Publications



Maurer AS, Seminoff JA, Layman CA, Stapleton SP, Godfrey MA, and Burford Reiskind MO. 2021. Population viability of sea turtles in the context of global warming. BioScience, biab028. LINK

 

Maurer AS and Stapleton SP. 2021. Inferring organic content of beach sand from color. Caribbean Naturalist 80: 1-6. LINK

 

Reed EMX, Serr ME, Maurer AS, and Burford Reiskind MO. 2020. Gridlock and beltways: the genetic context of urban invasions. Oecologia 192: 615-628. LINK

 

Maurer AS and Stroud JT. 2020. Anolis wattsi (Watts’ Anole). Nocturnal activity. Herpetological Review 51: 119. LINK

 

Cove MV and Maurer AS. 2019. Home decorating by an endangered ecosystem engineer. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17: 231. LINK

 

Maurer AS, Thawley CJ, Fireman AL, Giery ST, and Stroud JT. 2019. Nocturnal activity of Antiguan lizards under artificial light. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 14: 105-110. LINK

 

Maurer AS, Stapleton SP, and Layman CA. 2019. Impacts of the Caribbean Sargassum influx on sea turtle nesting ecology. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 71: 327-329. LINK

 

Maurer AS and Johnson MW. 2017. Loggerhead nesting in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Importance of beach slope to nest site selection in the Mississippi Barrier Islands. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 16: 250-254. LINK

 

Cove MV, Maurer AS, and O’Connell AF. 2017. Camera traps reveal an apparent mutualism between a common mesocarnivore and an endangered ungulate. Mammalian Biology 86: 143-145. LINK

 

Cove MV, Simons TR, Gardner B, Maurer AS, and O’Connell AF. 2016. Evaluating nest supplementation as a recovery strategy for the endangered rodents of the Florida Keys. Restoration Ecology 25: 253-260. LINK

 

Maurer AS, De Neef E, and Stapleton SP. 2015. Sargassum accumulation may spell trouble for nesting sea turtles. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13: 394-395. LINK

 

Cove MV and Maurer AS. 2015. The Snapping Turtle, Chelydra serpentina (Linnaeus 1758) (Testudines: Chelydridae), in the Florida Keys. Reptiles & Amphibians: Conservation and Natural History 22: 38-39. LINK