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  • Aldinger, K.R., P.B. Wood, C.M. Johnson. 2017. Refined conservation strategies for Golden-winged Warblers in the West Virginia highlands with implications for the broader avian community. Condor 119:762-786. https://doi.org/10.1650/CONDOR-17-49.1
  • Waldrop, T., S. Summerfelt, P. Mazik, and C. Good. Comparing the effects of swimming exercise and dissolved oxygen on the performance, health, and welfare of early-rearing Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Aquaculture Research.  | Abstract | 
  • Williams, J.M., D.J. Brown, and P.B. Wood. Responses of Terrestrial Herpetofauna to Persistent, Novel Ecosystems Resulting from Mountaintop Removal Mining. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8:xx-xx. doi:10.3996/102016-JFWM-079  | Publisher Website | 
  • Welsh, S.A., D.R. Jerry, D.W. Burrows, and M.L. Rourke. 2017. A new species of freshwater eel-tailed catfish of the genus Tandanus (Teleostei: Plotosidae) from coastal rivers of mid-northern New South Wales, Australia. Copeia 105:229-236. https://doi.org/10.1643/CI-13-067
  • Rizzo, A.A., D.J. Brown, S.A. Welsh, and P.A. Thompson. 2017. Factors influencing detection of the federally endangered Diamond Darter Crystallaria cincotta: implications for long-term monitoring strategies. American Midland Naturalist 178:123-131. https://doi.org/10.1674/0003-0031-178.1.123
  • Aldinger, J.L. and S.A. Welsh. 2017. Diel periodicity and chronology of upstream migration in yellow-phase American eels (Anguilla rostrata). Environmental Biology of Fishes 100:839-838. DOI 10.1007/s10641-017-0614-1
  • Thompson, P.A., S.A. Welsh, A.A. Rizzo, and D.M. Smith. 2017. Effect of substrate size on sympatric sand darter benthic habitat preferences. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 32:455-465. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2017.1319880
  • Loman, Z.G., E.J. Blomberg, W.V. Deluca, D.J. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2017. Landscape Capability predicts upland game bird Abundance and Occurrence. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21265.
  • Behmke, S., P.Mazik and T. Katnzer. Submitted. Common samples used to diagnose lead poisioning are poor predictors of total body lead burden of birds. Journal of Wildlife Diseases.  | Abstract | 
  • Loughman, Z.L., S.A. Welsh, and R. Thoma. 2017. Cambarus (C.) appalachiensis, a new species of crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the New River Basin of Virginia and West Virginia, USA. Zootaxa 4243:432-454. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4243.3.2
  • Kramer, G.R., H.M. Streby, S.M. Peterson, J.A. Lehman, D.A. Buehler, B.P. Wood, D.J. McNeil, J.L. Larkin, and D.E. Andersen. 2017. Nonbreeding isolation and population-specific migration patterns among three populations of Golden-winged Warblers. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119: 108-121.  | Download  | 
  • Loughman, Z.J., S.A. Welsh, N.M. Sadecky, Z.W. Dillard, and R.K. Scott. 2017. Evaluation of physiochemical and physical habitat associations for Cambarus callainus (Big Sandy Crayfish), an imperiled crayfish endemic to the Central Appalachians. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2017:1-9. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2746
  • Rizzo, A.A., S.A. Welsh, and P.A. Thompson. 2017. A paired-laser photogrammetric method for in situ length measurement of benthic fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 37:16-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02755947.2016.1235632
  • McNeil, D.J., K.R. Aldinger, M.H. Bakermans, J.A. Lehman, A.C. Tisdale, J.A. Jones, P.B. Wood, D.A. Buehler, C.G. Smalling, L. Siefferman, and J.L. Larkin. 2017. An Evaluation and Comparison of Conservation Guidelines for an At-risk Migratory Songbird. Global Ecology and Conservation 9:90-103.
  • Loughman, Z.J., S.A. Welsh, N.M. Sadecky, Z.W. Dillard, and R.K. Scott. 2016. Environmental covariates associated with Cambarus veteranus Faxon, 1914 (Decapoda: Cambaridae), an imperiled Appalachian crayfish endemic to West Virginia, USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology 36:642-648. https://doi.org/10.1163/1937240X-00002456
  • M.W. Frantz, K.R. Aldinger, P.B. Wood, J. Duchamp, T. Nuttle, A. Vitz, and J. Larkin. 2016. Space and habitat use by breeding golden-winged warblers in the central Appalachian Mountains. Studies in Avian Biology 49:81-94.
  • Terhune, T.M., K.R. Aldinger, D.A. Buehler, D.J. Flaspohler, J.L. Larkin, J.P. Loegering, K.L. Percy, A.M. Roth, C.G. Smalling, and P.B. Wood. 2016. Golden-winged warbler nest-site habitat selection. Studies in Avian Biology 49:109-125.
  • Ruble, C.L., P.L. Rakes, J.R. Shute, and S.A. Welsh. 2016. Captive propagation, reproductive biology, and early life history of Etheostoma wapiti (Boulder Darter), E. vulneratum (Wounded Darter), and E. maculatum (Spotted Darter). Southeastern Naturalist 15:115-126. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.015.0109
  • Eyler, S.M., S.A. Welsh, D.R. Smith and M.M. Rockey. 2016. Downstream passage and impact of turbine shutdowns on survival of silver American eels at five hydroelectric dams on the Shenandoah River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145:964-976. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00028487.2016.1176954
  • Hahn, C.M., L.R. Iwanowicz, R.S. Cornman, P.M. Mazik and V.S. Blazer. 2016. Whole transcriptome sequencing for the development of transcript abundance biomarkers in non-model fish species. Journal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology: Part D, 20:27-40
  • Blazer, V.S., H.L. Walsh, R.P. Braham, C.M. Hahn, P.M. Mazik, and P. McIntyre. 2016. Tumors in white sucker from Lake Michigan tributaries: pathology and prevalence. Journal of Fish Diseases. doi:10.1111/jfd.12520.
  • Wood, P.B., M.W. Frantz, and D.A. Becker. 2016. Louisiana Waterthrush and Benthic Macroinvertebrate Response to Shale Gas Development. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7(2). Online at http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/092015-JFWM-084
  • Farwell, L.S., P.B. Wood, J. Sheehan, and G.A. George. 2016. Shale gas development effects on the songbird community in a central Appalachian forest. Biological Conservation 201:78-91.
  • Hilling, C. D., S. A. Welsh, and D. M. Smith. 2016. Age, growth and fall diet of channel catfish in Cheat Lake, West Virginia. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7:304-314. https://doi.org/10.3996/092015-JFWM-091
  • Welsh, S.A., J.L. Aldinger, M.A. Braham, and J.L. Zimmerman. 2016. Synergistic and singular effects of river discharge and lunar illumination on dam passage of upstream migrant yellow-phase American eels. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73:33-42. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsv052
  • Smith, J., S.A. Welsh, J.T. Anderson, and R. Fortney. 2015. Water quality trends in the Blackwater River watershed, West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 14(Special Issue 7):103-111. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.014.sp711
  • Cincotta, D.A., D.P. Wegmen, T.E. Oldham, S.A. Welsh, and L.B. Hedrick. 2015. Fishes of the Blackwater River drainage, Tucker County, West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 14(Special Issue 7):297-313. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.014.sp725
  • Loughman, Z.J., S.A. Welsh, J.W. Fetzner, and R.F. Thoma. 2015. Conservation of imperiled crayfish species - Cambarus veteranus (Decapoda: Reptantia: Cambaridae). Journal of Crustacean Biology 35:850-860. https://doi.org/10.1163/1937240X-00002383
  • Smith, B.W., A.N. Tri, C.A. Dobony, J.W. Edwards, and P.B. Wood. 2015. Behavior and nesting ecology of Appalachian ruffed grouse. Canadian Field Naturalist 129:245-253.
  • Welsh, S.A. and Z.J. Loughman. 2015. Upstream dispersal of an invasive crayfish aided by a fish passage facility. Management of Biological Invasions 6:287-294. https://doi.org/10.3391/mbi.2015.6.3.07
  • 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.
  • Aldinger, K.R. and P.B. Wood. 2015. Variables associated with detection probability, detection latency, and behavioral responses of Golden-winged Warblers (Vermivora chrysoptera). Condor 117:364-375
  • Mazik, P.M., R. P. Braham, C. M. Hahn, and V.S. Blazer. 2015. Assessment of general and reproductive health of fishes at selected sites in the Great Lakes Basin in 2012. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/CSS-112-2015, Washington, D.C.  | Download  | 
  • Welsh, S.A. and Z.J. Loughman. 2015. Upstream dam passage and use of an eel ladder by the common watersnake (Nerodia sipedon). Herpetological Review 46(2):176-179. DOI number not applicable
  • Wood, P.B. and F.K. Ammer. 2015. Grasshopper Sparrow Reproductive Success and Habitat Use on Reclaimed Surface Mines Varies by Age of Reclamation. Wildlife Society Bulletin doi: 10.1002/wsb.563
  • Aldinger, K.R., T.M. Terhune, P.B. Wood, D.A. Buehler, M.H. Bakermans, J.L. Confer, D.J. Flaspohler, J.L. Larkin, J.P. Loegering, K.L. Percy, A.M. Roth, and C.G. Smalling. 2015. Variables associated with nest survival of Golden-winged Warblers (Vermivora chrysoptera) among vegetation communities commonly used for nesting. Avian Conservation and Ecology 10(1): 6. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ACE-00748-100106
  • Boves, T.J., A.D. Rodewald, P.B. Wood, D.A. Buehler, J.L. Larkin, P.D. Keyser, and T.B. Wigley. 2015. Habitat quality from individual- and population-level perspectives and implications for management. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 39: 443–447. doi: 10.1002/wsb.528
  • Annins, A.W., J.T. Petty, T.L. King, M. Schilz and P.M Mazik. 2015. Genetic differentiation and complex metapopulation structure of an Appalachian brook trout populations. Conservation Genetics 16:15-29.  | Download  | 
  • Welsh, S.A. and Z.L. Loughman. 2015. Physical habitat and water quality correlates of crayfish distributions in a mined watershed. Hydrobiologia 745:85–96. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-014-2095-y
  • Becker, D.A., P.B. Wood, M.P. Strager, C. Mazzarella. 2015. Impacts of mountaintop mining on terrestrial ecosystem integrity: identifying landscape thresholds for avian species in the central Appalachians, United States. Landscape Ecology 30:339-356.
  • 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
  • Welsh, S.A. and J.L. Aldinger. 2014. A semi-automated method for monitoring dam passage of upstream migrant yellow-phase American Eels. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34:702–709. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02755947.2014.910580
  • Aldinger, K. and P.B. Wood. 2014. Reproductive success and habitat characteristics of Golden-winged Warblers in high-elevation pasturelands. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126(2):279-287.
  • Perkins, K.A. and P.B. Wood. 2014. Selection of forest canopy gaps by male cerulean warblers in West Virginia. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126(2):288-297.
  • Blazer, V.S., P.M. Mazik, L.R. Iwanowicz, R.P. Braham, C.M. Hahn, H.L. Walsh, and A.J. Sperry. 2014. Assessment of the fish tumor beneficial use impairment in brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) at selected Great lakes Areas of Concern. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 17p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141105. IP-056691 BAO approval 5/21/14.
  • J. Sheehan, P.B. Wood, D.A. Buehler, P.D. Keyser, J.L. Larkin, A.D. Rodewald, T.B. Wigley, T.J. Boves, G.A. George, M.H. Bakermans, T.A. Beachy, A. Evans, M.E. McDermott, F.L. Newell, K.A. Perkins, and M. White. 2014. Avian response to timber harvesting applied experimentally to manage cerulean warbler breeding populations. Forest Ecology and Management 321:5-18.
  • Welsh, S.A., D.A. Cincotta, and R.L. Raesly. 2014. First Record of the Bigeye Shiner (Notropis boops) from West Virginia. American Midland Naturalist 172:372–375. https://doi.org/10.1674/0003-0031-172.2.372
  • Blazer, V.S., P.M. Mazik, L.R. Iwanowicz, R. Braham, C. Hahn, H. Walsh and A. Sperry. 2014. Effects-based monitoring of wild fishes at sites in the Great Lakes Basin: Methods and Preliminary Results: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014-1027 p. 44, http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr/20141027  | Download  | 
  • Ekman, D.R., G.T. Ankley, V.S. Blazer, T.W. Collette, N. Garcia-Reyero, L.R. Iwanowicz, Z.G. Jorgenson, K.E. Lee, P.M. Mazik, D.H. Miller, E.J. Perkins, E.T. Smith, J.E. Tietge, and D.L. Villeneuve. 2013. Biological Effects-based Tools for Monitoring Impacted Surface Waters in the Great Lakes: A Multi-Agency Program in Support of the GLRI. Environmental Practice. Accepted for Publication.  | Abstract | 
  • Welsh, S.A., D.R. Jerry, D.W. Burrows. 2014. A New Species of Freshwater Eel-tailed Catfish of the Genus Tandanus (Teleostei: Plotosidae) from the Wet Tropics Region of Eastern Australia. Copeia 2014:136–142. https://doi.org/10.1643/CI-13-067
  • Ruble, C.L., P.L. Rakes, J.R. Shute, and S.A. Welsh. 2014. Captive propagation, reproductive biology, and early life history of the Diamond Darter (Crystallaria cincotta). American Midland Naturalist 172:107–118. https://doi.org/10.1674/0003-0031-172.1.107
  • Boves, T.J., D.A. Buehler, P.B. Wood, A.D. Rodewald, J.L. Larkin, P.D. Keyser, and T.B. Wigley. Multiple plumage ornaments convey information about age and within-age-class qualities of a canopy-dwelling songbird, the Cerulean Warbler. Auk 131:20-31.
  • Wood, P.B. and J.M. Williams. 2013. Terrestrial salamander abundance on reclaimed mountaintop removal mines. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37(4):815-823.
  • McDermott, M.E., M.B. Shumar, and P.B. Wood. 2013. Case study: prioritizing reforestation of minelands for cerulean warbler conservation. Journal of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation 2(2):80-98.
  • Wood, P. J. Larkin, J. Mizel, C. Zipper, and P. Angel. 2013. Reforestation to enhance Appalachian mined lands as habitat for terrestrial wildlife. Forest Reclamation Advisory No. 10. U.S. Office of Surface Mining, ARRI.
  • Petty, J.T., D. Thorne, B.M. Huntsman, and P.M. Mazik. In press. The temperature - productivity squeeze: constraints on Brook Trout growth along an Appalachian River Continuum. Hydrobiologia
  • Sheehan, K. and S. Welsh. 2013. Accuracy of stream habitat interpolations across spatial scales. Journal of Geographic Information System 5:602-612.
  • Welsh, S.A., D. A. Cincotta, and W.C. Starnes. 2013. First records of Nocomis biguttatus (Hornyhead Chub) from West Virginia discovered in museum voucher specimens. Northeastern Naturalist. Volume 20; DOI 10.1656/045.020.0412.
  • Loughman, Z.J., D. Foltz, and S.A. Welsh. 2013. Baited lines, an active nondestructive collection method for burrowing crayfish. Southeastern Naturalist 12:809-815.
  • Newell, F., J. Sheehan, P.B. Wood, A.D. Rodewald, et al. 2013. Comparison of point counts and territory mapping for detecting effects of forest management on songbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 84:270-286.
  • Loughman, Z.J., R. Fagundo, S.A. Welsh, E. Lau, and R.F. Thoma. 2013. Cambarus (C.) hatfieldi, a new species of crayfish (Decapoda:Cambaridae) from the Tug Fork River Basin of Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia, USA. Zootaxa.
  • Anderson J.T., A.K. Zadnik, P.B. Wood, and K. Bledsoe. 2013. Evaluation of habitat quality for selected wildlife species associated with back channels. Open Journal of Ecology 3:301-310.
  • Sheehan, K., M. Strager, and S. Welsh. 2013. Advantages of geographically weighted regression for modeling benthic substrate in two Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Streams. Environmental Modeling and Assessment. DOI 10.1007/s10666-012-9334-2
  • Welsh, S.A., D.M. Smith, and N.D. Taylor. 2013. Microhabitat use of the diamond darter. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. doi: 10.1111/eff.12062
  • Loughman, Z., D. Foltz, N. Garrison, and S. Welsh. 2013. Cambarus theepiensis sp. n., a new species of crayfish (Crustacea, Decapoda, Cambaridae) from the coalfields region of Eastern Kentucky and Southwestern West Virginia, USA. Zootaxa 3641:63-73.
  • Wood, P.B. and J.M. Williams. 2013. Impact of Valley Fills on Streamside Salamanders in Southern West Virginia. Journal of Herpetology 47:119-125.
  • Wickham, J., P.B. Wood, M.C. Nicholson, W. Jenkins, D. Druckenbrod, G.W. Suter, M.P. Strager, C. Mazzarella, W. Galloway, and J. Amos. 2013. The overlooked terrestrial impacts of mountaintop mining. BioScience 63:335-349.
  • Wood, P.B., J. Sheehan, P. Keyser, D. Buehler, J. Larkin, A. Rodewald, S. Stoleson, T.B., Wigley, J. Mizel, T. Boves, G. George, M. Bakermans, T. Beachy, A. Evans, M. McDermott, F. Newell, K. Perkins, and M. White. 2013. Management guidelines for enhancing Cerulean Warbler breeding habitat in Appalachian hardwood forests. American Bird Conservancy. The Plains, Virginia. 28 pp.
  • Hedrick, L., J. Anderson, S. Welsh, and L-S. Lin. 2013. Sedimentation in mountain streams: a review of methods of measurement. Natural Resources 4:92-104.
  • Boves T.J., D.A. Buehler, J. Sheehan, P.B. Wood, A.D. Rodewald, J.L. Larkin, P.D. Keyser, F.L. Newell, G.A. George, M.H. Bakermans, A. Evans, T.A. Beachy, M.E. McDermott, K.A. Perkins, M. White, and T.B. Wigley. 2013. Emulating natural disturbances for declining late-successional species: a case study of the consequences for Cerulean Warblers (Setophaga cerulea). PLoS ONE e52107.
  • Boves T.J., D.A. Buehler, J. Sheehan, P.B. Wood, A.D. Rodewald, J.L. Larkin, P.D. Keyser, F. L. Newell, A. Evans, G.A. George and T. B. Wigley. 2013. Spatial variation in breeding habitat selection by Cerulean Warblers (Setophaga cerulea) throughout the Appalachian Mountains. Auk 130(1): 46-59.
  • Zimmerman, J. and S. Welsh. 2012. Prevalence of Anguillicoloides crassus and growth variation in migrant yellow-phase American eels of the upper Potomac River drainage. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 101:131-137.
  • Welsh, S. and H. Liller. 2013. Environmental correlates of upstream migration of yellow-phase American eels in the Potomac River drainage. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:483-491.
  • Petty, T. J., J.L. Hansbarger, B.M Huntsman and P.M. Mazik. 2012. Differential movement by brook trout and brown trout along a stream size continuum in a central Appalachian watershed. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141:4 Pages 1060-1073.  | Abstract | 
  • Wood, P.B. and K.A. Perkins. 2012. Behavioral activities of male cerulean warblers in relation to habitat characteristics. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124(3):497-505.
  • Hafs, A.W., P.M. Mazik, P.B. Kenney and J. Silverstein. 2012. Impact of carbon dioxide level, water velocity, and feeding regimen on growth and fillet attributes of cultured rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquaculture. 350-353:pages 46-53.  | Abstract | 
  • Smith, D.M., S.A. Welsh, and P.J. Turk. 2012. Available benthic habitat type may influence predation risk in larval lampreys. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 21:160–163.
  • Selego, S.M., C.L. Rose, G.T. Merovich, S.A Welsh, and J.T. Anderson. 2012. Community-level response of fishes and aquatic macroinvertebrates to stream restoration in a third-order tributary of the Potomac River, USA. International Journal of Ecology, DOI 10.1155/2012/753634.
  • Loughman, Z.J., S.A. Welsh, and T.P. Simon. 2012. Occupancy rates of primary burrowing crayfish in natural and disturbed large river bottomlands. Journal of Crustacean Biology 32:557–564.
  • Becker, D.A., P.B. Wood, and P.D. Keyser. 2012. Canada Warbler use of harvested stands following timber management in the southern portion of their range. Forest Ecology and Management 276:1–9.
  • Dellinger, R., P.B. Wood, P.W. Jones, and T.M. Donovan. 2012. Hermit Thrush (Catharus guttatus), updated. The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Birds of North America Online.
  • Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, E.R. Britzke, D.A. Buehler, P.D. Keyser, J.L. Larkin, A.D. Rodewald, T.B. Wigley, P.B. Wood, and L.K. Rieske. 2012. Forest structure affects trophic linkages: how silviculture disturbance impacts bats and their insect prey. Forest Ecology and Management 267:262-270.
  • McElhone, P.M., P.B. Wood, and D.K. Dawson. 2011. Effects of stop-level habitat change on cerulean warbler detections along breeding bird survey routes in the central Appalachians. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123(4):699-708.
  • Blazer, V.S. L.R. Iwanowicz, H. Henderson, P.M. Mazik, J.A. Jenkins, D.A. Alvarez and J. A. Young. 2011. Reproductive endocrine disruption in smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in the Potomac River basin: spatial and temporal comparisons of biological effects. Environmental Monitoring Assessment: 10.1007/s10661-011-2266-5.  | Abstract | 
  • Hafs, A.W., C.D. Horn, P.M. Mazik and K.J. Hartman. 2010. Influences of Acid Mine Drainage and Thermal Enrichment on Stream Fish Reproduction and Larval Survival. Northeastern Naturalist. 17:575-592.  | Abstract | 
  • Smith, D.M., S.A. Welsh, and P.J. Turk. 2011. Selection and preference of benthic habitat by small and large ammocoetes of the least brook lamprey (Lampetra aepyptera). Environmental Biology of Fishes 91:421-428.
  • Loughman, Z.J., T.P. Simon, and S.A. Welsh. 2011. Cambarus (Puncticambarus) smilax, a new species of crayfish (Crustacea; Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the Greenbrier River basin of West Virginia. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 124:99-111.
  • Becker, D.A., P.B. Wood, P.D. Keyser, T.B. Wigley, R. Dellinger, and C.A. Weakland. 2011. Threshold responses of songbirds to long-term timber management on an active industrial forest. Journal of Forest Ecology and Management 262:449–460.
  • McDermott, M.E. and P.B. Wood. 2011. Post-breeding bird responses to canopy tree retention, stand size, and edge in regenerating Appalachian hardwood stands. Forest Ecology and Management 262:547-554.
  • McDermott, M.E., P.B. Wood, G.W. Miller, and B.T.Simpson. 2010. Predicting breeding bird occurrence by stand- and microhabitat-scale features in even-aged stands in the Central Appalachians. Forest Ecology and Management 261:373-380.
  • Fajvan, M.A. and P. B. Wood. 2010. Maintenance of eastern hemlock forests: factors associated with hemlock vulnerability. Pp 31-38 in Rentch, J. S. and T.M. Schuler, eds. 2010. Proceedings from the conference on ecology and management of high-elevation forests in the central and southern Appalachian Mountains. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report NRS-P-64. 250 p.
  • McDermott, M.E. and P.B. Wood. 2010. Influence of cover and food resource variation on post-breeding bird habitat use, molt, and body condition in even-aged stands. Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 122:545-555.
  • Loughman, Z.J., and S.A. Welsh. 2010. Distribution and conservation standing of West Virginia crayfishes. Southeastern Naturalist 9(Special Issue 3):63-78.
  • Loughman, Z.J., T.P. Simon, and S.A. Welsh. 2010. Forward: conservation, biology, and natural history of crayfishes from the southern United States. Southeastern Naturalist 9(Special Issue 3):1-10.
  • Welsh, S.A., Z.J. Loughman, and T.P. Simon. 2010. Concluding remarks: A symposium on the conservation, biology, and natural history of crayfishes form the southern United States. Southeastern Naturalist 9(Special Issue 3):267-269.
  • Hartman, K.J., C.D. Horn and P.M. Mazik 2010. Influence of multiple anthropogenic stressors on Mortality of the Crayfish Cambarus bartonii in an Appalachian River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:19-30.  | Abstract | 
  • Cincotta, D.A., and S.A. Welsh. 2010. Discovery of Ammocrypta clara (western sand darter) in the upper Ohio River of West Virginia. American Midland Naturalist 163:318-325.
  • Hedrick, L.B., S.A. Welsh, J.T. Anderson, L. Lin, Y. Chen, and X. Wei. 2010. Response of benthic macroinvertebrate communities to highway construction in an Appalachian watershed. Hydrobiologia 641:115-131.
  • Mynsberge, A.R., M.P. Strager, J.M. Strager and P.M. Mazik. 2009. Developing predictive models for freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Unionidae) in the Appalachians: Limitations and directions for future research. Ecoscience 16:387-398  | Abstract | 
  • Zadnik, A., J. Anderson, P. Wood, K. Bledsoe. Importance of island back channels to wildlife on the Ohio River.  | Publisher Website | 
  • Hammond, S.D. and S.A. Welsh. 2009. Seasonal movements of large yellow American eels downstream of a hydroelectric dam, Shenandoah River, West Virginia. Pages 309-323 in J.M. Casselman and D.K. Cairns, editors. Eels at the edge: science, status, and conservation concerns. American Fisheries Society Symposium 58, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Davidson, J., J. Bebak and P. M. Mazik. 2008. The Effects of Aquaculture Production Noise on the Growth, Condition Factor, Feed Conversion, and Survival of Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Aquaculture submitted
  • Morrison, J.L. and P.B. Wood. 2009. Broadening our approaches to studying dispersal in raptors. Journal of Raptor Research 43:81-89.
  • Steketee, A.K., P.B. Wood, and I.D. Gregg. 2009. Woodcock population status and habitat characteristics in Canaan Valley and vicinity. In Canaan Valley: a Heritage Landscape Celebration and its Environs. http://www.canaanvi.org/canaanvi_web/uploadedFiles/Events/Past_Events/6_steketee_paper.pdf
  • Wood, P. B. 2009. Recovery distances of nestling bald eagles banded in Florida and implications for natal dispersal and philopatry. Journal of Raptor Research 43:127-133.
  • Hansbarger, J., J. T. Petty and P. M. Mazik. 2009. Brook trout movement within a high elevation watershed. Proceeding of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 62:142-148.
  • Zadnik, A.K., J.T. Anderson, P.B. Wood, and K. Bledsoe. 2009. Wildlife use of back channels associated with islands on the Ohio River, West Virginia. Wetlands 29:543-551.
  • Chen, Y., X. Wei, L. Lin, R. Viadera, L.B. Hedrick, S.A. Welsh, J.T. Anderson. 2009. Effects of highway construction on stream water quality and macroinvertebrate condition in a Mid-Atlantic highlands watershed, USA. Journal of Environmental Quality 38:1672-1682.
  • Cincotta, D.A., D.P. Wegmen, T.E. Oldham, S.A. Welsh, and L.B. Hedrick. 2009. Fishes of the Blackwater River drainage, Tucker County, West Virginia. In Canaan Valley and its Environs: A Landscape Heritage Celebration. Canaan Valley Institute, Davis, West Virginia. http://www.canaanvi.org/canaanvi_web/events_ed.aspx?collection=past%20events&id=826
  • Sheehan, K., and S. A. Welsh. 2009. An interpolation method for stream habitat assessments. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1-9.
  • Smith, J., S.A. Welsh, J.T. Anderson, and R. Fortney. 2009. Water quality trends (1980-1993) in the Blackwater River watershed, West Virginia. In Canaan Valley and its Environs: A Landscape Heritage Celebration. Canaan Valley Institute, Davis, West Virginia. http://www.canaanvi.org/canaanvi_web/events_ed.aspx?collection=past%20events&id=826
  • Manjerovic, M.B., P.B. Wood., and J.W. Edwards. 2009. Mast and weather influences on population trends of a species of concern: the Allegheny woodrat. American Midland Naturalist 162:52-61.
  • Hedrick, L., S. Welsh, and J. Anderson. 2009. Influences of high flow events on a stream channel altered by construction of a highway bridge – a case study. Northeastern Naturalist 16:375-394.
  • Loughman, Z. J., Simon, T. P., and S. A. Welsh. 2009. West Virginia crayfishes (Decapoda:Cambaridae): Observations on distribution, natural history, and conservation. Northeastern Naturalist 16:225-238.
  • Welsh, S. A., R. M. Wood, K. R. Sheehan. 2009. Threatened fishes of the world: Crystallaria cincotta Welsh and Wood 2008 (Percidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 84:191-192.
  • McDermott, M. E., and P. B. Wood. 2009. Short- and long-term implications of clearcut and two-age silviculture for conservation of breeding forest birds in the central Applachians, USA. Biological Conservation 142:212-220.
  • Mitchell, M. S., M. J. Reynolds-Hogland, M. L. Smith, P. B. Wood, and others. 2008. Projected long-term response of Southeastern birds to forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 256:1884-1896.
  • Zimmerman, J. L., and S. A. Welsh. 2008. Pit tag retention in small (205-370 mm) American eels, Anguilla rostrata. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Sciences 79(2):1-8.
  • Wood, P. B, J. Perez, and J. M. Wood. 2008. Hemlock ecosystem monitoring in southern West Virginia. Pages 270-278 in Proceedings of the 4th Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. Hartford, CT. USDA Forest Service Publication FHTET-2008-1.
  • Wood, P. B. 2008. Woodrat population dynamics and movement patterns. Chapter 3, Pages 45-62 in The Allegheny Woodrat: Ecology, Conservation, and Management of a Declining Species, J. Peles and J. Wright, eds. Springer.
  • Ammer, F. K., P. B. Wood, and R. J. McPherson. 2008. Gender identification of Grasshopper Sparrows comparing behavioral, morphological, and molecular techniques. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:221-225.
  • Switzer, J. F., S. A. Welsh, T. King. 2008. Microsatellite DNA primers for the candy darter, Etheostoma osburni and variegate darter, Etheostoma variatum, and cross-species amplification in other darters (Percidae). Molecular Ecology Resources 8:335-338. (doi: 10. 1111/j. 1471-8286. 2007. 01946. x)
  • Welsh, S. A., and R. M. Wood. 2008. Crystallaria cincotta, a new species of darter (Teleostei: Percidae) from the Elk River of the Ohio River drainage, West Virginia. Zootaxa 1680:62-68.
  • Hedrick, L. B., S. A. Welsh, and J. T. Anderson. 2007. Evaluation of a new sediment sampling device. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 61:35-39.
  • Dellinger, R. L., P. B. Wood, and P. D. Keyser. 2007. Habitat partitioning of four sympatric thrush species at three spatial scales on a managed forest in West Virginia. Auk 124:1425-1438.
  • Osier, E. A., and S. A. Welsh. 2007. Habitat Use of the Spotted Darter, Etheostoma maculatum, in Elk River, West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 14:447-460.
  • Clingerman, J., J. Bebak, P. Mazik, and S. T. Summerfelt. 2007. Use of avoidance response of rainbow trout to carbon dioxide for fish self-transfer between tanks. Aquaculture Engineering 37:234-251.
  • Davidson, J., A. Frankel, W. Ellison, S. Summerfelt, A. N. Popper, P. Mazik, and J. Bebak. 2007. Minimizing noise in fiberglass aquaculture tanks: noise reduction potential of various retrofits. Aquaculture Engineering 27:125-131.
  • Wysocki, L. E., J. Davidson, M. Smith, A. Frankel, W. Ellison, P. M. Mazik, A. N. Popper and J. Bebak. In Press. Effects of aquaculture production noise on hearing, growth and disease resistance of rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss. Aquaculture Engineering
  • Hedrick, L.B., S.A. Welsh, and J.T. Anderson. 2007. Effects of highway construction on sediment and benthic macroinvertebrates in two tributaries of the Lost River, West Virginia. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22:561-569.
  • Dellinger, R. L., P. B. Wood, and P. D. Keyser. 2007. Occurrence and nest survival of four thrush species on a managed central Appalachian forest. Forest Ecology and Management 243(2007):248-258.
  • McClurg, S., J. T. Petty, P. M. Mazik, J. Clayton. 2007. Stream ecosystem response to limestone treatment in acid impacted watersheds of the Allegheny Plateau. Ecological Applications 17:1087-1104.
  • Johnson, J. B., P. B. Wood, and J. W. Edwards. 2006. Are external mine entrance characteristics related to bat use? Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:1368-1375.
  • Welsh, S. A., D. R. Smith, R. W. Laney, and R. C. Tipton. 2007. Tag-based estimates of annual fishing mortality of a mixed coastal stock of Atlantic striped bass. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:34-42.
  • Mitchell, M. S., T. B. Wigley, C. Loehle, S. Rutzmoser, J. A. Gerwin, P. D. Keyser, R. A. Lancia, C. J. Reynolds, R. E. Thill, R. Weih, D. White, and P. B. Wood. 2006. Relationships between avian richness and forest structure at multiple scales using multiple landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management 221:155-159. [note: order of authorship was alphabetical after 1st 4 authors]
  • Wood, P. B., S. Bosworth, and R. Dettmers. 2006. Cerulean warbler abundance and occurrence relative to large-scale edge and habitat characteristics. Condor 108:154-165.
  • Wood, P. B., J. P. Duguay, and J. V. Nichols. 2005. Cerulean warbler use of regenerated clearcut and two-age harvests. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:851-858.
  • Hornsby, B. S., A. M. Ruiz, S. B. Castleberry, N. L. Castleberry, W. M. Ford, and P. B. Wood. 2005. Fall movements of Allegheny woodrats in harvested and intact stands in West Virginia. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 22(4):281-284.
  • Loehle, C., T. B. Wigley, S. Rutzmoser, J. A. Gerwin, P. D. Keyser, R. A. Lancia, C. J. Reynolds, R. E. Thill, R. Weih, D. White, and P. B. Wood. 2005. Managed forest landscape structure and avian species richness in the southeastern US. Forest Ecology and Management 214:279-293. [note: order of authorship was alphabetical after 1st 3 authors]
  • Danley, M. L., P. B. Kenney, P. M. Mazik, R. Kiser and J. A. Hankins. 2005. Effects of carbon dioxide stress on intensively cultured rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss: physiological responses, growth, and fillet attributes. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 36:249-261
  • Johnson, J. B., J. W. Edwards, and P. B. Wood. 2005. Virginia big-eared bats (Corynorhinus townsendii virginianus) roosting in abandoned coal mines in West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 12:233-240.
  • Jittinandana S., P. B. Kenney, P. M. Mazik, M. Danley, C. D. Nelson, R. A. Kiser, and J. A. Hankins. 2005. Transport treatment and stunning method affect quality of arctic char fillets. Journal of Muscle Foods 16:274-288.
  • Petty, J. T., P. J. Lamothe, and P. M. Mazik. 2005. Spatial and seasonal dynamics of brook trout populations inhabiting a central Appalachian watershed. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:572-587.
  • Weakland, C. A. ., and P. B. Wood. 2005. Cerulean warbler (Dendroica cerulea) microhabitat and landscape-level habitat characteristics in southern West Virginia. Auk 122:497-508.
  • Nickum, M. J., P. M. Mazik, J. D. Nickum and D. MacKinlay, editors. 2004. Propagated Fish in Resource Management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 44, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. 644 Pages.
  • Hedrick, L. B., S. A. Welsh, and J. D. Hedrick. 2005. A New Sampler Design for Measuring Sedimentation in Streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:238-244.
  • Welsh, S. A., and D. A. Cincotta. 2004. Natural hybrids of the madtoms Noturus flavus and Noturus insignis from the Monongahela River drainage, West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 11:399-406.
  • Owen, S. F., M. A. Menzel, J. W. Edwards, W. M. Ford, J. M. Menzel, B. R. Chapman, P. B. Wood, and K. V. Miller. 2004. Bat activity in harvested and intact forest stands in the Allegheny Mountains. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 21(3):154-159.
  • Owen, S. F., J. W. Edwards, W. M. Ford, J. M. Crum, and P. B. Wood. 2004. Raccoon roundworm in raccoons in Central West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 11:137-142.
  • Chamblin, H. D., P. B. Wood, and J. W. Edwards. 2004. Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) use of rock drainage channels on reclaimed mines in southern West Virginia. Amererican Midland Natururalist 151:346-354.
  • Williams, J. M., and P. B. Wood. 2004. Streamside salamanders in valley fill and reference streams in southern West Virginia. Pp. 2027-2041 In 2004 Proceedings of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation
  • Millard, M., S. Welsh, J. Fletcher, J. Mohler, A. Kahnle, K. Hattala. 2003. Mortality associated with catch and release of striped bass in the Hudson River. Fisheries Management and Ecology.
  • Welsh, S. A., A. W. Kahnle, B. A. Versak, and R. J. Latour. 2003. Use of tag data to compare growth rates of Atlantic coast striped bass stocks. Fisheries Management and Ecology.
  • Owen, S. F., M. A. Menzel, W. M. Ford, B. R. Chapman, K. V. Miller, J. W. Edwards, and P. B. Wood. 2003. Home-range size and habitat used by the northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis). American Midland Naturalist 150(2):352-359.
  • Balcerzak, M. J., and P. B. Wood. 2003. Red-shouldered hawk abundance and habitat in a reclaimed mine landscape. Journal of Raptor Research 37(3):188-197.
  • Gregg, I. D., P. B. Wood, and A. K. Steketee. 2003. Comparison of reclaimed and unmined woodcock diurnal habitat in West Virginia. 2001 Proc. Annu. Conf. SEAFAW. Pp. 488-497.
  • Churchill, J. B., P. B. Wood, and D. F. Brinker. 2002. Winter home range and habitat use of female northern saw-whet owls at Assateague Island, Maryland. Wilson Bulletin 114(3):309-313.
  • Castleberry, S. B., N. L. Castleberry, P. B. Wood, W. M. Ford, and M. T. Mengak. 2003. Fleas (Siphonaptera) of the Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) in West Virginia with comments on host specificity. American Midland Naturalist 149(1):233-236.
  • Castleberry, S. B., T. L. King, P. B. Wood, and W. M. Ford. 2002. Microsatellite DNA analysis of population structure in Allegheny woodrats (Neotoma magister). Journal of Mammalogy 83(4):1058-1070.
  • Williams, G. E., and P. B. Wood. 2002. Are traditional methods of determining nest predators and nest fates reliable? An experiment with Wood Thrushes using miniature video cameras. Auk 119(4):1126-1132.
  • Wood, P. B., F. K. Ammer, and H. D. Chamblin. 2002. White-tailed kite sighted in southern West Virginia. Redstart, April 2002
  • Jittinandana, S., P. B. Kenney, S. D. Slider, P. Mazik, J. Bebak-Williams, and J. A. Hankins. 2003. Effect of handling stress on quality of smoked Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) fillets. Journal of Food Science 68:58-63.
  • Ammer, F. K., and P. B. Wood. 2002. Probable breeding of short-eared owls in southern West Virginia. Journal of Raptor Research 36(3):237-238.
  • Mazik, P. M., N. C. Parker, and B. A. Simco. 2001. Relation of environmental calcium and pH to the stress response of striped bass. Proceeding of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 55:208-217.
  • Petty, J. T., J. Freund, P. Lamothe, and P. M. Mazik. 2001. Quantifying instream habitat in the upper shavers fork basin at multiple spatial scales. Proceeding of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 55:81-94
  • Mazik, P. M., B. A. Simco, and N. C. Parker. 2002. Influence of water hardness, salts and MS-222 on survival of Phase I striped bass during and after transport. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 56:75-78.
  • Welsh, S. A., J. T. Anderson, and D. A. Cincotta. 2002. Fish occurrence on the Camp Dawson Collective Training Area, Kingwood, West Virginia. Proceedings of the West Virginia Academy of Natural Sciences 74:87-89
  • Welsh, S. A., S. M. Eyler, M. F. Mangold, and A. J. Spells. 2002. Capture locations and growth rates of Atlantic sturgeon in the Chesapeake Bay. Pages 183-194 in W. Van Winkle, P. J. Anders, D. H. Secor, and D. A. Dixon, editors. Biology, management, and protection of North American sturgeon. American Fisheries Society Symposium 28, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Welsh, S. A., M. F. Mangold, J. E. Skjeveland and A. J. Spells. 2002. Distribution and movement of shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) in the Chesapeake Bay. Estuaries 25:101-104.
  • Castleberry, N. L., S. B. Castleberry, W. M. Ford, P. B. Wood, and M. T. Mengak. 2002. Allegheny woodrat food habitats in the Central Appalachians. American Midland Naturalist 147(1):80-92.
  • Castleberry, S. B. ., P. B. Wood, W. M. Ford, N. L. Castleberry, and M. T. Mengak. 2002. Summer microhabitat selection by foraging Allegheny woodrats (Neotoma magister) in a managed forest. American Midland Naturalist 147(1):93-101.
  • Duguay, J. P., and P. B. Wood. 2002. Salamander abundance in regenerating forest stands on the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. Forest Science. 48(2):331-335.
  • Menzel, M. A., S. F. Owen, W. M. Ford, J. W. Edwards, P. B. Wood, B. R. Chapman, and K. V. Miller. 2001. Roost tree selection by northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies in an industrial forest of the central Appalachian Mountains. Forest Ecology and Management 155(2002):107-114.
  • Weakland, C. A., P. B. Wood, and W. M. Ford. 2002. Responses of songbirds to diameter-limit cutting in the central Appalachians of West Virginia. Forest Ecology and Management 155(2002):115-129.
  • Kinziger, A. P., R. M. Wood, and S. A. Welsh. 2001. Systematics of Etheostoma tippecanoe and Etheostoma denoncourti (Perciformes: Percidae). Copeia 2001:235-239.
  • Duguay, J. P., P. B. Wood, and J. V. Nichols. 2001. Songbird abundance and avian nest survival rates in forests fragmented by different silvicultural treatments. Conservation Biology. 15(5): 1405-1415.
  • Mazik, P. M., and N. C. Parker. 2001. Semi-intensive culture systems in G. Wedemeyer, editor. Fish Hatchery Management, 2nd Edition. Pages 241-284. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Mazik, P. M., B. A. Simco and N. C. Parker. 2000. Influence of sodium and calcium chloride on the stress response and survival of striped bass during and after transport from a hard and soft water hatchery. Proceeding of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 54:118-127
  • Welsh, S. A., M. F. Mangold and S. M. Eyler. 2001. Movements of shortnose sturgeon in the upper Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 55:298-303. .
  • Owen, S. F., M. A. Menzel, W. M. Ford, B. R. Chapman, K. V. Miller, J. W. Edwards, and P. B. Wood. 2001. First summer record of a female Indiana bat, Myotis sodalis, in West Virginia. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 117(2):132-134.
  • Castleberry, S. B., W. M. Ford, P. B. Wood, N. L. Castleberry and M. T. Mengak. 2001. Movements of Allegheny woodrats in relation to timber harveting. Journal of Wildlife Management 65(1):148-156.
  • Wood, P. B., J. B. Churchill, and T. McClellan. 1999. Breeding bird use of crop tree release harvests, Cooper's Rock State Forest, West Virginia. Proceedings of the West Viriginia Academy of Sciences. 71:48-55.
  • Gregg, I. D., P. B. Wood and D. E. Samuels. 2000. American Woodcock use of reclaimed surface mines in West Virginia. Pages 9-22 in D. G. McAuley, J. G. Bruggink and G. F. Sepik, eds. Proceedings of the Ninth American Woodcock Symposium. USGS Biological Resources Division Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2000-0009. 117pp.
  • Steketee, A. K., P. B. Wood, J. G. Bruggink, D. E. Samuel and J. I. Cromer. 2000. Land-use/land-cover changes along woodcock singing ground survey routes in West Virginia. Pages 107-116 in D. G. McAuley, J. G. Bruggink and G. F. Sepik, eds. Proceedings of the Ninth American Woodcock Symposium. USGS Biological Resources Divsion Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2000-0009. 117pp.
  • Duguay, J. P, P. B. Wood and G. W. Miller. 2000. Effects of timber harvests on invertebrate biomass and avian nest success. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(4): 1-9.
  • Castleberry, S. B., T. L. King, P. B. Wood, and W. M. Ford. 2000. Microsatellite DNA markers for the study of Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) populations and cross-species amplification in the genus Neotoma. Molecular Ecology 9:824-826.
  • Tiersch, T. R., and P. M. Mazik. 2000. Cryopreservation in Aquatic Species. T. R. Tiersch and P. M. Mazik, editors. World Aquaculture Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 439 Pages.
  • Churchill, J. B., P. B. Wood, and D. F. Brinker. 2000. Diurnal roost site characteristics of northern saw-whet owls wintering at Assateague Island, Maryland. Wilson Bulletin 112(3):333-337.
  • Strager, J. M., C. B. Yuill, and P. B. Wood. 2000. Landscape-based riparian habitat modeling for amphibians and reptiles using ARC/INFO GRID and ArcView GIS. 2000 ESRI International Conference Proceedings, San Diego CA, June 26-30, 2000. (electronic publication) http//www. esri. com/library/userconf/proc00/professional/papers/PAP575/p575. htm
  • Franzreb, K. E., D. M. Finch, P. B. Wood, and D. E. Capen. 1999. Management strategies for the conservation of forest birds. in Bonney, R., D. N. Pashley, R. Cooper, and L. Niles, eds. Strategies for Bird Conservation: The Partners in Flight Planning Process. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. <http://birds. cornell. edu/pifcapemay>
  • Welsh, S. A., and S. A. Perry. 1999. Spatial scale and its influence on estimates of substrate use in stream fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:954-959.
  • Wood, P. B. 1999. Bald eagle response to boating activity in northcentral Florida. J. Raptor Res. 33(2):97-101.
  • Huffman, R. D., M. A. Fajvan, and P. B. Wood. 1999. Effects of residual overstory on aspen development in Minnesota. Can. J. For. Res. 29:1-6.
  • Hochachka, W. M., T. E. Martin, V. Artman, C. R. Smith, S. J. Hejl, D. E. Andersen, D. Curson, L. Petit, N. Mathews, T. Donovan, E. E. Klaas, P. B. Wood, J. C. Manolis, K. P. McFarland, J. V. Nichols, J. C. Bednarz, D. M. Evans, J. P. Duguay, S. Garner, J. Tewksbury, K. L. Purcell, J. Faaborg, C. B. Goguen, C. Rimmer, R. Dettmers, M. Knutson, J. A. Collazo, L. Garner, D. Whitehead, and G. Geupel. 1999. Scale dependence in the effects of forest coverage on parasitization by brown-headed cowbirds. Studies in Avian Biology 18:80-88.
  • Welsh, S. A., and S. A. Perry. 1998. Habitat partitioning in a community of darters in the Elk River, West Virginia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 51:411-419.
  • Wood, P. B., M. W. Collopy, and C. M. Sekerak. 1998. Postfledging nest dependence period for bald eagles in Florida. J. Wildl. Manage. 62(1):333-339.
  • Welsh, S. A., and S. A. Perry. 1997. Acidification and fish occurrence in the upper Cheat River drainage, West Virginia. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 33:423-429.
  • Wood, P. B., C. Viverette, L. Goodrich, M. Pokras, and C. Tibbott. 1996. Environmental contaminant levels in sharp-shinned hawks from the Eastern United States. J. Raptor Res. 30(3):136-144.
  • Wood, P. B., J. White, A. Steffer, J . M. Wood, C. Facemire, and H. F. Percival. 1996. Mercury concentrations in tissues of Florida bald eagles. J. Wildl. Manage. 60:178-185.
  • Miller, G. W., P. B. Wood, and J. V. Nichols. 1995. Two-aged silviculture--an innovative tool for enhancing species diversity and vertical structure in Appalachian hardwoods. Pp. 175-182 in L. G. Eskew, ed., Proc. 1995 National Silviculture Workshop, Mescalero, NM. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rpt. RM-GTR-267.
  • Fuller, M. R., C. J. Henny, and P. B. Wood. 1995. Raptors. Pp. 65-69 in E. T. LaRoe et. al (eds). Our Living Resources. USDI, Nat. Biol. Service, Washington DC. 530 pp.
  • Murphy, B. R., and F. J. Margraf. 1995. Chapter 9--Academic Positions in Fisheries Science. In T. D. Hill and R. M. Neuman (editors). An AFS Guide to Fisheries Employment. American Fisheries Society, Education Section, Bethesda, Maryland. pp. 81-88.
  • Perry, W. B., W. J. Janowsky, and F. J. Margraf. 1995. A bioenergetics simulation of the potential effects of angler harvest on growth of largemouth bass in a catch-and-release reservoir fishery. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 15:705-712.
  • Parrish, D. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1994. Spatial and temporal patterns of food use by white perch and yellow perch in Lake Erie. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 9:29-35.
  • Wood, P. B., S. A. Nesbitt, and A. Steffer. 1993. Bald eagles prey on sandhill cranes in Florida. J. Raptor Res. 27(3):164-165
  • Wood, P. B., and M. W. Collopy. 1993. Effects of egg removal on Bald Eagle productivity in northern Florida. J. Wildl. Manage. 57:1-9.
  • Parrish, D. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1993. Growth responses of age 0 white perch and yellow perch from field-enclosure experiments. Hydrobiologia 254:119-123.
  • Hartman, K. J., and F. J. Margraf. 1993. Evidence of predatory control of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) recruitment in Lake Erie, U. S. A. Journal of Fish Biology 43:109-119.
  • Margraf, F. J., and L. M. Riley. 1993. Evaluation of scale shape for identifying spawning stocks of coastal Atlantic striped bass (Morone saxatilis). Fisheries Research 18:163-172.
  • Hartman, K. J., and F. J. Margraf. 1992. Effects of prey and predator abundances on prey consumption and growth of walleyes in western Lake Erie. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 121:245-260.
  • Hayward, R. S., F. J. Margraf, D. L. Parrish, and B. Vondracek. 1991. Low-cost field estimation of yellow perch daily ration. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 120:589-604.
  • Parrish, D. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1991. Prey selectivity of age-0 white perch (Morone americana) and yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in laboratory experiments. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48:607-610.
  • Wood, P. B., D. A. Buehler, and M. A. Byrd. 1990. Raptor status reports: Bald Eagle. Pp. 13-21 in Proc. Southeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop. Nat. Wildl. Fed., Washington, DC. 245 pp.
  • Chilton, E. W., and F. J. Margraf. 1990. Effects of fish predation on invertebrates associated with a macrophyte in Lake Onalaska, Wisconsin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 5:289-296.
  • Parrish, D. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1990. Gastric evacuation rates of white perch (Morone americana) determined from laboratory and field data. Environmental Biology of Fishes 29:155-158.
  • Parrish, D. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1990. Interactions between white perch (Morone americana) and yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in Lake Erie as determined from feeding and growth. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47:1779-1787.
  • Wood, P. B., T. C. Edwards, Jr., and M. W. Collopy. 1989. Characteristics of Bald Eagle nesting habitat in Florida. J. Wildl. Manage. 53(2):441-449.
  • Hayward, R. S., F. J. Margraf, C. T. Knight, and D. J. Glomski. 1989. Gear bias in field estimating the amount of food consumed by fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 46:874-876.
  • Bohall-Wood, P., and M. W. Collopy. 1987. Foraging behavior of Southeastern American Kestrels in relation to habitat use. Pp. 58-65 in The Ancestral Kestrel. (D. M. Bird and R. Bowman, Eds. ) Raptor Research Report No. 6. 178 pp.
  • Bohall-Wood, P. 1987. Abundance, habitat use, and perch use of Loggerhead Shrikes in north-central Florida. Wilson Bull. 99(1):82-86.
  • Hayward, R. S., and F. J. Margraf. 1987. Eutrophication effects on prey size and food available to yellow perch in Lake Erie. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 116:210-223.
  • Schaeffer, J. S., and F. J. Margraf. 1987. Predation on fish eggs by white perch, Morone americana, in western Lake Erie. Environmental Biology of Fishes 18:77-80.
  • Bohall-Wood, P., and M. W. Collopy. 1986. Abundance and habitat selection of two American Kestrel subspecies in north-central Florida. Auk 103(3):557-563.
  • Schaeffer, J. S., and F. J. Margraf. 1986. Food of white perch (Morone americana) and potential for competition with yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in Lake Erie. Ohio Journal of Science 86:26-29.
  • Schaeffer, J. S., and F. J. Margraf. 1986. Population characteristics of the invading white perch (Morone americana) in western Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 12:127-131.
  • Margraf, F. J., D. M. Chase, and K. Strawn. 1985. Intake screens for sampling fish populations: the size-selectivity problem. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 5:210-213.
  • Bohall, P. G., and M. W. Collopy. 1984. Seasonal abundance, habitat use, and perch sites of four raptor species in north-central Florida. J. Field Ornithol. 55(2):181-189.
  • Knight, R. L., F. J. Margraf, and R. L. Carline. 1984. Piscivory by walleyes and yellow perch in western Lake Erie. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 113:677-693.
  • Headrick, M. R., and F. J. Margraf. 1982. Comment on multivariate analysis as a means of comparing growth in fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 39:529-530.
  • Knight, R. L., and F. J. Margraf. 1982. Estimating stomach fullness in fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 2:413-414.
  • Margraf, F. J., and D. W. Plitt. 1982. The aquatic macrofauna and water quality of Cottonwood Creek, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Journal of Science 62:1-6.
  • Margraf, F. J. 1980. Analysis of variance of Gulf Coast shrimp data. Volume IX. In W. B. Jackson and G. M. Faw (editors). Biological/Chemical Survey of Texoma and Capline Sector Salt Dome Brine Disposal Sites off Louisiana 1978-1979. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SEFC-33.
  • Margraf, F. J. 1977. The growth rate of oysters held in the intake and discharge canals of an electric generating station and in natural waters. Proceedings of the World Mariculture Society 8:915-926.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 3

Masters Students: 3

Phd Students: 13

Post Docs: 1

University Staff: 1

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 15

Scientific Publications: 71

Presentations: 115

 

West Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  2. U.S. Geological Survey
  3. West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
  4. West Virginia University
  5. Wildlife Management Institute