Curriculum Vitae


Brad Michael Glorioso

Office: 337-266-8836
E-mail: gloriosob@usgs.gov

EDUCATION

B.S.Biology (Applied Zoology), Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA. May 2003.
Cumulative GPA 3.619, 129 hours, Major GPA 3.91
M.S. Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN. May 2006.
Cumulative GPA 4.00, 45 hours, GRE Comp. 1250
Thesis: Population Ecology and Feeding Activity of the Stinkpot Turtle, Sternotherus
odoratus, Latreille (Kinosternidae), at Reelfoot Lake, Lake Co., Tennessee



RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Summer 2000 Initiated a turtle mark-recapture study in a system of urban drainage canals in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, under guidance from Dr. Richard Seigel.

Fall '02 -- Spring '03 Field assistant to Dr. Brian Crother’s graduate student Joe Ramspott working in Manchac Wildlife Management Area in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana. Goals included updating the herp species list and examining amphibian recruitment along transects in near-pristine versus open marshes.

Fall 2003 Under the guidance of Dr. Dennis Mullen, examined intraspecific interactions of Banded Sculpin (Cottus carolinae) in a first order stream in Cannon County, Tennessee.

Fall 2003 With major professor, Dr. Vincent Cobb, explored movements of a litter of neonate Timber Rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) in Rutherford County, Tennessee using radio-telemetry.

Winter ‘04 – Spring ‘05 Field assistant for Dr. Brian Miller’s graduate student Richie Wyckoff, who investigated the migration patterns and chronology of five species of ambystomatid salamander in Coffee County, Tennessee. Work consisted of checking drift fence arrays and minnow traps around and in an ephemeral wetland, and processing and marking individuals.

Spring/Summer ‘04 Field technician for Dr. Brian Miller’s inventory of herpetofauna at Stones River National Battlefield in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Visual encounter surveys, drift fences, minnow taps, cover boards, hoop traps and deep-water crawfish nets were employed.

Summer ‘04 – Spring ‘06 Field assistant for Dr. Brian Miller’s graduate student Matthew Niemiller, who is examining the phylogenetics of the Tennessee Cave Salamander complex, Gyrinophilus palleucus. Work entailed capturing individuals in stream caves and then processing them for standard measurements, getting tissue samples, and inserting alpha numeric tags to identify individuals.

Summer ‘04 – Fall ‘05 Initiated a mark-recapture study of freshwater aquatic turtles at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. In this time period 2469 individual turtles of 9 species were captured. Experience included using digital radiography on gravid turtles. Hoop nets, drift fences, deep-water crawfish nets and dip nets were utilized to capture turtles.

Fall ‘04 – Fall ‘05 Worked on Master’s thesis examining population dynamics and feeding activity of Sternotherus odoratus at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Deep-water crawfish nets were used to capture turtles, which were then processed for standard measurements, marked by making notches on the marginal scutes with a file, and subsequently released at point of capture.

Fall ‘04 – Spring ‘06 Field technician for Dr. Dennis Mullen’s inventory of fish at Stones River National Battlefield in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Seining, electrofishing and fyke nets were employed.

Fall ‘04 – Spring ‘06 Under the guidance of Dr. Brian Miller, examined reproductive success and distribution of the rare Streamside Salamander (Ambystoma babouri) in middle Tennessee.

Spring ’07 – Fall ‘07 Seasonal Researcher examining the turtle population and assemblage for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources at Big Oak Tree State Park. Deep-water crawfish nets, hoop nets, fyke nets, and basking traps were employed. Captured turtles were processed for standard measurements and then marked.

Spring ’08 – Spring '11 Biological Technician II, thenGeneral Biologist I for IAP World Services, Inc., working at the U.S. Geological Survey National Wetlands Research Center under research ecologist Hardin Waddle. Responsibilities include conducting visual encounter and calling surveys for frogs in the Atchafalaya Basin, Big Thicket National Preserve, and Coldwater NWR as part of a project funded by ARMI (Amphibian Research Monitoring Inititiative). We also conducted amphibian surveys at various WRP and agricultural lands in the Delta of Mississippi. We began a project examining population ecology of ambystomatid salamanders inhabiting Kisatchie National Forest.

Spring ’11 – Present Ecologist with the United States Geological Survey, working at the U.S. Geological Survey Wetland and Aquatic Research Center under research ecologist Hardin Waddle with the Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI). Responsibilities include conducting visual encounter and calling surveys for frogs in the Atchafalaya Basin and Big Thicket National Preserve. We have alsoexamined the population ecology of ambystomatid salamanders inhabiting Kisatchie National Forest in north central Louisiana. We examined impacts of road mortality of Spotted Salamanders on population viability along the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi. We recently began investigating Gulf Coast Waterdog populations in Louisiana incorporating a disease and genetics component. Lastly, we documented snake fungal disease in Louisiana and are studying the disease and its impacts on snake populations in Louisiana.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

8/03 – 5/05 Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of Topics in Biology for non majors
Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro
8/05 – 12/05 Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of General Biology I for majors
Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro
1/06 – 5/06 Teaching Assistant for the laboratory portion of General Biology II for majors
Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro
8/06 – 5/07 Seventh Grade Science teacher, Science Club sponsor, Asst. basketball coach
Charleston Accelerated Middle School, Charleston, Missouri
Asst. baseball coach
Charleston Senior High School, Charleston, Missouri


RELEVANT CERTIFICATIONS/TRAINING

CPR/First Aid (Includes AED)
All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Operation
Motorboat Operation Certification Course (MOCC)
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems I
ArcGIS Desktop II: Tools and Functionality
GIS Applications: Wetland Hydrology
B3 Combination Helicopter/Airplane Safety
NSC Defensive Driving II
Airboat Operator Certification Course
Wilderness and Remote First Aid
Boat US Online Boating Safety Course (Louisiana)
Basic Firearms Safety Course - Specimen Collection
Introductory MARK Workshop
Analysis and Management of Vertebrate Populations and Communities (WIS 6934)


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

Missouri Herpetological Association
Louisiana Herpetological Research Group
Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation
Tennessee Herpetological Society


GUEST REVIEWER

Southeastern Naturalist - Reviewer (2) & Guest Editor (1)
Herpetological Conservation and Biology
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management
Wildlife Research
Asian Herpetological Research
Chelonian Conservation and Biology
Conservation Physiology



EDITORSHIPS

Southeastern Naturalist - Associate Editor (2016-present)


PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Koczaja, K., L. McCall, E. Fitch, B. Glorioso, C Hanna, J. Kyzar, M. Niemiller, J. Spiess, A. Tolley, R. Wyckoff, and D. Mullen. 2005. Size-specific habitat segregation and intraspecific interactions in banded sculpin (Cottus carolinae). Southeast. Nat. 4(2):207-218.[PDF]

Cobb, V. A., J. J. Green, T. Worrall, J. Pruett, and B. Glorioso. 2005. Initial den location behavior in a litter of neonate timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) using external transmitters. Southeast. Nat. 4(4):723-730. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, and B.T. Miller. 2006. An eastern and subterranean maximum size record of the banded sculpin, Cottus carolinae, from Tennessee. Tenn. Acad. Sci. 81(1-2):41-43. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and M. L. Niemiller. 2006. Using deep-water crawfish nets to capture aquatic turtles. Herpetol. Rev. 37(2):185-187. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, C. Nicholas, J. Phillips, J. Rader, E. Reed, K.L. Sykes, J. Todd, G.R. Wyckoff, E.L. Young, and B.T. Miller. 2006. Status and distribution of the streamside salamander (Ambystoma barbouri) in middle Tennessee. Am. Midl. Nat. 156(2):394-399. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, C. Nicholas, J. Phillips, J. Rader, E. Reed, K.L. Sykes, J. Todd, G.R. Wyckoff, E.L. Young, and B.T. Miller. 2009. Notes on the reproduction of the streamside salamander, Ambystoma barbouri, from Rutherford County, Tennessee. Southeast. Nat. 8(1):37-44. [PDF]

Waddle, J.H., T.F. Thigpen, andB.M. Glorioso. 2009. Efficacy of automatic vocalization recognition software for anuran monitoring. Herp. Cons. & Bio. 4(3):384-388. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2010.Pseudacris ornata. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.(866):1-8. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., A.J. Vaughn, and J.H. Waddle. 2010. The aquatic turtle assemblage inhabiting a highly altered landscape in southeast Missouri. J. Fish Wildl. Manag. 1(2):161-168. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., M.L. Niemiller, and V.A. Cobb. 2010. Feeding times ofAmphiuma tridactylumat Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. J. Tennessee Acad. Sci. 85:87-90. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., R.G. Reynolds,B.M. Glorioso,J. Spiess,and B.T. Miller. 2011. Herpetofauna of the cedar glades and associated habitats of the Inner Central Basin of Middle Tennessee. Herp. Cons. & Bio. 6(1):127-141. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, K.G. Rice, H.F. Percival, and M.E. Crocket. 2012. Diet of the invasive Cuban treefrog (Osteopilus septentrionalis) in pine rockland and mangrove habitats in south Florida. Carib. J. Sci. 46(2-3):346-355. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and V.A. Cobb. 2012. Diel and temporal activity indicated by feeding in the eastern musk turtle,Sternotherus odoratus,at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Herp. Cons. Bio.7(3):323-329. [PDF]

Waddle, J.H., B.M. Glorioso, and S.P. Faulkner. 2013. A quantitative assessment of the conservation benefits of the Wetlands Reserve Program to amphibians. Restoration Ecology 21(2):200-206. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and J.H. Waddle. 2014. A review of pipe and bamboo artificial refugia as sampling tools in anuran studies. Herp. Cons. Bio. 9(3):609-625. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, and J. Hefner. 2015.Reproductive biology ofAmbystomasalamanders in the southeastern United States. Herpetol. Notes 8:347-356. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.,J.H. Waddle, D.E. Green, and J.M. Lorch. 2016. First documented case of snake fungal disease in a free-ranging wild snake in Louisiana. Southeast. Nat. 15(1):N4-N6. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, D.B. Fenolio,R.G. Reynolds, S.J. Taylor,and B.T. Miller. 2016.Growth, survival, longevity, and population size of the Big Mouth Cave Salamander (Gyrinophilus palleucus necturoides) from the type locality in Grundy Co., Tennessee, USA. Copeia 2016:35-41. [PDF]

Lorch, J.M, J.S. Lankton, S. Knowles, K. Michell, J.L. Edwards, J.M. Kapfer, R.A.Staffen, E.R. Wild, K.Z. Schmidt, A.E. Ballman, D. Blodgett, T.M. Farrell, B.M. Glorioso, L.A. Last, S.J. Price, K.L. Schuler, C.E. Smith, J.F.X. Wellehan Jr., D.S. Blehert. 2016. Snake fungal disease: an emerging threat to wild snakes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B-Biological Sciences 371:170920150457.

Glorioso, B.M., and J.H. Waddle. 2017. Nocturnal arboreality in snakes in the swamplands of the Atchafalaya Basin of south-central Louisiana and Big Thicket National Preserve of southeast Texas. J. North American Herpetol. 2017(1):11-18. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, and C.L. Richards-Zawacki. 2017. Prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis and Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans in the Gulf Coast Waterdog, Necturus beyeri, from southeast Louisiana. Herpetological Review 48(2):360-363. [PDF]


NATURAL HISTORY & GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION NOTES

Glorioso, B.M., E.L. Young, and M.L. Niemiller. 2006. Geographic Distribution. Ambystoma talpoideum. Herpetol. Rev. 37(1):97. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and M.L. Niemiller. 2006. Geographic Distribution. Bufo americanus americanus. Herpetol. Rev. 37(1):98. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., and B.M. Glorioso. 2006. Geographic Distribution. Rana palustris. Herpetol. Rev. 37(1):102. [PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, E. Gray, B.T. Miller, J.B. Jensen, and T. Keys. 2006. Pseudotriton ruber ruber (Northern Red Salamander). Size and subterranean aggregation. Herpetol. Rev. 37(4):438. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and M.L. Niemiller. 2006. Geographic Distribution. Plethodon glutinosus. Herpetol. Rev. 37(4):485. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., and J. Pruett. 2007. New records for amphibians and reptiles of Trousdale County, Tennessee. Herpetol. Rev. 38(2):247-248.[PDF]

Niemiller, M.L.,B.M. Glorioso, G.R. Wyckoff, and J.K. Spiess. 2007. New county records for amphibians in middle Tennessee. Herpetol. Rev. 38(2):234.[PDF]

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso, E.L. Young, and V.A. Cobb. 2007. Farancia abacura reinwardtii (Western Mud Snake). Reproduction. Herpetol. Rev. 38(2):207. [PDF]

Daniel, R.E., B.S. Edmond, and J.T. Briggler. 2007. New herpetological records from Missouri for 2008. Missouri Herpetological Association, Reis Biological Station, Missouri. [23 County Records - PDF]

Daniel, R.E., B.S. Edmond, and J.T. Briggler. 2008. New herpetological records from Missouri for 2008. Missouri Herpetological Association, Reis Biological Station, Missouri. [3 County Records - PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, and J. Hefner. 2012.Ambystoma maculatum (Spotted Salamander). Reproduction. Herpetol. Rev. 43(4):627-628. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, J.A. Jenkins, H.M. Olivier, and R.R. Layton. 2015.Hyla chrysoscelis(Cope’s Gray Treefrog) x Hyla cinerea(Green Treefrog). Putative natural hybrid. Herpetol. Rev. 46(3):410-411. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.2016. Geographic Distribution.Hemidactylus parvimaculatus. Herpetol. Rev. 47(1):81. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.2016. Geographic Distribution.Osteopilus septentrionalis. Herpetol. Rev. 47(2):249. [PDF]

Muse, L.J., B.M. Glorioso, and C.A. Eaglestone.2016. Geographic Distribution.Storeria occipitomaculata. Herpetol. Rev. 47(2):266. [PDF]


BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS

Glorioso, B.M. 2011. Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad (Gastrophryne carolinensis). Pp. 293-296In: The Amphibians of Tennessee, Niemiller, M.L., & Reynolds, R.G. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Glorioso, B.M.2011. American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus). Pp. 304-306In:The Amphibians of Tennessee, Niemiller, M.L., & Reynolds, R.G. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Glorioso, B.M.2011. Southern Leopard Frog (Lithobates sphenocephalus). Pp. 313-315In:The Amphibians of Tennessee, Niemiller, M.L., & Reynolds, R.G. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Glorioso, B.M.2011. Eastern Spadefoot (Scaphiopus holbrookii). Pp. 319-322In:The Amphibians of Tennessee, Niemiller, M.L., & Reynolds, R.G. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Glorioso, B.M.2013. Eastern Musk Turtle (Sternotherus odoratus). Pp. 301-304In: The Reptiles of Tennessee, Reynolds, R.G., Niemiller, M.L., and Miller, B.T. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

Glorioso, B.M.2013. Field Notes: A Slough of Stinkpots! Pp. 299-300In: The Reptiles of Tennessee, Reynolds, R.G., Niemiller, M.L., and Miller, B.T. (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.


GOVERNMENT REPORTS

Glorioso, B.M., and A.J. Vaughn. 2008. Demographics of the Turtle Population of Big Oak Tree State Park: Implications for Management and Conservation. Unpublished Technical Report. Missouri Department of Natural Resources. 108 pp. [Contact me if interested in PDF]



POPULAR ARTICLES

Niemiller, M.L., and B.M. Glorioso. 2010. The Indo-Pacific Gecko (Hemidactylus garnotii) in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Tennessee Herpetological Society Newsletter. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2014. Inventorying amphibians and reptiles at Palmetto Island. Palmetto Pal's Paper: A Newsletter by Friends of Palmetto Island State Park, Inc. 4(3):8. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2014. Close encounters of the ground rattler? Palmetto Pal's Paper: A Newsletter by Friends of Palmetto Island State Park, Inc. 4(4):9-10. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2014. Untitled (Rough Greensnake story). Palmetto Pal's Paper: A Newsletter by Friends of Palmetto Island State Park, Inc. 4(5):8-9. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2014. Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles of Louisiana. Louisiana Amphibian and Reptile Enthusiasts (L.A.R.E.). 1st Edition. 3pp. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.2014. L.A.R.E. shines at the 2014 Stir the Pot Festival. Palmetto Pal's Paper: A Newsletter by Friends of Palmetto Island State Park, Inc. 4(6):9-10. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.2014. Palmetto Island's Abundant Non-venomous Watersnakes. Palmetto Pal's Paper: A Newsletter by Friends of Palmetto Island State Park, Inc. 4(7):6-7. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M. 2014. 2015 Amphibians and Reptiles of Louisiana L.A.R.E. Fundraising Calendar. 26 pp.

Glorioso, B.M.2015. Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles of Louisiana. Louisiana Amphibian and Reptile Enthusiasts (L.A.R.E.). 2nd Edition. 3pp. [PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.and J.A. Erdmann. 2017. L.A.R.E. Fact Sheet #1: Box Turtles. Louisiana Amphibian and Reptile Enthusiasts (L.A.R.E.). 1 p. [PDF]


ABSTRACTS (presenting author with *)

Cobb, V.A.*, T. Worrall, J.J. Green, J. Pruett, and B. Glorioso. 2003. Early movement behavior in a litter of neonate timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus). Tennessee Herpetological Society, Jackson, Tennessee.

Cobb, V.A.*, T. Worrall, J.J. Green, J. Pruett, and B. Glorioso. 2004. Initial den location behavior in a litter of timber rattlesnakes. Association of Southeastern Biologists, Memphis, Tennessee.

Wyckoff, G.R.*, M.L. Niemiller, B.M. Glorioso, and B.T. Miller. 2005. Community structure of a complex wetland: chronology of breeding migrations of five ambystomatid salamanders. Association of Southeastern Biologists, Florence, Alabama.

Glorioso, B.M.*, E.L. Young, and V.A. Cobb. 2005. Population ecology of stinkpots (Sternotherus odoratus) at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Tennessee Herpetological Society, Cumberland, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M.*, E.L. Young, and V.A. Cobb. 2005. Feeding activity of stinkpots (Sternotherus odoratus) at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, Tennessee.

Cobb, V.A.*, B.M. Glorioso, and E.L. Young. 2005. Freshwater turtle populations of Reelfoot Lake. Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M.*, E.L. Young, and V.A. Cobb. 2006. Population ecology of Sternotherus odoratus at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Association of Southeastern Biologists, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M.*, E.L. Young, and V.A. Cobb. 2006. Population ecology and feeding activity of Sternotherus odoratus at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and V.A. Cobb. 2006. Population ecology and feeding activity of Sternotherus odoratus at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Missouri Herpetological Association, Reis Biological Station, Missouri. [Abstract - PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.*, and A.J. Vaughn. 2007. Turtle composition and demography at Big Oak Tree State Park, with an eye on the future. Missouri Herpetological Association, Bull Shoals Field Station, Missouri. [Abstract - PDF]

Glorioso, B.M.*, T. Thigpen, and J.H. Waddle. 2008. Assessing the accuracy of Song Scope in detecting calling anurans. Annual Meeting of the U.S. Geological Survey Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative, Lafayette, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*2008. My journey back home. Bi-annual Meeting of the Louisiana Herpetological Research Group, Cocodrie, Louisiana.

Thigpen, T.*, B.M. Glorioso, and J.H. Waddle2009. Efficacy of automatic vocalization software for anuran monitoring. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon.

Glorioso, B.M.*, J.H. Waddle, and S.P. Faulkner. 2009. Anuran site occupancy as an indicator of conservation benefits of the Wetlands Reserve Program. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J.H. Waddle. 2010. Trend detection in long term anuran monitoring: A comparison of vocalization and visual encounter surveys. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Providence, Rhode Island.

Niemiller, M.L.*, R.G. Reynolds, B.M. Glorioso, J. Spiess, and B.T. Miller. 2010. Herpetofauna of the cedar glades and associated habitats of the Inner Central Basin of MIddle Tennessee. Tennessee Herpetological Society, Scott County, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M.*2010. The who, what, where, and why of ARMI. Bi-annual Meeting of the Louisiana Herpetological Research Group, Cocodrie, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*2011. ARMI in the south-central region. Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Amphibian Monitoring Program, U.S. Geological Survey National Wetlands Research Center, Lafayette, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.* 2012. Diel activity indicated by feeding in the Eastern Musk Turtle, Stenrotherus odoratus, at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Tennessee Herpetological Society, Martin, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M., J.H. Waddle, and J. Hefner*. 2013. Effect of road mortality on a Spotted Salamander population along the Natchez Trace Parkway.Bi-annual Meeting of the Louisiana Herpetological Research Group, Cocodrie, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J. Hefner. 2013. Louisiana Amphibian and Reptile Enthusiasts. Bi-annual Meeting of the Louisiana Herpetological Research Group, Cocodrie, Louisiana.

Niemiller, M.L.*, D.B. Fenolio, B.M. Glorioso, R.G. Reynolds, and B.T. Miller. 2014. Life history and demography of the Tennessee cave salamander (Gyrinophilus palleucus) from the Interior Plateau of central Tennessee. 6th Conference on the Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Glorioso, B.M.*2014. Suspected cases of snake fungal disease in Louisiana. Research, Management, and Education Symposium, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J.H. Waddle. 2015. Effects of Spotted Salamander road mortality on population viability along the Natchez Trace Parkway near Jackson, Mississippi.Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Covington, Louisiana.

Waddle, J.H.*, andB.M. Glorioso. 2015. Long-term trends in anuran occupancy in the Atchafalaya Basin of Louisiana.Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Covington, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*2015. Louisiana Amphibian and Reptile Enthusiasts (LARE): A Facebook group aimed at education, conservation, and citizen science.Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Covington, Louisiana. (Invited presentation)

Glorioso, B.M.*2015. Identification and Natural History of the Snakes of Acadiana. Brown Bag Series, National Wetlands Research Center, United States Geological Survey, Lafayette, Louisiana.

Waddle, J.H.*, andB.M. Glorioso. 2016. Site occupancy characteristics of the Gulf Coast Waterdog (Necturus beyeri). Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J.H. Waddle. 2016. Effect of salinity on anuran occupancy in Big Thicket National Preserve, Texas. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.* 2016. Snake fungal disease. Louisiana Pinesnake Stakeholders Meeting, Nacogdoches, Texas.

Glorioso, B.M.*2016.Snake fungal disease: a review along with preliminary data from Louisiana.Bi-annual Meeting of the Louisiana Herpetological Research Group, Cocodrie, Louisiana.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J.H. Waddle. 2016. Effects of Spotted Salamander road mortality on population viability along the Natchez Trace Parkway near Jackson, Mississippi. Mississippi Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting, Jackson, Mississippi.

Glorioso, B.M.*, J.H. Waddle, L.J. Muse, and J.M. Lorch. 2017. Preliminary data on snake fungal disease in a Louisiana snake asemblage.Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Glorioso, B.M.*, J.H. Waddle, L.J. Muse, and J.M. Lorch. 2017. Snake fungal disease in a Louisiana snake assemblage. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin, Texas.


POSTERS (presenting author with *)

Cobb, V.A.*, T. Worrall, J.J. Green, J. Pruett, and B. Glorioso. 2004. Initial den location behavior by a litter of timber rattlesnakes in Tennessee. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Norman, Oklahoma.

Koczaja, K., L. McCall, E. Fitch, B. Glorioso, C Hanna, J. Kyzar, M. Niemiller *, J. Spiess, A. Tolley, R. Wyckoff *, and D. Mullen. 2004. Size-specific habitat segregation and intraspecific interactions in banded sculpin (Cottus carolinae). Association of Southeastern Biologists, Memphis, Tennessee.

Wyckoff, G.R.*, M. Niemiller, B. Glorioso, and B.T. Miller. 2004. A look into a diverse reptile and amphibian community: in a wetland at Arnold Air Force Base. Tennessee Academy of Science, Columbia, Tennessee.

Glorioso, B.M.*, M.L. Niemiller, G.R. Wyckoff, and B.T. Miller. 2004. Demography of two sympatric turtles from an urban setting in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Tennessee Academy of Science, Columbia, Tennessee.

Niemiller, M.L., B.M. Glorioso*, C. Nicholas, J. Phillips, J. Rader, E. Reed, K.L. Sykes, J. Todd, G.R. Wyckoff, E.L. Young,and B.T. Miller. 2005. Notes on the reproduction of the streamside salamander, Ambystoma barbouri, from Rutherford County, Tennessee. Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, Tennessee.

Niemiller, M.L.*, B.M. Glorioso*, and B.T. Miller. 2006. Status and distribution of the Streamside Salamander, Ambystoma barbouri, in middle Tennessee. Association of Southeastern Biologists, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Cobb, V.A.*, and B.M. Glorioso*. 2006. Mark-recapture effort of freshwater turtles at Reelfoot Lake. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Waddle, J.H.*, andB.M. Glorioso. 2011. Estimating the power to detect a trend in occupancy monitoring studies: comparison of VES and vocalization surveys. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Glorioso, B.M.*, and J.H. Waddle. 2012. The south-central region of the U.S. Geological Survey's Amphibian Research Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) program: an overview of recent and current projects. Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Pikeville, Tennessee.

Muse, L.J.*, B.M. Glorioso, and J.H. Waddle. 2017. The effects of salinity on anuran occupancy in Big Thicket National Preserve, Texas.Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Glorioso, B.M.*, J.H. Waddle, L.J. Muse, B.B. Gregory, and C.D. Battaglia. 2017. Occupancy of Gulf Coast Waterdogs (Necturusbeyeri) in southwest Louisiana. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin, Texas.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Louisiana State University - April 14, 2016 - Guest Lecture on Herp Conservation, field trip afterwards

Southeastern Louisiana University - March 30, 2017 - Seminar on USGS Herp Research

Louisiana State University - April 4, 2017 - Guest Lecture on Herp Conservation, field trip afterwards


REFERENCES

Allison Vaughn – Natural Areas Coordinator, Missouri DNR (573-522-3260)

Brian Miller – Professor, Middle Tennessee State University (615-898-5635)

Hardin Waddle–Research Ecologist, USGS Wetland and Aquatic Research Center (337-266-8671)



OTHER

Photo credits: 18 photos in The Amphibians and Reptiles of New York State: Identification,
Natural History, and Conservation by Gibbs et al. (2007).

1 photo in The Tennessee Conservationist, Vol. 73 No. 3, May/June 2007.

2 photos in Adirondack Explorer, Vol. 10 No. 2, March/April 2008.

1 photo in The Amphibians and Reptiles of Georgia by Jensen et al. (2008).

8 photos on theSalamanders of Tennessee poster (2008). [PDF]

33 photos inThe Amphibians of Tennessee by Niemiller & Reynolds (eds.). (2011).

3 photos in Louisiana Conservationist, Vol. 64 No. 2, Spring 2011. [PDF]

1 photo on Swamp People, Season 3, Episode: Rebound, Premiere Date: 04/12/2012

1 photo in U.S.G.S.Fact Sheet 2012–3090 (2012 Annual ARMI Update) [PDF]

71photos inThe Reptiles of Tennesseeby Reynolds, Niemiller, & Miller (eds.). (2013).

2 photos in North American Amphibians: Diversity & Distribution by Green, Weir,
Casper, and Lannoo (2014).

135 photos in Amphibians and Reptiles of Louisiana: An Identification and Reference Guide by Boundy and
Carr (2017)


Television appearances:Tennessee’s Wild Side: (30 min. weekly program on public television)
Appeared in
Episode 1101 Cave Salamanders (2005)
Appeared inEpisode 1106 Reelfoot Turtle Survey (2006)

Missouri’s KFVS 12 Heartland Science Lab
December 20, 2006 – 5 o’clock news

Swamplands USA on Animal Planet
Atchafalaya, Premier Date July 9, 2013

All images on site are sole property of B.M. Glorioso. To use any images on this site please contact me at: gloriosob429@gmail.com 2017