Thomas Luhring
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Effects of forest removal on amphibian migrations: implications for habitat and landscape connectivity
BD Todd, TM Luhring, BB Rothermel, JW Gibbons
Journal of Applied Ecology, 554-561, 2009
Burrow availability and desiccation risk of mole salamanders (Ambystoma talpoideum) in harvested versus unharvested forest stands
BB Rothermel, TM Luhring
Journal of Herpetology 39 (4), 619-626, 2005
Habitat alteration increases invasive fire ant abundance to the detriment of amphibians and reptiles
BD Todd, BB Rothermel, RN Reed, TM Luhring, K Schlatter, L Trenkamp, ...
Biological Invasions 10, 539-546, 2008
The combined effects of reactant kinetics and enzyme stability explain the temperature dependence of metabolic rates
JP DeLong, JP Gibert, TM Luhring, G Bachman, B Reed, A Neyer, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 3940-3950, 2017
Application of a putative alarm cue hastens the arrival of invasive sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) at a trapping location
JB Hume, TD Meckley, NS Johnson, TM Luhring, MJ Siefkes, CM Wagner
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (12), 1799-1806, 2015
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
Predation changes the shape of thermal performance curves for population growth rate
TM Luhring, JP DeLong
Current zoology 62 (5), 501-505, 2016
Vagility of aquatic salamanders: implications for wetland connectivity
CM Schalk, TM Luhring
Journal of herpetology 44 (1), 104-109, 2010
A semelparous fish continues upstream migration when exposed to alarm cue, but adjusts movement speed and timing
TM Luhring, TD Meckley, NS Johnson, MJ Siefkes, JB Hume, CM Wagner
Animal Behaviour 121, 41-51, 2016
Habitat, latitude and body mass influence the temperature dependence of metabolic rate
JP DeLong, G Bachman, JP Gibert, TM Luhring, KL Montooth, A Neyer, ...
Biology Letters 14 (8), 20180442, 2018
Testing the threat‐sensitive hypothesis with predator familiarity and dietary specificity
BA Crawford, CR Hickman, TM Luhring
Ethology 118 (1), 41-48, 2012
Scaling from metabolism to population growth rate to understand how acclimation temperature alters thermal performance
TM Luhring, JP DeLong
Integrative and comparative biology 57 (1), 103-111, 2017
Push, pull, or push–pull? An alarm cue better guides sea lamprey towards capture devices than a mating pheromone during the reproductive migration
JB Hume, TM Luhring, CM Wagner
Biological Invasions 22, 2129-2142, 2020
Predation landscapes influence migratory prey ecology and evolution
MC Sabal, MS Boyce, CL Charpentier, NB Furey, TM Luhring, HW Martin, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (8), 737-749, 2021
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
Trade-offs between growth and maturation: the cost of reproduction for surviving environmental extremes
TM Luhring, RM Holdo
Oecologia 178, 723-732, 2015
A new stratified aquatic sampling technique for aquatic vertebrates
TM Luhring, CA Jennison
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23 (3), 445-450, 2008
Exposure to a putative alarm cue reduces downstream drift in larval sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus in the laboratory
CM Wagner, KE Kierczynski, JB Hume, TM Luhring
Journal of Fish Biology 89 (3), 1897-1904, 2016
No evidence of natal habitat preference induction in juveniles with complex life histories
BH Ousterhout, TM Luhring, RD Semlitsch
Animal Behaviour 93, 237-242, 2014
Phenotypically plastic responses to predation risk are temperature dependent
TM Luhring, JM Vavra, CE Cressler, JP DeLong
Oecologia 191, 709-719, 2019
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