservation educators regarding economic growth. Fisheries 30(12): 37-39.
  • Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, B. A. Locke, and J. J. Schmerfeld. 2006. Case study: Sensitivity of mussel glochidia and regulatory test organisms to mercury and a reference toxicant. Chapter 14 in Freshwater Bivalve Ecotoxicology, J. L. Farris and J. H. VanHassel (eds. ), pp. 351-367.
  • Bigford, T., and 12 coauthors. 2006. Economic growth and fish conservation. Fisheries (Bethesda) 31 (8):404-409.
  • Jones, J. W., E. Hallerman, and R. J. Neves. 2006. Genetic management guidelines for captive propagation of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Journal of Shellfish Research 25(2):527-535.
  • Jones, J. W., R. J. Neves, S. A. Ahlstedt and E. M. Hallerman. 2006. A holistic approach to taxonomic evaluation of two closely related endangered species, the oyster mussel Epioblasma capsaeformis and tan riffleshell Epioblasma florentina walkeri (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 72:267-283.
  • Sullivan, P. J., J. M. Acheson, P. L. Angermeier, T. Faast, J. Flemma, C. M. Jones, E. E. Knudsen, T.
    J. Minello, D. H. Secor, R. Wunderlich, and B. A. Zanetell. 2006. Defining and implementing best
    available science for fisheries and environmental science, policy, and management. American
    Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD and Estuarine Research Federation, Port Republic, MD. 30 pp.
  • Donahue, S. W., M. E. McGee, K. B. Harvey, . R. Vaughan, and C. T. Robbins. 2005. Hibernating bears as a model for preventing disuse osteoporosis. Journal of Biomechanics 39:1480-1485.
  • Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, J. W. Jones, R. Mair, and C. M. Kane. 2006. Chlorine toxicity to early life stages of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia:Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25(9):183-189.
  • Mummert, A., T. Newcomb, R. J. Neves and B. Parker. 2005. Evaluation of a recirculating pond system for rearing juvenile freshwater mussels at White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery, West Virginia. American Malacological Bulletin 21(1/2):1-10 .
  • Beier, P., M. R. Vaughan, M. J. Conroy, and H. Quigley. 2006. Evaluating scientific inferences about the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 236-245.
  • Conroy, M. J., P. Beier, H. Quigley, and M. R. Vaughan. 2006. Improving the use of science in conservation: lessons from the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 1-7
  • Donahue, S. W., S. A. Galley, M. R. Vaughan, P. Patterson-Buckendahl, L. M. Demers, J. L. Vance, and M. E. McGee. 2006. Parathyroid hormone may maintain bone formation in hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus) to prevent disuse osteoporosis. The Journal of Experimental Biology 209:1630-1638.
  • Lee, D., and M. Vaughan. 2005. Yearling and subadult black bear survival in a hunted Virginia population. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(4):1641-1651.
  • Campbell, T.A., Laseter, B.R., Ford, W.M., Odom, R.H. and Miller, K.V. 2006. Abiotic Factors Influencing Deer Browsing in West Virginia. North. J. Appl. For. 23(1):20 –26.
  • Czech, B., and 12 coauthors. 2006. Economic growth, fish conservation, and the AFS: conclusion to a forum, beginning of a movement? Fisheries (Bethesda) 31(1): 40-43.
  • Hitt, N. P., and P. L. Angermeier. 2006. Effects of adjacent streams on local fish assemblage structure in western Virginia: implications for biomonitoring. American Fisheries Society Symposium 48: 75-86.
  • Sullivan, P. J., J. M. Acheson, P. L. Angermeier, T. Faast, J. Flemma, C. M. Jones, E. E. Knudsen, T. J. Minello, D. H. Secor, R. Wunderlich, and B. A. Zanetell. 2006. Defining and implementing best available science for fisheries and environmental science, policy, and management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD and Estuarine Research Federation, Port Republic, MD. 30 pp.
  • Hanlon, S., and R. J. Neves. 2005. Seasonal growth and mortality of juveniles of Lampsilis fasciola (Bivalvia: Unionidae) released to a fish hatchery raceway. American Malacological Bulletin 21:45-49.
  • Hull, M. S., D. S. Cherry, and R. J. Neves. 2005. Use of bivalve metrics to quantify influences of coal-related activities in the Clinch River watershed, Virginia. Hydrobiologia 556:341-355.
  • Ingersoll, C. G., T. Augsperger, C. Barnhart, G. Cope, J. Dwyer, C. Bishop, R. J. Neves, T. Newton, A. Roberts, and N. Wang. 2005. Standard guide for conducting laboratory toxicity tests with freshwater mussels. ASTM Designation E2455-05. 51 pp.
  • Tear, T. H., P. KAreiva, P. L. Angermeir, P. Comer, B. Czech, R. Kautz. L. Landon, D. Mehlman, K. Murphy, M. Ruckelshaus, J. M. Scott and G. Wilhere. 2005. How much is enough? The recurrent problem of setting measurable objectives in conservation. Bioscience 55: 835-849.
  • Wohl, E., P. L. Angermeier, B. Bledsoe, G. M. Kondolf, L. MacDonnell, D. M. Merritt, M. A. Palmer, N. L. Poff, and D. Tarboton. 2005. River restoration. Water Resources Research 41: W10301, doi:10. 1029/2005WR003985.
  • Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, and J. Schmerfeld. 2005. Acute and chronic toxicity of mercury to early life stages of the rainbow mussel, Villosa iris (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24(5):1242-1246.
  • Wheeler, A. P., P. L. Angermeier, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2005. Impacts of new highways and subsequent landscape urbanization on stream habitat and biota. Reviews in Fisheries Science 13: 141-164.
  • Grobler, P. J., J. W. Jones, N. A. Johnson, B. Beaty, J. Struthers, R. J. Neves, and E. M. Hallerman. 2005. Patterns of genetic differentiation and conservation of the slabside pearlymussel, Lexingtonia dolabelloides (Lea, 1840) in the Tennessee River drainage. Journal of Molluscan Studies: 1-12.
  • Guyot, J. A., and R. J. Neves. Identification of suitable host fishes for the endangered Cumberland elktoe freshwater mussel (Alasmidonta atropurpurea)(Unionidae: Bivalvia). Virginia Journal of Science Vol 56(1).
  • Liberty, A. J., and R. J. Neves. Determining a suitable substrate size and sampling frequency for rearing juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Virginia Journal of Science Vol 56(1).
  • Rash, J. M., and R. J. Neves. Life-history characteristics of the Atlantic pigtoe, Fusconaia masoni. Virginia Journal of Science Vol 56(1).
  • Jones, J. W., R. A. Mair, and R. J. Neves. 2005. Factors affecting survival and growth of juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) cultured in recirculating aquaculture systems. North American Journal of Aquaculture 67:210-220.
  • Wohl, E., P. L. Angermeier, B. Bledsoe, G. M. Kondolf, L. MacDonnell, D. M. Merritt, M. A. Palmer, N. L. Poff, and D. Tarboton. 2005. River restoration. Water Resources Research W10301, doi:10.1029/2005WR003985
  • Bakaletz, S., and D. Neves. 2005. Big South Fork restores endangered mussels. National Park Service Natural Resource Year in Review - 2004: 48-49.
  • Brown, M., M. Kowalewski, R. J. Neves, D. Cherry, and M. Schreiber. 2005. Freshwater mussel shells as environmental chronicles: geochemical and taphonomic signatures of mercury-related extirpations in the North Fork Holston River, Virginia. Environmental Science and Technology: 39:1455-1462.
  • Bridges, A. S., M. R. Vaughan, and S. Klenzendorf. 2005. Seasonal variation in American black bear Ursus americanus activity patterns: quantification via remote photography. Wildlife Biology 10:277-284
  • Tsiouris, J. A., V. P. S. Chauhan, A. M. Sheikh, A. Chauhan, M. Malik, and M. Vaughan. 2005. Similarities in acute-phase protein response during hibernation in black bears and major depression in humans: A response to underlying metabolic depression. Canadian Journal of Zoology 82: 1468-1476.
  • Angermeier, P. L., A. P. Wheeler, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2004. A conceptual framework for assessing impacts of roads on aquatic biota. Fisheries 29(12): 19-29.
  • Neves, R. J. 2004. Book Review: A guide to the freshwater mussels of Kentucky. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (2):394-395.
  • Echols, K., M. R. Vaughan, and H. D. Moll. 2004. Evaluation of subcutaneous implants for monitoring American black bear cub survival. Ursus 15(2):172-180.
  • Gray, R. M., M. R. Vaughan, and S. L. McMullen. 2004. Feeding wild black bears in Virginia: a survey of bear hunters, 1998-99. Ursus 15 (2): 188-196.
  • Cook, R. R., P. L. Angermeier, D. S. Finn, N. L. Poff, and K. L. Krueger. 2004. Geographic variation in patterns of nestedness among local stream fish assemblages in Virginia. Oecologia 140:639-649.
  • Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2004. A comparison of injectable fluorescent marks in two genera of darters: effects on survival and retention rates. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24(3): 1017-1024.
  • Beaty, B. B., and R. J. Neves. 2004. Use of natural water flow-through culture system for rearing juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) and evaluation of the effects of substrate size, temperature, and stocking density. American Malacological Bulletin 19:113-120.
  • Neves, R. J. 2004. Book Review-Bivalve molluscs: biology, ecology, and culture, by E. Gosling. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:1068.
  • Angermeier, P. L., and G. Davideanu. 2004. Using fish communities to assess streams in Romania: initial development of an index of biotic integrity. Hydrobiologia 511: 65-78.
  • Czech, B., P. Angermeier, H. Daly, P. Pister, and R. Hughes. 2004. Fish conservation, sustainable fisheries, and economic growth: no more fish stories. Fisheries 29(8): 36-37.
  • Jones, J. W., and R. J. Neves. 2004. Life history and propagation of the endangered dromedary pearly mussel (Dromus dromas) (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 23(3):515-525.
  • Neves, R. J. 2004. Propagation of endangered freshwater mussels in North America. Journal of Conchology Special Publication No. 3:69-80.
  • Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and S. Dorai-Raj. 2004. Ecological correlates of fish movement in a network of Virginia streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61: 857-869
  • Lee, D., and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. Black bear family breakup in western Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 11:111-122.
  • Jones, J. W., M. Culver, V. David, J. Struthers, N. Johnson, R. J. Neves, S. J. O'Brien, and E. M. Hallerman. 2004. Development and characterization of microsatellite loci in the endangered oystermussel Epioblasma capsaeformis (Bivalvia Unionidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 10:1-4.
  • Bridges, A. S., J. A. Fox, C. Olfenbuttel, and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. American black bear denning behavior: observations and applications using remote photography. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:188-193.
  • Klenzendorf, S. A., D. A. Lee, and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. Crotalus horridus defense and black bear death. Herpteological Review 35:61-62.
  • Ryan, C. W., and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. Reproduction and survival of American black bears in southwest Virginia. Northeast Wildlife 56:57-68.
  • Helfrich, L. A., R. J. Neves, and J. Parkhurst. 2003. Sustaining America's aquatic biodiversity: a teacher's guide. Virginia Cooperative Extension 420-532. 70 pp.
  • Lee, D., and M. Vaughan. 2003. Dispersal movements by subadult black bears in Virginia. Ursus 14:162-170.
  • Hull, M. S., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Soucek, D. J. Currie and R. J. Neves. Comparison of Asian clam bioassays and benthic community surveys in quantifying effects of a coal-fired power plant effluent on Clinch River biota. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress and Recovery 9:271-283.
  • Mummert, A., T. J. Newcomb, R. J. Neves, and D. S. Cherry. 2002. Sensitivity of juvenile freshwater mussels to total and unionized ammonia. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22(11):2545-2553.
  • Donahue, S. W., M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. 2003. Serum markers of bone metabolism show bone loss in hibernating bears. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 408:295-301.
  • Goodwin, K. R., and P. L. Angermeier. 2003. Demographic characteristics of American eel in the Potomac River drainage, Virginia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:525-537.
  • Rosenberger, A., and P. L. Angermeier. 2003. Ontogenetic shifts in habitat use by the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Freshwater Biology 48:1563-1577.
  • Beck, K., and R. J. Neves. 2003. An evaluation of selective feeding by three age groups of the rainbow mussel (Villosa iris). North American Journal of Aquaculture 65:203-209.
  • Boyles, J. L., and R. J. Neves. 2003. An evaluation of adult freshwater mussels held in captivity at the White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery. Virginia Journal of Science 54(2):100.
  • Mair, R., J. Jones, R. J. Neves, S. Ahlstedt, and S. Bakaletz. 2003. Propagation and culture of endangered juveniles freshwater mussels in the Big South Fork Cumberland River. Virginia Journal of Science 54(2):101.
  • Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and C. Gowan. 2003. Designing mark-recapture studies to reduce effects of distance-weighting on movement distance distributions of stream fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:925-939.
  • Emery, E. B., T. P. Simon, F. H. McCormick, P. L. Angermeier, J. E. DeShon, C. O. Yoder, R. E. Sanders, W. D. Pearson, G. D. Hickman, R. J. Reash, and J. A. Thomas. 2003. Development of a multimetric index for assessing the biological condition of the Ohio River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:791-808.
  • Vashon, J. H., M. R. Vaughan, A. D. Vashon, D. D. Martin, and K. N. Nichols. 2003. An expandable radio collar for black bear cubs. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:380-386.
  • Baron, J. S., N. L. Poff, P. L. Angermeier, C. N. Dahm, P. H. Gleick, N. G. Hairston, Jr., R. B. Jackson, C. A. Johnston, B. D Richter, and A. D. Steinman. 2003. Sustaining healthy freshwater ecosystems. Issues in Ecology, Number 10, 16 pp.
  • Gatenby, C. M., D. M. Orcutt, D. A. Kreeger, B. C. Parker, V. A. Jones, R. J. Neves. 2003. Gross biochemical composition of four algae at different phases of growth. Journal of Applied Phycology 15:1-11.
  • Inman, K. H., and M. R. Vaughan. 2002. Hunter effort and success rates of hunting bears with hounds in Virginia. Ursus 13:223-33.
  • Klenzendorf, S. A., M. R. Vaughan, and D. D. Martin. 2002. Den-type use and fidelty of American black bears in Virginia. Ursus 13:39-44.
  • Cao. Y, D. P Larsen, R. M. Hughes, P. L. Angermeier and T. M. Patton. 2002. Sampling effort affects multivariate comparisons of stream assemblages. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:701-714.
  • Zimmerman, L. L., and R. J. Neves. 2003. Effects of temperature on longevity and viability of glochidia of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). American Malacological Bulletin 17:31-35.
  • Zimmerman, L. L., R. J. Neves and D. Smith. 2003. Control of predacious flatworms (Macrostomum sp. ) in culturing freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). North American Journal of Aquaculture 65:28-32.
  • Bridges, A., C. Olfenbuttel, and M. R. Vaughan. 2003. A mixed regression model to estimate neonatal black bear cub age. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:1253-58.
  • Lamouroux, N., N. L. Poff and P. L. Angermeier. 2002. Convergence of stream fish community traits in France and Virginia (USA) along geomorphic and hydraulic gradients. Ecology 83:1792-1807.
  • Vaughan, M. R. 2002. Oak trees, acorns, and bears, Pages 224-240 in W. J. McShea and W. M. Healey, editors, Oak Forest Ecosystems: Ecology and Management for Wildlife. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  • Angermeier, P. L., K. L. Krueger, and C. A. Dolloff. 2002. Discontinuity in stream-fish distributions: implications for assessing and predicting species occurrence. Pp. 519-527 in J. M. Scott et al., editors. Predicting species occurrences: issues of accuracy and scale. Island Press, Covelo, CA.
  • Chauhan, V. P. S., J. A. Tsiouris, A. Chauhan, A. M. Sheikh, W. T. Brown, and M. R. Vaughan. 2002. Increased oxidative stress and decreased activities of CA 2+/Mg2+ -ATPase and Na+/K+ -ATPase in the red blood cells of the hibernating black bear. Life Science 71:153-161.
  • Duncan, R. B., Jr., J. C. Jones, H. D. Moll, M. M. Moon, D. J. Blodgett, and M. R. Vaughan. 2002. Cretinism in a North American black bear. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 43:31-36.
  • Cherry, D. S., J. H. van Hassell, J. L. Farris, D. J. Soucek, and R. J. Neves. 2002. Site-specific derivation of the acute copper criteria for the Clinch River, Virginia. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 8(3):591-601.
  • Jones, J. W., and R. J. Neves. 2002. Life history and propagation of the endangered fanshell pearlymussel(Cyprogenia stegaria Rafinesque) (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21(1):76-88.
  • Ensign, W. E., A. J. Temple, and R. J. Neves. 2002. Effects of fright bias on sampling efficiency of stream fish assemblages. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17(1):127-139.
  • Chen, L-Y, A. G. Heath, and R. J. Neves. 2002. An evaluation of air and water transport of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). American Malacological Bulletin 16 (1): 147-154.
  • Ford, W.M., Chapman, B.R., Menzel, M.A. and Odom, R.H. 2002. Stand age and habitat influences on salamanders in Appalachian cove hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 155:1–3, 1 January 2002, pp. 131–141.
  • Neves, R. J., and S. A. Ahlstedt. 2001. The status of species and recovery programs for endangered freshwater mussels in the Southern Appalachians. In: D. B. Adams et al., U. S. Geological Survey Appalachian Region Integrated Science Workshop Proceedings, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Pp. 67-72.
  • Rogers, S. O., B. T. Watson, and R. J. Neves. 2001. Life history and population biology of the endangered tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri) (Bivalvia: Unionidae) Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20(4): 582-594.
  • Ben-David, M., S. l. Struthers, H. D. Moll, and M. R. Vaughan. 2001. Testing performance of the birth archive-tag on black bears: an increase or a decrease. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biotelemetry 15:442-449.
  • Henley, W. F., and R. J. Neves. 2001. Behavioral responses of glochidia of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) to chemical cues of fish. American Malacological Bulletin 16 (1/2): 131-135.
  • Jones, J. W., R. J. Neves, M. A. Patterson, C. R. Good, and A. DiVittorio. 2001. A status survey of freshwater mussel populations in the upper Clinch River, Tazewell County, Virginia. Banisteria 17: 20-30.
  • Stoeckel, J. N., and R. J. Neves. 2001. Induced spawning of the margined madtom. North American Journal of Aquaculture 63:99-108.
  • Odom, R. H., Ford, W. M., Edwards, J., Stihler, C. and Menzel, J. 2001. Developing a habitat model for the endangered Virginia northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus) in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. Biological Conservation 99:2, June 2001, pp. 245–252.
  • Chen, L-Y, A. G. Heath, and R. J. Neves. 2001. Comparison of oxygen consumption in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from different habitats during declining dissolved oxygen concentration. Hydrobiologia 450:209-214.
  • Henley, W. F., L. L. Zimmerman, and R. J. Neves. 2001. Design and evaluation of recirculating water systems for maintenance and propagation of freshwater mussels. North American Journal of Aquaculture 63: 144-155.
  • Warrillow, J., M. Culver, E. Hallerman, and M. Vaughan. 2001. Subspecific affinity of black bears in the White River National Wildlife Refuge. Journal of Heredity 92:226-233
  • Angermeier, P. L. 2001. Reply to Povilitis: another conservation conundrum. Conservation Biology 15:536-538.
  • Poff, N. L., P. L. Angermeier, & co-authors. 2001. Fish diversity in streams and rivers. Pages 315-349 in FS Chapin et al., eds. Global biodiversity in a changing environment: Scenarios for the 21st century. Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • Smogor, R. A., and P. L. Angermeier. 2001. Determining a regional framework for assessing biotic integrity in Virginia streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 18-35.
  • Klenzendorf, S. A., and M. R. Vaughan. 1999. An overview of brown bear management in six European countries. Ursus 11:163-178
  • Vaughan, M. R., and T. K. Fuller, editors. 1999. Ursus 11:1-292
  • Jacobson, P. J., K. M. Jacobson, P. L. Angermeier, and D. S. Cherry. October 2000. Hydrological influences on soil properties along ephemeral rivers in the Namib desert. Journal of Arid Environments 45: 21-34.
  • Yeager, M. M., R. J. Neves, and D. S. Cherry. August 8, 2000. Competitive interactions between early life stages of Villosa iris (Bivalvia Unionidae) and adult Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea). Proceedings of the Freshwater Mussel Symposium 253-259.
  • Ford, W.M., Odom, R.H., Hale, P.E. and Chapman, B.R. 2000. Stand-age, stand characteristics and landform effects on understory herbaceous communities in southern Appalachian cove-hardwoods. Biological Conservation 93:2, April 2000, pp. 237–246.
  • Gatenby, C. M., P. A. Morrison, R. J. Neves, and B. C. Parker. 2000. A protocol for the salvage and quarantine of unionid mussels from zebra mussel-infested waters. Proceedings of the Freshwater Musssel Symposium 9-18.
  • Angermeier, P. L. 2000. The natural imperative for biological conservation. Conservation Biology 14:373-381.
  • Angermeier, P. L., R. A. Smogor, and J. R. Stauffer. 2000. Regional frameworks and candidate metrics for assessing biotic integrity in mid-Atlantic highland streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:962-981.
  • Jacobson, P. J., K. M. Jacobson, P. L. Angermeier, and D. S. Cherry. 2000. Variation in material transport and water chemistry along a large ephemeral river in the Namib Desert. Freshw. Biol. 44:481-491.
  • Stoeckel, J. N., and R. J. Neves. 2000. Methods for hatching margined madtom eggs. North American Journal of Aquaculture 62:42-47.
  • Ziuganov, V. E., San Miguel, R. J. Neves, et al. 2000. Life span variatioin of the freshwater pearl shell: a model species for testing longevity mechanisms in animals. Ambio 29(2):102-105.
  • Godfrey, C. L., K. Needhan, M. R. Vaughan, J. H. Vashon, D. D. Martin, and G. T. Blank, Jr. 2000. A technique for and risk associated with entering tree dens used by black bears. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:131-140.
  • Hellgren, E. C., and M. R. Vaughan. 2000. Ecology, conservation and management of black bears in the Great Dismal Swamp. Pages 222-231 in R. Rose, editor, The Natural History of the Great Dismal Swamp. Omni Press, Madison, WI.
  • Neves, R. J. 1999. Conservation and commerce: management of freshwater mussel (Bivalve: Unionidae) resources in the United States. Malacologia 41(2):461-474.
  • Jacobson, P. J., K. M. Jacobson, P. L. Angermeier, and D. S. Cherry. 1999. Transport, retention, and ecological significance of woody debris within a large ephemeral river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18:429-444.
  • O'Connell, A. M. U., and P. L. Angermeier. 1999. Habitat relationships for alewife and blueback herring spawning in a Virginia stream. J. Freshw. Ecol. 14:357-370.
  • Henley, W. F., and R. J. Neves. 1999. Recovery status of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the North Fork Holston River, Virginia. American Malacological Bulletin 15(1):65-73.
  • Neves, R. J. 1999. Biological feasibility of freshwater mussels and pearl culture in Gulf Coast states. Gulf of Mexico Science 1999(2):103-108.
  • Neves, R. J. 1999. Conservation of North America's freshwater mussel fauna (Unionidae) from the threat posed by the exotic zebra mussel (Dressena polymorpha). Malocological Review, Supplement 8:107-118.
  • Patterson, M. A., B. C. Parker, and R. J. Neves. 1999. Glycogen concentration in the mussel tissue of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) during starvation and controlled feeding. American Malacological Bulletin 15(1):47-50.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 11

Phd Students: 5

Post Docs: 3

University Staff: 1

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 13

Scientific Publications: 70

Presentations: 121

 

Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  2. U.S. Geological Survey
  3. Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
  4. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  5. Wildlife Management Institute