Rodgers, V. L., S. E. Scanga, M. B. Kolozsvary, D. E. Garneau, J. S. Kilgore, L. J. Anderson, Kristine N. Hopfensperger, A. G. Aguilera, R. A. Urban, and K. J. Juneau. 2022. Where is garlic mustard? Understanding the ecological context for invasions of Alliaria petiolata. BioScience 72(6): 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biac012
Stack Whitney, K., M. J. Heard, L. J. Anderson, S. Cooke, D. Garneau, J. Kilgore, M. B. Kolozsvary, K. Kuers, C. K. Lunch, T. S. McCay, and A. T. Parker. 2022. Flexible and inclusive ecology projects that harness collaboration and NEON-enabled science to enhance student learning. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 103(2): e01963. https://doi.org/10.1002/bes2.1963
Styers, D. M., J. L. Schafer, M. B. Kolozsvary, K. M. Brubaker, S. E. Scanga, L. J. Anderson, J. J. Mitchell, and D. Barnett. 2021. Developing a flexible learning activity on biodiversity and spatial scale concepts using open‐access vegetation datasets from the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecology and Evolution 11: 3660-3671.
Davis, J. E., M. B. Kolozsvary, K. M. Pajerowska-Mukhtar, and B. Zhang. 2021. Toward a universal theoretical framework to understand robustness and resilience: from cells to systems. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8: 495
Bowne, D. R., B. J. Cosentino, L. J. Anderson, S. Cooke, J. J. Dosch, D.Garneau, T. S. Fredericksen, M. B. Kolozsvary, E. S. Lindquist, J. G. March, R. A. Urban, C. R. Zimmermann. 2019. A broader approach to understanding urbanization effects on freshwater turtles: Reply to Lambert and Steen 2019. Conservation Biology 33: 1197-1199.
Bowne, D. R., B. J. Cosentino, L. J. Anderson, C.P. Bloch, S. Cooke, P. W. Crumrine, J. Dallas, A. Doran, J. J. Dosch, D. L. Druckenbrod, R. D. Durtsche, D. Garneau, K. S. Genet, T. S. Fredericksen, P. A. Kish, M. B. Kolozsvary, F. T. Kuserk, E. S. Lindquist, C. Mankiewicz, J. G. March, T. J. Muir, K. G. Murray, M. N. Santulli*, F. J. Sicignano*, P. D. Smallwood, R. A. Urban, K. Winnett‐Murray, C. R. Zimmermann. 2018. Effects of urbanization on the population structure of freshwater turtles across the United States. Conservation Biology 32: 1150-1161.
Meierdiercks, K. L., M. B. Kolozsvary, K. P. Rhoads, M. Golden*, N. F. McCloskey*. 2017. The role of land surface versus drainage network characteristics in controlling water quality and quantity in a small urban watershed. Hydrological Processes 31: 4384-4397.
Floress, K., M. B. Kolozsvary, and J. Mangun. 2017. Expert perceptions of approaches to protecting isolated wetlands in the northeastern United States. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53: 1048-1061.
Kolozsvary, M. B., and M. A. Holgerson. 2016. Creating temporary pools as wetland mitigation: how well do they function? Wetlands 36: 335-345.
Kolozsvary, M. B., and J. L. Brunner. 2016. Presence of ranavirus in a created temporary pool complex in southeastern New York, USA. Herpetological Review 47: 598-600.
Brunner, J. L., K. E. Barnett, C. J. Gosier, S. A. McNulty, M. J. Rubbo, and M. B. Kolozsvary. 2011. Ranaviruses in vernal pool amphibian die-offs in New York State. Herpetological Review. 42: 76-79.
Swihart, R. K., T. M. Gehring, M. B. Kolozsvary, and T. E. Nupp. 2003. Responses of “resistant” vertebrates to habitat loss and fragmentation: the importance of niche breadth and range boundaries. Diversity and Distributions. 9: 1-18.
Lawler, J. J., S. P. Campbell, A. D. Guerry, M. B. Kolozsvary, R. J. O’Connor, and L. C. N. Seward. 2002. The scope and treatment of threats in endangered species recovery plans. Ecological Applications. 12: 663-67.
Kolozsvary, M. B., and R. K. Swihart. 1999. Habitat fragmentation and the distribution of amphibians: patch and landscape correlates in farmland. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 1288-99.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND SECTIONS
Kolozsvary, M. B. 2012. Stovepipe sampling. In: Graeter, G.J., K.A. Buhlmann, L.R. Wilkinson, and J.W. Gibbons (Editors). Inventory and Monitoring: Recommended Techniques for Reptiles and Amphibians, with application to the United States and Canada. PARC Technical Report. Aiken, South Carolina.
*Siena College undergraduates.