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Charney, ND. 2023. These Trees Tell a Story: The Art of Reading Landscapes. Yale University Press. 432 pages.
Charney, ND, JA Tunstad, G Lattig, W Reason, S Ressel. 2022. Ambystoma maculatum (Spotted Salamander). Predation. Herp Review 53(2) 274-275.
Charney, ND, G Bastille-Rousseau, CB Yackulic, S Blake, JP Gibbs. 2021. A Greener Future for the Galapagos: Finding Climate Analogs. Ecosphere 12(10).
Charney ND, Record S, Gerstner B, Merow C, Zarnetske P, Enquist BJ. 2021. A test of species distribution model transferability across environmental and geographic space for 108 western North American tree species. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9.
Charney, ND. 2020. Galapagos Tortoises in a Changing Climate. In J. Gibbs, L. Cayot, W. T. Aguilera, eds. Galapagos Giant Tortoises.
Charney ND, Kubel JE, Woodard CT, Carbajal-González BI, Avis S, Blyth JA, Eiseman CS, Castorino J, Malone JH. 2019. Survival of Polyploid hybrid salamander embryos. BMC developmental biology. 19(1):21.
Charney, ND. JE Kubel, CS Eiseman, JA Blyth, J Castorino, JH Malone. 2019. Distinguishing Egg Masses of Unisexual and Jefferson Salamanders. Herpetelogical Conservation and Biology 14(1):250-260.
Babst, F, P Bodesheim, ND Charney, AD Friend, MP Girardin, S Klesse, DJP Moore, K Seftigeni, J Björklund, O Bouriaud, A Dawson, RJ Derose, MC Ditze, AH Eckes, B Enquist, DC Frank, MD Mahecha, B Poulter, S Record, V Trouet, RH Turton, Z Zhang, MEK Evans. 2018. When tree rings go global: Challenges and opportunities for retro- and prospective insight. Quaternary Science Reviews.
Charney, N. D., F. Babst, B. Poulter, S. Record, V. M. Trouet, D. Frank, B. J. Enquist, M. E. K. Evans. 2016. Observed forest sensitivity to climate implies large changes in 21st century North American forest growth. Ecology Letters.
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Supplemental methods are available here.
Charney, N. D.. and S. Record. 2016. Combining incidence and demographic modelling approaches to evaluate metapopulation parameters for an endangered riparian plant. AOB Plants.
Record, S. and N. D. Charney. 2016. Modeling species ranges. Chance 29:2, 31-37.
Jones, M. T., L. L. Willey and N. D. Charney. 2016. Box turtles (Terrapene bauri) on anthropogenic shell work islands in the Ten Thousand Islands mangrove estuary, Florida, USA. Journal of Herpetology.
Smith, D., C. Eiseman, N. Charney, and S. Record. 2015. A new nearctic Scolioneura (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) mining leaves of Vaccinium. Journal of Hymenoptera Research.
Charney, N. D., J. E. Kubel, C. S. Eiseman. 2015. Temporally adaptive sampling: a case study in rare species survey design with marbled salamanders (Ambystoma opacum). PLOS One.
Charney, N. D., J. J. Castorino, M. J. Dobro, and S. L. Steely. 2014. Embryo development inside female salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum-laterale) prior to egg laying. PLOS One.
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Charney, N. D. and S. Record. 2013. Performing a population viability analysis from data students collect on a local plant. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology 9.
Charney, N. D., A. T. Ireland, and B. R. Bettencourt. 2013. Mapping genotype distributions in unisexual Ambystoma complex. Journal of Herpetology 48(2): 210-219.
Record, S., N. D. Charney, R. M. Zakaria, and A. M. Ellison. 2013. Projecting global mangrove species and community distributions under climate change. Ecosphere 4(3): art34.
Charney, N. D. and M. T. Jones. 2013. Alpine Fauna. In M. T. Jones and L. L. Willey, eds. Eastern Alpine Guide: Ecology, Conservation, and Recreation Above Treeline in Eastern North America. Burlington, VT: Huntington Graphics.
Charney, N. D. 2012. Evaluating expert opinion and spatial scale in an amphibian model. Ecological Modeling 242: 37-45.
Charney, N. D. 2012. Relating hybrid advantage and genome replacement in unisexual salamanders. Evolution 66(5): 1387-1397.
Jones, M. T., L. L. Willey, N. D. Charney. 2011. Gopherus Polyphemus distribution note. Herpetological Review 42(3):388.
Charney, N. D. 2011. Movin’ & Groovin’ Salamanders: Conservation Implications of Large Scales and Quirky Sex. PhD Dissertation. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA.
C. S. Eiseman and N. D. Charney. 2010. Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books. 582 pages.
* Winner of National Outdoor Book Award.
* American Library Association Outstanding Academic Title.
Charney, N. D., B. H. Letcher, A. Haro, P. S. Warren. 2009. Terrestrial Passive Integrated Transponder Antennae for Tracking Small Animal Movements. Journal of Wildlife Management, 73:7, 1245-1250.
NOTE: More technical specifications can be found here: here, and in appendices A and B of my dissertation.
J. Ahern, L. Jennings, B. Fenstermacher, P. Warren, N. Charney, S. Jackson, J. Mullin, Z. Kotval, S. Brena, S. Civjan, E. Carr. 2009. Issues and Methods for Transdisciplinary Planning of Combined Wildlife and Pedestrian Highway Crossings . Transportation Research Record (Journal of the Transportation Research Board).
Rogers, L., D. Stimson, K. Holden, D. Kay, D. Kaye, R. McAdow, B. Metcalfe, B. Windmiller, N. Charney. 2009. Rogers etal 2009 ICOET – Wildlife Tunnels Under a Busy Suburban Boston Roadway. In Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, edited by Paul J. Wagner, Debra Nelson, and Eugene Murray, Raleigh, NC: Center for Transportation and the Environment. North Carolina State University, 2010.
P.S. Warren, S. B. Lerman, N. D. Charney. 2008. Plants of a feather: Spatial autocorrelation of gardening practices in suburban neighborhoods. Biological Conservation 141: 3.
Heidenreich, B. J., O. T. Elliott, N. D. Charney, K. A. Virgien, A. W. Bridges, M. A. McKeon, S. K. Peck, D. Krause, Jr., J. E. Gordon, L. R. Hunter, and S. K. Lamoreaux. 2005. Measurement of the electron electric dipole moment using GdIG. Physical Review Letters. 95: 253004.
Hunter, L. R., S. E. Maxwell, K. A. Ulmer, N. D. Charney, S. K. Peck, D. Krause, Jr., S. Ter-Avetisyan, and D. DeMille. 200/2. Detailed spectroscopy of the a(1) [3Σ+] state of PbO. Physical Review A. 65: 030501.