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ResistanceGA: An R package for the optimization of resistance surfaces using genetic algorithms
WE Peterman
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2018
3102018
Projected loss of a salamander diversity hotspot as a consequence of projected global climate change
JR Milanovich, WE Peterman, NP Nibbelink, JC Maerz
PloS one 5 (8), e12189, 2010
2502010
Ecological resistance surfaces predict fine‐scale genetic differentiation in a terrestrial woodland salamander
WE Peterman, GM Connette, RD Semlitsch, LS Eggert
Molecular Ecology 23 (10), 2402-2413, 2014
2132014
Fine-scale habitat associations of a terrestrial salamander: the role of environmental gradients and implications for population dynamics
WE Peterman, RD Semlitsch
PloS one 8 (5), e62184, 2013
1322013
Productivity and significance of headwater streams: population structure and biomass of the black‐bellied salamander (Desmognathus quadramaculatus)
WE Peterman, JA Crawford, RD Semlitsch
Freshwater Biology 53 (2), 347-357, 2008
1292008
Intermediate pond sizes contain the highest density, richness, and diversity of pond-breeding amphibians
RD Semlitsch, WE Peterman, TL Anderson, DL Drake, BH Ousterhout
PLoS one 10 (4), e0123055, 2015
1112015
Maxent-directed field surveys identify new populations of narrowly endemic habitat specialists
CM Rhoden, WE Peterman, CA Taylor
PeerJ 5, e3632, 2017
1012017
Using species distribution and occupancy modeling to guide survey efforts and assess species status
WE Peterman, JA Crawford, AR Kuhns
Journal for Nature Conservation, 2013
902013
Spatial variation in water loss predicts terrestrial salamander distribution and population dynamics
WE Peterman, RD Semlitsch
Oecologia 176 (2), 357–369, 2014
882014
Conservation and management of peripheral populations: Spatial and temporal influences on the genetic structure of wood frog (Rana sylvatica) populations
WE Peterman, SM Feist, RD Semlitsch, LS Eggert
Biological Conservation 158, 351-358, 2013
622013
Climate change and shrinking salamanders: alternative mechanisms for changes in plethodontid salamander body size
GM Connette, JA Crawford, WE Peterman
Global Change Biology 21 (8), 2834-2843, 2015
582015
Efficacy of riparian buffers in mitigating local population declines and the effects of even-aged timber harvest on larval salamanders
WE Peterman, RD Semlitsch
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (1), 8-14, 2009
582009
A novel landscape genetic approach demonstrates the effects of human disturbance on the Udzungwa red colobus monkey (Procolobus gordonorum)
MJ Ruiz-Lopez, C Barelli, F Rovero, K Hodges, C Roos, WE Peterman, ...
Heredity 116 (2), 167-176, 2016
562016
A comparison of popular approaches to optimize landscape resistance surfaces
WE Peterman, KJ Winiarski, CE Moore, CS Carvalho, AL Gilbert, ...
Landscape Ecology 34, 2197-2208, 2019
552019
Differential dispersal shapes population structure and patterns of genetic differentiation in two sympatric pond breeding salamanders
WE Peterman, TL Anderson, BH Ousterhout, DL Drake, RD Semlitsch, ...
Conservation Genetics 16 (1), 59-69, 2015
532015
Spatial and temporal patterns of water loss in heterogeneous landscapes: using plaster models as amphibian analogues
WE Peterman, JL Locke, RD Semlitsch
Canadian Journal of Zoology 91 (3), 135-140, 2013
532013
Life history differences influence the impacts of drought on two pond‐breeding salamanders
TL Anderson, BH Ousterhout, WE Peterman, DL Drake, RD Semlitsch
Ecological Applications 25 (7), 1896-1910, 2015
512015
Effects of experimental forest management on a terrestrial, woodland salamander in Missouri
DJ Hocking, GM Connette, CA Conner, BR Scheffers, SE Pittman, ...
Forest ecology and management 287, 32-39, 2013
492013
Maximizing pond biodiversity across the landscape: a case study of larval ambystomatid salamanders
WE Peterman, TL Anderson, DL Drake, BH Ousterhout, RD Semlitsch
Animal Conservation 17 (3), 275-285, 2014
482014
Effects of even-aged timber harvest on stream salamanders: support for the evacuation hypothesis
WE Peterman, JA Crawford, RD Semlitsch
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (12), 2344-2353, 2011
472011
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