Chad Seewagen
Chad Seewagen
Executive Director, Great Hollow Nature Preserve & Ecological Research Center
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Simple, rapid, and non-invasive measurement of fat, lean, and total water masses of live birds using quantitative magnetic resonance
CG Guglielmo, LP McGuire, AR Gerson, CL Seewagen
Journal of Ornithology 152 (1), 75, 2011
Threats of environmental mercury to birds: knowledge gaps and priorities for future research
CL Seewagen
Bird Conservation International 20 (2), 112-123, 2010
Stopover refueling rate underlies protandry and seasonal variation in migration timing of songbirds
CL Seewagen, CG Guglielmo, YE Morbey
Behavioral Ecology 24 (3), 634-642, 2013
Mass changes of migratory landbirds during stopovers in a New York City park
CL Seewagen, EJ Slayton
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120 (2), 296-303, 2008
Passerine migrant stopover duration and spatial behaviour at an urban stopover site
CL Seewagen, EJ Slayton, CG Guglielmo
Acta Oecologica 36 (5), 484-492, 2010
Plasma metabolites and mass changes of migratory landbirds indicate adequate stopover refueling in a heavily urbanized landscape
CL Seewagen, CD Sheppard, EJ Slayton, CG Guglielmo
The Condor 113 (2), 284-297, 2011
Use of TLC‐FID and GC‐MS/FID to examine the effects of migratory state, diet and captivity on preen wax composition in White‐throated Sparrows Zonotrichia albicollis
RH Thomas, ER Price, CL Seewagen, SA Mackenzie, MA Bernards, ...
Ibis 152 (4), 782-792, 2010
Effects of fat and lean body mass on migratory landbird stopover duration
CL Seewagen, CG Guglielmo
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122 (1), 82-87, 2010
An evaluation of condition indices and predictive models for noninvasive estimates of lipid mass of migrating common yellowthroats, ovenbirds, and Swainson's thrushes
CL Seewagen
Journal of Field Ornithology 79 (1), 80-86, 2008
Mobilization of mercury from lean tissues during simulated migratory fasting in a model songbird
CL Seewagen, DA Cristol, AR Gerson
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-5, 2016
Quantitative magnetic resonance analysis and a morphometric predictive model reveal lean body mass changes in migrating Nearctic–Neotropical passerines
CL Seewagen, CG Guglielmo
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 181 (3), 413-421, 2011
Blood mercury levels and the stopover refueling performance of a long-distance migratory songbird
CL Seewagen
Canadian journal of zoology 91 (1), 41-45, 2013
The threat of global mercury pollution to bird migration: potential mechanisms and current evidence
CL Seewagen
Ecotoxicology, 1-14, 2018
Bird collisions with glass: an annotated bibliography
CL Seewagen, C Sheppard
American Bird Conservancy, Washington, 2017
Mercury exposure of a wetland songbird, Agelaius phoeniceus, in the New York metropolitan area and its effect on nestling growth rate
AMTY Gillet, CL Seewagen
Environmental monitoring and assessment 186 (7), 4029-4036, 2014
Lipid content of Nearctic-Neotropical migratory passerines killed during stopovers in a New York City park
CL Seewagen
Northeastern Naturalist 15 (1), 87-96, 2008
Invasive Japanese barberry, Berberis thunbergii (Ranunculales: Berberidaceae) is associated with simplified branch-dwelling and leaf-litter arthropod communities in a New York …
RE Clark, CL Seewagen
Environmental entomology 48 (5), 1071-1078, 2019
Stopover departure behavior and flight orientation of spring-migrant Yellow-rumped Warblers (Setophaga coronata) experimentally exposed to methylmercury
CL Seewagen, Y Ma, YE Morbey, CG Guglielmo
Journal of Ornithology 160 (3), 617-624, 2019
Environmentally relevant methylmercury exposure reduces the metabolic scope of a model songbird
AR Gerson, DA Cristol, CL Seewagen
Environmental Pollution 246, 790-796, 2019
Does Exurban Housing Development Affect the Physiological Condition of Forest-Breeding Songbirds? A Case Study of Ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapillus) in the …
CL Seewagen, M Glennon, SB Smith
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88 (4), 416-424, 2015
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