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

Maine Staff Member


Dr. Cynthia S Loftin

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Unit Leader
Phone: (207) 581 - 2843
Email: cynthia.loftin@maine.edu

Education

  • Ph D University of Florida 1998
  • MS Auburn University 1987
  • BA University of Virginia 1984

Biography

Dr. Loftin joined the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in 1999 as the Assistant Unit Leader-Wildlife. She became the Unit Leader in 2011. She holds a graduate faculty appointment as an Associate Professor in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology in the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture.

Teaching Interest

Dr. Loftin teaches a graduate level course (INT527 Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS in Natural Resource Management; 3 credits lecture and lab) each fall semester at the University of Maine. The course is team taught with Dr. Daniel Hayes, UMaine School of Forest Resources, and provides instruction on using remote sensing and GIS tools to conduct spatial analysis for projects with a conservation focus.

Research Interest

Dr. Loftin's interests in systems, landscape, and wetlands ecology drive her research program involving natural resources management and restoration issues. Her research program takes a landscape ecology perspective on conservation and restoration of perturbed ecosystems to address Unit cooperator information needs. Dr. Loftin's program is highly collaborative, involving partnerships with scientists across diverse disciplines, universities, and agencies. Her program bridges terrestrial and aquatic environments, integrating two concentrations: 1) Effects of human-induced stressors on aquatic systems, and 2) Spatial effects of human-caused stressors on natural landscapes.

Research Publications Publication Date
Wood, C.M., S.T. Mckinney, and C.S.Loftin. 2017. Intraspecific functional diversity of common species enhances community stability. Ecology and Evolution 2017: 1–8, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2721 2017-02-28
Wood, C.M., S.T. McKinney, C.S. Loftin, and Z. Loman. 2020. Testing prediction accuracy in a short-term ecological study. Basic and Applied Ecology 43:77-85. 2020-03-31
Sutton, W.B., R. Barrett, A.T. Moody, C.S. Loftin, P. deMaynadier, and P. Nanjappa. 2015. Changes in climate niche and climate refugia of conservation priority salamander species: a case study from the northeastern United States. Forests 6:1-26. | Download 2015-01-31
Shearin, A.F., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S Loftin. 2012. Evaluation of Listener-based Amphibian Surveys with Automated Audio Recording Devices. Wetlands 32:737-751. | Download 2012-08-31
Schilling, E. G., C. S. Loftin, and A. D. Huryn. 2009. Macroinvertebrates as indicators of fish absence in naturally fishless lakes. Freshwater Biology 54:181-202. 2009-01-31
Schilling, E. G., C. S. Loftin, and A. D. Huryn. 2009. Effects of introduced fish on native macroinvertebrates in two types of historically fishless lakes. Biological Conservation 142:3030-3038. 2009-12-31
Schilling, E. G., C. S. Loftin, K. E. DeGoosh, A. D. Huryn, and K. E. Webster. 2008. Predicting the historical distributions of naturally fishless lakes. Freshwater Biology 53:1021-1035. 2008-05-31
Rolek, B. W., D.J. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B.Wood. 2018. Regenerating clearcuts combined with postharvest forestry treatments promote habitat for breeding and post-breeding spruce-fir avian assemblages in the Atlantic Northern Forest. Forest Ecology and Management 427: 392-413. Data DOI: 10.1111/jav.01779; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.05.068 2018-11-30
Petrin, Z., E.G. Schilling, C.S. Loftin, F. Johansson. 2010. Predators shape distribution and promote diversification of morphological defenses in Leucorrhinia, Odonata. Eolutionary Ecology 24:1003-1016 | Download 2010-10-31
Nelson, S.J., K.E. Webster, C.S. Loftin, and K.C. Weathers. 2013. Shifts in controls on the temporal coherence of throughfall chemical flux in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. Biogeochemistry 116:147-160. | Download 2013-07-31
Nelson, S. J., K. B. Johnson, K. C. Weathers, C. S. Loftin, I. J. Fernandez, J. S. Kahl, D. P. Krabbenhoft. 2008.Deposition, re-emission, and evasion: Mercury mass fluxes in winter at Acadia National Park, Maine, USA, Applied Geochemistry 23:384-398. 2008-01-31
McKnight, A., E.J. Blomberg, G.H. Golet, D.B. Irons, C.S. Loftin, and S.T. McKinney. 2018. Experimental evidence of long-term breeding costs in a colonial seabird. Journal of Avian Biology, 49: 1-14. Article DOI:10.1111/jav.01779; Data DOI:10.5061/dryad.qb3q5f3. 2018-09-30
McKnight, A., E.J. Blomberg, D.B. Irons, C.S. Loftin, and S.T. McKinney. 2019. Survival and recruitment dynamics of black-legged kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla) at an Alaskan colony. Marine Ornithology 47:209-222. doi:10.5061/dryad.ch2740k 2019-10-31
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, and S.A. Sader. 2012. High-frequency remote monitoring of large lakes with MODIS 500 m imagery. Remote Sensing of Environnment 124:234-241. | Download 2012-06-30
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, and S.A. Sader. 2012. Combining lake and watershed characteristics with Landsat TM data for remote estimation of regional lake clarity. Remote Sensing of Environment 123:109-115. Supplemental material. | Download 2012-04-30
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, and S.A. Sader. 2012. Combining lake and watershed characteristics with Landsat TM data for remote estimation of regional lake clarity. Remote Sensing of Environment 123:109-115. | Download 2012-04-30
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, S.A. Sader. 2013. Landsat imagery reveals declining clarity of Maine's lakes during 1995-2010. Freshwater Science 32:741-752. | Download 2013-05-31
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, S.A. Sader. 2013. Lakes without Landsat? An alternative approach to remote lake monitoring with MODIS 250 m imagery. Lake and reservoir management 29:89-98. | Download 2013-03-31
McCullough, I.M., C.S. Loftin, S.A. Sader. 2013. A manual for remote sensing of Maine lake clarity. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 207, 28 pp. | Download 2013-01-31
Loman, Z.G., W.V. Deluca, D. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, B.R. Rolek, P.B. Wood. 2018. Landscape capability models as a tool to predict fine-scale forest bird occupancy and abundance. Landscape Ecology, 33:77-91.Data DOI: 10.1111/jav.01779 2017-10-31
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, 81:1110-1116. DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21265.; Data DOI: 10.1111/jav.01779 2017-04-30
Loftin, CS. 1997. The hydrology of Okefenokee Swamp, Pages 266-269 in KJ Hatcher, ed., Proceedings of the 1997 Georgia Water Resources Conference, 20-22 March 1997, The University of Georgia, Athens. 1997-03-31
Loftin, C.S., M.Q. Guyette, and P.Wetzel. 2018. Evaluation of vegetation-fire dynamics in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, USA, with Bayesian belief networks. Wetlands 38:819-834. DOI10.1007/s13157-018-1033-6 2018-07-31
Loftin, C.S., A.J.K. Calhoun, S. Nelson, A. Elskus, and K. Simon. 2012. Mercury bioaccumulation in wood frogs developing in seasonal pools. Northeastern Naturalist 19:579-600. | Download 2012-12-31
Loftin, C. S., W. Rasberry, and W. M. Kitchens. 2000. Development of a grid-cell topographic surface for Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. Wetlands 20:487-499. 2000-01-31
Loftin, C. S., S. B. Aicher, and W. M. Kitchens. 2000. Effects of the Suwannee River sill on the hydrology of Okefenokee Swamp: Application of research results in the environmental assessment procedure. Pages 102-110 in S. F. McCool, D. N. Cole, W. T. Borrie, and J. O'Loughlin, eds., Proceedings of the 1999 National Wilderness Research Conference, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, UT. OMRS-P-15-Vol 3. 2000-11-30
Loftin, C. S., N. Ansay, and W. M. Kitchens. 2001. Development and application of a spatial hydrology model of Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37(4):935-956. 2001-08-31
J. Kurth, C. Loftin, J. Zydlewski and J. Rhymer. 2007. PIT tag effectiveness for freshwater mussel recaptures. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26:253-260. 2007-04-30
J. Kurth, C. Loftin, J. Zydlewski and J. Rhymer (2007) PIT tag effectiveness for freshwater mussel recaptures. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26(2):253?260 | Download 2007-04-30
Hoshide, A.K, F.A. Drummond, T. Stevens, E. Venturini, S.P. Hanes, M.M. Sylvia, C.S. Loftin, D.E Yarborough, and A.L. Averill. 2018. What is the value of and who values native bee pollination for wild blueberries and cranberries? Environments. doi:10.3390/environments5090098 2018-09-30
Homola, J.J., C.S. loftin, K.M. Cammen, C.C. Helbing, I. Birol, T.F. Schultz, and M.T. Kinnison. 2019. Replicated landscape genomics identifies evidence of local adaptation to urbanization in wood frogs. Journal of Heredity 110:707-719. DOI: 10.1093/jhered/esz041 2019-10-31
Homola, J.J., C.S. Loftin, and M.T. Kinnison. 2019. Landscape genetics reveals unique and shared effects of urbanization for two sympatric pool-breeding amphibians. Ecology and Evolution. 9:11799-11823. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5685 2019-10-31
Hierl, L., C. S. Loftin, J. R. Longcore, D. G. McAuley, and D. Urban. 2007. A Multivariate Assessment of Changes in Wetland Habitat Conditions for Waterbirds at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Maine, USA. Wetlands 27(1): 141-152. 2007-01-31
Guyette, M.Q., C.S. Loftin, and J. Zydlewski. (2013) Carcass analog addition enhances juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) growth and condition.Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:860-870. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/cjfas-2012-0496#.UbcWlZyX33A | Download 2013-06-30
Guyette, M.Q., C.S. Loftin, J. Zydlewski, and R.Cunjak. 2014. Carcass analogues provide marine subsidies for macroinvertebrates and juvenile Atlantic salmon in temperate oligotrophic streams. Freshwater Biology 59:392-406. | Download 2014-03-31
Groff, S.C., C.S. Loftin, F.A. Drummond, S. Bushmann, and B.McGill. 2016. Parameterization of the InVEST Crop Pollination Model to spatially predict abundance of wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Aiton) native bee pollinators in Maine, USA. Environmental Modeling and Software 79:1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.01.003 | Download 2016-01-31
Groff, L.A., C.S. Loftin, and A.J.J. Calhoun. 2016. Predictors of Breeding Site Occupancy by Amphibians in Montane Landscapes. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21184 2016-10-31
Groff, L.A., A.L. Pitt, R.F. Baldwin, A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Evaluation of a waistband for attaching external transmitters to anurans. Wildlife Society Bulletin. | Download 2015-07-31
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2016. Hibernal Habitat Selection by Wood Frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) in a Northern New England Montane Landscape. Journal of Herpetology 50(4):559-569. http://dx.doi.org/10.1670/15-131R1 | Abstract 2016-10-31
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, C.S. Loftin. 2017. Amphibian Terrestrial Habitat Selection and Movement Patterns Vary With Annual Life History Period. Canadian Journal of Zoology 95:433-442. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjz-2016-0148 2017-07-31
Groff, L.A., A.J.K Calhoun, C.S. Loftin. 2015. LITHOBATES SYLVATICUS (Wood Frog). HABITAT USE. Northeastern Naturalist 46(2): 2015. | Download 2015-06-30
Freeman, R.C., K.P. Bell, A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2012. Incorporating economic models into vernal pool conservation planning: using local land regulations to enhance state regulations. Wetlands 32:509-520. | Download 2012-06-30
Du Clos, Brianne, F. Drummond, and C.S. Loftin. 2020. Landscape context across a single crop system affects wild bee communities. Environmental Entomology. 49: 502-515. https://doi.org/10.1093/ee/nvaa001 2020-01-31
Drahovzal, S.A., C.S. Loftin, and J. Rhymer. 2015. Environmental predictors of shrubby cinquefoil (Dasiphora fruticosa) habitat and quality as host for Maine’s endangered Clayton’s copper butterfly (Lycaena dorcas claytoni). Wetlands Ecology and Management, DOI:10.1007/s11273-015-9427-1 | Download 2015-07-31
Danielson, T.J., C.S. Loftin, L. Tsomides, J.L. DiFranco, and B. Connors. 2011. Algal bioassessment metrics for wadeable streams and rivers of Maine, USA, J. North American Benthological Society 30:1033-1048. | Download 2011-10-31
Danielson, T.J., C.S. Loftin, L. Tsomides, J.L. DiFranco, B. Connors, D.L. Courtemanch, F. Drummond, and S.P. Davies. 2012. An algal model for predicting attainment of tiered biological criteria of Maine’s streams and rivers. Freshwater Science 31:318-340. | Download 2012-04-30
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. 2007-04-30
Clare, J., S.T. McKinney, C.S. Loftin, and J.E. DePue. 2017. Multiple methods improve inferences and evaluate method-specific biases, with extensions for observation dependence. Ecological Applications. DOI: 10.1002/eap.1587 2017-09-30
Clare, J., S.T. McKinney, C.S. Loftin, E.M. Simons-Legaard, and J.E. DePue. 2019. Satellite-detected forest disturbance forecasts American marten population decline: the case for supportive space-based monitoring. Biological Conservation 233:336-345. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.02.020. 2019-03-31
Chalmers, R.J., and C.S. Loftin. 2010. Plethodon cinereus, eastern red-backed salamander, wetland habitat, Herpetological Review 41(4):468-469. | Download 2010-12-31
Chalmers, R. J., and C. S. Loftin. 2006. Wetland and shoreline habitat used by nesting four-toed salamanders (Hemidactylium scutatum) in Maine. Journal of Herpetology 40(4):478-485. 2006-12-31
Chalmers, R. J., and C. S. Loftin. 2006. HEMIDACTYLIUM SCUTATUM (Four-toed Salamander). MORPHOLOGY/PHENOLOGY. Herpetological Review 37(1):69-71. 2006-03-31
Bissonette, J. A., C. S. Loftin, D. M. Leslie, Jr., L. A. Nordstrom, and W. J. Fleming. 2000. The cooperative research unit program and wildlife education: historic development, future challenges. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:534-541. 2000-11-30
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. 2007-01-31
Bank, M. S., C. S. Loftin, and R. E. Jung. 2005. Mercury bioacculumation in Two-lined salamanders from streams in the Northeastern United States. Ecotoxicology 14:181-191. 2004-05-31
Project Completion Date
Biogeography and Conservation of Maine’s Island Amphibians (M.Kinnison, P.deMaynadier, L.Welch, B.Connery collaborators) 2015-12-31
Engaging Maine Blueberry Growers to Develop Tools for Native Bee Use and Conservation (S.Hanes, F.Drummond,K. Collum, B.DuClos, A.Hoshide collaborators) 2015-12-31
The Gulf of Maine coastal ecosystem survey: an integrated, multidisciplinary effort to map biological hotspots in the waters of Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts (Collaborators: C. Loftin, S. McKinney, A. McKnight, A. Allyn, J. Runge, MDIFW, UMass, USFWS, BRI) 2018-12-31
Of Pools and People: Small natural features with large ecosystem functions in urbanizing landscapes (Collaborators: A.Calhoun, M.Hunter, K. Bell, M. Kinnison, C. Loftin, K. Capps, D. Bauer, E. Nelson) 2019-12-31
Assessment of vegetation succession and spatial dynamics in Okefenokee Swamp, GA. 2013-09-30
Effects of forest management practices in the Acadian Northern Hardwood/Conifer Forests of Maine on forest bird communities, with emphasis on species of regional conservation priority and concern (Collaborators: D. harrison, P. Wood, C. Loftin) 2018-12-31
Assessing Priority Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) and Vulnerability to Climate Change in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Collaborators: C. Loftin, P. deMaynadier, K. Barrett, P.Nanjappa) 2019-01-01
Literature synthesis of effects of forest management practices on riparian and in-stream animal biota of New England 2001-05-31
Northeastern Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative: Effects of landscape heterogeneity and environmental stressors on palustrine and lotic amphibian populations in Acadia National Park (Collaborators: M. Bank-UMaine, R.Jung (USGS-Patuxent) 2006-12-31
Hydrological assessment of Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge Impoundments and vegetation and wildlife response to impoundment management 2004-12-31
Fish hosts, population structure, and landscape control of the distribution of two rare Atlantic slope freshwater mussels in Maine (collaborators: j. rhymer, A. Huyrn, UMaine) 2005-12-31
Effects of local and landscape heterogeneity on mercury loadings in lotic and palustrine amphibians from Acadia National Park, Maine (collaborators: M. Bank, A. Amirbahman, UMaine) 2008-12-31
Odonate sample collection and identification for a study of invertebrate communities in Maine’s fishless ponds (Collaborators: P. deMaynadier, R. Butler, UMaine-Farmington) 2008-12-31
Examination of mercury contamination in water striders and minows inhabiting watersheds in coastal Maine 2007-12-31
Population trends of Maine’s marsh bird species of management concern: examining trends from Maine’s ecoregional survey data. collaborators: Fred Servello (UMaine), T. Hodgeman (MDIFW) 2007-12-31
Seabird Activity Patterns Potentially affected by Aquaculture Operations in Maine. Maine Department of Marine Resources 2010-05-31
Habitat selection, relocations, and fish hosts of the yellow lampmussel and tidewater mucket in Maine (collborator: Judith Rhymer, UMaine) 2008-12-31
Using algae to evaluate the condition of Maine’s streams and rivers. (collaborators: T. Danielson, D. Courtemanch, Maine DEP) 2010-05-31
Using dendrochronology and stable isotopes to document the presence of marine derived nutrients deposited historically in the Penobscot River Basin. Collaborators:J.Zydlewski, G. Zydlewski (UMaine), R. Cunjak (UNew Brunswick), C. Fay (Penobscot Indian Nation) 2006-12-31
Environmental factors associated with unique lake communities in Maine Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife 2008-12-31
A landscape genetics approach to amphibian conservation 2007-12-31
Amphibian communities in vernal pools, fishless lakes, and fish-containing lakes in downeast Maine, and effects of predation of Ambystoma maculatum (collaborator: A.J.K. Calhoun) 2011-12-31
Considering water quality and mercury effects on amphibians in vernal pools: a pilot study in Acadia National Park, Maine (collaborators: A.J.K. Calhoun, S.Nelson, A. Elskus, K. Simon, UMaine) 2010-12-31
Environmental characteristics and population ecology of shrubby cinquefoil (Dasiphora floribunda) in Maine. (Collaborator: Judith Rhymer, UMaine) 2013-05-31
Amphibian use of wetland-limited landscapes (Collaborator: A.J.K. Calhoun, UMaine) 2016-12-31
Assessment of disturbance responses by gulls on a seabird nesting island in coastal Maine (collaborators: Fred Servello, John Sowles, Monika Parsons of UMaine) 2011-12-31
The Critical Leading Edge of Gulf of Maine Salt Marshes – Interface with Freshwater Wetlands, Uplands, and Constraints by Human Development. Collaboration with Joe Kelley, Dan Belknap, Margot Mansfield, University of Maine. 2011-12-31
Remote Monitoring of Water Clarity of Maine Lakes Using Landsat Thematic Mapper (collaborator: Steve Sader, UMaine) 2012-07-01
Pollination Security for Fruit and Vegetable Crops in the Northeast (collaborative project with Frank Drummond, Aaron Hoshide, Sam Hanes, Alison Dibble at UMaine) 2019-05-31
The role of marine derived nutrients delivered by anadromous fish in the restoration of freshwater ecosystems in the Penobscot River watershed, Maine 2012-09-30
Spatial relationships between burn patterns, pre-burn vegetation composition and distribution, and short-term vegetation recovery in Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia (collaborator: Paul Wetzel, Smith College) 2010-02-28
Context-Dependent Deep Learning for Bird Recognition in Drone Survey Imagery 2021-06-30
An interdisciplinary approach to building data literacy in wildlife survey technologies 2021-08-31
The Maine Geospatial Institute--A statewide collaboration for workforce development, education, and research to facilitate economic growth 2021-12-31
Development of predictive models for identifying priority Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Coastal North America migratory stopover areas used by Monarch Butterflies (Danaus plexippus plexippus). 2020-12-31
Identification, characterization, and threat assessment of groundwater dependent ecosystems in the northeastern United States with an integrated GIS- and field survey-based approach 2023-09-30
Laying the groundwork for science-based management of colonial waterbirds 2021-12-31
Literature review and meta-analysis of rights-of-way management for native insect pollinators with focus on application in Maine and the northeastern U.S. 2021-04-30
Evaluation of representative bird species Landscape Capability models 2018-01-31
Increasing parameter accuracy of an agriculturally focused, spatially-explicit bee abundance model 2019-05-31
Name Degree Program Status Completion Date
McCullough, Ian Master's Completed Program 2012-07-31
Shearin, Amanda PhD Completed Program 2012-05-05
Schilling, Emily PhD Completed Program 2008-08-15
Parsons, Monika Master's Completed Program 2011-05-31
Nelson, Sarah PhD Completed Program 2006-12-31
McCloskey, Jon PhD Completed Program 2006-05-31
Kurth, Jennifer Master's Completed Program 2007-05-31
Kurth, Jennifer Master's Completed Program 2007-05-12
Guyette, Margaret Post Doc Completed Program 2013-10-18
Guyette, Margaret PhD Completed Program 2012-09-30
Groff, Luke PhD Completed Program 2016-12-31
Drahovzal, Sarah Master's Completed Program 2013-06-18
DeGoosh, Katie Master's Completed Program 2007-08-31
Danielson, Thomas PhD Completed Program 2010-05-31
Chalmers, Rebecca Master's Completed Program 2004-12-31
Bank, Micheal PhD Completed Program 2005-05-31
Lewis, Meredith Master's Active
Kline, Logan Master's Active
Snyder, Shawn PhD Active
Boxler, Brandon Master's Active
Vogel, Sarah PhD Active
Loman, Zachary Post Doc Completed Program 2018-08-30
Shaidani, Nikko-Ideen Master's Completed Program 2017-01-31
Homola, Jared PhD Completed Program 2018-08-31
McKnight, Alyson PhD Completed Program 2017-05-13
Wood, Connor Master's Completed Program 2016-03-31
Barrie, Abdulai Master's Completed Program 2016-05-30
Rolek, Brian PhD Completed Program 2019-01-09
Du Clos, Brianne Post Doc Active
Du Clos, Brianne PhD Completed Program 2019-05-11
Chapin, Shannon Master's Completed Program 2014-05-31
Presentations Presentation Date
Wood, C. S. McKinney, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Intraspecific functional diversity of common species enhances community stability. 6th annual SCCS-NY meeting of the American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, New York, NY, 7-9 October. 2015-10-07
Wood, C. S. McKinney, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Dynamics of small mammal communities. 9th Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering, Baxter State Park, Millinocket, ME, 6-8 November. 2015-11-07
Wood, C. S. McKinney, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Dynamics of alpine small mammal communities. 9th Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering, Baxter State Park, Millinocket, ME, 6-8 November. 2015-11-07
Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett,C.Loftin, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, A. Moody. 2016. Determining Vulnerability of Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas to Climate Change in the Northeastern United States. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, NC, 15-21 October. 2016-10-17
Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett, C.Loftin, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, A.T.Moody. 2016. Determining Vulnerability of Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas to Climate Change in the Northeastern United States. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the North American Congress of Conservation Biology, Madison, WI, 17-21 July. 2016-07-17
Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett, A.T.Moody, C.Loftin, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa. 2014. Determining Vulnerability of Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas to Climate Change in the Northeastern United States. Presentation at The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, October 25-30, Pittsburgh, PA. 2014-10-25
Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett, A.T.Moody, C.Loftin, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa. 2014. Determining Vulnerability of Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative to Climate Change. Presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Sutton, W.B., K. Barrett, A.T.Moody, C.Loftin, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa. 2013. Framework for Determining Vulnerability of Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative to Climate Change. Presentation at the 2013 Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation annual meeting, 24-26 July, Branchville, NJ. 2013-07-24
Sutton, W., C. S Loftin, K. Barrett, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2016. Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas: Navigating quantitative approaches and expert opinion to identify conservation areas and evaluate vulnerability. Seminar Series, University of Georgia, School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Athens, GA, 10 October. 2016-10-10
Snyder, S., C.S. Loftin, and A.S. Reeve. 2020. Mapping Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S. with the Maximum Entropy Algorithm (MaxENT). Presentation at the 2020 Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society. 28 September-2 October, moved to web conference platform. 2020-10-02
Snyder, S., C.S. Loftin, and A.S. Reeve. 2020. Mapping Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S. with the Maximum Entropy Algorithm (MaxENT). Poster presentation at the 2020 Spring Conference of the American Water Resources Association, Geospatial Water Technology Conference: Complex Systems. 4-13 August, moved to web conference platform 2020-08-13
Shaidani, N., M.T. Kinnison, C.S. Loftin, L.Welch, and B. Connery. 2014. The biogeographic origins and population structure of Maine’s island red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus). Poster to be presented at the 70th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 13-15 April, Portland, ME.  2014-04-13
Shaidani, N., M.T. Kinnison, C.S. Loftin, L.Welch, B. Connery, and P. deMaynadier. 2015. The biogeographic origins and population structure of Maine’s island red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus). 71st Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 19-21 April, Newport, RI. 2015-04-20
Shaidani, N., M. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. The biogeographic origins and population structure of Maine's island red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus). Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Wells Conference Center, Orono, ME, 25 March. 2015-03-25
Schilling, E.G., R.G. Butler, P.G. deMaynadier, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Predeation structured Odonata assemblages in fishless, Salmonid, and Centrarchid ponds in Maine. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Freshwater Science, 17-22 May, Milwaukee, WI. 2015-05-17
Rolek, B.W., D.J. Harrison, M.Hartley, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2016. Long-term effects of four silvicultural treatments on spruce-fir avian communities. Presentation at the 2016 North American Ornithological Conference, Washington, D.C. 2016-08-16
Rolek, B.W., D.J. Harrison, D.W. Linden, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2016. Long-term effects of forest harvesting on spruce-fir avian communities. Presented at the 2016 North America Congress for Conservation Biology, Madison,WI, 17-20 July. 2016-07-17
Rolek, B.W., D.J. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2017. Regenerating clearcuts and post-harvest treatments increase spruce-fir avian assemblages and richness in managed stands. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Albuquerque, NM, 23-27 September. 2017-09-23
Rolek, B.W., D. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2017. Workshop on spruce-fir birds, management, and habitat associations. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley, MA. 12 January. 2017-01-12
Rolek, B.W., C.S. Loftin, D.Harrison, and P.B.Wood. 2015. Effects of forrest management on avian abundance in spruce-fir forests of new England. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Wells Common, Orono, ME, 25 March. 2015-03-25
Rolek, B.W., C. Loftin, D. Harrison, and P. Wood. 2016. Softwood Forest Birds and Silviculture in Northern New England. Annual Meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. Poster. 2016-03-23
Rolek, B.W., C. Loftin, D. Harrison, and P. Wood. 2016. Softwood Forest Birds and Silviculture in Northern New England. Annual Meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
Rolek, B.W., C. Loftin, D. Harrison, and P. Wood. 2015. Methods, Data, Analysis, and Future Directions of the Northern New England Forest Birds Project. USFWS Migratory Bird Division. Hadley, MA, USA. 8 October. 2015-10-08
Rolek, B., C.S. Loftin, D. Harrison, and P.B. Wood. 2014. The influence of silviculture on New England bird communities in northern coniferous forests. Presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Rolek, B., C. Loftin, D. Harrison, P. Wood. 2015. Bay-breasted Warbler abundance and associations with forest management and vegetation in northern New England coniferous forests. Presentation at the Joint meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists, Society of Canadian Ornithologists, and the Wilson Ornithological Society, 15-19 July, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. 2015-07-15
Moody, A.T., C.S. Loftin, P.deMaynadier, B Sutton, K. Barrett, and P. Nanjappa. Assessing priority amphibian and reptile conservation areas in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Presentation at the 2013 Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation annual meeting, 24-26 July, Branchville, NJ. 2013-07-24
Moody, A.T., B. Sutton, C. Loftin, P. deMaynadier, K. Barrett, and P. Nanjappa. 2014. Assessing priority amphibian and reptile conservation areas in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative. 2014. Presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-14
Moody, A.T., B. Sutton, C. Loftin, P. deMaynadier, K. Barrett, and P. Nanjappa. 2013. Assessing priority amphibian and reptile conservation areas (PARCAs) in the NA-LCC and determining vulnerability of these areas to climate change. LCC Webinar, 29 August. 2013-08-29
McKnight, Aly, C.S. Loftin, And S.McKinney. 2016. Does reproduction incur long-term costs in a colonial seabird? Presentation at the Gulf of Maine Seabird Working Group Annual Winter Meeting, Bangor, ME. 7 March. 2016-03-07
McKnight, A., E. Blomberg, D. Irons, C. Loftin, and S. McKinney. 2017. Colony size influences fidelity in a colonial nesting seabird. Presentation at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Seabird Working Group, Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center, Tacoma, WA, 22-25 February. 2017-02-22
McKnight, A., C.S. Loftin, and S.T. McKinney. 2017. Universal drivers of seabird productivity: Patterns across two systems. Gulf of Maine Seabird Working Group Winter Meeting, Bangor, ME. 29 March. 2017-03-29
McKnight, A., C.S. Loftin, and S.T. McKinney. 2016. Individual, colony, and metapopulation level drivers of seabird colony dynamics.” Poster, Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
McKnight, A., C.S. Loftin, and S.. Mckinney. 2016. Does reproduction incur long-term costs in a colonial seabird? Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
McCarthy, E., A. Moody, C.S. Loftin, and P. deMaynadier. 2014. Effects of climate change and urbanization on core habitat for common Maine herpetofauna. Poster presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Looze, B.E., C.S. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2013. Characterization of native pollinator habitat in electric transmission easements of Washington County, Maine. Landscape-level conservation in Downeast Maine: collaborating for strategic effectiveness. Poster presented at the Schoodic Education and Research Center, Winter Harbor, ME, 23 October. 2013-10-23
Loman, Z.G., W.V. Deluca, D. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2017 Do representative forest songbirds effectively predict occurrence of ecologically similar species? 73rd Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 9-11 April, Norfolk, VA 2017-04-09
Loman, Z.G., E.J. Blomberg, W.V. Deluca, D.J. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B. Wood. 2016. Validating Landscape Capability as a Predictor of Upland Game Bird Abundance and Occurrence. Poster presentation at the Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, NC, 15-21 October. 2016-10-18
Loman, Z.G., D.Harrison, C.S. Loftin, and P.B.Wood. 2016. Evaluation of a fine-grained landscape conservation planning tool for songbird conservation in the Northeastern United States. To be presented at the North American Ornithological Conference in Washington, DC, 16-20 August. 2016-08-16
Loman, Z.G., D. Harrison, C.S.Loftin, and P.B.Wood. 2016. Validating predictions of upland game bird space use in multiple management contexts. Presentation at the 72nd Annual Meeting of Northeast Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Annapolis, MD, 3-6 April. 2016-04-04
Loman, Z.G., D. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2017. Workshop on representative species model analyses. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley, MA. 12 January. 2017-01-12
Loman, Z.G. Loftin, C.S., 2020. Update on the Colonial Waterbird Database. Gulf of Maine Seabird Working Group Meeting. March 25th . Remote. 2020-03-25
Loman, Z.G. Loftin, C.S., 2019. Web-Based Database for Interagency Sharing of Colonial Waterbird Survey Data.Waterbird Society Annual Meeting. Nov 7-10th. Princess Anne, Maryland. 2019-11-10
Loman, Z.G. Loftin, C.S., 2019. Web-Based Database for Interagency Sharing of Colonial Waterbird Survey Data.Atlantic Marine Bird Cooperative Meeting. Nov 7-8th. Princess Anne, Maryland. 2019-11-08
Loman, Z.G. Loftin, C.S., 2019. Web-Based Database for Interagency Sharing of Colonial Waterbird Survey Data.Atlantic Marine Bird Cooperative Meeting. Nov 7-8th. Princess Anne, Maryland. 2019-11-08
Loman, Z., W. Deluca, D.Harrison, C. Loftin, B. Rolek, and P.B.Wood. Identifying error in forest landscape capability models. 136th American Ornithological Society Meeting, 9-14 April, Tucson, AZ. 2018-04-15
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. Waterbird Project Presentation and Proposal Development. Coastal Big Data Hub Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 11-12 December. 2018-12-11
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. Using shinyR for web-based and interagency sharing of wildlife survey data. Presentation at the Joint Conference of the American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, Reno, NV, 29 September-3 October. 2019-09-29
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. The Colonial Waterbird Database Tool. Presentation at the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Partners in Flight/Shorebird/Waterbird Working Group at the 84th North American Wildlife and Natural resources Conference, Denver, CO. 2 March 2019. 2019-03-07
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. Presentation of the USGS Colonial Waterbird Database (CWDB) and Web Tool. Avian Conservation Database Management Workshop. Raleigh, NC. 4 April 2019. 2019-04-04
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. Colonial Waterbird Database (CWDB) and Web Tool Presentation. Atlantic Flyway Council Waterbird Committee. Plymouth, MA. 27 September. 2018-09-27
Loman, Z. and C.S. Loftin. 2019. Colonial Waterbird Database (CWDB) Web Tool Demonstration. Atlantic Flyway Committee Technical Section Waterbird Committee. Kitty Hawk, NC. 26 February 2019 2019-02-26
Loftin, C.S., and M.Q. Guyette. 2014. A Bayesian belief network assessment of vegetation spatial dynamics in response to fire in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, USA. Presentation at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 18-23 May, Portland, OR. 2014-05-19
Loftin, C.S., W. Sutton, P. deMaynadier, K. Barrett, A.T. Moody, and P.Nanjappa. 2015. Identifying Proposed Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) in the Northeastern United States. Presentation at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Lawrence, KS, 28 July-3 August. 2015-07-31
Loftin, C.S., W. Sutton, K. Barrett, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2017. Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas: Navigating quantitative approaches and expert opinion to identify conservation areas and evaluate vulnerability. Annual Meeting of the Maine Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Bangor, ME. 9 March. 2017-03-09
Loftin, C.S., W. Sutton, K. Barrett, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2017. Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas: Applying quantitative approaches and expert opinion to identify conservation areas and evaluate vulnerability. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Norfolk, VA, 9-11 April. 2017-04-09
Loftin, C.S., W. Sutton, K. Barrett, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2017. Combining quantitative approaches and expert opinion to identify Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) and evaluate vulnerability. Seminar Series, Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, University of Maine. Orono, ME. 13 February. 2017-02-13
Loftin, C.S., W. Sutton, K. Barrett, P. deMaynadier, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2016. Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas: Navigating quantitative approaches and expert opinion to identify conservation areas and evaluate vulnerability. Seminar Series, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of Maine. Orono, ME, 19 November. 2016-11-19
Loftin, C.S., M.A. Lewis, L. Kline, A. Revello, D.J.Hayes, and R. Turner. 2020. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Building Data Literacy in Wildlife Survey Technologies, presentation at the Remote Sensing and Machine Learning for Wildlife Survey Community of Practice Meeting, September 8, web format. 2020-09-09
Loftin, C.S., J.E. Kurth, and J.Rhymer. 2014. Experimental PIT-tagging and translocation of Yellow Lampmussels (Lampsilis cariosa), Tidewater Muckets (Leptodea ochracea), and Eastern Lampmussels (Lampsilis radiata radiata) for removal of the Fort Halifax Dam on the Sebasticook River, Maine. Presentation at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society 2014 Workshop, 24-25 April, Portland, ME. 2014-04-24
Loftin, C., W. Sutton, P.deMaynadier, K.Barrett, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2016. Modeling Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) in the Northeastern United States. Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, NC, October 15-21. 2016-10-17
Loftin, C., W. Sutton, P.deMaynadier, K.Barrett, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2016. Modeling Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) in the Northeastern United States. 2016 North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Madison, WI, 17-20 2016-07-17
Loftin, C., W. Sutton, P.deMaynadier, K.Barrett, P. Nanjappa, and A. Moody. 2016. Identifying Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) in the Northeastern United States. 72nd Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, Annapolis, MD, 3-5 April. 2016-04-03
Lewis, M., L. Kline, D.J. Hayes, and C.S. Loftin 2020. UMaine Gull and Cormorant Census Data and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV Project), Gulf of Maine Seabird Working Group Meeting, 25 March 25, online format. 2020-03-25
Lewis, M., L. Kline, A. Revello, D. Hayes, C.S. Loftin, and R. Turner. 2020. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Building Data Literacy in Wildlife Survey Technologies, University of Maine Board of Trustees Meeting, 27 January 27, Orono ME. 2020-01-27
Lewis, M. L. Kline, L. Maher, A. Guay, D. Sandilands, D. Hayes, and C. Loftin. 2020.Methodology for the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Colonial Waterbird Population Studies. presentation at the University of Maine Student Symposium, University of Maine, Orono, ME. rescehduled to 2 October, web format. 2020-10-02
Kundel, H., K. DeGoosh, C, Loftin, and E. Schilling. 2019. Are Chaoborus mandibles in lake sediments a reliable indicator of historical fish absence in post-glaciated regions of Maine and Minnesota?Annual Meeting of the Society of Freshwater Science, 19-23 May, Salt Lake City, UT. 2019-05-19
Kline, L., M. Lewis, A. Revello, L. Maher, C. Loftin, and D. Hayes. 2020. Using unmanned aerial vehicles and automated detection processes to monitor colonial seabirds on Maine's coastal islands. Presentation at the University of Maine Student Symposium, University of Maine, Oron, ME. 17 April. 2020-04-17
J.J. Homola, M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2016. Comparative population structure of vernal pool amphibians across a changing landscape. Poster. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
Homola, J.J., S.L. Belknap, K.R. Tanaka, C.S. Loftin, and M.T. Kinnison. 2017. Differential gene expression associated with epizootic shell disease infection in wild-caught American lobster. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, FL. 20-24 August. 2017-08-20
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2018. Landscape genetics reveals differing effects of urbanization for two sympatric pool-breeding amphibian species. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Freshwater Science, 20-24 May, Detroit, MI. 2018-05-20
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2017. Comparative population structure of two pool breeding amphibian species in an urbanizing landscape. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of Evolution, Portland, OR, 23-27 June. 2017-06-23
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2017. Comparative landscape genetics of two vernal pool amphibians in an urbanizing landscape. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 5-8 June. 2017-06-05
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2016. Comparative population structure of vernal pool amphibians across a changing landscape. Presentation at the Northeast Natural History Conference, Springfield, MA. 2016-04-22
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2016. Comparative population structure of vernal pool amphibians across a changing landscape. Presentation at the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2016. Comparative population structure of vernal pool amphibians across a changing landscape. Oral presentation at the University of Maine Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium, Bangor, ME. 27 April 27. 2016-04-27
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Ecoevolutionary responses of spatially structured species experiencing climatic changes. Harold W. Borns Symposium, University of Maine, Orono, ME, 9-10 April. 2015-04-09
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Comparative population structure of vernal pool amphibians in a developing landscape. 71st Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 19-21 April, Newport, RI. 2015-04-20
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinnison, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Adapting to transforming environments: consequences of climate change and urbanization on vernal pool amphibians. Maine Association of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Brunswick, ME, 24 March. 2015-03-24
Homola, J.J., M.T. Kinneson, C.S. Loftin, A.J.K. Calhoun, K.P.Bell, K.Capps, M.L. Hunter, D.M. Bauer, and E.J. Nelson. 2014. Of pools and people: application of vernal pool amphibian landscape genetics in a socio-environmental coupled-systems model. Poster presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Homola, J.J., K.M. Cammen, C.S. Loftin, C.C. Helbing, I.Birol, T.F. Schultz, and M.T. Kinnison. 2018. Replicated landscape genomic study design identifies evidence of local adaptation to urbanization in a pool-breeding amphibian species. Presentation at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, 5-10 August, New Orleans, LA. 2018-08-05
Homola, J. J., T.M. Waring, C.S. Loftin, and M.T. Kinnison. 2019. Effects of landscape spatial and temporal autocorrelation on likelihood of population recovery following environmental change. Presentation at the 2019 Evolution meeting, 21-25 June, Providence, RI. 2019-06-21
Harrison, D. J., B. W. Rolek, C.S. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2017. Effects of forest management practices in Acadian conifer forests on spruce-fir bird communities. Presentation to Irving Corporation Wildlife Biologists and Foresters and to the New Brunswick Forest Research Advisory Committee Advisory, Sainte Anne de Madawaska, New Brunswick, Canada, 30 May. 2017-05-30
Harrison, D. J., B. W. Rolek, C.S. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2017. Effects of forest management practices in Acadian conifer forests on forest bird communities, with emphasis on species of conservation priority. Presentation to Advisory Committee of Maine Cooperative Forestry Research Unit, Orono, Maine. 12 April. 2017-04-12
Hanes, S.P., B. Du Clos, S.P., Groff, S.C., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2016. When farming is like fishing: Lessons from the BeeMapper. Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions Seminar, Orono, ME. 15 February. 2016-02-15
Guyette, M.Q. and C.S. Loftin. 2013. A Bayesian belief network assessment of vegetation succession and spatial dynamics in response to fire and hydrological conditions in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, USA. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Ameica, August 4-9, Minneapolis, MN. 2013-08-04
Groff, L.A., C.S. Loftin, and A.J.K.Calhoun. 2015. Habitat selection by pool-breeding amphibians in Maine's montane landscape. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Wells Conference Center, University of Maine, Orono,ME, 25 March. 2015-03-25
Groff, L.A., C.S. Loftin, and A.J.K. Calhoun. 2015. Predictors of breeding site occupancy by pool-breeding amphibians in Maine's wetland-limited, montane landscapes. 9th Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering, Baxter State Park, Millinocket, ME, 6-8 November 2015. 2015-11-07
Groff, L.A., C.S. Loftin, and A.J.K. Calhoun. 2015. Local- and landscape-scale predictors of breeding site occupancy by pool-breeding amphibians in wetland-limited, montane landscapes. Presentation at the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists Annual Meeting, 15-19 July, Reno, NV. 2015-07-15
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2015.Habitat features mediate wood frog hibernaculum microclimate. North Carolina Congress of Herpetology Meeting, Asheboro, NC, 1-3 May. 2015-05-01
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Habitat features mediate wood frog hibernaculum microclimate. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists Annual Meeting, 15-19 July, Reno, NV. 2015-07-15
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2015. Habitat features mediate wood frog hibernaculum microclimate. 9th Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering, Baxter State Park, Millinocket, ME, 6-8 November 2015. 2015-11-07
Groff, L.A., A.J.K. Calhoun, and C.S. Loftin. 2013. Hibernation ecology of Lithobates sylvaticus in Maine's montane landscape. Northeast Natural History Conference, 13-15 April, Springfield, MA. 2013-04-13
Groff, L.A., C.S. Loftin, and A.J.K. Calhoun. 2014. Hibernation ecology of Lithobates sylvaticus in Maine's montane landscape. Presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Groff, A.J.K. Calhoun, C.S. Loftin. 2015. Habitat features mediate wood frog hibernaculum microclimate. Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit 2015-03-25
DuClos, B.L., S.P. Hanes, C.S. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2014. Wild Blueberry Commission Advisory Board Meeting, Brunswick, ME, November 2014-11-01
DuClos, B.L., S. Hanes, C.S. Loftin, F. Drummond. 2014. A web-based tool for grower assessment of native bee abundance in the wild blueberry production landscape. Presentation at the 1 December Maine EPSCoR State Conference, Wells Conference Center, Orono, ME. (poster) 2014-12-01
DuClos, B., S.P. Hanes, C.S. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2015. Honey bees and the landscape: Choosing an optimal apiary site. Maine state beekeepers association, Hampden, ME, 14 November. 2015-11-14
DuClos, B., S.P. Hanes, C.S. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2015. A web-based tool for grower assessment of native bee abundance in the wild blueberry production landscape. Maine State Wild Blueberry Growers meeting, Bangor, ME, March 15. 2015-03-15
DuClos, B., S.P. Hanes, C.S. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2015. A web-based tool for grower assessment of native bee abundance in the wild blueberry production landscape. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Coordinating Committee Meeting, Wells Conference Center, Orono, ME, 25 March. 2015-03-25
DuClos, B. L., C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond.2017. Wild bee communities in non-crop land cover in Maine’s (USA) wild blueberry production landscape. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, 6-11 August. 2017-08-06
DuClos, B. C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond. 2017. Improving parameterization of a predictive bee abundance model in a complex landscape. Presentation at the Annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Denver, CO. 5-8 November. 2017-11-05
Du Clos, B.E., C.S. Loftin, and F.Drummond. 2014. Native bee communities in electric transmission easements of Washington County, Maine. Poster presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Du Clos, B., S. Hanes, C. Loftin, F. Drummond, and S.Groff. 2015. Development of a Pollinator Habitat Assessment Tool in Maine’s Wild Blueberry Landscape. presentation at the 2015 Northeast Natural History Conference, Springfield, MA, April 18-20. 2015-04-18
Du Clos, B., S. Hanes, C. Loftin, F. Drummond, and S.Groff. 2015. Development of a Pollinator Habitat Assessment Tool in Maine’s Wild Blueberry Landscape. presentation at the 2015 Maine Sustainability and Water Conference, Augusta, Me, March 31. 2015-03-31
Du Clos, B., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2016. Wild bee communities in non-crop land cover in the Maine (USA) wild blueberry landscape. XXV International Congress of Entomology. Orlando, FL. 26-30 September 2016-09-29
Du Clos, B., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2016. Wild bee communities in non-crop land cover in the Maine (USA) wild blueberry landscape. 2016 International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health, and Policy. University Park, PA. Poster. 2016-07-21
Du Clos, B., Hanes, S.P., Groff, S.C., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2016. A tool for grower assessment of wild bee abundance in the Maine wild blueberry landscape. Colby Conference on Community, Culture, and Conservation. Waterville, ME. 7-9 April. Poster. 2016-04-07
Du Clos, B., Hanes, S.P., Groff, S.C., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2015. BeeMapper: a tool for grower assessment of wild bee abundance. Wild Blueberry Research and Extension Workers 2015 Annual Conference. Bar Harbor, ME, 13 October. 2015-10-13
Du Clos, B., Hanes, S.P., Groff, S.C., Loftin, C.S., and F.A. Drummond. 2015. A tool for grower assessment of wild bee abundance in the Maine wild blueberry landscape. Student Conference on Conservation Science. New York, NY. 7-9 October. Poster. 2015-10-07
Du Clos, B., C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond. 2016. Where the wild bees are: how wild bees use Maine’s landscape. UMaine Student Research Symposium, Bangor, ME. 2016-04-27
Du Clos, B., C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond. 2016. Landscape pattern and native bee communities in the northeastern U.S. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
Du Clos, B., C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond. 2016. Landscape pattern and native bee communities in the northeastern U.S. Poster Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit's Coordinating Committee Meeting, Orono, ME. 23 March. 2016-03-23
Du Clos, B., C.S. Loftin, F. Drummond, and P. deMaynadier. 2020. Rights-of-way management for native insect pollinators in the northeastern USA: literature meta-analysis and preliminary summary of Maine’s bumblebee and butterfly roadside surveys. Presentation to the Maine Department of Transportation, 30 march, web format. 2020-03-30
Du Clos, B., C.S. Loftin, F. Drummond, and P. deMaynadier. 2018. Rights-of-way management for native insect pollinators in the northeastern USA: literature meta-analysis and preliminary summary of Maine’s bumblebee and butterfly roadside surveys. Presentation at the Northeastern Transportation and Wildlife Conference. 9-12 September, Amherst, MA. 2018-09-09
Drahovzal, S., C.S. Loftin, and J.Rhymer. 2013. Environmental conditions of wetlands hosting the endangered butterfly Lycaena dorcas claytoni. Presentation at the Northeast Natural History Conference, 13-15 April, Springfield, MA. 2013-04-13
Chapin, S.J., C.S. Loftin, and F.Drummond. 2014. Effects of landsacpe pattern and arrangement on native bee abundance in Maine's wild blueberries. Presentation at the 70th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, April 13-15, Portland, ME. 2014-04-13
Chapin, S., C.S. Loftin, and F. Drummond. 2013. Assessing the Effect of Landscape Pattern and Arrangement on Native Bee Abundance in Maine’s Blueberry Fields, Poster Presentation at the Northeast Natural History Conference, April 13-15, Springfield, MA. 2013-04-13
Chapin, S., C. Loftin, and F. Drummond. The application of spatial modeling tools to assess the effect of landscape pattern and arrangement on native bee abundance in Maine's wild blueberries. Poster presentation at the 2013 International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health, and Policy, August 14-17, Penn State University, University Park, PA. 2013-08-14
Boxler, B., C.S. Loftin, and W.Sutton. 2019. Monitoring Monarch Butterfly Migration: Roost Sites on the Southward Journey. presentation in the Friends of Edith Marion Patch Randall Alford Memorial Lecture, 2 November, University of Maine, Orono, ME. 2019-11-02
Boxler, B., C.S. Loftin, and W.B. Sutton. 2019. Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) migration roost site selection and viability: App demonstration and hands-on activity. Dexter High School, Dexter Maine. 2 may 2019. 2019-05-02
Boxler, B., C.S. Loftin, and W.B. Sutton. 2019. Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) migration roost site selection and viability. Presentation at the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies annual meeting, 14-16 April, Groton, CT. 2019-04-14
Boxler, B., C.S. Loftin, and W.B. Sutton. 2018. Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) roost site selection and viability during fall migration east of the Appalachian Mountains. Poster presentation, 2018 Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York, The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, 24-26 October. New York, New York. 2018-10-24
Barrie, A., Loftin, C. and Zydlewski, J. 2016. Changes in fish assemblages and chimpanzee communities after completion of the Bumbuna hydroelectric dam, northern Sierra Leone, West Africa. Annual meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. March 25. 2016-03-23
Barrie, A., Loftin, C. and Zydlewski, J. 2016. Changes in fish assemblages after completion of the Bumbuna hydroelectric dam, northern Sierra Leone, West Africa. Annual meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. March 25. 2016-03-23
Barrie, A., Loftin, C. and Zydlewski, J. (2015). Influence of dam construction on chimpanzee distribution, abundance, and nest characteristics in the Bumbuna Hydroelectric Project, Northern Sierra Leone, West Africa. Annual meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. March 25. 2015-03-25
Barrie, A., Loftin, C. and Zydlewski, J. (2015) Changes in fish assemblages after completion of the Bumbuna hydroelectric dam, northern Sierra Leone, West Africa. Annual meeting of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. March 25. 2015-03-25
Barrie, A., Loftin, C. and Zydlewski, J. (2014) Changes in fish assemblages after completion of the Bumbuna hydroelectric dam on the Seli –Rokel River in Sierra Leone, West Africa. 144th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Québec City, Canada. August 17-21. 2014-08-17
Barrie, A., C.S. Loftin, and J. Zydlewski. 2015. Conservation status of western chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes verus) in the Bumbuna hydroelectric project, northern Sierra Leone, following impoundment by the dam. 6th annual SCCS-NY meeting of the American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, New York, NY, 7-9 October. 2015-10-07
Technical Publications Publication Date
Zydlewski, J. and C.S. Loftin. 2008. Using dendrochonology and stable isotopes to document historical deposition of marine derived nutrients in the Penobscot River Basin, Maine, Report to Penobscot Indian Nation, 4 pp. 2008-03-31
Schilling, E.G., C.S. Loftin, and A.D. Huryn. 2008. Effects of fish introductions on the geographic distribution and native invertebrate fauna of naturally fishless lakes in Maine. A Technical Summary Submitted to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. 2008-09-30
Rolek, B., D. Harrison, C. Loftin, and P. Wood. 2016. Bird communities of coniferous forests in the Acadian region; their habitat associations and responses to forest management. Annual report to the Cooperative Forestry Research Unit. 14pp. 2016-12-31
Rolek, B. W., D. Harrison, C. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2018. Influence of harvest treatments, vegetation, and edges on abundance of breeding spruce-fir avian species in regenerating forested stands. USGS annual report. West Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. 2018-12-31
Rolek, B. W., D. Harrison, C. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2018. Influence of harvest treatments, vegetation, and edges on abundance of breeding spruce-fir avian species in regenerating forested stands. USGS annual report. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. 2018-12-31
RWO 47: Fish hosts, population structure, and landscape control of the distribution of two rare Atlantic slope freshwater mussels in Maine. USGS-State Partnership Program 2005-09-30
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. 2003-05-31
Okefenokee Swamp post-fire vegetation assessment, report provided to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge as part of the post-fire management and recovery program. 22 pp. 2007-07-31
McCloskey, J.T., and C. S. Loftin. 2006. Final report for Research Work Order 44, Southeastern Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative: Modeling vegetation succession and species-habitat relationships in the Okefenokee Swamp. Prepared as Ph.D. dissertation (J.T. McCloskey, Evaluating effects of fire management policy on vegetation communities in the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, 232 pp.) 2006-09-30
Loman, Z., D. Harrison, C.S. Loftin, P.B. Wood. 2016. Evaluation of representative bird species’ Landscape Capability models developed by the Designing Sustainable Landscapes project in the 13-state, northeastern region of the United States. Annual report of project activity to the USFWS. 7 pp. 2016-12-31
Loftin, C.S., and M. Bank. 2001. Literature synthesis of the effects of forest management activities on riparian biota of Northeastern North America. CFRU Research Note 01-01:1-4. 2001-04-30
Loftin, C.S., M.S. Bank, J. Hagan, and D. Siegal. 2000. Wildlife use of forested riparian areas in New England. Abstract, University of Maine Cooperative Forestry Research Unit Forestry & the Riparian Zone Conference, 26 October 2000, Orono, ME. 2000-10-31
Loftin, C.S., M. Bank, J. Hagan, and D. Siegel. 2001. Literature synthesis of the effects of forest management activities on riparian and in-stream biota of New England. UMaine CFRU Research Report 01-01 and Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Misc Report 425. 78 pp. 2000-12-31
Loftin, C.S., J. Zydlewski, and A.Elskus. 2008. Examination of mercury contamination in northern two-lined salamanders and slimy sculpin inhabiting watersheds in coastal Maine, Report to Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, 15 pp 2008-03-31
Loftin, C.S., J. McCloskey, W.M. Kitchens, and M. Dusek. Changes in vegetation distributions in the lower Savannah River tidal marsh following removal of a tidal flap gate. Final Report to the USFWS RWO 41 Savannah River marsh conversion and spatial vegetation succession model assessment, 42 pp. 2003-02-28
Loftin, C.S., A.D Huryn, E.G. Schilling, and K.E. DeGoosh. 2008. Environmental factors associated with unique lake communities in Maine, Report to Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, 9 pp. 2008-03-31
Loftin, C.S. and R.Carey. 2012. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2011 Annual Report to Cooperators. 57 pp. 2012-01-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2020. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2019 Annual Report to Cooperators. 64 pp. 2020-01-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2019. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2018 Annual Report to Cooperators. 64 pp. 2018-12-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2018. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2017 Annual Report to Cooperators. 50 pp. 2017-12-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2017. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2016 Annual Report to Cooperators. 50 pp. 2016-12-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2016. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2015 Annual Report to Cooperators. 50 pp. 2015-12-31
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2014. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2013 Annual Report to Cooperators. 50 pp. 2014-02-28
Loftin, C.S, R.Carey, and K. Goodine. 2013. The Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and University of Maine Department of Wildlife Ecology 2012 Annual Report to Cooperators. 57 pp. 2013-01-31
Loftin, C., K. Beard, R. Church. 2018. Maine Geospatial Institute web page, https://academics.maine.edu/mgi-home/ 2018-01-31
Loftin, C. S. 2005. Landscape control of the distribution of two rare Atlantic slope freshwater mussels in Maine, the yellow lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa) and the tidewater mucket (Leptodea ochracea). Final report to USGS-State Partnership Program, Research Work Order 47, 50 pp. 2005-09-30
Krohn, W.B., and C.S. Loftin (eds.). 2003. Departmetn of Wildlife Ecology and Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit 2002 annual report to unit cooperators. 2003-12-31
Krohn, W.B., and C.S. Loftin (compilers and editors). 2005. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology - 2005 Report to Cooperators. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono, ME. 54 pp. 2006-02-28
Krohn, W., and C.S. Loftin, eds. 2010. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology 2008 Annual report to Cooperators, 43 pp. 2010-03-31
Krohn, W. and C. S. Loftin. 2010. Department of Wildlife Ecology and Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Report to Cooperators. 49pp. 2011-01-31
Krohn, W. B., and C. S. Loftin (compilers and editors). 2009. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology. 2008 Report to Cooperators. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. 43 pp. 2009-02-28
Krohn, W. B., and C. S. Loftin (compilers and editors). 2003. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology - 2002 Report to Cooperators. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono, ME. 52 pp. 2003-01-31
Krohn, W. B., and C. S. Loftin (compilers and editors). 2007. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Department of Wildlife Ecology. 2006 Report to Cooperators. Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Maine, Orono. 43 pp. 2007-01-31
Hierl, L., C.S. Loftin, J. Longcore, and D. McAuley. 2003. A multivariate assessment of wetland habitat conditions in Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Maine. Final project report for RWO 43 Hydrological assessment of Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge Impoundments, 163 pp. 2003-12-31
Du Clos, B., C. S. Loftin, F. Drummond, and P. deMaynadier. 2020. Literature Review: Pollinator Habitat Management Along Rights-of-Way, Progress report, June 2019-March 2020. 2020-03-31
Du Clos, B. C. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2017. BeeMapper web page. https://umaine.edu/beemapper/ 2017-12-31
Du Clos, B. C. Loftin, and F.A. Drummond. 2017. BeeMapper tool Quick reference Guide. https://umaine.edu/beemapper/wp-content/uploads/sites/353/2017/07/BeeMapper-Quick-Guide-for-Web.pdf 2017-12-31
Boxler, B., and C. Loftin. Monarch Model Validator web page. https://umaine.edu/mainecoopunit/monarch-model-validator/ 2019-08-31
Bank, M.S., T.A. Haines, and C.S. Loftin. 2001. Preliminary estimates of habitat use and mercury content of two-lined salamanders in Acadia National Park, Maine. Abstract, Maine Water Conference, Augusta, ME. 2001-05-31
Bank, M.S., C.S. Loftin, and A. Amirbahman. 2004. Mercury bioaccumulation in green frog (Rana calmitans) and bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) tadpoles from Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. Final project report to the Declining Amphibian Population Task Force. 2004-06-30
Bank, M.S., C.S. Loftin, and A. Amirbahman. 2004. Mercury bioaccumulation in green frog (Rana calmitans) and bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) tadpoles from Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. Final project report to USGS Maine Water Research Institute, University of Maine, Orono 2004-06-30
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. 2003-06-30
Annual Progress Report for State Wildlife Grant ?Habitat selection, relocations, and fish hosts of the yellow lampmussel and tidewater mucket in Maine?, 7 pp. 2007-07-31
2007. Annual Progress Report for State Wildlife Grant ?Habitat selection, relocations, and fish hosts of the yellow lampmussel and tidewater mucket in Maine?, 7 pp. 2007-07-31
2007. Annual Progress Report for State Wildlife Grant ?Environmental factors associated with unique lake communities in Maine?, 8 pp. 2007-07-31
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) 2004-12-31