Publications

Ladin Z, D’Amico V, Delaney D, Buler J,  Walsh J, Shriver G. (Currently In Review). Extra-pair mating and population genetics of wood thrushes (Hylocichla mustelina) in
urban forests. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.

Moore E, D’Amico V, Trammell TLE. (Currently In Review). Plant community dynamics following Rosa multiflora removal depend on invasion intensity and forest site characteristics. Ecological Monographs.

Ladin Z, Eggen D, Trammell TLE, D’Amico V. (Currently In Review) Human-mediated dispersal drives the predicted spread of the spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula). Biological Invasions.

Ladin Z, D’Amico V, Delaney D, Buler J, Walsh J, Shriver G. (Currently In Review). Gene flow and extra-pair mating among discrete forests in urban landscapes alleviate loss of genetic diversity within a declining songbird. The Condor.

Mikolajewski D, D’Amico V,  Sonti N, Pinchot CC, Flower C, Roman L, Trammell TLE. (Currently In Review). Restoring the iconic Ulmus americana to urban landscapes: early tree growth responds to aboveground conditions. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening.

Trammell TLE, Pouyat RV, D’Amico V. (Addressing Reviewer Comments 2021). Heterogeneity in soil chemistry relates to urbanization while soil homogeneity relates to plant invasion in small temperate deciduous forests. Landscape Ecology.

Rosier CL, Polson SW, D’Amico V, Kan J, Trammell TLE. (2021). Urbanization pressures alter tree rhizosphere microbiomes. Nature Sci Rep. 2021;11: 1–12.

Trammell TLE, Pouyat RV, D’Amico V. (2021). Soil chemical properties in forest patches across multiple spatiotemporal scales in Mid-Atlantic U.S. metropolitan areas. Urban Ecosystems.

Ladin, Z. S., Ferrell, B., Dums, J. T., Moore, R. M., Levia, D. F., Gregory Shriver, W., D’Amico, V., Trammell, T. L. E., Setubal, J. C., & Eric Wommack, K. (2021). Assessing the efficacy of eDNA metabarcoding for measuring microbial biodiversity within forest ecosystems. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1–14.

Shriver, W. G., Ladin, Z. S., Buler, J., & D’Amico, V. (2020). Non-native shrubs and calcium availability are important for birds breeding in urban forests. Urban Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11252-020-01049-4

Trammell, T. L. E., D’Amico, V., Avolio, M. L., Mitchell, J. C., & Moore, E. (2020). Temperate deciduous forests embedded across developed landscapes: younger forests harbor invasive plants and urban forests maintain native species. The Journal of Ecology, n/a(n/a). https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13400

McDermot, C. R., Minocha, R., D’Amico, V., Long, S., & Trammell, T. L. E. (2020). Red maple (Acer rubrum L.) trees demonstrate acclimation to urban conditions in deciduous forests embedded in cities. PloS One, 15(7), e0236313.

Landsman, A. P., Ladin, Z. S., Gardner, D., Bowman, J. L., Shriver, G., D’Amico, V., and Delaney, D. A.. (2019). Local landscapes and microhabitat characteristics are important determinants of urban–suburban forest bee communities. Ecosphere 10( 10):e02908. 10.1002/ecs2.2908

Just, M. G., & Frank, S. D. (2019). Evaluation of an Easy-to-Install, Low-Cost Dendrometer Band for Citizen-Science Tree Research. Journal of Forestry, 117(4), 317–322.

Long, L. C., D’Amico, V., & Frank, S. D. (2019). Urban forest fragments buffer trees from warming and pests. The Science of the Total Environment, 658, 1523–1530.

Adalsteinsson, S. A., Buler, J. J., Bowman, J. L., D’Amico, V., Ladin, Z. S., & Shriver, W. G. (2018). Post-independence mortality of juveniles is driven by anthropogenic hazards for two passerines in an urban landscape. Journal of Avian Biology, 49(8), e01555.

Ladin, Z. S., Van Nieuland, S., Adalsteinsson, S. A., D’Amico, V., Bowman, J. L., Buler, J. J., … Shriver, W. G. (2018). Differential post-fledging habitat use of Nearctic-Neotropical migratory birds within an urbanized landscape. Movement Ecology, 6, 17.

Adalsteinsson, S. A., Shriver, W. G., Hojgaard, A., Bowman, J. L., Brisson, D., D’Amico, V., & Buler, J. J. (2018). Multiflora rose invasion amplifies prevalence of Lyme disease pathogen, but not necessarily Lyme disease risk. Parasites & Vectors, 11(1), 54.

Duren, A. M., Williams, C. K., & D’amico, V. (2017). Microhabitat Factors Associated with Occupancy of Songbirds in Suburban Forest Fragments in the Eastern United States. The American Midland Naturalist, 178(2), 189–202.

Adalsteinsson, S. A., D’Amico, V., Shriver, W. G., Brisson, D., & Buler, J. J. (2016). Scale-dependent effects of nonnative plant invasion on host-seeking tick abundance. Ecosphere , 7(3). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.1317

Dunn, E., Hough-Goldstein, J., Hanks, L. M., Millar, J. G., & D’Amico, V. (2016). Range of Attraction of Pheromone Lures and Dispersal Behavior of Cerambycid Beetles. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 109(6), 872–880.

Ladin, Z. S., D’Amico, V., Baetens, J. M., Roth, R. R., & Shriver, W. G. (2016a). Long-term dynamics in local host-parasite interactions linked to regional population trends. Ecosphere , 7(8), e01420.

Ladin, Z. S., D’Amico, V., Baetens, J. M., Roth, R. R., & Shriver, W. G. (2016b). Predicting Metapopulation Responses to Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4, 122.

Ladin, Z. S., D’Amico, V., Jaisi, D. P., & Shriver, W. G. (2015). Is brood parasitism related to host nestling diet and nutrition? The Auk, 132(3), 717–734.

Handley, K., Hough-Goldstein, J., Hanks, L. M., Millar, J. G., & D’amico, V. (2015). Species Richness and Phenology of Cerambycid Beetles in Urban Forest Fragments of Northern Delaware. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 108(3), 251–262.