Jennifer A. Moore
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Spatial ecology and multi-scale habitat selection by a threatened rattlesnake: the eastern massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus catenatus)
JA Moore, JC Gillingham
Copeia 2006 (4), 742-751, 2006
Social network structure and parasite infection patterns in a territorial reptile, the tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus)
SS Godfrey, JA Moore, NJ Nelson, CM Bull
International journal for parasitology 40 (13), 1575-1585, 2010
How do reproductive skew and founder group size affect genetic diversity in reintroduced populations?
KA Miller, NJ Nelson, HG Smith, JA Moore
Molecular ecology 18 (18), 3792-3802, 2009
Influence of major histocompatibility complex genotype on mating success in a free-ranging reptile population
HC Miller, JA Moore, NJ Nelson, CH Daugherty
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1662), 1695-1704, 2009
Fine‐scale genetic structure of a long‐lived reptile reflects recent habitat modification
JA Moore, HC Miller, CH Daugherty, NJ Nelson
Molecular Ecology 17 (21), 4630-4641, 2008
Effects of the landscape on boreal toad gene flow: does the pattern–process relationship hold true across distinct landscapes at the northern range margin?
JA Moore, DA Tallmon, J Nielsen, S Pyare
Molecular Ecology 20 (23), 4858-4869, 2011
Characterization of enteropathogenic and Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in cattle and deer in a shared agroecosystem
P Singh, Q Sha, DW Lacher, J Del Valle, RE Mosci, JA Moore, ...
Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 5, 29, 2015
Sexual dimorphism, body size, bite force and male mating success in tuatara
A Herrel, JA Moore, EM Bredeweg, NJ Nelson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100 (2), 287-292, 2010
Implications of social dominance and multiple paternity for the genetic diversity of a captive-bred reptile population (tuatara)
JA Moore, NJ Nelson, SN Keall, CH Daugherty
Conservation Genetics 9 (5), 1243-1251, 2008
Large male advantage: phenotypic and genetic correlates of territoriality in tuatara
JA Moore, CH Daugherty, NJ Nelson
Journal of Herpetology 43 (4), 570-578, 2009
Application of large-scale parentage analysis for investigating natal dispersal in highly vagile vertebrates: a case study of American black bears (Ursus americanus)
JA Moore, HM Draheim, D Etter, S Winterstein, KT Scribner
PLoS One 9 (3), e91168, 2014
Seasonal monogamy and multiple paternity in a wild population of a territorial reptile (tuatara)
JA Moore, CH Daugherty, SS Godfrey, NJ Nelson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98 (1), 161-170, 2009
Estimation of Ophidiomyces prevalence to evaluate snake fungal disease risk
ET Hileman, MC Allender, DR Bradke, LJ Faust, JA Moore, MJ Ravesi, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (1), 173-181, 2018
Securing the demographic and genetic future of tuatara through assisted colonization
KA Miller, HC Miller, JA Moore, NJ Mitchell, A Cree, FW Allendorf, ...
Conservation Biology 26 (5), 790-798, 2012
Range‐wide analysis of eastern massasauga survivorship
PC Jones, RB King, RL Bailey, ND Bieser, K Bissell, H Campa III, T Crabill, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (8), 1576-1586, 2012
Acropora cervicornis
R Aronson, A Bruckner, J Moore, B Precht, E Weil
The IUCN Red List of threatened species, e. T133381A3716457, 2008
Waiting reveals waning weight: Monitoring over 54 years shows a decline in body condition of a long-lived reptile (tuatara, Sphenodon punctatus)
JA Moore, JM Hoare, CH Daugherty, NJ Nelson
Biological Conservation 135 (2), 181-188, 2007
Detection of Ophidiomyces, the Causative Agent of Snake Fungal Disease, in the Eastern Massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) in Michigan, USA, 2014
MC Allender, ET Hileman, J Moore, S Tetzlaff
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 52 (3), 694-698, 2016
Conceptual model for thermal limits on the distribution of reptiles
JS Doody, JA Moore
The debate on behavior in conservation: New Zealand integrates theory with practice
JA Moore, BD Bell, WL Linklater
Bioscience 58 (5), 454-459, 2008
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