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Back 2 School

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Exploring modern teaching and the future of higher education

Borrowed Time

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Exploring earth's biodiversity and the laws of life

Civil Wrongs

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Exploring modern society through a critical race lens

Poetry Corner

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Exploring the soul-stirring power of the English language

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publications

Discerning the environmental drivers of annual migrations in an endangered amphibian

Brooks, G. C., J. A. Smith, T. A. Gorman, and C. A. Haas. 2019. Discerning the environmental drivers of annual migrations in an endangered amphibian. Copeia 107:270-276.

Indirect connectivity estimates of amphibian breeding wetlands from spatially explicit occupancy models

Brooks, G. C., J. A. Smith, E. Frimpong, T. A. Gorman, H. Chandler, and C. A. Haas. 2019. Indirect connectivity estimates of amphibian breeding wetlands from spatially explicit occupancy models. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29:1815-1825.

The impact of targeted data management training for field research projects

Petters, J. L., G. C. Brooks, J. A. Smith, and C. A. Haas. 2019. The impact of targeted data management training for field research projects. Data Science Journal 18:43-50.

Reconciling larval and adult sampling methods to model growth across life-stages

Brooks, G. C., Y. Jiao, T. A. Gorman, and C. A. Haas. 2020. Reconciling larval and adult sampling methods to model growth across life-stages. PLoS ONE 15:e0237737.

Using historical dip net data to infer absence of flatwoods salamanders in stochastic environments

Brooks, G. C. and C. A. Haas. 2021. Using historical dip net data to infer absence of flatwoods salamanders in stochastic environments. PeerJ 9:e12388.

Early development drives variation in amphibian vulnerability to global change

Brooks, G. C. and H. K. Kindsvater. 2022. Early development drives variation in amphibian vulnerability to global change. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10:813414.

Filial cannibalism leads to chronic nest failure of eastern hellbender salamanders (Cryptobranchus alleganienesis)

Hopkins, W. A., B. F. Case, J. Groffen, G. C. Brooks, C. M. Bodinof Jachowski, S. T. Button, J. J. Halligan, R. S. M. O’Brien, and H. K. Kindsvater. 2023. Filial cannibalism leads to chronic nest failure of eastern hellbender salamanders. The American Naturalist 202:92-106.

Comparing estimates of census and effective population size in an endangered amphibian

G. C. Brooks, A. Wendt, C. A. Haas, and J. H. Roberts. 2023. Comparing estimates of census and effective population size in an endangered amphibian. Animal Conservation 26:839-850.

Environmental complexity and reduced stocking density promote positive behavioral outcomes in broiler chickens

Evans, L., G. C. Brooks, M. G. Anderson, A. M. Campbell, and L. Jacobs. 2023. Environmental complexity and reduced stocking density promote positive behavioral outcomes in broiler chickens. Animals 13:2074.

Forecasting the flooding dynamics of flatwoods salamander breeding wetlands under future climate change scenarios

Chandler, H. C., N. M. Caruso, D. L. McLaughlin, Y. Jiao, G. C. Brooks, and C. A. Haas. 2023. Forecasting the flooding dynamics of flatwoods salamander breeding wetlands under future climate change scenarios. PeerJ 11:e16050.

Removing duff layers in fire-suppressed wetlands can aid habitat restoration efforts

Brooks, G. C., T. A. Gorman, K. C. Jones, H. C. Chandler, B. K. Rincon, M. A. Sission, J. Himes, and C. A. Haas. 2023. Removing duff layers in fire-suppressed wetlands can aid habitat restoration efforts. Wetlands 43:95.

Niche partitioning and the storage effect facilitate coexistence in an amphibian community

Brooks, G. C., N. M. Caruso, H. C. Chandler, and C. A. Haas. 2023. Niche partitioning and the storage effect facilitate coexistence in an amphibian community. Ecology and Evolution 13:e10629.

Why are vertebrates so big?

Brooks, G. C. 2023. Why are vertbrates so big? Functional Ecology 37:2764-2766.

Predicting the population viability of an endangered amphibian under environmental and demographic uncertainty

Brooks, G. C., H. C. Chandler, Y. Jiao, D. Z. Childs, and C. A. Haas. 2023. Predicting the population viability of an endangered amphibian under environmental and demographic uncertainty. Population Ecology

The relationship between female body size and clutch size in frosted flatwoods salamanders (Ambystoma cingulatum)

Chandler, H. C. and G. C. Brooks. 2023. The relationship between female body size and clutch size in frosted flatwoods salamanders (Ambystoma cingulatum). Southeastern Naturalist 22:588-594

Concurrent threats and extinction risk in a long-lived, highly fecund vertebrate with parental care

Brooks, G. C., W. A. Hopkins, and H. K. Kindsvater. 2024. Concurrent threats and extinction risk in a long-lived, highly fecund vertebrate with parental care. Ecological Applications 34:e2946

Fundamental constraints on the evolution of vertebrate life histories

Brooks, G. C., Uyeda J. C., H. Conrad, N. Bone, C. Mull, and H. K. Kindsvater. 2024. Fundamental constraints on the evolution of vertebrate life histories. bioRxiv

Variation in flatwoods salamander survival is unrelated to temperature and rainfall

Brooks, G. C., T. A. Gorman, and C. A. Haas. 2024. Variation in flatwoods salamander survival is unrelated to temperature and rainfall. Ichthyology and Herpetology 112:31-40.

Ten principles from evolutionary ecology for the effective conservation of reptiles and amphibians

Brooks, G. C., H. C. Chandler, C. A. Haas, and H. K. Kindsvater. Ten principles from evolutionary ecology for the effective conservation of reptiles and amphibians. in review

Wetland hydrology, not altered phenology, challenges Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander (Ambystoma bishopi) management under future climate change

Chandler, H. C., G. C. Brooks, N. M. Caruso, and C. A. Haas. Wetland hydrology, not altered phenology, challenges Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander (Ambystoma bishopi) management under future climate change. in review

Phenological differences help to maintain reproductive isolation and facilitate the coexistence of two sympatric frogs

Brooks,G. C., R. M. Moore, B. K. Rincon, T. A. Gorman, and C.A. Haas. Phenological differences help to maintain reproductive isolation and facilitate the coexistence of two sympatric frogs. in review

Prescribed fire promotes site recolonization in the Florida Bog Frog, Lithobates okaloosae

Brooks, G. C., T. A. Gorman, C. Proctor, B. K. Rincon, and C.A. Haas. Prescribed fire promotes site recolonization in the Florida Bog Frog, Lithobates okaloosae. in review

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broiler chicken welfare

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Promoting positive behavioural outcomes and improving welfare on poultry farms

fisheries dynamics

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Modeling fisheries as coupled human and natural systems to safeguard social and ecological sustainability

vertebrate life histories

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Studying life-history diversity and macroevolutionary patterns to prioritize global conservation efforts

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