Paul Cryan - USGS (FORT)

Title: Research Biologist

FORT Affiliation: Trust Species & Habitats

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 3108

Phone: 970-226-9389

Email: cryanp@usgs.gov

      

      

Publications

Year Title Type
IN PRESS Ecology of zoonotic infectious diseases in bats: Current knowledge and future directions Journal Article
IN PRESS Inoculation of bats with European Geomyces destructans supports the novel pathogen hypothesis for the origin of white-nose syndrome Journal Article
2013 A comparison of bats and rodents as reservoirs of zoonotic viruses: Are bats special? Journal Article
2013 Pathophysiology of white-nose syndrome in bats: a mechanistic model linking wing damage to mortality Journal Article
2013 Insect prey eaten by Hoary Bats (lasiurus cinereus) prior to fatal collisions with wind turbines Journal Article
2013 Electrolyte depletion in white-nose syndrome bats Journal Article
2012 Evidence of late-summer mating readiness and early sexual maturation in migratory tree-roosting bats found dead at wind turbines Journal Article
2012 Evidence of cryptic individual specialization in an opportunistic insectivorous bat Journal Article
2012 Environmental conditions associated with bat White-Nose Syndrome mortality in the north-eastern United States Journal Article
2012 White-nose Syndrome Disease Tracking System (v.1) Web Application
2012 Lights, camera, action: behaviors of hibernating bats before and after WNS revealed by surveillance video Abstract
2012 Development of a North American Bat Population Monitoring and Modeling Program Abstract
2012 Carcass ecology: Forensic techniques shed light on the possible causes of bat susceptibility to turbines Abstract
2011 Economic importance of bats in agriculture Journal Article
2011 Bat ecology and public health surveillance for rabies in an urbanizing region of Colorado Journal Article
2011 Wind turbines as landscape impediments to the migratory connectivity of bats Journal Article
2011 Monitoring and researching bat activity at wind turbines with near infrared videography Abstract
2011 Monitoring behaviors and activity of bats at wind turbines with near infrared videography Abstract
2011 Alphacoronaviruses in New World bats: Prevalence, persistence, phylogeny, and potential for interaction with humans Journal Article
2011 Update on video surveillance, electrolyte imbalance, and development of an online interactive database for tracking WNS Abstract
2011 Response to: Concerns about extrapolating right off the bat [Letter] Journal Article
2011 Bat White-Nose Syndrome in North America Journal Article
2011 Investigating and managing the rapid emergence of White-Nose Syndrome, a novel, fatal, infectious disease of hibernating bats Journal Article
2011 Experimental infection of bats with Geomyces destructans causes white-nose syndrome Journal Article
2011 Bats of Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: composition, reproduction, and roosting habits Journal Article
2010 Current white-nose syndrome (WNS) research Abstract
2010 Migratory structure and geographic origins of hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus) inferred from stable isotope analysis Abstract
2010 Tattered wings: bats grounded by White-Nose Syndrome’s lethal effects on life-support functions of wings [Audio Podcast] Podcast
2010 Bat ecology as it relates to white-nose syndrome Abstract
2010 White-nose Syndrome in North America Abstract
2010 White-Nose Syndrome Fungus (Geomyces destructans) in bats, Europe Journal Article
2010 Evidence of mating readiness in certain bats killed by wind turbines Abstract
2010 White-nose syndrome in bats: A primer for resource managers Journal Article
2010 Update on WNS Research and Response Activities at the USGS Fort Collins Science Center Abstract
2010 Wing pathology of white-nose syndrome in bats suggests life-threatening disruption of physiology Journal Article
2010 Migratory structure and geographic origins of hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus) inferred from stable isotope analysis Abstract
2009 Wind energy: A scare for bats and birds [Audio Podcast] Podcast
2009 Causes of bat fatalities at wind turbines: Hypotheses and predictions Journal Article
2009 Food habits of the hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) during spring migration through New Mexico Journal Article
2009 Analyzing Bat Migration Book, Pages in
2009 White-nose Syndrome threatens the survival of hibernating bats in North America Science Feature
2009 Broadening the focus of bat conservation and research in the USA for the 21st century Journal Article
2009 Control and mitigation of White-Nose Syndrome in the face of uncertainty Abstract
2008 Mating behavior as a possible cause of bat fatalities at wind turbines Journal Article
2008 Overview of issues related to bats and wind energy: Web version of presentation to the Wind Turbine Guidelines Advisory Committee Technical Workshop & Federal Advisory Committee Meeting, Washington, D.C., 26 February, 2008 USGS Series
2008 Bats prove to be rich reservoirs for emerging viruses Journal Article
2007 Past, present, and future uses of radar for studying bats Report, Pages In
2007 Migration and the use of Autumn, Winter, and Spring roosts by tree bats Book, Pages in
2007 Migration of bats past a remote island offers clues towards the problem of bat fatalities at wind turbines Journal Article
2006 Comprehensive analysis of molecular phylogeographic structure among the meadow jumping mice (Zapus hudsonius) reveals evolutionarily distinct subspecies: a report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, January 27, 2006 Administrative Report
2006 Bat fatalities at wind turbines: Investigating the causes and consequences Science Feature
2006 Comprehensive genetic analyses reveal evolutionary distinction of a mouse (Zapus hudsonius preblei) proposed for delisting from the U.S. Endangered Species Act Journal Article
2006 Overview of what we know about the bat/wind interaction as of November 2004 Presentation
2006 Natural history collections: a scientific treasure trove Fact Sheet
2005 Distributional survey of the meadow jumping mouse (Zapus hudsonius) in the Northern Great Plains: trapping report, summer 2005 Administrative Report
2005 Bats in Fort Collins natural areas and parks: results of studies during 2004 Administrative Report
2004 Chemistry & migration mysteries: fur holds clues to previous journeys Popular Article
2004 Flying by night: USGS scientists put technology to work on bats Science Feature
2004 Stable hydrogen isotope analysis of bat hair as evidence for seasonal molt and long-distance migration Journal Article
2004 Synthesis of existing information on meadow jumping mice (Zapus hudsonius) in the northern Great Plains: an information review compiled for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 6, Denver, Colorado Administrative Report
2003 Sex differences in the thermoregulation and evaporative water loss of a heterothermic bat, Lasiurus cinereus, during its spring migration Journal Article
2003 Recurrence of Mexican long-tongued bats (Choeronycteris mexicana) at historical sites in Arizona and New Mexico Journal Article
2003 Migration and thermoregulation strategies of hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus) in North America Thesis & Dissertation
2003 Seasonal distribution of migratory tree bats (Lasiurus and Lasionycteris) in North America Journal Article
2003 Western crevice and cavity roosting bats Report, Pages In
2001 Roosting habits of four bat species in the Black Hills of South Dakota Journal Article
2000 Recurrence of the Mexican long-tongued bat (Choeronycteris mexicana) at historical sites in Arizona and New Mexico Report
2000 The bats of Wyoming Book, Pages in
2000 Effect of elevation on distribution of female bats in the Black Hills, South Dakota Journal Article
2000 Use of stable isotopes to trace the migration of United States tree bats Science Feature
1999 The bats of Jewel Cave Science Feature
1997 A study of bat populations at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Bandelier National Monument, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico Report
1997 New locality for Euderma maculatum (Chiroptera: vespertilionidae) in New Mexico Journal Article
1996 Status and trends of bat populations at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Bandelier National Monument, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico Report
1995 Ecology and distribution of bats in the southern Black Hills: Annual report to cooperators Report

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