Dr. Mark S Woodrey

Dr. Mark S Woodrey

Title

  • Assistant Research Professor

Contact Information

msw103@msstate.edu
Office: 228-546-1007
Coastal Research and Extension Center

Overview

Education

  • University of Southern Mississippi, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Biological Sciences
  • Ohio State University, The, Master of Science (M.S.), Zoology
  • Ohio State University, The, Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Zoology

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Publications

Year Publications
2023

Enwright, N. M., Cheney, W. C., Evans, K., Thurman, H. R., Woodrey, M. S., Fournier, A. M., Gesch, D. B., Pitchford, J. L., Stoker, J. M., Medeiros, S. 2023. Elevation-based probabilistic mapping of irregularly flooded wetlands along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast. Remote Sensing of Environment 287(113451).

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2023

Enwright, N. M., Cheney, W. Y., Evans, K., Thurman, H. R., Woodrey, M. S., Fournier, A. M., Moon, J. A., Levy, H., Cox, J., Kappes, P., Nymon, A. J., Pitchford, J. L. 2023. Mapping high marsh and salt pannes/flats along the northern Gulf of Mexico. Geocarta International 38(1):2285354.

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2023

Fournier, A. M., Lyons, J. E., Wilson, R. R., Gleason, J. S., Adams, E. M., Brush, J. M., Cooper, R. J., Demaso, S. J., Driscoll, M. J., Frederick, P. C., Jodice, P. G., Ottinger, M. A., Reeves, D. B., Seymour, M. A., Sharuga, S. M., Tirpak, J. M., Vermillion, W. G., Zenzal, Jr.R, T. J., Woodrey, M. S. 2023. Structured decision making to prioritize regional bird monitoring needs. INFORMS: Journal on Applied Analytics

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2023

Kross, C. S., Rohli, R. V., Moon, J. A., Fournier, A. M., Woodrey, M. S. 2023. Atmospheric circulation associated with favorable prescribed burns in the Gulf of Mexico coast, U.S.A. Fire Ecology 19.

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2022

Grace, J. K., Duran, E., Ottinger, M., Woodrey, M. S., Maness, T. 2022. Microplastics in the Gulf of Mexico: A bird’s eye view. Sustainability 14.

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2022

Kitaif, J. C., Holiman, H., Woodrey, M. S., Fournier, A. M., Iglay, R. B. 2022. Trends in rail migration arrival and departure times using long-term citizen science data from Mississippi, USA. Waterbirds 45(1):108-112.

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2022

Holiman, H., Kitaif, J. C., Iglay, R. B., Woodrey, M. S., Fournier, A. M. 2022. Using autonomous recording units to detect individual marsh birds in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 43:2022002.

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2022

Holiman, H., Kitaif, J. C., Iglay, R. B., Woodrey, M. S., Fournier, A. M. 2022. Using autonomous recording units to detect individual marsh birds in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 43:2022002.

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2022

Gamblin, A. E., Darrah, A. J., Woodrey, M. S., Iglay, R. B. 2022. Coastal bird community response to dredge-spoil tidal marsh restoration at New Round Island, Mississippi, USA. Restoration Ecology

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2022

Collini, R., Heming, M. C., Mohrman, C., Daigle, M. T., Fulford, C. A., Gauthier Lowry, C. L., Hanisko, M. D., Mikulencak, S., Price, R., Ransom, K. R., Sempier, T. T., Shepard, C., Underwood, W. V., Woodrey, M. S., Denny, M. D., Sparks, E. L. 2022. Utilizing an End-User Driven Process to Identify and Address Climate-Resilience Tool Needs in the US Gulf of Mexico. Coastal Management 50(2):197-214.

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2021

Collini, R., Heming, M. C., Mohrman, C. F., Daigle, M. T., Fulford, C. A., Gauthier Lowry, C. L., Hanisko, M. D., Mikulencak, S., Price, R., Sempier, T. T., Shepard, C., Underwood, W. V., Woodrey, M. S., Denny, M. D., Sparks, E. L. 2021. Understanding end-user adoption of an online climate resilience tool. Environmental Science & Policy 124:247-253.

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2021

Weitzel, S. L., Feura, J. M., Iglay, R. B., Evans, K. O., Rush, S. A., Woodrey, M. S. 2021. Distribution, abundance, and vegetation associations of birds in Mississippi tidal marshes during the non-breeding season. Journal of Field Ornithology 92(3):231-245.

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2021

Weitzel, S., Feura, J. M., Rush, S. A., Iglay, R. B., Woodrey, M. S. 2021. Availability and assessment of microplastic ingestion by marsh birds in Mississippi Gulf Coast tidal marshes. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 166:112187.

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2020

Morris, K. M., Soehren, E. C., Woodrey, M. S., Rush, S. A. 2020. Habitat-Suitability Model for the Yellow Rail (Coturnicops noveboracensis) in the Northern Gulf Coast of Alabama and Mississippi, USA. Remote Sensing 12(5):848.

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2020

Carrier, J., Sparks, E. L., Woodrey, M. S., Cebrian, J., Boettcher, A. 2020. Small-scale variation in herbivore abundance and grazing on Juncus roemerianus dominated salt marshes. Wetlands Ecology & Management 28:983-991.

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2020

Hines, S. L., Vedral, A. J., Jefferson, A., Drymon, J. M., Woodrey, M. S., Mabey, S. E., Sparks, E. L. 2020. Engaging online students by activating ecological knowledge. Ecology and Evolution 10(22):12472-12481.

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2019

Tumas, H. R., Shamblin, B. M., Woodrey, M. S., Nairn, C. J. 2019. Broad-scale patterns of genetic diversity and structure in a foundational salt marsh species black needlerush (Juncus roemerianus). Conservation Genetics 20:903-915.

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2018

Tumas, H. R., Shamblin, B. M., Woodrey, M. S., Nibbelink, N. P., Chandler, R., Nairn, C. J. 2018. Landscape genetics of the foundational salt marsh plant species black needlerush (Juncus roemerianus Scheele) across the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, Juncus roemerianus (Scheele). Landscape Ecology 33:1585-1601.

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2018

Soehren, E. C., Hereford, S. G., Morris, K. M., Trent, J. A., Walker, J. N., Woodrey, M. S., Rush, S. A. 2018. Winter use of wet pine savannas by Yellow Rail (Coturnicops noveboracensis) along coastal Alabama and Mississippi. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(3):615-626.

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2018

Holmquist, J. R., Windham-Myers, L., Crooks, S., Morris, J., Megonigal, J. P., Troxler, T., Weller, D., Bliss, N., Callaway, J., Drexler, J., Ferner, M., Gonneea, M., Kroeger, K., Schile, L., Woo, I., Buffington, K., Breithaupt, J., Boyd, B., Brown, L., Dix, N., Hice-Dunton, L., Horton, B., MacDonald, G., Moyer, R., Shaw, T., Smith, E., Smoak, J., Sommerfield, C., Thorne, K., Watson, E., Wilson, K., Woodrey, M. S. 2018. Accuracy and Precision of Soil Carbon Estimates for Tidal Wetlands in the Conterminous United States. Scientific Reports - Nature 8:16.

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2018

Reece, J. S., Watson, A., Daylander, S. S., Edwards, C. E., Geselbracht, L., LaPeyre, M., Tirpak, B., Tirpak, J., Woodrey, M. S. 2018. A Multiscale Ecosystem and Species-level Vulnerability Assessment of the Gulf Coast, USA. PLoS One 13(6).

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2017

Cohen, E. B., Barrow, W. C., Buler, J. J., Deppe, J. L., Farnsworth, A., Marra, P. P., McWilliams, S. R., Mehlman, D. W., Wilson, R. R., Woodrey, M. S., Moore, F. R. 2017. How do en route events around the Gulf of Mexico influence migratory landbird populations? . Condor 119:327-343.

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2017

Osland, M. J., Griffith, K. T., Larriviere, J. C., Feher, L. C., Cahoon, D. R., Enwright, N. M., Oster, D. A., Tirpak, J. M., Woodrey, M. S., Collini, R., Baustian, J. J., Breithaupt, J. L., Cherry, J. A., Conrad, J. R., Cormier, N., Coronado-Molina, C. A., Donoghue, J. F., Graham, S. A., Harper, J. W., Hester, M. W., Howard, R. J., Krauss, K. W., Kroes, D. E., Lane, R. R., McKee, K. L., Mendelsshon, I. A., Middleton, B. A., Moon, J. A., Piazza, S. C., Rankin, N. M., Sklar, F. H., Steyer, G. D., Swanson, K. M., Swarzenski, C. M., Vervaeke, W. C., Willis, J. M., Wilson, K. V. 2017. Assessing coastal wetland vulnerability to sea-level rise along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast: gaps and opportunities for developing a coordinated regional sampling network. PLoS One 12(9):e0183431.

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2017

Tumas, H. T., Shamblin, B. M., Woodrey, M. S., Nairn, C. J. 2017. Microsatellite markers for population studies of the salt marsh species Juncus roemerianus (Juncaceae). Application in Plant Sciences 5(3):4.

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2017

Morris, K. M., Woodrey, M. S., Hereford, S. G., Soehren, E. C., Conkling, T. J., Rush, S. A. 2017. Yellow Rail (Coturnicops noveboracensis) occupancy in the context of fire in Mississippi and Alabama. Waterbirds 40(2):95-104.

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Extension Publications

Year Publications

Graduate Students

  • Sofia Campuzano
  • Rachel Anderson

Society Memberships

  • American Ornithological Society
  • Association of Field Ornithologists
  • Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
  • Gulf Estuarine Research Society
  • Society of Wetland Scientists
  • The Waterbird Society
  • The Wildlife Society
  • Wilson Ornithological Society