John D. Willson
John D. Willson
Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Arkansas
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Remarkable amphibian biomass and abundance in an isolated wetland: implications for wetland conservation
JW Gibbons, CT Winne, DE Scott, JD Willson, X Glaudas, KM Andrews, ...
Conservation Biology 20 (5), 1457-1465, 2006
2802006
Severe mammal declines coincide with proliferation of invasive Burmese pythons in Everglades National Park
ME Dorcas, JD Willson, RN Reed, RW Snow, MR Rochford, MA Miller, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (7), 2418-2422, 2012
2672012
Effects of habitat disturbance on stream salamanders: implications for buffer zones and watershed management
JD Willson, ME Dorcas
Conservation Biology 17 (3), 763-771, 2003
1812003
Needles in haystacks: estimating detection probability and occupancy of rare and cryptic snakes
AM Durso, JD Willson, CT Winne
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1508-1515, 2011
1392011
Efficacy of marking snakes with disposable medical cautery units
CT Winne, JD Willson, KM Andrews, RN Reed
Herpetological Review 37 (1), 52-54, 2006
1302006
Crab trapping causes population decline and demographic changes in diamondback terrapins over two decades
ME Dorcas, JD Willson, JW Gibbons
Biological Conservation 137 (3), 334-340, 2007
1192007
The global status of reptiles and causes of their decline
BD Todd, JD Willson, JW Gibbons
Ecotoxicology of amphibians and reptiles 47, 67, 2010
1152010
The global status of reptiles and causes of their decline
BD Todd, JD Willson, JW Gibbons
Ecotoxicology of amphibians and reptiles 47, 67, 2010
1152010
Three decades of urbanization: estimating the impact of land-cover change on stream salamander populations
SJ Price, ME Dorcas, AL Gallant, RW Klaver, JD Willson
Biological Conservation 133 (4), 436-441, 2006
1152006
Innovative methods for studies of snake ecology and conservation
ME Dorcas, JD Willson
Snakes: ecology and conservation, 5-37, 2009
1032009
Identifying plausible scenarios for the establishment of invasive Burmese pythons (Python molurus) in Southern Florida
JD Willson, ME Dorcas, RW Snow
Biological Invasions 13 (7), 1493-1504, 2011
762011
Post-drought responses of semi-aquatic snakes inhabiting an isolated wetland: insights on different strategies for persistence in a dynamic habitat
JD Willson, CT Winne, ME Dorcas, JW Gibbons
Wetlands 26 (4), 1071, 2006
762006
Herpetofaunal species richness of southeastern national parks
TD Tuberville, JD Willson, ME Dorcas, JW Gibbons
Southeastern naturalist 4 (3), 537-569, 2005
732005
Drift fences, coverboards, and other traps
JD Willson, JW Gibbons
Amphibian ecology and conservation: A handbook of techniques, 229-245, 2010
722010
Getting the drift: examining the effects of timing, trap type and taxon on herpetofaunal drift fence surveys
BD Todd, CT Winne, JD Willson, JW Gibbons
The American Midland Naturalist 158 (2), 292-305, 2007
722007
Seasonal variation in terrestrial resource subsidies influences trophic niche width and overlap in two aquatic snake species: a stable isotope approach
JD Willson, CT Winne, MA Pilgrim, CS Romanek, JW Gibbons
Oikos 119 (7), 1161-1171, 2010
702010
Enigmatic decline of a protected population of eastern kingsnakes, Lampropeltis getula, in South Carolina
CT Winne, JD Willson, BD Todd, KM Andrews, JW Gibbons
Copeia 2007 (3), 507-519, 2007
672007
Mercury exposure is associated with negative effects on turtle reproduction
BC Hopkins, JD Willson, WA Hopkins
Environmental science & technology 47 (5), 2416-2422, 2013
602013
Ecological and methodological factors affecting detectability and population estimation in elusive species
JD Willson, CT Winne, BD Todd
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (1), 36-45, 2011
592011
Income breeding allows an aquatic snake Seminatrix pygaea to reproduce normally following prolonged drought‐induced aestivation
CT Winne, JD Willson, JW Gibbons
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (6), 1352-1360, 2006
572006
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