DeBruyn, J. M., K. Sturner, S. Duncan, and S. Lenhart. 2014.
UTExtension 4-H Guided Inquiry Lesson, W331-A.
Optimal sampling of plant populations for ex situ conservation of genetic biodiversity: considerations on simulated and actual population structure.
Hoban, S., and S. E. Schlarbaum. 2014.
Conservation Biology, 177:90-99.
Fish functional traits correlated with environmental traits in a temperate biodiversity hotspot.
Keck, B., Z. Marion, D. Martin, J. Kaufman, C. Harden, J. Schwartz, and R. J. Strange. 2014.
Ranaviruses: An emerging threat to the biodiversity of ectothermic vertebrates.
Gray, M. J. 2013.
Annual Conference of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, Indianapolis, Indiana, (keynote address).
Debate: can bioenergy be produced in a sustainable manner that protects biodiversity and avoids the risk of invaders?.
Ridley, C., C. Clark, H. Jager, Z. Leggett, R. Efroymson, C. Kwit, D. Miller, and D. Landis. 2013.
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, Vol. 94, pp. 277-290.
Selected Costs and Benefits of Protecting Vital Wildlife Habitats While Producing Biofuel.
Totty, Ben 2013.
Eco-epidemiology of a complex system: Lyme disease, biodiversity, and community ecology?.
Tsao, J., L. Beati, R. Burke, H. Ginesberg, G. J. Hickling, and N. Ogden. 2013.
Proceedings of the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis MN. August 2013.
The springtails (Collembola). In: Biodiversity of the Schoodic Peninsula: Results of the insect and arachnid bioblitzes at the Schoodic District of Acadia National Park, Maine.
Bernard, E. C. 2012.
Technical Bulletin 206, Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Pp. 25-27, 69-76. Edited by D. S. Chandler, D. Manski, C. Donahue & A. Alyokhin.