2017 journal article
Rodent response to harvesting woody biomass for bioenergy production
Journal of Wildlife Management, 81(7), 1170–1178.
By: S. Fritts, C. Moorman, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. Farrell, S. Castleberry, E. Evans, D. Greene
2016 journal article
Breeding, early-successional bird response to forest harvests for bioenergy
PLoS One, 11(10).
By: S. Grodsky, C. Moorman, S. Fritts, S. Castleberry & T. Wigley
Do biomass harvesting guidelines influence herpetofauna following harvests of logging residues for renewable energy?
Ecological Applications, 26(3), 926–939.
By: S. Fritts, C. Moorman, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. Farrell, S. Castleberry
Winter bird use of harvest residues in clearcuts and the implications of forest bioenergy harvest in the southeastern United States
Forest Ecology and Management, 379, 91–101.
By: S. Grodsky, C. Moorman, S. Fritts, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, S. Castleberry, T. Wigley
2015 journal article
Quantifying multi-scale habitat use of woody biomass by southern toads
Forest Ecology and Management, 346, 81–88.
By: S. Fritts, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, S. Castleberry & C. Moorman
Regional analysis of wind turbine-caused bat mortality
Acta Chiropterologica, 17(1), 179–188.
By: D. Drake, C. Jennelle, J. Liu, S. Grodsky, S. Schumacher & M. Sponsler
Should invertebrates receive greater inclusion in wildlife research journals?
Journal of Wildlife Management, 79(4), 529–536.
By: S. Grodsky, R. Iglay, C. Sorenson & C. Moorman
Shrew response to variable woody debris retention: Implications for sustainable forest bioenergy
Forest Ecology and Management, 336, 35–43.
2013 journal article
Bird mortality at a wind-energy facility near a wetland of international importance
Condor, 115(4), 700–711.
By: S. Grodsky, C. Jennelle & D. Drake
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