Publications


Bibliography:

Hoogland, J. L., J. F. Cully, L. S. Rayor, and J. P. Fitzgerald. 2012 (August). Conflicting research on the demography, ecology, and social behavior of Gunnisons prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni). Journal of Mammalogy.

Sidle, J. G., D. J. Augustine, D. H. Johnson, S. D. Miller, J. F. Cully, Jr. and R. P. Reading. 2012. Aerial surveys adjusted by ground surveys to estimate area occupied by black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:248-256.

Johnson, T.L., J. F. Cully, Jr., S. K. Collinge, C. Ray, C. M. Frey, and B. K. Sandercock. 2011. Spread of plague among black-tailed prairie dogs is associated with colony spatial characteristics. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:357-368.

Cully, J. F., Jr., S. K. Collinge, R. E. VanNimwegen, C. Ray, W. C. Johnson, B. Thiagarajan, D. B. Conlin, and B. E. Holmes. Spatial variation in keystone effects: Small mammal diversity associated with black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Ecography 33:667-677.

Antolin, M.F., D.E. Biggins, C.J. Brand, J. F. Cully, L.E. Ellison, K.L. Gage, and T.E. Rocke. 2010. Eds. Special Issue: Symposium on the Ecology of Plague and its Effects On Wildlife. Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10(1):1-103

Cully, J. F., Jr., T. L. Johnson, S. K. Collinge, and C. Ray. 2010. Disease limits populations: Plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10:7-15.

Bai, Y., M. Y. Kosoy, C. H. Calisher, J. F. Cully, Jr., and S. K. Collinge. 2009. Effects of Rodent Community Diversity and composition on prevalence of an endemic bacterial pathogen - Bartonella. Biodiversity 10:3-11.

VanNimwegen, R. L., J. Kretzer, and J. F. Cully. 2008. Ecosystem Engineering by a colonial mammal: how black-tailed prairie dogs structure rodent communities. Ecology 89:3298-3305.

Brinkerhoff, R.J., C. Ray, B. Thiagarajan, S. K. Collinge, J. F. Cully, Jr., B. Holmes, and K. L. Gage. 2008. Keystone hosts: Prairie dogs affect occurrence patterns of disease vectors on small mammals. Ecography 31:654-662.

Thiagarajan, B., J. F. Cully, Jr., T. M. Loughin, J. A. Montenieri, and K. L. Gage. 2008. Geographic variation in rodent-flea relationships in the presence of black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Journal of Vector Ecology 33:178-190.

T. Bala, Y. Bai, K. L. Gage, and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2008. Prevalence of Yersinia pestis in rodents and fleas associated with black-tailed prairie dogs at Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44: 731-736.

Augustine, D. J., M. R. Matchett, T. P. Toombs, J. F. Cully, Jr., T. L. Johnson, J. D. Sidle. 2008. Spatiotemporal dynamics of black-tailed prairie dog colonies affected by plague. Landscape Ecology 23:255-267.

Collinge, S. K., C Ray, and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2008. Effects of disease on keystone species, dominant species, and their communities. Pps 129-144. In: Ostfeld, Evener, and Keesing (eds.) Effects of Ecosystems on Disease and of Diseases on Ecosystems. Princeton University Press.

Augustine, D. J., J. F. Cully, Jr., and T. L. Johnson. 2007. Influence of fire on black-tailed prairie dog colony expansion in shortgrass steppe. Rangeland Ecosystem Management 60:538-542.

Winter, S.L., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2007. Burrowing owl associations with black-tailed prairie dog colonies in southwestern Kansas and southeastern Colorado. Prairie Naturalist 39:69-75.

Bai, Y., M. J. Kosoy, J. F. Cully, Jr., T. Bala, C. Ray, S. K. Collinge. 2007. Acquisition of nonspecific Bartonella strains by the northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster). FEMS Microbiol Ecol 61:438-448.

Kostelnick, J. C., D. L. Peterson, S. L. Egbert, K. M. McNyset, and J. F. Cully. 2007. Ecological niche modeling of black-tailed prairie dog habitats in Kansas using geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and the genetic algorithm for rule-set prediction (GARP). Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 110:187-200.

Cully, J. F., Jr., D. E. Biggins, and D. S. Seery. 2006. Conservation of black-tailed prairie dogs in areas with a history of sylvatic plague. Chapter 11 in Conservation of the Black-tailed Prairie Dog. J. L. Hoogland (ed).

Collinge, S. K., W. C. Johnson, C. Ray, R. Matchett, J. Gersten, J. F. Cully, Jr., K. L. Gage, M. L. Kosoy, J. E. Loye, and A. P. Martin. 2005. Landscape structure and plague occurrence in black-tailed prairie dogs. Landscape Ecology 20:941-955.

Johnson, T. L., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2005. Effects of colony connectivity on the spread of sylvatic plague (Yersinia pestis) in black-tailed prairie dogs across the Great Plains. Second Symposium proceedings, The history, ecology, and economy of the Thunder Basin prairie ecosystem. J. B. Haufler, ed. CD

Collinge, S. K., W. C. Johnson, C. Ray, R. Matchett, J. Gersten, J. F. Cully, Jr., K. L. Gage, M. L. Kosoy, J. E. Loye, and A. P. Martin. 2005. Testing the generality of a trophic cascade model for plague. Ecohealth 2:1-12.

Jensen, W. E., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2005. Geographic variation in cowbird parasitism and dickcissel nesting success in great plains tallgrass prairie. The Auk 122:648-660.

Winter, S.L., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2005. Lack of brown-headed cowbird nest parasitism in a shortgrass region. Prairie Naturalist 37:43-45.

Jensen, W. E., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2005. Density-dependent habitat selection by a brood-parasitic cowbird in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia 142:136-149.

Pearse, A. T., J. F. Cavitt, and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2004. Effects of food supplementation on female nest attentiveness and incubation Mate-feeding in two sympatric wren species. Wilson Bulletin .

Winter, S. L., J. F. Cully, Jr., and J. S. Pontius. 2003. Breeding season avifauna of prairie dog colonies and non-colonized areas in short-grass prairie. Transactions, Kansas Academy of Science 106:129-138.

Cully, A. C., J. F. Cully, Jr., and R D. Hiebert. 2003. Exotic plant species in tallgrass prairie fragments. Conservation Biology 17:990-998.

Keller, A. D., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2002. Small mammal responses to tallgrass prairie restoration from fescue pastures (Kansas). Ecological Restoration 20:279-280.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 2002. Plague in black-tailed prairie dogs: implications for management at Thunder Basin National Grassland. Symposium proceedings, The history, ecology, and economy of the Thunder Basin prairie ecosystem. N. Geehan and J. B. Haufler, eds.

Winter, S.L., J. F. Cully, Jr., and J. S. Pontius. 2002. Vegetation of prairie dog colonies and non-colonized areas in southwest Kansas and southeast Colorado. Journal of Range Management 55:502-508

Miller, S. D., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2001. Black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) Conservation: Introduction to the Special Section. Journal of Mammalogy 82:889-893.

Cully, J. F., Jr. and E. S. Williams. 2001. Interspecific comparisons of sylvatic plague in prairie dogs. Journal of Mammalogy 82:894-905.

Kretzer, J. A., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2001. Black-tailed prairie dog effects on reptile and amphibian community composition in Kansas shortgrass prairie. Southwestern Naturalist 46:171-177.

Kretzer, J.E., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2001. A new Kansas record for Bolborhombus sallaei sallaei Bates (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 74:56.

Kretzer, J. A., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2001. Prairie dog effects on harvester ant species diversity and density. Journal of Range Management 54:11-14.

Stewart, A., S. Egbert, C. Lauver, E. Martinko, K. Price, D. Peterson, S. Park, C. Blodgett, and J. Cully. 2000. Land cover mapping for GAP: a hybrid classification approach to identifying the vegetation of Kansas. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

Winter, S.L., R. E. Charlton, and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2000. A new county breeding record for black-billed magpies: Symptom of habitat changes in a grassland landscape. Bulletin of the Kansas Ornithological Society 51:25-28.

Cully, J. F., Jr. and S. L. Winter. 2000. Evaluation of Land Condition Trend Analysis for birds on a Kansas military training site. Environmental Management 25:625-633.

Cully, J. F., Jr. and H. L. Michaels. 2000. Henslow’s sparrow habitat associations on Kansas tallgrass prairie. Wilson Bulletin 112:115-123.

Cully, J. F., Jr., L. G. Carter, and K. L. Gage. 2000. New records of sylvatic plague in Kansas. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 36:389-392.

Hoch, G. A., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 1999. Effects of temporal variability in ground data collection on classification accuracy. Geocarto International 14:5-11.

Cully, J. F., Jr., P. R. Lemons, II, and R. D. Applegate. 1999. Results of a wild turkey release in Kansas tallgrass prairie. Prairie Naturalist 31: 33-41.

Winter, S. L., J. F. Cully, Jr., and J. S. Pontius. 1999. Influence of prairie dogs on vegetation in Kansas shortgrass prairie. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference (eds.J. Thorpe, T. Steeves, and M. Gollop), Provincial Museum of Alberta, Natural History Occasional Paper No. 24, Edmonton.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1999. Lone star tick abundance, fire, and bison grazing in tallgrass prairie. J. Range Manage. 52:139-144.

Michaels, H. L., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 1998. Landscape and fine scale habitat associations of the loggerhead shrike. Wilson Bull. 110:474-482.

Cully, J. F., Jr, A. M. Barnes, T. J. Quan, and G. Maupin. 1997. Dynamics of plague in a Gunnison’s prairie dog complex from New Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 33(4):706-719.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1997. Growth and life history changes in Gunnison's prairie dog after a plague epizootic. Journal of Mammalogy 78:146-157.

Cully, J. F., Jr., and G. A. Kaufman. 1997. Kansas: An example of Gap Partnering. Gap Analysis Bulletin 6:29-31.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1996. Book Review of Investigation and Management of disease in wild animals. by G.A. Wobesser. 1994. Journal of Mammalogy, 77:904-907.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1996. Black-tailed prairie dogs: key to the shortgrass prairie ecosystem. The Plains Keeper 10:2.

Block, W.M., F. Clemente, J. F. Cully, Jr., J.L. Dick, A.B. Franklin, J.L. Ganey, F.P. Howe, W.H. Moir, S.L. Spangle, S.E. Rinkevich, D.L. Urban, J.P. Ward, Jr., G.C. White, and R. Vahle. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service. 1995. Recovery Plan for the Mexican Spotted Owl (Strix oxidentalis lucida): Vol 1. Albuquerque, NM. 172 pp.

Fiedler, C.E., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 1995. A silvicultural approach to develop Mexican spotted owl habitat in southwest forests. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 10:144-148.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1993. Plague, prairie dogs and black-footed ferrets. pps 38-49, in: R. Crete and D. Biggins eds., Proceedings of the Symposium on the: Management of prairie dog complexes for the reintroduction of the black-footed ferret. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Report 13.

Cully, J. F., Jr., and William Austin. 1993. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants; Final rule to list the Mexican spotted owl as a threatened species. Federal Register. 14248-14271.

Cully, J. F., Jr. (Buck). 1992. The endangered species act protects biodiversity. The Green Fire Report, September/October 1992:1-3.

Cully, J. F., Jr., T. G. Streit, and P. B. Heard. 1992. Transmission of La Crosse virus by four strains of Aedes albopictus to and from the eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus). Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 8:237-240.

Cully, J. F., Jr., P. B. Heard, D. M. Wesson and G. B. Craig, Jr. 1991. Antibodies to La Crosse in eastern chipmunks in Indiana near an Aedes albopictus population. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 7:651-653.

Cully, J. F., Jr., J. P. Grieco and D. Kissel. 1991. Eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus) defensive behavior against the treehole mosquito (Aedes triseriatus). Journal of Medical Entomology. 28:410-416.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1991. Response of raptors to a prairie dog plague epizootic. American Midland Naturalist. 125:140-149.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1989. Plague in prairie dog ecosystems: importance for black-footed ferret management. in:T.W. Clark and D.K. Hinkley eds., The prairie dog ecosystem: managing for ecological diversity. B.L.M Wildlife Tech. Bull., 2:47-55.

Cully, A.C., and J.F. Cully, Jr. 1989. Spatial and temporal variability in perennial and annual vegetation at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Great Basin Naturalist. 49:113-122.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1988. Gunnison's prairie dog: An important prey species for ferruginous hawks, golden, and bald eagles. pps. 260-264 in: R. Glinski, B. Millsap, S. Hoffman, and B. Pendleton eds. Proceedings of the Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop, National Wildlife Federation Scientific and Technical Series No. 11.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1987. Autumnal breeding acorn woodpeckers in southern New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist. 32:399

Cully, J. F., Jr. and J. D. Ligon. 1986. Seasonality of mobbing intensity in the pinyon jay. Ethology, 71:333-339.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1986. Mobbing behavior of a pair of elegant trogons. Condor, 88:103-104.

Hoditschek, B., J.F. Cully, Jr., T.L. Best, and C. Painter. 1985. Least Shrew (Cryptotis parva) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 30:600-601.

Cully, A.C., and J.F. Cully, Jr. 1985. Vegetative cover, diversity, and annual plant productivity, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Pps. 47-78 In Mathien, F.J. (ed.) Environment and subsistence at Chaco Canyon. Publications in Archeology, 18E, Chaco Canyon Studies. National Park Service, Santa Fe.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1985. Baseline biology of birds and mammals at Chaco Canyon National Monument. Pps. 279-304 In Mathien, F.J. (ed.) Environment and subsistence at Chaco Canyon. Publications in Archeology, 18E, Chaco Canyon Studies. National Park Service, Santa Fe.

Cully, J. F., Jr. 1984. Diversity, stability and the deer mouse: implications for archeology. In Judge, W.J., and J.D. Schelberg (eds.) Recent Research in Chacoan prehistory. Reports of the Chaco Center, No. 8. National Park Service, Albuquerque.

Cully, J. F., Jr. and J. D. Ligon. 1976. Comparative mobbing behavior of scrub and Mexican Jays. The Auk, 93:116-125.

 

Invited Seminars:

Cully, J. F., Jr. Who Where, When, Why: History of conservation of prairie dogs. Workshop on conservation of prairie dogs. The Nature Conservancy, Denver, CO 26 October 2010. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. The current geography of prairie dogs, ferrets, and Plague. Workshop on conservation of prairie dogs. The Nature Conservancy, Denver, CO 26 October 2010. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr, Impacts of Hantavirus risks on a small mammal field study. CDC Workshop on Wildlife Biologist Biosafety Recommendations. Atlanta, GA. 26 August 2010. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J., R. Pigg, and A. Goldberg. 2010. Sustainability of black-tailed prairie dogs at small culture parks of the western Great Plains. 22nd North American Prairie Conference, Cedar Falls, IA. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Wildlife Communities in Kansas. Prairies Across Kansas Secondary Education Teachers Workshop, Konza Prairie Biological Station, 2007. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of sylvatic plague in the western United States. Department of Botany, Madras Christian College, Chenai, India. June, 2006. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Spatial ecology of plague on five National Grasslands. Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks Black-tailed Prairie Dog Advisory group Meeting in Wichita. June 2006. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of plague in rodent populations. Annual meeting of the Black-tailed Prairie Dog Interstate Conservation Team. Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2005. Invited oral presentation.

Johnson, T. L., and J. F. Cully, Jr. 2004. Effects of colony connectivity on the spread of Sylvatic Plague (Yersinia pestis) in black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) across the Great Plains. Presentation to the Thunder Basin Prairie Ecosystem Management Association, May 2004, Casper, WY. April 2004. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of Zoonotic Diseases. Zoonotic Disease class, College of Veterinary Medecine, Kansas State University. April 2004. Invited oral presentation. Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of Plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. Biology Department, Emporia State University. 2004. Invited oral presentation.

Cully, J. F., Jr. The ecology of plague in rodent populations. Symposium on Diseases at the Wildlife-human Interface. Third International Wildlife Management Congress. Christchurch, New Zealand. 2003.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Insights on plague from multi-species comparisons in prairie dogs. Society for Vector Ecology Annual Meeting, Couer d’ Alene, ID. 2003.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of Plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. The Institute of Environmental and Human Health, Texas Tech University, Lubbock. 2003.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of Plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. Biology Department. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. 2002.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. Department of Wildlife Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 2002.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Wildlife as reservoirs of disease. Kansas Vector-borne Disease Prevention Conference. Manhattan. 2002.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Sylvatic plague and the black-tailed prairie dog. College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, Manhattan. 2002.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Ecology of sylvatic plague. Understanding and conserving black-tailed prairie dogs. A symposium in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and the Black-tailed Prairie Dog Conservation Team. Las Cruces. 2002

Cully, J. F., Jr. Prairie dogs and sylvatic plague. Symposium on the history, ecology and economy of the Thunder Basin prairie ecosystem. Casper, Wyoming. 2001

Cully, J. F., Jr. Role of plague in prairie dog populations. Colorado Front Range prairie dog technical workshop. Fort Collins. 2001

Cully, J. F., Jr., and E. S. Williams. Cross species comparisons of plague in prairie dogs. Invited Seminar. Symposium on Landscape Ecology of plague in the American Southwest. U.S.G.S., Fort Collins. 2000

Cully, J. F., Jr., and E. S. Williams. Cross species comparisons of plague in prairie dogs. Co-organizer. Factors affecting viability of prairie dogs. Phoenix. 1999

Cully, J. F., Jr. Plague and prairie dogs. Department of Animal Ecology, Iowa State University. 1998.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Plague in prairie dogs. International Theriological Congress 7, Workshop on Prairie Dog Conservation. Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico. 1997.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Evolution of virulence in vector transmitted disease systems. Emporia State University. 1996.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Impacts of vector transmitted diseases to wildlife populations. Department of Entomology Colloquium, Kansas State University. 1994.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Gunnison's prairie dog: population dynamics of a species living in the shadow of plague. Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. 1993.

Cully, J. F., Jr. The ecology of sylvatic plague in Gunnison’s prairie dogs in the Moreno Valley, NM. Vector Biology Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. 1989.

Cully, J. F., Jr. Population Ecology of Gunnison’s prairie dog. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 1988.

 

 

 


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