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Publications of the Center for Biodiversity & Conservation Research

020Holland, M.M. & Winkler, M. In Press . Floristic changes in the understory vegetation of mixed temperate New England freshwater island forests over a period of 33 years.  PLANTS.  
019Goulet, T.L., Erill, I., Ascunce, M. S., Finley, S.J., & Javan, G. T. (2020). Conceptualization of the holobiont paradigm as it pertains to corals. Frontiers in Physiology
018Pintar, M.R., & Resetarits, W. J., Jr. In Press. Aquatic beetles influence colonization of disparate taxa in small lentic systems. Ecology and Evolution.
017McNamara, S. C., Pintar, M.R. & Resetarits, W. J., Jr. In Press. Temperature but not nutrient addition affects abundance and assemblage structure of colonizing aquatic insects. Ecology
016Gaylord, M.K., Blades, E.L. & Parsons, G.R. (2020). A hydrodynamics assessment of the hammerhead shark cephalofoil. Scientific Reports 10, 14495.
015McCauley, M., Jackson, C. R., & Goulet, T. L. (2020). Microbiomes of Caribbean octocorals vary over time but are resistant to environmental change. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 1272
014Pintar, M.R. and W.J. Resetarits, Jr. (2020). Aquatic beetles (Coleoptera) of the University of Mississippi Field Station, Lafayette County, Mississippi, USA. The Coleopterists Bulletin 74 (2).
013Monette, V.D., Kelly, M.J. & Buchholz, R. (2020). Human disturbance and the activity patterns and temporal overlap of tapirs and jaguars in reserves of NW Belize. Biotropica 00: 1– 13.
012Kaup, M., Trull, S. and Hom, E.F.Y. In Review. On the move: Sloths and their symbionts as model mobile ecosystems. Biological Reviews.
011Fuller L., Stell E., Leary C. and Parsons, G. (2020). Circulating adrenocorticotropic hormone levels, lactate levels, hematocrit and osmolality in relation to capture stress in Atlantic sharpnose sharks, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae . Comparative Biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 243:110655. DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2020.110655.
010Pintar, M.R. & W.J. Resetarits Jr. (2020). A comparison of aquatic and semiaquatic Heteroptera (Hemiptera) inhabiting natural habitats and experimental mesocosms at the University of Mississippi Field Station. Aquatic Insects 41 (1): 76–84.
2020009Stell, E., Hoover, J.J., Fuller, L. and Parsons, G.R. (2020). Analyzing leap characteristics and water escape velocities of silver carp using in situ video analysis. North Am J Fish Manage, 40: 163-174. doi:10.1002/nafm.10388
008Garrick, R.C., Dickinson III, T., Reppel, D.K., & Yi, R.N. (2019). Two divergent genetic lineages within the Horned Passalus beetle, Odontotaenius disjunctus (Coleoptera: Passalidae), an emerging model for insect behavior, physiology and microbiome research. Insects, 10 (6): 159.
007Resetarits, Jr, W.J., M.R. Pintar, J.R. Bohenek, & T.M. Breech. (2019). Patch size as a niche dimension: aquatic insects behaviorally partition enemy-free space across gradients of patch size. The American Naturalist, 194 (6): 776–793.
006Zachos LG, Platt BF. (2019). Actuopaleoichnology of a modern Bay of Fundy macro-tidal flat: analogy with a Mississippian tidal flat deposit (Hartselle Sandstone) from Alabama. PeerJ 7:e6975 DOI 10.7717/peerj.6975
005Clear, M.R. & Hom, E. F. Y. (2019). The evolution of symbiotic plant-microbe signaling. Annual Plant Reviews Online 2:1-52. Annual Plant Reviews Online 2:1-52. DOI 10.1002/9781119312994.apr0684
004Heppard, J.M. & Buchholz, R. (2019). Impact of human disturbance on the thermoregulatory behavior of the endangered ringed sawback turtle (Graptemys oculifera). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 10.1002/aqc.3106
003Buchholz, R., Banusiewicz, J.D., Burgess, S., Crocker-Buta, S., Eveland, L., & Fuller, L. (2019). Behavioural research priorities for the study of animal response to climate change. Animal Behaviour, 150: 127-137.
2019002Fuller, L.N. & G.R. Parsons. (2019). A note on associations observed between sharks and teleosts. Southeastern Naturalist, 18(3): 489-498.
2018001Martin, T.H. & Buchholz, R. (2018). Implications of male breeding-season home range movements for population monitoring and minimum reserve area of the Ocellated Turkey (Meleagris ocellata), a threatened Yucatán endemic. The Condor, 120: 815-827.