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Effects of urbanization on occupancy of stream salamanders
SJ Price, KK Cecala, RA Browne, ME Dorcas
Conservation Biology 25 (3), 547-555, 2011
902011
A comparison of the effectiveness of recommended doses of MS-222 (tricaine methanesulfonate) and OrajelŪ(benzocaine) for amphibian anesthesia
KK Cecala, SJ Price, ME Dorcas
Herpetological Review 38 (1), 63, 2007
792007
Ecological effects of major injuries in diamondback terrapins: implications for conservation and management
KK Cecala, JW Gibbons, ME Dorcas
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19 (4), 421-427, 2009
482009
Diet of larval red salamanders (Pseudotriton ruber) examined using a nonlethal technique
KK Cecala, SJ Price, ME Dorcas
Journal of Herpetology 41 (4), 741-745, 2007
452007
Water quality and exurbanization in southern Appalachian streams
JR Webster, EF Benfield, KK Cecala, JF Chamblee, CA Dehring, ...
River conservation and management, 91-106, 2012
412012
Riparian disturbance restricts in‐stream movement of salamanders
KK Cecala, WH Lowe, JC Maerz
Freshwater Biology 59 (11), 2354-2364, 2014
352014
Evaluating existing movement hypotheses in linear systems using larval stream salamanders
KK Cecala, SJ Price, ME Dorcas
Canadian Journal of Zoology 87 (4), 292-298, 2009
352009
Estimating survival of a streamside salamander: importance of temporary emigration, capture response, and location
SJ Price, EA Eskew, KK Cecala, RA Browne, ME Dorcas
Hydrobiologia 679, 205-215, 2012
272012
Patterns of Trombiculid Mite (Hannemania dunni) Parasitism among Plethodontid Salamanders in the Western Piedmont of North Carolina
MC Westfall, KK Cecala, SJ Price, ME Dorcas
Journal of Parasitology 94 (3), 631-634, 2008
232008
Multiple drivers, scales, and interactions influence southern Appalachian stream salamander occupancy
KK Cecala, JC Maerz, BJ Halstead, JR Frisch, TL Gragson, ...
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02150, 2018
222018
Interactive effects of temperature and glyphosate on the behavior of blue ridge two‐lined salamanders (Eurycea wilderae)
JS Gandhi, KK Cecala
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35 (9), 2297-2303, 2016
212016
Response of stream salamanders to experimental drought in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA
B Currinder, KK Cecala, RM Northington, ME Dorcas
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29 (4), 579-587, 2014
212014
New Findings from an Old Pathogen: Intraerythrocytic Bacteria (Family Anaplasmatacea) in Red-Backed Salamanders Plethodon cinereus
AK Davis, JL DeVore, JR Milanovich, K Cecala, JC Maerz, MJ Yabsley
EcoHealth 6, 219-228, 2009
202009
Elevated temperatures alter competitive outcomes and body condition in southern Appalachian salamanders
LA Liles, KK Cecala, JR Ennen, JM Davenport
Animal conservation 20 (6), 502-510, 2017
182017
Relationship between behavioral thermoregulation and physiological function in larval stream salamanders
JC Strickland, AP Pinheiro, KK Cecala, ME Dorcas
Journal of Herpetology 50 (2), 239-244, 2016
182016
Widespread degradation of a vernal pool network in the southeastern United States: challenges to current and future management
JP Evans, KK Cecala, BR Scheffers, CA Oldfield, NA Hollingshead, ...
Wetlands 37, 1093-1103, 2017
172017
The role of behavior in influencing headwater salamander responses to anthropogenic development
KK Cecala
University of Georgia, 2012
172012
Interspecific interactions are conditional on temperature in an Appalachian stream salamander community
ML Hoffacker, KK Cecala, JR Ennen, SM Mitchell, JM Davenport
Oecologia 188 (2), 623-631, 2018
162018
Detecting enigmatic declines of a once common salamander in the Coastal Plain of Georgia
JC Maerz, RK Barrett, KK Cecala, JL Devore
Southeastern Naturalist 14 (4), 771-784, 2015
162015
Evaluating the impacts of small impoundments on stream salamanders
J Kirchberg, KK Cecala, SJ Price, EM White, DG Haskell
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26 (6), 1197-1206, 2016
152016
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