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Rohr, J.R., D.J. Civitello, J.M. Cohen, E.A. Roznik, B. Sinervo, and A.I. Dell. Towards a global framework for estimating acclimation and thermal breadth that predicts risk from climate change.
Gabor, C.R., S.A. Knutie, E.A. Roznik, and J.R. Rohr. Are the adverse effects of stressors on amphibians mediated by their effects on stress hormones?
Greenspan, S.E., D.S. Bower, E.A. Roznik, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, R.A. Alford, and B.R. Scheffers. Infection increases vulnerability to climate change via effects on host thermal tolerance.
Roznik, E.A., N. Cano, K.L. Surbaugh, and J.R. Rohr. Effects of temperature and parasites on the jumping performance of native and invasive frogs.
Greenspan, S.E., D.S. Bower, R. Webb, E.A. Roznik, L. Berger, G. Marantelli, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2017. Realistic heat pulses protect frogs from disease under simulated rainforest frog thermal regimes. Functional Ecology, in press.
Cohen, J.M., M.D. Venesky, E.L. Sauer, D.J. Civitello, T.A. McMahon, E.A. Roznik, and J.R. Rohr. 2017. The thermal mismatch hypothesis explains host susceptibility to an emerging infectious disease. Ecology Letters 20:184-193.
Mainwaring, M.C., I. Barber, D.C. Deeming, D.A. Pike, E.A. Roznik, and I.R. Hartley. 2017. Climate change and nest-building animals: a review of the ecological threats and potential for adaptive responses. Biological Reviews, early view.
Greenspan, S.E., E.A. Roznik, L. Schwarzkopf, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2016. Robust calling performance in frogs infected by a deadly fungal pathogen. Ecology and Evolution 6:5964-5972.
Roznik, E.A., S.J. Sapsford, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2015. Natural disturbance reduces disease risk in endangered rainforest frog populations. Scientific Reports 5:13472.
Pike, D.A., E.A. Roznik, and I. Bell. 2015. Nest inundation from sea-level rise threatens sea turtle population viability. Royal Society Open Science 2:150127.
Roznik, E.A., S.J. Sapsford, D.A. Pike, L. Schwarzkopf, and R.A. Alford. 2015. Condition-dependent reproductive effort in frogs infected by a widespread pathogen. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20150694.
Roznik, E.A., and R.A. Alford. 2015. Seasonal ecology and behavior of an endangered rainforest frog (Litoria rheocola) threatened by disease. PLoS ONE 10:e0127851.
Stevenson, L.A., E.A. Roznik, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2014. Host-specific thermal profiles affect fitness of a widespread pathogen. Ecology and Evolution 4:4053-4064.
Roznik, E.A., and R.A. Alford. 2014. Using pairs of physiological models to estimate temporal variation in amphibian body temperature. Journal of Thermal Biology 45:22-29.
Sapsford, S.J., E.A. Roznik, R.A. Alford, and L. Schwarzkopf. 2014. Visible implant elastomer marking does not affect short-term movements or survival rates of the treefrog Litoria rheocola. Herpetologica 70:23-33.
Stevenson, L.A., R.A. Alford, S.C. Bell, E.A. Roznik, L. Berger, and D.A. Pike. 2013. Variation in thermal performance of a widespread pathogen, the amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. PLoS ONE 8:e73830.
Roznik, E.A., and R.A. Alford. 2012. Does waterproofing Thermochron iButton dataloggers influence temperature readings? Journal of Thermal Biology 37:260-264.
Roznik, E.A. 2011. Observations and capture of an introduced green iguana, Iguana iguana (Linnaeus, 1758), in tropical Queensland, Australia. Herpetofauna 41:25-27.
Roznik, E.A., S.A. Johnson, C.H. Greenberg, and G.W. Tanner. 2009. Terrestrial movements and habitat use of gopher frogs in longleaf pine forests: a comparative study of juveniles and adults. Forest Ecology and Management 259:187-194.
Roznik, E.A., and S.A. Johnson. 2009. Canopy closure and emigration by juvenile gopher frogs. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:260-268.
Roznik, E.A., and S.A. Johnson. 2009. Burrow use and survival of newly metamorphosed gopher frogs (Rana capito). Journal of Herpetology 43:431-437.
Roznik, E.A., and S.A. Johnson. 2009. Rana capito (Gopher frog). Burrow cohabitation. Herpetological Review 40:209.
Pike, D.A., and E.A. Roznik. 2009. Drowning in a sea of development: conservation status and distribution of a sand-swimming lizard, Plestiodon reynoldsi. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 4:96-105.
Roznik, E.A., and S.A. Johnson. 2007. Rana capito (Gopher frog). Refuge during fire. Herpetological Review 38:442.
Stevenson, L.A., E.A. Roznik, R.A. Alford, and D.A. Pike. 2015. Frog body temperature influences how the chytrid pathogen grows and reproduces. FrogLog 113:25-26.
Roznik, E.A., and S.A. Johnson. 2009. Gopher Frogs, Burrows and Fire: Interactions in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. Florida Cooperative Extension Service Publication WEC 250, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
Roznik, E.A. 2009. Newts at Death’s Door. Pages 167-172 in J.K. Reaser, editor. Courting the Wild: Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians. Hiraeth Press, Boulder, Colorado, USA.