Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Maine
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Maine Staff Member


Micheal Bank

PhD
Email: Micheal.Bank@crufake.gov

Education

  • Ph D University of Maine 2005
Research Publications Publication Date
Crocker, J. C., M. S. Bank, C. S. Loftin and R. E. Jung. 2007. Effects of observer bias and stream flow on lotic salamander population abundance sampling. Journal of Herpetology 41(2):325-329. April 2007
Bank, M. S., J. R. Burgess, D. C. Evers and C. S. Loftin. 2007. Mercury contamination of biota from Acadia National Park, Maine, USA: a review. Invited Paper, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Special Issue on Acadia National Park Mercury Biogeochemistry, 126(1-3): 105-115. January 2007
Technical Publications Publication Date
Peckenham, J.M., S.J. Nelson, K.B. Johnson, J.S. Kahl, M.S. Bank, and C.S. Loftin. 2003. Hydrological, chemical, and landscape controls on mercury in streams on Mount Desert Island. Pages 143-152 in J.S. Kahl et al., eds., Establishing paired gauged watersheds at Acadia National Park for long-term research on acidic deposition, nitrogen saturation, forest health, and mercury biogeochemistry (1998-2002). PrimeNet Final Integrated report, Acadia National Park. May 2003
Bank, M.S., C.S. Loftin, T.A. Haines, and R.E. Jung. 2003. Effects of fire history, trophic dynamics, and watershed complexity on mercury bioaccumulation and biomagnification in two-lined salamanders (Eurycea bislineata) from Acadia and Shenandoah National Parks. final technical report for the Declining Amphibian Population Task Force, 4pp. June 2003
2004. RWO 45 Northeastern Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative: Effects of landscape heterogeneity and environmental stressors on palustrine and lotic amphibian populations in Acadia National Park, Final report (dissertation and thesis) December 2004