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Focusing on survivors: Understanding how some amphibian populations persist beyond chytridiomycosis outbreaks. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 53:E221–E221.. 2013.
DNA extraction method affects the detection of a fungal pathogen in formalin-fixed specimens using qPCR. PloS one. 10:e0135389.. 2015.
Dynamical effects of plant quality and parasitism on population cycles of larch budmoth. Ecology. 84:1207–1214.. 2003.
Dynamics of an emerging disease drive large-scale amphibian population extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107:9689.. 2010.
Habitat structure and population persistence in an experimental community. Nature. 412:538–543.. 2001.
The influence of landscape and environmental factors on ranavirus epidemiology in amphibian assemblage. Freshwater Biology. 63. 2018.
The novel and endemic pathogen hypotheses: competing explanations for the origin of emerging infectious diseases of wildlife. Conservation Biology. 19:1441–1448.. 2005.
Of poisons and parasites: the defensive role of tetrodotoxin against infections in newts. Journal of Animal Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12816. 2018.
Pathophysiology in mountain yellow-legged frogs (Rana muscosa) during a chytridiomycosis outbreak. PLoS One. 7:e35374.. 2012.
Population cycles in the pine looper moth: Dynamical tests of mechanistic hypotheses. Ecological Monographs. 75:259–276.. 2005.
Population cycles of the larch budmoth in Switzerland. Population cycles: the case for trophic interactions (ed. AA Berryman). :130–141.. 2002.
Population genetics of the frog-killing fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104:13845–13850.. 2007.
Resistance, tolerance and environmental transmission dynamics determine host extinction risk in a load-dependent amphibian disease. Ecology Letters. 20(9):1169-1181.. 2017.
What causes generation cycles in populations of stored-product moths? Journal of Animal Ecology. :352–366.. 2000.
Why do populations cycle? A synthesis of statistical and mechanistic modeling approaches Ecology. 80:1789–1805.. 1999.