Publications

Pagnucco, K.S., G.A. Maynard, S. Fera, N.D. Yan, T.F. Nalepa,  A. Ricciardi. 2014. The future of species invasions in the Great Lakes-St.   Lawrence River basin. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41(Suppl. 1): 96-107.

Pagnucco, K.S., C. Paszkowski, G. Scrimgeour. 2012.Characterizing movement patterns and spatio-temporal use of under-road tunnels by   long-toed salamanders in Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada. Copeia 2012(2): 331-340.

Pagnucco, K.S., C. Paszkowski, G. Scrimgeour. 2011. Using cameras to monitor amphibian tunnel use: an informative, cost-efficient     technique. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 6(2): 277-286.

Pagnucco, K.S., C. Paszkowski, G. Scrimgeour. 2011.Wolf in sheep’s clothing: Effects of predation by small-bodied fish on survival and     behaviour of salamander larvae. Écoscience 18(1):70-78.

Smith, C., K.S. Pagnucco, B. Johnston, C. Paszkowski, and G. Scrimgeour. 2010. Using specialized tunnels to reduce highway mortality of   amphibians, p. 583-591. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation. P. J. Wagner, D. Nelson, and E.   Murray (eds.). DECC, Duluth, USA.

Pagnucco, K.S. 2010. Conserving amphibians using under-road tunnels in Waterton Lakes National Park. Croaks And Trills. Alberta   Volunteer Amphibian Monitoring Program 14(2): 3-4.

Pagnucco, K.S. 2009. Field Report for the Waterton Lakes National Park Amphibian Study. Unpublished Technical Report. Parks Canada   Agency, Waterton Park, AB. 5 pp.

Pagnucco, K.S. 2009. Under-road tunnels as a means of conserving amphibians in Waterton Lakes National Park. The Alberta Wildlifer,   The Wildlife Society. 20(1):11-15.

Pagnucco, K.S., L. Zanette, M. Clinchy, and M. Leonard. 2008. Sheep in wolf’s clothing: host nestling vocalizations resemble their cowbird   competitor’s. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 275(1638): 1061-1065.