Joseph E. Duchamp, Ph.D.

Biology Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, United States 
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John O. Whitaker, Jr. grad student Indiana State University
Robert K. Swihart grad student 2006 Purdue
 (Modeling bat community structure and species distribution across fragmented landscapes within the upper Wabash River basin.)
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Kellner KF, Duchamp JE, Swihart RK. (2019) Niche breadth and vertebrate sensitivity to habitat modification: signals from multiple taxa across replicated landscapes Biodiversity and Conservation. 28: 2647-2667
Leuenberger W, Bearer S, Duchamp J, et al. (2016) A Comparison of Lepidoptera Communities Inhabiting Restored and Late Successional Pitch Pine-Scrub Oak Barrens in Pennsylvania Natural Areas Journal. 36: 38-47
Gess SW, Ellington EH, Dzialak MR, et al. (2013) Rest-site selection by fishers (Martes pennanti) in the eastern deciduous forest Wildlife Society Bulletin. 37: 805-814
Smyser TJ, Duchamp JE, Johnson SA, et al. (2012) Consequences of metapopulation collapse: Comparison of genetic attributes between two Allegheny woodrat metapopulations Conservation Genetics. 13: 849-858
Devivo MT, Cottrell WO, Deberti JM, et al. (2011) Survival and cause-specific mortality of elk Cervus canadensis calves in a predator rich environment Wildlife Biology. 17: 156-165
Frary VJ, Duchamp J, Maehr DS, et al. (2011) Density and distribution of a colonizing front of the American black bear Ursus americanus Wildlife Biology. 17: 404-416
Britzke ER, Duchamp JE, Murray KL, et al. (2011) Acoustic identification of bats in the eastern United States: A comparison of parametric and nonparametric methods Journal of Wildlife Management. 75: 660-667
Duchamp JE, Sparks DW, Swihart RK. (2010) Exploring the "nutrient hot spot" hypothesis at trees used by bats Journal of Mammalogy. 91: 48-53
Duchamp JE, Sparks DW, Swihart RK. (2010) Exploring the “nutrient hot spot” hypothesis at trees used by bats Journal of Mammalogy. 91: 48-53
Patton LL, Maehr DS, Duchamp JE, et al. (2010) Do the golden-winged warbler and blue-winged warbler exhibit species-specific differences in their breeding habitat use? | La paruline à ailes dorées et la paruline à ailes bleues montrent-elles des différences propres à l'espèce dans l'utilisation de leur habitat de reproduction? Avian Conservation and Ecology. 5
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