j. w. gibbons
j. w. gibbons
Professor university of georgia
Verified email at srel.edu
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Primer-directed enzymatic amplification of DNA with a thermostable DNA polymerase
RK Saiki, DH Gelfand, S Stoffel, SJ Scharf, R Higuchi, GT Horn, KB Mullis, ...
Science 239 (4839), 487-491, 1988
25555*1988
The Global Decline of Reptiles, Déjà Vu Amphibians: Reptile species are declining on a global scale. Six significant threats to reptile populations are habitat loss and …
JW Gibbons, DE Scott, TJ Ryan, KA Buhlmann, TD Tuberville, BS Metts, ...
BioScience 50 (8), 653-666, 2000
17872000
Declining amphibian populations: the problem of separating human impacts from natural fluctuations
JHK Pechmann, DE Scott, RD Semlitsch, JP Caldwell, LJ Vitt, JW Gibbons
Science 253 (5022), 892-895, 1991
10101991
Climate change mitigation: A spatial analysis of global land suitability for clean development mechanism afforestation and reforestation
RJ Zomer, A Trabucco, DA Bossio, LV Verchot
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 126 (1-2), 67-80, 2008
6712008
A review of techniques for quantifying sexual size dimorphism
JE Lovich, JW Gibbons
Growth Development and Aging 56, 269-269, 1992
5601992
ON THE SLIDER TURTLE (TRACHEMYS SCRIPTA)
JW GIBBON, JE Lovich
Herpetological monographs 4, 1-29, 1990
4651990
Structure and dynamics of an amphibian community
RD Semlitsch, DE Scott, JHK Pechmann, JW Gibbons
Long-term studies of vertebrate communities, 217-248, 1996
4351996
PIT tagging: simple technology at its best
WJ Gibbons, KM Andrews
Bioscience 54 (5), 447-454, 2004
4092004
Influence of wetland hydroperiod on diversity and abundance of metamorphosing juvenile amphibians
JHK Pechmann, DE Scott, JW Gibbons, RD Semlitsch
Wetlands ecology and Management 1 (1), 3-11, 1989
3731989
Terrestrial drift fences with pitfall traps: an effective technique for quantitative sampling of animal populations
JW Gibbons, RD Semlitsch
Brimleyana 7, 1-16, 1981
3461981
The distribution and evolution of viviparity in reptiles
DW Tinkle, JW Gibbons
University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, 1977
3271977
Activity patterns.
JW Gibbons
Snakes, ecology and evolutionary biology, 396-421, 1987
3181987
Terrestrial buffer zones and wetland conservation: a case study of freshwater turtles in a Carolina bay
VJ Burke, JW Gibbons
Conservation Biology 9 (6), 1365-1369, 1995
2911995
How do highways influence snake movement? Behavioral responses to roads and vehicles
KM Andrews, JW Gibbons
Copeia 2005 (4), 772-782, 2005
2882005
Morphological constraint on egg size: a challenge to optimal egg size theory?
JD Congdon, JW Gibbons
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (12), 4145-4147, 1987
2801987
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
2632006
Terrestrial habitat: a vital component for herpetofauna of isolated wetlands
JW Gibbons
Wetlands 23 (3), 630-635, 2003
2462003
Egg components and reproductive characteristics of turtles: relationships to body size
JD Congdon, JW Gibbons
Herpetologica, 194-205, 1985
2431985
Relative vulnerability of female turtles to road mortality
DA Steen, MJ Aresco, SG Beilke, BW Compton, EP Condon, ...
Animal Conservation 9 (3), 269-273, 2006
2292006
Ecological effects of roads on amphibians and reptiles: a literature review
KM Andrews, JW Gibbons, DM Jochimsen, J Mitchell
Herpetological Conservation 3, 121-143, 2008
2192008
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