Wildlife Publications



Conversion of land from rural to urban use usually represents direct and indirect changes in wildlife habitat. The CFS supports a wide array of research related to wildlife at the urban-rural interface including such issues as exotic species, human-animal interactions, wildlife physiology, and biodiversity.

A list of CFS supported publications related to wildlife is provided below.

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Author(s)YearTitleJournal/Book
Dorcas, M.E., J.D. Willson, R.N. Reed, R.W. Snow, M.R. Rochford, M.A. Miller, W.E. Meshaka, Jr., P.T. Andreadis, F.J. Mazzotti, C.M. Romagosa, and K.M. Hart2012Severe mammal declines coincide with python proliferation in Everglades National ParkProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: 2418–2422
Barrett, K., S.T. Samoray, B.S. Helms, and C. Guyer2012Southern Two-Lined Salamander diets in urban and forested streams in western GeorgiaSoutheastern Naturalist 11: 287-296
Springborn, M., C.M. Romagosa, and R.P. Keller2011The value of non-indigenous species risk assessment in international tradeEcological Economics 70: 2145-2153
Tingley, R, C. M. Romagosa, F. Kraus, D. Bickford, B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine2010The frog filter: amphibian introduction bias driven by taxonomy, body size, and biogeographyGlobal Ecology and Biogeography 19: 496-503
Barrett, K., C. Guyer, and D. Watson2010Water from urban streams slows growth and speeds metamorphosis in Fowler's Toad (Bufo fowleri) larvaeJournal of Herpetology 44: 297-300
Barrett, K., B.S. Helms, C. Guyer, and J.E. Schoonover2010Linking process to pattern: causes of stream-breeding amphibian decline in urbanized watershedsBiological Conservation 143: 1998-2005
Barrett, K., B. Helms, S. Samoray, and C. Guyer2010Growth patterns of a stream vertebrate differ between urban and forested catchmentsFreshwater Biology 55: 1628-1635
Romagosa, C.M., C. Guyer, and M.C. Wooten2009Contribution of the live vertebrate trade toward taxonomic homogenizationConservation Biology 23: 1001-1007
Helms, B.S., J.E. Schoonover and J.W. Feminella2009Seasonal variability of landuse impacts on macroinvertebrate assemblages in streams of western Georgia, USAJournal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 991-1006
Helms, B.S., J.E. Schoonover and J.W. Feminella2009Assessing influences of hydrology, physiochemistry, and habitat on stream fish assemblages across a changing landscapeJournal of the American Water Resources Association 45: 157-169
Barrett, K., C.M. Romagosa, and M.I. Williams2008North American bird community dynamics in rural and urban habitatsResearch Letters in Ecology. DOI:10.1155/2008/202606
Barrett, K., and C. Guyer2008Differential responses of amphibians and reptiles in riparian and stream habitats to land use disturbances in western Georgia, USABiological Conservation 141: 2290-2300
Brown, R.M., and D.N. Laband2007Applicability of research findings to local conservation policyConservation Biology 21: 549-551
Burton, M.L., and L.J. Samuelson2007Influence of urbanization on riparian forest diversity and structure in the Georgia Piedmont, USPlant Ecology 95: 99-115
Mu, Q., M. Zhao, F. Heinsch, M. Liu, H.Q. Tian, and S.W. Running2007Evaluating water stress controls on primary production in biogeochemical and remote sensing based modelsJournal of Geophysical Research, 112, G01012, DOI:10.1029/ 2006JG000179.
Pandit, R., and D.N. Laband2007Threatened species and the spatial concentration of humansBiodiversity and Conservation 16: 235-244
Pandit, R., and D.N. Laband2007General and specific spatial autocorrelation: insights from country-level analysis of species imperilmentEcological Economics 61: 75-80
Saalfeld, S.T., and S.S. Ditchkoff2007Survival of neonatal white-tailed deer in an exurban population Journal of Wildlife Management 71: 940-944
Brown, R.M., and D.N. Laband2006Species imperilment and spatial development patterns in the United StatesConservation Biology 20: 239-44
Ditchkoff, S.S., S.T. Saalfeld, and C.J. Gibson2006Animal behavior in urban ecosystems: modifications due to human-induced stressUrban Ecosystems 9: 5-12
Hussain, A., J.B. Armstrong, D.B. Brown, and J. Hogland2006Land use pattern, urbanization and deer-vehicle collisions in AlabamaHuman-Wildlife Conflicts 1: 89-96
Maloney, K.O., and J.W. Feminella2006Evaluation of single- and multi-metric benthic macroinvertebrate indicators of catchment disturbance over time at the Fort Benning Military Installation, GA, USAEcological Indicators 6: 469-484
Maloney, K.O., R.M. Mitchell, and J.W. Feminella2006Influence of catchment disturbance on Pteronotropis euryzonus (Broadstripe Shiner) and Semotilus thoreauianus (Dixie Chub)Southeastern Naturalist 5: 393-412
Pandit, R., and D.N. Laband2006Spatial autocorrelation in country-level models of species imperilmentEcological Economics 60: 526-532
Birkhead, R.D., C. Guyer, S.M. Hermann, and W.K. Michener2005Patterns of folivory and seed ingestion by Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in a Southeastern Pine SavannaAmerican Midland Naturalist 154:143-151
Helms, B.S., J.W. Feminella, and S. Pan2005Detection of biotic responses to urbanization using fish assemblages from small streams of western Georgia, USA Urban Ecosystems 8: 39-57
Lockaby, B.G., D. Zhang, J. McDaniel, H. Tian, and S. Pan2005Interdisciplinary research at the urban-rural interface: the West GA projectUrban Ecosystems 8: 7-21
Peterson, A.T., H.Q. Tian, E. Martínez-Meyer, J. Soberón, and V. Sánchez-Cordero2005Modeling distributional shifts of individual species and biomesIn T. Lovejoy and L. Hannah, editors. Climate Change and Biodiversity. Yale University Press. New Haven, CT
Stratford, J.A., and W.D. Robinson2005Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics: Geographic variation in mechanisms of avian extinctionFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3: 91-98
Stratford, J.A. and W.D. Robinson2005Distribution of neotropical migratory bird species across an urbanizing landscapeUrban Ecosystems 8: 59-77

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