Publications

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Books

  • Moorman, C.E., S. M. Grodsky, and S. P. Rupp (Eds.). 2019. Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 9781421432724.

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  • McCleery, R. A., C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson (Eds.). 2014. Urban Wildlife Conservation: Theory and Practice. Springer. ISBN 978-1-4899-7499-0.

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Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Richardson, A. D., A. J. Kroeger, C. E. Moorman, C. A. Harper, B. Gardner, M. D. Jones, and B. M. Strope. 2020. Nesting ecology of northern bobwhite on a working farm. Wildlife Society Bulletin 44:677-683. DOI: 10.1002/wsb.1125 (PDF)
  • Casola, W. R., M. N. Peterson, K. Pacifici, and C. E. Moorman. 2020. Public support and visitation impacts of Sunday hunting on public hunting lands. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2020.1811923 (PDF)
  • Hannon, D. R., C. E. Moorman, A. D. Schultz, J. Gray, and C. S. DePerno. 2020. Predictors of fire-tolerant oak and fire-sensitive hardwood distribution in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. Forest Ecology and Management 477:118468. (PDF)
  • GeFellers, W., C. A. Harper, D. A. Buehler, C. E. Moorman, and J. M. Zobel. 2020. Seeding is not always necessary to restore native early successional plant communities. Restoration Ecology 28:1485-1494. (PDF)
  • Kroeger, T. J., C. S. DePerno, C. A. Harper, S. B. Rosche, and C. E. Moorman. 2020. Northern bobwhite non-breeding habitat selection in a longleaf pine woodland. Journal of Wildlife Management 84:1348-1360. (PDF)
  • Kroeger, T. J., C. E. Moorman, M. A. Lashley, M. C. Chitwood, C. A. Harper, and C. S. DePerno. 2020. White-tailed deer use of overstory hardwoods in longleaf pine woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 464:118046. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.118046 (PDF)
  • Noonan, M. J. and others. 2020. Effects of body size on estimation of mammalian area requirements. Conservation Biology 34:1017-1028. (PDF)
  • Boggs, A. D., C. E. Moorman, C. H. Greenberg, D. W. Hazel, and J. K. Pacifici. 2020. Relationships between white-footed mice and logging residue: informing the sustainability of potential wood bioenergy harvests. Forest Ecology and Management 457:117706. doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117706 (PDF)
  • Michel, E. S., B. K. Strickland, S. Demarais, J. L. Belant, T. M. Kautz, J. F. Duquette, D. E. Beyer, M. J. Chamberlain, K. V. Miller, R. M. Shuman, J. C. Kilgo, D. R. Diefenbach, B. D. Wallingford, J. K. Vreeland, S. S. Ditchkoff, C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, M. C. Chitwood, M. A. Lashley. 2020. Relative reproductive phenology and synchrony affect neonate survival in a neoprecocial ungulate. Functional Ecology 34:2536-2547. (PDF)
  • Fish, A. C., C. S. DePerno, J. M. Schillaci, and C. E. Moorman. 2020. Fledgling Bachman’s Sparrows in a longleaf pine ecosystem: survival, movements, and habitat selection. Journal of Field Ornithology 91:354-366. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2020. Effects of group size and density on trade-offs in resource selection by a group-territorial central-place foraging woodpecker. Ibis 162:477–491. doi: 10.1111/ibi.12733 (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, S. D. Higdon**, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2020. Raccoon vigilance and activity patterns when sympatric with coyotes. Diversity 12, 341; doi:10.3390/d12090341 (PDF)
  • Boggs, A. D., C. E. Moorman, C. H. Greenberg, D. W. Hazel, and C. Sorenson. 2020. Ground-dwelling invertebrate abundance positively related to volume of logging residues in the Southern Appalachians, USA. Forests 11, 49; doi.org/10.3390/f11111149 (PDF)
  • Drake, M., M. N. Peterson, E. Griffith, C. Olfenbuttel, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2020. How urban identity, affect, and knowledge predict opinions about coyotes and their management. Anthrozoös 33:5-19. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S. M., R. R. Hernandez, J. W. Campbell, K. R. Hinson, O. Keller, S. R. Fritts, J. A. Homyack, and C. E. Moorman. 2020. Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) response to harvest residue retention: Implications for sustainable forest bioenergy production. Forests 11, 48; doi:10.3390/f11010048 (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2019. Neighboring group density is more important than forest stand age to a threatened social woodpecker population. Wildlife Biology 2019: wlb.00574. https://doi.org/10.2981/wlb.00574 (PDF)
  • Drake, M., M. N. Peterson, E. Griffith, C. Olfenbuttel, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2019. Hunting interacts with socio-demographic predictors of human perceptions of urban coyotes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 43:447-454. (PDF)
  • Burke, C., M. N. Peterson, D. Sawyer, C. E. Moorman, C. Serenari, and K. Pacifici. 2019. A method for mapping hunting occurrence using publicy-available, geographic variables. Wildlife Society Bulletin 43:537-545. (PDF)
  • Rosche, S. B., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, J. K. Pacifici, and J. G. Jones. 2019. Northern bobwhite breeding-season habitat selection in a frequently burned longleaf pine ecosystem. Journal of Wildlife Management 83:1226-1236. (PDF)
  • Bragina, E. V., R. Kays, A. Hody, C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and L. S. Mills. 2019. White-tailed deer and coyote colonization; a response to Kilgo et al. (2019). Journal of Wildlife Management 83:1641-1643. (PDF)
  • Bragina, E. V., R. Kays, A. Hody, C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and L. S. Mills. 2019. No region-wide effects on white-tailed deer following eastern coyote colonization. Journal of Wildlife Management 83:916-924. (PDF)
  • Taillie, P. J., C. E. Moorman, B. Poulter, M. Ardón, and R. E. Emanuel. 2019. Decadal-scale vegetation change driven by salinity at leading edge of rising sea level. Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-019-00382-w (PDF)
  • Burke, C. R., M. N. Peterson, D. T. Sawyer, C. E. Moorman, C. Serenari, R. K. Meentemeyer, and C. S. DePerno. 2019. Predicting private landowner hunting access decisions and hunter density. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 24:99-115. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., M. N. Peterson, C. E. Moorman, and J. C. Kilgo. 2019. Using qualitative methods to support recovery of endangered species: The case of red-cockaded woodpecker foraging habitat. Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00553 (PDF)
  • Sasmal, I., C. E. Moorman, M. B. Swingen, S. Datta, and C. S. DePerno. 2019. Seasonal space use of transient and resident coyotes (Canis latrans) in North Carolina, USA. Canadian Journal of Zoology 97:326-331. (PDF)
  • Taillie, P. J., C. E. Moorman, L. S. Smart, and K. Pacifici. 2019. Bird community shifts associated with saltwater exposure in coastal forests at the leading edge of rising sea level. PLoS ONE 14(5):e0216540. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216540 (PDF)
  • Stevenson, E. R., M. A. Lashley, M. C. Chitwood, M. B. Swingen, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2019. Resource selection by coyotes (Canis latrans) in a longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) ecosystem: effects of anthropogenic fires and landscape features. Canadian Journal of Zoology 97:165-171. (PDF)
  • Fish, A. C., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and J. M. Schillaci. 2019. Influence of military training on breeding ecology of a ground-nesting sparrow. Journal of Wildlife Management 83:72-79. (PDF)
  • Taillie, P. J., and C. E. Moorman. 2019. Marsh bird occupancy along a shoreline-to-forest gradient as marshes migrate from rising sea level. Ecosphere 10 (1), e02555 (PDF)
  • Bobay, L. R., P. J. Taillie, and C. E. Moorman. 2018. Use of autonomous recording units increased detection of a secretive marsh bird. Journal of Field Ornithology 89:384-392. (PDF)
  • Frew, K., M. N. Peterson, E. Sills, C. E. Moorman, H. Bondell, J. Fuller, and D. Howell. 2018. Market and non-market valuation of North Carolina’s tundra swans among hunters, wildlife watchers, and the public. Wildlife Society Bulletin 42:478-487. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2018. Evaluating interactions between space-use sharing and defence under increasing density conditions for the group-territorial Red-cockaded Woodpecker Leuconotopicus borealis. Ibis 160:816-831. (PDF)
  • Sasmal, I., E. L. Kilburg, C. S. DePerno, M. C. Chitwood, M. A. Lashley, B. A. Collier, and. C. E. Moorman. 2018. Eastern wild turkey roost-site selection in a fire-maintained longleaf pine ecosystem. Southeastern Naturalist 17:371-380. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S. M., J. W. Campbell, S. R. Fritts, T. B. Wigley, and C. E. Moorman. 2018. Variable responses of invasive and native ants to coarse woody debris removal following forest bioenergy harvests. Forest Ecology and Management 427:414-422. (PDF)
  • Taillie, P. J., R. D. Burnett, L. J. Roberts, B. R. Campos, M. N. Peterson, and C. E. Moorman. 2018. Interacting and non-linear avian responses to mixed-severity wildfire and time since fire. Ecosphere 9(6):e02291. 10.1002/ecs2.2291 (PDF)
  • Greenberg, C. H., C. E. Moorman, C. E. Matthews-Snoberger, T. A. Waldrop, D. Simon, A. Heh, and D. Hagan. 2018. Long-term herpetofaunal response to repeated fuel reduction treatments. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:553-565. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2018. Relative importance of social factors, conspecific density, and forest structure on space use by the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker: a new consideration for habitat restoration. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 120:305-318. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. V. Cove, M. C. Chitwood, G. Penido, B. Gardner, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2018. Estimating wildlife activity curves: comparison of methods and sample size. Scientific Reports 8:4173 doi:10.1038/s41598-018-22638-6 (PDF)
  • Fish, A. C., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, J. M. Schillaci, and G. R. Hess. 2018. Predictors of Bachman’s sparrow occupancy at its northern range limit. Southeastern Naturalist 17:104-116. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S. M., C. E. Moorman, S. R. Fritts, J. W. Campbell, C. E. Sorenson, M. A. Bertone, S. B. Castleberry, and T. B. Wigley. 2018. Invertebrate community response to coarse woody debris removal for bioenergy production from intensively managed forests. Ecological Applications 28:135-148. Journal Cover Article. (PDF)
  • Greenberg, C. H., T. Seiboldt, Tara L. Keyser, H. McNab, P. Scott, J. Bush, and C. E. Moorman. 2018. Reptile and amphibian response to season of burn in upland hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 409:808-816. (PDF)
  • Morina, D., M. Lashley, M. C. Chtiwood, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2017. Should we use the float test to quantify acorn viability? Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:776-779. (PDF)
  • McAlister, M., C. DePerno, J. Fuller, D. Howell, and C. Moorman. 2017. A comparison of field methods to estimate resident Canada goose abundance. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:685-690. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, J. S. Nanney**, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Regenerating white pine (Pinus strobus) in the South: seedling position is more important than herbivory protection. Castanea 82:156-162. (PDF)
  • Fritts, S. R., C. E. Moorman, S. M. Grodsky, D. W. Hazel, C. B. Farrell, S. B. Castleberry, E. H. Evans, and D. U. Greene. 2017. Rodent response to harvesting woody biomass for bioenergy production. Journal of Wildlife Management 81:1170-1178. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Frequent fires eliminate fleshy fruit production. Forest Ecology and Management 405:9-12. (PDF)
  • Winiarski, J., J. Carpenter, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Bachman’s Sparrows at the northern periphery of their range: home range size and microhabitat selection. Journal of Field Ornithology 88:250-261. (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2017. Setting an evolutionary trap: could the hider strategy be maladaptive for white-tailed deer? Journal of Ethology 35:251-257. (PDF)
  • Winiarski, J., C. E. Moorman, J. Carpenter, and G. Hess. 2017. Reproductive consequences of habitat fragmentation for a declining resident bird of the longleaf pine ecosystem. Ecosphere 8(7):e01898. 10.1002/ecs2.1898 (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Considerations on neonatal ungulate capture method: potential for bias in survival estimation and cause-specific mortality. Wildlife Biology. https://doi.org/10.2981/wlb.00250 (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, J. C. Kilgo, M. Cherry, M. Conner, M. Vukovich, S. Ray, C. Ruth, Jr., R. Warren, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Are camera surveys useful for assessing recruitment in white-tailed deer? Wildlife Biology. https://doi.org/10.2981/wlb.00178 (PDF)
  • Rodriguez, S., M. N. Peterson, and C. E(J). Moorman. 2017. Does education influence wildlife friendly landscaping preferences? Urban Ecosystems 20:489-496. (PDF)
  • Winiarski, J., A. C. Fish, C. E. Moorman, J. P. Carpenter, C. S. DePerno, and J. M. Schillaci. 2017. Nest-site selection and nest survival of Bachman’s Sparrows in two longleaf pine communities. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119:361-374. (PDF)
  • McAlister, M. A., C. E. Moorman, R. K. Meentemeyer, J. C. Fuller, D. L. Howell, and C. S. DePerno. 2017. Using landscape characteristics to predict distribution of temperate-breeding Canada geese. Southeastern Naturalist 16:127-139. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2017. Use of LiDAR to define habitat thresholds for forest bird conservation. Forest Ecology and Management 399:24-36. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., R. L. Klimstra, C. A. Harper, J. F. Marcus, and C. E. Sorenson. 2017. Breeding songbird use of native warm-season and non-native cool-season grass forage fields. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:42-48. (PDF)
  • Sasmal, I., C. S. DePerno, M. B. Swingen, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Influence of vegetation type and prescribed fire on Peromyscus abundance in a longleaf pine ecosystem. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:49-54. (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, B. L. Sherrill, C. Sorenson, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2017. Macroarthropod response to time-since-fire in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Forest Ecology and Management 391:390-395. (PDF)
  • Biggerstaff, M. T., M. A. Lashley, M. C. Chitwood, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2017. Temporal sexual segregation of forage patch use: support for the social-factors hypothesis. Behavioral Processes 136:36-42. (PDF)
  • Gardner, B., L. A. Garner, D. T. Cobb, and C. E. Moorman. 2016. Factors affecting occupancy and relative abundance of the American alligator at the northern extent of its range. Journal of Herpetology 50:541-547. (PDF)
  • Stevenson, E. R., M. C. Chitwood, M. A. Lashley, K. H. Pollock, M. B. Swingen, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2016. Survival and cause-specific mortality of coyotes on a large military installation. Southeastern Naturalist 15:459-466. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S. M., C. E. Moorman, S. R. Fritts, S. B. Castleberry, and T. B. Wigley. 2016. Breeding, early-successional bird response to forest harvests for bioenergy. PLoS ONE 11(10): e0165070. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165070. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S. M., C. E. Moorman, S. R. Fritts, D. W. Hazel, J. A. Homyack, S. B. Castleberry, and T. B. Wigley. 2016. Winter bird use of harvest residues in clearcuts and the implications of forest bioenergy harvest in the southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management 379:91-101. (PDF)
  • Greenberg, C. H., C. E. Moorman, A. L. Raybuck, C. Sundol, T. L. Keyser, J. Bush, D. M. Simon, and G. S. Warburton. 2016. Reptile and amphibian response to oak regeneration treatments in productive southern Appalachian hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 377:139-149. (PDF)
  • Bohling, J. H., J. Dellinger, J. M. McVey, D. T. Cobb, C. E. Moorman, and L. P. Waits. 2016. Describing a developing hybrid zone between red wolves and coyotes in eastern North Carolina, USA. Evolutionary Adaptations 9:791-804. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2016. Do indirect bite count surveys accurately represent diet selection in white-tailed deer? Wildlife Research 43:254-260. (PDF)
  • Prince, A., M. C. Chitwood, M. A. Lashley, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2016. Resource selection by southeastern fox squirrels in a fire-maintained forest system. Journal of Mammalogy 97:631-638. (PDF)
  • Fritts, S., C. E. Moorman, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. B. Farrell, S. Castleberry, and S. Grodsky. 2016. Do biomass harvesting guidelines influence herpetofauna following harvests of logging residues for renewable energy? Ecological Applications 26:926-939. (PDF)
  • Harper, C. A., W. M. Ford, M. A. Lashley, C. E. Moorman, and M. Stambaugh. 2016. Fire effects on wildlife in the Central Hardwoods and Appalachian regions. Fire Ecology 12:127-159. (PDF)
  • Rutledge, M. E., C. E. Moorman, B. E. Washburn, and C. S. DePerno. 2015. Analyzing resident Canada goose movements to reduce the risk of goose-aircraft collisions at suburban airports. Journal of Wildlife Management 79:1185-1191. (PDF)
  • Stevenson, K., M. A. Lashley, M. C. Chitwood, M. N. Peterson, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. How emotion trumps logic in climate change risk perception: exploring the affective heuristic among conservation science students. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20:501-513. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, J. R. Thompson, C. A. Harper, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2015Variability in fire prescriptions to promote wildlife foods in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Fire Ecology 11:62-79. (PDF)
  • Marshall, S., D. Orr, L. Bradley, S. Frank, and C. Moorman. 2015. A review of organic lawn care practices and policies in North America and the implications of lawn plant diversity and insect pest management. Hort Technology 25:437-446. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, R. Kays, C. A. Harper, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. Prescribed fire affects female white-tailed deer habitat use duirng summer lactation. Forest Ecology and Management 348:220-225. (PDF)
  • Serenari, C., M. N. Peterson, F. Cubbage, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. Application of choice experiments to determine stakeholder preferences for woody biomass harvesting guidelines. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34:343-357. (PDF)
  • Raybuck, A. L., C. E. Moorman, S. R. Fritts, C. H. Greenberg, C. S. DePerno, D. M. Simon, and G. S. Warburton. 2015. Do silvicultural practices to restore oaks affect salamanders in the short term? Wildlife Biology 21:186-194. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, C. A. Harper, C. E. Moorman, and C. DePerno. 2015. Poor soils and density-mediated body weight in deer: forage quality or quantity? Wildlife Biology 21:213-219. (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. B. Swingen, M. A. Lashley, J. R. Flowers, M. B. Palamar, C. S. Apperson, C. Olfenbuttel, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2015. Parasitology and serology of free-ranging coyotes (Canis latrans) in North Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51:664-669. (PDF)
  • Swingen, M. B., C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. Seasonal coyote diet composition at a low-productivity site. Southeastern Naturalist 14:397-404. (PDF)
  • Grodsky, S., R. Iglay, C. Sorenson, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. Should invertebrates receive greater inclusion in wildlife research journals? Journal of Wildlife Management 79:529-536.(PDF)
  • Klimstra, R. L., C. E. Moorman, S. J. Converse, J. A Royle, and C. A. Harper. 2015. Small mammal use of hayed native, warm-season and non-native cool-season forage fields. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39:49-55. (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, J. C. Kilgo, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2015. White-tailed deer population dynamics and adult female survival in the presence of a novel predator. Journal of Wildlife Management 79:211-219. (PDF)
  • Kilburg, E., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, D. Cobb, and C. A. Harper. 2015. Wild turkey pre-nesting resource selection in a landscape managed with frequent prescribed burns. Southeastern Naturalist 14:137-146. (PDF)
  • Chitwood, M. C., M. A. Lashley, J. C. Kilgo, K. Pollock, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2015. Do biological and bedsite characteristics influence survival of neonatal white-tailed deer? PLoS ONE 10(3): e0119070. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0119070(PDF)
  • Fritts, S. R., S. M. Grodsky, D. W. Hazel, J. A. Homyack, S. B. Castleberry, and C. E. Moorman. 2015. Quantifying multi-scale habitat use of woody biomass by southern toads. Forest Ecology and Management 346:81-88. (PDF)
  • Taillie, P., C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2015. The relative importance of multiscale factors in the distribution of Bachman’s sparrow and the implications for ecosystem conservation. The Condor 117:137-146. (PDF)
  • Fritts, S., C. E. Moorman, S. Grodsky, D. Hazel, J. Homyack, C. Farrell, and S. Castleberry. 2015. Shrew response to variable woody debris retention: implications for sustainable forest bioenergy. Forest Ecology and Management 336:35-43. (PDF)
  • Rutledge, M. E., R. Sollmann, B. E. Washburn, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2015. Using novel spatial mark-resight techniques to monitor resident Canada geese in a suburban environment. Wildlife Research 41:447-453. (PDF)
  • Fritts, S. R., C. E. Moorman, D. W. Hazel, and B. D. Jackson. 2014. Biomass harvesting guidelines affect downed woody material retention. Biomass and Bioenergy 70:382-391. (PDF)
  • Prince, A. P., C. S. DePerno, B. Gardner, and C. E. Moorman. 2014. Survival and home range size of  southeastern fox squirrels in North Carolina. Southeastern Naturalist 12:456-462. (PDF)
  • Ayers, C. R., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, H. H. Stibbs, and A. M. Faust. 2014. Survey of Canada goose feces for presence of Giardia. Human-Wildlife Interactions 8:245-250. (PDF)
  • Chitwood,  C., M. A. Lashley, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2014. Confirmation of coyote predation on adult female white-tailed deer in the southeastern United States. Southeastern Naturalist 13:N30-N32. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M.A., M. C. Chitwood, M. T. Biggerstaff, D. L. Morina, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2014. White-tailed deer vigilance: the influence of social and environmental factors. PLoS ONE 9(3):e90652. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0090652 (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., J. R. Thompson, M. C. Chitwood, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2014. Evaluation of methods to estimate understory fruit biomass. PLoS ONE 9(5):e96898. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096898 (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, C. A. Harper, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2014. Collection, handling, and analysis of forages for concentrate selectors. Wildlife Biology in Practice 10:6-15. (PDF)
  • Lashley, M. A., M. C. Chitwood, A. Prince, M. E. Elfelt, E. Kilburg, C. S. DePerno, and C. E. Moorman. 2014. Subtle effects of a managed fire regime: a case study in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Ecological Indicators 38:212-217. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., R. J. McGaughey, S. E. Reutebuch, B. R. Parresol, J. C. Kilgo, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2014. Quantitative analysis of habitat using high-resolution airborne LiDAR estimates of forest structure and composition. Remote Sensing of Environment 145:68-80. (PDF)
  • Kilburg, E., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, D. Cobb, and C. A. Harper. 2014. Wild turkey nest survival and nest-site selection in the presence of growing-season prescribed fire. Journal of Wildlife Management  78:1033-1039. (PDF)
  • Chitwood,  M. C., M. A. Lashley, C. E. Moorman, and C. S. DePerno. 2014. Vocalization observed in starving white-tailed deer neonates. Southeastern Naturalist 13:N6-N8. (PDF)
  • Bowling, S. A., C. E. Moorman, B. Gardner, and C. S. Deperno. 2014. Influence of landscape composition on northern bobwhite population response to field border establishment. Journal of Wildlife Management 78:93-100. (PDF)
  • Garabedian, J. E., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and J. C. Kilgo. 2014. Systematic review of the influence of foraging habitat on red-cockaded woodpecker reproductive success. Wildlife Biology 20:37-46. (PDF)
  • Charles-Smith, L. E., M. E. Rutledge, C. J. Meek, K. Baine, E. Massey, L. N. Ellsaesser, C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, and L. A Degernes. 2014. Hematologic parameters and hemoparasites of non-migratory Canada geese (Branta canadensis) from Greensboro, North Carolina. Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 28:16-23. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., C. J. Plush, D. Orr, and C. Reberg-Horton. 2013. Beneficial insect borders provide northern bobwhite brood habitat. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83815. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083815 (PDF)
  • McVey, J. M., D. T. Cobb, R. A. Powell, M. K. Stoskopf, J. Boling, L. P. Waits, and C. E. Moorman. 2013. Diets of sympatric red wolves and coyotes in northeastern North Carolina. Journal of Mammalogy 94:1141-1148. (PDF)
  • Fox, A.F., Reberg-Horton, S.C., Orr, D.B., Moorman, C.E. and Frank, S.D. 2013. Crop and field bordereffects on weed seed predation in the southeastern U.S. coastal plain. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 177:58-62. (PDF)
  • Becker, S., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and T. Simons. 2013. Quantifiable long-term monitoring on parks and nature preserves. Southeastern Naturalist 12:339-352. (PDF)
  • Allen, S. C., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, G. R. Hess, and S. E. Moore. 2013. Predicting success incorporating conservation subdivisions into land use planning. Land Use Policy 33:31-35. (PDF)
  • Golden, K. E., M. N. Peterson, C. S. DePerno, R. E. Bardon, and C. E. Moorman. 2013. Factors shaping private landowner engagement in wildlife management. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:94-100. (PDF)
  • Blackman, E. B., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2013. Use of crop fields and forest by wintering American woodcock. Southeastern Naturalist 12:85-92. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., C. J. Plush, D. Orr, C. Reberg-Horton, and B. Gardner. 2013. Small mammal use of field borders planted as beneficial insect habitat. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:209-215. (PDF)
  • Plush, C. J., C. E. Moorman, D. Orr, and C. Reberg-Horton. 2013. Overwintering sparrow use of field borders planted as beneficial insect habitat. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:200-206. (PDF)
  • Rutledge, M. E., R. M. Siletzky, W. Gu, C. E. Moorman, C. S. Deperno, and S. Kathariou. 2013. Prevalence and anit-microbial susceptibility of Campylobacterand Salmonella in resident Canada geese. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49:1-9. (PDF)
  • Allen, S. C., C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, G. R. Hess,  and S. E. Moore. 2012. Overcoming socio-economic barriers to implement conservation subdivisions: a case- study of four successful communities. Landscape and Urban Planning 106:244-252. (PDF)
  • Fielding, D. C., F. Cubbage, M. N. Peterson, D. Hazel, B. Gugelmann, and C. Moorman. 2012. Opinions of forest managers, loggers, and forest landowners in North Carolina regarding biomass harvesting guidelines. International Journal of Forestry Research. doi:10.1155/2012/256141. (PDF)
  • Shake, C. S., C. E. Moorman, J. D. Riddle, and M. R. Burchell. 2012. Influence of patch size and shape on occupancy by shrubland birds. The Condor 114:268-278. (PDF)
  • Raybuck, A. L., C. E. Moorman, C. H. Greenberg, C. S. DePerno, K. Gross, D. M. Simon, and G. S. Warburton. 2012. Short-term response of small mammals following oak regeneration silviculture treatments. Forest Ecology and Management 274:10-16. (PDF)
  • Blackman, E. B., C. S. DePerno, M. J. Krachey, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2012. Effects of crop field characteristics on nocturnal winter use by American woodcock. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:528-533. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., L. T. Bowen, J. C. Kilgo, J. L. Hanula, S. Horn, and M. D. Ulyshen. 2012. Arthropod abundance and seasonal bird use of bottomland forest harvest gaps. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:31-39. (PDF)
  • Golden, K. E., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, M. N. Peterson, and R. E. Bardon. 2011. Predicting North Carolina private landowner participation and interest in wildlife related fee access. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 65:21-26. (PDF)
  • Blackman, E. B., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2011. Avian influenza testing of American woodcock in an agricultural landscape. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 127:189-191. (PDF)
  • Dellinger, J. A., J. M. McVey, D. T. Cobb, and C. E. Moorman. 2011. Diameter thresholds for distinguishing between red wolf and non-red wolf canid scat. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:416-420. (PDF)
  • Shake, C. S., C. E. Moorman, and M. R. Burchell. 2011. Cropland edge, forest succession,and landscape affect shrubland bird nest predation. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:825-835. (PDF)
  • Riddle, J. D., and C. E. Moorman. 2010. The importance of agriculture-dominated landscapes and lack of field border effect for early-succession songbird nest success. Avian Conservation and Ecology 5(2):9. [online] URL http://www.ace-eco.org/vol5/iss2/art9/. (PDF)
  • Blackman, E. B., J. W. Reynolds, C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson 2010. Earthworm species available to American woodcock (Scolopax minor) on the wintering grounds in eastern North Carolina, USA. Megadrilogica 14(4):59-64. (PDF)
  • Savage, A. L., C. E. Moorman, J. A. Gerwin, and C. Sorenson. 2010. Prey selection by Swainson’s warblers on the breeding grounds. The Condor 112:605-614. (PDF)
  • Ayers, C. R., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, F. H. Yelverton, and H. J. Wang. 2010. Effects of mowing on anthraquinone for deterrence of Canada geese. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1863-1868. (PDF)
  • Ayers, C. R., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, and F. H. Yelverton. 2010. Canada goose (Branta canadensis) weed dispersal and nutrient loading in turfgrass systems. Applied Turfgrass Science [On-line]. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., and J. C. Beane. 2010. Virginia valeriae valeriae(Eastern Smooth Earthsnake) Predation. Herpetological Review 41:101. (PDF)
  • Matthews, C. E., C. E. Moorman, C. H. Greenberg, and T. A. Waldrop. 2010. Response of herpetofauna to repeated fires and fuel reduction treatments. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1301-1310. (PDF)
  • Riddle, J. D., S. J. Stanislav, K. H. Pollock, C. E. Moorman, and F. S. Perkins. 2010. Separating components of the detection process with combined methods: an example with northern bobwhite. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1319-1325. (PDF)
  • Peterson, M. N., C. S. DePerno, C. E. Moorman, K. A. Cunningham, J. P. Milrad, J. D. Riddle, and T. A. Steelman. 2010Hunting and non-hunting college students’ perceptions of wildlife and each other. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 63:47-53. (PDF)
  • Kleist, A. M., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and R. E. Bardon. 2010. Opportunities for planned county-based wildlife programming. Journal of Extension [On-line], 48(2) Article 2RIB7. (PDF)
  • Matthews, C. E., C. E. Moorman, C. H. Greenberg, and T. A. Waldrop. 2009Response of soricid populations to repeated fires and fuel reduction treatments in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 1939-1944. (PDF)
  • Kohut, S. G. R. Hess, and C. E. Moorman. 2009. Avian use of suburban greenways as stopover habitat. Urban Ecosystems 12:487-502. (PDF)
  • Champlin, T. B., J. C. Kilgo, and C. E. Moorman. 2009. Food abundance does not determine bird use of early-successional habitat. Ecology 90:1586-1594. (PDF)
  • Champlin, T. B., J. C. Kilgo, M. L. Gumpertz, and C. E. Moorman. 2009Avian response to microclimate in canopy gaps in a bottomland forest. Southeastern Naturalist 8(1):107-120. (PDF)
  • Riddle, J. D., C. E. Moorman, and K. H. Pollock. 2008. The importance of habitat shape and landscape context to northern bobwhite populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1376-1382. (PDF)
  • Riddle, J. D., C. E. Moorman, and K. H. Pollock. 2008. A comparison of methods for estimating northern bobwhite covey detection probabilities. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1437-1442. (PDF)
  • Smith, T. A., D. L. Osmond, C. E. Moorman, J. M. Stucky, and J. W. Gilliam. 2008. Effects of vegetation management on bird habitat in riparian buffer zones. Southeastern Naturalist 7(2)277-288. (PDF)
  • Miller, J. E., G. R. Hess, and C. E. Moorman. 2007. Southern two-lined salamanders in urbanizing watersheds. Urban Ecosystems: 10:73-85. (PDF)
  • Mason, J., C. Moorman, G. Hess, and K. Sinclair. 2007. Designing suburban greenways to provide habitat for forest-breeding birds. Landscape and Urban Planning 80:153-164. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., L. T. Bowen, J. C. Kilgo, C. E. Sorenson, J. L. Hanula, S. Horn, and M. D. Ulyshen. 2007. Seasonal diets of insectivorous birds using canopy gaps in a bottomland forest. Journal of Field Ornithology 78:11-20. (PDF)
  • Bowen, L. T., C. E. Moorman, and J. C. Kilgo. 2007. Seasonal bird use of canopy gaps in a bottomland forest. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 19:77-89. (PDF)
  • Ulyshen, M. D., J. L. Hanula, S. Horn, J. C. Kilgo, and C. E. Moorman. 2006. The response of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) to selection cutting in a South Carolina bottomland forest. Biodiversity and Conservation 15:261-274. (PDF)
  • Ulyshen, M. D., J. L. Hanula, S. Horn, J. C. Kilgo, and C. E. Moorman. 2005. Herbivorous insect response to group-selection harvesting in southeastern bottomland hardwood forests. Environmental Entomology 34:395-402. (PDF)
  • Sinclair, K. E., G. R. Hess, C. E. Moorman, and J. H. Mason. 2005. Mammalian nest predators respond to greenway width, landscape context, and habitat structure. Landscape and Urban Planning 71:277-293.(PDF)
  • Ulyshen, M. D., J. L. Hanula, S. Horn, J. C. Kilgo, and C. E. Moorman. 2004. Spatial and temporal patterns of beetles associated with coarse woody debris in managed bottomland hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 199:259-272. (PDF)
  • Vandermast, D. B., C. E. Moorman, K. R. Russell, and D. H. Van Lear. 2004. Initial vegetation response to prescribed fire in some oak-hickory forests of the South Carolina Piedmont.  Natural Areas Journal 24:216-222.
  • Kilgo, J. C., and C. E. Moorman. 2003. Patterns of brood parasitism by brown-headed cowbirds in the southeastern United States. Wilson Bulletin 115:277-284. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., D. C. Guynn, Jr., and  J. C. Kilgo. 2002. Hooded warbler nesting success adjacent to group-selection and clearcut edges in a southeastern bottomland forest. The Condor 104:366-377. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., and D. C. Guynn. 2001. Effects of group-selection opening size on breeding bird habitat use in a bottomland forest. Ecological Applications 11:1680-1691. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E. 2000. Designing and presenting avian research to facilitate integration with management. Studies in Avian Biology 21:109-114.
  • Moorman, C. E., D.L. Howell, and B. R. Chapman. 1999. Nesting chronology, success, and productivity of the red-shouldered and red-tailed hawk in Georgia. The Journal of Raptor Research 33:248-251. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., K. R. Russell, M. A. Menzel, S. M. Lohr, J. E. Ellenberger, and D. H. Van Lear. 1999. Bats roosting in deciduous leaf litter. Bat Research News 40:74-75. (PDF)
  • Russell, K. R., C. E. Moorman, J. K. Edwards, B. S. Metts, and D. C. Guynn, Jr. 1999. Amphibian and reptile communities associated with beaver ponds and non-impounded streams in the Piedmont of South Carolina. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 14:149-158. (PDF)
  • Russell, K. R., C. E. Moorman, and D. C. Guynn. 1999. The Appalachian cottontail, Sylvilagus obscurus (Lagomorpha: Leporidae), from the South Carolina mountains with observations on habitat use. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 115:140-144. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., K. R. Russell, G. R. Sabin, and D. C. Guynn. 1999. Snag dynamics and cavity occurrence in the South Carolina Piedmont. Forest Ecology and Management 118:37-48. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., and B. R. Chapman. 1996. Nest site selection by woodland hawks in a managed forest in the Georgia Piedmont. Wilson Bulletin 108(2):357-368. (PDF)

Book Chapters

  • Grodsky, S. M., C. E. Moorman, and K. R. Russell. 2015. Forest Wildlife Management. PP. 47-85 in Larocque (Ed.). Ecological Forest Management Handbook. Taylor and Francis.
  • McCleeery, R. A. C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson. 2014. Introduction. PP. 1-10 in A. McCleery, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson (Eds.). Urban Wildlife Conservation: Theory and Practice. Springer.
  • Moorman, C. E. 2014. Managing urban wildlife at the local scale. PP. 303-322 in A. McCleery, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson (Eds.). Urban Wildlife Conservation: Theory and Practice. Springer.
  • Hess, G., C. E. Moorman, J. Thompson, and C. Larson. 2014. Integrating wildlife conservation into urban planning. PP. 239-278 in A. McCleery, C. E. Moorman, and M. N. Peterson (Eds.). Urban Wildlife Conservation: Theory and Practice. Springer.
  • McCleery, R. A., C. E. Moorman, M. C. Wallace, and D. Drake. 2012. Management and research of wildlife in urban environments. N. J. Silvy (ed.). Pp 169-191 in N Silvy (ed). Wildlife Techniques Manual Volume II, 7th Edition. The Wildlife Society, Laurel Maryland.
  • Moorman, C. E., K. R. Russell, and C. H. Greenberg. 2011. Reptile and amphibian response to hardwood forest management and early-successional habitats. Pp 191-208 in CH Greenberg, BS Collins, and FR Thompson III (eds). Sustaining Young Forest Communities: Ecology and Management of Early Successional Habitats in the Central Hardwood Region, USA. Springer. (PDF)
  • Guilfoyle, M. P., C. E. Moorman, and J. C. Kilgo. 2005. Seasonal relationships between avian communities and canopy gaps in southeastern bottomland hardwood forests.  Pp. 307-320 in LH Fredrickson, SL King, and RM Kaminski (Eds.). Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of Our Understanding, University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord Memorial Laboratory Special Publication No. 10. Puxico.

Peer-edited Publications

  • Westby-Gibson, J., C. H. Greenberg, C. E. Moorman, T. G. Forrest, T. L. Keyser, D. Simon, and G. Warburton. 2017. Short-term response of ground-dwelling arthropods to shelterwood harvests in a productive southern Appalachian upland hardwood forest. e-Res. Pap. RP-SRS-59. Asheville, NC: USDS Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 10 p. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., C. A. Harper., and C. S. DePerno. 2008. Breaking through the Food Plot Mentality. Proceedings of the 11th Triennial Extension Fisheries and Wildlife Specialists Conference, Big Sky, Montana. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., and C. S. DePerno. 2008. Saving the World One Native Plant at a Time. Proceedings of the 11th Triennial Extension Fisheries and Wildlife Specialists Conference, Big Sky, Montana.(PDF)
  • DePerno, C. S., and C. E. Moorman. 2008. Bringing Extension into the Classroom. Proceedings of the 11th Triennial Extension Fisheries and Wildlife Specialists Conference, Big Sky, Montana. (PDF)
  • Harper, C. A., and C. E. Moorman. 2008. Qualifying Native Warm-Season Grasses and Early Succession Habitat. Proceedings of the 11th Triennial Extension Fisheries and Wildlife Specialists Conference, Big Sky, Montana. (PDF)
  • Strnad, R., and C. E. Moorman. 2008. An Introduction to the Revised Southeastern 4-H Wildlife Projects. Proceedings of the 11th Triennial Extension Fisheries and Wildlife Specialists Conference, Big Sky, Montana. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E. 2007. Book Review: Urban Wildlife Managementby Adams et al. (2006). The Condor 109:718-719. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E. 2007.  Effects of Forest Management on Wildlife. In F. Cubbage (Ed), Forests and Forestry in the Americas: An Encyclopedia.  http://www.encyclopediaofforestry.org/index.php?title=Forestman05
  • Bardon, R. E., C. E. Moorman, and R. A. Hamilton. 2002. The urbanization of North Carolina. Journal of Forestry 100:57-58. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., and E. G. Darracq. 1997. Reforming student-professor relations: personal qualities to improve the wildlife management profession (Student Voices). Wildlife Society Bulletin 25(3):748-750.(PDF)

Edited Proceedings

  • MFord, K. R. Russell, and C. E. Moorman (Editors). 2002. The role of fire for nongame wildlife management and community restoration: traditional uses and new directions. US Forest Service General Technical Report. NE-288. (PDF)

Proceedings Chapters and Technical Reports

  • Rosche, S. B., C. E. Moorman, C. S. DePerno, and J. G. Jones. 2017. Effects of growing-season fire onnorthern bobwhite nest-site selection and survival. National Quail Symposium Proceedings: Vol. 8, Article 62. Available at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/nqsp/vol8/iss1/62
  • Richardson, A. D., C. E. Moorman, C. Harper, M. D. Jones, and B. M. Strope. 2017. Influence ofnorthern bobwhite nest-site selection on nest survival in an agricultural landscape. National Quail Symposium Proceedings: Vol. 8, Article 63. Available at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/nqsp/vol8/iss1/63
  • Moorman, C. E., and J. R. Riddle. 2009. Maximizing the benefits of field borders for bobwhite and early successional songbirds: what is the best design for implementation? Pp. 13-23 in W. Burger (ed.). Managing Working Lands for Northern Bobwhite: the USDA NRCS Bobwhite Restoration Project. USDA NRCS Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center. (PDF)
  • Harper, C. A., C. E. Moorman, and P.D. Keyser. 2008. Native grass and early successional wildlife habitat: Past lessons and a new vision. Proceedings of the Eastern Native Grass Symposium. 6:120-126. (PDF)
  • Moorman, C. E., P. T. Bromley, M. A. Megalos, and D. Drake. 2002. The role of non-industrial private forest lands in the conservation of southern fire-dependent wildlife. Pp. 116-123 in M. Ford, K. R. Russell, and C. E. Moorman (eds.), The role of fire for nongame wildlife management and community restoration: traditional uses and new directions from eastern and western perspectives. USDA Forest Service GTR-NE-288. (PDF)
  • Floyd, T. M., K. R. Russell, C. E. Moorman, D. H. Van Lear, D. C. Guynn, Jr., and J. D. Lanham. 2001. Effects of prescribed fire on herpetofauna within hardwood forests of the upper Piedmont of South Carolina: a preliminary analysis. Pp. 123-127 in W. Outcelt (ed.), Proceedings of the eleventh biennial southern silvicultural research conference. USDA Forest Service GTR-SRS-48.