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

Arkansas Staff Member


David Krementz

David Krementz 2016

Unit Leader
Phone: (479) 575 - 7560
Email: krementz@uark.edu

Education

  • Ph D University of Western Ontario 1984

Biography

David joined the Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in 1999, where he is the Unit Leader and Affiliate Research Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences.

Teaching Interest

I teach wildlife techniques, wetland ecology, and fish & wildlife seminar.

Research Interest

I work on population dynamics and habitat use of terrestrial animals.

Research Publications Publication Date
Welch, J. R., D. G. Krementz, and J. B. Berdeen. 2001. Management of Fields for Nocturnal Use by Wintering American Woodcock. Georgia Journal of Science 59:101-107. June 2001
Thatcher, B. S., D. G. Krementz, and M. Woodrey. 2006. Henslow's sparrow winter survival estimates and response to prescribed burning. Journal of Wildlife Management 70:198-206 January 2006
Stober, J. M., and D. G. Krementz. 2006. Variation in Bachman's sparrow territory size at the Savannah River Site, South Carolina. Wilson Bulletin 118:138-144. June 2006
Stober, J. M., and D. G. Krementz. 2001. Survival and reproductive biology of the Bachman's sparrow. Proc. Southeast Assoc. Fish Wildl. Agencies 54:383-390. September 2001
Stephenson, P.L., T. L. Griswold, M. S. Arduser, A. P. G. Dowling, and D. G. Krementz. Checklist of bees (Apodiea) from managed emergent wetlands in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley of Arkansas. Biodiversity Data Journal 6: e24071. | Abstract May 2018
Seaman, B. D., and D. G. Krementz. 2001. Movements and survival of Bachman's sparrows in response to prescribed summer burns in South Carolina. Proc. Southeast Assoc. Fish Wildl. Agencies 54:227-240 September 2001
Ronke, M. E., and D. G. Krementz. 2015. Changes in distribution of Canada geese nesting in Arkansas. Human Wildlife Interactions 9:101-109. March 2015
Reddin, CJ and Krementz DG. 2016. Small Mammal Communities in Eastern Redcedar Forest. American Midland Naturalist 175:113-119. | Abstract January 2016
Powell, L. A., M. J. Conroy, J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, and D. G. Krementz. 2000. Simultaneous use of mark-recapture and radiotelemetry to estimate survival, movement, and capture rates. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:302-313. January 2000
Powell, L. A., J. D. Lang, M. J. Conroy, and D. G. Krementz. 2000. Effects of forest management on density, survival, and population growth of wood thrushes. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:11-23. January 2000
Powell, L. A., J. D. Lang, D. G. Krementz, and M. J. Conroy. 2005. Using radio telemetry to reduce bias in nest searching. Journal of Field Ornithology 76:274-278. September 2005
Plummer, M. V., D. G. Krementz, L. A. Powell, and N. E. Mills. 2008. Effects of habitat disturbance on survival rates of softshell turtles (Apalone spinifera) in an urban stream. Journal of Herpetology 42:555-563. June 2008
Pittman, H. T., and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Efficacy of landscape scale oak woodland and savanna restoration in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas, USA. Journal of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 3:233-242 | Abstract March 2016
Pittman, H. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Effects of short-rotation early-growing season prescribed fire on eastern wild turkey nest ecology in the Ozark Highlands, Arkansas, USA. PLoS ONE 11(1):e0147317. | Abstract January 2016
Myatt, N. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2007. Fall migration rates, and habitat use of American woodcock in the Central United States. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1197-1205. March 2007
Myatt, N. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2007. American woodcock fall migration using Central Region band recovery and wing receipt data. Journal Wildlife Management 71:336-344. January 2007
Moore, J.D., D.E. Andersen, T. Cooper, J.P. Duguay, S.L. Oldenburger, C.A. Stewart, and D.G. Krementz. 2021. Migratory phenology and patterns of American woodcock in central North America derived using satellite telemetry. Wildlife Biology 2021: wlb.00816.
March 2021
Moore, J.D., D.E. Andersen, T. Cooper, J.P. Duguay, S.L. Oldenburger, C.A. Stewart, and D.G. Krementz. 2019. Migratory connectivity of American woodcock derived using satellite telemetry. Journal of Wildlife Management 83:1617–1627. DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21741. | Abstract August 2019
Moore, J. D., and D. G. Krementz. 2017. Migratory connectivity of American woodcock using band return data. Journal of Wildlife Management. 81: | Abstract April 2017
Moore, J. D., T. R. Cooper, R. Rau, D. E. Andersen, J. P. Duguay, C. A. Stewart, and D. G. Krementz. 2019. Assessment of the American Woodcock Singing-Ground Survey zone timing and coverage. Pages 181-192 in Krementz, D.G., D. E. Andersen, and T.R. Cooper (eds.). Proceedings of the 11th American Woodcock Symposium, University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. DOI:10.24926/AWS.0124. | Abstract | Download December 2019
Loncarich, F. L., and D. G. Krementz. 2004. External determination of age and sex of common moorhen. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:655-660. September 2004
Lehnen, S. E., and D. G. Krementz. 2007. The influence of body condition on the stopover ecology of Least Sandpipers in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley during fall migration. Avian Conservation and Ecology 2(2):9. December 2007
Lehnen, S. E., and D. G. Krementz. 2005. Turnover rates of fall migrating pectoral sandpipers through the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:671-680. June 2005
Lehnen, S. E. and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Use of aquaculture ponds and other habitats by migrating shorebirds along the lower Mississippi River. Environmental Management 52:417-426. | Abstract August 2013
Lang, J. D., L. A. Powell, D. G. Krementz, and M. J. Conroy. 2002. Wood thrush movements, habitat use, and effects of forest management for red-cockaded woodpeckers. Auk 119:109-124 January 2002
Krementz, DG, KL Willard, JM Carroll, and KM Dugger. 2016. King Rail (Rallus elegans) Nesting and Brood-Rearing Ecology in a Managed Wetland in Oklahoma, USA. Waterbirds 39:241-249. October 2016
Krementz, D.G., R. Crossett, and S.E. Lehnen. 2014. Nocturnal Field Use by Fall Migrating American Woodcock in the Delta of Arkansas. Journal of Wildlife Management 78:264-272. | Abstract February 2014
Krementz, D. G., and L. A. Powell. 2000. Breeding season demography and movements of Eastern towhees at the Savannah River Site, South Carolina. Wilson Bulletin 112:243-248. January 2000
Krementz, D. G., and J. S. Christie. 2000. Clearcut stand size and scrub-successional bird assemblages. Auk 117:913-924. January 2001
Krementz, D. G., and J. G. Bruggink. 2000. Sources of variation in survival and recovery rates of American woodcock. Pages 55-64 in (D. G. McAuley, J. G. Bruggink, and G. F. Sepik, eds. ). Proceedings of the Ninth Woodcock Symposium. U. S. G. S., Biological Resources Division Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2000-0009, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, Maryland. 117 pp. January 2001
Krementz, D. G., and J. D. Luscier. 2010. Woodpecker densities in the Big Woods of Arkansas. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 1:102-110. | Abstract | Publisher Website November 2010
Krementz, D. G., and E. E. Gbur, Jr. 2011. American woodcock wingbee reliability. Proceedings of the American Woodcock Symposium 10:195-201. | Abstract May 2011
Krementz, D. G., S. E. Lehnen, and J. D. Luscier. 2012. Habitat use of woodpeckers in the Big Woods of Arkansas. Journal of Fish & Wildlife Management 3:89-97. | Abstract April 2012
Krementz, D. G., K. Willard, J. M. Carroll, and K. M. Dugger. 2016. King rail nesting and brood-rearing ecology in a managed wetland in Oklahoma, USA. Waterbirds 39(3):241-249. | Abstract September 2016
Krementz, D. G., K. Asante, and L. W. Naylor. 2011. Spring Migration of Mallards from Arkansas as Determined by Satellite Telemetry. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 2(2). | Abstract October 2011
Krementz, D. G., J. E. Hines, and D. R. Luukkonen. 2003. Survival and recovery rates of American woodcocK banded in Michigan. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:398-407. January 2003
Krementz, D. G. 2000. Piney woods habitat management. Ninth Woodcock Symposium. Pages 50-54 in (D. G. McAuley, J. G. Bruggink, and G. F. Sepik, eds. ). Proceedings of the Ninth Woodcock Symposium. U. S. G. S., Biological Resources Division Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2000-0009, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, Maryland. 117 pp. January 2001
Krementz DG, Asante K Naylor LW. 2012. Autumn Migration of Midcontinent Mallards Determined by Satellite Telemetry. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 3:238-251. | Abstract September 2012
James, R. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2005. Dispersal patterns of giant Canada geese in the central United States. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish and Wildli. Agencies 59:144-154. August 2006
Herbert, J. S., A. Chakraborty, L. W. Naylor, W. Beatty, and D. G. Krementz. Effects of landscape structure and temporal habitat dynamics on wintering mallard abundance. Landscape Ecology 33:1319–1334. | Abstract June 2018
Green, A. W., and D. G. Krementz. 2008. Mallard harvest distributions in the Mississippi and Central Flyways. Journal of Wildlife Management. 72:1328-1334. July 2008
Fournier, A.M.V., and D. G. Krementz. 2017. Nocturnal Distance Sampling All-Terrain Vehicle Surveys for Non-Breeding Rails. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:151-156. March 2017
Fournier, A. M.V., D. C. Mengel, and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Sora (Porzana carolina) autumn migration habitat use. Royal Society Open Science 5:171664. | Abstract May 2018
Fournier, A. M. V., D. C. Mengel, and D. G. Krementz. 2017. Virginia and Yellow Rail autumn migration phenology and habitat use in the Mississippi Flyway. Animal Migration 4: 15-22. | Abstract September 2017
Dunning, J. B., Jr., B. J. Danielson, B. D. Watts, J. Liu, and D. G. Krementz. 2000. Studying wildlife at local and landscape scales: Bachman's sparrows at the Savannah River Site, South Carolina. Studies in Avian Biology 21:75-80. November 2000
Darrah, A. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2011. Habitat Use of Nesting and Brood-rearing King Rails in the Illinois and Upper Mississippi River Valleys. Waterbirds 34: 160-167. | Abstract July 2011
Darrah, A. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2010. Occupancy and habitat use of the least bittern and pied-billed grebe in the Illinois and Upper Mississippi River Valleys. Waterbirds 33. 367-375. | Abstract September 2010
Darrah, A. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2009. Distribution and habitat use of king rails in the Illinois and Upper Mississippi River Valleys. Journal of Wildlife Management. 73:1380-1386 | Abstract October 2009
Cooper, T. R., J. R. Kelley, Jr., S. J. Williamson, M. Banker, D. R. Dessecker, D. G. Krementz, D. G. McAuley, W. L. Palmer, and T. J. Post. 2011. Development of habitat goals for the American woodcock conservation plan and recommendations for implementation. Pages 13-23. In (Stewart, C. A., and V. R. Frawley, eds.) Proceedings of the Tenth American Woodcock Symposium, Roscommon, MI. Allen Press, Inc. Lawrence, KS. | Abstract May 2011
Collier, B. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2007. Uncertainty in age-specific harvest estimates and consequences for white-tailed deer management. Ecological Modelling 201:194-204. February 2007
Collier, B. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2007. Opinions and preferences of Arkansas deer hunters regarding harvest management. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 61:54-59. May 2008
Collier, B. A., and D. G. Krementz. 2006. White-tailed deer management practices on private lands in Arkansas. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:307-313. January 2006
Clifton, A. M, , and D. G. Krementz. 2006. Estimating numbers of greater prairie-chickens using mark-resight techniques. Journal of Wildlife Management. 70:479-484. January 2006
Carroll, J. M., and D. G. Krementz. 2014. Density and abundance of wintering Wilson's snipe in the Mississippi Flyway. Wildlife Biology 20:108-114. | Abstract April 2014
Budd, M. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2011. Status and Distribution of Breeding Secretive Marshbirds in the Delta of Arkansas. Southeastern Naturalist 10(4):687-702. | Abstract December 2011
Budd, M. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2010. Habitat Use by Least Bitterns in the Arkansas Delta. Waterbirds 33. 140-147. | Abstract April 2010
Bolenbaugh, J. R., T. Cooper, R. S. Brady, K. L. Willard, and D. G. Krementz. Population status and habitat associations of the king rail in the Midwestern United States. Waterbirds 35:535-545. | Abstract December 2012
Bolenbaugh, J. R., D. G. Krementz, and S. E. Lehnen. 2011. Secretive marsh bird species co-occurrences and habitat association across the Midwest, USA. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 2:49-60. | Abstract | Publisher Website June 2011
Berdeen, J. B., and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Unusual Courtship Behaviors by Male American Woodcock. Southeastern Naturalist 12: N1-N5. August 2013
AURIEL M.V. FOURNIER, , DOREEN C. MENGEL, EDWARD E. GBUR, and DAVID G. KREMENTZ. 2017. The timing of autumn sora (Porzana carolina) migration. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 129:765-770. | Abstract April 2018
Project Completion Date
Winter Waterfowl Habitat Relationships in the Arkansas Delta May 2015
Spring Migration Ecology of American Woodcock in the Central Region May 2015
Movements, productivity, and band recovery analysis of resident Canada geese in Arkansas May 2014
Small Mammal Baseline Inventory Survey of Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas July 2014
Effects of Wetland Management Strategies on Habitat Use of Fall Migrating Rails on Intensively-Managed Wetland Complexes in Missouri May 2016
Proposal for Advanced Waterfowl Survey Development and Analysis Protocol for Monitoring the Effects of Climate Change September 2012
Monitoring the Effects of Climate Change on Waterfowl Abundance in the September 2012
Distribution of King Rails in the Lower Mississippi Flyway October 2008
King Rail Breeding and Brood Ecology June 2015
Effects of large scale growing season prescribed burns on movements, habitat use, productivity, and survival of female wild turkeys on the White Rock Ecosystem Restoration Project of the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest June 2014
Concentration area demarcation and abundance estimates of fall migrating shorebirds through the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley March 2010
Internship Program with Arkansas Game & Fish Commission - Jenna Swain-Innis August 2010
Mallard Satellite Telemetry June 2011
Occupancy and Habitat Selection of Secretive Marsh Birds in the Western Arkansas River Valley December 2010
Evaluation of an expert-based landscape suitability model for King rails in the Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Joint Venture Region September 2010
Development of a Winter Survey of Wilson's Snipe in the Mississippi Flyway May 2011
Body Condition Index of Overwintering Mallards in Arkansas May 2022
Assessment of pollinator diversity and abundance on National Wildlife Refuges and other private and public lands in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley of Arkansas to integrate pollinators and native emergent wetlands/moist soil management areas into a decision making context January 2017
2017 Survey of King Rails in Arkansas Delta September 2017
Pollinator communities on native and managed emergent wetlands in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley of Arkansas June 2017
Presentations Presentation Date
Veon, J., B.A. DeGregorio, D.G. Krementz, and L. Naylor. 2021. Trends in Mallard Body Mass in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley 1979-2021. November 2021
Stephenson, P.S., A. P.G. Dowling and D. G. Krementz. 2015. Emergent Wetland Pollinators: An Unknown Story. Joint meeting of the Kansas Entomological and Arkansas Entomological Societies. Fayetteville, AR. April 2015
Ronke, M.E., D. G. Krementz, and L. W. Naylor. 2013. Survival and Recovery of Temperate-nesting Canada Geese Banded in Arkansas. Arkansas State Chapter of The Wildlife Society Meeting, Russellville, AR. September 2013
Reddin, C., and D. G. Krementz. 2014. Texas mice habitat use in the Ozark Mountains. 74th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference. Kansas City, MO. January 2014
Reddin, C. J., and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Small Mammal Community Associations at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas. Arkansas State Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Russellville, AR. September 2013
Pittman, H.T. and D.G. Krementz. 2015. Consideration of scale in the restoration of woodland and savanna ecosystems in the Central Hardwoods of North America. Ecological Society of America. Baltimore, MD August 2015
Pittman, H. T., D. G. Krementz, R. S. Whalen, B. Bowers, and K. Lynch. 2013. Survival of Eastern Wild Turkey in the Ozark Highlands, Arkansas. 2013. Arkansas State Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Russellville, AR September 2013
Pittman, H. T. , and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Nest site selection of eastern wild turkey in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas. The Wildlife Society Meeting. Milwaukee, WI. October 2013
Naylor, L.W., D. G. Krementz, and S. E. Lehnen. 2013. A Watershed-based Aerial Survey to Estimate Wintering Duck Abundance. Ecology and Conservation of North American Waterfowl Meeting. Jackson, MS January 2013
Moore, J.D., D. E. Andersen, T. R. Cooper and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Migratory connectivity an migration phenology of American woodcock. 2016 State of Stopover Symposium. Milwaukee, WI. October 2016
Moore, J. D., T. R. Cooper, R. Rau, D. E. Andersen, J. P. Duguay, C. A. Stewart, and D. G. Krementz. 2017. Assessment of the American Woodcock Singing-Ground Survey Zone Timing and Coverage. 11th American woodcock symposium, Roscommon, MI October 2017
Marlis R. Douglas, H. Tyler Pittman, Whitney J.B. Anthonysamy, Mark A. Davis, David G. Krementz, Robert E. Vernocy Jr, and Michael E. Douglas. 2012. New tools for the next generation of wildlife professionals: molecular ecology of wild turkey from the interior highlands of Arkansas. October 2012
Lehnen, S. E. and D. G. Krementz. 2012. A comparison of shorebird habitat use during fall migration in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies Meeting. Hot Springs, AR. October 2012
Krementz, D.G., L.Scott, M. J. Carroll. 2013. Secretive Marsh Bird Management on Public Wetlands along the Arkansas River in Arkansas. Society of Wetland Scientists. Duluth, MN June 2013
Krementz, D. G., K. Asante, and L. W. Naylor. 2013. Autumn Migration of Mississippi Flyway Mallards as Determined by Satellite Telemetry. Ecology and Conservation of North American Waterfowl Meeting. Jackson, MS January 2013
Krementz, D. G., J. R. Bolenbaugh, T. Cooper, R. S. Brady, and K. L. Willard. 2012. Population status of the king rail in the Midwestern United States. 73rd Midwestern Fish & Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS December 2012
Herbert, J. A., A. Chakraborty, L. Naylor, and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Abundance and distribution of non-breeding mallards in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. North American Ornithological Congress. Washington, D.C. August 2016
H. Tyler Pittmana and David G. Krementzb. 2015. Effects of Frequent Landscape Disturbance on Breeding Dispersal and Nest-site Searching of Eastern Wild Turkey in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas. Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, IN. February 2015
H. Tyler Pittman and David G. Krementz. 2015. Vegetative Response to Landscape Scale Woodland and Savanna Restoration at Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas. Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, IN. February 2015
Fournier, Auriel M.V., David G. Krementz, Doreen C. Mengel, Andy H. Raedeke. 2013 Phenology, Habitat Use and Co-Occurrence of Fall Migrating Yellow Rails on Intensively-Managed Wetland Complexes in Missouri - Research In Progress. Yellow Rail Virtual Scientific Symposium July 2013
Fournier, A. M. V., and D. G. Krementz. 2013. Preliminary Results of Effects of Wetland Management Strategies on Habitat Use of Fall Migrating Rails on Intensively-Managed Wetland Complexes in Missouri. The Wildlife Society Meeting, Milwaukee, WI. October 2013
Fournier, A. M. V., K. L. Drake, D. C. Tozer, and D. G. Krementz. 2016. Migratory connectivity of sora, Virginia and yellow rails. North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, D.C. August 2016
Fournier, A. M. V., D. G. Krementz, D. C. Mengel, and A. H. Raedeke. 2014. Wetland management and sora habitat during fall migration. The Wildlife Society Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2014
Fournier, A. M. V., D. C. Mengel, D. G. Krementz. 2015. Timing of autumn migration in the Mississippi Flyway by rails. Association of Field Ornithologists, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. July 2015
Effects of Wetland Management Strategies on Habitat Use of Fall Migrating Rails in Intensively-Managed Wetland Complexes in Missouri. Auriel M.V. Fournier1, Doreen C. Mengel2, Andrew H. Raedeke2, David G. Krementz3, 1Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit - University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 2Missouri Department of Conservation, Columbia, MO, 3U.S. Geological Survey - Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit - University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR Abstract: Actively managing inland wetlands for waterbirds usually involves some sort of disturbance. Most wetland managers use a combination of water level manipulation and/or soil disturbance. Here we will focus on water level manipulations and how that disturbance type influences wetland use by migrating rails through the central portion of the Mississippi Flyway. In Missouri, water level manipulation falls into two basic approaches - early to mid-summer drawdown or late summer flooding. We surveyed migrating sora (Porzana carolina) across four regions in Missouri during four sampling periods in the autumns of 2012 and 2013. We sampled rails using line transects from ATVs at night and analyzed the data using program Distance. We analyzed each survey period separately. We found that habitat type (moist soil management, perennial emergent), plant/water interspersion, water depth, draw down date, and flooding date explained Sora density in different periods during the autumn. Sora density was positively influenced by flooding date earlier in the autumn. We found Sora density increased with percent interspersion and water depth across all regions early in the autumn. We found sora densities were higher in wetlands managed for moist soil then in wetlands managed for perennial emergent. We will continue surveys in 2014 and 2015 with randomized management experimentation to further examine the impact of water level disturbance on sora density. October 2014
Douglas, M. R., H.T. Pittman, W. J. B. Anthonysamy, M. A. Davis, D. G. Krementz, R. E. Vernocy Jr., W. Louis, and M. E. Douglas. 2012. Molecular ecology of eastern wild turkey in the interior Highlands of Arkansas and surrounding areas. 73rd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Wichita, KS. December 2012
Bolenbaugh, J. R., T. Cooper, R. S. Brady, K. L. Willard, and D. G. Krementz. 2012. Status and breeding season distribution of the migratory king rail population. The Wildlife Society 19th Annual Conference, Portland, OR. October 2012
Auriel M.V. Fournier, Doreen C. Mengel, David G. Krementz. 2016. Habitat use by Autumn Migrating Sora in the Mississippi Flyway. Society of Wetland Scientist Meeting, Corpus Christi. May 2016
Technical Publications Publication Date
White-tailed Deer Management on Private Lands in Arkansas. Project report submitted to Arkansas Game & Fish Commission. October 2003
Stephenson, P. 2017. Pollinator communities on native emergent wetlands, managed emergent wetlands, and adjacent croplands in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley of Arkansas. SARE final report | Download October 2017
Scott, LA and DG Krementz. 2011. Occupancy and Habitat Selection of Secretive Marsh Birds in the Western Arkansas River Valley. May 2011
Reddin, C. J. 2014. Small mammal community associations and habitat use at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas. Final Report to National Park Service | Download May 2014
Pittman, H. T. 2014. Effects of Large Scale Growing Season Prescribed Burns on Movement, Habitat Use, Productivity, and Survival of Female Wild Turkey on the White Rock Ecosystem Restoration Project of the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest. July 2014
Perkins, M., S. L. King, and D. Krementz. 2009. Stopover habitat use by king rails: evaluation and habitat management implications. Final Report to US Fish & Wildlife Service. July 2009
Opinions, Preferences, and Attitudes of Hunters on White-tailed Deer Management in Arkansas. Project report submitted to Arkansas Game & Fish Commission. January 2004
Lehnen, S. E. 2010. Chronology, distribution, and dispersion of fall migrating shorebirds through the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley. March 2010
Krementz, D.G., and J.J. Jackson. 2000. Woodcock in the Southeast. Natural history and management for landowners. Univ. Georgia Press. Georgia Cooperative Extension Service. December 2000
Kelley, J. R. Jr., S. J. Williamson, M. Banker, D. R. Dessecker, D. G. Krementz, D. G. McAuley, W. L. Palmer, T. J. Post. Implementing the American woodcock conservation plan. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference. In press. March 2008
Fournier, A. M. V., and K. Willard. 2015. King rail nesting and brood rearing ecology in managed wetlands: Final report USFWS Division of Migratory Birds Webless Program | Download September 2015
Fournier, A. M. V. 2016. Effects of wetland management strategies on habitat use of fall migrating rails on intensively-managed wetland complexes in Missouri. Final Report RWO 41. | Download October 2016
Carroll, J. M. 2011. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A WINTER SURVEY FOR WILSON’S SNIPE IN THE MISSISSIPPI FLYWAY. Final Report US Fish and Wildlife Service. May 2011
Bolenbaugh, J. R., and D. G. Krementz. 2010. Assessing an Expert-based Landscape Approach to Predict King Rail Distributions in the Upper Mississippi River/Great Lakes Joint Venture. September 2010