Peer-reviewed Publications

[7] Russo, N.J., K.M. Holbrook, T.V. Dietsch, F.A. Forzi, A.S.A. Tekam, and T.B. Smith. 2024. A maneuverable canopy net for capturing large tropical birds. Journal of Field Ornithology 95:13. link

[6] Russo, N.J., A.B. Davies, R.V. Blakey, E.M. Ordway, and T.B. Smith. 2023. Feedback loops between 3D vegetation structure and ecological functions of animals. Ecology Letters 26:1597–1613. DOI: 10.1111/ele.14272 link

[5] Valenti, V.L., E.C. Carcelen, K. Lange, N.J. Russo, and B. Chapman. 2020. Leveraging Google Earth Engine user interface for semi-automated wetland classification in the Great Lakes Basin at 10 m with optical and radar geospatial datasets. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 13: 6008-6018. link

[4] Robertson, M.W., N.J. Russo, S.J. McInnes, B. Goffinet, and J.E. Jiménez. 2020. Potential dispersal of tardigrades by birds through endozoochory: evidence from sub- Antarctic White-bellied Seedsnipe (Attagis malouinus). Polar Biology 43: 899–902. link

[3] Russo, N.J., M.W. Robertson, R. MacKenzie, B. Goffinet, and J. Jiménez. 2020. Evidence of targeted consumption of mosses by birds in sub-Antarctic South America. Austral Ecology 45: 399-403. link

[2] Russo, N.J., C.S. Elphick, N.P. Havill, and M.W. Tingley. 2019. Spring bird migration as a dispersal mechanism for the hemlock woolly adelgid. Biological Invasions 5: 1585-1599. link

[1] Russo, N.J., C.A.S.-J. Cheah, and M.W. Tingley. 2016. Experimental evidence for branch-to-bird transfer as a mechanism for avian dispersal of the hemlock woolly adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae). Environmental Entomology 45: 1107-1114. link