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

Virginia Research Activities


The Virginia Unit conducts vital research for understanding population dynamics of many bat species, including the red bat.

For detailed information about specific research activities at the Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Reseach Unit, please select links to unit staff and graduate students.

Project Completion Date
Indices of Biological Integrity - Efficacy of Salamanders in Mined Landscapes of Appalachia May 2014
Allegheny Woodrat: Identifying Strategies to Conserve a Declining Species September 2014
Micro-habitat Characteristics of Virginia Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus) Foraging Sites: Relating Structure, Composition and Soils to Habitat Identification, Conservation and Restoration Needs December 2015
Cerulean Warbler Response to Variable Density Thinning and Other Silvicultural Prescriptions – A Multi-state Adaptive Management Project December 2014
White-tailed Deer Impact and Vegetative Response in the Blue Ridge, Ridge and Valley and Appalachian Plateau of Virginia in Relation to Landscape and Land Ownership Characteristics December 2015
Distribution and abundance of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in the Dan River basin of Virginia February 2012
Regulating Services as Measures of Ecological Resilience on DoD Lands September 2015
Survey of the freshwater mollusk assemblages in the Little River, Virginia. December 2011
Development and Assessment of Tools for Evaluating Stream Fish Community Responses to Climate Change along Thermal Gradients September 2012
Population ecology of variegate darter in Virginia May 2012
Analysis of historic Carolina northern flying squirrel monitoring data and assessment of acoustical monitoring techniques September 2013
Acoustical Sampling Following White-nose Syndrome at Fort Drum, New York: Pilot Test to Determine Efficacious Techniques to Address Surveillance Needs December 2013
Effects of a hierarchal and spatially differential disruption of roosts and roost areas on non-random assorting (social) dynamic in bats using ephemeral forest conditions December 2014
Climate Change-Induced Biome Shifts for CONUS Department of Defense Lands December 2014
Multigenerational, Multi Species Test for Endocrine Disrupting Chemical Effects January 2012
Subchronic effects of atrazine exposure on freshwater mussel (Unionidae) physiology and genetics August 2011
Dissolved Oxygen Requirements for Freshwater Mussels Phase 1: Development of Test Systems and Experimental Protocols. February 2010
Development of methods for cryopreservation of gametes and glochidia of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionae) August 2010
Development of methods for conditioning and culture of endangered short-term brooding freshwater mussels July 2010
Title: Spatial analysis of relations among conservation practices, aquatic biodiversity, ecosystem services, and human well-being September 2012
Spatial Analysis of Relations among Conservation Practices, Aquatic Ecosystem Services, and Human Well-being in the Albemarle-Pamlico Basin. September 2011
Habitat Suitability for Roanoke Logperch in Streams near Philpott Reservoir. March 2012
Biological Monitoring and Geomorphological Characterization for the USGS Eastern Region Initiative on the Clinch (ERIC). February 2012
Assessing impacts of the Roanoke River Flood Reduction Project on the endangered Roanoke logperch April 2011
Phenology and habitat use of larval Percina in the upper Roanoke River basin – Phase 2 May 2020
Evaluating efficacy of agricultural BMPs in the upper Clinch, Powell, and Holston river drainages June 2021
Estimating Elk Abundance and Herd Demographics June 2023
Refining Survey Efforts and Distributional Modeling for the Endangered Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel December 2020
Coastal Bat Migration June 2021
Wood Turtle Ecology on Army Installations December 2020
Fox Squirrel Presence and Distribution in Eastern Virginia December 2021
Development of a structured decision-making framework to guide translocation of imperiled aquatic species in the Roanoke and Dan river basins October 2020
Ecosystem services in the Roanoke River basin November 2019
Assessment of the dynamics and biotic impacts of fine sediment to assist conservation of stream fishes in the Dan and Roanoke river basins November 2020
Farm Bill conservation practice (BMP) efficacy in mitigating livestock impacts in the Copper Creek watershed February 2020
Development of a landscape model to predict reach-level sources of Roanoke logperch larvae in the upper Roanoke River system January 2020
Development of an eDNA protocol for detecting candy, variegate, and Kanawha darters December 2019
How does current management of water quality align with ecological health and human well-being? A preliminary study of Virginia June 2017
Relating fine sediment dynamics and best management practices (BMPs) to instream habitat conditions for priority fishes and mussels in the Copper Creek drainage December 2018
Demographic status and population genetic differentiation of Candy Darter populations in Virginia April 2020
Effects of Surveying and Habitat Characteristics of the Endangered Spruce-Fir Moss Spider December 2018
Distribution and Ecology of the Eastern Spotted Skunk December 2019
Phenology and habitat use of larval darters in the upper Roanoke River basin December 2016
Cost-effectiveness of riparian restoration as a recovery tactic for Roanoke logperch June 2015
Impact of mining effluent on fish populations September 2016
Post WNS bat ecology in the eastern United States December 2023
Research Publications Publication Date
Ziuganov, V. E., San Miguel, R. J. Neves, et al. 2000. Life span variatioin of the freshwater pearl shell: a model species for testing longevity mechanisms in animals. Ambio 29(2):102-105. January 2000
Zimmerman, L. L., and R. J. Neves. 2003. Effects of temperature on longevity and viability of glochidia of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). American Malacological Bulletin 17:31-35. January 2003
Zimmerman, L. L., R. J. Neves and D. Smith. 2003. Control of predacious flatworms (Macrostomum sp. ) in culturing freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). North American Journal of Aquaculture 65:28-32. January 2003
Yeager, M. M., R. J. Neves, and D. S. Cherry. August 8, 2000. Competitive interactions between early life stages of Villosa iris (Bivalvia Unionidae) and adult Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea). Proceedings of the Freshwater Mussel Symposium 253-259. August 2000
Wohl, E., P. L. Angermeier, B. Bledsoe, G. M. Kondolf, L. MacDonnell, D. M. Merritt, M. A. Palmer, N. L. Poff, and D. Tarboton. 2005. River restoration. Water Resources Research W10301, doi:10.1029/2005WR003985 June 2005
Wohl, E., P. L. Angermeier, B. Bledsoe, G. M. Kondolf, L. MacDonnell, D. M. Merritt, M. A. Palmer, N. L. Poff, and D. Tarboton. 2005. River restoration. Water Resources Research 41: W10301, doi:10. 1029/2005WR003985. October 2005
Wheeler, A. P., P. L. Angermeier, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2005. Impacts of new highways and subsequent landscape urbanization on stream habitat and biota. Reviews in Fisheries Science 13: 141-164. September 2005
Warrington, B.M., W.M.l Aust, S. M. Barrett, W. M. Ford, M.C. Bolding, C.A.. Dolloff and E. B. Schillingd. 2017, Forestry Best Management Practices for Roads, Stream Crossings, and Streamside Management Zones May Reduce Effects of Forest Operations on Aquatic and Riparian Fauna: A Review. Forests 8(9), 331; doi:10.3390/f8090331 September 2017
Warrillow, J., M. Culver, E. Hallerman, and M. Vaughan. 2001. Subspecific affinity of black bears in the White River National Wildlife Refuge. Journal of Heredity 92:226-233 May 2001
Wang, N., C. G. Ingersoll, Hardesty, D. K., Ivery, C. D., Kunz, J. L., May, T. W., Dywer, F. J., Roberts, A. D., Augspurger, T., Kane, C. M., Neves, R. J., and Barnhart, C. M. 2007. Acute toxicity of copper, ammonia, and chlorine to glochidia and juveniles of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2036-2047 September 2007
Wang, N., C. G. Ingersoll, Greer, I. E., Hardesty, D. K., Ivey, C. D., Kunz, J. L., Brumbaugh, W. G., Dwyer, F. J., Roberts, A. D., Augspurger, T., Kane, C. M., Neves, R. J., and Barnhart, C. M. 2007. Chronic toxicity of copper and ammonia to juvenile freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2048-2056 September 2007
Wang, N. C., T. Augspurger, Barnhart, C. M., Bidwell, J. R., Cope, W. G., Dwyer, F. J., Geis, S., Greer, I. E., C. G. Ingersoll, Kane, C. M., May, T. W., Neves, R. J., Newton, T. J., Roberts, A. D., and Whites, D. W. 2007. Intra- and inter-laboratory variability in acute toxicology tests with glochidia and juveniles of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 26 (10):2029- 2035. August 2007
W. Mark Ford , Andrew M. Evans, Richard H. Odom, Jane L. Rodrigue, Christine A. Kelly, Nicole Abaid, Corinne A. Diggins and Douglas Newcomb. 2015. Predictive Habitat Models Derived from Nest-box Occupancy for the Endangered Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel in the Southern Appalachians. Endangered Species Research 27:131-140 March 2015
Villamagna, A.M., P.L Angermeier, and E.M. Bennett. 2013. Capacity, pressure, demand, and flow: a conceptual framework for analyzing ecosystem service provision and delivery. Ecological Complexity 15: 114-121 | Abstract | Download August 2013
Villamagna, A.M., B. Mogollon, and P.L Angermeier. 2017. Inequity in ecosystem service delivery: socioeconomic gaps in the public-private conservation network Ecology and Society http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/volXX/issYY/artZZ/. April 2017
Villamagna, A.M., B. Mogollon, and P.L Angermeier. 2014. A multi-indicator framework for mapping cultural ecosystem services: the case of freshwater recreational fishing. Ecological Indicators 45: 255-265 July 2014
Villamagna, A.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2015. A methodology for measuring and mapping ecosystem services provided by watersheds. Pages 151-180 in L. Chícharo, F. Muller, N. Fohrer, and E. Wolanski (eds.), Ecosystem Services and River Basin Ecohydology, Springer June 2015
Vaughan, M.R. 2009. The influence of food availability on American black bear (Ursus americanus) physiology, behavior, and ecology. Biology of Bear Intrusions: Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Mechanisms of the Intrusion of Bears into Residential Areas. FFPRI Scientific Meeting Report 4, Kyoto, Japan. Pages 9-17 March 2009
Vaughan, M. R., and T. K. Fuller, editors. 1999. Ursus 11:1-292 January 2001
Vaughan, M. R. 2002. Oak trees, acorns, and bears, Pages 224-240 in W. J. McShea and W. M. Healey, editors, Oak Forest Ecosystems: Ecology and Management for Wildlife. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. August 2002
Vashon, J. H., M. R. Vaughan, A. D. Vashon, D. D. Martin, and K. N. Nichols. 2003. An expandable radio collar for black bear cubs. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:380-386. July 2003
Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, and J. Schmerfeld. 2005. Acute and chronic toxicity of mercury to early life stages of the rainbow mussel, Villosa iris (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24(5):1242-1246. October 2005
Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, J. W. Jones, R. Mair, and C. M. Kane. 2006. Chlorine toxicity to early life stages of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia:Unionidae). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25(9):183-189. May 2006
Valenti, T. W., D. S. Cherry, R. J. Neves, B. A. Locke, and J. J. Schmerfeld. 2006. Case study: Sensitivity of mussel glochidia and regulatory test organisms to mercury and a reference toxicant. Chapter 14 in Freshwater Bivalve Ecotoxicology, J. L. Farris and J. H. VanHassel (eds. ), pp. 351-367. November 2006
Tsiouris, J. A., V. P. S. Chauhan, A. M. Sheikh, A. Chauhan, M. Malik, and M. Vaughan. 2005. Similarities in acute-phase protein response during hibernation in black bears and major depression in humans: A response to underlying metabolic depression. Canadian Journal of Zoology 82: 1468-1476. January 2005
Tredick, T.A., and M.R. Vaughan. 2009. DNA-Based population abundance, density, and sex ratios of black bears on 3 national wildlife refuges in coastal North Carolina and Virginia. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Wildlife Management. January 2009
Thorne, E.D., C. Waggy, M. J. Kelly, D.S. Jachowski and W.M. Ford. 2017. Habitat Associations of Eastern Spotted Skunks in the Central and Southern Appalachians. Journal of Wildlife Management 81:1042–1050 July 2017
Tear, T. H., P. KAreiva, P. L. Angermeir, P. Comer, B. Czech, R. Kautz. L. Landon, D. Mehlman, K. Murphy, M. Ruckelshaus, J. M. Scott and G. Wilhere. 2005. How much is enough? The recurrent problem of setting measurable objectives in conservation. Bioscience 55: 835-849. October 2005
Taylor, D.A.R., R.W. Perry, W.M. Ford and D.A. Miller. 2020. Bats and forest management. Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service White-nose Syndrome Program, Hadley, MA. 25 p. November 2020
Sweeten, S.E., and W.M. Ford. 2015. Effects of Microhabitat and Land Use on Stream Salamander Abundance in the Southwest Virginia Coalfields. 2nd Proceedings of Environmental Considerations in Energy Production. Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc, Englewood, Colorado, USA. 19 p.Considerations in Energy Production (in review). | Abstract September 2015
Sweeten, S.E., A. Silvis, and W.M. Ford. 2015. Seasonal Variability in Benthic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in the Southwest Virginia Coalfields. In the 2nd Proceedings of Environmental Considerations in Energy Production. Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc, Englewood, Colorado, USA. 9 p. September 2015
Sweeten, S.E. and W.M. Ford. Effects of microhabitat and large-scale land use on stream salamander occupancy in the coalfields of Central Appalachia. Journal of Ecology and Natural Environment 8:129-141 September 2016
Sweeten, S.E. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Validation of a stream and riparian habitat assessment protocol using stream salamanders in the southwest Virginia coalfields. Journal of The American Society of Mining and Reclamation 5:45-46 | Abstract | Publisher Website June 2016
Sullivan, P. J., J. M. Acheson, P. L. Angermeier, T. Faast, J. Flemma, C. M. Jones, E. E. Knudsen, T. J. Minello, D. H. Secor, R. Wunderlich, and B. A. Zanetell. 2006. Defining and implementing best available science for fisheries and environmental science, policy, and management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD and Estuarine Research Federation, Port Republic, MD. 30 pp. January 2006
Sullivan, P. J., J. M. Acheson, P. L. Angermeier, T. Faast, J. Flemma, C. M. Jones, E. E. Knudsen, T. J. Minello, D. H. Secor, R. Wunderlich, and B. A. Zanetell. 2006. Defining and implementing best available science for fisheries and environmental science, policy, and management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD and Estuarine Research Federation, Port Republic, MD. 30 pp. June 2006
Stoeckel, J. N., and R. J. Neves. 2001. Induced spawning of the margined madtom. North American Journal of Aquaculture 63:99-108. June 2001
Stoeckel, J. N., and R. J. Neves. 2000. Methods for hatching margined madtom eggs. North American Journal of Aquaculture 62:42-47. January 2000
St. Germain, M.J., A.B. Kniowski, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2017. Who Knew? First Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis) Maternity Colony in the Coastal Plain of Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 24:N5-N10. March 2017
Smogor, R. A., and P. L. Angermeier. 2001. Determining a regional framework for assessing biotic integrity in Virginia streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 18-35. March 2001
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and J.B. Johnson. 2013. Association, roost and social networks of Myotis septentrionalis maternity colonies. Behavioral Processes 103:283-290. | Abstract February 2014
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, N.R. Beane, and J.B. Johnson. 2012 Forest succession and maternity day roost selection by Myotis septentrionalis in a mesophytic hardwood forest. International Journal of Forestry of Forestry Research. 2012:148106. 8 p. September 2012
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2015. Day-roost tree selection by northern long-eared bats– What do random tree comparisons and one year of data really tell us? Global Ecology and Conservation 3:756-763 | Abstract April 2015
Silvis, A., R. W. Perry and W.M. Ford. 2016. Relationships of Three Species of White-nose Syndrome-Impacted Bats to Forest Condition and Management. US Forest Service Southern Research Station General Technical Report. SRS–214, Ashville, NC. 57p August 2016
Silvis, A., N. Abaid, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2016. Responses of bat social groups to roost loss: More questions than answers. pages 261-280 in: Sociality in Bats. Jorge Ortega (ed). Springer International. 301 p. | Download June 2016
Silvis, A., A.B. Kniowski, S.D. Ghert, and W.M. Ford. 2014. Roosting and foraging social structure of the endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) . PLos ONE 9(5):1-12 (e9637) | Abstract May 2014
Scott, L.N., A.M. Villamagna, and P.L. Angermeier. 2018. A new modeling approach to prioritize riparian restoration to reduce sediment loading in two Virginia river basins. Environmental Management 62: 721–739. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-018-1078-6. June 2018
Schuler, T.M.; Thomas-Van Gundy, M.; Adams, M.B; Ford, W.M. 2013. Analysis of two pre-shelterwood prescribed fires in a mesic mixed-oak forest in West Virginia. In: G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spong and J. Rentch, eds) Proceedings of the 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2012 March 26-28; Morgantown, WV; General Technical Report NRS-P-117. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 430-446. July 2013
Saylor, R.K., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Diet of non-native northern snakehead (Channa argus) compared to three co-occurring predators in the lower Potomac River, USA. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 443–452. July 2012
SIlvis, A., W.M. Ford, and E.R. Britzke. 2014. Effects of hierarchical roost removal on northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies. PLOS ONE DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0116356. 17 p. December 2014
Ryan, C.W., M.R. Vaughan, J.B. Meldrum, R.B. Duncan, and J.W. Edwards. 2009. Retention time of Telazol in black bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:210-213. January 2009
Ryan, C. W., and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. Reproduction and survival of American black bears in southwest Virginia. Northeast Wildlife 56:57-68. March 2004
Rosenberger, A., and P. L. Angermeier. 2003. Ontogenetic shifts in habitat use by the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Freshwater Biology 48:1563-1577. August 2003
Rogers, S. O., B. T. Watson, and R. J. Neves. 2001. Life history and population biology of the endangered tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri) (Bivalvia: Unionidae) Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20(4): 582-594. November 2001
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and G.B. Anderson. 2016. Population viability analysis for endangered Roanoke logperch. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 7:46-64. July 2016
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Extensive dispersal of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) inferred from genetic marker data. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25: 1-16. June 2013
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Distance, dams and drift: What structures populations of an endangered, benthic stream fish? Freshwater Biology 58: 2050-2064 December 2013
Roberts, J.H., G.B. Anderson, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. A long-term study of ecological impacts of a flood reduction project to an endangered riverine fish: lessons learned for assessment and restoration. Water 8, 240; doi:10.3390/w8060240 July 2016
Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2007. Spatiotemporal variability of stream habitat and movement of three species of fish. Oecologia 151: 417-430. March 2007
Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2007. Movement responses of stream fishes to introduced corridors of complex cover. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:971-978 August 2007
Roberts, J. H., and P. L. Angermeier. 2004. A comparison of injectable fluorescent marks in two genera of darters: effects on survival and retention rates. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24(3): 1017-1024. September 2004
Roberts, J. H., A. E. Rosenberger, B. W. Albanese, and P. L. Angermeier. 2008. Movement patterns of endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 374-381. August 2008
Riedel, B.L., K.R. Russell and W.M. Ford. 2012. Physical condition, sex, and age-class of eastern red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) in forested and open habitats of West Virginia. International Journal of Zoology. doi:10.1155/2012/623730. 8 p. | Publisher Website July 2012
Richard, J.C., L. Castello, D.J. Gurdak, B.K. Peoples, and P.L. Angermeier. 2018. Size-structured habitat selection by arapaima in floodplain lakes of the Lower Amazon. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28: 1403-1413. DOI:10.1002/aqc.2969. December 2018
Reynolds, R., K.E. Powers, W. Orndorff, W.M. Ford and C. Hobson. 2016, Changes in Myotis septentrionalis (Northern Long-eared Bat) Capture Rates and Demographics in Western Virginia; Pre and Post White-nose Syndrome. Northeastern Naturalist 15(1):127-137 May 2016
Rentch, J.S., T.M. Schuler, G.J. Nowacki, N.R. Beane and W.M. Ford. 2010. Canopy Gap Dynamics of Second-Growth Red Spruce-Northern Hardwood Stands in West Virginia. Forest Ecology and Management 260:1921-1929. October 2010
Rentch, J.A., W.M. Ford, T.S. Schuler, J. Palmer and C.A. Diggins. 2014. Release of suppressed red spruce using canopy gap creation – testing applicability for ecological restoration in the Central Appalachians. Natural Areas Journal 36:29-37. January 2016
Rash, J. M., and R. J. Neves. Life-history characteristics of the Atlantic pigtoe, Fusconaia masoni. Virginia Journal of Science Vol 56(1). August 2005
Powers, K.E.., R.J. Reynolds , W. Orndorff, B. A. Hyzy, C. S. Hobson, and W. M. Ford. 2016. Monitoring the status of Gray Bats (Myotis grisescens) in Virginia, 2009-2014, and potential impacts of White-nose Syndrome. Southeastern Naturalist 15:127-137 April 2016
Powers, K.E., M.T. Mengak, R.R. Sherry, W.M. Ford and R.J. Reynolds. 2020. Bot Fly Parasitism of Allegheny Woodrats (Neotoma magister) in Virginia. American Midland Naturalist 184:62-72. August 2020
Poff, N. L., P. L. Angermeier, & co-authors. 2001. Fish diversity in streams and rivers. Pages 315-349 in FS Chapin et al., eds. Global biodiversity in a changing environment: Scenarios for the 21st century. Springer-Verlag, New York. March 2001
Patterson, M. A., B. C. Parker, and R. J. Neves. 1999. Glycogen concentration in the mussel tissue of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) during starvation and controlled feeding. American Malacological Bulletin 15(1):47-50. November 1999
Patriquin, K.J.,M.L. Leonard, H.G. Broders, W.M.Ford, E.R. Britzke, and A. Silvis 2016. Weather as a proximate explanation for fission-fusion dynamics in female northern long-eared bats. Animal Behaviour 122:47-57 November 2016
P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Book reviews. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:802-804. Review of Fish Conservation: A Guide to Understanding and Restoring Global Aquatic Biodiversity and Fishery Resources by G.S. Helfman (2007). October 2008
Owen, S.F., J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, P.B Wood, and J.L. Berl. 2015. Raccoon (Procyon lotor) diurnal den use within an intensively managed forest in central West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:41-52 June 2015
Owen, S.F., J.L. Berl, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, and P.B. Wood. 2014. Raccoon ( Procyon lotor) Diurnal Den Use within an Intensively Managed Forest in Central West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:41-52 October 2014
Owen, S.F., J.L. Berl, J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford and P.B. Wood. 2015. Raccoon Spatial Requirements and Multi-Scale Habitat Selection within Intensively Managed Central Appalachian Forests. American Midland Naturalist 174:87-95. July 2015
Oliphant, A.J., R.H. Wynne, C.E. Zipper, W.M. Ford, P.F. Donovan and J. Li. 2016. Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata) Presence and Proliferation on Former Surface Coal Mines in Eastern USA. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-016-1271-6 17p. September 2016
Odom, R.H. and W.M. Ford. 2021. Developing species-age cohorts from forest inventory and analysis data to parameterize a forest landscape model. International Journal of Forestry Research 6650821(2021) doi.org/10.1155/2021/6650821 16 p March 2021
Odom, R.H. and W.M. Ford. 2020. Assessing the vulnerability of military installations in the coterminous United States to potential biome shifts resulting from rapid climate change. Environmental Management doi.org/10.1007/s00267-020-01331-3. 27 p.

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O'Connell, A. M. U., and P. L. Angermeier. 1999. Habitat relationships for alewife and blueback herring spawning in a Virginia stream. J. Freshw. Ecol. 14:357-370. November 1999
Nocera, T., W.M. Ford, A. Silvis and C.A. Dobony. 2020. WNS-induced temporal and spatial changes in little brown (Myotis lucifugus) acoustic activity on Fort drum Army Installation. Acta Chiropterilogica 22:135-146 July 2020
Nocera, T., W.M. Ford, A. Silvis and C.A. Dobony. 2019. Patterns of acoustical activity of bats prior to and 10 years after WNS. Global Ecology and Conservation. 18: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00633 May 2019
Nocera, T., W.M. Ford, A. Silvis and C.A. Dobony. 2019. Let’s Agree To Disagree: Comparing Auto-Acoustic Identification Programs for Northeastern Bats. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 10:346-361. December 2019
Neves, R. J., and S. A. Ahlstedt. 2001. The status of species and recovery programs for endangered freshwater mussels in the Southern Appalachians. In: D. B. Adams et al., U. S. Geological Survey Appalachian Region Integrated Science Workshop Proceedings, Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Pp. 67-72. December 2001
Neves, R. J., W. F. Henley, H. Dan, and J. W. Jones. 2007. Conservation aquaculture: it's application to endangered freshwater mollusks. Journal of Shellfish Research 26 (2): 665- 666. October 2007
Neves, R. J. 2004. Propagation of endangered freshwater mussels in North America. Journal of Conchology Special Publication No. 3:69-80. July 2004
Neves, R. J. 2004. Book Review: A guide to the freshwater mussels of Kentucky. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (2):394-395. December 2004
Neves, R. J. 2004. Book Review-Bivalve molluscs: biology, ecology, and culture, by E. Gosling. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:1068. September 2004
Neves, R. J. 1999. Conservation of North America's freshwater mussel fauna (Unionidae) from the threat posed by the exotic zebra mussel (Dressena polymorpha). Malocological Review, Supplement 8:107-118. November 1999
Neves, R. J. 1999. Conservation and commerce: management of freshwater mussel (Bivalve: Unionidae) resources in the United States. Malacologia 41(2):461-474. December 1999
Neves, R. J. 1999. Biological feasibility of freshwater mussels and pearl culture in Gulf Coast states. Gulf of Mexico Science 1999(2):103-108. November 1999
Nelson, K.C., M.A. Palmer, J.E. Pizzuto, G.E. Moglen, P.L. Angermeier, R.H. Hilderbrand, M. Dettinger, and K. Hayhoe. 2009. Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options. Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 154-163. January 2009
Nareff, G.E., P.B. Wood, D.J. Brown, T. Fearer, J.L. Larkin, and W.M. Ford. Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea) response to operational silviculture in the central Appalachian region. Forest Ecology and Management 448:409-423, June 2019
Muthersbaugh, M.S., W.M. Ford, A. Silvis and K.E. Powers. 2019. Activity patterns of cave-dwelling bat species during pre-hibernation swarming and post-hibernation emergence in the central Appalachians. Diversity 2019, 11, 159; doi:10.3390/d11090159 September 2019
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Dunn, C.G. and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. Development of habitat suitability indices for Candy Darter Etheostoma osburni, with validation across representative populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145:1266-1281. October 2016
Dunn, C. G., & Angermeier, P. L. (2019). Remaining populations of an upland stream fish persist in refugia defined by habitat features at multiple scales. Diversity and Distributions, 25(3), 385-399. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12866 | Abstract | Publisher Website January 2019
Dunn, C. G., & Angermeier, P. L. (2016). Development of habitat suitability indices for the Candy Darter, with cross-scale validation across representative populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 145(6), 1266-1281. https://doi.org/10.1080/00028487.2016.1217929 | Abstract | Publisher Website October 2016
Dunham, J.B., P.L. Angermeier, S.D. Crausbay, A.E. Cravens, H. Gosnell, J. McEvoy, M.A. Moritz, N. Raheem, and T. Sanford. 2018. Rivers are social-ecological systems: time to integrate human dimensions into riverscape ecology and management. WIREs Water. DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1291. May 2018
Duncan, R. B., Jr., J. C. Jones, H. D. Moll, M. M. Moon, D. J. Blodgett, and M. R. Vaughan. 2002. Cretinism in a North American black bear. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 43:31-36. May 2002
Donahue, S. W., S. A. Galley, M. R. Vaughan, P. Patterson-Buckendahl, L. M. Demers, J. L. Vance, and M. E. McGee. 2006. Parathyroid hormone may maintain bone formation in hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus) to prevent disuse osteoporosis. The Journal of Experimental Biology 209:1630-1638. April 2006
Donahue, S. W., M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. 2003. Serum markers of bone metabolism show bone loss in hibernating bears. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 408:295-301. September 2003
Donahue, S. W., M. E. McGee, K. B. Harvey, . R. Vaughan, and C. T. Robbins. 2005. Hibernating bears as a model for preventing disuse osteoporosis. Journal of Biomechanics 39:1480-1485. June 2006
Diggins. C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2021. Spatial Behavior of Northern Flying Squirrels in the Same Social Network. Ethology DOI: 10.1111/eth.13130 18 p. April 2021
Diggins, C.A., M.A. Castellano and W.M. Ford. 2020. Hypogeous, sequestrate Fungi (Genus Elaphomyces) found at small-mammal foraging sites in High-elevation conifer forests of West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 27:N40-N47 July 2020
Diggins, C.A., L.M. Gilley, C. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. Comparison of survey techniques on detection of northern flying squirrels. Wildlife Society Bulletin 40:654-662 August 2016
Diggins, C.A., D. Jachowski, J. Martin and W.M. Ford. 2015. Incidental captures of Eastern Spotted Skunk in a high-elevation spruce forest in Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist 22:N6-N10. April 2015
Diggins, C.A., A. Silvis, C.A. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. Home range, den selection, and habitat use of Carolina northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus). Wildlife Research 44:427-437( October 2017
Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2021. Effects of surveying for the federally endangered Spruce-fir Moss Spider (Microhexura montivaga Crosby & Bishop) on its bryophyte habitat. Southeastern Naturalist 20(1):77-91 January 2021
Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Microhabitat selection of the Virginia Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus Miller) Northeastern Naturalist 24(2):173-190 June 2017
Diggins, C.A. L.M. Gilley, C.A. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2020. Using Ultrasonic Acoustics to Detect Cryptic Flying Squirrels: Seasonality and Survey Length. Wildlife Society Bulletin 44:300-308. June 2020
Deeley, S.M., N.J. Kalen, S.R. Freeze, E.L. Barr and W.M. Ford. 2021. Post-white-nose syndrome passive acoustic sampling effort for determining bat species occupancy within the mid-Atlantic region. Ecological Indicators 125 (2021) 107489 February 2021
Czech, B., and 12 coauthors. 2006. Economic growth, fish conservation, and the AFS: conclusion to a forum, beginning of a movement? Fisheries (Bethesda) 31(1): 40-43. January 2006
Czech, B., P. Angermeier, H. Daly, P. Pister, and R. Hughes. 2004. Fish conservation, sustainable fisheries, and economic growth: no more fish stories. Fisheries 29(8): 36-37. August 2004
Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, W.M. Ford, P.D. Keyser and J.M. Crum 2010. Browsing patterns of white-tailed deer following increased timber harvest and a decline in population density. International Journal of Forestry Research . doi:10.1155/2010/592034 7 p. October 2010
Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, T.A. Campbell, W.M. Ford, P.D. Keyser, J.D. Crum, B.A. Miller and K.V. Miller. 2015. Effects of population reduction on white-tailed deer home-range dynamics. Northeastern Naturalist. 22:403-412 June 2015
Crimmins, S.M., J.W. Edwards, P.D. Keyser, J.M. Crum, W.M. Ford, B.F. Miller, T.A. Campbell, and K.V. Miller. 2013. Survival patterns of female white-tailed deer on an industrial forest following a decline in population density. In: G.W. Miller, T.M. Schuler, K.W. Gottschalk, J.R. Brooks, S.T. Grushecky, B.D. Spong and J. Rentch, eds) Proceedings of the 18th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2012 March 26-28; Morgantown, WV; General Technical Report NRS-P-117. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 487–496. July 2013
Cope, G. W., R. B. Bringolf, D. B. Buchwalter, T. J. Newton, C. G. Ingersoll, N. Wang, T. Augspurger, F. J. Dwyer, M. C. Barnhart, R. J. Neves, and E. Hammer. 2008. Differential exposure and sensitivity of unioniodean bivalve life stages to environmental contaminants. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(2): 451-462. April 2008
Cook, R. R., P. L. Angermeier, D. S. Finn, N. L. Poff, and K. L. Krueger. 2004. Geographic variation in patterns of nestedness among local stream fish assemblages in Virginia. Oecologia 140:639-649. October 2004
Conroy, M. J., P. Beier, H. Quigley, and M. R. Vaughan. 2006. Improving the use of science in conservation: lessons from the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 1-7 April 2006
Coleman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony and E.R. Britzke. 2014. Effect of passive acoustic sampling methodology on detecting bats after declines from white nose syndrome. Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment 6:56-64 | Abstract January 2014
Coleman, L.C., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2014 A comparison of passive and active acoustic sampling for monitoring a bat community impacted by white-nose syndrome. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:217-226 December 2014
Colelman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2013. Comparison of radio-telemetric home range analysis and acoustic detection for little brown bat habitat evaluation in northwestern New York, USA. Northeastern Naturalist 21:431-435 May 2014
Closs, G.P., P.L. Angermeier, W. Darwall, and S. Balcombe. 2015. Why are freshwater fish so threatened? Pages 37-75 in G.P. Closs, M. Krkosek, and J. Olden, (eds.) Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Cambridge University Press. June 2015
Cherry, D. S., J. H. van Hassell, J. L. Farris, D. J. Soucek, and R. J. Neves. 2002. Site-specific derivation of the acute copper criteria for the Clinch River, Virginia. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 8(3):591-601. April 2002
Chen, L-Y, A. G. Heath, and R. J. Neves. 2002. An evaluation of air and water transport of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). American Malacological Bulletin 16 (1): 147-154. January 2002
Chen, L-Y, A. G. Heath, and R. J. Neves. 2001. Comparison of oxygen consumption in freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from different habitats during declining dissolved oxygen concentration. Hydrobiologia 450:209-214. May 2001
Chauhan, V. P. S., J. A. Tsiouris, A. Chauhan, A. M. Sheikh, W. T. Brown, and M. R. Vaughan. 2002. Increased oxidative stress and decreased activities of CA 2+/Mg2+ -ATPase and Na+/K+ -ATPase in the red blood cells of the hibernating black bear. Life Science 71:153-161. June 2002
Cao. Y, D. P Larsen, R. M. Hughes, P. L. Angermeier and T. M. Patton. 2002. Sampling effort affects multivariate comparisons of stream assemblages. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:701-714. January 2003
C.A. Diggins, C.A. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. Aberrant den use of Carolina Northern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus) in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Southeastern Naturalist 14:44-49 January 2016
Buckwalter, J.D., P.L. Angermeier, J. Argentina, S. Wolf, S. Floyd, and E.M. Hallerman. 2019.
Drift of larval darters (Family Percidae) in the upper Roanoke River basin, USA, characterized
using phenotypic and DNA barcoding markers. Fishes 4(4), 59; doi:10.3390/fishes4040059.

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Buckwalter, J.D., E.A. Frimpong, P.L. Angermeier, and J.N. Barney. 2020. Species traits predict
stream-fish invaders in an Appalachian (U.S.A) river basin. Freshwater Biology 65: 552-564.
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Buckwalter, J.D., E.A. Frimpong, P.L. Angermeier, and J.N. Barney. 2018. Seventy years of stream- fish collections reveal invasions and native range contractions in an Appalachian (USA) watershed. Diversity and Distributions 24: 219-232. June 2018
Brown, M., M. Kowalewski, R. J. Neves, D. Cherry, and M. Schreiber. 2005. Freshwater mussel shells as environmental chronicles: geochemical and taphonomic signatures of mercury-related extirpations in the North Fork Holston River, Virginia. Environmental Science and Technology: 39:1455-1462. March 2005
Bridges, A., C. Olfenbuttel, and M. R. Vaughan. 2003. A mixed regression model to estimate neonatal black bear cub age. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:1253-58. January 2003
Bridges, A. S., M. R. Vaughan, and S. Klenzendorf. 2005. Seasonal variation in American black bear Ursus americanus activity patterns: quantification via remote photography. Wildlife Biology 10:277-284 January 2005
Bridges, A. S., J. A. Fox, C. Olfenbuttel, and M. R. Vaughan. 2004. American black bear denning behavior: observations and applications using remote photography. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:188-193. April 2004
Boyles, J. L., and R. J. Neves. 2003. An evaluation of adult freshwater mussels held in captivity at the White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery. Virginia Journal of Science 54(2):100. August 2003
Bigford, T., and 12 coauthors. 2006. Economic growth and fish conservation. Fisheries (Bethesda) 31 (8):404-409. August 2006
Benejam, L., P.L. Angermeier, A. Munné, and E. García-Berthou. 2010. Assessing effects of water abstraction on fish assemblages in Mediterranean streams. Freshwater Biology 55: 628-642. February 2010
Ben-David, M., S. l. Struthers, H. D. Moll, and M. R. Vaughan. 2001. Testing performance of the birth archive-tag on black bears: an increase or a decrease. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biotelemetry 15:442-449. November 2001
Beier, P., M. R. Vaughan, M. J. Conroy, and H. Quigley. 2006. Evaluating scientific inferences about the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 236-245. April 2006
Beck, K., and R. J. Neves. 2003. An evaluation of selective feeding by three age groups of the rainbow mussel (Villosa iris). North American Journal of Aquaculture 65:203-209. August 2003
Beaty, B. B., and R. J. Neves. 2004. Use of natural water flow-through culture system for rearing juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) and evaluation of the effects of substrate size, temperature, and stocking density. American Malacological Bulletin 19:113-120. September 2004
Batts, G. K., N. W. Lafon, M. J. Kelly, and M. R. Vaughan. 2007. A modified approach to rocket netting white-tailed deer using a remote video system. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 60:77-82. November 2007
Baron, J. S., N. L. Poff, P. L. Angermeier, C. N. Dahm, P. H. Gleick, N. G. Hairston, Jr., R. B. Jackson, C. A. Johnston, B. D Richter, and A. D. Steinman. 2003. Sustaining healthy freshwater ecosystems. Issues in Ecology, Number 10, 16 pp. May 2003
Bakaletz, S., and D. Neves. 2005. Big South Fork restores endangered mussels. National Park Service Natural Resource Year in Review - 2004: 48-49. May 2005
Austin, L.V., A.S. Silvis, M.S. Muthersbaugh, K.E. Powers and W.M. Ford. 2018. Bat Activity Following Repeated Prescribed Fire in the Central Appalachians. Fire Ecology 14:10 https://doi.org/10.1186/s42408-018-0009-5* December 2018
Austin, L., A. Silvis, W.M. Ford, K.E. Powers and M. Muthersbaugh. 2017. Bat Activity Following Restoration Prescribed Burning in the Central Appalachian Upland and Riparian Habitats. Natural Areas Journal 38:183-195 April 2018
Austin, L., A. Silvis, W.M. Ford and K.E. Powers. 2019. Effects of historic wildfire and prescribed fire on site occupancy of bats in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, USA. Journal of Forestry Research https://doi.org/10.1007/s11676-019-00923-y April 2019
Argentina, J.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Population ecology of variegate darter (Etheostoma variatum) in Virginia. Final report to Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Richmond, VA. Virginia Tech College of Natural Resources & Environment Reports Series, Number 2. 62 pp. June 2013
Argentina, J.E., P.L. Angermeier, E.M. Hallerman, and S.A. Welsh. 2018. Spatial extent of analysis influences observed patterns of population genetic structure in a widespread darter species (Percidae). Freshwater Biology 63: 1185–1198. April 2018
Angermeier, P.L. and M.J. Pinder. 2015. Viewing the status of Virginia’s environment through the lens of freshwater fishes. Virginia Journal of Science 66: 147-169. October 2015
Angermeier, P.L. and J.R. Karr. 2019. Ecological health indicators. Encyclopedia of Ecology (2nd Edition) 1: 391-401 and online Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier, Oxford. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.10926-1. September 2018
Angermeier, P.L. and A.M. Villamagna. 2015. Regulating services as measures of ecological Resilience on DoD lands. Final report to Department of Defense, Environmental Security Technology Certification Program, Project RC-201114, Arlington, VA. 93 pp. https://serdp-estcp.org/Program-Areas/Resource-Conservation-and-Climate-Change/Natural-Resources/Watershed-Processes-and-Management/RC-201114/RC-201114/(language)/eng-US December 2015
Angermeier, P.L. 2010. Preface: Conservation challenges for stream fish ecologists. American Fisheries Society Symposium 73: 303-309. April 2010
Angermeier, P. L., and G. Davideanu. 2004. Using fish communities to assess streams in Romania: initial development of an index of biotic integrity. Hydrobiologia 511: 65-78. August 2004
Angermeier, P. L., R. A. Smogor, and J. R. Stauffer. 2000. Regional frameworks and candidate metrics for assessing biotic integrity in mid-Atlantic highland streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:962-981. January 2000
Angermeier, P. L., K. L. Krueger, and C. A. Dolloff. 2002. Discontinuity in stream-fish distributions: implications for assessing and predicting species occurrence. Pp. 519-527 in J. M. Scott et al., editors. Predicting species occurrences: issues of accuracy and scale. Island Press, Covelo, CA. July 2002
Angermeier, P. L., A. P. Wheeler, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2004. A conceptual framework for assessing impacts of roads on aquatic biota. Fisheries 29(12): 19-29. December 2004
Angermeier, P. L. 2007. The role of fish biologists in helping society build ecological sustainability. Fisheries (Bethesda) 32: 9-20. January 2007
Angermeier, P. L. 2005. Fish biologists as conservation educators regarding economic growth. Fisheries 30(12): 37-39. December 2006
Angermeier, P. L. 2001. Reply to Povilitis: another conservation conundrum. Conservation Biology 15:536-538. March 2001
Angermeier, P. L. 2000. The natural imperative for biological conservation. Conservation Biology 14:373-381. January 2000
Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and S. Dorai-Raj. 2004. Ecological correlates of fish movement in a network of Virginia streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61: 857-869 June 2004
Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and J. T. Peterson. Does mobility limit rates of colonization and population recovery among stream fishes? Freshwater Biology 7:1444-1460. May 2009
Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and C. Gowan. 2003. Designing mark-recapture studies to reduce effects of distance-weighting on movement distance distributions of stream fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:925-939. July 2003
Adams, M.B., P.J. Edwards, W.M. Ford, T.M. Schuler, J.B. Johnson, M. Thomas-Van Gundy. 2011. Effects of development of a natural gas well and associated pipeline on the natural and scientific resources of the Fernow Experimental Forest. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NRS-76. 24 p. May 2011
Adams, M.B. W.M. Ford, T.M. Schuler and M. Thomas-Van Gundy. 2011. Effects of natural gas development on forest ecosystesm. Pages 219-226 in L. Songlin, J.M. Lhotka, J.W. Stringer, K.W. Gottschalk, and G.W. Miller (eds). Proceedings of the 17th Central Hardwood Conference. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NRS-P-78. October 2011
A. Silvis, E.R. Thomas, W. M. Ford,E. R. Britzke and M. J. Friedrich. 2014. Internal Cavity Characteristics of Northern Long-eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis) Maternity Day-roosts. USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Research Note NRS-27. 7p July 2014
Presentations Presentation Date
Zimmerman, L.L., and R.J. Neves. March 2003. Use of a complete habitat survey and a geographic information system (GIS) to identify suitable release sites for captively propagated freshwater mussels in the Clinch River, Virginia. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Zimmerman, L.L., D.G. Smith, and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Guidelines for the treatment of predacious flatworms (Macrostomum sp.) during culture of juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Zimmerman, L.L. and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Effects of temperature on longevity and viability of glochidia of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Zimmerman, L. L., and R. J. Neves. March 2000. Viability of glochidia of freshwater mussels for attachment to fish. Tri-State Fisheries Meeting of AFS, Lexington, VA. March 2000
Wills, J., and M. Vaughan 2001. Identifying black bear travel corridors along the eastern boundry of the Great Dismal Swamp NWR. 4th International Conference on Wildlife Ecology and Transportation, Keystone, CO, 9/24-28/01. September 2001
Wheeler, K., J.H. Roberts, M.C. Freeman, B.J. Freeman, and P.L. Angermeier. 2017. How well does the flow-trait framework predict short-term fish community dynamics in unregulated rivers? Annual meeting of the Southeastern fishes Council. November 2017
Wheeler, A.P., A.E. Rosenberger, and P. Angermeier. February 2005. Impacts of new highway construction on stream habitat and biota: a review. AFS- North Carolina Chapter meeting, Brown Summit, NC. February 2005
Wang, N., C.G. Ingersoll, I.E. Greer, D.W. Whites, F.J. Dwyer, A.D. Roberts, T. Augspurger, C. Kane, C. Tibbott, R.J. Neves, and M.C. Barnhart. November 2003. Developing standardized guidance for conducting toxicity tests with glochidia of freshwater mussels. Society of Environmental Toxicology, Austin, TX. November 2003
Wang, N. C. Ingersoll, C. Barnhart, R.J. Neves, T. Augspurger, J. Dwyer, and C. Kane. August 2005. Acute and chronic effects of ammonia and copper on 2-month old juvenile mussels. USEPA Mussel Toxicology Workshop, Chicago, IL. August 2005
Wang et al. November 2004. Repeatability of toxicity tests with glochidia of freshwater mussels and influence of test organism equality. SETAC Meeting, Portland, OR. November 2004
W.M. Ford, C.A. Kelly, J.L. Rodrigue, R.H. Odom, L.M. Gilley and C.A. Diggins., 2013. Spring break 2012: where the Carolina northern flying squirrels were. 2013 Southeastern Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals. Pikeville, Tennessee. February 14-15. February 2013
Villamagna, A.M., P.L. Angermeier, and B. Mogollón. 2014. Measures of watershed capacity to provide ecosystem services can inform decisions about land/water use. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2014
Villamagna, A., Y. Liang, and P. Angermeier. 2014. Integrating ecosystem services into strategies to select compatible-use lands around military bases. Annual meeting of North America Congress for Conservation Biology. (poster) July 2014
Villamagna, A., P. Angermeier, and E. Bennett. 2011. Assessing and mapping the capacity, flow, and demand on ecosystem services. Annual meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecologists – U.S. April 2011
Villamagna, A., P. Angermeier, and C.A. Dolloff. 2014. Spatiotemporal variability in thermal sensitivity of streams in subbasins of the Roanoke (VA-NC) and Chattahoochee rivers (GA). Annual meeting of Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Ecological Society of America. June 2014
Villamagna, A., P. Angermeier, and B. Mogollón. 2013. Collateral benefits of conservation: a comparison of ecosystem services provision on public and private conservation lands. Annual meeting of International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2013
Villamagna, A., P. Angermeier, B. Mogollon, and E Bennett. 2012. Viewing conservation and sustainability in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin through an ecosystem-services lens. First meeting of North America Congress for Conservation Biology.(invited) July 2012
Villamagna, A., N. Niazi, L. Cannon, and P. Angermeier. 2011. Spatial relationships between current conservation efforts and ecosystem service capacity. Annual meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecologists – U.S. April 2011
Villamagna, A., B. Mogollón, and P. Angermeier. 2013. Stakeholder engagement in scenario analysis of ecosystem services and human well-being for conservation planning in the Albemarle- Pamlico Basin. Annual meeting of United States Society for Ecological Economics. June 2013
Villamagna, A., B. Mogollon, P. Angermeier, and E. Bennett. 2012. Integrating stakeholder engagement, scenario analysis, and ecosystem-service mapping for conservation planning. Annual meeting of Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Ecological Society of America. April 2012
Villamagna, A. and P. Angermeier. 2014. Mapping the flow of ecosystem services from public and private conservation areas. Annual meeting of North America Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2014
Vaughan, M.R., and F. van Manen. 2001 History of the Southern Appalachian Black Bear Study Group and the Mid-Appalachian Bear Study Group. Presented at the 15th Eastern Black Bear Workshop, Clemson, SC. March 2001
Valenti, T.W., D.S. Cherry, R.J. Neves, and B.A. Locke. November 2003. Sensitivities of freshwater mussel glochidia and regulatory test organisms to mercury and a reference toxicant. Society of Environmental Toxicology, Austin, TX. November 2003
Valenti, T.W., D.S. Cherry, R.J. Neves, B.A. Locke, J.M. Uerz, and R.J. Currie. November 2003.Acute and chronic mercury exposures to different life stages of the rainbow mussel, Villosa iris. Society of Environmental Toxicology, Austin, TX. November 2003
Tsiouris, J.A., W. Spivack, M. Flory, and M.R. Vaughan. May 2005. Decreased CAMP levels in leukocytes of hibernating bears, due to metabolic depression, explains similar findings suggesting hypometabolism in major depression. 13th World Congress for Psychiatric Genetics, Dublin, Ireland. May 2005
True, M.C., W.M. Ford, E. Barr, S. Sweeten and R. Reynolds. 2020. Using the Motus wildlife tracking system. 2020 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Saratoga Springs, NY. January 15-18. January 2020
True, M.C., R. Reynolds and W.M. Ford. 2020. Long term acoustic monitoring of migratory tree bats on Virginia’s Atlantic Coast barrier islands – implications for offshore wind development. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Trent, J.E., M.R. Vaughan, W. McShea, D. Garshelis, G. Jien, and Z. Xiaojian. 2006. SIgn surveys to determine Asiatic black bear presence, food habits, and habitat use in China. Presented by Trent at the 17th International Conference on Bear Research and Management in Nagano, Japan. October 2006
Tredick, C., and M. Vaughan. 2005. Population abundance and genetic relatedness of American black bears on 3 National Wildlife Refuges in coastal Virginia and North Carolina, USA. 16th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Riva del Garda, Italy. September 2005
Tredick, C., S. Simek, M. Vaughan, D. Stauffer, and T. Eason. 2004. Effects of subsampling on black bear population estimates obtained usinf noninvasive genetic techniques. Presented by Tredick at the 15th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, San Diego, CA. March 2004
Thorne, E.D., C.D. Waggy, D.S. Jachowski, M.J. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. Co-Existence and Temporal Overlap of Mesocarnivores in Central and Southern Appalachia. 23rd Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Thorne, E.D., C. Waggy, D. Jachowski, M. Kelly, and W. M. Ford. 2016. Habitat associations of the eastern spotted skunk in western Virginia. 26th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Feb. 18-19, Guntersville, AL. February 2016
Thorne, E.D. and W.M. Ford. 2019. Crowd-sourcing spotted skunks: citizen science improves efforts to identify contemporary range boundary of a rare and elusive species in Virginia. Combined 24th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and 29th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S., Jacksonville, FL., February 21-22. February 2019
Thorne, E.D. and W.M. Ford. 2018. A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DEN SELECTION BY EASTERN SPOTTED SKUNKS (SPILOGALE PUTORIUS) AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATION. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Thorne, E.D. and W.M. Ford. 2017. Temporal avoidance and activity shifts of sympatric mesocarnivores in the central Appalachians. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC .Feb 16-17. February 2017
Thorne, E., R. Eng, C. Waggy, D. Jachowski and W.M. Ford. 2018. Large- and Fine-scale Habitat Associations of Eastern Spotted Skunks (Spilogale putorius) in the Central and Southern Appalachian Mountains. 2018 The Wildlife Society Meeting, Cleveland OH, October 7-11. October 2018
Teets, K.D., S. Loeb, J. Kilgo, D. Jachowski, and W. M. Ford. 2017. A changing community? The effects of White-nose Syndrome on bat community structure in the southeastern United States. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Teets, K.D., D.S. jachowski, S.C. Loeb, J.C. Kilgo and W.M. Ford. 2017. The Effects of White-nose Syndrome on Bat Community Structure in South Carolina. 2017 North American Society for Bat Research Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, October 18-21. October 2017
Sweeten, S., W.M. Ford and J. Craynon. 2014. The effects of land use and microhabitat on stream salamander occupancy in the southwest Virginia Coalfields. Mid-Atlantic Regional Water Conference. Sheppardstown WV. September 2014
Sweeten, S. and W.M. Ford. 2015. Validation of a stream and riparian habitat assessment protocol using stream salamanders in the southwest Virginia coalfields. American Society of Mining and Reclamation, Lexington KY. June 2015
Sweeten, S. and W.M. Ford. 2015. The effects of land use and microhabitat on stream salamander occupancy in the southwest Virginia Coalfields. Virginia Wildlife Society, Natural Bridge, VA. February 2015
Sweeten, S and W.M. Ford. 2015. Validation of a stream and riparian habitat assessment protocol using stream salamanders in the southwest Virginia coalfields. 2015 JOINT NATIONAL CONFERENCE of ASMR and ARRI, Lexington KY. June 16, 2015.I June 2015
Sullivan, P.J., J Acheson, P. Angermeier, J. Clark, and T. Faast. Aug 2004. Best available science: what is it and how can we provide it? Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI. August 2004
Starliper, C., R.J. Neves, and E. Bardash, P. Morrison, C. Cull, and D. Rhine. June 2005. Bacteriological studies on freshwater mussels: the flora present in the free-ranging animals and pathogen depuration by two species, Amblema plicata and Fusconaia ebena. Thirtieth Annual Eastern Fish Health Workshop, Shepherdstown, WV. June 2005
Starliper, C. R.J. Neves, W.F. Henley, and S. D. Hanlon. March 2003. Development of expected, normal bacterial flora databases (from selected unionids) and their use to identify disease causing agents. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
St. Germain, M.J. S.P. Bombaci, D.S. Jachowski, W.M. Ford, R.E. Russell, and S.C. Loeb. 2019. I shall be released! Clemency from the WNS parole board. Combined 24th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and 29th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S., Jacksonville, FL., February 21-22. February 2019
St. Germain, M., A. Silvis, A. Kniowski and W.M. Ford. 2016. Dynamic landscape change detection of ephemeral habitats for the endangered Indiana bat in mid-Atlantic landscapes. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh NC. October 15-19. October 2016
St. Germain, M, A. Silvis, W.M. Ford and A. Kniowski. 2016. WHO KNEW? INDIANA BAT MATERNITY COLONIES IN OLD VIRGINIA. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore MD. January 12-13 January 2016
Sleezer, L.J., P.L. Angermeier, and E.A. Frimpong. 2019. A brief history of non-native fish invasions in the New River basin. New River Symposium. April 2019
Sleezer, L.J, E.A. Frimpong, and P.L. Angermeier. 2019. Examining multi-scale effects of land use on fish abundance within the New River basin. Joint meeting of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2019
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, and E.R. Britzke.2014. EFFECTS OF HIERARCHICAL ROOST REMOVAL ON NORTHERN BAT ROOSTING ECOLOGY 2014 Colloquium of Conservation of Mammals in the South. Nacogdoches, TX. February 2014
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, and E.R. Britzke. 2014. Roost Tree Selection by Bats - What Do Random Trees and One Year of Data Really Tell Us? 2014 North American Society for Bat Research. Oct. 22-25, Albany NY. October 2014
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke. Northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) management: Insights from a multi-year study at Fort Knox, Kentucky. 2015 JOINT NATIONAL CONFERENCE of ASMR and ARRI, Lexington KY. June 16, 2015.I June 2015
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and N. Beane. 2012. Land use history and maternity roost selection by Myotis septentrionalis in a mesyophytic hardwood forest. 22nd Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the South. February 23-24, Louisville, MS. February 2012
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, and J.B. Johnson. 2013. Northern bat maternity colony networks. Abstracts of the 2013 Wildlife Society Meeting. Milwaukee, WI. October 5-8. October 2013
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke, N. Beane, and J.B. Johnson. Day-roost ecology of the northern bat (Myotis septentrionalis) in a mesophytic hardwood forest. 9th North American Forest Ecology Workshop. Bloomington, Indiana. June 16-20. June 2013
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford, E.R. Britzke and J.B. Johnson. 2013. Identification and delineation of Myotis septentrionalis day-roost networks. 2013 Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the South. Pikeville, Tennessee. February 14-15. February 2013
Silvis, A., W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2015. Northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) management: Insights from a multi-year study at Fort Knox, Kentucky. American Society of Mining and Reclamation, Lexington, KY. June 2015
Silvis, A., S. Sweeten, W.M. Ford and A. Kniowski. 2016. POST WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME DISTRIBUTION OF NORTHERN LONG-EARED AND INDIANA BATS IN VIRGINIA. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore MD. January 12-13. January 2016
Silvis, A., M. Hyde, E.M. Hallerman and W.M. Ford. 2016. Effects Of Roost Removal On Social And Genetic Aspects Of Northern Long-eared Bat Maternity Colony Dynamics. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Silvis, A., J. Hall, S. Deeley, M. Mutherspaugh, L. Austin, N. Kalen, M. St. Germain and W.M. Ford. 2017. Level of effort required for northern long-eared bat surveys and colony status assessment in the mid-Atlantic region. 2017 Northeast Bat Working Group. January 11-12, Amherst MA. January 2017
Silvis, A., A.B. Kniowski, J.L. Rodrigue, and W.M. Ford. 2014. FOREST HABITAT RELATIONSHIPS OF THE NORTHERN BAT DERIVED FROM LONG-TERM RESEARCH ON THE FERNOW EXPERIMENTAL FOREST, WV. 2014 Colloquium on fhe Conservation of Mammals in the South, Nacogdoches, TX. February 2014
Silvis, A. and W.M. Ford 2017. Thoughts on uncertainty in bat acoustics. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals, Asheville NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Silivis, A., W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2015. Insights for conservation of northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) derived from a multi-year study at Fort Knox, Kentucky. North American Joint Bat Working Group Meeting, St. Louis, MO. March 2015
Shirazi, M.J.., D. Hakkenberg, N. Abaid, W. M.Ford, and A Silvis. 2017. Relationships of environmental structure to echolocation pulse quality. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Sheldon, D., M.R. Vaughan, and J. Parkhurst. 2001. Research and management related bear injuries and mortalities. Presented at the 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001 May 2001
Schuler, T.M., M. Thomas-Van Gundy, M.B. Adams and W.M. Ford. 2011. The mesophytic seed bank and response to prescribed fire. 8th North American Forest Ecology Workshop. 8:156. June 2011
Saylor, R.K., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Diet ecology of non-native northern snakehead (Channa argus) compared to three co-occurring predators in the lower Potomac River. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. February 2012
Savidge, T., M. Petty, and R. J. Neves. March 2003. Distribution survey of the James spinymussel (Pleurobema collina) in the Dan River drainage, Virginia. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Santiago, M., M. Armstong, W.M. Ford and T.L. Derring. 2014. BAT SURVEYS IN THE KENTUCKY PURCHASE: WHAT DOES ACOUSTICS AND NETTING BUY PRE-WNS? 2014 Colloquium of Conservation of Mammals in the South. Nacogdoches, TX. February 2014
S.W. Donahue, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. Disuse osteopenia in hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus). 30th International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. Sun Valley, ID. 2000 June 2000
S.W. Donahue, M. R. Vaughan, L. M. Demers, and H. J. Donahue. Disuse osteopenia in hibernating bears. 31st International Workshop on Hard Tissue Biology. Sun Valley, ID. 2001. November 2001
Ryan, C.W., and M.R. Vaughan. 2000. Denning ecology of black bears in southwestern Virginia. 56th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference. April 2000
Ryan, C.W., and M.R. Vaughan. 2000 Reproduction and survival of black bears in southwestern Virginia. 56th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference. April 2000
Ryan, C.W., M.R. Vaughan, J.B. Meldrum, R.B. Duncan, and J.W. Edwards. 2007. Retention time of Telazol in black bears April 2007
Rosenberger, A.E. and P.L. Angermeier. Habitat associations of the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in three Virginia rivers: implications for conservation. February 2002
Rosenberger, A.E. and P.L. Angermeier. February 2002. Habitat associations of the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in three Virginia rivers: implications for conservation. Annual meeting of Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. February 2002
Rosenberger, A.E. and P.L. Angermeier. December 2001. Size-related shifts in habitat use by the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex): implications for conservation. Joint meeting of Virginia Tech Chapter and Tennessee Student Subunit of American Fisheries Society, Blacksburg, VA. December 2001
Rosenberger, A.E. and P.L. Angermeier. August 2002. Habitat associations of the endangered Roanoke logperch in three Virginia rivers. Annual meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Kansas City, MO. August 2002
Rosenberger, A. and P.L. Angermeier. February 2001. Size-related shifts in habitat use by the federally endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex): implication for conservation, Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Jacksonville, FL. February 2001
Rogers, S.O., and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Host fish suitability and population demographics of the endangered tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri) in Virginia. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Robyn A. Niver, Mike Armstrong, Andrew King, and W. Mark Ford. 2014. The 2014 Indiana bat summer survey guidance. 2014 Northeastern Bat Working Group. Jan 8-10, Clinton NJ. January 2014
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2014. Potential for genetic monitoring to detect biotic impacts of river habitat fragmentation and land-use change. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2014
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. A new framework to evaluate and avert risks to fragmented populations of stream fish. Annual meeting of International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2013
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2011. Using spatial ecological and genetic data to inform conservation of endangered Roanoke logperch. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. January 2011
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2010. Extensive dispersal of Roanoke logperch inferred from genetic marker data. Annual meeting of Southeastern Fishes Council. June 2010
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, E.M. Hallerman, D.J. Dutton, and J.E. Davis. 2008. Population genetics of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex), an endangered stream fish, inform its conservation strategy. Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology July 2008
Roberts, J.H., D.J. Dutton, P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2007. Using microsatellites to characterize the population genetic structure of redline and greenside darters in the upper Tennessee River basin. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. February 2007
Roberts, J.H., D.J. Dutton, P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2007. Incorporating population boundaries into AGAP assessments: is Gerrymandering in order? Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program. September 2007
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. Influences of instream features on the dispersal patterns of darters. February 2002
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. February 2005. Assumptions, evolution, and application of conceptual models of Roanoke logperch population dynamics. AFS-Southern Division meeting, Virginia Beach, VA. February 2005
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2003. A comparison of injectable flourescent marks in two genera of darters: effects on mortality and retention rates. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Southern Division, Wilmington, NC. February 2003
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2002. Influences of instream features on the dispersal patterns of darters. Annual meeting of Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. February 2002
Roberts, J., Y. Jiao, P. Angermeier, and B. Albanese. 2011. Linking individual fish movement to the demographics and genetics of populations. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2011
Roberts, J., Y. Jiao, P. Angermeier, and B. Albanese. 2012. A meta-analysis of North American stream fish movement studies. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2012
Roberts, J., E. Hallerman, J. Jones, and P. Angermeier. 2010. Effects of dams, reservoirs, and tailwaters on functional connectivity in the upper Tennessee River basin. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2010
Roberts, J., D. Dutton, J. Davis, P. Angermeier, and E. Hallerman. 2009. Balancing risks to the endangered Roanoke logperch. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. Nashville, TN (invited) September 2009
Reynolds, R., K.E. Francl, W. Orndorff, and W.M. Ford. 2013. Assessing population and demographic trends in Virginia's cave bats, 2008-2012. 2013 Virginia Chapter of the Wildlife Society Meeting. Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia. February 12-13. February 2013
Reynolds, R., K. Powers, W. Orndorff, C. Hobson and W.M. Ford. 2016. CHANGES IN NORTHERN LONG-EARED BAT CAPTURE RATES AND DEMOGRAPHICS IN WESTERN VIRGINIA: PRE AND POST WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore, MD, January 11-13. January 2016
Rash, J. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Life history characteristics of the Atlantic pigtoe (Fusconaia masoni). Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. May 2005
R.J. Neves. May 2004. Restoration of endangered freshwater mussel populations to rivers. River Management Society, Lake Tahoe, CA. May 2004
Quinlan, B., H. Abernathy, D. Kalb, E.D. Thorne, W.M. Ford and M.J. Cherry. 2020. Elk in the Old Dominion: preliminary assessment of habitat assessment. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Powers, K.E., W. Orndorff, R. J. Reynolds, M. Short, T. Malabad, W.M. Ford, K. Kosič-Ficco and S. Sweeten. 2019. Gray bat activity in southwest Virginia. 2019 Northeast Bat Working Group Meeting, State College PA, January 16-18. January 2019
Powers, K., R. Reynolds, W. Orndorff, W.M. Ford and C. Hobson. 2015. Update on hibernacula trends in Virginia's cave bats, 2009-2015. Virginia Wildlife Society, Natural Bridge, VA. February 2015
Powers, K., B. Hzyz, R. Reynolds, W. Orndorff and W.M. Ford. 2016. MONITORING THE STATUS OF GRAY BATS (MYOTIS GRISESCENS) IN VIRGINIA AND POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore, MD. January 11-13. January 2016
Pendleton, R., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Describing the impact of non-native fishes: spatial patterns and species traits. Species Introductions and Re-introduction Symposium, co-sponsored by American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society. January 2010
Pendleton, R., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Describing the impact of non-native fishes: spatial patterns and species traits. 11th Ecological Integration Symposium – Understanding Patterns and Processes Across Scales. January 2010
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Use of mesohabitat and microhabitat patches by freshwater mussels in the Clinch River, Virginia and Tennessee. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Ostby, B.J. and R.J. Neves. May 2004. Characterization of freshwater mussel microhabitat in the upper Clinch River, Virginia. Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA. May 2004
Ostby, B., and R.J. Neves. November 2003. Characterization of suitable freshwater mussels microhabitat in the upper Clinch River, Virginia. Third Annual Future Fisheries Professionals Student Colloquium, Morgantown, WV. November 2003
Ostby, B., P. Angermeier, and M. Pinder. 2013. Semi-quantitative surveys of the freshwater mollusk assemblages in the Little River, Virginia. Poster at annual meeting of Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society. March 2013
Olfenbuttel, C., and M.R. Vaughan. 2006. Home range dynamics of black bears in the Alleghany Mountains of western Virginia. Presented by Olfenbuttel at the 60th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies in Norfolk, VA. April 2006
Olfenbuttel, C., N. Parker, and M. Vaughan. 2002. Use of Ultrasonography as a non-invasive tool to detect and monitor black bear fetal development. 14th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Steinkjer, Norway, July 29-August 3, 2002. July 2002
Olfenbuttel, C., B. Parker, and M. Vaughan. November 2002. Reproduction in female black bears: monitoring pre- and post-natal development in cubs' Carnivore 2002 Meeting, Monterey, CA. November 2002
Olfenbuttel, C., A.S. Bridges, and M.R. Vaughan. 2003. Reproductive biology in American black bears. 3rd International Wildlife Congress, Christchurch, New Zealand. December 2003
Olfenbuttel, C., A. Bridges, and M. Vaughan. 2001. Introduction of captive-raised orphaned black bear cubs into the wild. 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001. May 2001
Olden, J.D., N.L. Poff, and P.L. Angermeier. Feb 2004. Impacts of altered riverine thermal regimes on warmwater fish assemblages - the establishment of productive tailwater trout fisheries but at what cost? Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Oklahoma City, OK. (invited) February 2004
Olden, J.D., N.L. Poff, and P.L. Angermeier. Aug 2004. Upstream and downstream recovery of warmwater fish assemblages to multiple dam disturbance gradients. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI. August 2004
Odom, R.H.,S.P. Prisl ey, W.M. Ford, N.M. Beane, S.R. Brasfield, and E.R. Britzke. 2013. Using Holdridge Life Zones to characterize potential impacts of climate. Poster Presentation. 2013 Society of American Foresters Annual Conference. Charleston, SC. change on forest ecoregions in the eastern United States. October 2013
O'Neill, D., L. Crane, and M. Vaughan. 2001. Modifying Aldrich foot snares to reduce injuries to black bears. 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001. May 2001
Nocera, T.A., C.A. Dobony, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2018. WNS-INDUCED TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL CHANGES IN LITTLE BROWN BAT ACTIVTY. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Nocera, T., C.A. Dobony, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2018. WNS-induced temporal and spatial changes in little brown bat activity. 2018 The Wildlife Society Meeting. Cleveland, OH. October 7-11. October 2018
Nocera, T., C.A. Dobony, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2018. LET’S JUST AGREE TO DISAGREE: COMPARING AUTO-ACOUSTIC IDENTIFICATION PROGRAMS. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Neves, RJ., J.W. Jones, W.F. Henley, and RA. Mair. March 2003. Freshwater mussel propagation: the harvest is great but the workers are few. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Neves, R.J., M.R. Vaughan, and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Endangered species research at the Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Deans Forum on the Environment, Virginia Tech. October 2007
Neves, R.J., J.W.Jones, W.F. Henley, and R. Mair. February 2003. Construction of a mussel propagation facility: a partnership for restoration and recovery of endangered species. Aquaculture America Conference, Louisvile, KY. February 2003
Neves, R.J., J.W. Jones, and W.F. Henley. Propagation of endangered freshwater mussels in recirculating culture systems. National Shellfisheries Association, Mystic, CT. April 2002
Neves, R.J., J.W. Jones, W.F. Henley, and R. M. Mair. April 2003. Propagation of freshwater mussels for pearl culture. National Shellfisheries Association, New Orleans, LA. April 2003
Neves, R.J., J. Jones, and E. Hallerman. June 2004. Conservation and restoration of freshwater fauna in the United States. Conservation Genetics Workshop on Imperiled Mollusks and Fishes, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Shepherdstown, WV. June 2004
Neves, R.J. and J.W. Jones. December 2001. Freshwater mussel research at Virginia Tech, Tennessee Rare Aquatic Mollusk Committee Meeting, Knoxville, TN. December 2001
Neves, R.J. and D. Hua. May 2005. Feasibility of pearl culture using native freshwater mussels. Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, Choctaw, MS. May 2005
Neves, R.J. and C. Barnhart. Methods for culturing freshwater mussels, USEPA Mussel ToxicityWorkshop Chicago, IL August 2005
Neves, R.J. October 2004. Endangered aquatic species. Conference on Creationism, Front Royal, VA. October 2004
Neves, R.J. November 2003. Freshwater mussel propagation: bringing back the natives. North American Lake Management Society, Foxwoods, CT. November 2003
Neves, R.J. May 2005. The James spinymussel. VDOT Workshop, Wytheville, VA. May 2005
Neves, R.J. March 2005. The James spinymussel. Upper James River Roundtable Meeting, Warm Springs, VA. March 2005
Neves, R.J. March 2004. Status of freshwater mussels in the Southeast. March 2004. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Tuscaloosa, AL. March 2004
Neves, R.J. March 2004. Restoration of freshwater mussel populations after NRDA settlements. Natural Resource Damage Assessment Workshop on Restoration, Phoenix, AZ. March 2004
Neves, R.J. March 2004. Recovery of endangered mussel populations in rivers of the eastern United States. National Shellfisheries Association, Honolulu, HI. March 2004
Neves, R.J. March 2002. Concluding remarks on the propagation workshop. Freshwater Mollusk Propagation Workshop, Shepherdstown, WV. March 2002
Neves, R.J. March 19, 2001. Propagation and restoration of endangered mussels in the Tennessee River system, U.S.A. Malacological Society of London, Cambridge, England. March 2001
Neves, R.J. July 2004. Propagation of endangered freshwater mussel populations in the eastern United States. World Congress of Malacology, Perth, Australia. July 2004
Neves, R.J. August 20, 2001. Propagation of endangered mollusks in North America. World Malacological Congress, Vienna, Austria. August 2001
Neves, R.J. April 28, 2001. Invertebrates- why should we care. Conference on the Value of Nature, Blacksburg, VA. April 2001
Neves, R.J. An introduction andoverview of freshwater musselpropagation. Freshwater Mollusk Propagation Workshop, Shepherdstown, WV. March 2002
Neves, R. J., and L. A. Helfrich. May 2000. Multimedia public education for the recovery of America's threatened aquatic animals. North American Benthological Society, Keystone, CO. May 2000
Neves, R. J. November 1999. A modern Noah's ark story: saving endangered mollusks from extinction. Invited Seminar. University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL. November 1999
Needham, K., and M. R. Vaughan. 1999. Evaluating black bear cub subcutaneous implants. Sixth Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Austin, TX. November 2000
Neal, E.A., C.M. Gatenby, D.A. Kreeger, A. Capili, and R.J. Neves. March 2003. Clearance rate of wild Elliptio dilatata, Lasmigona costata, and Actinnoaias ligamentina. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Nareff, G.E., P.B. Wood, T. Fearer, K. Parker, W.M. Ford, J. Larkin, S. Stoleson. Cerulean Warbler and Associated Species Response to Silvicultural Prescriptions in the Central Appalachian Region. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. Oct 2014 October 2014
Nareff, G.E., P.B. Wood, T. Fearer, K. Parker, W.M. Ford, J. Larkin, S. Stoleson. Cerulean Warbler and Associated Species Response to Silvicultural Prescriptions in the Central Appalachian Region. NE-SE Partners in Flight. Virginia Beach, VA. Oct 2014 October 2014
Nareff, G.E., P.B. Wood, T. Fearer, J. Larkin, W.M. Ford, S. Stoleson. Cerulean Warbler and Associated Species Response to Silvicultural Prescriptions in the Central Appalachian Region. North American Ornithological Conference. Washington D.C. August 2016
Muthersbaugh, M.S., A. Silvis, S.E. Sweeten, and W.M. Ford. 2017. Fall and spring activity of bat species in the central Appalachians around hibernacula. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb 16-17. February 2017
Muthersbaugh, M.A., S.E. Sweeten, A. Silvis, W.M. Ford and L.V. Austin. 2016. Fall activity patterns of migratory and cave dwelling bats species in the central Appalachians. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Muthersbaugh, M., S. Sweeten, A. Silvis, W.M. Ford and L. Austin. 2016. FALL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF MIGRATORY AND CAVE DWELLING BAT SPECIES IN THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore MD. January 12-13. January 2016
Muthersbaugh, M, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2018. DRIVERS OF FALL AND SPRING HOURLY ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF MIGRATORY BAT SPECIES IN THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Mummert, A.K., J.J. Newcomb, and R.J. Neves. May 23, 2001. Propagation of juvenile mussels at a national fish hatchery. Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. May 2001
Mummert, A. K., R. J. Neves, and T. J. Newcomb. June 2000. Can we raise mussels in a fish hatchery raceway? Centennial Celebration of White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery, White Sulphur Springs, WV. June 2000
Moyer, G., J. Roberts, E. Hallerman, and P. Angermeier. 2015. Developing a translocation risk- assessment framework for aquatic organisms of the southeastern United States. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2015
Mouser, J.B., S. Ciparis, and P.L. Angermeier. 2020. Assessing efficacy of agricultural BMPs to inform
stream restoration in southwestern Virginia. Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global Change
Graduate Student Research Symposium.
[postponed due to covid-19]
April 2020
Mouser, J.B., S. Ciparis, and P. Angermeier. Apr 2021. Assessing efficacy of agricultural best
management practices for restoring stream health. Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global
Change Graduate Student Research Symposium.
April 2021
Mouser, J.B., A. Dayer, S. Ciparis, and P. Angermeier. Mar 2021. An interdisciplinary approach for
determining efficacy of agricultural best management practices. Annual meeting of Virginia Lakes
and Watersheds Association.
March 2021
Mouser, J.B, R. Walker, S. Entrekin, and P. Angermeier. Apr 2021. Influence of salinization on
freshwater crustaceans (Decapoda: Amphipoda, Astacidea Brachyura, Caridea, and Isopoda). Annual
meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society.
April 2021
Moll, D., R. Duncan, J. Jones, M. Moon, D. Blodgett, and M. Vaughan. 2001 Cretinism in a wild American black bear. 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001. May 2001
Mogollón, B., A. Villamagna, and P. Angermeier. 2013. An ecosystem service framework to evaluate landscape-level sustainability of freshwater recreational fishing. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2013
Mogollon, B., A. Villamagna, and P. Angermeier. 2012. Mapping cultural ecosystem services: the case of freshwater recreational fishing in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. Annual meeting of Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Ecological Society of America. April 2012
Mogollon, B. and P. Angermeier. 2014. Relative influences of land cover and precipitation on recurrence intervals of inland riverine floods in Virginia and North Carolina. Virginia Tech’s Annual Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation Graduate Research Symposium. April 2014
Mogollon, B. and P. Angermeier. 2014. Mapping the capacity of watersheds to regulate floods: technological and biophysical factors. Annual conference of Universities Council on Water Resources. June 2014
Mogollon, B. and P. Angermeier. 2014. Assessing landscape capacity to regulate floods in elected watersheds across North Carolina and Virginia. Annual meeting of Virginia Water Conference. March 2014
Millspaugh, J., D.S. Jachowski, R. Slotow, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. The future of animal reintroduction. Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society. October 2016
McLaughlin, C.R. and M.R. Vaughan. 1999 (published in 2002). Research needs and priorities for black bears in the eastern USA. 15th Eastern Black Bear Workshop, Lenox, MA. Pp 116-134. (invited paper). April 2002
McCann, M.T., J.L. Farris, and RJ. Neves. March 2003. Impacts on early lifestages of freshwater mussels from sediments and contributed metals associated with surface mining in southwest Virginia. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
McBaine, K.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2018. Preliminary assessment of within-stream movement patterns of Candy Darter in Virginia. Meeting of Virginia and Virginia Tech chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2018
McBaine, K.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2018. Preliminary assessment of within-stream movement patterns of Candy Darter in Virginia. Annual meeting of the Southeastern Fishes Council. November 2018
McBaine, K.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.A. Frimpong. 2019. Variation in detectability among riffle- dwelling fishes in two Virginia streams. Joint meeting of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2019
McBaine, K.E. and P.L. Angermeier. 2017. Natural history, threats, and current research related to candy darter in Virginia. New River Symposium. May 2017
McBaine, K. and P.L. Angermeier. 2019. Evolving threats, conflicts, and management of Candy Darter in Virginia and West Virginia. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. October 2019
Mattson, K.M., and P.L Angermeier. June 2003. Threat assessment in conservation planning: transferring approaches from terrestrial to aquatic systems. Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, MN. June 2003
Mattson, K.M., P.L. Angermeier, and E.A. Frimpong. 2007. Testing the sensitivity of a rank-based threat assessment model applied to the upper Tennessee River basin, USA. Annual meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecologists - U.S. April 2007
Mattson, K.M., P.L. Angermeier, K.L. Krueger. April 2005. Integrating ecological risk into regional planning to conserve freshwater fishes of the upper Tennessee River basin. 10th Annual Spring Research Symposium. Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. American Museum of Natural History. New York, NY. April 2005
Mattson, K.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Using determinants of biological integrity to assess ecological risk among watersheds for conservation planning. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society. (invited) April 2009
Mattson, K.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Integrating ecological risks into regional planning: Conserving watersheds in the real world. Annual meeting of Society of Evironmental Journalists. June 2008
Mattson, K.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Using a vulnerability assessment to determine protective status of fishes in aquatic gap analyses. Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program. September 2007
Mattson, K.M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Patterns of change in land use and mussel distributions within the Clinch-Powell River basin, USA. Virginia Tech Symposium on Coal Mining and the Aquatic Environment. (invited) September 2007
Mattson, K.M, S.D. Klopfer, and P.L. Angermeier. May 2004. Incorporating spatial risk into conservation planning: a protocol for threat assessment. Annual meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecologists. U.S. Las Vegas, NV. May 2004
Mattson, K., P. Angermeier, and S. Klopfer. Oct 2003. Applying threat assessment to the gap analysis approach in aquatic systems. Poster at annual meeting of the National Gap Analysis Program, Fort Collins, CO. October 2003
Mattson, K. and P. Angermeier. 2007. Integrating ecological risk into regional planning to conserve freshwater fishes of the upper Tennessee River basin. Deans Forum on the Environment, Virginia Tech. October 2007
Martin, Z.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2019. Testing effects of embeddedness on nest-site choice and oviposition by a cavity-nesting stream fish. Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global Change Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 2019
Martin, Z.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2018. A modeling-monitoring approach to relate sediment loads to stream habitat quality and agricultural best management practices in Copper Creek (Clinch River). Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global Change Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 2018
Martin, Z., S. Ciparis, P. Angermeier, and D. Orth. 2017. Multi-level impacts of coal mining on stream fish communities in the Clinch River and Powell River watersheds. Annual meeting of Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. April 2017
Martin, Z., S. Ciparis, P. Angermeier, and D. Orth. 2017. Multi-level impacts of coal mining on stream fishes in the Clinch River and Powell River watersheds of Virginia. Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global Change Graduate Student Research Symposium. April 2017
Martin, Z., S. Ciparis, P. Angermeier, and D. Orth. 2017. Impacts of coal mining on stream fish diversity and distribution in the Clinch River and Powell River watersheds. Meeting of Virginia and Virginia Tech Chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2017
Martin, Z., S. Ciparis, D. Orth, and P. Angermeier. 2016. Impacts of mining effluent on fishes in the Clinch River and Powell River watersheds. Virginia Tech’s Annual Interfaces of Global Change Graduate Research Symposium. April 2016
Martin, Z., P. Angermeier, and D. Orth. 2017. Using species distribution models to identify negative threshold responses to coal mining stressors in Appalachian stream fishes. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) August 2017
Martin, Z., A. Villamagna, L. Scott, and P. Angermeier. 2015. Landscape-scale influences on in-stream habitat for endangered Roanoke logperch, Percina rex. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2015
Martin, Z. and P. Angermeier. 2018. Testing effects of embeddedness on nest-site choice and oviposition by a cavity-nesting stream fish. Annual meeting of the Southeastern Fishes Council. November 2018
Martin, G., H. Greenway, J. Buckwalter, and P. Angermeier. 2019. Patterns of larval darter catch in the upper Roanoke River drainage. Poster at joint meeting of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2019
Mair, R.A., J.A. Guyot, and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Host fish identification trials for four species of freshwater mussels in the subfamily Anodontinae. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Mair, R., J. Jones, and R.J. Neves. May 2002. Life history aspects of the creeper, Strophitus undulatus, and green floater, Lasmigona subviridis (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Virginia Academy of Science, Hampton, VA. May 2002
Mair, R., J. Jones, R.J. Neves, S. Ahstedt, and S. Bakaletz. March 2003. Propagation and culture of juvenile freshwater mussels in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area of the Cumberland River, Tennessee. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Mair, R. , J. Jones, and R. J. Neves. Life history aspects of the creeper, Strophitus undulatus, and green floater, Lasmigona subviridis (Bivalvia Unionidae). May 2002
Mahoney, K.R., K.R. Russell, and W.M. Ford. November 2011. Long-term responses of woodland salamanders to prescribed fires in the Appalachian Mountains. The Wildlife Society 18th Annual Conference. Waikoloa, HI. Nov. 5-10. November 2011
Mahoney, K.R., K.R. Russell, and W.M. Ford. April 2012. Woodland salamander responses to silvicultural practices within the Monongahela National Forest of West Virginia. Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Ecological Society of America. Blacksburg, VA. April 14. April 2012
Lipford, K.A., C.A. Diggins and W.M. Ford. 2016. SUMMER OCCUPANCY RATES OF SCIURID POPULATIONS USING CAMERA TRAPS. 26th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Guntersville, AL. February 18-19. February 2016
Lipford, K.A., C.A. Diggins and W.M. Ford. 2016. Summer habitat occupancy of sciurid populations using camera traps. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh NC. Oct 15-19. October 2016
Linticum, N.V., A. Rosenberger, and P.L. Angermeier. February 2002. Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) age and growth: a comparison between three populations. Annual meeting of Southern Division of American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. February 2002
Lintecum, N.V., A. Rosenberger, and P.L. Angermeier. Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) age and growth: a comparison between three populations. February 2002
Liberty, A.J., and R.J. Neves. May 2004. Biochemical composition of four species of freshwater mussels held at a state fish hatchery. Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA. May 2004
Liberty, A.J. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Determining a suitable substrate size and sampling frequency for rearing juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. May 2005
Liberty, A. and R.J. Neves. April 2004. Biochemical composition of four species of freshwater mussels held at a state fish hatchery. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, Baltimore, MD. April 2004
Liang, Y., A. Villamagna, and P.L. Angermeier. 2014. Assessing riparian filtration using spatially explicit GIS flowpath models. Annual meeting of Virginia GIS Conference. September 2014
Lee, D., and M. Vaughan. 2002. Dispersal of yearling and subadult black bears in western Virginia. 14th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Steinkjer, Norway, July 29-August 3, 2002. July 2002
Lee, D. and M.R. Vaughan. 2001. Reliability, retention rate, and signal strength of ear tag transmitters used on black bears in western Virginia. 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001 May 2001
Lee, D. and M. Vaughan 2004. Survival and dispersal of black bears in Virginia. Texas A&M Student Ecological Conference, College Station, TX. March 2004
Lauren V. Austin, Alexander Silvis, Michael S. Muthersbaugh, Karen E. Powers2, W. Mark Ford, and Michael S. Muthersbaugh. 2018. BAT ACTIVITY FOLLOWING REPEATED PRESCRIBED FIRE IN THE CENTRAL APPALACHIANS. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Lapointe, N.W.R., R.K. Saylor, and P.L. Angermeier. 2018. Diel feeding and movement activity of Northern Snakehead (Channa argus). 1st International Snakehead Symposium. (invited) July 2018
Lapointe, N.W.R., J.S. Odenkirk, and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Movement, dispersal, and home range of northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River system. October 2009
Lapointe, N.W.R., J.S. Odenkirk, and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Natural history of introduced northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River catchment. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. February 2008
Lapointe, N.W.R., J. Odenkirk, and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Habitat use, home range, and dispersal of recently introduced northern snakehead in the Potomac River catchment. Annual meeting of Ecological Society of America. August 2007
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Ecology of a recently introduced population of northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River, Virginia. Annual conference on Ecological and Evolutionary Ethology of Fishes. May 2012
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. A history of fish invasions in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. and implications for future trends. Annual convention of North American Native Fishes Association (invited). Roanoke, VA May 2011
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Estimating risk of fish invaders in the mid-Atlantic region. Semi-annual meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species. June 2010
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Natural history of northern snakehead in the Potomac River catchment: implications for control. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2008
Lamaroux, N., N. L. Poff, and P.L. Angermeier. July 2001. Covergence of stream fish community traits in France and Virginia (USA) along geomorphic and hydraulic gradients. 2nd International Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Toulouse, France. July 2001
Lahey, A. and P. Angermeier. 2007. The effect of study extent and grain on the interspecific relation between distribution and abundance in stream fishes. Student Colloquium of Southern Division of American Fisheries Society. October 2007
Krueger, K.L. and P.L. Angermeier. June 2001. Predicting fish occurrence in large spatial units: effects of sampling aqequacy on inference. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society, La Crosse, WI. June 2001
Krueger, K.L. and P.L. Angermeier. January 2003. Comparison of methods to predict the occurrence of fishes among stream reaches in Virginia drainages. International Conference on Resource Selection by Animals. Laramie, WY. January 2003
Krueger, K.L. and P.L. Angermeier. February 2001. Characterizing fish assemblage composition at large spatial scales: how much sampling is enough? Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. Jacksonville, FL. February 2001
Krometis, L.A., P. Angermeier, M. Stern, and T. Hemby. 2018. Relationships among human health and well-being, aquatic ecosystem health, and demographics in Virginia. Annual meeting of American Public Health Association. November 2018
Kroboth, P., N.W.R. Lapointe, and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Pilot study on the use of passive gears to capture northern snakehead. Joint annual meeting of Virginia Chapter of American Fisheries Society and Virginia Chapter of The Wildlife Society. January 2010
Kniowski, A.B., M.J. Cherry, N.W. Lafon, D.E. Steffen, W.M. Knox and W.M. Ford. 2017. Effects of mast, landscape composition and herd density on nutritional condition of white-tailed deer in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. 2017 Southeast Deer Study Group, St. Louis, MO. February 27-March 1. March 2017
Kniowski, A.B., A. Silvis, S.D. Gehrt and W.M. Ford. 2013. Network structure and social assortment by the Indiana bat at an Ohio maternity site. 2013 Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the South. Pikeville, Tennessee. February 14-15. February 2013
Kniowski, A.B. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Spatial patterns of white-tailed deer herbivory in the central Appalachian Mountains. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Klopfer, S., K. Mattson, and P. Angermeier. 2005. Utilizing available spatial data to assess ecological risk in an aquatic gap analysis for the upper Tennessee River basin. American Fisheries Society, Anchorage, AK. September 2005
Klenzendorf,S., and M. Vaughan. 2002. Effects of radio collars on black bear survival analyses. 14th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Steinkjer, Norway, July 29-August 3, 2002 July 2002
Klenzendorf, S., and M.R. Vaughan. 2001. Den type fidelity of American black bears in western Virginia. Presented at the 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY May 20-26 May 2001
Kime, J., K.E. Francl, R. Reynolds, W. Orndorff, J.L. Rodrigue, and W.M. Ford. 2012. Quantitative wing damage of bats during fall and spring surveying efforts at Virginia hibernacula. 2012 Northeast Bat Working Group. January 2012
Kelly, C.M., W.M. Ford, L.M. Gilley, C.A. Diggins, and A.M. Evans/ 2013. Toward a better understanding of the distribution and monitoring needs of the Carolina northern flying squirrel. 2013 Southeastern Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals. Pikeville, Tennessee, February 14-15. February 2013
Kalen, N.J., A.S. Foy, P.R. Moosman and W.M. Ford. 2020. Eastern small-footed bat ecology at Shenandoah National Park. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Kalen, N.J., M. S. Mutherspaugh, S.M. Deeley, A. Silvis, and W.M. Ford. 2017. Vampire coffins and northern long-eared bat day-roosts: widely known but rarely observed haunts of the living dead.. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium of Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Kalen, N., M. Muthersbaugh, J.B Johnson, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2019. Maternity roosting of northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) following white-nose syndrome in the central Appalachians. 2019 Northeast Bat Working Group Meeting, State College PA, January 16-18. January 2019
Kalen, N, M.A. Mutherbaugh, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. Activity patterns of bats at Shenandoah National Park. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Jorge, M., S.R. Freeze, K. Gorman, H. Taylor, M. True, S. Sweeten, M.J. Cherry and W.M. Ford. Bat winter day-roost site and foraging activity on a pyric landscape in northern Florida. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28- Oct 1. September 2020
Jones, S.C., W.M. Ford, J. Rentch, G. Nowacki and M. Thomas-Van Gundy. 2018. Spruce-fir in the Central and Southern Appalachians – Endemic Oddity or Conservation Opportunity? 2018 The Wildlife Society Meeting, Cleveland OH, October 7-11. October 2018
Jones, J.W., and R.J. Neves. May 2004. A status survey of freshwater mussel populations in the upper North Fork Holston River, Virginia. Virginia Academy of Science, Richmond, VA. May 2004
Jones, J.W., and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Life history aspects of the endangered dromedary pearly mussel. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, and J. Allen. May 23, 2001. Propagation and culture of endangered juvenile mussels (unionidae). Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. May 2001
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R.A. Mair, and W.F. Henley. Production of endangered juvenile mussels (Unionidae) at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center, Virginia Tech. March 2002
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R.A. Mair, and W.F. Henley. March 2002. Production of endangered juvenile mussels (Unionidae) at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center, Virginia Tech. Freshwater Mollusk Propagation Workshop, Shepherdstown, WV. March 2002
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R.A. Mair, and W.F. Henley. March 2002. Culture of endangered juvenile mussels (Unionidae) in recirculating aquaculture systems. Freshwater Mollusk Propagation Workshop, Shepherdstown, WV. March 2002
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R.A. Mair, and W.F. Henley. June 2005. Propagation and culture of endangered juvenile mussels at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center, Virginia Tech. Pacific Northwest Mussel Symposium, Olympia, WA. June 2005
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R.A. Mair, and W.F. Henley. Culture of endangered juvenile mussels (Unionidae) in recirculating aquaculture systems. March 2002
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, R. Mair, and W.F. Henley. April 2004. Propagation and culture of endangered juvenile mussels (Unionidae) at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center, Virginia Tech. Expanding the Ark: The Emerging Science and Practice of Invertebrate Conservation, American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. March 2004
Jones, J.W., R.J. Neves, N. Johnson, and E.M. Hallerman. May 2005. Phylogenetic relationships among freshwater mussel species of the genus Epioblasma (Unionidae). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Jones, J.W., R.A. Mair, and R.J. Neves. March 2003. Factors affecting survival and growth of juvenile freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) cultured in recirculating aquaculture systems. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Jones, J.W. and R.J. Neves. November 2002. Propagation of endangered freshwater mussels at the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Center, Virginia Tech. 13th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Program, Gatlinburg, TN. November 2002
Jones, J.W. and R.J. Neves. June 6, 2001. Propagation and culture of endangered juvenile mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) at the Virginia Tech Aquaculture Center. North American Benthological Society, LaCrosse, WI. June 2001
Jones, J., R.J. Neves, E. Hallerman, and S. Ahlstedt. June 2004. A holistic approach to taxonomic evaluation of two closely related endangered freshwater mussel species, the oyster mussel (Epioblasma capsaeformis) and tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri). Conservation Genetics Workshop on Imperiled Mollusks and Fishes, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Shepherdstown, WV. June 2004
Jones, J., E. Hallerman and R.J. Neves. June 2004. Proposed genetic management guidelines for captive propagation of freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Conservation Genetics Workshop on Imperiled Mollusks and Fishes, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Shepherdstown, WV. June 2004
Jones, J. and R.J. Neves. November 2007. Pattern of recovery and decline of freshwater mussel populations in the Clinch and Powell rivers of the southwestern United States. Presented at the Virginia/West Virginia Water Research Symposium, Blacksburg, VA. November 2007
Jones, J. W., and R. J. Neves. February 2000. Propagation and culture of endangered juvenile freshwater mussels at the Virginia Tech Aquaculture Center. Aquaculture America 2000, New Orleans, LA. February 2000
Johnson, N.A., J.W. Jones, P.J. Grobler, R.J. Neves, and E.M. Hallerman. May 2005. Population genetic analysis of the endangered Cumberland combshell Epioblasma brevidens: implication for species recovery. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Jesse L. Delacruz, J.L. R. L. Ward, E.S. Schroder, W. M. Ford, E. Barr and T. Nocera. 2018. Post-WNS Northern Long-eared Bat Day-roosts in a Residual Population.28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Ingersoll, C. et al. ASTM international standard for conducting laboratory toxicity tests with freshwater mussels. USEPA Mussel Toxicology Workshop, Chicago, IL. August 2005
Ingersoll, C. N. Wang, C. Barnhart, and R. J. Neves. August 2005. Control survival of mussels in toxicity tests. USEPA Mussel Toxicology Workshop, Chicago, IL. August 2005
Huth, J., A. Silvis, P. Moosman and W.M. Ford. 2015. Detection and characterization of Myotis leibii summer roosts in Virginia. March 2015
Huth, J., A. Silvis, P. Moosman and W.M. Ford. 2015. A preliminary assessment of survey methods for Myotis leibii. Virginia Wildlife Society Meeting, Natural Bridge VA February 2015
Huth, J, A. Silvis, W.M. Ford and P. Moosman. 2016. Micro- and macro-habitat characteristics of eastern small-footed bats (Myotis leibii) in Virginia. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore MD. January 12-13. January 2016
Hua, D. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Study of the captive survival rate and feasibility of pearl production by the pink heelsplitter (Potamilus alatus). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Hitt, N.P., E.A. Frimpong, and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Using fish communities to assess the quality of freshwaters: applications at multiple spatial scales. Deans Forum on the Environment, Virginia Tech. October 2007
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. Nov 2003. Use of hypothesis testing in development of biomonitoring tools. Annual Fisheries Student Colloquium, Morgantown, WV. November 2003
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. West Virginia stream fish communities by zoogeography, ecoregions, and stream network position. Annual meeting of West Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Cacapon State Park, WV. February 2011
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Spatial analysis of stream fish communities in West Virginia. Annual meeting of West Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. January 2010
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Effects of regional dispersal on local fish-environment relations. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society. (invited) May 2009
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Stream fish dispersal as a spatial framework for freshwater reserves. Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology. (invited) July 2008
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Using stream network topology as a spatial framework for fish-based assessment in the Mid-Atlantic Highlands, USA. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2007
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Stream sentinels: using fishes to assess environmental quality in the New River basin. New River Symposium. June 2007
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2004. Effects of stream network topology on fish assemblage structure in western Virginia. Virginia Mountain Streams Symposium, Charlottesville, VA. October 2004
Hitt, N.P. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Testing a spatial model of fish assemblage relations to stream network topology. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society. (invited) June 2007
Hirschler, M., A. Villamagna, and P.L. Angermeier. Sep 2020. Species traits as indicators of sediment
sensitivity. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society.
[accepted but withdrawn]

September 2020
Hirschler, M., A. Villamagna, and P.L. Angermeier. 2019. Fish community responses along a gradient of stream sedimentation. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. October 2019
Hilling, C.D., Y. Jiao, M.C. Fabrizio, P.L. Angermeier, A.J. Bunch, R.S. Greenlee, and D.J. Orth. 2021.
A size-based stock assessment model for monitoring invasive Blue Catfish in a Chesapeake Bay
subestuary. Annual meeting of Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference.
February 2021
Higdon, S.D., C.A. Diggins. and W.M. Ford. 2016. Summer occupancy of white-tailed deer on southern Appalachian grassy balds. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Henley, W.F., and R.J. Neves. March 2003. Detection of hermaphroditism and evaluation of gametogenesis in gonads of Utterbackia imbecillis and Villosa iris. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Henley, W.F., and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Diet evaluation for captive adult Elliptio complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Henley, W.F. and R.J. Neves. Diet evaluation for the freshwater mussel Elliptio complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae), National Shellfisheries Association, Mystic, CT. April 2002
Henley, W., J.L. Boyles, A. Liberty, and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Trematode infestations in freshwater mussels of the upper North Fork Holston River. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Henley, W. F., M. R. Kidd, and R. J. Neves. February 2000. Recirculating systems for maintenance and propagation of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Aquaculture America 2000, New Orleans, LA. February 2000
Helfrich, L.A., and R.J. Neves. July 2004. Public education to promote America's threatened mollusks. World Congress of Malacology, Perth, Australia. July 2004
Helfrich, L., R.J. Neves, and Weigmann. September 2005. Public education to restore and sustain America's aquatic biodiversity American Fisheries Society meeting, Anchorage, AK. September 2005
Heironimus, L., J.E. Argentina, and P.L. Angermeier. 2013. Verification of age-at-length and growth rates of variegate darters. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. September 2013
Heironimus, L., J. Argentina, and P. Angermeier. 2012. Verification of age-at-length and growth rates of variegate darters. Annual Virginia Tech Undergraduate Research and Professional Development Conference. April 2012
Hanlon, S.D., and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Release of juveniles of the wavyrayed lampmussel (Lampsilia fasciola) to a fish hatchery raceway: a comparison of techniques. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Hanlon, S.D., D. Garst and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Opportunity for recovery of mussels in Copper Creek, Russell and Scott counties, Virginia: in search of a refugium. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Hallerman, E.M., J. Jones, and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Utility of genetic markers as an aid to propagation of imperiled freshwater mussels. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Hallerman, E., S. Wolf, J. Argentina, P. Angermeier, and T. Grant. 2018. Phenology and habitat use of larval darters in the upper Roanoke River basin. Meeting of Virginia and Virginia Tech chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2018
Hakkenberg, D., M.J. Shirazi. N. Abaid, W.M. Ford and A. Silvis. 2017. Experimental testing of the impacts of environmental clutter on the acoustic detection of bats. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Guyot, J. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. Identification of suitable fish hosts for the Cumberland elktoe mussel (Alasmidonta perpurpurea). Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. May 2005
Gray, R., and M.R. Vaughan. 2001. Supplemental Feeding of black bears in Virginia. Presented at the 13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001 May 2001
Gorman, K.M., S.M. Deeley, E.L. Barr, N. Kalen, S.R. Freeze, M.S. Muthersbaugh, and W.M. Ford. 2021. Broad-scale geographic and temporal assessment of northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colony landscape association. 2021 Virtual Conference of the Northeast Bat Working Group. March 10. March 2021
Gibson, D., J.H. Roberts, P.L. Angermeier, and D.R. Smith. Sep 2020. Using structured decision-making
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Gatenby, C.M., D.A. Kreeger, V.A. Jones, D.M. Orcutt, B.C. Parker, and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Biochemical composition of four algae proposed as food for captive freshwater mussels. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Gatenby, C.M., D.A. Kreeger, D. Raksany, and R.J. Neves. March 2003. Seasonal nutritional demands of mussels and a proposed diet formulation for their captive care. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Gatenby, C.M., D.A. Kreeger, D. Raksany, and R. J. Neves. March 2003. A feeding regime for maintaining the physiological condition of mussels in captivity. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Gatenby, C.M., D. Kreeger, and R.J. Neves. June 7, 2001. A study of assimilation efficiency and gut purge time in rainbow mussels (Villosa iris) fed three algal rations. North American Benthological Society, LaCrosse, WI. June 2001
Gatenby, C. M., R. J. Neves, and M. A. Patterson. May 2000. Filtration rates of the unionid Villosa iris (Lea, 1829) fed at different algal cell concentrations and different feeding regimes. North American Benthological Society, Keystone, CO. May 2000
Gatenby, C. M., D. Kreeger, D. Orcutt, B. Parker, and R. J. Neves. March 2000. Algal diets for freshwater mussels. National Shellfish Association, Seattle, WA. March 2000
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Traits-based approaches in stream fish community analysis. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) August 2008
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Using community composition and fish traits with limited stressor information to develop continental-scale bioassessment metrics. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2007
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Geographic distributions of fish traits as tools for prioritizing large-scale freshwater conservation in the United States. Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program. September 2007
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Associations between benthicity and other traits in North American freshwater fishes: implications for predicting species imperilment. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society. (invited) June 2007
Freeze, S.R., W.M. Ford, V.R. Emrick and A. Silvis. 2018. EVALUATING PATTERNS IN BAT OCCUPANCY AND RELATIVE ACTIVITY ACROSS TOPOGRAPHIC CLASSES AT MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO AND PRINCE WILLIAM FOREST PARK 28th Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the South. Roanoke, VA. March 27-29. March 2018
Freeze, S.R., W.M. Ford and V. Emrick. 2019. Evaluating an acoustic lure to increase captures of imperiled bat species at Marine Corps Base Quantico and Prince William Forest Park. Combined 24th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and 29th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S., Jacksonville, FL., February 21-22. February 2019
Freeze, S.R., S.M. Deeley, and W.M. Ford. 2021. The bat signal: use of an ultraviolet lure to increase acoustic detection of bats. 2021 Virtual Conference of the Northeast Bat Working Group. March 10. March 2021
Francl, K.E., D.W. Sparks, V. Brack, and W.M. Ford. 2011. Capture and reproductive trends of summer bat communities in West Virginia: assessing the impact of white-nose syndrome. Winter Meeting of the Virginia Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Front Royal, VA. February 8-9. February 2011
Francl, K.E., D.W. Sparks, V. Brack and W.M. Ford. 2011. Capture and Reproductive Trends of Summer Bat Communities in West Virginia: Assessing the Impact of White-Nose Syndrome. 2nd Joint Meeting of the Northeastern Bat Working Group, Midwest Bat Working Group, Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and 21st Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Eastern United States. 2:24-25. February 2011
Ford, W.M.. E.R. Britzke, C.A. Dobony, J.L. Rodrigue and J.B. Johnson. 2011. Patterns of acoustical activity of bats prior to and following white-nose syndrome occurrence. 67th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference. Manchester, NH. April 17-19. April 2011
Ford, W.M., Silvis, A., Muthersbaugh, M., Austin, L. Johnson, N. Kalen, J.W. Edwards and S. Owen. 2018. Twenty Years of Central Appalachian Bat Research – What Have We Learned and Where Are We Going? 2018 The Wildlife Society Meeting, October 7-11, Cleveland OH. October 2018
Ford, W.M., J. O’Keefe, M. Kalcouis-Ruppell, R. Perry, J.B. Johnson, S. Loeb, D.R. Miller, R.T. Brooks, S.B. Castleberry and J.W. Edwards. 2011. Bats and forestry: not echolocating the forest for the trees. 8th North American Forest Ecology Workshop. 8:74 June 2011
Ford, W.M., A. Silvis, E.R. Britzke, C.A. Dobony and M.St. Germain. 2017. Military Lands Lead Bat Conservation and Research Efforts in the East. 2017 National Military Fish and Wildlife Association Meeting. Spokane, WA March 6-9. March 2017
Ford, W.M., A. Evans, R.H. Odom, J.L. Rodrigue, C.A. Kelly, N. Abaid and C. Diggins. 2014. MODELING ENDANGERED CAROLINA NORTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL OCCUPANCY. 2014 Colloquium on fhe Conservation of Mammals in the South, Nacogdoches, TX. February 2014
Ford, W.M. and C.A. Diggins. 2017. Seasonal Occupancy and Activity Patterns of Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forests by Tree Bats. 2017 Southern and Central Appalachian High Elevation Restoration Workshop, Gatlinburg, TN. November 14-16. November 2017
Ford, W.M. 2010. Bats and landscape management. Workshop on Bat Ecology, White-nose Syndrome Status, and Implications on DoD Mission. Department of Defense Legacy Program. Nashville, TN. November 2-4 November 2010
Ford, W.M. 2011. Virginia northern flying squirrel research: an update for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southwest Virginia Field Office. Abingdon, VA. January 27 January 2011
Evans, A., W.M. Ford and R. Odom. 2012. Topographic analysis of nest box usage of the Carolina northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus) in western North Carolina using GIS. Virginia Tech Office of GIS and Remote Sensing Research Symposium. Blacksburg, VA. April 13. April 2012
Echols, K., and M.R. Vaughan. 2001. Evaluation of subcutaneous implants for monitoring black bear cub survival in Virginia. Presented at the 13th International COnference on Bear Research and Management. Jackson Hole, WY, May 20-26, 2001 May 2001
Dunn, C.G. and P.L. Angermeier. 2013. Factors shaping the fish fauna of the New River drainage. New River Symposium. May 2013
Dunn, C.G. and P.L. Angermeier. 2013. Distribution of candy darter reflects range-wide variation in stream temperature regime and substrate composition. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. September 2013
Dunn, C. and P. Angermeier. 2012. Candy darter habitat preferences and their implications for conservation. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2012
Dunn, C. G. and P. L. Angermeier. 2011. Habitat use and behavior of candy darters Etheostoma osburni may mediate interactions with an introduced congener. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. January 2011
Dunn, C. G. and P. L. Angermeier. 2011. Ecology of saddled darters in the New River drainage. New River Symposium, Athens, WV May 2011
Dunham, J.B, R. White, C.S. Allen, B.G. Marcot, D. Shively, and P.L. Angermeier. 2016. The reintroduction landscape: finding success at the intersection of ecological, social, and institutional dimensions. Annual meeting of The Wildlife Society. October 2016
Donahue, S.W., J.L. Vance, M.R. Vaughan, E.R. Blough, and S.A. Galley. 2004. The effects of black bear (Ursus americanus) serum on Type I collagen and osteopontin MRNA expression and PGE2 release in MC-3T3 osteoblast cells. 50th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA. March 2004
Diggins, C.A., W.M. Ford, J.M. Menzel, C. Stihler, C.A. Kelly and A. Evans. 2015. Distribution and Habitat Use of Appalachian Flying Squirrels. International Colloquium on Arboreal Squirrels. Helskink, Finland June1-5. June 2015
Diggins, C.A., W.M. Ford and C.A. Kelly. 2015. Nest box occupancy of the endangered Carolina northern flying squirrel in high-elevation habitats in the southern Appalachian Mountains. 2015 North American Joint Bat Working Group. St. Louis, MO. March 3-7. March 2015
Diggins, C.A., M. Gilley, C. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2015. Use of Ultrasonic Acoustics as a Monitoring Technique for Endangered Carolina Northern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus) in the Appalachian Mountains. International Colloquium on Arboreal Squirrels. Helsinki Finland. June 1-5. June 2015
Diggins, C.A., L.M. Gilley, C.A. Kelly, and W.M. Ford. 2019. Ultrasonic Acoustic Survey Seasonality and Survey Length to Detect Cryptic Flying Squirrels. 2019 Wildlife Society, Reno, Nevada. Sept 29-Oct. 3. October 2019
Diggins, C.A., L.M. Gilley, C.A. Kelly and W.M. Ford. 2016. USE OF ULTRASONIC ACOUSTICS AS A MONITORING TECHNIQUE FOR ENDANGERED FLYING SQUIRRELS IN THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTIANS. 26th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Guntersville, AL. February 18-19. February 2016
Diggins, C.A., L.M. Gilley and W.M. Ford. 2018. Can Automated Software Tell Bats from Flying Squirrels? 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Diggins, C.A., D.M. Jachhowski, J. Martin and W.M. Ford. 2015. Incidental captures of eastern spotted skunks in a high-elevation red spruce forest in the southern Appalachians. 2015 North American Joint Bat Working Group. St. Louis, MO. March 3-7 March 2015
Diggins, C.A., D. Jachowski, J. Martin and W.M. Ford. 2015. Incidental Captures of Eastern Spotted Skunk in a High-elevation Red Spruce Forest in the Southern Appalachians. Virginia Wildlife Society, Natural Bridge VA February 2015
Diggins, C.A., C.A. Kelly, L.M. Gilley and W.M. Ford. 2016. Comparison of survey techniques on detection of Northern Flying Squirrels: Live traps, camera traps, and ultrasonic acoustics. 23rd Annual Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 15-19. October 2016
Diggins, C.A., A. Silvis, A. Kniowski, W.M. Ford, G. J. Graete and L.S. Coleman. 2014. ASSESSING WINTER ACTIVITY OF HIBERNATING BATS: LESSONS LEARNED. 2014 Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the South. Nacogdoches, TX . February 2014
Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2017. Rare and Endangered Wildlife of Appalachian Spruce-fir Forests: Considerations for Ecological Restoration. 2017 Southern and Central Appalachian High Elevation Restoration Workshop, Gatlinburg, TN. November 14-16. November 2017
Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2015. Microhabitat Selection of Virginia Northern Flying Squirrels in West Virginia. Virginia Wildlife Society, Natural Bridge, VA February 2015
Diggins, C,A,, A. Silvis, A. Kniowski, W.M. Ford, G.J. Graeter, and L. Coleman. 2016. ASSESSING WINTER ACTIVITY OF HIBERNATING BATS USING ULTRASONIC ACOUSTICS: LESSONS LEARNED. 26th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Guntersville, AL. February 18-19 February 2016
Devers, J.L. and R.J. Neves. May 2005. An evaluation of adult freshwater mussels held in captivity at the White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, St. Paul, MN. May 2005
Deeley, S., J.B. Johnson, and W.M. Ford. 2019. WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME IMPACTS TO BAT COMMUNITIES ALONG A RURAL-URBAN GRADIENT. International Urban Wildlife Conference. Portland OR, June 2-5. June 2019
Deeley, S., J.B. Johnson and W.M. Ford. 2019. Beltway bats: assessing WNS change in the National Capital Region. 2019 Northeast Bat Working Group Meeting, State College PA, January 16-18. January 2019
De La Cruz, J., R.L. Ward, E.S. Schroder, S. Deeley, E. Barr, S.R. Freeze, N. Kalen, M. Muthersbaugh, T. Nocera, W.M. Ford and J. Sheets. 2018. Post-WNS Northern Long-eared Bat Day-roost Use in the Upper Ohio River and Mid-Atlantic. 2018 Wildlife Society Meeting, Cleveland OH. Oct 7-11. October 2018
De La Cruz, J., N. Kalen, E. Barr and W.M. Ford. 2020. Northern long-eared bats on the mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of North Carolina and Virginia. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
De La Cruz, J. and W.M. Ford. 2019. Comparison of acoustic detection probability rates and capture records of northern long-eared bats in the northeastern United States. 2019 Northeast Bat Working Group Meeting, State College PA, January 16-18. January 2019
David S. Jachowski, Chris A. Dobony, Laci. S. Coleman, W. Mark Ford, Eric R. Britzke and Jane L. Rodrigue. 2014. DISEASE AND COMMUNITY ASSEMBLAGE: WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME ALTERS SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL NICHE PARTITIONING IN SYMPATRIC BAT SPECIES. 2014 Northeast Bat Working Group, Port Clinton, NJ. January 2014
David Jachowski, Chris Dobony, Eric Britzke, John Edwards, Joshua Johnson, Laci Coleman, W. Mark Ford, and Jane Rodrigue. 2014. You don’t know what you got till it’s gone: 10 years of bat research at Fort Drum, New York. 2014 The Wildlife Society Meeting, Pittsburg, PA, Oct 25-29. October 2014
Conroy, M. P. Beier, H. Quigly, and M. Vaughan. 2004. Flawed scientific inferences about the Florida panther: The importance of sound science in endangered species management. 11th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Calgary, Alberta. September 2004
Coleman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2013. Doubting Thomas probably did not own an Anabat. 2013 Northeast Bat Working Group Annual Meeting. Albany, New York, January 9-11. January 2013
Coleman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony, and E.R. Britzke. 2013. A comparison of mist netting and acoustic sampling for detecting bat species in the post-white nose syndrome world. Virginia Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia. February 12-13. February 2013
Coleman, L.S., W.M. Ford, C.A. Dobony and E.R. Britzke. 2014. EFFECT OF PASSIVE ACOUSTIC SAMPLING METHODOLOGY ON DETECTING BATS AFTER DECLINES FROM WHITE-NOSE SYNDROME. 2014 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Port Clinton, NJ. January 2014
Coleman, L.S., C.A. Dobony., W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2012. Acoustic monitoring in the post-WNS world: preliminary tests at Fort Drum Military Installation. 2012 Northeast Bat Working Group. January 2012
Coleman, L.S., C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford, and E.R. Britzke. 2012. A comparison of active and passive acoustic sampling in the post-WNS world: a pilot study at Fort Drum Military Installation. 22nd Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the South. February 23-24, Louisville, MS. February 2012
Coleman, L.S., C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2013. On overview of little brown bat habitat preferences at the Fort Drum Military Installation. 2013 Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the South. Pikeville, Tennessee. February 14-15. February 2013
Coleman, L.S., C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2013. A comparison of passive and active acoustic sampling for monitoring a bat community impacted by white-nose syndrome. Abstracts of the 2013 Wildlife Society Meeting. Milwaukee, WI. October 5-8 October 2013
Coleman, L.S., C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2013. Uncertainty in home range estimates of little brown bats at Fort Drum Military Installation. 2013 Northeast Bat Working Group Meeting. Albany, New York. January 9-11. January 2013
Coleman, L.A., C.A. Dobony, W.M. Ford and E.R. Britzke. 2013. A Comparison of Passive and Active Acoustic Sampling for Monitoring a Bat Community Impacted by White-nose Syndrome. Abstracts of the 2013 Wildlife Society, Milwaukee, WI. Oct 5-9. October 2012
Ciparis, S., Z.P. Martin, P.L. Angermeier, and D.J. Orth. 2018. Effects of coal mining-associated stressors on stream fishes. Annual North American meeting of Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. November 2018
Butler, A.R., A.J. Edelman, R.Y.Y. Eng, S.N. Harris, C. Olfenbuttel, E.D. Thorne, W.M. Ford and D.S. Jachowski. 2021. Predation and disease limit population recovery of a cryptic small carnivore, the Appalachian Spotted Skunk. 100th Annual Conference of the American Society of Mammalogists, June 14-18 (virtual). June 2021
Buckwalter, J., P. Angermeier, and E. Hallerman. 2019. Identification of larval darters of the upper Roanoke River drainage. Poster at joint meeting of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia chapters, American Fisheries Society. February 2019
Brtizke, E.R., A .Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2014. Effects of Hierarchical Roost Removal on Northern Long-eared Bat Maternity Colonies. 2014 North American Society for Bat Research. Oct. 22-24. Albany NY. October 2014
Brown, M., M. Kowalewski, D. Cherry, and R.J. Neves. March 2004. Using geochemical and taphonomic signatures of freshwater mussel shells to explore industry-related extirpations in the North Fork Holston River, VA. Joint Meeting of the Northeastern and Southeastern Sections of the Geological Society of America, Baltimore, MD. March 2004
Britzke, E.R., W.M. Ford., C.A Dobony, and R. E. Rainbolt. 2010. Assessment of the impacts of White-nose Syndrome induced bat mortality on DoD installations. 17th Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society. Snowbird, Utah. October 2-6 October 2010
Bridges, A.S., J.A. Fox, C. Olfenbuttel, and M.R. Vaughan. 2004. American black bear denning ecology: observations and applications using remote photography. 15th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, San Diego, CA. February 2004
Bridges, A., and M. Vaughan. September 2003. Activity patterns of black bears in northwest Virginia: evaluation via remote photography. 10th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Burlington, VT. September 2003
Bridges, A., J. Fox, C. Olfenbuttel, and M.Vaughan. November 2004. Denning ecology of American black bears in western Virginia: implication for research and management. Carnivore Conference 2004, Santa Fe, NM. November 2004
Bridges, A., D. Lee, and M. Vaughan. 2002. Field identification of yearling black bears with a morphometric-based dichotomous key. 14th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Steinkjer, Norway, July 29-August 3, 2002. July 2002
Bridges, A., C. Olfenbuttel, and M.Vaughan. 2004. Reproductive ecology of American black bears in northwestern Virginia. 15th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, San Diego, CA. February 2004
Bridges, A. J. Fox, C. Olfenbuttel, and M. Vaughan. 2004. Denning ecology of American black bears in western Virginia: Implications for research and management. 11th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Calgary, Alberta September 2004
Brasfield, S.B., N. Beane, E.R. Britzke, W.M. Ford, R.H. Odom, S.N. Matthews and A. Davis. 2011. Susceptibility matrices of DOD installations to potential outcomes of biome-shift projections associated with climate change. Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium and Workshop. November 2011
Brasfield, S.B., N. Beane, E.R. Britzke, W.M. Ford, R.H. Odom, S. N. Matthews and A. Davis. 2011. Susceptibility matrices of DoD installations to potential outcomes of biome-shift projections associated with climate change. Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium and Workshop. Washington D.C. November 29-December 1. November 2011
Boyles, J.L., R.J. Neves, and B. Parker. March 2003. Glycogen content of freshwater mussels at White Sulphur Springs National Fish Hatchery, West Virginia. Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Durham, NC. March 2003
Bombaci, S.P., M.J. St. Germain, W.M. Ford, S.C. Loeb, R.E. Russell, C.A. Dobony, and D.S. Jachowski. 2020. Pathogen-mediated competition explains remnant bat assemblage responses to white-nose syndrome. Abstracts of the 2020 North American Congress on Conservation Biology. Denver, Co., July 29. July 2020
Bombaci, S.P., M. St. Germain, W.M. Ford, S. Loeb, D. Jachowski, C.A. Dobony and R.E. Russell. 2019. Direct and indirect effects of white nose syndrome and wind energy development on bat community structure. 2019 Wildlife Society Meeting, Reno NV. Sept 29-Oct. 3. October 2019
Bishop, C. and R. J. Neves. August 2005. Propagation and culture of freshwater mussels in vitro. USEPA Mussel Toxicology Workshop, Chicago, IL. August 2005
Benejam, L., P.L. Angermeier, A. Munné, and E. García-Berthou. 2009. Stream drying in the Iberian Peninsula and consequences for fish assemblages. Annual meeting of American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Nice, France. January 2009
Beckner, M.E., E.D. Thorne, K.E. Powers, R.J. Reynolds and W.M. Ford. 2018. Detection efficiency of the Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister) in Virginia, 2017. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Beck, K.M., and R.J. Neves. March 12, 2001. Selective feeding on algae by the rainbow mussel (Villosa iris). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Pittsburgh, PA. March 2001
Batts, G.K., M.R. Vaughan, M.J. Kelly, and N. Lafon. 2006. A modified approach to rocket netting white-tailed deer using a remote video system. Presented by Batta at the 60th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies in Norfolk, VA. April 2006
Batts, G.K., M.J. Kelly, and M.R. Vaughan. 2006. An assessment of Quality Deer Management on a private hunt club in the Virginia Piedmont. Poster presented by Batts at the 13th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society in ANchorage, AK. September 2006
Barr, E.L., D.F. Stauffer, A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2019. Lost in translation? Differences in bat acoustic detectors. Combined 24th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and 29th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S., Jacksonville, FL., February 21-22. February 2019
Barr, E., A. Silvis, W.M. Ford. 2018. Who, when, where: year-round bat activity patterns along the mid-Atlantic Coast. 2018 Wildlife Society Meeting, Cleveland OH. Oct 7-11. October 2018
Barr, E., A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2020. Seasonal Activity Patterns of Virginia’s Coastal Bats. 2020 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Saratoga Springs, NY. January 15-18. January 2020
Barr, E., A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2018. BATS ACROSS THE SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM – A THEORY OF RELATIVE ACTIVITY. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Barnhart, C. and R.J. Neves. August 2005. Overview of North American freshwater mussels. USEPA Mussel Toxicology Workshop, Chicago, IL. August 2005
Austin, L., A. Silvis, and W.M. Ford. 2015. Conservation of Myotis septentrionalis in Virginia: A preliminary outlook. 2015 Virginia Wildlife Society Meeting, Natural Bridge VA. February 2015
Austin, L., A. Silvis, M. Mutherbaugh and W.M. Ford. 2016. A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE POST-WNS IMPACTS OF FIRE ON BAT OCCUPANCY IN SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK. 2016 Northeast Bat Working Group, Baltimore MD. Jan 12-13. January 2015
Austin, L., A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2017. Impacts of prescribed fire and riparian areas on bat activity in Warm Spring Mountain, Virginia. 2017 Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals. Asheville, NC. Feb. 16-17. February 2017
Austin, L., A. Silvis and W.M. Ford. 2015. A preliminary assessment of the current distribution of three white-nose syndrome impacted bat species in Virginia. 2015 North American Joint Bat Working Group. St. Louis, MO, March 3-7. March 2015
Aubin, G.R., C.C. Nye, J.H. Rohm, W.M. Ford and M.J. Cherry. 2020. White-tailed deer fawn survival and factors affecting recruitment on Marine Corps Base Quantico. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept. 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Argentina, J.E., P.L. Angermeier, E.M. Hallerman, and J. E. Printz. 2010. Genetic structure and diversity of variegate darters (Etheostoma variatum) in the Big Sandy River drainage. Poster at annual meeting of Southeastern Fishes Council. June 2010
Argentina, J.E. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Is variegate darter really endangered in Virginia? Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. January 2011
Argentina, J.E. and P.L Angermeier. 2012. Surface mining impacts on physical, biological, and chemical variables in the upper Big Sandy River drainage. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2012
Argentina, J., P. Angermeier, and J. Roberts. 2014. Habitat use by young-of-year Roanoke logperch in the upper Roanoke River. Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2014
Argentina, J., P. Angermeier, and E. Hallerman. 2010. Genetic structure and diversity of variegate darters (Etheostoma variatum) in the Big Sandy River drainage. Poster at annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. September 2010
Argentina, J. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Preliminary investigation into the ecology of variegate darters (Etheostoma variatum) in the upper Big Sandy River drainage, VA and WV. October 2009
Argentina, J. and P. Angermeier. 2012. Are variegate darters actually rare or imperiled in Virginia? Annual meeting of Virginia Chapter, American Fisheries Society. February 2012
Angermeier, P.L., S.D. Klopfer, K.L. Krueger, K.M. Mattson, and L.D. Roghair. January 2005. Development of an aquatic gap analysis for the upper Tennessee River basin. USGS GAP Advisory Panel, New Orleans, LA. January 2005
Angermeier, P.L., L.A. Krometis, and M.J. Stern. Apr 2021. Exploring relationships among stream
health, human well-being, and demographics. 12th National Monitoring Conference
April 2021
Angermeier, P.L., K.C. Nelson, M.A. Palmer, J.E. Pizzuto, G.E. Moglen, R.H. Hilderbrand, M. Dettinger, and K. Hayhoe. 2008. Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) August 2008
Angermeier, P.L., K.C. Nelson, M.A. Palmer, J.E. Pizzuto, G.E. Moglen, R.H. Hilderbrand, M. Dettinger, and K. Hayhoe. 2008. Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) May 2008
Angermeier, P.L., J.H. Roberts, J.C. Richard, E.A. Frimpong, and N.P. Hitt. 2013. Perspectives on stream fish movement: a conceptual framework and empirical tests. Mountain Stream Symposium II, Harrisonburg, VA. September 2013
Angermeier, P.L., J.H. Roberts, E.A. Frimpong, N.P. Hitt, B.W. Albanese, and P.D. Pegelow. 2011. Potential influences of individual mobility and habitat use on vulnerability of stream fish populations to habitat fragmentation. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2011
Angermeier, P.L. and M.J. Pinder. 2015. Viewing the status of Virginia’s environment through the lens of freshwater fishes. Annual meeting of Virginia Academy of Science. May 2015
Angermeier, P.L. and C.A. Dolloff. 2015. Opportunities and challenges in navigating multiple bureaucracies to inform fish management. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2015
Angermeier, P.L. and A.M. Villamagna. 2011. Capacities and flows of aquatic ecosystem services in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Program State of the Sounds Symposium. (invited) November 2011
Angermeier, P.L. and A.L. George (organizers and moderators). 2012. Connecting people to freshwater conservation through citizen-engaged science and analysis of ecosystem services. Symposium at first meeting of North America Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2012
Angermeier, P.L. and A.L. George (organizers and moderators). 2009. Enhancing conservation of freshwater fishes through diverse partnerships. Symposium at annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN. September 2009
Angermeier, P.L. and A. Villamagna. 2010. Using knowledge of aquatic ecosystem services to advance river conservation. Clinch-Powell Clean Rivers Initiative Symposium. (invited) January 2010
Angermeier, P.L. May 2002. Using fish communities to assess stream quality in the Southern Appalachians. Conference by Southern Appalachian Forest Coalition. Blacksburg, VA. May 2002
Angermeier, P.L. June 2003. Ecologists as catalysts for conserving aquativ biodiversity. Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology. Duluth, MN. June 2003
Angermeier, P.L. June 2003. Challenges in developing indices of biotic intergrity: a U.S. perspective. Semi-annual meeting of the Fish-based Assessment Method for the Ecological Status of European Rivers (FAME) work group. Rhodes, Greece. June 2003
Angermeier, P.L. June 2002. Scientific and social challenges to making aquatic conservation more effective. Annual meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecologists, Lincoln, NE. June 2002
Angermeier, P.L. January 2002. Scientific and social challenges to conserving lotic ecosystems. Annual meeting of New York Chapter of American Fisheries Society. Rochester, NY. January 2002
Angermeier, P.L. August 2002. Prospects and challenges for gap analysis in aquatic conservation. Annual meeting of Gap Analysis Program. Shepherdstown, WV. August 2002
Angermeier, P.L. August 2000. The relevance of biological integrity to conservation planning and reserve management. Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program, San Antonio, TX. August 2000
Angermeier, P.L. August 2000. Conceptual gaps in the conservation of aquatic biodiversity: perspectives from Virginia. Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program, San Antonio, TX. August 2000
Angermeier, P.L. Aug 2004. Fisheries biologists as catalysts for ecological and economic sustainability. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI. (invited) August 2004
Angermeier, P.L. Apr 2004. Opportunities and challenges in developing multimetric indices to assess environmental quality. Annual meeting of Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, Ocean City, MD. (invited) April 2004
Angermeier, P.L. 2016. Roles, challenges, and lessons for fishery scientists in creating, disseminating, and applying ‘best available science’. Plenary talk at annual meeting of Western Division, American Fisheries Society. March 2016
Angermeier, P.L. 2009. Using ecological concepts to understand and communicate environmental impacts of economic growth. Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society. (invited) May 2009
Angermeier, P.L. 2009. Making conservation biology relevant: muddlings and reflections of a fish ecologist. Lead-off speaker (invited) October 2009
Angermeier, P.L. 2009. Can knowledge of aquatic ecosystem services help forge partnerships for fish conservation? Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN. (invited) September 2009
Angermeier, P.L. 2008. The biodiversity crisis redefined: connecting conservation biology to human well-being. Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology. February 2008
Angermeier, P.L. 2007. Fish biologists as catalysts for creating ecological sustainability. Annual meeting of United States Society for Ecological Economics. (invited) June 2007
Angermeier, P.L. 2007. Biological integrity as a multi-scale framework to aid biotic assessment, ecological restoration, conservation planning, and public education. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. (invited) September 2007
Angermeier, P.L. 2002. Scientific and social challenges to conserving lotic ecosystems. Annual Meeting of the NY Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 2002
Angermeier, P., D. Jachowski, J. Millspaugh, and R. Slotow. 2017. Reintroducing fish and wildlife populations to achieve conservation goals. Annual meeting of International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2017
Angermeier, P., A. Villamagna, and B. Mogollón. 2013. Engaging conservation stakeholders in assessing ecosystem services: lessons learned in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. Annual meeting of International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 2013
Angermeier, P., A. Villamagna, E. Bennett, and B. Mogollon. 2011. Assessing capacity versus flow of aquatic ecosystem services in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. Annual meeting of North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute. (invited) March 2011
Angermeier, P., A. Villamagna, E. Bennett, B. Mogollon, E. Frimpong, and S. Mahajan. 2012. Stakeholder workshops on aquatic ecosystem services inform conservation planning in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. First meeting of North America Congress for Conservation Biology.(invited) July 2012
Angermeier, P. and A. Villamagna. 2013. Integrating stakeholder engagement, scenario analysis, and ecosystem-service mapping for conservation planning in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin. Albemarle-Pamlico Ecosystem Symposium, New Bern, NC. November 2013
Angermeier, P. and A. George. 2014. Development of freshwater literacy standards by members of American Fisheries Society and Society for Conservation Biology. Annual meeting of American Fisheries Society. August 2014
Angermeier, P. L., C. A. Dolloff, and K. L. Kreuger. October 1999. Discontinuity in stream fish distributions: implications for designing surveys and predicting species occurrences. International Symposium of Predicting Species Occurrence, Snowbird, UT. October 1999
Angermeier, P. L. June, 2000. Could a landscape lens improve our view of aquatic conservation? Annual meeting of Society for Conservation Biology, Missoula, MT. June 2000
Angermeier, P. L. August. 2000. The relevance of biological integrity to conservation planning and reserve management. Annual meeting of National Gap Analysis Program, San Antonio, TX. August 2000
Angermeier, P. L. August, 2000. Conceptual gaps in the conservation of aquatic biodiversity. Annual meeting of National Gap Analyses Program, San Antonio, TX. August 2000
Anderson, G.B., J.H. Roberts, and P.L. Angermeier. 2014. Accounting for imperfect detection and spatiotemporal autocorrelation in a BACI design to monitor the federally endangered Roanoke logperch in the Roanoke River. Annual meeting of Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. January 2014
Albanese, B. and P.L. Angermeier. August 2001. Distribution of fishes in a network of streams: are high-density sites valuable for conservation? Annual Meeting of American Fisheries Society, Phoenix, AZ. August 2001
Albanese, B. and P. Angermeier. June 2001. Movement of fishes in a network of streams in southwest Virginia: do interspecific differences in movement patterns translate into differences in colonization ability? Annual meeting of North American Benthological Society, La Crosse, WI. June 2001
Albanese, B. W., and P. L. Angermeier. June, 2000. Movement of stream fishes in a network of tributaries and implications for conservation. Annual meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, La Paz, Mexico. June 2000
Adams, M. B. and W.M. Ford. 2011. Natural Gas from Marcellus Shale, Lessons from the Fernow Experimental Forest, and What about Wildlife, anyway? Winter Meeting of the Ohio Society of American Foresters. Columbus, OH. March 8-9. March 2011
Abernathy, H.N., D.M. Kalb, B. Quinland, E.D. Thorne, W.M. Ford and M.J. Cherry. 2020. Spatial ecology of reintroduced elk in Virginia. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Sept. 28-Oct 1. September 2020
True, M.C., W.M. Ford and R. Reynolds. 2020. Long-term, multi-season bat monitoring on the Eastern Shore of Virginia's barrier islands - implications for future wind energy development. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Thorne, E.D., and W.M. Ford. Home range is where the habitat is: forest fragmentation may restrict spotted skunk movements in Appalachian Virginia. 2020. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Thorne, E.D., E.M. Hallerman and W.M. Ford. 2020. Genetic diversity and population structure of eastern spotted skunks (Spilogale putorius) in Virginia. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Taylor, H., W. Orndorff, R.J. Reynolds, M. Short, K.E. Powers and W.M. Ford. 2020. Gray bat (Myotis Grisescens) activity levels in southwest Virginia. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Taylor, H., K.M. Gorman, M.C. True, K.E. Powers and W.M. Ford. 2020. Gray bat (Myotis grisescens) activity levels across southwest Virginia. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Kalen, N.J., A.S. Foy, P.R Moosman and W.M. Ford. 2020. Talus habitat modeling for eastern small-footed bats in Shenandoah National Park. 2020. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Jorge, M.J., M. True, S. Freeze, S. Sweeten, M.J. Cherry and W.M. Ford. 2020. Winter-day roosts of Seminole bats in north-cenral Florida: a burning question. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Guill, M.H., J. De La Cruz, S Klopfer and W.M. Ford. 2020. Southeastern fox squirrel occupancy and habitat associations of the Piedmont and Coastal Plain regions of Virginia. 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Gorman, K.M., S.M. Deeley, S.R. Freeze, N. Kalen, E.L. Barr, M. Muthersbaugh, and W.M. Ford. 2021. Broad-scale geographic and temporal assessment of northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colony landscape association. 2021 Virtual Conference Northeast Bat Working Group. March 10. March 2020
Gorman, K., T. Nocera, E. Barr, W.M. Ford and L. Ries. 2020. Year-round northern long-eared bat acoustic activity at Fire Island National Seashore 27th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society. Sept 28-Oct 1. September 2020
Gorman, K., T. Nocera, E. Barr and W.M. Ford. 2020. ROOST NETWORK DYNAMICS OF A NORTHERN LONG-EARED BAT
(MYOTIS SEPTENTRIONALIS) MATERNITY COLONY
AT THE WILLIAM FLOYD ESTATE, NEW YORK. 2020 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Saratoga Springs, NY. January 15-18.
January 2020
Diggins, C.A. and W.M. Ford. 2020. Seasonal bat activity in high elevation montane conifer sky-islands. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15 February 2020
Deeley, S., W.M. Ford, N. Kalen, S.R. Freeze, M. St. Germain, M. Muthersbaugh, E. Barr, A.B. Kniowski, A. Silvis and J. De La Cruz. 2020. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACOUSTIC ECHOLOCATION AND REPRODUCTION DATA IN MID-ATLANTIC BATS. 2020 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Saratoga Springs, NY. January 14-18. January 2020
Deeley, S., W.M. Ford, N. Kalen, S.R. Freeze and E. Barr. 2020. ACOUSTIC SAMPLING FOR BAT PRESENCE IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS: APPLICABILITY OF NABAT AND USFWS METHODS. 2020 Northeastern Bat Working Group, Saratoga Springs, NY. January 14-18. January 2020
De La Cruz, J., M. True, H. Taylor, D. Brown, G. Jordan, C. Manley, and W.M. Ford. 2020. MULTI-SCALE HABITAT SELECTION BY NORTHERN LONG-EARED BATS ON THE COASTAL PLAIN OF NORTH CAROLINA. Abstracts of the 30th Annual Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Athens, GA. February 15. February 2020
Bombaci, S.P., M. J. St. Germain, W.M. Ford, S. Loeb, R.E. Russell, C.A. Dobony and D.S. Jachowski. 2020. Pathogen-mediated competition explains remnant bat assemblage responses to white-nose syndrome/ 100th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. Boulder, CO., June 7. June 2020
Aubin, Gisele R., W. Matt Knox, Nelson W. Lafon, W. Mark Ford, Marcella J. Kelly and Michael J. Cherry. 2020. Drivers of White-tailed Deer Recruitment in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group. Auburn, AL. Feb. 22-24.
February 2020
1. Mike Vaughan traveled to Kyoto, Japan as an invited plenary speaker at an international workshop titled “The mechanism of intrusion of bears into residential areas”. His presentation was titled "The influence of food availability on American black bear (Ursus americanus) physiology, behavior, and ecology". November 2008. November 2008
S. M. Deeley, W.M. Ford, E. Barr, and M. St. Germain. 2018. I REALLY CAN’T STAY – BUT BAT IT’S COLD OUTSIDE. 28th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. Roanoke, VA, March 27-29. March 2018
Theses and Dissertations Publication Date
Thorne, E.D. 2020. Spatial ecology of a vulnerable species: home range dynamics, resource use, and genetic differentiation of eastern spotted skunks in central Appalachia. Ph.D. Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. 210 p. May 2020
Sweeten, S.E. 2015. The Effects of Microhabitat and Land Use on Stream Salamander Occupancy and Abundance in the Southwest Virginia Coalfields. PhD Dissertation, VPI & SU, Blacksburg. 231 p. May 2015
Sleezer, L.J. 2020. Abundance trends and drivers of freshwater fish community change in the New
River basin. Master’s Thesis, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
May 2020
Silvis, A. 2014. Social Day-roosting Ecology of the Northern Long-eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis) and the Endangered Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis). PhD Dissertation. VPI&SU, Blacksburg. 163 p. March 2014
Roberts, J.H. III. 2012. Using genetic tools to understand the population ecology of stream fishes. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. April 2012
Odom R.H. 2018. Simulated effects of climate change on soil moisture deficits, species distributions and biomass in a northern hardwood forest.Ph.D. Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. p 189. October 2018
Nocera, T (2018) Assessing the long-term lmpacts of White-nose Syndrome on bat communities using acoustic surveys at Fort Drum Military Installation. MS Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. p 133 May 2018
Muthersbaugh, M.S. 2018. Seasonal activity Patterns of Bats in the Central Appalachians. MS Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. p 167 March 2018
Mogollón, B. 2014. Relations between landscape structure and a catchment’s capacity to regulate river flooding. Master’s Thesis, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. November 2014
Mattson, K.M. 2015. Modeling ecological risks at a landscape scale: threat assessment in the upper Tennessee River basin. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. November 2015
Lapointe, N.W.R. 2010. Fish invasions in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. May 2010
Krueger, K.L. 2009. Effects of sampling sufficiency and model selection on predicting the occurrence of stream fish species at large spatial extents. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. July 2009
Kniowski, A. B. 2016. Landscape Influences on Spatial Patterns of White-tailed Deer Herbivory and Condition Indices in the Central Appalachian Mountains. Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. November 2016
Hitt, N.P. 2007. Effects of stream network topology on fish assemblage structure and bioassessment sensitivity in the mid-Atlantic highlands, USA. Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. July 2007
Echols, K.N. 2000. Some aspects of reproduction and survival in a hunted black bear population in virginia. MS Thesis, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, 101pp. August 2000
Dunn, C.G. 2017. Habitat and imperilment of the Candy Darter Etheostoma osburni in the New River drainage, USA. Master’s Thesis, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. November 2017
Dunn, C. G. (2018). Habitat and Imperilment of the Candy Darter Etheostoma osburni in the New River Drainage, USA (Master's thesis, Virginia Tech). February 2018
Diggins, C.A. 2016. Determining Habitat Associations of Virginia and Carolina Northern Flying Squirrels in the Appalachian Mountains from Bioacoustic and Telemetry Surveys. PhD Dissertation, VPI&SU, Blacksburg. June 2016
Deeley, S.M. 2019. Ecology of mid-Atlantic bats after white-nose syndrome: communities, reproduction, and diet within an urban-to-rural gradient. Ph.D. Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. 205 p.
December 2020
Barr, E.L. 2019. Acoustic sampling considerations for bats in the post-white-nose syndrome landscape. M.S. Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. 80 p. December 2020
Austin, L.V. 2017. Impacts of Fire on Bats in the Central Appalachians. MS Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University May 2017
Technical Publications Publication Date
Zimmerman, L. L., and R. J. Neves. 2000. Tank culture of juvenile freshwater mussels. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, NC, U.S.A. January 2000
Wills, J. and M.R. Vaughan. 2002. Method to monitor travel corridor use by black bears along the eastern boundary of the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation: 529-532. April 2002
Wills, J, and M.R. Vaughan. 2002. Method to monitor travel corridor use by black bears along the eastern boundary of the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. Pp. 529-532. May 2002
Wheeler, A.P., A.E.K. Rosenberger, and P.L. Angermeier. 2002. Potential impacts of I-73 on stream habitat and biota, with emphasis on the endangered Roanoke logperch. Final Report to Virginians for Appropriate Roads, Floyd, VA. April 2002
Vaughan, M.R., S. Klenzendorf, A. Bridges, D. Lee, D. O'Neill, and C. Olfenbuttel. 2000. Sixth Annual Report of the Cooperative Alleghany Bear Study. Report to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. 28pp. October 2000
Vaughan, M.R. 2006. Population and habitat ecology of Virginia's exploited black bear population. Final Report to VDGIF. 105 pp. March 2006
Vaughan, M. R., S. Klenzendorf, R. Gray, and D. O'Neill. 2000. The Cooperative Allegheny Bear Study, Fifth Annual Report to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 39 pp. January 2000
Rosenberger, A.E., and P.L. Angermeier. 2002. Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) population structure and habitat use. Final Report to VDGIF, Blacksburg, VA 100 pp. June 2002
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2009. Analysis of population genetics of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) based on microsatellite markers. Final report to United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 35 pp. August 2009
Roberts, J.H., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2007. Development of microsatellite markers for study of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) population genetic structure and viability. Final report to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 20 pp. March 2007
Roberts, J.H.( and P.L. Angermeier). 2012. Assessment of the distribution and abundance of Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in the Dan River basin of Virginia. Final report to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 19 pp. June 2012
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Monitoring of endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in Smith River upstream of Philpott Reservoir, on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers property. Final report submitted to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 21 pp. July 2012
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Survey of fishes at the Pittsylvania County Route 853 bridge over Sugartree Creek, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. June 2011
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Survey of fishes at the Pittsylvania County Route 676 bridge over Whitehorn Creek, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. June 2011
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2011. Survey of fishes at the Pittsylvania County Route 622 bridge over Cascade Creek, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. June 2011
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Survey of fishes at the Scott County U.S. Route 58 bridge over North Fork Holston River and Hilton Creek, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 6 pp. June 2010
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Survey of fishes at the Bedford County Route 727 bridge over Crab Orchared Creek, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 5 pp. January 2010
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2010. Survey of fishes and habitat at the Montgomery County Route 773 bridge over Roanoke River, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 5 pp. January 2010
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Habitat and fish surveys for Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) and orangefin madtom (Noturus gilberti) in North Fork Little Chestnut Creek, Franklin County, Virginia. Final report to Joyce Engineering, Inc., Greensboro, NC. 6 pp. August 2008
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2007. Surveys of habitat suitable for endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) in streams crossed by proposed Transco gas pipeline extensions in Pittsylvania and Campbell counties, Virginia. Final report to ENSR, Houston, TX. 8 pp. May 2007
Roberts, J.H. and P.L. Angermeier. 2006. Assessing impacts of the Roanoke River Flood Reduction Project on the endangered Roanoke logperch. Final report to United States Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington, NC. 44 pp. March 2006
Roberts, J.H and P.L. Angermeier. November 2004. Monitoring for effects of KIK effluent on Roanoke logperch in Roanoke River. Final Report to U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 11 pp. November 2004
Roberts, J., P. Angermeier, and E. Hallerman. 2010. Survey of mitochondrial DNA variation in endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Final report to Virginia Dept of Game & Inland Fisheries. Submitted for USGS review. October 2010
Rash, J.M. and R.J. Neves. 2005. Monitoring and restoration program for mussels in the Nottoway River, following the asphalt spill in July 2002. Final Report to B.P. Short and Son, Petersburg, VA. 19 pp. July 2005
Rash, J.M. and R.J. Neves. 2004. A survey for freshwater mussel fauna within tributaries of the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir. Final Report to Gannett Fleming, Inc., Fairfax, VA. 26 pp. October 2004
Rash, J.M. and R.J. Neves. 2004. A survey for freshwater mussel fauna within tributaries of the Ragged Mountain Reservoir. Final Report to Gannett Fleming, Inc., Fairfax, VA. 16 pp. October 2004
Rash, J.M. and R.J. Neves. 2004. A survey for freshwater mussel fauna within tributaries of Graham Creek Reservoir. Final Report to Hurt and Proffitt, Inc., Lynchburg, VA. 6 pp. October 2004
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Survey of the freshwater mussel fauna at the Route 58 bridge crossing of the Middle Fork Holston River, Washington County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 8 pp. October 2007
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of the freshwater mussel fauna at the Route 770 ford crossing of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 7 pp. October 2007
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of the freshwater mussel fauna at the Route 652 bridge crossing of the Clinch River, Russell County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 9 pp. October 2007
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 817 ford crossing of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 10 pp. October 2007
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 705 ford crossing of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 9 pp. October 2007
Petty, M.A. and R.J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 613 crossing of Big Moccasin Creek, Scott County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 8 pp. October 2007
Petty, M. and R.J. Neves. 2005. Survey of the Dan and Mayo River drainages in Virginia and North Carolina for a newly discovered spinymussel. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 38 pp February 2005
Petty, M. and R.J. Neves. 2005. Species occurrence and habitat suitability survey for the endangered James spinymussel. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 114 pp. February 2005
Petty, M. and R.J. Neves. 2005. A survey for the newly discovered Dan spinymussel in the Dan, Mayo, and South Rives, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Transportation Research Council, Charlottesville, VA. 41 pp. January 2005
Petty, M. and R. J. Neves. 2007. Population augmentation, expansion, and reintroduction of extripated species of endangered mussels in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Cumberland River system, Kentucky and Tennessee. Final Report to U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, N.C. 45 pp. July 2007
Petty, M. and R. J. Neves. 2007. Augmentation and expansion of endangered mussel populations in the Upper Tennessee and Cumberland River systems, Tennessee. Final Report to U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, N.C. 171 pp. May 2007
Petty, M. and R. J. Neves. 2007. Augmentation and expansion of endangered freshwater mussel populations in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. Final Report to National Park Service, Oneida, TN. 45 pp. July 2007
Petty, M. E. and R. J. Neves. 2007. Survey for the endangered James spinymussel in priority streams of the Dan River system, Pittsylvania, Halifax, and Patrick counties, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 21 pp. January 2007
Petty, M. A. and R. J. Neves. 2007. Relocation of the freshwater mussel fauna at the Route 706 ford of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 8 pp. May 2007
Ostby, B.K. and R.J. Neves. 2005. An evaluation of substratum and flow preferences to rare freshwater mussels in the upper Tennessee River drainage. Final Report to Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN. 202 pp. June 2005
Ostby, B.J.K., P.L. Angermeier, and R.J. Neves. 2010. Freshwater mussel survey in the upper North Fork Holston River, Virginia. Project report to United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Abingdon, VA. 57 pp. June 2010
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey of freshwater mussels at the proposed 208 bypass bridge crossing of the Po River, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA . 17 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey of freshwater mussels at the Route 817 ford crossing (Hannah’s Ford) of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to the Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 8 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey of freshwater mussels at the Route 743 bridge crossing of the North Fork Rivanna River, Albarmarle County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 11 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey of freshwater mollusks at the Route 282 crossing of Bluestone River, Tazewell County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond VA. 14 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey and relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 770 ford crossing (Carter’s Ford), of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 12 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey and relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 206 ford crossing (Anderson’s Ford) of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 13 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and R.J. Neves. 2008. Survey and relocation of freshwater mussels at the Route 205 ford crossing (Reid’s Ford) of Craig Creek, Botetourt County, Virginia. Final Report to the Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 8 pp. September 2008
Ostby, B.J.K. and P.L. Angermeier. 2012. Survey of the freshwater mollusk assemblages in the Little River, Virginia. Project report to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 88 pp. June 2012
Ostby, B.J.K. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Reconnaissance surveys for native mussel habitat, James Spinymussel (Pleurobema collina), and other protected mussels in the upper James River, Botetourt County, Virginia. Project report to United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 51 pp. January 2009
Ostby, B. and R. J. Neves. 2006. Relocation of freshwater mussels from gas pipeline crossing of 6 streams in southwest Virginia. Final Report to TRC Solutions, Lowell, MA. 57 pp. June 2006
Ostby, B. J. K. and R. J. Neves. 2010. Habitat Assessment at the Route 58 Bridge Crossing of the Middle Fork Holston River in Washington County. Project Number:0058-095-108, B607, B608, C504. Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 10 pp. December 2010
Neves, R. J. 2006. Developing water quality standards for the recovery of imperiled freshwater mussels. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA and Raleigh, NC. 88 pp. June 2006
McLaughlin, C.R. and M.R. Vaughan. 2002. Research needs and priorities for black bears in the eastern United States. Eastern Black Bear Workshop, 15:116-134. August 2002
Mattson, K.M, B. Ostby, P.L. Angermeier, and R.J. Neves. 2009. Cost-effective mussel restoration and conservation in TVA streams and tailwaters (contract supplement). Project report to Tennesse Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN. 153 pp. January 2009
Mair, R., H. Dan, and R. J. Neves. 2007. Water quality analyses of Indian Creek. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 5 pp. January 2007
M. E. Petty and R. J. Neves. 2006. An intensive survey for the endangered James spinymussel in the Potts Creek watershed, Craig and Alleghany counties, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 25 pp. December 2006
Liberty, A. and R.J. Neves. 2004. An evaluation of environmental suitability for survival and growth of juvenile and adult mussels at Buller Hatchery. Final Report to Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 150 pp. February 2005
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Movement, habitat use, nesting, and feeding of northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River catchment. Project report to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 7 pp. June 2009
Lapointe, N.W.R. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Movement, habitat use, nesting, and feeding of northern snakehead (Channa argus) in the Potomac River catchment. Project report to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 7 pp. January 2009
Lahey, A. M. and P.L. Angermeier. 2006. Survey for Roanoke logperch in the Roanoke and Meherrin river drainages, Virginia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 21 pp. February 2006
Lahey, A. M. and P. L. Angermeier. 2006. Range-wide assessment of habitat suitability for Roanoke logperch (Percina rex). Final report to Virginia Transportation Research Council, Charlottesville, VA. 54 pp. July 2007
Lahey, A. M. and P. L. Angermeier. 2006. Habitat suitability for Roanoke logperch near Phipott Reservoir. Final Report to United States Army Corp of Engineers, Bassett, VA 19 pp. March 2006
Krause, J.F. and W.M. Ford. 2010. Guidelines for assessing the condition of lands and waters managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. ERDC EMRRP Technical Note. 6 p April 2011
Jones, J.W., A.J. Liberty, R. Mair, and R.J. Neves. 2005. Life history and artificial culture of endangered mussels. Final Report to Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Nashville, TN. 214 pp. January 2005
Jones, J.W. and R.J. Neves. 2004. Survey of freshwater mussel populations in Indian Creek, Tazewell County, Virginia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Abingdon, VA. 33 pp. March 2005
Jones, J. and R.J. Neves. 2001. Release of endangered juvenile mussels in Tennessee and Virginia. Ellipsaria 3(1):18. February 2001
Jones, J. W., M. A. Patterson, C. R. Good, A. DiVittorio, and R. J. Neves. 2000. A survey to evaluate the status of freshwater mussel populations in the upper Clinch River, Virginia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Abingdon, VA, U.S.A. January 2000
Hua, D. and R.J. Neves. 2005. Cooperative research on the pink (purple) heelsplitter mussel (Potamilus alatus). Final Report to Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, Wuxi, China. 97 pp. February 2005
Henley, W.F., J.W. Jones, J.L. Boyles, J.M. McLeod, and R.J. Neves. 2002. An evaluation of the suitability of the Cedar Bluff spill site for recovery of freshwater mussels, Clinch River, Tazewell County, Virginia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 22 pp. July 2002
Henley, W.F. and R.J. Neves. 2005. Technology development for mussel propagation and release of juvenile mussels to historic habitats in the upper Tennessee River system. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, NC. 126 pp. January 2005
Henley, W. F., R. J. Neves, L. L. Zimmerman, and R. Winterringer. 1999. A survey of freshwater mussels in the Middle Fork Holston River, Virginia. Banisteria 14:15-24. January 2000
Henley, W. F., M. A. Patterson, R. J. Neves, and A. D. Lemley. 2000. Effects of sedimentation and turbidity on lotic food webs: a concise review for natural resource managers. Reviews in Fisheries Science 8(2):125-139. January 2000
Henley, W. F. and R. J. Neves. 2006. Host species identification for the spectaclecase (Cumberlandia monodonta). Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bloomington, MN. 10 pp. June 2006
Helfrich, L.A., R.J. Neves, and J. Parkhurst. 2001. Liming acidified lakes and ponds. Virginia Cooperative Extension Publication 420-254. 6pp. August 2001
Helfrich, L.A., R.J. Neves, and J. Parkhurst. 2001. Commercial frog farming. Virginia Cooperative Extension Publication No. 420-255. 4 pp. August 2001
Helfrich, L.A., J. Parkhurst, and R.J. Neves. 2001. The control of burrowing crayfish in ponds. Virginia Cooperative Extension Publication 420-253. 3 pp. February 2001
Helfrich, L.A., J. Parkhurst, and R. Neves. 2005. Managing spring wetlands for fish and wildlife habitat. Virginia Tech Extension Bulletin. 11 pp. June 2005
Helfrich, L.A., J. Parkhurst and R. Neves. 2005. Lake property owners guide to understanding and managing lakes: Part I (Physical measurements). Virginia Tech Extension Bulletin. 12 pp. June 2005
Helfrich, L.A. and R.J. Neves. 2001. Stream riparian restoration video. Half-hour video to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, NC. January 2001
Helfrich, L. A., J. Parkhurst, and R. J. Neves. 2005. Guide to understanding and managing lakes: Part I (Physical measurements). Virginia Cooperative Extension Publication No. 420-538. 8 pp. April 2006
Helfrich, L. A. and R. J. Neves. 2006. Fee fishing ponds and streams in Virginia. Extension Publication No. 420-720. 4 pp. August 2006
Helfrich, L. A. and R. J. Neves. 2006. America's freshwater insects: an aquatic, educational poster project. Final Report Product (Poster) to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and World Wildlife Fund. August 2006
Hallerman, E., M. Culver, and M. Vaughan. 2000. Genetic characterization of black bears at White River National Wildlife Refuge. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jackson, MS. 43pp. June 2000
Gilbert, E. R., E. A. Wong, M. R. Vaughan, and K.E. Webb, Jr. 2006. Distribution and abundance of nutrient transport mDNA in the intestinal tract of the black bear. Submitted to Dr. Mike Tome for DOI policy review. April 2006
Gatenby, C.M. and R.J. Neves. 2001. Optimal feeding conditions for maintaining captive unionids. Final Report to U.S. Fish and WildlifeService, Cookeville, TN. 16 pp. November 2001
Gatenby, C. M., and R. J. Neves. 2000. Ingestion and assimilation of algae by freshwater mussels. Final Report to Biological Resources Division of U.S.G.S., Denver, CO, U.S.A. January 2000
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Linking traits of at-risk fish species with types of human impact: a test of concept. Project report to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 24 pp. June 2009
Frimpong, E.A. and P.L. Angermeier. 2009. Linking traits of at-risk fish species with types of human impact: a test of concept. Project report to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 24 pp. January 2009
Ensign, W.E. and R.J. Neves. 2000. Re-survey of the James spinymussel (Pleurobema collina) population in the South Fork Potts Creek, Monroe County, Weest Virginia. Final Report, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Elkins, WV. 18 pp. October 2000
Ensign, W. E., and R. J. Neves. 2000. Re-survey of the James spinymussel population in the South Fork Potts Creek, Monroe County, West Virginia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Elkins, WV, U.S.A. January 2000
Ensign, W. E., P. L. Angermeier, B. W. Albanese, and G. H. Galbreath. June 2000. Pre-construction monitoring of the endangered Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) for the Roanoke River Flood Reduction Project: Phase 3. Final Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington, NC. January 2000
Cyterski, M. J., J. J. Ney, and R. J. Neves. 2000. Determination of the trophic support capacity of reservoirs for piscivorous fishes. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC, U.S.A. January 2000
Cherry, D.S. T. W. Valenti, R.J. Currie, R.J. Neves, J.W. Jones, R.A. Mair, and C.M. Kane. 2005. Chlorine toxicity to early life stages of freshwater mussels. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gloucester, VA. 66 pp. June 2005
Carey, C. S., B. J. K. Ostby, and R. J. Neves. 2010. A Qualitative Survey for Mussels in Lower Indian Creek: Follow-up Monitoring of the Route 460 Bridge Replacement Project, 2010 Annual Report. Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 13 pp. December 2010
Carey, C. S. Carey, B. J. K. Ostby, R. J. Neves. 2011. A Qualitative Survey for Mussels in Lower Indian Creek: Follow-up Monitoring of the Route 460 Bridge Replacement Project (2006-2010). Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 25 pp. February 2011
Bridges, A., C. Olfenbuttel, D. Lee, and M. Vaughan. 2002. The Virginia Cooperative Alleghany Black Bear Study: population and habitat ecology of Virginia's exploited black bear population. Eighth Annual Report. 17pp. November 2002
Bowler, S. and 15 coauthors. 2006. Development of building blocks to prescribe ecological flows for the Rivana River watershed. Final Report to The Nature Conservancy, Charlottesville, VA. 130 pp. February 2006
Ben-David, M., S.I. Struthers, H.D. Moll, and M.R. Vaughan. 2002. Testing performance of the birth archive-tag on black bears: an increase or decrease. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Biotelemetry 15:442-449 February 2002
Beier, P., M.R. Vaughan, M.J. Conroy, and H. Quigley. 2003. Ananalysis of scientific literature releated to the Florida Panther. Final Report to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Tallahassee, FL, USA. 202 pp. November 2003
Beck, K.M., and R.J. Neves. 2001. Propagation studies of the endangered dwarf wedgemussel. Final Report to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Raleigh, NC. 63 pp. June 2001
Argentina, J.E., P.L. Angermeier, and E.M. Hallerman. 2013. Population ecology of variegate darter (Etheostoma variatum) in Virginia. Final report to Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy, Richmond, VA. Virginia Tech College of Natural Resources & Environment Reports Series, Number 2. 62 pp. October 2013
Angermeier, P.L., S.N. Luoma, and P.B. Moyle. 2001. Summary of CALFED's Workshop on Splittail. Final Report to CALFED, Sacramento, CA. 8pp. June 2001
Angermeier, P.L., K.L. Krueger, K.M. Mattson, and S.D. Klopfer. 2009. Development of an aquatic gap analysis for the upper Tennessee River basin. Project report to United States Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 82 pp. July 2009
Angermeier, P.L. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2000. A survey of the fish fauna at three sites on the Nottaway River in Fort Pickett, Virginia. Final Report to Conservation Management Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia. 7pp. November 2000
Angermeier, P.L. 2005. Survey of the fish fauna and habitat near seven fords across Elliott Creek, Montgomery County, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. August 2005
Angermeier, P.L. 2001. Survey of the fish fauna at the Mecklenburg County Route 686 bridge over an unnamed tributary of Butcher Creek, Virginia. Final Report to VDOT, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. December 2001
Angermeier, P.L. 2001. Survey of the fish fauna at the Mecklenburg County Route 600 bridge over Allen Creek, Virginia. Final Report to VDOT, Richmond, VA. 4 pp. December 2001
Angermeier, P., D. Murphy, R. Spies, and D. Patten. 2005. ERPSB review of CALFED performance measures. Final Report to CALFED. Sacramento, CA. 14 pp. December 2005
Angermeier, P. L. 1999. Surveys of the fish fauna at the Bedford County Route 24 bridges over West Fork Beaverdam Creek, Beaverdam Creek, and East Fork Beaverdam Creek. Virginia. Final report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. January 2000
Angermeier, P. L. 1999. Book reviews. Freshwater Biology 42:759-760. Review of Patterns in Freshwater Fish Ecology by W. J. Matthews (1998). January 2000
Angermeier, P. L. 1999. A survey of the fish fauna at the U.S. Route 220 bridge (in Rocky Mount), Pigg River, Virginia. Final Report to Virginia Department of Transportation, Richmond, VA. January 2000
Adams, M.B., P.J. Edwards, W.M. Ford, T.M. Schuler, M. Thomas-Van Gundy and F. Wood. 2012. Fernow Experimental Forest: Research History and Opportunities. USDA Forest Service EFR-2. 26 p. June 2012