Brittney Hopkins Coe
Brittney Hopkins Coe
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Slight differences in incubation temperature affect early growth and stress endocrinology of wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings
SE DuRant, GR Hepp, IT Moore, BC Hopkins, WA Hopkins
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (1), 45-51, 2010
1262010
Local variation in weather conditions influences incubation behavior and temperature in a passerine bird
BH Coe, ML Beck, SY Chin, CMB Jachowski, WA Hopkins
Journal of Avian Biology 46 (4), 385-394, 2015
772015
Mercury exposure is associated with negative effects on turtle reproduction
BC Hopkins, JD Willson, WA Hopkins
Environmental science & technology 47 (5), 2416-2422, 2013
632013
Incubation temperature influences locomotor performance in young wood ducks (Aix sponsa)
BC Hopkins, SE DuRant, GR Hepp, WA Hopkins
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2011
482011
Non-destructive techniques for biomonitoring of spatial, temporal, and demographic patterns of mercury bioaccumulation and maternal transfer in turtles
BC Hopkins, MJ Hepner, WA Hopkins
Environmental pollution 177, 164-170, 2013
312013
Prevalence of ingested fish hooks in freshwater turtles from five rivers in the southeastern United States
DA Steen, BC Hopkins, JU Van Dyke, WA Hopkins
PLoS One 9 (3), e91368, 2014
232014
Haematological and immunological characteristics of eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) infected and co-infected with endo-and ectoparasites
WA Hopkins, JA Fallon, ML Beck, BH Coe, C Jachowski
Conservation Physiology 4 (1), 2016
182016
Comment on an analysis of endotherm thermal tolerances: systematic errors in data compilation undermine its credibility
BO Wolf, BH Coe, AR Gerson, AE McKechnie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1855), 20162523, 2017
162017
Data quality problems undermine analyses of endotherm upper critical temperatures
BOW Andrew McKechnie, Brittney H. Coe, Alex R. Gearson
Journal of Biogeography, 2016
13*2016
High levels of maternally transferred mercury disrupt magnetic responses of snapping turtle hatchlings (Chelydra serpentina)
L Landler, MS Painter, BC Hopkins, PW Youmans, WA Hopkins, ...
Spontaneous Directional Preferences in Taxonomically and Ecologically …, 2015
102015
Major global changes interact to cause male-biased sex ratios in a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination
MM Thompson, BH Coe, RM Andrews, DF Stauffer, DA Cristol, ...
Biological Conservation 222, 64-74, 2018
82018
Agricultural land use creates evolutionary traps for nesting turtles and is exacerbated by mercury pollution
M Thompson, BH Coe, RM Andrews, DA Cristol, DA Crossley, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
72018
Nesting ecology and habitat use of Chelydra serpentina in an area modified by agricultural and industrial activity
MM Thompson, BH Coe, JD Congdon, DF Stauffer, WA Hopkins
Herpetol Conserv Biol. pdfs. semanticscholar. org 12, 292-306, 2017
72017
Like mother, like offspring: maternal and offspring wound healing correlate in snakes
BC Hopkins, SY Chin, JD Willson, WA Hopkins
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (14), 2545-2547, 2013
52013
Mercury bioaccumulation and adverse reproductive effects in snapping turtles inhabiting a historically contaminated river
BC Hopkins
Virginia Tech, 2012
32012
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