Archived Publications

2006

  • Acton, G., Guyodo, Y., and Brachfeld, S., 2006. The nature of a cryptochron from a paleomagnetic study of chron C4r.2r recorded in sediments off the Antarctic Peninsula, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 156, 213–222.
  • Andra, S.S., D. Sarkar, R. Datta, and S.K. Saminathan (2006) Lead in soils collected from residential properties in Baltimore and San Antonio. Bull Environ. Contamin. Toxicol., 77: 643 - 650.
  • Baptist, M.J., van Dalfsen, J., Weber, A., Passchier, S., and van Heteren, S., 2006. The distribution of macrozoobenthos in the Southern North Sea in relation to meso-scale bedforms. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 68, 538-546.
  • Barrett, K. R., W. Goldsmith and M. Silva. 2006. Integrated Geotechnical and Bioengineering Treatments for Streambank Stabilization along a Landfill. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. v 61, n 3 (May/June 2006) pp 144-152.
  • Brachfeld, S., 2006. High-field magnetic susceptibility(HF) as a proxy of biogenic sedimentation along the Antarctic Peninsula, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 156, 274–282.
  • Brachfeld, S., 2006. Relative Paleointensity in Sediments, In: Gubbins, D., Herrero-Bervera, E, (eds.), Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, Springer Kluwer Press, 758-765.
  • Brachfeld, S., Hammer, J., 2006. Rock-magnetic and remanence properties of synthetic Fe-rich basalts: Implications for Mars crustal anomalies, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 248, 599–617.
  • Cowan, E., Brachfeld, S.A., Powell, R., *Schoolfield, S., 2006. Mineral-magnetic properties of Holocene glacimarine sediment from Southern Coastal Alaska, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 43(9), 1269-1282.
  • Bologna, P. and Sinnema, M. 2006. Assessing the Success of Eelgrass Restoration in New Jersey. In. Seagrass Restoration: Success, Failure and the Costs of Both (S. Treat and R. Lewis eds.). pp. 79-90. Lewis Environmental Services, INC. Valrico, FL USA.
  • Bologna, P. 2006. Assessing within habitat variability in plant demography, faunal density, and secondary production in an eelgrass (/Zostera marina/) bed.* * J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 329: 122-134.**
  • Feng H., 2006. Benthic ammonia fluxes from organic-rich sediments in Turkey Creek-Indian River Lagoon, Florida, USA. In: Collection of Marine Chemistry Research (eds. Y.-P. Huang, M.-H. Hu, W.-Q. Li and Y.-P. Yang). pp. 181-190. China Ocean Press, Beijing, China.
  • Fan C., Pavlis G. L., Weglein A. B., Nita B.G. (2006): Exploiting the free surface effect separate forward and back scattered teleseismic wavefields, Geophysics,71, No. 4, SI71.
  • Chopping, M., Su, L., Laliberte, A., Rango, A., Peters, D.P.C., and Kollikkathara, N., 2006. Mapping shrub abundance in desert grasslands using geometric-optical modeling and multiangle remote sensing with CHRIS/Proba, Remote Sensing of Environment 104(1), 62-73.
  • Chopping, M., Su, L., Laliberte, A., Rango, A., Peters, D.P.C., and Martonchik, J.V., 2006. Mapping woody plant cover in desert grasslands using canopy reflectance modeling and MISR data, Geophysical Research Letters 33, L17402, doi:10.1029/2006GL027148.
  • Cochran J. K., Feng H., Amiel D., and Beck A., 2006. Natural radionuclides as tracers of coastal biogeochemical processes. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 88, 376– 379.
  • Cochran J. K., Hirschberg D. J., and Feng H., 2006. Reconstructing Sediment Chronologies in the Hudson River Estuary. In: The Hudson River Estuary (eds. J. S. Levinton and J. R. Waldman). pp. 65-78. Cambridge University Press.
  • Galster, J. C., Pazzaglia, F. J., Hargreaves, B. R., Morris, D. P., Peters, S. C., and Weisman, R. N., 2006. Land use effects on watershed hydrology: The scaling of discharge with drainage area: Geology, v. 34, p. 713-716.
  • Gates, A.E., Valentino, D.W., Gorring, M.L., Thern, E.R., Chiarenzelli, J.R., and Hamilton, M.A., 2006. Rodinian collisional and escape tectonics in the Hudson Highlands, New York, in Pazzaglia, F.J., (ed.), Excursions in Geology and History: Field Trips in the Middle Atlantic States: Geological Society of America Field Guide 8. p. 65-82. doi: 10.1130/2006.fld008(05).
  • Gorring, M.L., 2006. Ridge collision – the southern Patagonian Cordillera east of the Chile Triple Junction, Backbone of the Americas, Patagonia to Alaska, Geological Society of America Conference, Mendoza, Argentina, March 27-April 1, 2006. Field Trip Guidebook 401, 1-28.
  • Hou, S.F., DNA-assisted monolayer immobilization of 2D opaline arrays. Advanced Functional Materials, 2006, 16(12), 1590-1598.
  • Houghtaling, K. & Kight, S.L. 2006. Turn alternation in response to substrate vibration by terrestrial isopods, Porcellio laevis (Isopoda: Oniscidea) from rural and urban habitats in New Jersey, USA. Entomological News. 117: 149-154.
  • Israr, M., S. Sahi, R. Datta, and D. Sarkar (2006) Bioaccumulation and physiological effects of mercury in Sesbania drummondii Chemosphere, 65: 591 – 598.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Stern E. A., Neuhäusler U., Osán J., Marinkovic N., and Song Z., 2006. Properties of New York/New Jersey Harbor Sediments. Acta Physica Polonica A, 109, 279-286
  • Kay, S.M., Ardolino, A.A., Gorring, M.L., and Ramos, V.A., 2006. The Somuncura large igneous province in Patagonia: Interaction of a transient mantle thermal anomaly with a subducting slab. Journal of Petrology, doi: 10.1093/petrology/egl053.
  • Kelley, D.W., Brachfeld, S., Nater, E.A., and Wright, H.E., 2006. Sensitivity of sediment sources and magnitudes in the Upper Mississippi River’s Lake Pepin to Holocene Climate Changes, Journal of Paleolimnology, 35, 193-206.
  • Kight, S.L., Gaynor, J.J. & Adams, S.A. 2006. Undergraduate research communities: A powerful approach to research training. Journal of College Science Teaching. 35: 34-39.
  • Kight, S.L., Steelman, L., Coffey, G Kim, L., Campanella, J. and Bologna, P. 2006. Utilization of sea scallop (/Placopecten magellanicus/ Gmelin) microsatelite markers for phylogenetic applications in bay scallops (/Argopecten irradians /Lamarck). Rev. Undergrad. Res. Ag. Life Sciences. (on-line)
  • Gates, A.E., Valentino, D.W., Gorring, M.L., Thern, E.R., Chiarenzelli, J.R., and Hamilton, M.A., 2006. Rodinian collisional and escape tectonics in the Hudson Highlands, New York, in Pazzaglia, F.J., (ed.), Excursions in Geology and History: Field Trips in the Middle Atlantic States: Geological Society of America Field Guide 8. p. 65-82. doi: 10.1130/2006.fld008(05).
  • Galster, J. C., Pazzaglia, F. J., Hargreaves, B. R., Morris, D. P., Peters, S. C., and Weisman, R. N., 2006. Land use effects on watershed hydrology: The scaling of discharge with drainage area: Geology, v. 34, p. 713-716.
  • Passchier, S., Whitehead, J.M., 2006. Anomalous geochemical provenance and weathering history of Plio-Pleistocene glaciomarine fjord strata, Bardin Bluffs Formation, East Antarctica. Sedimentology, 53, 929-942.
  • Yu, D. Wu, Changshan, 2006. Incorporating Remote Sensing Information in Modeling House Values: A Regression Tree Approach. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 129-138.
  • Yu, D., 2006. Spatially Varying Development Mechanisms in the Greater Beijing Area: A Geographically Weighted Regression Investigation. Annals of Regional Science. 40: 173-190.
  • Ye X., Zhang L., Jing Y. and Feng H., 2006. Current development of navigation channel dredged material treatment – An overview. In: Collection of Marine Chemistry Research (eds. Y.-P. Huang, M.-H. Hu, W.-Q. Li and Y.-P. Yang). pp. 63-74. China Ocean Press, Beijing, China. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  • Wei, Yehua., Dennis, Yu, D., 2006. State Policy and the Globalization of Beijing: Emerging Themes. Habitat International. 377-395.
  • Willmott, V., Domack, E.W., Canals, M., Brachfeld, S., 2006. A high-resolution relative paleointensity record from the Gerlache-Boyd paleo-ice stream region, Northern Antarctic Peninsula, Quaternary Research, 66, 1–11.
  • Weglein A. B., Nita B.G., Innanen K. A., Otnes E., Shaw S. A., Liu F., Zhang H., Fan C., Pavlis G. L. (2006): An inverse scattering method for constructing the wavefield at depth and the transmission response from reflection data, Geophysics, 71, No. 4, SI125
  • Vanderklein, DW., J. Martinez-Vilalta, S. Lee and M. Mencuccini. 2006. Effects of age and leaf area on gas exchange and growth of grafted Scots pine seedlings.. Tree Physiology.
  • Vedwan, N. 2006. Culture, Climate, and the Environment: Local Knowledge and Perception of Climate Change among Apple Growers in Northwestern India. Journal of Ecological Anthropology 10(1): 4-18.
  • Vedwan, N. 2006. Pesticides in Coke and Pepsi: Toward Harnessing Middle Class Consumerism for a New Environmentalism? Anthropology News. 47(7): 45-46.
  • Vedwan, N. 2006. The Kuhls of Kangra: Community-Managed Irrigation in the Western Himalaya (Author:Mark J. Baker). Seattle: University of Washington Press. Book review. American Anthropologist. 108(4): 884-885.
  • Thomas, W. H. 2006. Appearances Can Be Deceiving. Conservation In Practice Jan-March 2006 Vol.7 No.1 p.45.
  • Sternberg, R., 2006. Damming the river: A changing perspective on altering nature, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 10, 165-197.
  • Sternberg, R., 2006. Electricity in the Student’s Mental Residence, In: Purnell, K., Lidstone, J., and Hodgson, S., (Eds.), Changes in Geographical Education: Past, Present and Future. Proceedings of the International Geographical Union Commission of Geographical Education Symposium, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 419-424.
  • Simpson, N., D. Sarkar, R. Datta, and S. Sharma (2006) Effects of Sewage Sludge Disposal on Metal Contents in the Sediments and Water of Mitchell Lake, San Antonio, TX. Bull Environ. Contamin. Toxicol., 77(1): 104 – 111.
  • Sinervo, B., A. Chaine, J. Clobert, R. Calsbeek, L. Hazard, L. Lancaster, A. McAdam, S. Alonzo, G. Corrigan, and M. Hochberg. 2006. Self-recognition, color signals, and genetic cycles of green-beard mutualism and altruism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(19): 7372-7377. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0510260103
  • Smith-Sebasto, N.J. & Cavern, L. (2006). Effects of pre- and post-trip activities associated with a residential environmental education experience at the New Jersey School of Conservation on students’ attitudes toward the environment. The Journal of Environmental Education, 37(4), 3-17. health risk assessment in organo-arsenical pesticide applied acidic and alkaline soils – Incubation study. Science of the Total Environment, 372: 39 - 48.
  • Sarkar, D., K.C. Makris, R. Datta, and Khairom, A (2006) Effect of remedial treatment on phosphorus availability in an arsenical pesticide contaminated soil. Bull Environ. Contamin. Toxicol., 77(1): 297 - 304.
  • Onwueme V. and Feng H., 2006. Risk characterization of contaminants in Passaic River sediments, New Jersey. Middle States Geographer, 39, 13-25.
  • Prezant, R.S., E.J. Chapman and A. McDougal. 2006. In utero predator-induced responses in the viviparid snail Bellamya chinensis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84(4): 600-608
  • Prezant, R.S. 2006. Can we save the urban river? Pages 206-217, In: H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki, eds., Urban Dimensions of Environmental Change: Science, Exposures, Policies and Technologies. Science Press and Science Press U.S.A.
  • Nita B.G. (2006): A comparison of the imaging conditions and principles in depth migration algorithms. International Journal of Tomography and Statistics, 4, FO6, 5.
  • Nagar, R., D. Sarkar, and R. Datta (2006) Effect of sewage sludge addition on soil quality in terms of metal concentrations. Bull Environ. Contamin. Toxicol., 76(5): 823-830.
  • McMullen, K., Domack, E., Leventer, A., Dunbar, R., Brachfeld, S., 2006. Glacial morphology and marine stratigraphy of the Mertz Trough, East Antarctica, Paleoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaecology, 231, 169-180.
  • Martin, R., Naftel, S., Macfie, S., Jones, K., Feng, H., and Trembley, C., 2006. High variability of the metal content of tree growth rings as measured by synchrotron micro x-ray fluorescence spectrometry. X-Ray Spectrometry, 35, 57-62.
  • Hou, S.F., DNA-assisted monolayer immobilization of 2D opaline arrays. Advanced Functional Materials, 2006, 16(12), 1590-1598.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Stern E. A., Neuhäusler U., Osán J., Marinkovic N., and Song Z., 2006. Properties of New York/New Jersey Harbor Sediments. Acta Physica Polonica A, 109, 279-286.
  • Kim, L., Campanella, J. and Bologna, P. 2006. Utilization of sea scallop (/Placopecten magellanicus/ Gmelin) microsatelite markers for phylogenetic applications in bay scallops (/Argopecten irradians /Lamarck). Rev. Undergrad. Res. Ag. Life Sciences. (on-line)
  • Kay, S.M., Ardolino, A.A., Gorring, M.L., and Ramos, V.A., 2006. The Somuncura large igneous province in Patagonia: Interaction of a transient mantle thermal anomaly with a subducting slab. Journal of Petrology, doi: 10.1093/petrology/egl053.
  • Kelley, D.W., Brachfeld, S., Nater, E.A., and Wright, H.E., 2006. Sensitivity of sediment sources and magnitudes in the Upper Mississippi River’s Lake Pepin to Holocene Climate Changes, Journal of Paleolimnology, 35, 193-206.
  • Israr, M., S. Sahi, R. Datta, and D. Sarkar (2006) Bioaccumulation and physiological effects of mercury in Sesbania drummondii Chemosphere, 65: 591 – 598.
  • Kight, S.L., Gaynor, J.J. & Adams, S.A. 2006. Undergraduate research communities: A powerful approach to research training. Journal of College Science Teaching. 35: 34-39.
  • Leventer, A., Domack, E., Dunbar, R., Pike, J., Stickely, C., *Maddison, E., Brachfeld, S., Manley, P., McClennen, C., 2006. Marine sediment record from the East Antarctic margin reveals dynamics of ice sheet recession, GSA Today, 16: 4-10.
  • Maddison, E., J., Pike, J., Leventer, A., Dunbar, R., Brachfeld, S., Domack, E.W., Manley, P., McClennen, C., 2006. Post-glacial seasonal diatom record of the Mertz Glacier polynya, East Antarctic, Marine Micropaleontology, 60(1), 66-88.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar, and R. Datta (2006) Aluminum-Based Drinking-Water Treatment Residuals: A Novel Sorbent for Perchlorate Removal. Environ Pollution. 140: 9-12.
  • Leventer, A., Domack, E., Dunbar, R., Pike, J., Stickely, C., *Maddison, E., Brachfeld, S., Manley, P., McClennen, C., 2006. Marine sediment record from the East Antarctic margin reveals dynamics of ice sheet recession, GSA Today, 16: 4-10.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar, R. Datta, P. Ravikovitch, and A.V. Neimark (2006) Using nitrogen and carbon dioxide molecules to probe arsenic(V) bioaccessibility in soils. Environmental Science and Technology, 40: 7732 - 7738.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar., and R. Datta (2006) Evaluating a waste by-product as a novel sorbent for arsenic. Chemosphere, 64(5): 730 – 741
  • Maddison, E., J., Pike, J., Leventer, A., Dunbar, R., Brachfeld, S., Domack, E.W., Manley, P., McClennen, C., 2006. Post-glacial seasonal diatom record of the Mertz Glacier polynya, East Antarctic, Marine Micropaleontology, 60(1), 66-88.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar, and R. Datta (2006) Aluminum-Based Drinking-Water Treatment Residuals: A Novel Sorbent for Perchlorate Removal. Environ Pollution. 140: 9-12.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar., and R. Datta (2006) Evaluating a waste by-product as a novel sorbent for arsenic. Chemosphere, 64(5): 730 – 741.
  • Makris, K.C., D. Sarkar, R. Datta, P. Ravikovitch, and A.V. Neimark (2006) Using nitrogen and carbon dioxide molecules to probe arsenic(V) bioaccessibility in soils. Environmental Science and Technology, 40: 7732 - 7738.
  • Fan C., Pavlis G. L., Weglein A. B., Nita B.G. (2006): Exploiting the free surface effect separate forward and back scattered teleseismic wavefields, Geophysics,71, No. 4, SI71.
  • Gorring, M.L., 2006. Ridge collision – the southern Patagonian Cordillera east of the Chile Triple Junction, Backbone of the Americas, Patagonia to Alaska, Geological Society of America Conference, Mendoza, Argentina, March 27-April 1, 2006. Field Trip Guidebook 401, 1-28.
  • Feng H., 2006. Benthic ammonia fluxes from organic-rich sediments in Turkey Creek-Indian River Lagoon, Florida, USA. In: Collection of Marine Chemistry Research (eds. Y.-P. Huang, M.-H. Hu, W.-Q. Li and Y.-P. Yang). pp. 181-190. China Ocean Press, Beijing, China.
  • Passchier, S., Whitehead, J.M., 2006. Anomalous geochemical provenance and weathering history of Plio-Pleistocene glaciomarine fjord strata, Bardin Bluffs Formation, East Antarctica. Sedimentology, 53, 929-942.58
  • Sarkar, D., R. Datta, S. Sharma, and K. Sand (2006) Arsenic biogeochemistry and human
  • Passchier, S., Whitehead, J.M., 2006. Anomalous geochemical provenance and weathering history of Plio-Pleistocene glaciomarine fjord strata, Bardin Bluffs Formation, East Antarctica. Sedimentology, 53, 929-942.

2005

  • Bieler, R., P. M. Mikkelsen and R. S. Prezant, 2005. Byssus-attachment by infaunal clams: Seagrass-nestling Venerupis in Esperance Bay, Western Australia (Bivalvia: Veneridae). Pages 177-197. In: F. E. Wells, D. I. Walker & G. A. Kendrick, eds., The Marine Flora and Fauna of Esperance, Western Australia. Western Australian Museum, Perth.
  • Bragin, A. B., J. Misuik, C. A. Woolcot, K. R. Barrett, R. Jusino-Atrensino. 2005. A Fishery Resource Inventory of the Lower Hackensack River within the Hackensack Meadowlands District: A Comparative Study, 2001-2003 vs. 1987-1988. New Jersey Meadowlands Commission. 200 pp.
  • Castillo, M.E. & Kight, S.L. 2005. Response of terrestrial isopods, Armadillidium by terrestrial isopods, Porcellio laevis (Isopoda: Oniscidea) from rural and urban habitats in New Jersey, USA. Entomological News. 117: 149-154.
  • H. Feng, L. Yu, and W. Solecki (ed.) Urban Dimensions of Environmental Change - Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies. 2005. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Cummings, D.A.T., I. B. Schwartz, L. Billings, L. B. Shaw, and D. S. Burke, “Dynamic Effects of Antibody Dependent Enhancement on the Fitness of Viruses,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (2005), pp. 15259-15264.
  • Feng H., *Onwueme V., and Schneider L., 2005. Classification and Environmental Quality Assessment in Aquatic Environments. In: Water Encyclopedia: Water Quality and Resource Development (eds. J. H. Lehr and J. Keeley ). pp. 94-98. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA.
  • Feng H., *Onwueme V., Jaslanek W. J., Stern E. A., and Jones K.W., 2005. Application of Geographical Information System (GIS) to Lower Passaic River Sediment Pollution Study, New Jersey, USA. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE - Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies. (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). p p. 275-282. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Feng H., Han X., Zhang W., and Yu L., 2005. Sediment Erosion and Non-Steady Sedimentation in Southern Yangtze River Intertidal Flats: Preliminary Study Results. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE——Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). pp. 17-24. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Feng H., Jones K. W., Tomov S., Stewart B., Herzog G. F., Schnabel C., and Brownlee D. E., 2005. Internal structure of type-I deep-sea spherules by x-ray computed microtomography. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 40(2), 195-206.
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2005) Genetics of metal tolerance and accumulation in higher plants. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 5, Ground Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 284-290.
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2005) Phytoextraction of Zn and Cd from soils using hyper-accumulator plants. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 5, Ground Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 369-374.
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2005) Phytoremediation of seleneum-laden soils. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 397-401. 
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2005) Consideration of soil properties in assessment of human health risk from exposure to arsenical pesticide applied soils. Integr. Environ. Assess. Mgmt. 1(1): 55-59.
  • Datta, R., D. Sarkar, A. Khairom, and C. Therapong (2005) Phytoremediation of constructed wetlands. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 3, Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 364-371.
  • Feng H., *Onwueme V., and Schneider L., 2005. Classification and Environmental Quality Assessment in Aquatic Environments. In: Water Encyclopedia: Water Quality and Resource Development (eds. J. H. Lehr and J. Keeley ). pp. 94-98. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA.
  • He X., Feng H., and Feng Z., 2005. 3D imaging of soil microstructure using synchrotron x-ray computed microtomography. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 42(2), 328-330.
  • Hou, S.F., Template-Synthesized Protein Nanotubes. Nano Letters, 2005, 5(2), 231-234.
  • Johnston, T., R. Datta, and D. Sarkar (2005) Phytoextraction and phytostabilization: Technical, economic and regulatory considerations of the soil-lead issue. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 5, Ground Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 365-369.
  • Jones K. W, Feng H., Lanzirotti A., and Mahajan D. 2005. Mapping metal catalysts using synchrotron computed microtomography (CMT) and micro-X-ray fluorescence (XRF), Topics in Catalysis, 32(3-4), 263-272.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Lanzirotti A., and Mahajan D. 2005. Synchrotron X-ray microprobe and computed microtomography for characterization of nanocatalysts. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms. 241, 331-334.
  • Jones K. W., van der Lelie D., McGuigan M., Tomov S., Sedlacek III A. J., Feng H., Stern E. A., and Douglas W. S., 2005. Coping with Contaminated Sediments and Soils in the Urban Environment. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE——Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). pp. 283-294. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Kight, S.L., Eadie, C., Lynch, D., Coelho, J. & DeWera, A. 2005. Classical conditioningof red-backed salamanders, Plethodon cinereus. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society. 41:68-84.
  • Zigras, J.S., and Gorring, M.L., (2005). Recent finds at the famous Prospect Park Quarry, Prospect Park, Passaic County, New Jersey. Rocks and Minerals, 80; 234-241.
  • R.T. Wilkens, D.W. Vanderklein, R.W. Lemke II and A. Cartier. 2005. Plant architecture and leaf damage in bear oak II: Insect usage patterns. Northeastern Naturalist 12: 153-168.
  • Rijsdijk, K.F., Passchier, S., Weerts, H.J.T, Laban, C., Van Leeuwen, R.J., and Ebbing, J.H., 2005. Revised Upper Cenozoic stratigraphy of the Dutch sector of the North Sea basin: towards an integrated lithostratigraphic, seismostratigraphic, and allostratigraphic approach. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 84(2), 129-146.
  • Weis, P., Barrett, K. R., T. Proctor, and R. Bopp. 2005. Studies of a contaminated brackish marsh in the Hackensack Meadowlands of northeastern New Jersey: An assessment of natural recovery. Marine Pollution Bulletin. v50, p 1405–1415.
  • Vedwan, N., K. Broad, D. Letson, K.T. Ingram, G. Podestá, N.E. Breuer, J.W. Jones, and J.J. O’Brien. 2005. Assessment of Climate Information Dissemination Efforts by the Florida Climate Consortium. Southeast Climate Consortium Technical Report Series: SECC-05-01. Gainesville, FL. Available online at: http://secc.coaps.fsu.edu/pdfpubs/SECC05-001.pdf
  • Tung, W-w., Y. Qi, J.B. Gao, Y. Cao, L. Billings, “Direct characterization of chaotic and stochastic dynamics in a population model with strong periodicity,” Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 24 (2005), pp. 645–652.
  • Stickley, C.E., Pike, J., Leventer, A., Dunbar, R., Domack, E.W., Brachfeld, S., Manley, P., McClennen, C., 2005. Deglacial ocean and climate sensitivity in laminated diatom sediments, Mac.Robertson Shelf, Antarctica, Paleoceanography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaecology, 227, 290-310.
  • Taylor, R.W., 2005. Beneficial Urban Sustainability and Asia: The Metro Manila, Philippines Experience, in Urban Dimensions of Environmental Change –Science, Exposures, Policies, and Technologies, ed. Huan Feng, Lizhong Yu & William Solecki, (Science Press: USA.)
  • Taylor, R.W., 2005. Environmental Management Regimes for Emerging Asian Markets: What Works and What Doesn't, in Charkraborty, C., Jayachandran, C., Misra, r., (eds.), Management Challenges in Times of Global Change and Uncertainty, Seoul, South Korea Vol. 3, pp. 1948-1958.
  • Sternberg, R., 2005. Environment, energy, and population shifts: The view from Asia and South America, Revista Geográfica, 137, 123-156.
  • Smith-Sebasto, N.J. & Walker, L.M. (2005). Toward a grounded theory for residential environmental education: A case study of the New Jersey School of Conservation. The Journal of Environmental Education, 37(1), 27-42.
  • Solecki, W.D., Rosenzweig, C., Parshall, L., Pope, G., Clark, M., Cox, J., and Weincke, M., 2005. Mitigation of the heat island effect in urban New Jersey. Global Environmental Change B: Environmental Hazards, 6(1), 39-49.
  • Sarkar, D., M.C. Ferguson, R. Datta, and S. Birnbaum. (2005) Bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in contaminated soils: Comparison of biosolids addition, carbon supplementation, and monitored natural attenuation. Environ. Pollution. 136: 187-195.
  • Sarkar, D., R. Datta, and S. Sharma. (2005) Fate and bioavailability of arsenic in organo-arsenical pesticide applied soils. Part-I. Incubation Study. Chemosphere, 60: 188-195.
  • Schwartz, I.B., L. B. Shaw, D.A.T. Cummings, L. Billings, M. McCrary, and D. Burke, “Chaotic desynchronization of multi-strain diseases,” Physical Review E 72, 066201 (2005).
  • Sarkar, D. and R. Datta (2005) Arsenic concentrations and bioavailability in soils as a function of soil properties: A Florida case study. In M.N.V. Prasad, R. Naidu, and K. Sajwan (ed.) Trace Elements in the Environment. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp.77-93.
  • Sarkar, D, V. Vandanapu, and R. Datta (2005) Soil nitrogen management impact on quality of surface and subsurface water. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 3, Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 694-701.
  • Rosenzweig, C., Solecki, W.D., Parshall, L., Chopping, M., Pope, G., and Goldberg, R., 2005. Characterizing the urban heat island in current and future climates in New Jersey, Global Environ. Change B Environ. Hazards 6(1), 51-62, doi:10.1016/j.hazards.2004.12.001.
  • Sarkar, D (2005) Soil phosphorus availability and its impact on surface water quality. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 3, Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 701-706.
  • Sarkar, D, R. Datta, and A. Davani (2005) Remediation of contaminated soils. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 5, Ground Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 432-436.
  • Onwueme V., Feng H., Chopping M., Jaslanek W. J., and Stern E. A. , 2005. Heavy Metal Contaminated Sediments of Lower Passaic River, New Jersey, USA. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE——Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). pp. 34-43. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Ophori, D.U. and Riberdy. R., 2005. An analysis of groundwater flow at a proposed wetland mitigation site, Central New Jersey. Northeastern Geology & Environmental Sciences, 27(2), 123-135
  • Passchier, S., Kleinhans, M.G., 2005. Observations of sand waves, megaripples and hummocks in the Dutch coastal area and their relation to currents and combined flow conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, F04S15
  • Piccolo, Carmen and Lora Billings, “The Effect of Vaccinations in an Immigrant Model,” Mathematical and Computer Modelling 42 (2005), pp. 291-299.
  • Passchier, S., Rijsdijk, K.F., Laban, C., 2005 (eds.). Upper Cenozoic stratigraphy of the southern North Sea and Baltic basins. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 84(2), 61-162.
  • Puffer, J.H., and Gorring, M.L., 2005. The Edison magnetite deposits in the context of pre-, syn-, and post-orogenic metallogenesis in the Grenville Highlands of New Jersey. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42-10, 1735-1748.
  • Quazi, S., D. Sarkar, and R. Datta (2005) Lead: Health effects. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 2, Water Quality and Resource Development. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 432-440.
  • Nita B.G., MacAllevey P., Downes P. T. (2005): Pure gravitational radiation with twisting rays in the linear approximation. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 46, 12501.
  • Mencuccini, M., J. Martinez-Vilalta, D. Vanderklein, H.A. Hamid, E. Korakaki, S. Lee, B. Michiels. 2005. Size-mediated ageing reduces vigour in tall trees. Ecology Letters 8 (11): 1183-1190.
  • Manz, L.R., D. Sarkar, and W.W. Hammond (2005) Water resources and water quality in the Rio Grande valley of Texas: Current status and future projections. Environmental Geosciences, 12: 193-206.
  • Hou, S.F., Template-Synthesized DNA Nanotubes. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127(24), 8586-8587.
  • Hou, S.F., Template-Synthesized Protein Nanotubes. Nano Letters, 2005, 5(2), 231-234.
  • Houghtaling, K. & Kight, S.L. 2006. Turn alternation in response to substrate vibration by terrestrial isopods, Porcellio laevis (Isopoda: Oniscidea) from rural and urban habitats in New Jersey, USA. Entomological News. 117: 149-154.
  • He X., Feng H., and Feng Z., 2005. 3D imaging of soil microstructure using synchrotron x-ray computed microtomography. Acta Pedologica Sinica, 42(2), 328-330.
  • Jones K. W, Feng H., Lanzirotti A., and Mahajan D. 2005. Mapping metal catalysts using synchrotron computed microtomography (CMT) and micro-X-ray fluorescence (XRF), Topics in Catalysis, 32(3-4), 263-272.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Lanzirotti A., and Mahajan D. 2005. Synchrotron X-ray microprobe and computed microtomography for characterization of nanocatalysts. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms. 241, 331-334
  • Johnston, T., R. Datta, and D. Sarkar (2005) Phytoextraction and phytostabilization: Technical, economic and regulatory considerations of the soil-lead issue. In J. Lehr (ed) Encyclopedia of Water. Vol. 5, Ground Water. John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY, pp. 365-369.
  • Jones K. W., van der Lelie D., McGuigan M., Tomov S., Sedlacek III A. J., Feng H., Stern E. A., and Douglas W. S., 2005. Coping with Contaminated Sediments and Soils in the Urban Environment. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE——Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). pp. 283-294. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Feng H., Han X., Zhang W., and Yu L., 2005. Sediment Erosion and Non-Steady Sedimentation in Southern Yangtze River Intertidal Flats: Preliminary Study Results. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE——Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). pp. 17-24. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.
  • Feng H., *Onwueme V., Jaslanek W. J., Stern E. A., and Jones K.W., 2005. Application of Geographical Information System (GIS) to Lower Passaic River Sediment Pollution Study, New Jersey, USA. In: URBAN DIMENSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE - Science, Exposure, Policies, And Technologies. (eds. H. Feng, L. Yu and W. Solecki). p p. 275-282. Science Press USA Inc., Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA.

2004

  • Beyer, P.J., Pope, G.A., and Applegarth, M.T., 2004. Digging with the Devil: Physical Geography and Resource Use in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. In: P.H. Dougherty (Ed.) Geography of the Philadelphia Region: Cradle of Democracy, pp. 17-24. Washington, DC: Association of American Geographers.
  • Brachfeld, S., Kissel, C., Laj, C., and Mazaud, A., 2004. Viscous behavior of U-channels during acquisition and demagnetization of remanences: Implications for paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic investigations, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 145, 1-8.
  • Brown, L.L., Singer, B.S., and Gorring, M.L., 2004. Paleomagnetism and 40Ar/39Ar chronology of lavas from the Meseta del Lago Buenos Aires, Patagonia. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 5, Q01H04, doi:10.1029/2003GC000526.
  • Domack, E., Amblàs, D., Gilbert, R., Brachfeld, S., Camerlenghi, A., Rebessco, M., Canals, M., Urgeles, R., Passchier, S., Whitehead, J.M., 2006. Anomalous geochemical provenance and weathering history of Plio-Pleistocene glaciomarine fjord strata, Bardin Bluffs Formation, East Antarctica. Sedimentology, 53, 929-942.
  • . Subglacial morphology and glacial evolution of the Palmer Deep outlet system, Antarctic Peninsula, Geomorphology, 75, 125-142.
  • Feng H., Han X., Zhang W., and Yu L., 2004. A Preliminary Study of Heavy Metal Contamination in Yangtze River Intertidal Zone Due to Urbanization. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 49, 910–915.
  • Chopping, M.J., Su, L., Rango, A., and Maxwell, C., 2004. Modelling the reflectance anisotropy of Chihuahuan Desert grass-shrub transition canopy-soil complexes, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25(14), 2725–2745.
  • Chopping, M., Laliberte, A., and Rango, A., 2004. Exploitation of multi-angle data from CHRIS on Proba: First results from the Jornada Experimental Range, European Space Research Institute (ESRIN), Frascati, Italy, ESA Special Publication SP-578.
  • Feng, Z.D., Wang, H.B., Olson, C., Pope, G.A., Chen, F.H., Zhang, J.W., and An, C.B., 2004. Chronological discord between the last interglacial paleosol (S1) and its parent material in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Quaternary International, 117, 17-26.
  • Chouparova E., Lanzirotti A., Feng H., Jones K., Marinkovich N. S., Whitson C., and Philp P., 2004. Characterization of petroleum deposits by synchrotron radiation based microanalyses. Energy & Fuels, 18, 1199-1212.
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2004) Arsenic geochemistry in three soils contaminated with sodium arsenite pesticide: An incubation study. Environ. Geosci. 11(2): 85-95.
  • Datta, R. and D. Sarkar (2004) Effective integration of soil chemistry and plant molecular biology in phytoremediation of metals: An overview. Environ. Geosci. 11(2): 53-63.
  • Gorring, M.L., Estelle, T., and Volkert, R., 2004. Geochemistry of late Mesoproterozoic Mount Eve Granite: Implications for late- to post-Ottawan tectonics in the New Jersey/Hudson Highlands, in Tollo, R.P., Corriveau, L., McLelland, J.M., and Bartholomew, M.J., eds., Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Memoir No. 197: 505-523.
  • Haywood, A.M., Ashworth, A.C., Cantrill, D.J., Florindo, F., Hambrey, M.J., Hill, D., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Hunter, S.J., Larter, R.D., Lear, C.H., Passchier, S., Smellie, J.L., van de Wal, R., (accepted). Chapter 9. Middle Miocene to Pliocene History. In: Siegert, M., Dunbar, R., Florindo, F. (eds), Antarctic Climate Evolution/Antarctic History, Elsevier B.V.
  • Hazard, L.C. 2004. Sodium and potassium secretion by iguana salt glands: Acclimation or adaptation? Pp. 84-93. In: Iguanas: Biology and Conservation. A. Alberts, R.L. Carter, W.B. Hayes, and E. Martins, editors. University of California Press.
  • Hazard, L.C. and D.J. Morafka. 2004. Characteristics of burrows used by neonate and juvenile desert tortoises during hibernation. Journal of Herpetology 38(3): 443-447.
  • Hou, S.F., Layer-by-Layer template synthesis nanotube. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2004, 126, 5674
  • Hou, S.F., Template-Synthesized DNA Nanotubes. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127(24), 8586-8587.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Tomov S., Winters W. J., Servio P., and Mahajan D. 2004. Morphology of methane hydrate host sediments. Prepr. Pap.-Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Pet. Chem, 49 (3&4).
  • Kay, S.M., Gorring, M.L., and Ramos, V.A., 2004. Magmatic sources, setting, and causes of Eocene to Recent Patagonian magmatism (36S to 52S latitude). Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina, 59-4, 556-568.
  • Kight, S.L. & Nevo, M. 2004. Female terrestrial isopods, Porcellio laevis Latreille (Isopoda: Oniscidea) reduce brooding duration and fecundity in response to physical stress. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 77:285-287.
  •  Lucente, J., & Castillo, M. In Press. Evidence of population-level lateralized behaviour in giant waterbugs, Belostoma flumineum Say (Heteroptera: Belostomatidae): T-maze turning is left biased. Behavioural Processes. In press.
  • Feng, Z.D., Wang, H.B., Olson, C., Pope, G.A., Chen, F.H., Zhang, J.W., and An, C.B., 2004. Chronological discord between the last interglacial paleosol (S1) and its parent material in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Quaternary International, 117, 17-26.
  • Gorring, M.L., Estelle, T., and Volkert, R., 2004. Geochemistry of late Mesoproterozoic Mount Eve Granite: Implications for late- to post-Ottawan tectonics in the New Jersey/Hudson Highlands, in Tollo, R.P., Corriveau, L., McLelland, J.M., and Bartholomew, M.J., eds., Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Memoir No. 197: 505-523.
  • Feng H., Han X., Zhang W., and Yu L., 2004. A Preliminary Study of Heavy Metal Contamination in Yangtze River Intertidal Zone Due to Urbanization. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 49, 910–915.
  • Mahajan D., Servio P., Jones K. W., Feng H., and Winters W. J., 2004. Methane Hydrate Studies: Delineating Properties of Host Sediments to Establish Reproducible Decomposition Kinetics. In Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates, (eds. C. E. Taylor and J. T. Kwan). pp. 239-250. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publisher.
  • Mahajan D., Servio P., Jones K. W., Feng H., and Winters W. J., 2004. Methane Hydrate Studies: Delineating Properties of Host Sediments to Establish Reproducible Decomposition Kinetics. In Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates, (eds. C. E. Taylor and J. T. Kwan). pp. 239-250. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publisher.
  • Kight, S.L. & Nevo, M. 2004. Female terrestrial isopods, Porcellio laevis Latreille (Isopoda: Oniscidea) reduce brooding duration and fecundity in response to physical stress. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 77:285-287.
  • Kay, S.M., Gorring, M.L., and Ramos, V.A., 2004. Magmatic sources, setting, and causes of Eocene to Recent Patagonian magmatism (36S to 52S latitude). Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina, 59-4, 556-568.
  • Jones K. W., Feng H., Tomov S., Winters W. J., Servio P., and Mahajan D. 2004. Morphology of methane hydrate host sediments. Prepr. Pap.-Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Pet. Chem, 49 (3&4).
  • Hou, S.F., Layer-by-Layer template synthesis nanotube. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2004, 126, 5674
  • Hazard, L.C. 2004. Sodium and potassium secretion by iguana salt glands: Acclimation or adaptation? Pp. 84-93. In: Iguanas: Biology and Conservation. A. Alberts, R.L. Carter, W.B. Hayes, and E. Martins, editors. University of California Press.
  • Hazard, L.C. and D.J. Morafka. 2004. Characteristics of burrows used by neonate and juvenile desert tortoises during hibernation. Journal of Herpetology 38(3): 443-447
  • Yu, D. Wu, Changshan, 2004. Understanding population segregation from Landsat ETM+ imagery: a geographically weighted regression approach. GIScience and Remote Sensing, 41(3): 187-206.
  • Vanderklein, D.W., R.T. Wilkens, R.W. Lemke II and A. Cartier. 2004. Plant architecture and leaf damage in bear oak I: physiological responses. Northeastern Naturalist 11 (3): 343-356.
  • Solecki, W.D., Rosenzweig, C., Pope, G., Parshall, L., Wiencke, M., 2004. Current and future urban heat island effect and potential mitigation strategies in the greater Newark, New Jersey region. Urban Heat Island Summit: Mitigation of and Adaptation to Extreme Summer Heat, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 1-3, 2002. Toronto: The Clean Air Partnership, available at http://www.cleanairpartnership.org/uhis_summit_finalpapers.htm.
  • Smith-Sebasto, N.J. & Semrau, H.J. (2004). Evaluation of the environmental education program at the New Jersey School of Conservation. The Journal of Environmental Education, 35(1), 1-12.
  • Sarkar, D., M. Parra-Noonan, and R. Datta. (2004) Distribution of arsenic in chemically variant dipping vat site soils. Bull Environ. Contamin. Toxicol. 73: 838-845.
  • Schwartz, I.B., D. S. Morgan, L. Billings, and Y.-C. Lai, "Multi-scale continuum mechanics: From global bifurcations to noise induced high dimensional chaos," CHAOS 14:2 (2004), pp. 373-386.
  • Schwartz, B., L. Billings, and E. M. Bollt, "Dynamical Epidemic Suppression Using Stochastic Prediction and Control," Physical Review E 70, 046220 (2004).
  • Sarkar Rodriquez, E., McGuinness, K.A., and Ophori, D.U., 2004. A field evaluation of enhanced reductive dechlorination of chlorinated solvents in groundwater, New York Metropolitan Area. DOI 10.1007/s00254-003-0920-0 Environmental Geology, 45, 623-632.
  • Sarkar, D. and G.A. O’Connor. (2004) Bioavailability of phosphorus in biosolids-amended soils. Phase-I: Greenhouse Study. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 35 (11-12): 1569-1589.
  • Sarkar, D. and R. Datta (2004) Health Risk from Soil Arsenic: Does one size fit all. Arch.
  • Environ. Health, 59(7): 337-341.
  • Ophori, D.U., 2004. A simulation of large-scale groundwater flow and travel time in a fractured rock environment for waste disposal purposes. Hydrological Processes, 18, 1579-1593.
  • Meucci, R., D. Cinotti, E. Allaria, I. Triandaf, L. Billings, D. Morgan, and I.B. Schwartz, “Global manifold control in a driven laser: sustaining chaos and regular dynamics” Physica D, 189:1-2 (2004), pp. 70-80.
  • Nita B. G., Matson K. H., Weglein A. B. (2004): Forward Scattering Series and Seismic Events: far field approximations, critical and post-critical events, SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 64, No. 6, 2167.
  • Nita B.G. and Weglein A.B. (2004): Imaging with tau=0 versus t=0: implications for the inverse scattering internal multiple attenuation algorithm (2004), Society of Exploration Geophysicists Expanded Abstracts, Denver 2004 International Exposition and 74th Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • O’Connor, G.A., D. Sarkar, S.R. Brinton, H. Elliott, and F.G. Martin (2004) Phytoavailability of biosolids-phosphorus. J. Environ. Qual. 33(2): 703-712.
  • O'Brien, P.E., Cooper, A.K., Florindo, F., Handwerger, D., Lavelle, M., Passchier, S., Pospichal, J.J., Quilty, P.G., Richter, C., Theissen, K.M., and Whitehead, J.M., 2004. Prydz Channel Fan and the History of Extreme Ice Advances in Prydz Bay. In Cooper, A.K., O'Brien, P.E., and Richter, C. (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 188 [Online]. Available from World Wide Web: <http://www-odp.tamu.edu/publications/188_SR/016/016.htm>. of red-backed salamanders, Plethodon cinereus. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society. 41:68-84.
    Oniscidea) reduce brooding duration and fecundity in response to physical stress. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 77:285-287.
  • Prezant, R.S. and E. J. Chapman. 2004. Molluscs of the U.S. Military Academy Drainages (West Point, New York) and comparative regional biodiversity of gastropods. Northeast Naturalist. 11: 273 – 294.
  • Pope, G.A., and Miranda, V.C., 2004. Weathering of megaliths – evidence for rapid adjustment to new environmental conditions. In: B.J. Smith and A.V. Turkington (eds.), Stone Decay: Its Causes and Controls. Proceedings, Weathering 2000, Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 26-30. Shaftesbury, United Kingdom: Donhead Publishing Ltd., pp. 199-223.
  • Passchier, S., 2004. Variability in geochemical provenance and weathering history of Sirius Group strata, Transantarctic Mountains: implications for Antarctic glacial history. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 74(5), 607-619.
  • Passchier, S., 2004. Variability in geochemical provenance and weathering history of Sirius Group strata, Transantarctic Mountains: implications for Antarctic glacial history. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 74(5), 607-619.
  • Vedwan, N., K. Broad. 2004. Niño in History: Storming through the Ages. (Author: Cesar N. Caviedes. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2001. Book review. American Anthropologist 396-397.

2003 and Prior

  • Kight, S.L. & Hashemi, A.2003. Diminished food resources are associated with delayed reproduction or increased post-reproductive mortality in brood-bearing terrestrial isopods, /Armadillidiumvulgare/ Latreille. /Entomological News/.114: 61-68.
  • Kight, S.L., Martinez, M. &Merkulov, A. 2001. Body size and survivorship in overwintering populations of /Porcellio laevis/ (Isopoda:Oniscidea). /Entomological News/. 112: 112-118.
  • Kight, S.L., Batino, M. and Zhang,Z. 2000. Temperature-dependent parental investment in giant waterbugs, /Belostoma flumineum/ Say(Heteroptera: Belostomatidae). /Annals of the Entomological /S/ociety of America/. 93:340-342.
  • Kight, S.L. 2000. Altered photocyclic regimes influence the duration of maternal care in a burrowerbug (Heteroptera: Cydnidae). /Entomological News/. 111:67-73.
  • Kight, S.L. and Cseke, J.J.1999. The effects of ambienttemperature on the duration of maternal care in a burrower bug (Heteroptera: Cydnidae). /Journal of the KansasEntomological Society. /71:183-187.
  • Kight, S.L. 1998. Precocene II modifies maternal responsiveness in the burrower bug, /Sehirus cinctus/(Heteroptera). /Physiological Entomology/. 23:38-42.
  • Kight, S.L. 1997. Factors influencing maternal behavior in a burrower bug, /Sehirus cinctus/,(Hemiptera:Cydnidae). /Animal Behaviour/. 53:105-112
  • Krall, B.S., Zilkowski, B.W., Kight, S.L., Bartelt, R.J. & Whitman, D.W. 1997. Chemistry and defensive efficacy of the secretion of the burrower bug (/Sehirus cinctus cinctus)/. /Journal of Chemical Ecology/. 23:1951-1962.
  • Kight, S.L. 1996. Post-conflict behavior in Japanese macaques at the Indianapolis zoo: Age of opponents influences reconciliation. /Proceedings of the Indiana Academy ofScience/. 105:269-276.
  • Kight, S.L., Rozema Jenkins, J.& Ng, B. 1996. Differential contact behavior by female whirligig beetles, /Dineutus assimilis/ Kirby(Coleoptera: Gyrinidae). /Journal of the KansasEntomological Society. /69:360-362.
  • Kight, S.L. 1996. Concaveation and maintenance of maternal behavior in a burrower bug (/Sehirus cinctus/): A comparativeperspective. /Journal of Comparative Psychology/. 110:69-76
  • Kight, S.L., Sprague, J., Kruse,K.C. & Johnson, L. 1995. Are egg-bearing male water bugs, /Belostoma flumineum/Say (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae), impaired swimmers? /Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society/ 68:468-470.
  • Kight, S.L. 1995. Do maternal burrower bugs, /Sehirus cinctus/ Palisot (Heteroptera: Cydnidae), use spatial and chemical cues for egg-discrimination? /Canadian Journal ofZoology/ 73:815-817.
  • Kight, S.L. & K.C. Kruse. 1992. Factors affecting the allocation of paternal care in waterbugs (/Belostoma flumineum/ Say). /BehavioralEcology and Sociobiology/ 30:409-414.
  • Feng H., Jones K. W., Tomov S., Stewart B., Herzog G. F., Schnabel C., and Brownlee D. E., 2005. Internal structure of type-I deep-sea spherules by x-ray computed microtomography. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 40(2), 195-206.
  • Krall, B.S., Zilkowski, B.W., Kight, S.L., Bartelt, R.J. & Whitman, D.W. 1997. Chemistry and defensive efficacy of the secretion of the burrower bug (/Sehirus cinctus cinctus)/. /Journal of Chemical Ecology/. 23:1951-1962.
  • Kight, S.L., Eadie, C., Lynch, D., Coelho, J. & DeWera, A. 2005. Classical conditioningof red-backed salamanders, Plethodon cinereus. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society. 41:68-84.
  • Kight, S.L., Steelman, L., Coffey, G., Lucente, J., & Castillo, M. In Press. Evidence of population-level lateralized behaviour in giant waterbugs, Belostoma flumineum Say (Heteroptera: Belostomatidae): T-maze turning is left biased. Behavioural Processes. In press.
  • Kight, S.L. & Hashemi, A.2003. Diminished food resources are associated with delayed reproduction or increased post-reproductive mortality in brood-bearing terrestrial isopods, /Armadillidiumvulgare/ Latreille. /Entomological News/.114: 61-68.
  • Kight, S.L., Martinez, M. &Merkulov, A. 2001. Body size and survivorship in overwintering populations of /Porcellio laevis/ (Isopoda:Oniscidea). /Entomological News/. 112: 112-118.
  • Kight, S.L., Batino, M. and Zhang,Z. 2000. Temperature-dependent parental investment in giant waterbugs, /Belostoma flumineum/ Say(Heteroptera: Belostomatidae). /Annals of the Entomological /S/ociety of America/. 93:340-342.
  • Kight, S.L. 2000. Altered photocyclic regimes influence the duration of maternal care in a burrowerbug (Heteroptera: Cydnidae). /Entomological News/. 111:67-73.
  • Kight, S.L. and Cseke, J.J.1999. The effects of ambienttemperature on the duration of maternal care in a burrower bug (Heteroptera: Cydnidae). /Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. /71:183-187.
  • Kight, S.L. 1998. Precocene II modifies maternal responsiveness in the burrower bug, /Sehirus cinctus/(Heteroptera). /Physiological Entomology/. 23:38-42.
  • Kight, S.L. 1997. Factors influencing maternal behavior in a burrower bug, /Sehirus cinctus/,(Hemiptera:Cydnidae). /Animal Behaviour/. 53:105-112
  • Kight, S.L. 1996. Post-conflict behavior in Japanese macaques at the Indianapolis zoo: Age of opponents influences reconciliation. /Proceedings of the Indiana Academy ofScience/. 105:269-276.
  • Kight, S.L., Rozema Jenkins, J.& Ng, B. 1996. Differential contact behavior by female whirligig beetles, /Dineutus assimilis/ Kirby(Coleoptera: Gyrinidae). /Journal of the KansasEntomological Society. /69:360-362.
  • Kight, S.L. 1996. Concaveation and maintenance of maternal behavior in a burrower bug (/Sehirus cinctus/): A comparativeperspective. /Journal of Comparative Psychology/. 110:69-76
  • Kight, S.L., Sprague, J., Kruse,K.C. & Johnson, L. 1995. Are egg-bearing male water bugs, /Belostoma flumineum/Say (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae), impaired swimmers? /Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society/ 68:468-470.
  • Kight, S.L. 1995. Do maternal burrower bugs, /Sehirus cinctus/ Palisot (Heteroptera: Cydnidae), use spatial and chemical cues for egg-discrimination? /Canadian Journal ofZoology/ 73:815-817.
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