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

Missouri Staff Member


Dr. Elisabeth Webb

Lisa Webb

Assistant Unit Leader
Phone: (573) 882 - 2591
Email: webbli@missouri.edu
Personal website

Education

  • Ph D Texas Tech University 2006
  • MS Southern Illinois University - Carbondale 2002
  • BA Washington and Lee University 1999

Biography

I am the Assistant Unit Leader - Wildlife with the Missouri Coop Unit. I am originally from upstate New York and received my degrees from Washington and Lee University, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale and Texas Tech University.

Research Publications Publication Date
Williams, C.K., B.D. Dugger, M.G. Brasher, J.M. Coluccy, D.M. Cramer, J.M. Eadie,M.J. Gray. H.H. Hagy, M. Livolsi, S.R. McWilliams, M. Petrie, G.J. Soulliere, J.M. Tirpak and E.B. Webb. 2014. Estimating energetic carrying capacity for migrating and wintering waterfowl: Considerations, pitfalls and improvements. Wildfowl 4:407-435. October 2014
Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2010. Effects of Local and Landscape Variables on Wetland Bird Habitat Use During Migration Through the Rainwater Basin. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:109-119. January 2010
Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2010. Community Structure of Wetland Birds During Spring Migration Through the Rainwater Basin. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:765-777. May 2010
Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2011. Factors Influencing Behavior of Wetland Birds During Spring Migration in the Rainwater Basin. Waterbirds 34:457-467 December 2011
Webb, E.B. and R.W. Johnson. 2010. Effects of Mechanical Manipulation and Time on Lead Pellet Distribution in Wetlands. Proc. Annu. Conf. S. E. Assoc. Fish & Wildlife Agencies 64:101-105 December 2010
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, and A.A. Bishop. 2013. Diet and food selection of female mallards and blue-winged teal during spring migration. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:63-74. June 2013
Tapp, J.L., M.M. Weegman, E.B. Webb, R.M. Kaminski and J.B. Davis. 2018. Waterbird communities and seed biomass in managed and non-managed restored wetlands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Restoration Ecology May 2018
Tapp, J.L. and E.B. Webb. 2015. Aquatic invertebrate response to habitat management at Wetland Reserve Program easements in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 35:183-192. January 2015
Stafford, J. D., A. K. Janke, E. B. Webb, and S. R. Chipps. 2016. Invertebrates in Managed Waterfowl Marshes. Pages 565-600 in D. Batzer and D. Boix, editors. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An international perspective on their ecology. Springer. April 2016
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, and E.B. Webb. Reducing Lead Poisoning in Wildlife and Associated Human Health Risks. January 2019
Schepker, T.J., T. LaGrange and E.B. Webb. In review. Are waterfowl food resources limited during spring migration? An energetic assessment of playas in Nebraska's Rainwater Basin June 2018
Schepker, T.J., E. B. Webb, D. Tillitt and T. LaGrange . 2020. Neonicotinoid insecticides in agricultural wetlands and associations with aquatic invertebrate communities. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 287:106678 January 2020
Satowski, L.E., K.W. Goyne, S.H. Anderson, R.L. Lerch, E.B. Webb and D.D. Snow. In review. Imidacloprid sorption and transport in cropland, grass buffer and riparian buffer soils. Vadose Zone Journal January 2018
O’Daniels, S.D., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb and S.J. Werner. 2018. Light reflectance of decayed wood varies by decay fungi: implications for woodpecker visual cues. April 2018
O’Daniels, S.D., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb and S.J. Werner. 2017. Functional visual sensitivity to ultraviolet wavelengths in the Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) and its influence on foraging substrate. Physiology & Behavior 174:144-154. June 2017
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb. K.W. Goyne, B.M. Svoma and S. Guatam. 2019. Using climate model output data in ecological experiments: a Great Plains case study. Ecosphere September 2019
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb, D.A. Haukos, and K.W. Goyne. 2020. Projected climate and land use changes drive plant community composition in agricultural wetlands. Environmental and Experimental Botany 175 (2020) 104039. April 2020
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb, D.A. Haukos, F.B. Fritschi and K.W. Goyne. 2020. Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crusgalli) emergence and growth in a changing climate in Great Plains wetlands. Wetlands Ecology and Management https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-019-09693-0 January 2020
Olmstead, V.G., E.B. Webb, and R.W. Johnson. 2013. Moist-soil seed biomass and species richness on Wetland reserve Program easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 33:197-206. January 2013
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2020. Reduced species richness of native bees in field margins associated with neonicotinoid concentrations in non-target soils. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 287:106693 January 2020
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2019. Field-level characteristics influence wild bee functional guilds on public lands managed for conservation. March 2019
Main, A.R., M.L. Hladik, E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne and D. Mengel. 2020. Beyond pesticides - wild pollinators are exposed to a range of pesticides while foraging in agroecosystems. Science of the Total Environment November 2020
Main, A.R., E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne and D. Mengel. 2018. Neonicotinoid insecticides negatively affect performance measures of non-target terrestrial arthropods: a meta-analysis. Ecological Applications 28:1232-1244. July 2018
MacPherson, M.P., E.B. Webb. A. Raedeke, D. Mengel and F. Nelson. A review of Bayesian belief networks as a decision-support tool for wetland conservation: investigating the potential for water birds as umbrella taxa August 2018
LaRose, J., E.B. Webb, and D. Finke. 2020. Comparing native bee communities on reconstrcuted and remnant prairie in Missouri. The Prairie Naturalist December 2020
LaRose, J., E.B. Webb, and D. Finke. 2019. Comparing grasshopper communities on tallgrass prairie reconstructions and remnants in Missouri. Insect Conservation and Diversity August 2019
Kuechle, K.J., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel and A.R. Main. 2019. Factors influencing neonicotinoid insecticide concentrations in floodplain wetlands sediments across Missouri. Environmental Science and Technology August 2019
Kesler, D.C., A.H Raedeke, J.R. Foggia, W.S. Beatty, E.B. Webb, D.D. Humburg, and LW. Naylor. 2014. Effects of satellite transmitters on captive and free-ranging mallards. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:557-565. September 2014
Kesler, D.C, E.B. Webb, and J.R. Walters. Conservation Tools and Strategies, Chapter 27 in Ornithology: Foundation, Critique and Application. August 2018
Holtswarth, J.N., F.E. Rowland, H.J. Puglisc, M.L. Hladik, and E.B. Webb. 2019. Effects of the neonicotinoid pesticide clothianidin on southern leopard frog (Lithobates sphenocephalus) tadpole behavior. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 103:717-712. November 2019
Fowler, D.N., K.J. Kuechle, B.A. Woodall, M.P. Vrtiska and E.B. Webb. 2018. Evaluating indices of lipid and protein contentin lesser snow and Ross' geese during spring migration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 42: 295-303. June 2018
Fowler, D.N., E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2020. Condition Bias of Decoy-Harvested Light Geese During the Conservation Order. The Journal of Wildlife Management 84:33-44. January 2020
Fowler, D.N., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska and K.A. Hobson. 2020. Winter carry over effects on spring body condition in a long distant migrant and implications for survival: a test using lesser snow geese. Avian Conservation and Ecology December 2020
Farmer, J. A., E.B. Webb, R.A. Pierce and K.W. Bradley. 2017. Influence of waterfowl migration on weed seed distribution. Pest Management Science December 2017
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, C.H. Nilon, and S.A. Wilhelm Stanis. 2014. Migratory bird hunter opinions regarding future management strategies for controlling light goose populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:728-733. December 2014
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on waterfowl behavior and energy expenditure during spring migration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 40:694-704 December 2016
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. 2015. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on non-target waterfowl distribution during spring migration. Wildlife Biology 21:88-97. January 2015
Davis, J.B., L. Webb, R.M. Kaminski, P.J. Barbour, and F.J. Vilella. 2014. Comprehensive Framework for Ecological assessment of the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Southeastern Naturalist 13(4): G66-G81. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.013.0419 | Abstract December 2014
Brennan, E.K., L.M. Smith, D.A. Haukos, and T.G. LaGrange. 2005. Short-term Response of Wetland Birds to Prescribed Burning in Rainwater Basin Wetlands. Wetlands 25:667-674. September 2005
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, R.L. Bauer, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2019. Space use, forays and habitat selection in California Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis occidentalis): new insights from high resolution GPS tracking. Forest Ecology and Management | Abstract April 2019
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. Multi-scale habitat selection by Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in a fire-prone forest. Biological Conservation 241:108348 January 2020
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2020. Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) home range, movement and forays revealed by GPS-tracking. Journal of Raptor Research December 2020
Blakey, R.V., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, R.B. Siegel, D. Corcoran Barrios, and J.M. Johnson. 2019. Bats in a changing landscape: linking occupancy and traits of a diverse montane bat community to fire regime. Ecology and Evolution May 2019
Blakey, R.V., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, R.B. Siegel, D. Corcoran Barrios, J.S. Cole and J.M. Johnson. 2021. Scale dependent influences of forest cover and fire on bat richness in a fire-maintained coniferous forest. Landscape Ecology January 2021
Beringer, C.J., K.W. Goyne, R.L. Lerch, E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. 2020. Clothianidin decomposition in Missouri wetland soils. Journal of Environmental Quality | Abstract November 2020
Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. Landscape effects on mallard habitat selection at multiple scales during the non-breeding season. Landscape Ecology 29:989-1000. April 2014
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. The role of protected area wetlands in waterfowl habitat conservation: implications for protected area network design. Biological Conservation 176:144-152. June 2014
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2013. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to identifying migration chronology in a continental migrant. PLoS ONE 8(10):e75673. October 2013
Beatty, W. S., E. B. Webb, D. C. Kesler, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. 2015. An empirical test of a continental management strategy: do landscape energetic models predict waterfowl space use during the non-breeding period? Journal of Wildlife Management September 2015
Beatty, W. S., D. C. Kesler, E. B. Webb, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. How will predicted land use change affect waterfowl spring stopover ecology? Inferences from an agent-based model September 2017
Project Completion Date
Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Distribution, Habitat Use and Nesting Efforts of Secretive Marsh Birds in Missouri June 2016
Linking waterfowl distribution and abundance to spatial and June 2016
Development of fish and amphibian rapid assessment protocols June 2016
Movements and habitat selection of mid-continent mallards December 2013
Activities and behavior of participants and geese during the Light Goose Conservation Action in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. September 2013
Does a copper-nitrate synergy drive algal blooms and toxicity in Sierra Nevada Lakes? July 2024
Quantifying secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle: a meta-analysis June 2021
Assessing the Biotic Community of Wetland Reserve Program Restorations in Western Kentucky and Tennessee June 2022
Evaluating the role of Wetland Reserve Program easements in providing for multiple ecosystem functions June 2022
Agent-based modeling of movements and habitat selection of mid-continent mallards January 2021
Playa wetlands: Ecosystem function and Potential risk in a Changing Climate May 2019
Using agent-based waterfowl movement models to identify conservation solutions to large scale environmental variation and land use change September 2014
Evaluation of grassland restoration efforts on invertebrate communities in Missouri June 2018
Bat occupancy patterns as a function of wildlife and forest restoration activities December 2019
Determine concentrations and persistence of imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiamethoxam in terrestrial agricultural settings on Missouri public areas June 2019
Prevalence of neonicotinoid insecticides on MDC intensively managed wetland areas and surrounding landscapes with a focus on impacts to aquatic invertebrates June 2019
Identification of summer habitat of the federally endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) and three other bat species of special concern within the Ozark - Central Recovery Unit; with application for landscape distribution use. December 2016
Which geese are being harvested? Body condition of lesser snow (Chen caerulescens caerulescens) and Ross’s Geese (C. rossii) harvested by different methods during the light goose conservation order. December 2019
Hicks, David
Master's
dphzn6@gmail.com

LaRose, Joseph
Master's
jplgy9@mizzou.edu

Leach, Brett
Master's
BrettLeach@alumni.uwsp.edu

Podoliak, Jon
PhD
jmpk96@mail.missouri.edu

Ruso, Gabrielle
PhD
gerw66@missouri.edu

Viegut, Reid
Master's
rav3pt@missouri.edu

Presentations Presentation Date
William S. Beatty, Dylan C. Kesler, Elisabeth B. Webb, Andrew H. Raedeke, Luke W. Naylor, Dale D. Humburg. Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Identifying Migration Chronology in a Continental Migrant. Presented at the American Ornothologist's Union meeting, Chicago, IL 2013 August 2013
Weller et al. 2020. Using an agent-based model to understand the role of landscape composition on wintering mallard body condition, movements and survival. The Wildlife Society Conference September 2020
Weller et al. 2020. Agent-based modeling of wintering mallards in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley January 2020
Webb, EB and D.C. Kesler. Using agent-based waterfowl movements to identify conervation solutions to environmental varaitation and land-use change. Mississippi Flyway COuncil Meeting, July 2013 July 2013
Webb, E.B., D. Mengel, A. Raedeke, F. Nelson, M. MacPherson and E. Hill. 2019. Incorporating avian species of conservation concern into wetland management practices: tradeoffs and opportunities. Society of Wetland Scientists Conference June 2019
Webb, E.B., A. Fournier and D.C. Mengel. Marvelous Marshbirds. The Conservationist Magazine (published by Missouri Department of Conservation) October 2017
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Modeling mallard and American black duck movement as a function of energetic surfaces. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. January 2014
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. How will predicted land use change affect mallard spring migration stopover ecology? Inferences from an agent-based model February 2016
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Effects of landscpae energetics on mallard and American black duck movement October 2014
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Effects of landscpae energetics on mallard and American black duck movement February 2016
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M. Vrtiska, and A. Bishop. 2013. Diet and Food Selection of Female Mallards and Blue-winged Teal During Spring Migration. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Tapp, J. and E.Webb. Effects of Management on Aquatic Invertebrate Biomass, Production, and Community Composition at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley June 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2013. Waterfowl and Shorebird Use of Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2013. Dynamics of Waterfowl Food Availability at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2012. Dynamics of Waterbird Use and Food Availability at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Smith, D., E.B. Webb, S. Amelon, and S. Marquardt. Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) maternity roost site selection at national wildlife refuges in northern Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference February 2019
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, M. Morgan, C.J. Lie, D.M. Hall and E.B. Webb. Attitudes of natural resource professionals about voluntary use of nonlead hunting ammunition. January 2020
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, E.B. Webb, C.J. Li and D.M. Hall. Communication strategies for reducing lead poisoning risks in wildlife and humans. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference October 2021
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, D.M. Hall and E.B. Webb. Staff Perceptions of Factors Influencing a Program Encouraging Voluntary Use of Nonlead Deer Hunting Ammunition April 2020
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, C.J. Li, M. Morgan, E.B. Webb and D.M. Hall. Assessment of a voluntary nonlead ammunition outreach program on midwestern National Wildlife Refuges. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference October 2021
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, C.J. Li and E.B. Webb. Encouraging Voluntary Use of Nonlead Ammunition on National Wildlife Refuges: Factors Influencing Program Support by Field Staff April 2020
Schepker, T.S., and E. Webb. 2014. Neonicotinoid Insecticides and Wetland Bird Ecology. Semi Annual Missouri Audubon Society Meeting, Lake Ozark, Missouri, USA. September 2014
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, J. Tapp, E. Webb. 2016. Are local site conditions or landscape structure more important in predicting waterbird distribution? Testing competing hypotheses across the non-breeding season August 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2017. Is Food Availability a Limited Resource for Waterfowl During Spring Migration? An Energetic Assessment of Playas in Nebraska’s Rainwater Basin. 77th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. February 2017
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating the relationship between local food availability and wetland landscape structure in determining dabbling duck habitat use during migration. North American Duck Symposium 7, Annapolis, Maryland, USA. February 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating the Relationship between Food Availability and Landscape Structure in Determining Waterfowl Habitat use during Spring Migration. The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. October 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating Spring Food Resource Phenology For Dabbling Ducks In the Nebraska Rainwater Basin, USA. North American Duck Symposium 7. Annapolis, Maryland, USA February 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2015. Waterbird Response to Spring Food Availability on Mid-Latitudinal Wetlands during Migration. 2015 Rainwater Basin Joint Venture Information Seminar, Grand Island, Nebraska, USA. February 2015
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, D. Tillitt, E. Webb. 2016. Neonicotinoids; An Emerging Threat to Wetland-Dependent Wildlife? The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. October 2016
Satowski, L., K.W. Goyne, E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Conservation practices for reducing neonicotinoids in aquatic resources: transport and sorption of imidacloprid within vegetated buffer strips and agricultural fields in Missouri March 2019
Rogosch, J. S., Boehm, H.I.A, Ivey, K., Tingley III, R.W., Webb, E.B., Wright, K. D., and C. P. Paukert. 2021. Assessing restoration effectiveness: a review of river restoration. Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Virtual Meeting. February 2-4, 2021. February 2021
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. The role of habitat diversity in structuring biotic communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Quebec RE3 Conference June 2020
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. The role of habitat diversity in structuring avian communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. September 2020
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. Assessing biotic communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. West Tennessee Water Resources Conference February 2020
Podoliak, J. , D. Hicks, and E. Webb. Habitat diversity on Wetland Reserve Program easements can increase avian species richness. Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Associations Annual Conference. October 26, 2020.<br><br> October 2020
Pierce, R.A., F. Nelson and E. Webb. 2017. Biology and Management of Wood Ducks in Missouri. University of Missouri Extension. April 2017
Paukert, C. P. and E. B. Webb. 2019. Harvest as a tool to manage undesirable or overabundant species. American Fisheries Society/The Wildlife Society Joint Annual Meeting, Reno, NV April 2019
Owen, RK, C. Li, EB Webb and KW Goyne. Playa Ecosystem Vulnerability in Future Climates: Stakeholder Perceptions in the Great Plains. Society & Natural Resources Conference June 2018
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. Predicting playa vulnerability to future climate conditions through a greenhouse experiment. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference. June 5-8, 2017. Lincoln, NE. June 2017
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. Playa Wetlands: Ecosystem Functions and Potential Risks in a Changing Climate. Soil Science of America Meeting Nov. 6-9, 2016. Phoenix, AZ. November 2016
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. How will playa plant communities respond to a changing climate? Inferences from a greenhouse experiment . Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Feb. 5-8, 2017. Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Owen, R.K., D. Fowler, E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne, and D. Haukos. Playas to Potholes: How will climate change impact soil biogeochemistry in Great Plains prairie wetlands? January 2019
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb, and S.J. Werner. 2016. Ultraviolet condition of wood may influence foraging substrate selection by Pileated Woodpeckers (Dryocopus pileatus). 53rd Annual Animal Behavior Society Conference. Columbia, MO. August 2016
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B Webb, and S.J. Werner. 2016. On the visual ecology of woodpeckers. 6th North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, D.C. August 2016
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, S.J. Werner, J.D. Mihail. 2016. Could spectral characteristics of decayed wood signal woodpeckers? 27th Vertebrate Pest Conference, Newport Beach, CA, 7-10 March, 2016. March 2016
O'Daniels, S., D. Kesler, E. Webb, and S. Werner. Behavioral Evidence for Functionally Significant Sensitivity to Ultraviolet Wavelengths in a Woodpecker, Dryocopus pileatus. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, IN February 2015
O'Daniels, S., D. Kesler, E. Webb, S. Werner, and J. Mihail. Functionally Significant Sensitivity to Ultraviolet Wavelengths in the Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus): Implications for Woodpecker Interactions with Wood Decay Fungi and Anthropogenic Structures. American Ornithologists' Union and Cooper's Ornithological Society Joint Meeting. Norman, Oklahoma. July 2015
Mengel, D., F. Nelson, A. Raedeke, and E. Webb. 2013. First Steps in Wetland Management ARM: Developing a Decision-Support Tool. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Malone, K.M., E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. A meta-analysis to quantify secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle in the Mississippi Flyway October 2020
Malone, K.M., E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. Quantifying secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle in theMississippi Flyway: a meta-analysis September 2020
Main, Anson R., Webb, Elisabeth B., Kuechle, K., and D. Mengel. Response of benthic invertebrates to experimental manipulation of neonicotinoid insecticides in Missouri wetlands. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Puerto Rico, 5-8 June 2017. June 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Kuechle, K., and Mengel, D. 2017. Response of benthic invertebrates to experimental manipulation of neonicotinoid insecticides in Missouri wetlands. Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, 6-11 August 2017. August 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2017. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. 38th Annual Meeting, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC),Minneapolis, MN, 12-16 November, 2017. November 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2017. Effects of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator communities in Missouri agricultural fields and field margins. Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, 6-11 August 2017. August 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2016. Effects of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator communities in Missouri field margins and agricultural fields. November 2016
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage, MO, 31 January - 2 February, 2018. February 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 28-31 January, 2018. January 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Assessing native bee abundance and species richness in imidacloprid-treated soybean fields and surrounding field-margins November 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., Abney, R., and D. Mengel. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native pollinators: Evaluating wild bee guilds in field-margins surrounding imidacloprid-treated soybean fields. 79th Annual Meeting, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, OH, 27-30 January, 2019. January 2019
Main, A.R., E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne, R. Abney and D. Mengel. 2020. A multi-year field experiment testing effects of imidacloprid-seed treatment use on wild bee functional guilds of Midwestern agroecosystems. American Chemical Society Conference, San Francisco, CA, 16-20 August, 2020. August 2020
Main, A.R., Abney, R., Webb, E.B., Mengel, D., and K.W. Goyne. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native pollinators: Evaluating wild bee guilds in field margins surrounding imidacloprid-treated soybean fields. Ozark-Prairie and MidSouth Regional Chapters of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Joint Meeting. St. Louis, MO, 13-15 May, 2019. May 2019
Main, A., Webb, E.B., Hladik, M. 2017. Neonicotinoid Insecticides: Potential impacts on non-target organisms and ecosystems. 38th Annual Meeting, SETAC North America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 12-17 November, 2017. November 2017
MacPherson, M., E. Webb, A. Raedeke, D. Mengel and F. Nelson. 2018. Waterfowl as umbrella taxa for wetland management decisions: using Bayesian belief networks to evaluate potential for other taxa under the umbrella. Society of Wetland Scientists Conference June 2018
Leach, B.A., E.B. Webb, D.C. Carter and P. Link. Identifying spring migration routes and phenology for blue-winged teal using GSM satellite transmitters. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
LaRose, J., D. Finke and E. Webb. Comparing bee and grasshopper communities in Missouri's reconstructed and remnant prairies. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference January 2018
LaRose, J., D. Finke and E. Webb. Are prairie reconstructions working for invertebrates? Grasshopper and bee communities in remnant vs, restored prairies. Ecological Society of America August 2017
Kuechle, K.., E.B. Webb, D.C. Mengel and A. Main. Occurrence and drivers of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri floodplain wetlands. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Kuechle, K.., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Factors influencing neonicotinoid insecticide occurrence and concentration in Missouri floodplain wetlands March 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoid treated corn to aquatic invertebrates in floodplain wetlands. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. A field study assessing effects of neonicotinoid insecticides to aquatic invertebrates: implications for wetland-dependent taxa. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 28-31. May 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. A field study assessing effects of neonicotinoid insecticides to aquatic invertebrates: implications for wetland-dependent taxa. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, January 27-30. January 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, A. Main, and D. Tillitt. 2018. A field study assessing direct application of neonicotinoid seed treatment in wetlands: implications for aquatic invertebrate communities. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Sacramento California, November 4-8. November 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Wetland sediment contamination by neonicotinoid insecticides: a study of Missouri land practices. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands. 2017. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach MO, 1 - 3 February 2017 February 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Response of wetland food webs to neonicotinoid insecticide contamination. 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee Wisconsin, 28-31 January 2018. January 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Quantifying neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands: the relationship to agricultural land use. 77th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Lincoln NE, 5 - 8 February 2017 February 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Patterns of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands: implications for wetland-dependent organisms. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, San Juan Puerto Rico, 5 - 8 June 2017. June 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Neonicotinoids in Missouri public wetlands: a summary of preliminary results and future research. USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center seminar series, Columbia Missouri, 4 October 2017. October 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri wetland sediments: the relationship to watershed and wetland land practices. Ozark-Prairie Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Columbia Missouri, 15-17 May 2017. May 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Landscape drivers of wetland sediment neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, January 31-February 2 2018. February 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatments on aquatic invertebrates in Missouri wetland ecosystems. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Do neonicotinoid insecticides cause trophic cascades between aquatic and terrestrial systems? A test using emerging aquatic invertebrates and tree swallows as model organisms. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Aquatic invertebrate response to neonicotinoid insecticide contamination of Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, January 31-February 2 2018. February 2018
Kemink, K., L. Webb and B. Ross. Why we need more women in STEM leadership roles: innovations to overcome obstacles and identify solutions. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30, 2019. August 2019
Kamps, J., C. Paukert, E. Webb and F. Nelson. Sampling method considerations for surveying fish and amphibians in Missouri wetlands April 2019
Kamps, J., C. Paukert, E. Webb and F. Nelson. A comparison of sampling methods for surveying fish and amphibians in Missouri wetlands. April 2019
Johnson, M., J. Arroyo, R. Bauer, R. Blakey, C. Brown, J. Cole, C. Dillingham, D. Kesler, K. Roby, J. Seymour, R. Siegel, A. Stillman, M. Tinley and E. Webb. 2020. <b>Coordinated regulatory compliance activities increased knowledge acquisition and reduced latency to management application. </b>North American Congress for Conservation Biology July 2020
Hill, E.B., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Secretive Marsh Bird Habitat Use During Spring Migration on Public Wetlands in Missouri. October 2017
Hill, E.B., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Least Bittern Nest Selection and Breeding Success. October 2017
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Nesting habitat characteristics and nest success of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. Midwest Bird Conservation and Monitoring Workshop, Port Washington, Wisconsin August 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management to the Distribution, Habitat Use and Nesting Effort of Secretive Marhs Birds on Missouri Public Wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri January 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management to the Distribution and Habitat Use Secretive Marsh Birds in Missouri October 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. How wetland management strategies affect the habitat associations of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. February 2015
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Effect of wetland management strategies on the distribution and habitat associations of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. Midwest Bird Conservation and Monitoring Workshop, Port Washington, Wisconsin. August 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Connecting wetland management strategies to the habitat relationships of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., P. Marley, E. Webb., A. Raedeke, S. Gao. Modeling inundation probability for Missouri wetlands within the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion. Missouri GIS Conference, 2015 meeting, Springfield, Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb., and A. Raedeke. Modeling Inundation of Missouri’s National Wetland Inventory Wetlands in Autumn. North American Duck Symposium, Annual meeting 2016, Annapolis Maryland February 2016
Hidden, B., E. Webb., and A. Raedeke. Modeling Inundation Probability of Missouri Wetlands During Fall Waterfowl Migration. The Wildlife Society, Annual meeting 2015, Winnipeg Manitoba. October 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb., A. Raedeke, and S. Gao. How Many Birds Are We Missing? Assessing Waterfowl Distribution and Abundance in Missouri Using an Aerial Strip-transect Survey. North American Duck Symposium, Annual meeting 2016, Annapolis Maryland February 2016
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling probability of wetland inundation for the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion in autumn. Society of Wetland Scientists, 2015 Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island June 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling probability of wetland inundation for Missouri wetlands in autumn . Missouri Natural Resource Conference, Osage Beach Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling inundation probability for Missouri wetlands within the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, In February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb, A. Raedeke, and S. Gao. An Aerial Strip-transect Survey to Assess Autumn Waterfowl Distribution and Abundance in Missouri. The Wildlife Society, Annual meeting 2016, Raleigh, North Carolina. Oral. October 15, 2016. October 2016
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. Wetland bird respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration: an evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. February 2021
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. How do wetland birds respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration? An evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Associations Annual Conference. October 26, 2020. October 2020
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. How do wetland birds respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration? An evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. September 2020
Haverly, Z., J. Tapp, and E. Webb. Effects of Inundation Patterns and Vegetation on Macroinvertebrate Biomass and Richness in Seasonal Wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri January 2014
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. Nothing but net: Developing a rapid assessment protocol to monitor fish in Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. Developing a rapid assessment protocol to monitor fish in Missouri wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2017. Integrating less visible taxa into wetland management: methods for surveying fish and amphibians. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2017. Influence of wetland design and hydrologic connectivity on fish and amphibian species richness in managed floodplain wetlands. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What Lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. The Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What Lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. Don’t put a fish out of water: developing sampling protocols to integrate fish into wetland management decisions. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Gray, M.J, H.M. Hagy, and E.B. Webb. 2013. Obtaining Reliable Estimates of Food Availability in Moist-soil Wetlands for Dabbling Ducks. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Fowler, D.N, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Selective harvest: evaluating differences in body condition of lesser snow and Ross's Geese during spring migration by harvest technique during the Light Goose Conservation Order. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D.N, K.A. Hobson, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Do nutrient acquisition strategies differ among spring migrants depending on breeding area destination? A test using lesser snow geese. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D.N, J.L. Dooley, M.D. Weegman, R.F. Rockwell, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Evaluating heterogeneous adult survival among subpopulations in midcontinent lesser snow geese. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D. N., M. P. Vrtiska, and E. B. Webb. 2017. Selective harvest: evaluating differences in body condition of lesser snow and Ross’s Geese by harvest technique during the Light Goose Conservation Order. 2017 Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska. February 5-8. February 2017
Fowler, D. N., M. P. Vrtiska, and E. B. Webb. 2016. Does body condition of lesser snow and Ross’s Geese harvested during the Light Goose Conservation Order differ from the general population? Oral presentation. 2016 Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina. October 15-19. October 2016
Fowler, D. N., E. B. Webb, K. A. Hobson, and M. P. Vrtiska. 2016. Using Isotopic Signatures of Arctic and Sub-arctic Nesting Colonies to Determine Breeding Origin of Harvested Lesser Snow Geese. 7th North American Duck Symposium, Annapolis, Maryland, 1-5 February 2016. February 2016
Fowler, D. N, Webb, E. B., Hobson, K. A., and M. P. Vrtiska. 2018. Shifting regional habitat use improves body lipid content: Winter carry over effects on spring body condition in a long distant migrant . North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Fowler, D. N, Webb, E. B., Hobson, K. A., and M. P. Vrtiska. 2018. Ghosts of habitat past or future? The role of wintering and breeding locations on spring body condition in a long distant migrant. Annual Meeting, The Wildlife Society, Cleveland, Ohio, 7-11 October 2018. October 2018
Fowler, D, N., M. P. Vrtiska, K. A. Hobson and E. B. Webb. 2017. Do nutrient acquisition strategies among spring migrants differ depending on breeding area destination? A test using lesser snow geese. Annual Meeting, The Wildlife Society , Albuquerque, NM, 23-27, 2017. September 2017
Fowler, D, M. P. Vrtiska and E. B. Webb. 2015. Which geese are being harvested? Body condition of lesser snow (Chen caerulescens caerulescens) and Ross’s Geese (C. rossii) harvested by different methods during the Light Goose Conservation Order. North American Arctic Goose Conference, Winnipeg, MB, CA, 15-17 April 2015. April 2015
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2013. Migratory Bird Hunter Opinions on Future Control Options for Light Goose Populations. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2013. Hunting Disturbance and its Effects on Dabbling Ducks During the Light Goose Conservation Order in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2012. Behavior and Distribution of Dabbling Ducks During the Light Goose Conservation Order in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Derek Corcoran, Dylan C. Kesler, Elisabeth Webb and Matthew Johnson. 2016. Burn, Baby, Burn: Effects of Wildfire on Bat Species Occupancy Probability in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. San Antonio, TX. NASBR October 2016
Dearborn, J., E. Webb. S. Amelon and S. Marquardt. Roost site habitat selection by maternity colonies of federally endangered Myotis sodalis in bottomland hardwood forests Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. 2017. February 2017
Dearborn, J., E. Webb. S. Amelon and S. Marquardt. Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) maternity colony roost site habitat selection in bottomland hardwood forests. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Davis, J.B., R.M. Kaminski, F.J. Vilella, P.J. Barbour, and E. Webb. 2017. Evaluations of NRCS’s Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative (MBHI). Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference. New Orleans, LA. February 2017
Boehm, H., C. Paukert, and E. Webb. 2020. A review of fish-based metrics used to evaluate floodplain restoration objectives World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia. October 2020
Beatty, B., E. Webb, D. Kesler, D. Humburg, L. Naylor, A. Raedeke, and S. Schaeffer. Mid-continent Mallard Habitat Use and Selection of Wetland Reserve Program Easements During Migration and Winter. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Beatty, B. E. Webb, D. Kesler, D. Humburg, L. Naylor, A. Raedeke, and S. Schaeffer. Mallard Selection of Private Lands Enrolled in Conservation Easement Programs. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Amelon, S., D. Barrios, J. Dearborn, S. Marquardt and E. Webb. Habitat Characteristics Influencing Summer Occupancy of Myotis Species in Bottomland Hardwood Ecosystems. San Antonio, TX. NASBR October 2016. October 2016
Amelon, S., D. Barrios, J. Dearborn, S. Marquardt and E. Webb. Habitat Characteristics Influencing Summer Occupancy of Myotis Species in Bottomland Hardwood Ecosystems. Lincoln, NB. Midwest F&W Conference. February 2017. February 2017
Abney, R., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2020. Sub-lethal Effects of Neonicotinoids on Native Bees: Evaluating Cavity-nesting Wild Bee Reproduction in Missouri Agroecosystems February 2020
Abney, R., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2020. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native bees: evaluating cavity-nesting wild bee reproduction in field-margins surrounding Imidacloprid-treated soybean fields January 2020
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M. Vrtiska, and A. Bishop. 2013. Effects of Wetland Density on Lipid and Triglyceride Levels in Spring Migrating Mallards and Blue-winged Teal. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013