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WCS Adirondacks Newsletter, Spring 2017
Author(s): Carrianne Pershyn
Year: 2017
Make Room for Wildlife. A Resource for Landowners in the Northern Forest
Author(s): Leslie Karasin, Michale Glennon, Heidi Kretser
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: An illustrated, full-color brochure to help landowners in the Northern Forest plan for development in ways that respect, maintain, and enhance wildlife habitat and wildlife connectivity throughout the Northern Forest.
Journal/Source: WCS Publication
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Make Room for Wildlife: A Resource for Landowners in the Northern Forest. 2013. Wildlife Conservation Society Adirondack Program.
Phenological asynchrony in populations of migratory birds as a consequence of climate change. A literature review.
Author(s): Madeleine Rubenstein and Michale Glennon
Year: 2015
Description/Abstract: Technical paper reporting on an extensive literature review of the current understanding of phenological asynchrony in migratory bird populations. It examines the potential for phenological mismatch between birds and their food sources as it relates to expected and observed climate changes in the Adirondack Park and observed declines among these species.
Journal/Source: WCS
Publisher: WCS Adirondacks
Full Citation: Rubenstein, M.A., and M.J. Glennon. 2015. Phenological asynchrony in populations of migratory birds as a consequence of climate change: a literature review. Wildlife Conservation Society, Adirondack Program Technical Paper #6.
Size of the ecological effect zone associated with exurban development in the Adirondack Park, NY.
Author(s): Michale Glennon and Heidi Kretser
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: A study and discussion of the ecological impact zone around exurban homes in the Adirondack Park, NY. Comparisons are drawn from a similar study performed in the North American West, in an entirely different habitat. Avian communities were altered up to 200 m from exurban homes in the Adirondack Park, and these results have the ability to inform ecologically sensitive subdivision designs.
Journal/Source: Landscape and Urban Planning
Publisher: Elsevier
Full Citation: Glennon, M.J. and Kretser, H.E..(2013) Size of the ecological effect zone associated with exurban development in the Adirondack Park, NY. Landscape and Urban Planning Volume 112, April 2013, pp 10-17.
Assessment of boreal forest bird habitats in the Adirondack Park. Summary Report and Evaluation to DEC
Author(s): Michale Glennon
Year: 2010
Description/Abstract: Report describing a long-term project to assess the status and distribution of a suite of birds in lowland boreal habitats of the Adirondacks.
Journal/Source: WCS
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Glennon, M. J. . 2010. Assessment of boreal forest bird habitats in the Adirondack Park: Summary Report and Evaluation. Summary report to NYSDEC for SWG project Grant T-2-2.
Science From the Field, 2000-2010
Author(s): WCS Adirondack Program
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: Comprehensive summary of field science projects completed by the staff of the WCS Adirondack Program from 2000 through 2010. Recommendations are also made for conservation actions that came as a result of the science.
Full Citation: Science from the Field, 2000-2010. 2011. WCS Adirondack Program.
Conservation Planning for Climate Change Impacts to Lowland Boreal Wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY
Author(s): Zoe Smith, Michale Glennon, Erika Rowland, and Molly Cross
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: On November 17-18, 2010, twenty-five stakeholders from multiple agencies, organizations, and academic institutions (Appendix A) gathered for a workshop hosted by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Blue Mountain Lake, NY to initiate planning for the potential impacts of climate change on the lowland boreal wetlands of the Adirondack region. . WCS pre-selected the lowland boreal as a conservation target for this workshop because WCS has been monitoring and documenting changes in the boreal wetland ecosystem of the Adirondacks for decades. This report summarizes the workshop.
Full Citation: Conservation Planning for Climate Change Impacts to Lowland Boreal Wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY. 2011. Workshop Summary Report from November 117-18, 2010, Blue Mountain Lake, NY. Compiled by Zoe Smith, Michale Glennon, Erika Rowland, and Molly Cross.
Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species_2008 Report
Author(s): Michale Glennon and Leslie Karasin
Year: 2010
Description/Abstract: 2008 End-of-season report submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority summarizing field work and results from a study of five montane bird species on Whiteface Mountain.
Full Citation: Glennon, M., and Karasin, L. 2010. Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species. 2008 End-of-season reports submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority
Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species_2006 Report
Author(s): Michale Glennon and Leslie Karasin
Year: 2010
Description/Abstract: 2006 End-of-season report submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority summarizing field work and results from a study of five montane bird species on Whiteface Mountain.
Full Citation: Glennon, M., and Karasin, L. 2010. Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species. 2006 End-of-season reports submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority
Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species_2005 Report
Author(s): Michale Glennon and Leslie Karasin
Year: 2010
Description/Abstract: 2005 End-of-season report submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority summarizing field work and results from a study of five montane bird species on Whiteface Mountain.
Full Citation: Glennon, M., and Karasin, L. 2010. Use of Whiteface Mountain by Bicknell's Thrush and Other Montane Forest Bird Species. 2005 End-of-season reports submitted to the Olympic Regional Development Authority
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