Michael W. Eichholz

Zoology Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 
Ecology Biology, Behavioral Sciences Psychology, Zoology Biology
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Behney AC, O'Shaughnessy R, Eichholz MW, et al. (2018) Indirect risk effects reduce feeding efficiency of ducks during spring. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 961-972
Ringelman KM, Williams CK, Devers PK, et al. (2015) A meta-analysis of American black duck winter habitat use along the Atlantic Coast Journal of Wildlife Management. 79: 1298-1307
Behney AC, O’Shaughnessy R, Eichholz MW, et al. (2014) Influence of Item Distribution Pattern and Abundance on Efficiency of Benthic Core Sampling Wetlands. 34: 1109-1121
Haffele RD, Eichholz MW, Dixon CS. (2013) Duck productivity in restored species-rich native and species-poor non-native plantings. Plos One. 8: e68603
Soulliere GJ, Loges BW, Dunton EM, et al. (2013) Monitoring waterfowl in the midwest during the non-breeding period: Challenges, priorities, and recommendations Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. 4: 395-405
Eichholz MW, Dassow JA, Stafford JD, et al. (2012) Experimental evidence that nesting ducks use mammalian urine to assess predator abundance Auk. 129: 638-644
Dassow JA, Eichholz MW, Stafford JD, et al. (2012) Increased nest defence of upland-nesting ducks in response to experimentally reduced risk of nest predation Journal of Avian Biology. 43: 61-67
Stafford JD, Eichholz MW, Phillips AC. (2012) Impacts of mute swans (Cygnus olor) on submerged aquatic vegetation in Illinois River valley backwaters Wetlands. 32: 851-857
Varner DM, Eichholz MW. (2012) Annual and seasonal survival of trumpeter swans in the upper midwest Journal of Wildlife Management. 76: 129-135
Eichholz MW, Towery BN. (2010) Potential influence of egg location on synchrony of hatching of precocial birds Condor. 112: 696-700
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