Research Papers

Winton RS and River M (2017). The biogeochemical implications of massive gull flocks at landfills. Water Research 122: 440-446. DOI: 10.1016/J.WATRES.2017.05.076 (full text)

Wittig T, Cagle N, Ocampo-Peñuela N, Winton RS and Zambello E (2017). Species traits and local abundance affect bird-window collision frequency. Avian Conservation & Ecology 12(1): 17. DOI: 10.5751/ACE-01014-120117 (full text)

Winton RS and Richardson CJ. (2017) Topdown control of methane emission and nitrogen cycling by waterfowl. Ecology 98(1): 265-277. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1640 (full text)

Winton RS,  Moorman M and Richardson CJ. (2016) Waterfowl impoundments as sources of nitrogen pollution. Water, Air & Soil Pollution 227: 390. DOI: 0.1007/s11270-016-3082-x (full text)

Winton RS and Richardson CJ. (2016) A cost-effective method for remote sampling of static chambers to reduce soil disturbance-induced errors in measurement of wetland methane emissions. Wetlands Ecology and Management 24: 419 DOI: 10.1007/s11273-015-9468-5 (full text)

Ocampo-Peñuela N, Winton RS, Wu CJ, Zambello E, Wittig TW, Cagle NL. (2016) Patterns of bird-window collisions inform mitigation action on a university campus. PeerJ 4:e1652 (full text)

Winton, RS. 2016. Four elevational range extensions of bird of the Western Andes of Colombia and northwestern Ecuador. Ornitologia Colombiana 15: 107-110 (full text)

Winton RS and Richardson CJ. (2015) The effects of organic matter amendments on greenhouse gas emissions from a mitigation wetland in Virginia’s coastal plain. Wetlands 35(5) 969-979.  DOI: 10.1007/s13157-015-0674-y (full text)

Winton RS and Campbell S (2014) Multiple White-faced Ibises (Plegadis chihi) found at Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge. The Chat 78(2): 53-56. (PDF)

Pippen JS, Winton RS and Patteson B (2014) First Photographic Record of Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) in North Carolina. The Chat: 78(2): 48-52. (PDF)

Books

Winton RS. 2010. Birds of Tyler Place. Tyler Place Family Resort. Highgate Springs, Vermont.

Winton RS, Capobianco PB, Jaffe S, Khomut B, LaRose S, Conrad A. 2007. Birds of Brown University Campus. Brown University. Providence, RI.

Oral Conference Presentations

Winton RS and Richardson CJ Managing waterfowl impoundments for reduced methane emission and nitrogen export. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting. Corpus Christi, Texas. May 31 – June 4, 2016.

Winton RS and Richardson CJ The importance of incorporating plant and herbivore effects into studies of methane flux from neotropical wetlands.  Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation Annual Meeting.  Honolulu, Hawaii.  July 11-16, 2015.

Winton RS and Richardson CJ The effects of herbivory and hydrologic management on methane flux from a waterfowl impoundment. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting.  Providence, Rhode Island. May 31-June 4, 2015.

Winton RS and Richardson CJ The Effects Of Waterfowl Herbivory And Nutrient Subsidy On Methane Emissions From A Managed Freshwater Impoundment In Eastern North Carolina. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Portland, Oregon. May 18-23, 2014.

Winton RS and Richardson CJ Greenhouse gas dynamics in response to added organic matter in a freshwater mitigation wetland in southeastern Virginia. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting. Duluth, Minnesota. June 2-6, 2013.

Winton RS and Richardson CJ Greenhouse gas dynamics in response to added organic matter in a freshwater mitigation wetland in southeastern Virginia. Wetland Studies and Solutions Inc./Peterson Foundation Wetland Mitigation Research Symposium. March 13, 2013.

Winton RS, Perry J, Daniels L and Richardson, CJ Greenhouse gas emissions dynamics in response to organic matter loading rates in a created freshwater wetland. INTECOL International Wetlands Conference. Orlando, Florida. June 3-8, 2012.

Winton RS, Neighbarger R and Richardson CJ The effects of urban stream and riparian restoration on summer and winter avian populations. Society of Wetland Scientists South Atlantic/Mid Atlantic Joint Chapter Meeting. Reston, Virginia. March 7-8, 2011.

Poster Conference Presentations

Winton RS, Neighbarger R and Richardson CJ The effects of urban stream and riparian restoration of summer and winter avian populations. Joint meeting of Society of Wetland Scientists, Wetpol and Wetland Biogeochemistry Symposium. Prague, Czech Republic. July 3-8, 2011.

Popular Articles

Ocampo-Peñuela N and Winton RS. 2016. Bird-window collisions: A crash course for Duke University. North Carolina Wildlifer 31(1): 15-17. (PDF)

Ocampo-Peñuela N and Winton RS. 2015. Open Mic: Bird-window collisions and “green” buildings on Duke’s campus. American Birding Association Blog. (Blog)

Invited Talks

Ocampo-Penuela N and Winton RS. Bird window collisions and mitigation at Duke University. Forsyth Audubon Society. Winston-Salem, NC. April 26, 2016.

Ocampo-Penuela N and Winton RS. Bird window collisions and mitigation at Duke University. New Hope Audubon Society. Chapel Hill, NC. February 4, 2016.

Winton RS. Bird Biogeochemistry: Waterfowl mega-flock enhances wetland methane flux. Duke University Program in Ecology Graduate Research Symposium. Beaufort, NC. April 17, 2015.

Winton RS. Bird Biogeochemistry: Waterfowl mega-flock enhances wetland methane flux. East Carolina University Department of Biology. Greenville, NC. March 30, 2015

Winton RS. Mattamuskeet Waterfowl and Climate Change. Chapel Hill Bird Club. Chapel Hill, NC. February 24, 2014.

Winton RS. Bird Biogeochemistry at Mattamuskeet NWR. New Hope Audubon Society. Chapel Hill, NC. October 3, 2013.

Winton RS. Bird Biogeochemistry at Mattamuskeet NWR. Carolina Bird Club fall meeting. Litchfield Beach, SC. September 27-28, 2013.

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