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Areas of Study

Biology and Monitoring of Diamondback Terrapins in the Chesapeake Bay

The Eastern Box Turtle at USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, MD

Determining the Relative Sensitivity of Avian Species to Endocrine Active Compounds

Multi-generational Effects of Endocrine Active Compounds in Birds



Henry, P. F. P., G. M. Haramis, and D. D. Day. 2016. Evaluating a portable cylindrical bait trap to capture diamondback terrapins in salt marsh. Wildlife Society Bulletin 40(1):160-168. Abstract

Beyer, W. N., N. T. Basta, R. L. Chaney, P. F. P. Henry, D. E. Mosby, B. A. Rattner, K. G. Sheckel, D. Sprague, and J. Weber. 2016. Bioaccessibility tests accurately estimate bioavailability of lead to quail. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Online Early February 15 Abstract


Converse, P. E., S. R. Kuchta, W. M. Roosenburg, P. F. P. Henry, G. M. Haramis, and T. L. King. 2015. Spatiotemporal analysis of gene flow in Chesapeake Bay Diamondback Terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin). Molecular Ecology 24:5864-5876. Abstract


Beyer, W. N., Y. Chen, P. Henry, T. May, D. Mosby, B. A. Rattner, V. I. Shearn-Bochsler, D. Sprague, and J. Weber. 2014. Toxicity of Pb-contaminated soil to Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) and the use of the blood–dietary Pb slope in risk assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 10(1):22-29. Abstract


Henry, P. F. P., V. G. Akuffo, Y. Chen, N. K. Karouna-Renier, D. T. Sprague, and M. R. Bakst. 2012. Effect of 17 beta-trenbolone on male and female reproduction in Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica). Avian Biology Research 5(2):61-68. Abstract


Brubaker, J. L., N. K. Karouna-Renier, Y. Chen, K. Jenko, D. T. Sprague, and P. F. P. Henry. 2011. A noninvasive, direct real-time PCR method for sex determination in multiple avian species. Molecular Ecology Resources 11(2):415-417. Abstract

Haramis, G. M., P. F. P. Henry, and D. D. Day. 2011. Using scrape fishing to document terrapins in hibernacula in Chesapeake Bay. Herpetological Review 42(2):170-177.


Linder, G., B. Palmer, E. E. Little, C. L. Rowe, and P. F. P. Henry. 2010. Physiological ecology of amphibians and reptiles: Natural history and life history attibutes framing chemical exposure in the field. Pages 105-166 in Donald W. Sparling, Greg Linder, Christine A. Bishop, and Sherry K. Krest, editors. Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Reptiles. 2nd edition. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, Florida. xxv, 916 pp. Abstract


Ferebee, K. B. and P. F. P. Henry. 2008. Movements and distribution of Terrapene carolina in a large urban area, Rock Creek National Park, Washington, D.C. Pages 365-372 in Joseph C. Mitchell, Robin E. Jung Brown, and Breck Bartholomew, editors. Urban Herpetology. Herpetological Conservation 3. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Salt Lake City, Utah. xvii, 586 pp. Abstract  

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