* Denotes undergraduate student author, ** Denotes masters student author

Zappalorti, R., A. M. Tutterow*, S. E. Pittman, J. E. Lovich. In press. Hatching success and predation of bog turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii) eggs in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Chelonian Conservation and Biology.

Mutascio, H.**, S. E. Pittman, P. A. Zollner. 2017. Investigating movement behavior of invasive Burmese pythons on a shy-bold continuum using individual-based modeling. Brazilian Journal of Nature Conservation 15:25 – 31.

Tutterow, A.*, G. Graeter, S. E. Pittman. 2017. Bog turtle demographics in the southern population. Copeia 105:293-300.

Greene, K.*, S. E Pittman, and M. E. Dorcas. 2016. The effects of conspecifics on burrow selection in juvenile spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum). Journal of Ethology 34:309-314.

Pittman, S. E., R. Muthukrishnan, N. M. West, A. S. Davis, N. Jordan, J. D. Forester. 2015. Mitigating the invasive spread of an exotic biofuel crop, Miscanthus x giganteus. Biological Invasions 17: 3247 – 3261.

Chase, F. W.,* B. E. Hardie*, M. M. Kern, S. E. Pittman, L. A. Harden, M. E. Dorcas. 2015. Evaluation of two individual identification techniques for spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum). Herpetological Review 46:192 – 196.

Strickland, J. C.*, C. H. Bahram*, L. A. Harden, S. E. Pittman, M. M. Kern, M. E. Dorcas. 2014. Life-history costs of reproductive behaviors in a wetland-breeding amphibian. Journal of Freshwater Ecology.

Pittman, S. E., K. M. Hart, M. E. Dorcas, R. W. Snow, M. S. Cherkiss, I. Fujisaki, F. J. Mazzotti. 2014. Homing of translocated invasive Burmese pythons in South Florida: Evidence for map and compass senses in snakes. Biology Letters.

Pittman, S. E., M. Osbourn, and R. Semlitsch. 2014. Movement ecology of pond-breeding amphibians: A missing component for understanding population declines. Biological Conservation. 169:44-53

Pittman, S. E., M. Osbourn, D. Drake, and R. Semltisch. 2013. Predation of juvenile ringed salamanders (Ambystoma annulatum) during initial movement out of natal ponds. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 8:681-687.

Pittman, S. E. and R. D. Semlitsch. 2013. Habitat type and distance to edge affect movement behavior of juvenile pond-breeding salamanders. Journal of Zoology. 291:154-162.

Hocking, D. J., G. M. Connette, C. C. Connor, B. R. Scheffers, S. E. Pittman, W. E. Peterman, and R. D. Semlitsch. 2013. Effects of experimental forest management on a terrestrial, woodland salamander in Missouri. Forest Ecology and Management. 287:32-39.

Osbourn, M., S. E. Pittman, and R. D. Semlitsch. 2012. Ambystoma annulatum (Ringed Salamander) and A. maculatum (Spotted Salamander). Climbing behavior. Herpetological Review.

Pittman, S. E., T. King, S. Faurby, and M. E. Dorcas. 2011. Genetic and demographic status of an isolated bog turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii) population: implications for conserving small populations of long-lived animals. Conservation Genetics 12:1589-1601.

Pittman, S. E. and M. E. Dorcas. 2009. Movements, habitat use, and thermal ecology of an isolated population of bog turtles (Glyptemys muhlenbergii).  Copeia 2009:781-790.

Harden, L. A., S. E. Pittman, J. W. Gibbons, and M. E. Dorcas. 2009. Development of a rapid assessment technique for diamondback terrapin (Malaclemmys terrapin) populations using head-count surveys. Applied Herpetology 6:237-245.

Pittman, S. E., A. L. Jendrek, S. J. Price, and M. E. Dorcas. 2008. Habitat use and site fidelity of Cope’s gray treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis) at the aquatic-terrestrial ecotone. Journal of Herpetology. 42:378-385.

Pittman, S. E. and M. E. Dorcas. 2006. Catawba River corridor coverboard program: a citizen science approach to amphibian and reptile inventory. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science. 122:142-151.