Andrew R. Blaustein
Andrew R. Blaustein
Professor, Integrative Biology, Oregon State University
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor science.oregonstate.edu
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Amphibian declines: judging stability, persistence, and susceptibility of populations to local and global extinctions
AR Blaustein, DB Wake, WP Sousa
Conservation biology 8 (1), 60-71, 1994
12561994
Declining amphibian populations: a global phenomenon?
AR Blaustein, DB Wake
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 5, 203-204, 1990
10871990
Complex causes of amphibian population declines
JM Kiesecker, AR Blaustein, LK Belden
Nature 410 (6829), 681-684, 2001
9782001
Complexity in conservation: lessons from the global decline of amphibian populations
AR Blaustein, JM Kiesecker
Ecology letters 5 (4), 597-608, 2002
8172002
UV repair and resistance to solar UV-B in amphibian eggs: a link to population declines?
AR Blaustein, PD Hoffman, DG Hokit, JM Kiesecker, SC Walls, JB Hays
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (5), 1791-1795, 1994
7591994
Ultraviolet radiation, toxic chemicals and amphibian population declines
AR Blaustein, JM Romansic, JM Kiesecker, AC Hatch
Diversity and distributions 9 (2), 123-140, 2003
5562003
The puzzle of declining amphibian populations
AR Blaustein, DB Wake
Scientific American 272 (4), 52-57, 1995
5351995
Projected climate‐induced faunal change in the Western Hemisphere
JJ Lawler, SL Shafer, D White, P Kareiva, EP Maurer, AR Blaustein, ...
Ecology 90 (3), 588-597, 2009
4692009
Predicting climate‐induced range shifts: model differences and model reliability
JJ Lawler, D White, RP Neilson, AR Blaustein
Global Change Biology 12 (8), 1568-1584, 2006
4062006
Synergism between UV-B radiation and a pathogen magnifies amphibian embryo mortality in nature
JM Kiesecker, AR Blaustein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (24), 11049-11052, 1995
3461995
Amphibian breeding and climate change
AR Blaustein, LK Belden, DH Olson, DM Green, TL Root, JM Kiesecker
Conservation Biology 15 (6), 1804-1809, 2001
3292001
POPULATION DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSES OF RED‐LEGGED FROGS (RANA AURORA) TO INTRODUCED BULLFROGS
JM Kiesecker, AR Blaustein
Ecology 78 (6), 1752-1760, 1997
3291997
Pathogenic fungus contributes to amphibian losses in the Pacific Northwest
AR Blaustein, DG Hokit, RK O'Hara, RA Holt
Biological conservation 67 (3), 251-254, 1994
3231994
The complexity of amphibian population declines: understanding the role of cofactors in driving amphibian losses
AR Blaustein, BA Han, RA Relyea, PTJ Johnson, JC Buck, SS Gervasi, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1223 (1), 108-119, 2011
3042011
Confronting amphibian declines and extinctions
JR Mendelson, KR Lips, RW Gagliardo, GB Rabb, JP Collins, ...
Science 313 (5783), 48-48, 2006
3042006
Hosts as islands
AM Kuris, AR Blaustein, JJ Alio
The American Naturalist 116 (4), 570-586, 1980
2951980
Effects of introduced bullfrogs and smallmouth bass on microhabitat use, growth, and survival of native red‐legged frogs (Rana aurora)
JM Kiesecker, AR Blaustein
Conservation biology 12 (4), 776-787, 1998
2921998
Interspecific Variation in Susceptibility of Frog Tadpoles to the Pathogenic Fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
AR Blaustein, JM Romansic, EA Scheessele, BA Han, AP Pessier, ...
Conservation Biology 19 (5), 1460-1468, 2005
2912005
Direct and indirect effects of climate change on amphibian populations
AR Blaustein, SC Walls, BA Bancroft, JJ Lawler, CL Searle, SS Gervasi
Diversity 2 (2), 281-313, 2010
2892010
Chicken little or Nero's fiddle? A perspective on declining amphibian populations
AR Blaustein
Herpetologica 50 (1), 85-97, 1994
2891994
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