Publications

1.        Kitchens, W. M., J. M. Dean, L. H. Stevenson, and J. H. Cooper.  1975.  The Santee Swamp as nutrient "sink".  In:  Howell, F. G. J. B. Gentry, and M. H. Smith, eds.  Mineral Cycling in Southeastern Ecosystems.  USAEC Symposium Series, CONF -740513.

2.        Dame. R., F. Vernberg, R. Bonnell, and W. M. Kitchens.  1977.  Hegolander wissMeeresunters.  30,343-356.

3.   Gardner, L. R. and W. M. Kitchens.  1978.   Sediment and chemical exchanges between salt marshes and coastal waters.  In:  B. Kjerfve, ed. Transport Processes in Estuarine Environment.  University of South Carolina Press.

4.        Kitchens, W. M., R. Edwards, and W. Johnson.  1979.  Development of a "living" salt marsh ecosystem model:  A microecosystem approach.  In:  Dame, R. ed. Marsh-estuarine Systems Simulations.  University of South Carolina Press.

5.        Kitchens, W. M.  1979.  Development of a Salt Marsh Microecosystem.  Intern. J. Environmental Studies Vol. 13, pp. 109-118.

6.        Kitchens, W. M., and B. J. Copeland.  1979.  Succession in laboratory microecosystems subjected to thermal and nutrient addition stresses.  InGiesy, John P. Jr., ed. Mineral Cycling Southeastern Ecosystems.  U.S. Technical Information Center, U. S. Department of Energy, Symposium Series 52 (CONF-781101).

7.        Summers, J. K., H. N. McKellar, R. F. Dame, and    W. M. Kitchens.  1980.  A simulation model of estuarine subsystems coupling and carbon exchange with the sea II.  North Inlet model structure output and validation.  Ecological Modelling.  11(2), 101-140.

8.        Kjerfve, B., L. H. Stevenson, J. A. Powell, T. H. Crzanowski, and W. M. Kitchens.  1981. Estimation of material fluxes in an estuarine cross section.  A critical analysis of spatial measurement density and errors.  Limnol. Ocenogr.  26(2), 325-335.

9.        McKellar, H. N., L. G. Pearlstine, M. Homer, and W. M. Kitchens.  1981.  Preliminary analysis of energy flow impacts of a river re-diversion.  InMitsch, W. and R. Bosserman, edsEnergy and Ecological Modelling.  Developments in environmental modelling, 1 Elsiver, Amsterdam/Oxford/New York, pp.  315-326.

10.      Wharton, C., W. M. Kitchens, E. C. Pendleton, and T. W. Sipe.  1982.  The ecology of bottomland hardwood swamps of the southeast:  a community profile.  FWS/OBS-81/37.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Services Program, Washington, D. C.

11.      Pendleton, E. and W. M. Kitchens.  1984.  Community and estuarine profiles as management tools.  Proc. 8th Annual Meeting Coastal Society.

12.      Pearlstine, L. G., H. McKellar, and W. M. Kitchens.  1985.  Modelling the Impacts of a River Diversion on the Bottomland Hardwood Communities in the Santee River Floodplain, SC.  Ecological Modelling.  29:283-302.

13.     Kitchens, W. M., H. N. McKellar, J. Booth, and   L. G. Pearlstine.  1985.  Impact analysis in the Santee/Cooper River Re-diversion Project:  an overview of a pilot community modelling approach.  Proceedings of Eighth Annual Environmental Review Conference, Environmental Protection Agency.

14.     Pearlstine, L. G. and W. M. Kitchens.  1986.  Community Succession Modelling for Resource Management.  In:  Proceedings Coastal Zone 1985.  Baltimore, MD.

15.     Latham, P. J., L. G. Pearlstine, and W. M. Kitchens.  1987.  Plant patterns and distribution of a South Atlantic coastal tidal marsh.  pp. 216-220 in Proc. 8th Ann. Soc. of Wetland Scient. Meet. Seattle, WA.

16.     Pearlstine, L. G., and W. M. Kitchens.  1987.  A Succession Modelling Approach to Wetland Impact Assessment. National Wetlands Newsletter.  9(1) p. 13-15.

17.      Pope, K. R., J. R. Richardson, and W. M. Kitchens.  1987.  Vegetation patterns in a north Everglades marsh.  pp. 211-215 in Proc. 8th Ann. Soc. of Wetland Scient. Meet., Seattle, WA.

18.      Richardson, J. R., K. R. Pope, and W. M. Kitchens.  1987.  Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge vegetation and modelling study.  pp. 204-210 in Proc. 8th Ann. Soc. of Wetland Scient. Meet. Seattle, WA.

19.        Pearlstine, L. G., R. Bartleson, W. M. Kitchens, and P. J. Latham.  1989.  Lower Savannah River Hydrological Characterization.  Technical Report No. 35.  Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.  Gainesville, FL.          

19.      Brody, M., L. G. Pearlstine, W. Conner and W. M. Kitchens.  1989.  Modelling bottomland forest and wildlife habitat changes in Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin.  In: R. R. Sharitz and J. W. Gibbons, eds.  Freshwater Wetlands and Wildlife: Perspective on Natural, Managed and Degraded Ecosystems.  DOE-CONF 860326.  Off. Sci. and Technol. Its., U.S. Dep. Energy, Oak Ridge, Tenn.

20.     Sullivan, R. S., J. Richardson, W. M. Kitchens, and T. J. Smith, III.  1989.  Monitoring Water Quality and Habitat: Guidelines for National Wildlife Refuges in Region IV.  Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, Gainesville, FL.

21.      Conner, William H., R. T. Huffman, W. Kitchens with panel. 1990. In: Gosselink, J. G., L C. Lee, and T. A. Muir, edsEcological Processes and Cumulative Impacts: Illustrated in Bottomland Hardwood Wetland Ecosystems. Lewis Publishers, Inc. Chelsea, MI.

22.     Richardson, J. R., W. L. Bryant, W. M. Kitchens, J. E. Mattson, and K. R. Pope. 1990. An evaluation of refuge habitats and relationships to water quality, quantity, and hydroperiod. Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Tech. Report. No. 41.

23.      Latham. P. J., L.G. Pearlstine and W. M. Kitchens. 1991.  Spatial distributions of the softstem bulrush, Scirpus validus, across a salinity gradient.  Estuaries 14(2):192-198.

24.      Mattson, J. E.., J. R. Richardson, and W. M. Kitchens. 1991. A comparison of cattail (Typha sp.) Occurrence on a photo-interpreted map versus a satellite data map. Technical Report No. 40. Fl Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, School of Forest Resources and Conservation. U. F., Gainesville, FL.

25.     Silveira J. E., J. R. Richardson, and W. M. Kitchens. 1992. A GIS model of fire, succession, and landscape pattern in the Everglades. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. Bethesda, MD.88-97.

26.      Richardson, J. R., W. L. Bryant, W. M. Kitchens. 1993. Spatial relationships of vegetation, water quality and hydrology in a northern Everglades Ecosystem. In: Landin, M. C., ed. Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists, New Orleans, LA. Utica, MS.  

27.      Silveira, J. E., J. R. Richardson, W. M. Kitchens. 1993. A geographic information systems model of fire damage and vegetation recovery in the Everglades. In: Landin, M. C., ed. Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists, New Orleans, LA. Utica, MS.  

28.      Pearlstine, L. G., W. M. Kitchens, and P. Latham. 1993. Modelling tidal marsh succession in the coastal Savannah River, GA. In: Landin, M. C., ed. Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists, New Orleans, LA. Utica, MS.  

29.      Richardson, J. R., W. L. Bryant, and W. M. Kitchens. 1993. A spatial hydrologic model of Loxahatchee National Wildlife refuge and its integration into a GIS analysis. In: Landin, M. C., ed. Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists, New Orleans, LA. Utica, MS.

30.      Richardson, J. R., W. L. Bryant, and W. M. Kitchens. 1993. Spatial relationships of vegetation, water quality, and hydrology in a northern Everglades Ecosystem. In: Landin, M. C., ed. Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Society of Wetlands Scientists, New Orleans, LA. Utica, MS.

31.      Pearlstine L. G., W. M. Kitchens, P. J. Latham, and R. D. Bartleson. 1993. Tide gate influences on a tidal marsh. : In: Harlin, J. M. And K. J. Lanfear, eds. Proceedings of the Symposium on Geographic Information Systems and Water Resources, American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, MD. Pp. 433-440 and 625-626. 

32.     Pearlstine, L., W. Kitchens, P. Latham, R. Bartleson. 1993. Tide gate influences on a tidal marsh. Water Resources Bulletin 29(6):1009-1019. 

33.      Pearlstine, L. G., L. A. Bryant, and W. M. Kitchens. 1993. 1991 landcover classification for Eglin Air Force Base.  Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Technical Report No. 47.

34.     Latham, P. J., L. G. Pearlstine, and W. M.  Kitchens. 1993.  Species association changes across a gradient of fresh, oligohaline, and mesohaline tidal marshes along the lower Savannah River.  Wetlands 14(3):174-178.                                                                                  

35.      Jordan, C. F., H. L. Jelks, and W. M. Kitchens. 1994. Habitat use by the fishing spider Dolemedes triton in northern Everglades. Wetlands 14(3). 18.

36.      Pearlstine, L. G., L. A. Brandt, W. M. Kitchens, and F. J. Mazzotti. 1995. Impacts of citrus development on habitats of Southwest Florida. Conservation Biology 5:1020-1032.

37.     Peterson, L. P., G. W. Tanner, and W. M. Kitchens. 1995.  A comparison of passerine feeding habits in two tidal marsh communities.  Wetlands 14(4).

38.      Bennetts, R. E. and W. M. Kitchens.  1997.  The demography and movements of snail kites in Florida.  U.S. Geological Survey/Biological Resources Division, Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Technical Report No. 56.

39.      Pearlstine, L. G., L. A. Brandt, F. J. Mazzotti, and W. M. Kitchens.  1997.  Fragmentation of pine flatwood communities converted for ranching and citrus.  Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 38:159-169.

40.      Jordan, F., H. Jelks, and W. M. Kitchens.  1997.  Habitat structure and plant community composition in a northern Everglades wetland landscape.  Wetlands, Vol. 17(2):275-283.

41.      Bennetts, R. E. and W. M. Kitchens.  1997.  Population dynamics and conservation of Snail Kites in Florida: the importance of spatial and temporal scale.  Colonial Waterbirds, Vol. 20:324-329.

42.      Valentine-Darby, P. L., R. E. Bennetts, and W. M. Kitchens.  1997.  Breeding masses of snail kites in Florida.  Florida Field Naturalist, Vol. 25(2):60-63.

43.      Bennetts, R. E., M. R. Shannon, and W. M. Kitchens.  1997. Causes of mortality of post-fledging juvenile and adult snail kites in Florida.  Florida Field Naturalist. 26(3): 84-87.

44.      Bellmund, Sarah and Wiley M. Kitchens. 1997. Chapter 7: Landscape ecological indices: In: Science Subgroup, eds. Ecologic and precursor success criteria for South Florida ecosystem restoration.  Report to the Working Group of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Taskforce.

45.      Bennetts R. E., W. M. Kitchens, and D. L. De Angelis. 1998. Recovery of the Endangered Snail Kite: beyond a reductionist paradigm. Trans. 63rd No. Am. Wildl. And Natur. Resour. Conf.  63:486-501.

46.      Bennetts, R. E. and W. M. Kitchens. 1998. Influence of high water event on survival, reproduction, and distribution of Snail Kites in the Florida Everglades. In: Armentanto, T. V., edProceedings of the Conference: Ecological Assessment of the 1994-1995 High Water Conditions in the Southern Everglades. Science Subgroup of the South Florida Management and Coordination Working Group, August, 1996. Miami, Fl.

47.      Bennetts, R. E., K. Golden, V. J. Dreitz, and W. M. Kitchens. 1998. Estimates of the proportion of Snail Kites attempting to breed and the number of attempts per year in Florida.  Florida Field Naturalist. 26(3): 77-83.

48.      Loftin C. S. and W. M. Kitchens. 1998.  Assessing patterns and processes of landscape change in Okefenokee Swamp, GA. Technical Report No. 60.  Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.

49.      Valentine-Darby, P. L., R. E. Bennetts, and W. M. Kitchens.  1998.  Seasonal patterns of habitat use by Snail Kites in Florida.  Journal of Raptor Research.  32:98-103.

50.      Bennetts, R. E. V. J. Dreitz, W. M. Kitchens, J. E. Hines and J. D. Nichols. 1999. Annual survival of Snail Kites in Florida with comparisons between radio telemetry and capture-resighting data.  Auk 116:435-447.

51.      Bennetts, R. E. and W. M. Kitchens.  1999. Within-year patterns of survival of Snail Kites in Florida.  Journal of Field Ornithology. 70(2):268-275.

52.      Darby, P. C., R. E. Bennetts, P. L. Valentine-Darby, W. M. Kitchens, and J. D. Croop. 1999.  A comparison of sampling techniques for quantifying abundance of the Florida Apple Snail (Pomacea paludosa, Say). Journal of Molluscan Studies. 65:195-208.

54.      Brandt, L.A., K. Portier, and W. M. Kitchens.  2000.  Patterns of change in tree islands in Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. Wetlands. 20(2):1-14.

55.      Loftin, C. S., W. Rasberry, and W. M. Kitchens. 2000.  Development of a grid-cell topographic surface for Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia. Wetlands 20(3): 487-499.

    56.            Loftin, C. S., S. B. Aicher, and W. M. Kitchens.  2000.  Effects of the Suwannee River Sill on the hydrology of Okefenokee Swamp: Application of research results in the Environmental Assessment process.  In: McCool, S. F., D. N.  Cole, W. T. Borrie, and J. O=Loughlin, comps. Wilderness Science in a time of Change Conference-Volume 3. Wilderness as a place for scientific inquiry;   Proceedings RMRS-P-15-VOL-3. Ogden, UT: USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, UT. pp 102-110.

57.      Bennetts, R. E. and W. M. Kitchens. 2001. Factors influencing movement probabilities of a nomadic food specialist.  Oikos 92:1-9.

58.      Bennetts, R. E., J. D. Nichols, J. Lebreton, R Pradel, J. E. Hines, and W. M. Kitchens. 2001.  Methods for estimating dispersal probabilities and related parameters using marked animals. In: Colbert, J., J. D. Nichols, E Dabchin, and A Dhont, eds. Causes, Consequences, and Mechanisms of Dispersal at the Individual, Population, and Community Level.  Oxford University Press.

59.      Allen, C. R., L. G. Pearlstine, and W. M. Kitchens.  (2001). Modeling viable mammal populations in Gap analyses.  Biological Conservation 99: 135-144.

60.      Darby, Philip C., P.  L. Valentine-Darby, H. F. Percival, and W. M. Kitchens.   2001.  Collecting Florida apple snails (Pomacea paludosa) from wetland habitats using funnel traps.  Wetlands 21(2):308-311.

61.      Loftin, C. S., N. Ansay, and W. M. Kitchens.  2001.  Development and Application of a spatial hydrology model of Okefenokee Swamp, GA.  Journal American Water Resources 37 (9) 11-22.

62.     Allen, C., L. Pearlstine, D. Wojcik, and W. M. Kitchens. 2001.  The spatial distribution of diversity between disparate taxa: Spatial correspondence between mammals and ants. Landscape Ecology 16(5) 453-464.

63.       Allen, C., L. Pearlstine, and W. M. Kitchens.  2001.  Modeling viable mammal populations in Gap analyses. Biological Conservation 99; 135-144.

64.       Dreitz, V. J., R.E. Bennetts, B. Toland, W. M. Kitchens, and M. W. Collopy.  2001.  Spatial and temporal variability in nest success of snail kites in Florida: a meta-analysis. Condor 103:502-509.

65.        Pearlstine, L., S. E. Smith, and W. M. Kitchens. 2000. A GAP analysis of Florida: Final Report.  USGS. Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Technical Report No. 65.

66.       Kitchens, W. M., R. E. Bennetts, and D. L. DeAngelis.  2002.  Linkages between the snail kite population and wetland dynamics in a highly fractured South Florida hydroscape In: Porter, J. W. and K. G. Porter, Eds.  Linkages Between Ecosystems: the South Florida Hydroscape. CRC /St. Lucie Press. 183-203.

67.        Dreitz, V. J., R. E. Bennetts, B. Toland, W. M. Kitchens, and M. W. Collopy.  2002. Snail kite nest success and water levels: a reply to Beissinger and Snyder.  Condor 104:216-221.

68.       Dreitz, V. J., J.D. Nichols, J. E. Hines, R.E. Bennetts, W. M. Kitchens and D.L. DeAngelis.  2002.  Use of resighting data to estimate the rate of population growth of the snail kite in Florida.  Journal of Applied Statistics 29 (1-3):609-623.

69.       Mooij, W. M., R. E. Bennetts, D. L. De Angelis, and W. M. Kitchens*. 2002.  Exploring the effects of drought extent on the Florida Snail Kite: interplay between spatial and temporal scales.  Ecological Modelling 149(2002):25-39.

70.       Bennetts, R. E., W. M. Kitchens, and V. J. Dreitz. 2002.  Influence of an extreme high-water event on survival, reproduction, and distribution of snail kites in Florida.  Wetlands 22(2) 452-454.

71.       Brandt, L. A., J. E. Silveira, and W. M. Kitchens. 2002.  Chapter 10: Tree Islands of the Arthur R. Marshall National Wildlife Refuge.  In:  Sklar, F. H. and A. van der Valk, eds.  Tree Islands of the Everglades.  Kluwer Academic Inc. pp. 310-335.

72.       Pearlstine, L., S. E. Smith, L. Brandt, C. Allen, W. Kitchens, and J. Sternberg. 2002.  Assessing state-wide biodiversity in the Florida Gap Analysis Project.  Journal Environmental Management 66 (2): 127-144.

73.        Wetzel, Paul R., Wiley M. Kitchens, Janell M. Brush, and Marsha L. Dusek. 2004. Use of a reciprocal transplant study to measure the rate of plant community change in a tidal marsh along a salinity gradient. Wetlands 24 (4):879-890.

74.        Dreitz, V. J., W. M. Kitchens, D. E. DeAngelis. 2004.  The effects of natal dispersal and environmental state on survival of juvenile snail kites in Florida. Auk 121(3). 

75.         Darby, P.C., P.L. Valentine-Darby, H.F. Percival, W.M. Kitchens*.  2004.  Florida apple snail (Pomaea paludosa SAY) responses to lake habitat restoration activity.  Arch. Hydrobiol. 161(4): 561-575.

76.        Baber, M.J., K.J. Babbit, F. Jordan, H.L. Jelks, W.M. Kitchens*.  2005.  Relationships among habitat type, hydrology, predator composition, and distribution of larval anurans in the Florida Everglades in Meshaka Jr., W.E. and K.J. Babbitt edsAmphibians and Reptiles:  Status and Conservation in Florida.  Krieger Publishing Company pp. 154-160.

77.         Conrads, P.A., Roehl, E. A., Daamen, R. C., Kitchens*, W. M. 2006. Simulation of water levels and salinity in the rivers and tidal marshes in the vicinity of the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, Coastal South Carolina and Georgia: U. S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5187.

78.         Martin J., J.D. Nichols, W.M. Kitchens, J.E. Hines.  2006. Multiscale patterns of movement in fragmented landscapes and consequences on demography of the snail kite in Florida. Journal of Animal Ecology. 75: 527-539.

79.         Mooji, W. M., J. Martin, W. M. Kitchens, and D. L. DeAngelis. 2006. Exploring the temporal effects of seasonal water availability on the snail kite of Florida. In: J. A. Bissonette and I. Storch (eds).  Temporal Dimensions in Landscape Ecology: Wildlife Responses to Variable Resources. Springer. NY. 155-173.

80.         Welch, Z. C., and W. M. Kitchens.  2006.  Predicting freshwater and oligohaline tidal marsh vegetation communities.  Final Report delivered to USACOE. W91278-06-T-0012.  (Peer Reviewed).

81.         Conrads, P. A., E. A. Roehl, R. C. Daamen, W. Kitchens*. 2007. Simulation of salinity in the tidal marshes in the vicinity of the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge using artificial neural networks. Proceedings of the 2007 Georgia water Resources Conference. Athens, GA.

82.         Martin J., W. M. Kitchens, and J. E. Hines. 2007. Importance of well designed monitoring programs for the conservation of Endangered Species: Case study of the snail kite. Conservation Biology. 21 (2): 472-481.

83.        Martin J., W. M. Kitchens, and J. E. Hines. 2007. Natal location influences on movement and survival of a spatially structured population of snail kites. Oecologia. 153 (2): 291-301.

84.       Conrads P. C., E Roehl, R. Daamen, and W. M. Kitchens*. 2007. Using artificial neural network models to integrate hydrologic and ecologic studies of the snail kite in the Everglades, USA. Proceedings 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics. Nice. France.

85.       Daamen, R. C., E. A. Roehl, P. A. Conrads, W. M. Kitchens*. 2007. Integrating 3D hydrodynamic transport and ecological plant models of the Savannah River estuary using artificial neural network models. Proceedings 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics. Nice. France.

86.         Duberstine, J. and W. M. Kitchens. 2007. Chapter 12 – Community composition of select areas of tidal freshwater forests along the Savannah River. In: W. H. Conner, T. W. Doyle, and K. W. Krauss (Eds.) Ecology of Tidal Freshwater Forested  Wetlands of the Southeastern United States. Springer. 321-348.

87.         Wetzel, P. R. and W. M. Kitchens. 2007. Vegetation change from chronic stress events: detection of the effects of tide gate removal and long-term drought on a tidal marsh. Journal of Vegetation Science. 18: 431-442.

88.         Valentine-Darby, P. L., P. C. Darby, R. E. Bennetts, W. M. Kitchens*, and H. F. Percival. 2007. The use of mark-recapture to estimate Florida apple snail (Pomacea paludosa Say) density in wetland habitats. Florida Field Naturalist. (in press).

89.         Martin, J., W. M. Kitchens, C. Cattau, A. Bowling, S. Stocco, E. Powers, C. Zweig, A. Hotaling, Z. Welch, H. Waddle, and A. Paredes. 2007. Snail Kite Demography: Annual report, 2006. U.S. Geological Survey, Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

90.         Martin, J., W. M. Kitchens, M. K. Oli, and C. E. Cattau. 2008. Exploring the importance of natural disturbances and habitat degradation on snail kite population dynamics. Endangered Species Research 6: 25-39.

91.        Haas, S., R. Kimball, J. Martin, and W. M. Kitchens. 2008. Genetic divergence among snail kite subspecies: implications for the conservation of the endangered Florida snail kite. Ibis (Published on-line): Aug 11 2008, doi: 10.1111/j.1474-919X.2008.00872.x

92.       Zweig, C. and W. M. Kitchens. 2008. Effects of landscape gradients on wetland vegetation communities: Information for large-scale restoration. Wetlands. 28(4): 1086–1096

93.       Cattau, Christopher E., Julien Martin, Wiley M. Kitchens. 2009. Effects of an exotic prey species on a native specialist: example of the Snail Kite. Biological Conservation 143: 513-520.

94.       Zweig, C. L. and W. M. Kitchens. 2009. The Semiglades: The collision of restoration, social values, and the ecosystem concept. Restoration Ecology 18(2): 138–142.

95.        Hotaling, A.S., J. Martin, W.M. Kitchens. 2009. Estimating Transition Probabilities Among Everglades Wetland Communities Using Multistate Models. Wetlands 20(4):1224-1233.

96.         Zweig, C. and W.M. Kitchens. 2009. Multi-state succession in wetlands: A novel use of state and transition models. Ecology. 90:1900-1909.

97.         Zweig, C.L. and W.M. Kitchens. 2009. Defining the present before restoring the past: Everglades vegetation communities. Society of Wetland Scientists Online Brief Series. http://www.sws.org/researchbrief

98.         Reichert, Brian, J. Martin, W. Kendall, C. Cattau, W. Kitchens. 2010.  Interactive Effects of Senescence and Natural Disturbance on the Survival Probabilities of Snail Kites. Oikos. 119 (6): 972-979.

99.         Hotaling, Althea, H.F. Percival, W.M. Kitchens, J.W. Kasbohm. 2010. The persistence of the endangered Florida salt marsh vole in the salt marshes of the Central Florida gulf coast. Southeastern Naturalist. 9(4): 795-802.   

100.        Zweig, C. L. and W. M. Kitchens. 2010. The Semiglades: The collision of restoration, social values, and the ecosystem concept. Restoration Ecology 18(2): 138–142.

101.         Zweig, C. L., B. E. Reichert, and W. M. Kitchens. 2011. Implications of discontinuous elevation gradients on fragmentation and restoration in patterned wetlands. Ecosphere 2(8):art98. doi: 10.1890/ES11-00119.1   

102.     DeSa, Melissa, Christa L. Zweig, H. Franklin Percival, Wiley M. Kitchens, John      Hayes, John W. Kasbohm. 2011. Comparison of Small Mammal Capture Techniques in Tidal Salt Marshes of the Central Gulf Coast of Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 11:89-100..   

103.          Fletcher, Robert J. Jr., Miguel Acevedo, Brian Reichert, Kyle Pias, and Wiley Kitchens. 2012. Revisiting  the foundations of spatial network analysis for ecology and conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(38): 19282-19287.

104.          Bowling, A. C., J. Martin, and W. M. Kitchens. 2012. The effect of changes in habitat conditions on the movement of juvenile Snail Kites Rostrhamus sociabilis. Ibis 154:554-565.

105.          Pias, Kyle E. Zach C. Welch, and Wiley M. Kitchens. 2012. An Artificial Perch to Help Snail Kites Handle an Exotic Apple Snail. Waterbirds 35(2): 347-351.

106. Reichert, Brian, C. Cattau, R. J. Fletcher, W. Kendall, W. Kitchens. 2012. Extreme weather and experience influence reproduction in an endangered bird. Ecology 93:2580-2589.

107.          Fletcher, Robert J. Jr., Andre Revell, Brian E. Reichert, Wiley M. Kitchens, Jeremy D. Dixon, and James D. Austin. 2013. Network modularity reveals critical scales for connectivity in ecology and evolution. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3572.

108.        Zweig, C.L. and W.M. Kitchens. 2013. Reconstructing historic habitat with multistate models.  Ecological Applications. In Press.

109.          Cattau, Christopher, Philip Darby, Robert J. Fletcher, and Wiley M. Kitchens. 2013. Reproductive Responses of the Endangered Snail Kite to Variations in Prey Density. Journal of Wildlife Management. Accepted.