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Optimal temperature for malaria transmission is dramatically lower than previously predicted
EA Mordecai, KP Paaijmans, LR Johnson, C Balzer, T Ben‐Horin, ...
Ecology letters 16 (1), 22-30, 2013
5022013
Host population persistence in the face of introduced vector-borne diseases: Hawaii amakihi and avian malaria
BL Woodworth, CT Atkinson, DA LaPointe, PJ Hart, CS Spiegel, ...
PNAS 105 (5), 1531 - 1536, 2005
2442005
Nowhere to hide: impact of a temperature-sensitive amphibian pathogen along an elevation gradient in the temperate zone
JRM RA Knapp, CJ Briggs, TC Smith
Ecosphere 2 (8), art93, 2011
66*2011
Detection of a Malaria Parasite (Plasmodium mexicanum) in Ectoparasites (Mites and Ticks), and Possible Significance for Transmission
JJ Schall, TC Smith
Journal of Parasitology 92 (2), 413-415, 2006
252006
Ranaviruses infect mountain yellow-legged frogs (Rana muscosa and Rana sierrae) threatened by Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
TC Smith, AM Picco, R Knapp
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 12 (1), 149-159, 2017
102017
Declines and extinctions of mountain yellow‐legged frogs have small effects on benthic macroinvertebrate communities
TC Smith, RA Knapp, CJ Briggs
Ecosphere 7 (6), e01327, 2016
52016
Effectiveness of antifungal treatments during chytridiomycosis epizootics in populations of an endangered frog
RA Knapp, MB Joseph, TC Smith, EE Hegeman, VT Vredenburg, ...
PeerJ 10, e12712, 2022
42022
Rana sierrae (Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frog) Behavior and Diet
TC Smith, RA Knapp, J Imperato, K Miller, D Rose
Herpetological Review 53 (3), 478-479, 2022
2022
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