Research at Hoxie Gorge

Faculty Grants

FACULTY

YEAR

GRANT

Baroni, T. J. 1989 Boletes in northeastern America. $800. Buffalo Museum of Science.
Baroni, T. J. 1986 Floristic survey of fleshy fungi of northeastern North America. $2,700. Buffalo Museum of Science.
Baroni, T. J. 1984 A biological control agent of the gypsy moth. $467. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Cirmo, C.P. 1999-2000 Nitrate dynamics in the Hoxie Gorge creek watershed during baseflow and storm events. $4,000. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Cirmo, C.P. 1999-2000 Temporal and spatial trends in concentration/discharge (C/Q) hysteresis in eastern streams. $2516. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1993-1996 Trail following in the eastern tent caterpillar. $199,995. NSF.
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1989-1991 Trail marking behavior of the eastern tent caterpillar. $97,000 NSF (Psychobiology).
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1989 Role of silk in leaf-shelter building behavior of caterpillars. $3,000. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Klotz, R. L. 1997-1998 Influence of beaver ponds on cycling of organic phosphorus. $2,980. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Klotz, R. L., T. Baroni, S. Broyles, and P. Ducey. 1994-1996 Quantitative and experimental investigations for field and environmental biology. $15,118. NSF.
Klotz, R. L. 1992-1995 The impact of beaver on the cycling of phosphorus in streams. $110,142. NSF.
Klotz, R. L. 1988-1989 Nitrogen and dentrification in Hoxie Gorge Creek. $3,188. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Klotz, R. L. 1985-1988 Regulation and importance of alkaline phosphatases and enzymehydrolyzable phosphorus in streams. $74,307. NSF Grant No. BSR-8500225.
Klotz, R. L. 1985 Research Matching Fund Program Grant. $6,923. The Research Foundation of SUNY.
Klotz, R. L. 1982-1983 Phosphatase activity and algal growth in agricultural and wooded stream. $495. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.
Klotz, R. L. 1980-1981 Watershed effects on river function. $460. Faculty Research Program, SUNY Cortland.


Student Grants

STUDENT

YEAR

GRANT

Aaroe, C. 1996 Effects of alterations in streamflow on distributions of streamside salamanders in New York State. $250. Upstate Herpetological Association.
Noce, S. 1995 New York State Museum.
Schramm, K. 1993 Upstate Herpetological Association.


Journal publications of research fully or partially conducted at the Hoxie Gorge property.

AUTHOR

YEAR

JOURNAL PUBLICATION

Aaroe, C. 1997 Streamside salamander distribution along altered sections of Hoxie Gorge Creek. Herp Beat 7(2):1-5.
Baroni, T. J. and R. E. Halling. 1989 New York State Agarica. I. Memoirs New York Botanical Garden. 49:173-180.
Broyles, S.B., S. L. Sherman-Broyles. 1997 Evidence of Outcrossing in Trillium erectum and Trillium gradiflorum (Liliaceae). The Journal of Heredity 88:825-329.
Ducey, P. K., K. Schramm and N. Cambry. 1994 Interspecific aggression between the sympatic salamanders, Ambystoma macultum and Plethodon cinereus. Amer. Mid. Naturalist 131:320-329.
Ducey, P.K. and S. Noce. 1998 Successful invasion of New York State by the terrestrial flatworm Bipalium adventitium. Northeastern Naturalist 5:199-206.
Ducey, P.K., M. Messere, K. LaPoint, and S. Noce.1999 Lumbricid prey and pontential herpetefaunal predators of the invading terrestrial flatworm Bipalium adventitium. American Midland Naturalist 141:305-314.
Edgerly, J. S. and T. D. Fitzgerald. 1982 An investigation of behavioral variability within colonies of the eastern tent caterpillar Malacosoma americanum (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). J. Kans. Entomol. Soc. 55:145-155.
Fitzgerald, T. D., T. M. Casey, and B. Joos. 1988 Daily foraging schedule of field colonies of the eastern tent caterpillar Malacosoma americanum. Oecologia 76:574-578.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and S. C. Peterson. 1988 Cooperative foraging and communication in social caterpillars. BioScience 38(1):20-25.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and J. T. Costa. 1986 Trail-based communication and foraging behavior of young colonies of the forest tent caterpillar Malacosoma disstria Hubn. (Hepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am 79:999-1007.
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1983 Caterpillar on a silken thread. Nat. Hist. 92:56-63.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and D. E. Willer. 1983 Tent building behavior of the eastern tent caterpillar Malacosoma americanum (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). J. Kans. Entomol. Soc. 56:20-31.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and S. C. Peterson. 1983 Elective recruitment communication by the eastern tent caterpillar (Malacosoma americanum). Anim. Behav. 32:417-42.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and J. S. Edgerly. 1982 Site of secretion of the trail marker of the eastern tent caterpillar. J. Chem. Ecol. 8:31-39.
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1980 An analysis of daily foraging patterns of laboratory colonies of the eastern tent caterpillar, Malacosoma americanum (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae), recorded photoelectronically. Can. Ent. 112:731-738.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and J. S. Edgerly. 1979 Specificity of trail markers of forest and eastern tent caterpillars. J. Chem. Ecol. 5:564-574.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and J. S. Edgerly. 1979 Exploration and recruitment in field colonies of the eastern tent caterpillar. J. Georgia Entomol. Soc. 14:312-314.
Fitzgerald, T. D. 1976 Trail marking by larvae of the eastern tent caterpillar. Science 194:961- 93.
Fitzgerald, T. D. and E. M. Gallagher. 1976 A chemical trail factor from the silk of the eastern tent caterpillar Malacosoma americanum (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). J. Chem. Ecol.2:564-574.
Joos, B., T. M. Casey, T. D. Fitzgerald and W. A. Buttemer. 1988 Roles of the tent in behavioral thermoregulation of eastern tent caterpillars. Ecology 69(6):2004-2011.
Klotz, R. L. 1998 The influence of beaver ponds on the phosphorus concentration of stream water. Can. J. Fish. Aquatic Sci. 55:1228-1235.
Klotz, R. L. 1992 Factors influencing alkaline phosphatase activity of stream epilithon. J. Freshwat. Ecol. 7:233-242.
Klotz, R. L. 1991 Temporal relation between soluble reactive phosphorus and factors in stream water and sediments in Hoxie Gorge Creek, New York. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48:84- 90.
Klotz, R. L. 1991 Cycling of phosphatase hydrolyzable phosphorus in streams. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48:1460-1467.
Klotz, R. L. 1988 Sediment control of soluble reactive phosphorus in Hoxie Gorge Creek, new York. Can. J. Fish Aquat. Sci. 45:2026-2034.
Klotz, R. L. 1985 Factors controlling phosphorus limitation in stream sediments. Limnol. Oceanogr. 30:543-553.
Klotz, R. L. 1985 Influence of light on the alkaline phosphatase activity of Selenastrum capricornutum (Chlorophyceae) in streams. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 42:384-388.
Miller, S. 1999 Hybridization between Desmognathus fuscus and Desmognathus ochrophaeus in central New York. Herp Beat 10 (3):1-4.
Songster-Alpin, M. S. and R. L. Klotz. 1995 A comparison of electron transport system (ETS) activity in stream and beaver pond sediments. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52 :1318-1326.


Student research projects utilizing Hoxie Gorge (only a partial listing).

RESEARCH PROJECT

STUDENT

Histochemistry of Resinomycena rhododendrii
Amy Bryan
Analysis of the lichen flora of Hoxie Gorge
Michael Rubin
Fungus insect relationships: biological control of the gypsy moth?
Brenda Griffin
Experimental mushroom culture using Lepista nuda
Gene Kleinsmith
Culturing of Marasmius resinosa
Gary Genna
Culturing of mushrooms of Hoxie Gorge
Scott Gordon
Mating studies on Mycena leaiana
Allison Lindquist
The effects of different types of growth media on the growth rate of Pleurotus ostreatus
Daniel Tinney
Population studies on Mycena leaiana
Steve Wormsley
Paper chromatography and urea detection in some members of the Entolomataceae
P. Carey
Culture technique and growth studies on Entolomataceae
Phillip Carey
Effects of alterations in streamflow on salamander distributions along Hoxie Gorge creek
Candice Aaroe
Hybridization in Ambystoma Salamanders
Scott Miller
Concentration/discharge trends in baseline stream chemistry
Flavia Wood
Dynamics of stormflow hydrology and chemistry
C.Doroski, P. Walter, S. Idzik, W. Wasilawsk