Italics indicate a graduate or *undergraduate* student author from the Ringelman lab.

Bakner, D.L., and K.M. Ringelman. A simple trail camera modification reveals red-bellied woodpeckers as important egg predators of box-nesting wood ducks. Food Webs 35:e00283.

Sullivan, M.C., M.D. Kaller, L.P. Laborde, K.M. Ringelman, and L.A. Reynolds. Differences in hunter harvest metrics by survey mode. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 10:92–99.

Mitchell, B.J., C.V. TerryK.M. Ringelman, K.M. Kemink, M.J. Anteau, and A.K. Janke. 2022. Wetland occupancy by duck broods in  agricultural landscapes of the United States prairie pothole region. Journal of Wildlife Management 2022:e22347.

Bakner, D.L., *Miranda, K.E.*, and K.M. Ringelman. 2022. Louisiana Black-bellied Whistling-Duck clutch characteristics in the presence of  conspecific and interspecific brood parasitism. Journal of Field Ornithology 94(4):8.

Davis, J.B., D.C. Outlaw, R.M. Kaminski, K.M. Ringelman, and P. Lavretsky. 2022. Low levels of hybridization between domestic and wild      Mallards wintering in the lower Mississippi flyway. Ornithology(139(4):ukac034.

Ringelman, K.M., M.G. Brasher, J.R. Marty, D. Butler, S. McDowell, R. Temple, and J.A. Moon. 2022. Evaluation of light-logging geolocators    to study mottled duck nesting ecology. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 13(2):1-9.

E.S. BonczekK.M. Ringelman, J. Marty, and S. Collins. 2022. Temporal variation and landcover influence survival in adult female mottled  ducks. Journal of WIldlife Management:e22247.

Stuber, E.F., O. Robinson, E. Bjerre, M. Otto, B. Millsap, G. Zimmerman, M.G. Brasher, K.M. Ringelman, A.M.V. Fournier, A. Yetter, J.E. Isola and  V. Ruiz-Gutierrez. 2022. The potential of semi-structured citizen science data as a supplement for conservation decision-making:          validating the performance of eBird against targeted avian monitoring efforts. Biological Conservation 270:109556.

Ringelman, K.M.E.S. Bonczek, J.R. Marty, A.R. Booth, and A.L. Dopkin. 2021. Survival of western Gulf Coast Mottled Ducks (Anas fulvigula) in the path of a category 4 hurricane. Ecology and Evolution 00:1-7. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8276.

Bonczek, E.S. and K.M. Ringelman. 2021. Breeding ecology of Mottled Ducks: A review. Journal of Wildlife Management 85(5):825-837. 

Bushaw, J.D., C.V. Terry, K.M. Ringelman, M.K. Johnson, K.M. Kemink, and F.C. Rohwer. 2021. Application of unmanned aerial vehicles and thermal imaging cameras to conduct duck brood surveys. Wildlife Society Bulletin DOI: 10.1002/wsb.1196. 

Ringelman, J.K., K.M. Ringelman, and J.M. Eadie. 2021. “Future Directions of Migrating and Wintering Waterfowl” in Migrating and Wintering Waterfowl, Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX, USA in press.

Bushaw, J.D., K.M. Ringelman, M.K. Johnson, T.Rohrer, and F.C. Rohwer. 2020. Applications of an unmanned aerial vehicle and thermal-imaging camera to study ducks nesting over water. Journal of Field Ornithology 91(4):409–420. 

Ringelman, K.M., B.A. Collier, L.P. Laborde, F.C. Rohwer, L.A. Reynolds, J. Messerli, M.R. McLandress, G. Oberstadt and J.M. Eadie. 2020. Successes and challenges of university first hunt programs. Journal of Wildlife Management 84(6):1032–1037. 

Skaggs, C.G., K.M. Ringelman, C.R. Loesch, M.L. Szymanski, F.C. Rohwer, and K.M. Kemink. 2020. Proximity to oil wells in North Dakota does not impact nest success of ducks but lowers nest densities. Condor 122(2):duaa012. 

Stroud, C.M., C.E. Caputo, M.A. Poirrier, and K.M. Ringelman. 2019. Diet of Lesser Scaup wintering on Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 10(2):567–574. 

Stroud, C.M., C.E. Caputo, M.A. Poirrier, L.A. Reynolds, and K.M. Ringelman. 2019. Bluebills and bayou bivalves: hurricane-driven trophic cascades affecting wintering abundance of Lesser Scaup (Aythya affinis) in Louisiana. Ecosphere 10(8):e02829. 10.1002/ecs2.2829. 

Bonczek, E.S. and K.M. Ringelman. 2019. First documented case of overwater nesting by Mottled Ducks (Anas fulvigula). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131(2):414–419. 

Bushaw, J.D., K.M. Ringelman, and F.C. Rohwer. 2019. Applications of unmanned aerial vehicles to survey mesocarnivores. Drones 3(28):1–9. DOI: 10.3390/drones3010028. 

K.M. Ringelman and C.G. Skaggs. 2019. Vegetation phenology and nest survival: diagnosing heterogeneous effects through time. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4906. 

Whittaker, J.M., K.M. Ringelman, J.R. Marty, W.M. Selman, and J.T. Linscombe. 2019. Changes in waterfowl abundance and species composition on Louisiana coastal wildlife management areas and refuges 2004–2006. Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 6:136-145. 

Ringelman, K.M., C.K. Williams, P.M. Castelli, M.L. Sieges, R.A. Longenecker, T.C. Nichols, and S.D. Earsom. 2018. Estimating waterfowl carrying capacity at local scales: a case study from Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 9(1):106–116. 

Ringelman, K.M., J. Walker, J.K. Ringelman, and S.E. Stephens. 2018. Temporal and multi-spatial environmental drivers of duck nest survival. The Auk 135(3):486–494. 

Ringelman, K.M. and C.K. Williams. 2018. The American black duck: three decades of science-based adaptive management. Case Studies in the Environment. DOI: 10.1525/cse.2017.000844. 

Parrott, D., K.M. Ringelman, and M.S. Chaussee. 2017. Anti-microbial effects of copper conductive nanoparticle film. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology 11(2):661–669. 

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. 

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. .Spatiotemporal patterns of duck nest density and predation risk: a multi-scale analysis of 18 years and more than 10 000 nests Oikos 126(3):332–338. 

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 81(5):943–950. 

*Raquel, A.J.*, K.M. Ringelman, J.T. Ackerman, and J.M. Eadie. 2015. Habitat edges have weak effects on duck nest survival at local spatial scales. Ardea 103:155–162. 

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. 

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. 

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. 

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. 

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. 

Winkler, D. W., K.M. Ringelman, P.O. Dunn, L. Whittingham, D.J.T. Hussell, R.G. Clark, R.D. Dawson, L.S. Johnson, A. Rose, S.H. Austin, W.D. Robinson, M.P. Lombardo, P.A. Thorpe, D. Shutler, R.J. Robertson, M. Stager, M. Leonard, A.G. Horn, J. Dickinson, V. Ferretti, V. Massoni, F. Bulit, J.C. Reboreda, M. Liljesthröm, M. Quiroga, E. Rakhimberdiev, and D.R. Ardia. 2014. Latitudinal variation in clutch size-lay date regressions in Tachycineta swallows: effects of food supply or demography? Ecography 37(7): 670–678. 

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. 

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. 

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

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. 

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 Comparative Decision Making, Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA.