Publications

Students in bold. Feel free to email for any reprints (luke.dodd@eku.edu).

Dodd, L.E., N.S. Skowronski, M.B. Dickinson, L.K. Rieske, and M.J. Lacki. 2016. Modeling activity of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) at Mammoth Cave National Park using remotely-sensed descriptors of forest canopy structure, In: Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 11th Research Symposium, ed. S.R. Trimboli, Mammoth Cave National Park. PDF Link.

Fulton, S.A., L.E. Dodd, and L.K. Rieske. 2016. Evaluating the energetic value of Lepidoptera using bomb calorimetry, In: Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 11th Research Symposium, ed. S.R. Trimboli, Mammoth Cave National Park. PDF Link.

Griffitts, R.E., L.E. Dodd, and M.J. Lacki. 2016. The activity of Myotis sodalis and Myotis septentrionalis changes on the landscape of Mammoth Cave National Park following the arrival of White-nose Syndrome, In: Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 11th Research Symposium, ed. S.R. Trimboli, Mammoth Cave National Park. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, J.S. Johnson, and L.K. Rieske. 2015. Prey size and dietary niche of Rafinesque’s big-eared bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii). Southeastern Naturalist, 14, 685-696.

Lacki, M.J., L.E. Dodd, R.S. Toomey, S.C. Thomas, Z.L. Couch, and B.S. Nichols. 2015. Body condition of cave-hibernating bats during staging and swarming in Mammoth Cave National Park, Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. 6:xx–xx, e1944-687X, doi: 10.3996/042015-JFWM-033. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, D.C. Cox, and L.K. Rieske. 2014. Prey consumed by bats across Central Appalachia prior to the detection of White-nose Syndrome. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 75, 85-93. PDF Link.

Fulton, S.A., L.E. Dodd, and L.K. Rieske. 2014. Riparian habitats are important to foraging bats in the Bluegrass Region’s urban parks. Urban Naturalist, 3, 1-13. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., Z. Cornett, A. Smith, and L.K. Rieske. 2013. Variation in lepidopteran occurrence in hemlock-dominated and deciduous-dominated forests of Central Appalachia. The Great Lakes Entomologist, 46, 1-12.

Dodd, L.E., and L.F. Faust. 2013. Seasonal occurrence and habitat affiliations of Lampyridae at Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 74, 41-42. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., M.A. Floyd, and D.A. Etnier. 2013. Seasonal occurrence and habitat affiliations of Trichoptera at Mammoth Cave National Park, In: Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 10th Research Symposium, ed. S.R. Trimboli, Mammoth Cave National Park, Pp. 44-49 (of 207 p). PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., and L. K. Rieske. 2013. Variation in nocturnal Lepidoptera and other insects in a second-growth forest. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 74, 3-9. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., N. S. Skowronski, M. B. Dickinson, M. J. Lacki, and L. K. Rieske. 2013. Using LiDAR to link forest canopy structure with bat activity and insect occurrence: preliminary findings, In: Proceedings of Mammoth Cave National Park’s 10th Research Symposium, ed. S.R. Trimboli, Mammoth Cave National Park, Pp. 50-57 (of 207 p). PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., E.G. Chapman, J.D. Harwood, M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske. 2012. Identification of prey of Myotis septentrionalis using DNA-based techniques. Journal of Mammalogy, 93, 1119-1128.

Dodd, L.E., and J.S. Johnson. 2012. Observations of potential spring mating behavior in the eastern pipistrelle (Perimyotis subflavus). Bat Research News, 53, 37-38. PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, E.R. Britzke, D. A. Buehler, P.D. Keyser, J.L. Larkin, A.D. Rodewald, T.B. Wigley, P.B. Wood, and L.K. Rieske. 2012. Forest structure affects trophic linkages: how silvicultural disturbance impacts bats and their insect prey. Forest Ecology and Management, 267, 262-270.

Johnson, J.S., L.E. Dodd, J.D. Keyser, T.S. Peterson, and K.S. Watrous. 2012. Food habits of Myotis leibii in the Appalachian Ridge and Valley of West Virginia. Northeastern Naturalist, 19, 665-672.

Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske. 2011. Habitat associations of Lepidoptera in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 84, 271-284.

Lacki, M.J., and L.E. Dodd. 2011. Diet and foraging behavior of Corynorhinus bats in eastern North America, In: Conservation and management of eastern big-eared bats: a symposium, eds. Loeb, S.C., M. J. Lacki, and D.A. Miller, General Technical Report, SRS-145, Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Pp. 39-52 (of 157 p). PDF Link.

Lacki, M.J., D.C. Cox, L.E. Dodd, and M.B. Dickinson. 2009. Response of northern bats (Myotis septentrionalis) to prescribed fires in eastern Kentucky forests. Journal of Mammalogy, 90, 1165-1175.

Dodd, L.E., M.J. Lacki, and L.K. Rieske. 2008. Variation in moth occurrence and the implications for foraging habitat of the Ozark big-eared bat. Forest Ecology and Management, 255, 3866-3872.

Dodd, L.E., and J.K. Adkins. 2007. Observations of mating behavior in the eastern red bat (Lasiurus borealis). Bat Research News, 48, 155-156.PDF Link.

Dodd, L.E., and M.J. Lacki. 2007. Prey consumed by Corynorhinus townsendii ingens in the Ozark Mountain region. Acta Chiropterologica, 9, 451–461.

Lacki, M.J., J.S. Johnson, L.E. Dodd, and M.D. Baker. 2007. Prey consumption of insectivorous bats in coniferous forests of north-central Idaho. Northwest Science, 81, 199-205.

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