Research-Based Publications

BrandenBark™

Adams, J., P. Roby, P. Sewell, J. Schwierjohann, M. Gumbert, and M. Brandenburg. 2015. Success of BrandenBark™, an artificial roost structure designed for use by Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis). Journal American Society of Mining and Reclamation 4:1-15.
Gumbert, M., P. Sewell, J. Adams, P. Roby, J. Schwierjohann, and M. Brandenburg. 2013. BrandenBark™: artificial bark designed for roost use by Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis) in Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET 2013).


Amphibians

Barrett, K., C. Guyer, S. T. Samoray, and Y. Kanno. 2016. Stream and Riparian Habitat Use by Anurans along a Forested Gradient in Western Georgia, USA. Copeia 104:570-576.
Barrett, K., B. S. Helms, S. T. Samoray, and C. Guyer. 2010. Growth patterns of a stream vertebrate differ between urban and forested catchments. Freshwater Biology 55:1628-1635.
Cable, A. B., W. R. Seiter, and S.N. Davis. 2020. Scaphiopus holbrookii. Herpetological Review 51:534.
Regester, K. J., and S. T. Samoray. 2002. Natural history note: Plethodon glutinosus. Herpetological Review 33:45.
Samoray, S. T., and H. R. Garland. 2002. Geographic distribution note: Gyrinophilus palleucus. Herpetological Review 33:316.
Samoray, S. T., and K. J. Regester. 2001. Geographic distribution note: Rana sylvatica. Herpetological Review 32:190.


Bats

Braun De Torrez, E. C., S. T. Samoray, K. A. Silas, M. A. Wallrichs, M. W. Gumbert, H. K. Ober, and R. A. McCleery. 2017. Acoustic lure allows for capture of a high-flying, endangered bat. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:322-328.
Britzke, E. R., M. W. Gumbert, and M. G. Hohmann. 2014. Behavioral response of bats to passive integrated transponder tag reader arrays placed at cave entrances. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:146-150
Britzke, E. R., P. Sewell, M. G. Hohmann, R. Smith, and S. R. Darling. 2010. Use of temperature-sensitive transmitters to monitor the temperature profiles of hibernating bats affected with White-nose Syndrome. Northeastern Naturalist 17:239-246.
Elliot, W. R., S. T. Samoray, and S. E. Gardner. 2005a. The MDC Method: counting bats with infrared video. Pages 147-153 in 17th National Cave and Karst Management Symposium. The NCKMS Steering Committee, Albany, NY.
Gumbert, M. W., J. M. O’Keefe, and J. R. MacGregor. 2002. Roost fidelity in Kentucky. Pages 143-152 in A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, editors. The Indiana Bat: Biology and Management of an Endangered Species. Bat Conservation International, Inc., Austin, TX.
Janos, G. A., and K. V. Root. 2014. Bats do not alter their foraging activity in response to owl calls. The American Midland Naturalist 171:375-378.
MacGregor, J., J. D. Kiser, M. W. Gumbert, and T. O. Reed. 1999. Autumn Roosting Habitat of Male Indiana Bats (Myotis sodalis) in a Managed Forest Setting in Kentucky.in Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Forest Service, Lexington, Kentucky.
Roby, P. L., M. W. Gumbert, and M. J. Lacki. 2019. Nine years of Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) spring migration behavior. Journal of Mammalogy 100:1501-1511.
Roby, P. L., M. W. Gumbert, P. L. Sewell, and S. W. Brewer. 2011. Characteristics of roosts used by Rafinesque’s big-eared bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) on Camp Mackall, North Carolina. Page 157 in Conservation and management of eastern big-eared bats: a symposium. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, NC.
Samoray, S. T., and K. Barrett. 2017. A unique winter roosting location for a northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis). Bat Research News 58:34.
Samoray, S. T., S. N. Cotham, and M. W. Gumbert. 2019. Spring migration behavior of a tri-colored bat (Perimyotis subflavus) from Tennessee. Southeastern Naturalist 18:3.
Samoray, S. T., M. W. Gumbert, P. L. Roby, G. A. Janos, and R. R. Borthwick. 2019. Effectiveness of acoustic lures for increasing Indiana bat captures in mist-nets. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 10:206-212.
Samoray, S. T., S. N. Patterson, J. Weber, and J. M. O'Keefe. 2020. Gray bat (Myotis grisescens) use of trees as day roosts in North Carolina and Tennessee. Southeastern Naturalist 19:49-52.


Birds

Leftwich, C., and G. Ritchison. 2008. Singing Behavior of Male Henslow's Sparrows (Ammodramus henslowii). Bird Behavior 18:8.
Weinkam, T. J., G. A. Janos, and D. R. Brown. 2017. Habitat use and foraging behavior of Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) in relation to winter weather. Northeastern Naturalist 24:B1-B18


Miscellaneous

Elliot, W. R., S. T. Samoray, and S. E. Gardner. 2005b. Tumbling Creek Cave: an ongoing conservation and restoration partnership. American Caves 19:8-13.
Pederson, N., K. Tackett, R. W. McEwan, S. Clark, A. Cooper, G. Brosi, R. Eaton, and R. D. Stockwell. 2012. Long-term drought sensitivity of trees in second-growth forests in a humid region. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:1837-1850.