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Re-envisioning Waste
Shaunna Barnhart


Understanding Place
Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment


Place-making and Sustainability
Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment


Longevity and life history coevolve with oxidative stress in birds.
C. I. Vagasi, O. Vincze, L. Patras, G. Osvath, J. Penzes, Mark F. Haussmann, Z. Barta, and P. L. Pap


Divergent patterns of telomere shortening in tropical compared to temperate stonechats.
Bea Apfelbeck, Mark F. Haussmann, Winnie Boner, H. Flinks, Kate Griffiths, J. C. Illera, K. G. Mortega, Zachary Sisson, P. Smiddy, and Barbara Helm


Exogenous glucocorticoids amplify the costs of infection by reducing resistance and tolerance, but effects are mitigated by co-infection.
Laura A. Schoenle, Ignacio T. Moore, A. M. Dudek, E. B. Garcia, M. Mays, Mark F. Haussmann, D. Cimini, and Frances Bonier


Oxytocin administration prevents cellular aging caused by social isolation.
Jennie Stevenson, Elyse McMahon, Winnie Boner, and Mark F. Haussmann


Traffic noise exposure alters nestling physiology and telomere attrition through direct, but not maternal, effects in a free-living bird.
A. S. Injaian, P. L. Gonzalez-Gomez, C. C. Taff, A. K. Bird, Alexis Ziur, G. L. Patricelli, Mark F. Haussmann, and John C. Wingfield


The environmental and genetic determinants of chick telomere length in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor).
Amos Belmaker, K. Hallinger, Rebecca A. Glynn, David W. Winkler, and Mark F. Haussmann


Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress.
Antoine Stier, Q. Schull, Pierre Bize, E. Lefol, Mark F. Haussmann, D. Roussel, J. Robin, and V. A. Viblanc


Is there an oxidative cost of acute stress? Characterization, implication of glucocorticoids and modulation by prior stress experience.
Ariana Majer, Vincent Fasanello, Kailey Tindle, Brian Frenz, Alexis Ziur, Chelsea Fischer, Olivia Seecof, Kelsey L. Fletcher, Sarah Gronsky, Brian G. Vassallo, Wendy Reed, Ryan T. Paitz, Antoine Stier, and Mark F. Haussmann


Maternal glucocorticoids promote offspring growth without inducing oxidative stress or shortening telomeres in wild red squirrels.
Ben Dantzer, F. van Kesteren, S. E. Westrick, S. Boutin, A. McAdam, J. E. Lane, Robert Gillespie, Ariana Majer, Mark F. Haussmann, and Pat Monaghan


Byron Now
Ghislaine McDayter

*Updated as of 04/04/20.