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Paterson, G., S.A. Rush, M.T. Arts, K.G. Drouillard, D. Haffner, T.B. Johnson, B.F. Lantry, C.E. Hebert, D.J. McGoldrick, S.M. Backus, A.T. Fisk. 2014. Ecological tracers quantify resource partitioning among four Lake Ontario prey fish species. Freshwater Biology 59(10):2150-2161. Download
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Petroelje, T., J.L. Belant, D.E. Beyer, G. Wang, B.D. Leopold. 2014. Population-level response of coyotes to a pulsed resource event. Population Ecology 56:349-358. Download
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Puckett, E.E., T.V. Kristensen, C.M. Wilton, S.B. Lyda, K. Noyce, P.M. Holahan, D.M. Leslie Jr., J. Beringer, J.L. Belant, D. White Jr., L.S. Eggert. 2014. The influence of a bottleneck followed by admixture on population structure of American black bears (Ursus americanus) in the Central Interior Highlands, USA. Molecular Ecology 23:2414-2427. Download
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Renninger, H.J., N. Carlo, K.L. Clark, K.V. Schafer. 2014. Modeling respiration from snags and coarse woody debris before and after an invasive gypsy moth disturbance. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(4): 630-644. Download
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Renninger, H.J., N. Carlo, K.L. Clark, K.V. Schafer. 2014. Physiological strategies of co-occurring oaks in a water- and nutrient-limited ecosystem. Tree Physiology 34:159-173. Download
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Rush, S.A., A.T. Fisk. 2014. Feeding ecology of the snake community of the Red Hills Region relative to management for northern bobwhite: Assessing the diet of snakes using stable isotopes. Copeia 2:288-296. Download
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Rush, S.A., E.C. Soehren, M. Miller. 2014. Stopover duration and habitat use at a high elevation bald. Southeastern Naturalist 13(1):92-100. Download
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Rush, S.A., T. Romito, T.L. Robinson. 2014. Avian diversity in a suburban park system: current conditions and strategies for dealing with anticipated change. Urban Ecosystems 17:45-60. Download
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Schafer, K.V., H.J. Renninger, K.L. Clark, D. Medvigy. 2014. Hydrological responses to defoliation and drought of an upland oak/pine forest. Hydrological Processes 28:6113-6123. Download
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Schafer, K.V., H.J. Renninger, N. Carlo, D. Vanderklein. 2014. Forest response and recovery following disturbance in upland forests of the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Frontiers in Plant Science. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, A. Preston. 2014. Wood Protection Trends in North America. Pages 351-361 in Deterioration and Protection of Sustainable Biomaterials, Chapter 21, T.P. Schultz, editor. ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society, Washington DC. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas, S. Lebow. 2014. Discussion on Prior Commercial Wood Preservation Systems That Performed Less Well Than Expected. Pages 255-265 in Deterioration and Protection of Sustainable Biomaterials, Chapter 15, T.P. Schultz, editor. ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society, Washington DC. Download
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2014. A brief review of the treatability and efficacies of commercial copper preservatives. American Wood Protection Association 108:80-86.
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Schultz, T.P., D.D. Nicholas. 2014. Comparison of fungal efficacies of commercial preservatives using the E22 soil block, deck/flower pot, and standard E7 and E8 versus accelerated E7 and E8 tests. American Wood Protection Association 108:126-132.
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Schwarz, D.E., P.J. Allen. 2014. Effects of salinity on growth and ion regulation of juvenile alligator gar Atractosteus spatula. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 169:44-50. Download
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