Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Lantz, S. M., and J. Karubian. 2016. Male red-backed fairywrens appear to enhance a plumage-based signal via adventitious molt. Auk 133:338-346. (Popular press coverage by Audubon can be found here: How do fairywrens stay fancy?)

*Frumkin, N. B., T. W. Wey, M. *Exnicios, C. *Benham, M. G. Hinton, S. Lantz, C. Atherton, D. Forde, and J. Karubian. In press. Inter-annual patterns of aggression and pair bonding in captive American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber). Zoo Biology.

*Rose, A., S. Lantz, J. Swaddle, and J. Karubian. 2014. Habitat and Arthropod Relationships Supporting the Red-Backed Fairy-Wren in the Australian Tropical Savanna Dry Season. Tulane Undergraduate Research Journal – Volume 1.

Hinton, M. G., A. Bendelow, S. Lantz, T. W. Wey, L. Schoen, R. Brockett, and J. Karubian. 2013. Patterns of aggression among captive American Flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber). Zoo Biology.

Lantz, S. M., D. E. Gawlik, and M. I. Cook. 2011. The effects of water depth and emergent vegetation on foraging habitat selection and foraging success of wading birds. Waterbirds 34: 439-447.

Lantz, S. M., D. E. Gawlik, and M. I. Cook. 2010. The effects of water depth and submerged aquatic vegetation on foraging habitat selection and foraging success of wading birds. Condor 112:460-469.

Easlick, J., R. Szubin, S. Lantz, N. Baumgarth, and K. Abel. 2010. The early interferon alpha subtype response in infant macaques infected orally with SIV. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 55:14-28.

Sklar, F., E. Cline, M. Cook, T. Dreschel, C. Coronado, D. E. Gawlik, B. Gu, S. Hagerthey, S. Lantz, C. McVoy, S. Miao, S. Newman, J. Richards, K. Rutchey, C. Saunders, L. Scinto, R. Shuford, and C. Thomas. 2008. Ecology of the Everglades Protection Area. Chapter 6 in 2008 South Florida Environmental Report. South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL.

 

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