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Northeastern Naturalist Volume 17, Number 1, 2010

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RESEARCH ARTICLES  

Moose Foraging in the Temperate Forests of Southern New England
Edward K. Faison, Glenn Motzkin, David R. Foster, and John E. McDonald

1

Effect of Direct and Indirect Cues of Predation Risk on the Foraging Behavior of the White-footed Mouse (Peromyscus leucopus)
Benjamin G. Fanson

19
Judging a Brook by its Cover: The Relation Between Ecological Condition of a Stream and Urban Land Cover in New England
James F. Coles, Thomas F. Cuffney, Gerard McMahon, and Cornell J. Rosiu
29

Plant Communities of the Burden Hill Forest, Salem County, New Jersey
Stevens Heckscher, James F. Thorne, Mike Bertram, and Michael Ward

49
Palynology of Three Bog Cores Shows Complex European Impact on the Forests of Central Maine
Robert E. Nelson, C. Kittinger Clark, Elizabeth F. Littlefield, and Newton W. Krumdieck
63
Impacts of Climate Change on Narragansett Bay
Leslie M. Smith, Sandra Whitehouse, and Candace A. Oviatt
77

The First Record of Palaemon macrodactylus (Oriental Shrimp) from the Eastern Coast of North America
Barbara E. Warkentine and Joseph W. Rachlin

91

Disturbance Type Affects the Distribution of Mobile Invertebrates in a High Salt Marsh Community
Margarita Brandt, Keryn Bromberg Gedan, and Erica A. Garcia

103
Prey and Nesting Behavior of Some North American Spider Wasps (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae)
Frank E. Kurczewski
115

Nest-site Fidelity in Grassland Birds on Mowed Versus Unmowed Areas on a Reclaimed Surface Mine
Danny J. Ingold, James L. Dooley, and Nicole Cavender

125
Habitat Associations of Grasshopper Sparrows in Southern Québec
Benoît Jobin and Gilles Falardeau
135

Barn and Long-Eared Owl Diets: A Comparative Study from Central Pennsylvannia and a Key for Identifi cation of Prey Items
Suzanne M. Khalafalla and Carlos A. Iudica

147
Parasite Transmission Stages in Feces of Common Eiders Flushed from their Nests
Jenelle D. King and Dave Shutler
155
Occurrence of Pond-breeding Amphibians at Alpine Ponds in the White Mountains, New Hampshire
Michael T. Jones and Scott D. Smyers
161
NOTES  
Multiple Annual Litters in Glaucomys sabrinus (Northern Flying Squirrel)
Jesse E.H. Patterson and Stephen J. Patterson
167
   
Noteworthy Books 170

 

 

 

 

 

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