Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Hennessy, C., T. Tsai, W. Beatty, J. C. Beasley, P. A. Zollner, and O. E. Rhodes, Jr. 2015. Elucidation of Population Connectivity in Synanthropic Mesopredators: Using Genes to Define Relevant Spatial Scales for Management of Raccoons and Virginia Opossums. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(1), pp. 112-121.

Fike, J.A., Hennessy, C.A.*, Kennedy, M.L., and O.E. Rhodes. 2013. Microsatellite markers for the gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) and their utility in fox squirrels (Sciurus niger) and red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus). Conservation Genetics Resources 5(3), pp. 679-681. *Corresponding author

Beasley, J.C., Eagan, T.S., Page, L.K., Hennessy, C.A., and O.E. Rhodes. 2013. Baylisascaris procyonis infection in white-footed mice: predicting patterns of infection from landscape habitat attributes. Journal of Parasitology 99(3), pp. 423-432.

Hennessy, C.A., J. Dubach, and S.D. Gehrt. 2012. Long-term bonding and occasional den-sharing in a population of urban coyotes (Canis latrans). Journal of Mammalogy 93(3) pp. 732-742.

In Preparation

Hennessy, C, T. Tsai, W.S. Beatty, J.C. Beasley, P.A. Zollner, and O.E. Rhodes, Jr. Unexpected effects of drainage culvert properties on raccoon and opossum population connectivity. (In Prep)

PhD Dissertation

Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, December 2012

The intersection of life history characteristics and anthropogenic barriers: a genetic investigation of six mammal species in Indiana

Advisor: Olin E. “Gene” Rhodes, Jr., Co-Advisor: Pat Zollner

Committee Members: Rob Swihart, Krista Nichols

Agency Reports

Assessment of the role of interstate highways as barriers to gene flow and metapopulation persistence in mammals from Indiana: 2009 Wildlife Diversity Report

Assessment of the role of interstate highways as barriers to gene flow and metapopulation persistence in mammals from Indiana: 2011 Wildlife Diversity Report

Assessment of the role of interstate highways as barriers to gene flow and metapopulation persistence in mammals from Indiana: 2012 Wildlife Diversity Report

Master’s Thesis

THE Ohio State University, School of Environment and Natural Resources, December 2007

Mating strategies and pack structure of coyotes in an urban landscape: a genetic investigation

Advisor: Stan Gehrt

Committee Members: Robert Gates, Jean Dubach, Thomas Waite

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