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Publications

Our publications reflect our commitment to understanding human-wildlife conflicts.
The focus is diverse, yet aligned with our expertise in wildlife management.

 


DeNicola, A. J., D. Etter, and T. Almendinger. 2008. Demographics of non-hunted white-tailed populations in suburban areas.

Human-Wildlife Conflicts.  2:102-109.

 

DeNicola, A. J., D. J. Kesler, and R. K. Swihart. 1997. Dose determination and efficacy of remotely delivered norgestomet implants

on contraception in white-tailed deer. Zoo Biology 16:31-37.

 

DeNicola, A. J., D. J. Kesler, and R. K. Swihart. 1997. Remotely delivered prostaglandin F2a implants terminate pregnancy in

white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:527-531.

 

DeNicola, A. J., and R. K. Swihart. 1997. Capture-induced stress in white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:500-503.

 

DeNicola, A. J., R. K. Swihart, and S. R. Beissinger. 1992. Testing secondary metabolites of plants as deer repellents. Transactions

of the Northeast Section of the Wildlife Society 48:120-125.

 

DeNicola, A. J., R. K. Swihart, and D. J. Kesler. 1996. The effect of remotely delivered gonadotropin formulations on reproductive

function of white-tailed deer. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy 22:847-850.

 

DeNicola, A. J., K. C. VerCauteren, P. D. Curtis and S. E. Hyngstrom. 2000. Managing White-tailed deer in Suburban Environments:

A Technical Guide. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University. 52pp.

 

DeNicola, A. J., S. J. Weber, C. A. Bridges, and J. L. Stokes. 1997. Nontraditional techniques for management of overabundant

deer populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:496-499.

 

DeNicola, A. J., and S. C. Williams. 2008. Sharpshooting suburban white-tailed deer reduces deer-vehicle collisions. Human-

Wildlife Conflicts 2:28-33.

 

Gionfriddo, J. P., A. J. DeNicola, L. A. Miller, and K. A. Fagerstone. 2011. Efficacy of GnRH immunocontraception of wild white-­‐

tailed deer in New Jersey. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 35:142-­‐148.

 

Gionfriddo, J. P., A. J. DeNicola, L. A. Miller, and K. A. Fagerstone. 2011. Health effects of GnRH immunocontraception of wild

white-­tailed deer in New Jersey. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 35:149-­‐160.

 

Kenny, D. E., A. J. DeNicola, S. Amgalanbaatar, Z. Namshir, G. Wingard, and R.P. Reading. 2008. Successful field capture

techniques for free-ranging argali sheep (Ovis ammon) in Mongolia. Zoo Biology.  0:1-8.

 

Kesler, D. J., D. T. Bechtol, and A. J. DeNicola. 1998. Administration of pharmaceuticals and vaccines via remote delivery in

biodegradable, needle-less implants. Large Animal Practice.

 

Kilpatrick, H. J., A. J. DeNicola, and M. E. Ellingwood. 1996. Comparison of standard and transmitter-equipped darts for capturing

white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 24:306-310.

 

Kilpatrick, H. J., S. M. Spohr, and A. J. DeNicola. 1997. Darting urban deer: techniques and technology. Wildlife Society Bulletin

25:542-545.

 

Magnarelli, L. A., A. J. DeNicola, K. C. Stafford III, and J. F. Anderson. 1995. Borrelia Burgdorferi in an urban environment: white-

tailed deer with infected ticks and antibodies. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 33:541-544.

 

Morrison, S. A., A. J. DeNicola, K. Walker, D. Dewey, L. Laughrin, R. Wolstenholme, and N. Macdonald. 2014. An irruption

interrupted: Eradication of wild turkey from Santa Cruz Island, California. Oryx. In Press.

 

O’Donnell, M. A., and A. J.  DeNicola. 2006. Den site selection of lactating female raccoons following removal and exclusion from

suburban residences.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:366-370.

 

Reading R.P., S. Amgalanbaatar, D. Kenny, A. J. DeNicola, and E. Tuguldur. 2007. Siberian Ibex (Capra sibirica) Home Ranges in

Ikh Nart Nature Reserve, Mongolia: Preliminary Findings. Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 2007 Vol. 5: 29-37.

 

Reading, R. P., S. Amgalanbaatar, D. Kenny, Yo. Onon, Z. Namshir, and A. DeNicola.  2003.  Argali ecology in Ikh Nartiin Chuluu

Nature Reserve: Preliminary Findings.  Mongolian Journal of Biological Sciences 1:3-14.

 

Reading, R. P., S. Amgalanbaatar, G. J. Wingard, D. Kenny, and A. DeNicola. 2005.  Ecology of argali in Ikh Nartiin Chuluu,

Dornogobi Aimag. Erforschung Biologischer Resourcen der Mongolei (Halle/Saale) 9:77-89.

 

Reading, R.P., D. Kenny, S. Amgalanbaatar, A. J. DeNicola, and G. Wingard. 2009. Argali Lamb (Ovis ammon) morphometric

measurements and survivorship in Mongolia. Mammalia. 73(2):  

 

Stafford, K. C., III, A. J. DeNicola, and L. A. Magnarelli. 1996. Presence of Ixodiphagus hookeri (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) in two

Connecticut populations of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 33:183-188.

 

Stafford, K. C., III, A. J. DeNicola, J. M. Pound, J. A. Miller, and J. E. George. 2006. Topical treatment of white-tailed deer with an

acaricide for the control of  Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) in a Connecticut Lyme borreliosis hyperendemic community. Journal of Medical Entomology.

 

Stafford, K. C., III, A. J. DeNicola, and H. J. Kilpatrick. 2003. Reduced abundance of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) and the tick

parasitoid Ixodiphagus hookeri (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) with reduction of white- tailed deer. Journal of Medical Entomology 40:642-652.

 

Swihart, R. K., and A. J. DeNicola. 1995. Modeling the impacts of contraceptives on populations of white-tailed deer. Pages 151-

163 in J. McAninch, ed. Urban deer - a manageable resource? North Central Chapter of The Wildlife Society.

 

Swihart, R. K., and A. J. DeNicola. 1997. Public involvement, science, management, and the overabundance of deer: Can we avoid

a hostage crisis? Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:382-387.

 

Swihart, R. K., P. M. Picone, A. J. DeNicola, and L. Cornicelli. 1995. Ecology of urban and suburban white-tailed deer. Pages 35-

44 in J. McAninch, ed. Urban deer - a manageable resource? North Central Chapter of The Wildlife Society.

 

Swihart, R. K., H.P. Weeks, Jr., A.L. Easter-Pilcher, and A. J. DeNicola. 1998. Nutritional condition and fertility of white-tailed deer

(Odocoileus virginianus) from areas with contrasting histories of hunting. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1932-1941.

 

Williams S. C., and A. J. DeNicola. 2001. Spatial movements in response to baiting female white-tailed deer. Proceedings of the

Ninth Wildlife Damage Management Conference. State College, Pennsylvania.

 

Williams S. C., and A. J. DeNicola. 2005. Home range increase of lactating female white-tailed deer following herd reduction.

Northeast Wildlife 57:29-38.

 

Williams, S. C., A. J. DeNicola, T. Almendinger, and J. Maddock. 2013. Evaluation of organized hunting as a management

technique for overabundant white-­‐tailed deer in suburban landscapes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:137-­‐145.

 

Williams, S. C., A. J. DeNicola, and I. M. Ortega. 2008. Behavioral responses of white-tailed deer subjected to lethal management.

Canadian Journal of Zoology 86:1358-1366.