Research and Conservation Publications Conducted in Part or Exclusively
 at The White Memorial Foundation,
 ordered chronologically.

Mhatre, S. 2019. Little Brown Bat colony discovered at White Memorial.  Connecticut Wildlife.  39(1):4-5.

Duan, J. J., L. S. Bauer, R. G. van Driesche, and J. R. Gould. 2018.  Progress and challenges of protecting North American ash trees from the emeral ash borer using biological control.  Forests 9, 142.

Smith, S. 2018.  The abundance of a keystone salamander in response to the environmental effects of earthworm invasion.  M.S. Thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.  pp. 43.

Ward, J. S. and S. C. Williams. 2018. Effect of tree diameter, canopy position, age, and browsing on stump sprouting in southern New England.  Forest Science 1-9.

Skinner, M. et al., 2018.  Do invasive worms threaten northeast native forests?  Maple Syrup Digest 57(1): 20.

Ward, J.S.T.E. Worthley, T.J. Degnan, J.P. Barksy. 2017. STORMWISE: Integrating Arboriculture and Silviculture to Create Storm Resilient Roadside Forests. P.119-132 In Proceedings of the 20th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2016 March 28-April 1; Columbia, MO. General Technical Report NRS-P-167. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 313 p.

Zarrillo, T.A., J.S. Ascher, J. Gibbs, K.A. Stoner.  2016.  New and noteworthy records of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) for Connecticut.  Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society  89(2):139-157.

Ward, J.S. 2015. “Stormwise” roadside forest management. CT Botanical Society Newsletter 42(1): 1,6-7.

Moore, J-D.  and M. Ouellet.  2015.  Questioning the use of an amphibian colour morph as an indicator of climate change.  Global Change Biology 21:566-571.

Feinberg JA, Newman CE, Watkins-Colwell GJ, Schlesinger MD, Zarate B, et al. 2014.  Cryptic Diversity in Metropolis: Confirmation of a New Leopard Frog Species (Anura: Ranidae) from New York City and Surrounding Atlantic Coast Regions. PLoS ONE 9(10): e108213.

Ward, J.S. 2014. A new way to manage roadsides. Connecticut Woodlands. 79(3): 10, 22.

Ward, J.S., S.C. Williams, and T.E.Worthley. 2013. Japanese barberry control methods reference guide for foresters and professional woodland managers. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Special Bulletin - February 2013. 12p.

Ward, J.S., T.E. Worthley, J.P. Smallidge, and K. Bennett. 2013. Northeastern Forest Regeneration Handbook, revised. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry. NA-TP-03-06. 59p.

Ward, J.S., and S.C. Williams. 2011. Controlling an invasive shrub, Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii DC), using directed heating with propane torches. Natural Areas Journal 31(2): 156-162.

Ward, J.S., S.L. Anagnostakis, and F.J. Ferrandino. 2010. Long-term changes in canker incidence on birch (Betula sp) in Connecticut. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 27(3): 85-91.

Gardali, T., Lowe, J. D. 2009. The 2005 and 2006 North American Breeding Bird Census with additions for 2003 and 2004. Bird Populations 9:170-197.

Gardali, T., Lowe, J. D. 2007. The 2003 and 2004 North American breeding bird census with additions for 2001 and 2002. Bird Populations 8:116-148.

Gardali, T., Lowe, J. D., eds. 2006. Reviving resident bird counts: the 2001 and 2002 breeding bird census. Bird Populations 7:90-127.

Lowe, J. D. 2006. An annotated bibliography of Breeding Bird Census publications. Bird Populations 7:128-135.

Williams, S.C., J.S. Ward, and U. Ramakrishnan. 2006. Deer damage management options. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 1005 15p.

Ferrandino, F.J., J.S. Ward, and S.L. Anagnostakis. 2005. Role of Nectria-cankered birch in the future of Connecticut’s forests. Frontiers of Plant Science. 56(1): 5-7.

Ward, J.S. 2005. Alternative forest management practices: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Frontiers of Plant Science. 56(1): 8-10.

Ward, J.S. 2005. Stand dynamics in Connecticut forests: the New-Series plots (1959-2000). The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 995.35p.

Ward, J.S, G.R. Stephens, and F.J.Ferrandino. 2005. Influence of cutting methods on residual stand growth in sawtimber oak stands. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 22(1): 59-67.

Ward, J.S., M.E. Montgomery, C.A.Cheah, B.P. Onken, and R.S. Cowles. 2004. Eastern Hemlock Forests: Guidelines to Minimize the Impacts of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry NA-TP-03-04. 28p.

Ward, J.S., and G.R. Stephens. 2003. Sawtimber oak stand response to six distinct cutting methods. P. 306-316 In Proceedings 13th Central Hardwood Forestry Conference, USDA Forest Service General Technical Bulletin NC-234.

Ferrandino, F.J., J.S. Ward, and S.L. Anagnostakis. 1999. Forest management practices may reduce damage caused by canker of black birch. Frontiers of Plant Science 51(2): 5-8.

Ward, J.S., and G.R. Stephens. 1999. Influence of cutting methods on 12-year-old hardwood regeneration. P. 204-208. in 12th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, Southern Research Station General Technical Report SRS-24.

Loery, G., J. D. Nichols, and J. E. Hines.  1997.  Capture-recapture analysis of a wintering black-capped chickadee population in Connecticut, 1958 – 1993.  Auk 114:431-442.

Maynard, A. A. and D. E. Hill.  1992.  Vegetative stabilization of logging roads and skid trails.  N. Journ. Appl. For. 9.

Cudworth, K.  1990.  White Memorial – a wildlife refuge.  Conn. Woodlands 55.

Cudworth, K.  1990.  A “foundation” for wildlife. Amer. Forests. May/June.

Tritton, L. M. and T. G. Siccama.  1990.  What proportion of the standing trees in forests of the Northeast are dead?  Bulletin of the Torreya Botanical Club 117(2): 163-166.

Stephens, G. R.  1988.  Mortality dieback and growth of defoliated hemlock and white pine.  N. Journ. Appl. For. 5.

Barry, T. and G. Blommer. 1987-1992.  Northern Pike (Esox lucius) management in Bantam Lake.  Conn. D.E.P. Fisheries Div. Annual Progress Reports.

Loery, G., K. H. Pollock, J. D. Nichols, and J. E. Hines. 1987.  Age-specificity of Black-capped Chickadee survival rates:  analysis of capture-recapture data.  Ecology.  68:1038-1044.

Ahrens, J. F.  1987.  Herbicides for the control of oriental bittersweet.  N. E. Weed Sci. Soc. Proc.

Department of Forestry and Horticulture Report.  1987.  Conn. Agric. Exper. Sta.  1986-1987 Record of the Year.

Stephens, G. R.  1987.  Effect of gypsy moth defoliation on conifers.  Coping with the gypsy moth in the new frontier, Proc.  Morgantown, W. V.

Department of Forestry and Horticulture Report.  1986.  Conn. Agric. Exper. Sta.  1985-1986 Record of the Year.

Loery, G. and J. D. Nichols.  1985.  Dynamics of a black-capped chickadee population, 1958 – 1983.  Ecology  66:1195-1203.

Kelty, M. J. 1984.  The development and productivity of hemlock-hardwood forests in southern New England.  Ph.D. dissertation.  Yale University.

Stephens, G. R. 1984  Heavily defoliated white pine has lower mortality than hemlock.  Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta. Frontiers of Plant Sci.  37.

Stephens, G.R. 1981. Defoliation and mortality in Connecticut forests. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 796. 13p.

Messier, S. N.  1980.  The plant communities of the acid wetlands of northwestern Connecticut.  M.S. Thesis.  University of Connecticut.

Rinaldo, C. A.  1980.  Habitats of small mammals in western Connecticut.  M.S. Thesis.  University of Connecticut.

Johnson, A. H. and T. G. Siccoma.  1979.  Effect of vegetation on morphology of Windsor soils, Litchfield, Connecticut.  Journ. Soil Sci. of Amer.  43.

Egler, F. E. and W. A. Niering.  1976.  The natural areas of the White Memorial Foundation.  The vegetation of Connecticut natural areas, Friends of the Litchfield Nature Center and Museum, Inc.  34 p.

Magee, A.  1975.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn.  American Birds.  29:1082;1101-1102;1109;1138.

Acad. Of Nat. Sciences of Phila., Div. of Limnology and Ecology.  1974.  Bantam Lake Renewal Project:  Weed survey and evaluation of corrective measures for Department of Environmental Protection, State of Connecticut.  54 p.

Magee, A., 1974.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn. American Birds.  28:990; 1012; 1022; 1052.

Magee, A. 1973.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn. American Birds.  27:959; 977; 985-986; 1011-1012.

Magee, A. 1971.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn. American Birds.  25: 969-970; 990; 996-997; 1004-1005.

Stephens, G.R. 1971. The relation of insect defoliation to mortality in Connecticut forests. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 723. 16p

Stephens, G. R. and D. E. Hill.  1971.  Drainage, drought, defoliation, and death in unmanaged Connecticut forests.  Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. pp. 718.

Gorski, L. J. 1970.  Banding the two song forms of Traill’s flycatcher.  Bird-banding.  41:204-206

Gorski, L. J.  1969.  Systematics and ecology of sibling species of Traill’s Flycatcher.  Ph.D. dissertation.  University of Connecticut

Magee, A.  1969.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn.  Audubon Field Notes.  23:704-705; 719; 730-731; 740.

Magee, A.  1968.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn.  Audubon Field Notes.  22:664; 675-676; 698-699; 705-706.

Magee, A. and J. Cavanaugh.  1967.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn.  Audubon Field Notes.  21:614; 626-627; 656; 661-662.

Magee, A. and J. Cavanaugh.  1966.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn.  Audubon Field Notes.  20:611; 626-627; 655-656; 658-659.

Van Winkle, Jr., W. M., and R. S. Billard.  1966.  White Memorial Foundation – guide to birding.

Enders, F. and A. Magee.  1965.  Census reports, Litchfield, Conn. Audubon Field Notes.  19:590-591; 584-585; 609-610; 625-627.

Rollinson, W. D., F. B. Lewis, and W. E. Waters.  1965.  The successful use of a nuclear polyhedrosisvirus against the gypsy moth.  Journ. Invertebrate Pathology.  7:515-517.

Anon.  1963.  Fifty years as an outdoor laboratory.  Audubon Magazine.  65:306-307.

Hunt, K. W.  1957.  Community natural areas.  Yale Conservation Studies. 6.

Smith, D. M.  1956.  Catlin Wood.  Conn. Arboretum Bull.  9:19-24.

Scott, D. R. M.  1955.  Amount and chemical composition of organic matter contributed by overstory and understory vegetation to forest soil.  Yale Univ. School of Forestry. Bull. No. 62.

Kriebel, H. B.  1954.  Bark thickness as a factor in resistance to pine weevil injury.  Forestry 52:842-845.

Hicock, H. W. and A. R. Olson.  1954.  Preservation of wood by simple methods.  Conn. Agric. Exper. Sta. Bull. 581.  66 p.

Hicock, H. W., A. R. Olson, and F. M. Callward.  1951.  The Connecticut charcoal kiln.  Univ. Conn. Agric. Ext. Service Bull.

Smith, D. M.  1951.  The influence of seedbed conditions on the regeneration of eastern white pine.  Conn. Agric. Exper. Sta. Bull. 545.  61 p.

Ripley, S. D.  1951.  The return of the wood duck.  The Minnesota Naturalist.  2:14-15.

Frank, W. J.  1948.  Wood duck nesting box usage in Connecticut.  J. Wildl. Mgt.  12:128-136.

Frank, W. J.  1947.  Ruffed grouse drumming site counts.  J. Wildl. Mgt.  11:307-316.

Frank, W. J.  1946.  Ruffed grouse censusing in west-central Connecticut.  11th North Amer. Conf. Trans.  287-296.

Arnold, M. C.  1946.  Cover mapping for forest and wildlife management in Connecticut.  11th North Amer. Wildl. Conf. Trans.  287-296.

Fitzwater, W. D. and W. J. Frank.  1944.  Leaf nests of gray squirrels in Connecticut.  J. Mammaology 25:160-170.

Alexander, M. M. 1943.  Food habits of the snapping turtle in Connecticut.  J. Wildl. Mgt.  7:278-282.

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