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Julia E. Earl
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Are commonly used fitness predictors accurate? A meta-analysis of amphibian size and age at metamorphosis
JE Earl, HH Whiteman
Copeia 103 (2), 297-309, 2015
1102015
Introduction of Ranavirus to Isolated Wood Frog Populations Could Cause Local Extinction
JE Earl, MJ Gray
EcoHealth 11, 581-592, 2014
612014
Biomass export of salamanders and anurans from ponds is affected differentially by changes in canopy cover
JE EARL, TM LUHRING, BK WILLIAMS, RD SEMLITSCH
Freshwater Biology 56 (12), 2473-2482, 2011
552011
Carryover effects in amphibians: are characteristics of the larval habitat needed to predict juvenile survival?
JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1429-1442, 2013
442013
Effects of pulsed nitrate exposure on amphibian development
JE Earl, HH Whiteman
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28 (6), 1331-1337, 2009
442009
Characteristics of lesser prairie‐chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus) long‐distance movements across their distribution
JE Earl, SD Fuhlendorf, D Haukos, AM Tanner, D Elmore, SA Carleton
Ecosphere 7 (8), e01441, 2016
422016
Biological connectivity of seasonally ponded wetlands across spatial and temporal scales
LL Smith, AL Subalusky, CL Atkinson, JE Earl, DM Mushet, DE Scott, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55 (2), 334-353, 2019
412019
Design and analysis of ranavirus studies: surveillance and assessing risk
MJ Gray, JL Brunner, JE Earl, E Ariel
Ranaviruses, 209, 2015
412015
Effects of subsidy quality on reciprocal subsidies: how leaf litter species changes frog biomass export
JE Earl, PO Castello, KE Cohagen, RD Semlitsch
Oecologia 175, 209-218, 2014
392014
Demographic network and multi-season occupancy modeling of Rana sylvatica reveal spatial and temporal patterns of population connectivity and persistence
WE Peterman, TAG Rittenhouse, JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Landscape Ecology 28 (8), 1601-1613, 2013
392013
Ranavirus could facilitate local extinction of rare amphibian species
JE Earl, JC Chaney, WB Sutton, CE Lillard, AJ Kouba, C Langhorne, ...
Oecologia 182, 611-623, 2016
382016
Spatial Subsidies, Trophic State, and Community Structure: Examining the Effects of Leaf Litter Input on Ponds
JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Ecosystems 16 (4), 639-651, 2013
382013
Effects of leachate from tree leaves and grass litter on tadpoles
JE Earl, KE Cohagen, RD Semlitsch
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (7), 1511-1517, 2012
382012
Advancing research on animal‐transported subsidies by integrating animal movement and ecosystem modeling
JE Earl, PA Zollner
Journal of Animal Ecology 86, 987-997, 2017
362017
Reciprocal subsidies in ponds: does leaf input increase frog biomass export?
JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Oecologia 170 (4), 1077-1087, 2012
362012
Effects of tannin source and concentration from tree leaves on two species of tadpoles
JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34 (1), 120-126, 2015
292015
Importance of forestry practices relative to microhabitat and microclimate changes for juvenile pond-breeding amphibians
JE Earl, RD Semlitsch
Forest Ecology and Management 357, 151-160, 2015
242015
Phylogenetic patterns of trait and trait plasticity evolution: Insights from amphibian embryos
RA Relyea, PR Stephens, LN Barrow, AR Blaustein, PW Bradley, JC Buck, ...
Evolution 72 (3), 663-678, 2018
202018
Effects of animal movement strategies and costs on the distribution of active subsidies across simple landscapes
JE Earl, PA Zollner
Ecological Modelling 283, 45-52, 2014
202014
A general modeling framework for describing spatially structured population dynamics
C Sample, JM Fryxell, JA Bieri, P Federico, JE Earl, R Wiederholt, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 493-508, 2018
192018
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