After graduating from the University of Georgia in 2002, Anika worked across the US conducting research relating to avian and small mammal ecology. She joined the Chalfoun Lab in January 2011 as an MS student in the Wyoming Cooperative Research Unit within the Department of Zoology and Physiology. Anika's research investigates indirect effects of the burgeoning wind energy industry's developments on breeding grassland birds in Wyoming.
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Klee, Ryan V., Mahoney, Anika C., Christopher, Cory C., Barrett, Gary W. 2004. Riverine Peninsulas: An Experimental Approach to Homing in White-footed Mice (Peromyscus leucopus). American Midland Naturalist, 2:408-413.
Mahoney, AC and AD Chalfoun. Zephyr or tempest? Wind energy development and nesting success for 2 species of grassland songbirds. The Wildlife Society's 19th Annual Conference, Portland, OR, October 2012.
Mahoney, AC and AD Chalfoun. Indirect Effects of Wind Energy Development on Nesting Grassland Birds. North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, August 2012.
Mahoney, AC and AD Chalfoun. Effects of Wind Energy Development on Breeding Grassland Birds. The Wildlife Society's 18th Annual Conference. Kona, HI, November 2011 (poster).
Mahoney, AC and AD Chalfoun. Indirect Effects of Wind Energy Development on Breeding Grassland Birds. University of Wyoming, Department of Zoology and Physiology Brown Bag Presentation. November 2011.
Mahoney, AC and AD Chalfoun. Wind Energy & Nest Success. Annual Meeting of the Wyoming Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Jackson, WY, December 2011.
Wind Energy & Grassland Birds Project