Peer-reviewed Publications

* indicates undergraduate collaborator

Physiological responses to elevated temperature across the geographic range of a terrestrial salamander. Novarro, A. J., C. R. Gabor, C. B. Goff, T. D. Mezebish*, L. M. Thompson, and K. L. Grayson. In submission.

Salamander climbing behavior varies among species and is correlated with community composition. Mezebish, T. D.*, A. Blackman*, and A. J. Novarro. 2018. Behavioral Ecology 29(3): 686-692.

Tricaine methanesulfonate (MS-222) as a short-term anesthetic for the eastern red-backed salamander, Plethodon cinereusNovarro, A. J., A. Blackman*, and S. D. Bailey*. 2017Herpetological Review 48(2): 320-322.

 

Professional Publications & Reports

Annual Report: 2017. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), Annual Report No. 8. Novarro, A. J., J. Williams, and P. Nanjappa (Eds.). 2018. Hagerstown, MD. 22 pp.

SciComm Workshop 2017 – Drop the Jargon and Tell Your Story. Novarro, A. J. 2017. Mountain Lake Echoes: Newsletter of Mountain Lake Biological Station, Vol. 17. University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, VA. 6 pp.

Annual Report: 2016. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), Annual Report No. 7. Novarro, A. J., J. Williams, and P. Nanjappa (Eds.). 2017. Hagerstown, MD. 20 pp.

Priority Amphibian and Reptile Areas (PARCAs) aim to jumpstart conservation for North America’s rich amphibian and reptile diversity. Apodaca, J. J. and A. J. Novarro. 2016. FrogLog 24 (1) 117: 40.

Annual Report: 2015. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), Annual Report No. 6. Novarro, A. J., J. Williams, and P. Nanjappa (Eds.). 2016. Hagerstown, MD. 34 pp.