Dr. Kevin Ringelman

 

Publications

2018

2017

  • Miller, M.L., K.M. Ringelman, J.M. Eadie, and J.C. Schank. 2017. Time to fly: A comparison of marginal value theorem approximations in an agent-based model of foraging waterfowl. Ecological Modelling 351:77-86. [LINK]
  • Ringelman, K.M., J.M. Eadie, J.T. Ackerman, A. Sih, D.L. Loughman, G.S. Yarris, S.L. Oldenburger, and M.R. McLandress. 2017. Patterns of avian nest density in response to predation risk: using 18 years of duck nesting data to test the win-stay, lose-shift dispersal model. Oikos 126(3):332-338. [LINK]

2016

  • Fino, S., C.K. Williams, M.C. Livolsi, K.M. Ringelman, J.M. Coluccy, P.K. Devers, and P.M. Castelli. 2016. The energetic value of mid-Atlantic forested wetlands to wintering American Black Ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management (In Press). [LINK]
  • Miller, M.L., K.M. Ringelman, J.M. Eadie, and J.C. Schank. 2016. Time to fly: A comparison of marginal value theorem approximations in an agent-based model of foraging waterfowl. Ecological Modelling 351:77-86. [pdf]

2015

  • Raquel, A. J., K. M. Ringelman, J. T. Ackerman, and J. M. Eadie. Habitat edges have weak effects on duck nest survival at local spatial scales. Ardea 103:155–162. [pdf]
  • Ringelman, K. M., C. K. Williams, P. K. Devers, J. M. Coluccy, P. M. Castelli, K. A. Anderson, J. L. Bowman, G. R. Costanzo, D. M. Cramer, M. T. DiBona, M. W. Eichholz, M. Huang, B. Lewis, D. Plattner, and T. Yerkes. 2015. A meta-analysis of American Black Duck winter habitat use along the Atlantic Coast. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(8):1298–1307. [pdf]
  • Livolsi, M. C., K. M. Ringelman, J. M. Coluccy, M. T. DiBona, and C. K. Williams. 2015. Implications of uncertainty in true metabolizable energy estimates for estimating wintering waterfowl carrying capacities. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39(4):827–833. [pdf]
  • Ringelman, K. M., C. K. Williams, and J. M. Coluccy. 2015. Assessing uncertainty in coastal marsh core sampling for waterfowl foods. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6(1):238–246. [pdf]

2014

  • Livolsi, M. C., K. M. Ringelman, and C. K. Williams. 2014. Subsampling reduces sorting effort for waterfowl foods in salt-marsh core samples. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5(2):380–386. [pdf]
  • Miller, M. L., K. M. Ringelman, J. C. Schank, and J. M. Eadie. 2014. SWAMP: An agent-based model as a conservation management tool. Simulation 90(1): 52–68. [pdf]
  • Winkler, D. W., K. M. Ringelman, et. al. 2014. Latitudinal variation in clutch size-lay date regressions in Tachycineta swallows: effects of food supply or demography? Ecography 37(7): 670–678. [pdf]
  • Ringelman, K. M. 2014. Predator foraging behavior and patterns of avian nest success: what can we learn from an agent-based model? Ecological Modelling 272:141–149. [pdf]
  • Ringelman, K. M., J. M. Eadie, and J. T. Ackerman. 2014. Adaptive nest clustering and density- dependent nest survival in dabbling ducks. Oikos 123(2):239–247. [pdf]

2013

  • Ringelman, K. M. and M. J. Stupaczuk. 2013. Dabbling ducks increase nest defense after partial clutch loss. Condor 115(2):1–8. [pdf]

2012

  • Sih, A., A. Bibian, N. DiRienzo, X. X. Meng, P-O. Montiglio and K. M. Ringelman. 2012. On the benefits of studying mechanisms underlying behavior. In P. Crowley, T. Zentall, eds., Comparative decision making. Oxford University Press.
  • Ringelman, K. M., J. M. Eadie, and J. T. Ackerman. 2012. Density-dependent nest predation in waterfowl: the relative importance of nest density versus nest dispersion. Oecologia 169(3):695–702. [pdf]