John A. Litvaitis
Barbour, M.S., and J.A. Litvaitis. 1993. Niche dimensions of New England cottontails in relation to habitat patch size. Oecologia 95:321-327.
Litvaitis, J.A. 1993. Response of early successional vertebrates to historic changes in land use. Conservation Biology 7:866-873.
Villafuerte R., J.A. Litvaitis, and D.F. Smith. 1997. Physiological responses by lagomorphs to resource limitations imposed by habitat fragmentation: implications to condition-sensitive predation. Canadian Journal of Zoology 75:148-151.
Litvaitis, J.A. 2000. Chapter 5 - Investigating food habits of terrestrial vertebrates. Pages 165-190 in Research techniques in animal ecology: controversies and consequences. L. Boitani and T.K. Fuller, editors, Columbia University Press, New York, N.Y.
Litvaitis, J.A. 2003. Are pre-Columbian conditions relevant baselines in managed forests of the northeastern United States? Forest Ecology and Management 185:113-126.
Marchand, M.N., and J.A. Litvaitis. 2004. Effects of habitat features and landscape composition on population structure of a common aquatic turtle in a region undergoing rapid development. Conservation Biology 18:758-767.
Johnson, V.S., J.A. Litvaitis, T.D. Lee, and S.D. Frey. 2006. The role of spatial and temporal scale in colonization and spread of exotic shrubs in early-successional habitats. Forest Ecology and Management 228:124-134.
Litvaitis, J.A., J.P. Tash, and C.L. Stevens. 2006. The rise and fall of bobcats in New Hampshire: relevance of historical harvests to understanding current patterns of distribution and abundance. Biological Conservation 128: 517-528.
Litvaitis, J.A., and J.P. Tash. 2008. An approach toward understanding wildlife-vehicle collisions. Environmental Management 42:688-697.
Selected Service Activities
- University Animal Care and Use Committee
- Member of Editorial Boards of Acta Zoologica Lithuanica and Northeast Naturalist
- Coordinator and host of the 80th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists (5 days meeting attend by ~500 scientists, largest meeting ever held at UNH)
- Organizer and host of a two-day conference: Shrublands and early-successional forests of the northeastern United States- critical habitats dependent on disturbance (papers from this meeting were published in a special issue of Forest Ecology and Management)
- Associate Editor of the Journal of Mammalogy
- Editor of Northeast Wildlife