Raymond D. Semlitsch
Raymond D. Semlitsch
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The Global Decline of Reptiles, Déjà Vu Amphibians: Reptile species are declining on a global scale. Six significant threats to reptile populations are habitat loss and …
JW Gibbons, DE Scott, TJ Ryan, KA Buhlmann, TD Tuberville, BS Metts, ...
BioScience 50 (8), 653-666, 2000
19422000
Declining amphibian populations: the problem of separating human impacts from natural fluctuations
JHK Pechmann, DE Scott, RD Semlitsch, JP Caldwell, LJ Vitt, JW Gibbons
Science 253 (5022), 892-895, 1991
10311991
Biological criteria for buffer zones around wetlands and riparian habitats for amphibians and reptiles
RD Semlitsch, JR Bodie
Conservation Biology 17 (5), 1219-1228, 2003
10142003
Time and size at metamorphosis related to adult fitness in Ambystoma talpoideum
RD Semlitsch, DE Scott, JHK Pechmann
Ecology 69 (1), 184-192, 1988
9731988
Are small, isolated wetlands expendable?
RD Semlitsch, JR Bodie
Conservation biology 12 (5), 1129-1133, 1998
7761998
Principles for management of aquatic-breeding amphibians
RD Semlitsch
The journal of wildlife management, 615-631, 2000
6272000
Biological delineation of terrestrial buffer zones for pond‐breeding salamanders
RD Semlitsch
Conservation biology 12 (5), 1113-1119, 1998
6051998
An experimental investigation of landscape resistance of forest versus old‐field habitats to emigrating juvenile amphibians
BB Rothermel, RD Semlitsch
Conservation biology 16 (5), 1324-1332, 2002
4622002
Structure and dynamics of an amphibian community
RD Semlitsch, DE Scott, JHK Pechmann, JW Gibbons
Long-term studies of vertebrate communities, 217-248, 1996
4601996
Call duration as an indicator of genetic quality in male gray tree frogs
AM Welch, RD Semlitsch, HC Gerhardt
Science 280 (5371), 1928-1930, 1998
4571998
Differentiating migration and dispersal processes for pond‐breeding amphibians
RD Semlitsch
The Journal of wildlife management 72 (1), 260-267, 2008
4342008
Influence of wetland hydroperiod on diversity and abundance of metamorphosing juvenile amphibians
JHK Pechmann, DE Scott, JW Gibbons, RD Semlitsch
Wetlands ecology and Management 1 (1), 3-11, 1989
3861989
Critical elements for biologically based recovery plans of aquatic‐breeding amphibians
RD Semlitsch
Conservation biology 16 (3), 619-629, 2002
3742002
Flooding to restore connectivity of regulated, large-river wetlands: natural and controlled flooding as complementary processes along the lower Missouri River
DL Galat, LH Fredrickson, DD Humburg, KJ Bataille, JR Bodie, ...
BioScience 48 (9), 721-733, 1998
3721998
Terrestrial drift fences with pitfall traps: an effective technique for quantitative sampling of animal populations
JW Gibbons, RD Semlitsch
Brimleyana 7, 1-16, 1981
3551981
Activity patterns.
JW Gibbons
Snakes, ecology and evolutionary biology, 396-421, 1987
3291987
Variation in pesticide tolerance of tadpoles among and within species of Ranidae and patterns of amphibian decline
CM Bridges, RD Semlitsch
Conservation Biology 14 (5), 1490-1499, 2000
2882000
Effects of timber harvest on amphibian populations: understanding mechanisms from forest experiments
RD Semlitsch, BD Todd, SM Blomquist, AJK Calhoun, JW Gibbons, ...
BioScience 59 (10), 853-862, 2009
2212009
Multiple stressors in amphibian communities: effects of chemical contamination, bullfrogs, and fish
MD Boone, RD Semlitsch, EE Little, MC Doyle
Ecological Applications 17 (1), 291-301, 2007
2142007
Effects of density of growth, metamorphosis, and survivorship in tadpoles of Scaphiopus holbrooki
RD Semlitsch, JP Caldwell
Ecology 63 (4), 905-911, 1982
2091982
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