USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
10300 Baltimore Avenue
Beltsville, MD 20705
Wildlife Science, Cornell University 1975
Dissertation: Wood Duck Ecology and Management within the Green-Timber Impoundments at Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
B.S. Electrical Engineering , Clarkson College of Technology, 1966
|Areas of Expertise/Interest:
Field studies of
waterfowl and wetland birds, e.g., stopover ecology of migrant shore and
wetland birds, ecology of wintering waterfowl on Chesapeake Bay;
application of stable isotope methods to food habits and trophic
investigations; use of conventional VHF and satellite telemetry with birds;
wetland dynamics and restoration; island ecology and management for
Achievement Awards 1989, 1994
The effect of nutria (Myocastor coypus) on marsh loss in the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland: an exclosure study
Development of a sience-based monitoring program for nutria in Maryland's coastal marshes: use of remote sensing techniques to estimate detection probabilities and site occupancy rates
Use of stable isotopes to determine the relative importance of horseshoe hrab eggs to long-distance migrant shorebirds in Delaware Bay
Length of stay, survival, habitat use, and migration characteristics of fall migrant Soras (Porzana carolina) on the Patuxent River Marsh as determined by radio telemetry
wild rice to the Patuxent River marshes
Haramis, G. M and G. D. Kearns. 2007. Herbivory by resident geese: the loss and recovery of wild rice along the tidal Patuxent River. J. Wildl. Manage. 71(3) 788-794.
Haramis, G. M., W. A. Link, P. C. Osenton, D. B. Carter, R. G Weber, N. A. Clark, M. A. Teece, and D. S MIzrahi, 2007. Stable isotope and pen feeding trial studies confirm the value of horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus eggs to spring migrant shorebirds in Delaware Bay. J. Avian Biol. 38: 367-376
Haramis, G. M., D. G. Jorde, G. H. Olsen, D. B. Stotts, and M. K. Harrison, Sr. 2002. Breeding performance of Smith Island black ducks. Pages 22-30 in M.C. Perry, ed. Black ducks and Their Chesapeake Bay Habitats: Proceedings of a Symposium. U.S. Geological Survey Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2002-0005.
Haramis, G. M., D. G. Jorde, S. A. Macko, and J. L. Walker. 2001. Stable-isotope analysis of canvasback winter diet in upper Chesapeake Bay. Auk 118(4):1008-1017.
Jorde, D. G., G. M. Haramis, C. M. Bunck, and G. W. Pendleton. 1995. Effects of diet on rate of body mass gain by wintering canvasbacks. J. Wildl. Manage. 59:31-39.
Haramis, G. M., E. L. Derleth, and W. A. Link. 1994. Flock sizes and sex ratios of canvasbacks in Chesapeake Bay and North Carolina. J. Wildl. Manage. 58:123-131.
Haramis, G. M., D. G. Jorde, and C. M. Bunck. 1993. Survival of hatching-year female canvasbacks on Chesapeake Bay. J. Wildl. Manage. 57:763-771.
Haramis, G. M. 1990. Breeding ecology of the wood duck: a review. Pages 45-60 in L. H. Fredrickson, G. V. Burger, S. P. Havera, D. A. Graber, R. E. Kirby, and T. S. Taylor, eds. Proc. 1988 North American Wood Duck Symposium, 20-22 February, 1988, St. Louis, MO.
Haramis, G. M. J. D. Nichols, K. H. Pollock, and J. E Hines. 1986. The relationship between body mass and survival of wintering canvasbacks. Auk 103:506-514.
Haramis, G. M.
and D. Q Thompson. 1985. Density-production characteristics of box-nesting
wood ducks in a northern green-tree impoundment. J. Wildl. Manage.
Nichols, J. D. and G. M. Haramis. 1980. Sex-specific differences in winter distribution of canvasbacks. Condor 82: 406-416.
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