2019. Vijayakumar, Seenapuram Palaniswamy, Pyron, Robert Alexander, Dinesh, K. P., Torsekar, Varun R., Srikanthan, Achyuthan N., Swamy, Priyanka, Stanley, Edward L., Blackburn, David C., and Shanker, Kartik. The Western Ghats (WG) is an escarpment on the west coast of Peninsular India, housing one of the richest assemblages of frogs in the world, with t... PeerJ. Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, George Washington University, Zoological Survey of India, and University of Florida.
2017. Gurgel-Gonçalves, Rodrigo, Komp, Ed, Campbell, Lindsay P., Khalighifar, Ali, Mellenbruch, Jarrett, Mendonça, Vagner José, Owens, Hannah L., de la Cruz Felix, Keynes, Peterson, A. Townsend, Ramsey, Janine M., and Peterson, A Townsend. Identification of arthropods important in disease transmission is a crucial, yet difficult, task that can demand considerable training and experien... PeerJ. University of Kansas, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, University of Florida, and Instituto Nacional de Salud.
2019. Clark, Kenneth L, Branch, Lyn C, Farrington, Jennifer, Branch, Lyn C., and Clark, Kenneth L. Activities of ecosystem engineers can interact with other disturbances to modulate rates of key processes such as productivity and nutrient cycling... PLOS ONE. United States Department of Agriculture and University of Florida.
2016. Thom, Matthew D., Daniels, Jaret C., Kobziar, Leda N., and Colburn, Jonathan R. Butterflies such as the atala hairstreak, Eumaeus atala Poey, and the frosted elfin, Callophrys irus Godart, are restricted to frequently disturbed... PLOS ONE. United States Department of Agriculture, University of Florida, and Florida Museum of Natural History.
2019. Adler, Peter B., Smull, Danielle, Beard, Karen H., Choi, Ryan T., Furniss, Tucker, Kulmatiski, Andrew, Meiners, Joan M., Tredennick, Andrew T., and Veblen, Kari E. Theory predicts that intraspecific competition should be stronger than interspecific competition for any pair of stably coexisting species, yet pre... Ecology Letters. Utah State University and University of Florida.
2016. Acevedo, Miguel A., Sefair, Jorge A., Smith, J. Cole, Fletcher Jr., Robert J., Reichert, Brian, and Fletcher, Robert J. 1. Conservation goals are ideally set after a thorough understanding of potential threats; however, predicting future spatial patterns of threats, ... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Florida.
2017. Shirley, Matthew H. and Austin, James D. The mid-Holocene has had profound demographic impacts on wildlife on the African continent, though there is little known about the impacts on speci... Molecular Ecology. Florida International University and University of Florida.
2015. Hodgson, Jason A., Mulligan, Connie J., Al-Meeri, Ali, and Raaum, Ryan L. Genetic studies have identified substantial non-African admixture in the Horn of Africa (HOA). In the most recent genomic studies, this non-African... PLoS Genetics. Imperial College London, University of Florida, Sana'a University, and Queens College, CUNY.
2018. Prior, Kirsten M. and Palmer, Todd M. While foundation species can stabilize ecosystems at landscape scales, their ability to persist is often underlain by keystone interactions occurri... Ecology. University of Florida and Mpala Research Center and Wildlife Foundation.
2016. Samuelson, Lisa J., Stokes, Thomas A., Butnor, John R., Johnsen, Kurt H., Gonzalez-Benecke, Carlos A., Martin, Timothy A., Cropper Jr., Wendell P., Anderson, Pete H., Ramirez, Michael R., Lewis, John C., and Cropper, Wendell P. Forests can partially offset greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to climate change mitigation, mainly through increases in live biomass. We qua... Ecological Applications. Auburn University, University of Vermont, United States Department of Agriculture, and University of Florida.