W. Mark Ford
W. Mark Ford
Unit Leader and Associate Professor
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Relating bat species presence to simple habitat measures in a central Appalachian forest
WM Ford, MA Menzel, JL Rodrigue, JM Menzel, JB Johnson
Biological Conservation 126 (4), 528-539, 2005
Effects of a community restoration fire on small mammals and herpetofauna in the southern Appalachians
WM Ford, MA Menzel, DW McGill, J Laerm, TS McCay
Forest ecology and management 114 (2-3), 233-243, 1999
Effect of habitat and foraging height on bat activity in the coastal plain of South Carolina
JM Menzel, MA Menzel Jr, JC Kilgo, WM Ford, JW Edwards, ...
The Journal of wildlife management 69 (1), 235-245, 2005
White-tailed deer foraging in relation to successional stage, overstory type and management of southern Appalachian forests
AS Johnson, PE Hale, WM Ford, JM Wentworth, JR French, OF Anderson, ...
American Midland Naturalist, 18-35, 1995
Bat activity in harvested and intact forest stands in the Allegheny Mountains
SF Owen, MA Menzel, JW Edwards, WM Ford, JM Menzel, BR Chapman, ...
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 21 (3), 154-159, 2004
Home-range size and habitat used by the northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis)
SF Owen, MA Menzel, WM Ford, BR Chapman, KV Miller, JW Edwards, ...
The American Midland Naturalist 150 (2), 352-359, 2003
Presence and absence of bats across habitat scales in the upper coastal plain of South Carolina
WM Ford, JM Menzel, MA Menzel, JW Edwards, JC Kilgo
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (5), 1200-1209, 2006
Effects of group selection silviculture in bottomland hardwoods on the spatial activity patterns of bats
MA Menzel, TC Carter, JM Menzel, WM Ford, BR Chapman
Forest Ecology and management 162 (2-3), 209-218, 2002
Capture and reproductive trends in summer bat communities in West Virginia: assessing the impact of white-nose syndrome
KE Francl, WM Ford, DW Sparks, V Brack Jr
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 3 (1), 33-42, 2012
Roost tree selection by northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies in an industrial forest of the central Appalachian mountains
MA Menzel, SF Owen, WM Ford, JW Edwards, PB Wood, BR Chapman, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 155 (1-3), 107-114, 2002
Patterns of acoustical activity of bats prior to and following white-nose syndrome occurrence
WM Ford, ER Britzke, CA Dobony, JL Rodrigue, JB Johnson
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 2 (2), 125-134, 2011
Distribution and activity of bats at local and landscape scales within a rural–urban gradient
JB Johnson, JE Gates, WM Ford
Urban Ecosystems 11, 227-242, 2008
Summer habitat use and home-range analysis of the endangered Indiana bat
JM Menzel, WM Ford, MA Menzel, TC Carter, JE Gardner, JD Garner, ...
The Journal of wildlife management, 430-436, 2005
Review of the forest habitat relationships of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis)
MA Menzel
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, 2001
Forest to wildlife opening: habitat gradient analysis among small mammals in the southern Appalachians
MA Menzel, WM Ford, J Laerm, D Krishon
Forest Ecology and Management 114 (2-3), 227-232, 1999
Fire effects on wildlife in the Central Hardwoods and Appalachian regions, USA
CA Harper, WM Ford, MA Lashley, CE Moorman, MC Stambaugh
Fire Ecology 12, 127-159, 2016
Roost tree selection by northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies following prescribed fire in a Central Appalachian Mountains hardwood forest
JB Johnson, JW Edwards, WM Ford, JE Gates
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (3), 233-242, 2009
Stand-age, stand characteristics, and landform effects on understory herbaceous communities in southern Appalachian cove-hardwoods
WM Ford, RH Odom, PE Hale, BR Chapman
Biological Conservation 93 (2), 237-246, 2000
Bat activity in a forest landscape of central Massachusetts
RT Brooks, WM Ford
Northeastern Naturalist 12 (4), 447-462, 2005
Stand age and habitat influences on salamanders in Appalachian cove hardwood forests
WM Ford, BR Chapman, MA Menzel, RH Odom
Forest ecology and Management 155 (1-3), 131-141, 2002
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