Christopher A Searcy
Christopher A Searcy
Associate Professor, University of Miami
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Environmental stress destabilizes microbial networks
DJ Hernandez, AS David, ES Menges, CA Searcy, ME Afkhami
The ISME Journal 15, 1722-1734, 2021
Do ecological niche models accurately identify climatic determinants of species ranges?
CA Searcy, HB Shaffer
The American Naturalist 187 (4), 423-435, 2016
Microhabitat use and migration distance of an endangered grassland amphibian
CA Searcy, E Gabbai-Saldate, HB Shaffer
Biological Conservation 158, 80-87, 2013
Calculating biologically accurate mitigation credits: insights from the California tiger salamander
CA Searcy, HB Shaffer
Conservation Biology 22 (4), 997-1005, 2008
Do plant–microbe interactions support the Stress Gradient Hypothesis?
AS David, KB Thapa‐Magar, ES Menges, CA Searcy, ME Afkhami
Ecology 101 (8), e03081, 2020
Amphibian responses to livestock use of wetlands: new empirical data and a global review
HJ Howell, CC Mothes, SL Clements, SV Catania, BB Rothermel, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (8), e01976, 2019
Field validation supports novel niche modeling strategies in a cryptic endangered amphibian
CA Searcy, HB Shaffer
Ecography 37 (10), 983-992, 2014
Determining the migration distance of a vagile vernal pool specialist: how much land is required for conservation of California tiger salamanders?
CA Searcy, HB Shaffer
Research and Recovery in Vernal Pool Landscapes, Pages 73-87, 2011
Soil microbiomes underlie population persistence of an endangered plant species
AS David, PF Quintana-Ascencio, ES Menges, KB Thapa-Magar, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (4), 488-494, 2019
Evaluating ecological niche model accuracy in predicting biotic invasions using South Florida's exotic lizard community
CC Mothes, JT Stroud, SL Clements, CA Searcy
Journal of Biogeography 46 (2), 432-441, 2019
Determinants of size at metamorphosis in an endangered amphibian and their projected effects on population stability
CA Searcy, H Snaas, HB Shaffer
Oikos 124 (6), 724-731, 2015
Delayed life history effects, multilevel selection, and evolutionary trade‐offs in the California tiger salamander
CA Searcy, LN Gray, PC Trenham, HB Shaffer
Ecology 95 (1), 68-77, 2014
Effects of tail‐clipping on survivorship and growth of larval salamanders
RL Polich, CA Searcy, HB Shaffer
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (7), 1420-1425, 2013
Habitat suitability models for the imperiled wood turtle (Glyptemys insculpta) raise concerns for the species’ persistence under future climate change
CC Mothes, HJ Howell, CA Searcy
Global Ecology and Conservation 24, e01247, 2020
Ecological equivalency as a tool for endangered species management
CA Searcy, HB Rollins, HB Shaffer
Ecological Applications 26 (1), 94-103, 2016
Gopher Tortoise Demographic Responses to a Novel Disturbance Regime
HJ Howell, BB Rothermel, KN White, CA Searcy
The Journal of Wildlife Management 84 (1), 56-65, 2020
Positive correlation between dispersal and body size in green frogs (Rana clamitans) naturally colonizing an experimental landscape
CA Searcy, B Gilbert, M Krkosek, L Rowe, SJ McCauley
Canadian Journal of Zoology 96, 1378-1384, 2018
Saving all the pieces: An inadequate conservation strategy for an endangered amphibian in an urbanizing area
DL Stokes, AF Messerman, DG Cook, LR Stemle, JA Meisler, CA Searcy
Biological Conservation 262, 109320, 2021
Non-native species dominate herpetofaunal community composition in both native and non-native habitat patches in Miami-Dade County
SL Clements, SL Catania, CA Searcy
Biological Invasions 21, 1775-1788, 2019
Coexistence within an endangered predator–prey community in California vernal pools
AF Messerman, AG Clause, SVL Catania, HB Shaffer, CA Searcy
Freshwater Biology 66 (7), 1296-1310, 2021
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