Grants, Presentations and Publications

GRANTS RECEIVED
2002 - USCL Faculty/Staff Research and Productive Scholarship Grant $2,500, The relationship between masting trees and potential seed dispersing birds and mammals: a request for funds to support an existing project.

2002 - Provost's Development Grant $1,996, Multimedia classroom presentation preparation.

2002 - BellSouth Instructional Innovation Grant $4,284, Multimedia classroom presentation preparation.

2001 - USC  Research and Productive Scholarship Grant $7,150, The roles of birds and mammals as acorn predators or dispersal agents.

2000 - South Carolina Research Institute Equipment Grant $21,450, The roles of birds and mammals as acorn predators or dispersal agents.

1998 - USCL Research and Productive Scholarship Grant $11,000, Effects of mast seeding on the population biology of birds and mammals.

PRESENTATIONS
Scarlett, T. L.  Influence of acorn production on winter reproduction in Peromyscus leucopus in a southern Piedmont forest. Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August 3-8, 2003. Savannah, GA.

Where do all the nuts go? A study of the relationship between mast producing trees and populations of mast consuming vertebrates. Poster presented at the Piedmont Ecology and Conservation Symposium. November 9-11, 2000. Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens, Belmont, NC 

Effects of reproductive suppression on Microtus montanus population growth at pre-peak density. Poster presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August 7-12, 1999. Spokane, WA.

Reproductive suppression in Microtus montanus at pre-peak densities: effects on population growth and demography. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Northwest Scientific Association, Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology, and Northwest Lichen Guild. March 25-28, 1998. Olympia, Washington.

PUBLISHED ARTICLES
Scarlett, T. L. 2004. Acorn production and winter reproduction in white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) in a southern Piedmont forest. Southeastern Naturalist 3:483-494.

Scarlett, T. L. and K. G. Smith  1991.  Acorn preference of urban blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) during fall and spring in northwestern Arkansas. Condor 93:438-442.  

Smith, K. G. and T. L. Scarlett  1987.  Mast production and winter populations of red-headed woodpeckers and blue jays.  Journal of Wildlife Management  51:459-467.





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