My research centers on understanding the evolutionary, behavioral and physiological mechanisms underpinning the ability of populations to persist in the face of significant environmental change. My work contributes to our understanding of basic science; however, I strongly believe in the value of effectively translating scientific research into practical, evidence-based directives to equip stakeholders with appropriate decision-support tools to advance conservation and sustainability objectives.
Henderson, C.J., B.L. Gilby, A.D. Olds, J. Mosman, R.M. Connolly, G. Hyndes, B. Kelaher, B. Maslo, A. Rowden, A.Williams and T.A. Schlacher. 2022. Connectivity shapes functional diversity and maintains complementarity in surf zoneson exposed coasts. Estuaries and Coasts.doi.org/10.1007/s12237-022-01046-0
Kwait, R., K. Kerwin, C. Herzog, J. Bennett, S. Padhi, I. Zoccolo and B. Maslo. 2021. Whole-room ultraviolet sanitizationas a method for the site-level treatment of Pseudogymnoascus destructans.Conservation Science and Practice, e623.doi.org/10.1111/csp2.623
Stantial, M.L., J.B. Cohen, A.J. Darrah, S. Farrell and B. Maslo. 2021. Habitat-specific behavior, growth rate,and survival of piping plover chicks in Nee Jersey, USA. Ecosphere 12:e03782.
Christensen, T.C., R. Kwait and B. Maslo. 2022. Thermal characteristics of subterranean gestation sites ofcopperheads Agkitrodon contortix (Linnaeus, 1766) in northeastern North America. Herpetological Review.
Maslo, B., R.L. Mau, K. Kerwin, R. McDonough, GE. McHale and J.T. Foster. 2021. Bats provide a critical biodiversity-based service by consuming a large diversity of agricultural pests. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 342: 107722.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2021.107722
Eskew, E.A., D. Fraser, M.J. Vonhof, M.L. Pinsky and B. Maslo. 2021. Host gene expression responses in wildlife disease: making sense of null results. Molecular Ecology.DOI: 10.1111/mec.16172
Provost, E.J., M.A. Coleman, P.A. Butcher, A. Colefax, T.A. Schlacher, M.J. Bishop, R.M. Connolly, B.L. Gilby,C.J. Henderson, A. Jones, M. Lastra, B.Maslo, A.D. Olds and B.P. Kelaher. 2021. Quantifying human use of sandy shores with aerial remote sensing technology: The sky is not the limit. Ocean and Coastal Management211:105750; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2021.105750
Stantial, M., J. Cohen, A. Darrah, S. Farrell and B. Maslo. 2021.The effect of top predator removal on the distribution of a mesocarnivore and nest survival of an endangered shorebird. Avian Conservation and Ecology16(1):8.
Stantial, M., J. Cohen, A. Darrah, S. Farrell and B. Maslo. 2020. Red fox habitat use in landscapes with nesting endangered shorebirds. Journal of Wildlife Management. 1–12; 2020; DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21949
Maslo, B., D. Bushek, J.C. Burkhalter, T. Yuhas, B. Schumm, J. Burger and J.L. Lockwood. 2020. Assessing conservation conflict: to what extent does intertidal oyster aquaculture inhibit foraging of migratory shorebirds?Ecosphere 11(5):e03097.
Kimber, O., B.L. Gilby, C.J. Henderson, A.D. Olds, M.J. Bishop, B. Maslo, M.A. Weston, R.M. Connolly, A.Rowden, and T.A. Schlacher. 2020. The fox and the beach: coastal landscape topography and urbanisation predict the distribution of an invasive carnivore at the edge of the sea. Global Ecology and Conservation:e01071.
Arias, M., S. Gignoux-Wolfsohn, K. Kerwin and B. Maslo. 2020. Factors influencing bat occupancy of artificialroost boxes in New Jersey. Northeast Naturalist 27(2):201-214.
Drake, E.C., S. Gignoux-Wolfsohn and B. Maslo. 2020. Systematic review of the roost-site characteristics ofNorth American forest bats: Implications for conservation. Diversity 12(2):76.
Maslo, B., S.L. Zeigler, E.C. Drake, T. Pover and N.G. Plant. 2020. A pragmatic approach for comparing speciesdistribution models to increase confidence in managing piping plover habitat. Conservation Science and Practice2.2:e150
Schlacher, T.A., B.L. Gilby, A.D. Olds, C.J. Henderson, R.M. Connolly, C.H. Peterson, C.M. Voss, B. Maslo, M.A.Weston, M.J. Bishop and A. Rowden. 2019. Key ecological function peaks at the land-ocean transition zonewhen vertebrate scavengers concentrate on ocean beaches. Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-019-00445-y
Maslo, B., K. Leu. T. Pover, M.A. Weston, B.L. Gilby and T.A. Schlacher. 2019. Optimizing conservation benefitsfor threatened beach fauna following severe natural disturbances. Science of the Total Environment 649:661-671.
Maslo, B., K. Kerwin, J. Bergstrom. 2019. Borough of Pompton Lakes floodplain restoration and implementation plan. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Cooperative Extension.