Jonathan Storm’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 18, 2011 at 8:03 am

Storm, J.J., and Boyles, J.G. “Body temperature and body mass of hibernating little brown bats Myotis lucifugus in hibernacula affected by white-nose syndrome,” Acta Theriologica, 56, 123-127, 2011.

Schuler, M.S., Cooper, B.S., Storm, J.J., Sears, M.W., and Angilletta, M.J. “Isopods failed to acclimate their thermal sensitivity of locomotor performance during predictable or stochastic cooling,” PLoS One, 6, e20905, 2011.

Niehaus, A.C., Wilson, R.S., Storm, J.J., and Angilletta, M.J. “Fall field crickets did not acclimate to simulated seasonal changes in temperature,” Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 182, 199-207, 2011.

Johnson, J.Z., Lever, R., and Storm, J. J. “Small Mammal Community Structure in Urban Greenways,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 4, 19-22, 2011.

Sartor, R., and Storm, J. J. “Southern Field Crickets (Gryllus rubens) Respond to the Chemical Cues of Wolf Spiders,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 4, 48-50, 2011.

Storm, J. J., and Sartor, R. “Predator-naïve southeastern field crickets respond to the chemical cues of wolf spiders,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Bloomington, IN, 2011.

Sartor, R., and Storm, J. J. “Predator-naïve southeastern field crickets respond to the chemical cues of wolf spiders,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Johnson, J.Z., Lever, R., and Storm, J. J. “Small Mammal Community Structure in Urban Greenways,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Schuler, M., B. Cooper, J.J. Storm, M. Sears, and M.J. Angilletta. 2011. Thermal acclimation of physiological performance in isopods. PLoS ONE.6 (6): 1-6

Storm, J.J. and J.G. Boyles1. 2011. Effect of white-nose syndrome on body temperature and mass loss of hibernating little brown bats (Myotislucifugus). ActaTheriologica. 56: 123-127.

Storm, J.J. and S.L. Lima. “Mothers forewarn offspring about predators: a transgenerational maternal effect in behavior,” American Naturalist, 175, 382-390, 2010.

Storm, J.J. Popular Press of for the American Naturalist Publication: Featured in The New York Times, New Scientist, Discovery Channel Canada, BBC WildlifeMagazine, sciencedaily.com, msnbc.com, discovermagazine.com and livescience.com

Storm, J.J, and J.G. Boyles. “Effect of white-nose syndrome on body temperature and mass loss of hibernating little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus),” Association of Southeastern Biologists, Asheville, North Carolina, 2010.

Hyatt, N., and Storm, J.J. “Use of Urban Greenways by Small Mammals,” In Proceedings of the Sixth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, 135-137, Hosted by Millikan & Company, Spartanburg, South Carolina, March 26, 2010. Also Presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Asheville, North Carolina, 2010.

Johnson, J.Z*, R. Lever and J.J. Storm.Small mammal community structure in urban greenways.Upstate Research Showcase, Spartanburg, SC

Sartor, R*.and J.J. Storm. Southern field crickets (Gryllusrubens) respond to the chemical cues of wolf spiders. Upstate Research Showcase, Spartanburg, SC

Sartor, R* and J.J. Storm. Southern field crickets (Gryllusrubens) respond to the chemical cues of wolf spiders. Animal Behaviour Society, Bloomington, IN

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