Presentations, Publications, Press

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Missouri River, Yankton, SD


Publications and Reports

Newberry, G. N., D. L. Swanson, H. B. Britten and S. E. Mays.  2016-2017.  Final and preliminary reports to South Dakota Game Fish, Parks and Agriculture.  Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in agricultural landscapes: Thermal microclimates, nesting productivity and population genetic structure.  https://gfp.sd.gov/wildlife/funding/docs/small-grants-reports/newberry-swanson.pdf

Rivers, J. W., G. N. Newberry, C. J. Schwarz, and D. R. Ardia. 2016. Success despite the stress: violet-green swallows increase glucocorticoids and maintain reproductive output despite experimental increases in flight costs. Functional Ecology.  DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12719. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2435.12719/full

Newberry, G. N. 2016. Report to City of Yankton, SD, and HDR, Inc.: Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) nest monitoring at well construction site.

Newberry, G. N., D. L. Swanson and M. E. Jarchow.  2016.  Final Report to South Dakota Game Fish, Parks and Agriculture. Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape and susceptibility to land-use change

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson.  2015.  Weather and Temporal Effects on Urban Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) Activity During the Breeding Season.  Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science.  94: 366. http://www.sdaos.org/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/2015/366.pdf

Newberry, G. N. and M. E. Jarchow.  2015.  Preliminary Report to South Dakota Game Fish, Parks and Agriculture. Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape and susceptibility to land-use change.

Newberry, G. N. 2015. Report to City of Yankton, SD, and HDR, Inc.: Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) nest monitoring at well construction site.

Garlick, N., Newberry, G. N., and J. R. Rivers. 2014. An Assessment of Nestling Diet Composition in the Violet-green Swallow (Tachycineta thalassina). Northwest Science 88(1): 49-54 (2014_Garlick et al._NW Science)

Presentations

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. October 2017. Climate and stress in rooftop
Common Nighthawk chicks (Oral). South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Conference, Spearfish, South Dakota.

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. April 2017. Modeling the Future of Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) Gravel Rooftop Nesting Habitat in South Dakota (Poster). Ideafest, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson.  October 2016. Nighthawk Nesting in the Western
Corn Belt: Modelling the Effects of Land Use Change (Oral). South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Conference, Vermillion, South Dakota

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson.  August 2016. Common Nighthawk nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape and susceptibility to land-use change (Poster). North American Ornithological Conference, Washington, D.C.

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. April 2016. Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape and susceptibility to land-use change (Poster). Ideafest, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. January 2016. Nest microclimate and hatching success of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) at rooftop nest sites in an agriculturally dominant landscape (Poster). Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Conference, Portland, Oregon

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. November 2015.  Nesting success of the Common Nighthawk (Oral). South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Conference, Brookings, South Dakota

Newberry, G. N.  October 2015.  It’s a hard knock life: Rooftop Common Nighthawk nest success and habitat in an agriculturally dominant landscape (Oral).  University of Regina Biology Department seminar, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Newberry, G. N. and D. L. Swanson. April 2015. Weather and temporal effects on urban Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) activity during the breeding season (Oral). South Dakota Academy of Sciences meeting, Oacoma, South Dakota; Ideafest, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota

Newberry, G. and D. L. Swanson. May 2014. Habitat associations of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in southeastern South Dakota, northeastern Nebraska, and northwestern Iowa (Poster). Association of Field Ornithologists and Wilson Ornithological Society Joint Meeting, Newport, Rhode Island

Newberry, G. April 2014. Habitat associations of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in southeastern South Dakota, northeastern Nebraska, and northwestern Iowa (Oral). Ideafest, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota

Newberry, G. and D. L. Swanson. November 2013. Habitat associations of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in southeastern South Dakota and their potential impact on nest microclimates and nesting success (Oral). South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Conference, Pierre, South Dakota

Newberry, G. and J. R. Rivers. August 2012. Differences in diet composition of coexisting Violet-green and Tree Swallows during offspring provisioning (Poster). North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, Canada

Rivers, J. R., G. Newberry, and D. Ardia. August 2012. Divergent responses to an extreme stressor in two sympatric Tachycineta swallows (Poster). North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, Canada

Press

University of South Dakota issued a press release about my work (and redistributed via Associated Press):

http://www.usd.edu/news/2014/surveys-provide-usd-biology-grad-student-with-research-insight-into-declining-bird-species

The University of South Dakota Volante printed an article about the nighthawk project:

http://volanteonline.com/2014/12/graduate-student-examines-rarely-studied-bird-species/

I’ve been participating in a Bald Eagle nest watch near a construction site in Yankton, SD:

http://www.yankton.net/community/article_4e98d6b8-c867-11e4-bb78-c716d3f2044e.html

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