Publications

Great Hollow Contribution Number:

  1. Seewagen, C.L., D.A. Cristol, and A. Gerson. 2016. Mobilization of mercury from lean tissues during simulated migratory fasting in a model songbird.  Scientific Reports 6:25762.  (Full text)
  2. Seewagen, C.L. and M. Newhouse. 2017. Passage dates, energetic condition, and age distribution of irruptive Pine Siskins at a reclaimed landfill in the New Jersey Meadowlands. Northeastern Naturalist 24(2):201-208. (Full text)
  3. Seewagen, C.L. and M. Newhouse. 2018. Mass changes and energetic condition of grassland and shrubland songbirds during autumn stopovers at a reclaimed landfill in the New Jersey Meadowlands. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(2):377-384. (Full text)
  4. Seewagen, C.L. 2018. The threat of global mercury pollution to bird migration: potential mechanisms and current evidence. Ecotoxicology, in press. (Full text)
  5. Seewagen, C.L. 2018. Chapter 3: Aquatic Resources. Pp. 13-18 in: Natural Resource Inventory Report and Recommendations for Sherman, Connecticut 2018. Sherman Conservation Commission, Town of Sherman, Connecticut. (Full text)
  6. Seewagen, C.L. 2018. Chapter 6: Wildlife and Critical Habitats. Pp. 29-32 in: Natural Resource Inventory Report and Recommendations for Sherman, Connecticut 2018. Sherman Conservation Commission, Town of Sherman, Connecticut. (Full text)

Great Hollow Research in the News

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“Mercury pollution threatens to impair the ability of birds to migrate”