My main research interests include the effect of vegetation composition and structure on wildlife, succession, wetland ecology, habitat management, ecosystem restoration, and ecological modeling. I am currently working as the project lead for the Eastern Crew of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funded Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring project.
Wilcox, D.A. and B.M. Mudrzynski. 2011. Wetland vegetation sampling protocols under the Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring program: Experience in Lake Ontario. 2011 State of the Lakes Ecosystem Conference (SOLEC).
Mudrzynski, B.M., and C.J. Norment. 2010. Early successional habitat characteristics and fruit abundance influence stopover use of fall migrating songbirds. The Ninety-first Annual Meeting of the Wilson Ornithological Society.
Mudrzynski, B.M. 2009. Using mist nets to assess fall migratory bird abundance in shrublands and early successional forests. Braddock's Bay Bird Observatory 2009 spring bander training course.
Dr. Chris Norment's four book of creative nonfiction has been published by the University of North Carolina Press. Entitled "Relicts of a Beautiful Sea: Survival, Extinction, and Conservation in a Desert World," the book interweaves memoir with an exploration of issues related to the evolution and conservation of rare and endangered species in the Death Valley region.
4 pm, Lennon 140
Invasive Species in New York: The Problem and Approach to a Solution
Coordinator, Invasive Species Programs
New York Sea Grant
Monday-Friday, 8am - 4pm
Secretary: Deb Dilker