Publications


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Maurer AS, Cove MV, Siegal OM, and Lashley MA. 2022. Urbanization affects the behavior of a predator-free ungulate in protected lands. Landscape and Urban Planning 222: 104391.

Maurer AS, Gross K, and Stapleton SP. 2022. Beached Sargassum alters sand thermal environments: implications for incubating sea turtle eggsJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 546: 151650.

Maurer AS, Stapleton SP, Layman CA, and Burford Reiskind MO. 2021. The Atlantic Sargassum invasion impedes beach access for nesting sea turtlesClimate Change Ecology 2: 100034.

Maurer AS, Seminoff JA, Layman CA, Stapleton SP, Godfrey MH, and Burford Reiskind MO. 2021. Population viability of sea turtles in the context of global warming. BioScience 71: 790-804.

Maurer AS and Stapleton SP. 2021. Inferring organic content of beach sand from color. Caribbean Naturalist 80: 1-6.

Reed EMX, Serr ME, Maurer AS, and Burford Reiskind MO. 2020. Gridlock and beltways: the genetic context of urban invasions. Oecologia 192: 615-628.

Maurer AS and Stroud JT. 2020. Anolis wattsi (Watts’ Anole). Nocturnal activity. Herpetological Review 51: 119.

Cove MV and Maurer AS. 2019. Home decorating by an endangered ecosystem engineer. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17: 231.

Maurer AS, Thawley CJ, Fireman AL, Giery ST, and Stroud JT. 2019. Nocturnal activity of Antiguan lizards under artificial light. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 14: 105-110.

Maurer AS, Stapleton SP, and Layman CA. 2019. Impacts of the Caribbean Sargassum influx on sea turtle nesting ecology. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 71: 327-329.

Maurer AS and Johnson MW. 2017. Loggerhead nesting in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Importance of beach slope to nest site selection in the Mississippi Barrier Islands. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 16: 250-254.

Cove MV, Maurer AS, and O’Connell AF. 2017. Camera traps reveal an apparent mutualism between a common mesocarnivore and an endangered ungulate. Mammalian Biology 86: 143-145.

Cove MV, Simons TR, Gardner B, Maurer AS, and O’Connell AF. 2016. Evaluating nest supplementation as a recovery strategy for the endangered rodents of the Florida Keys. Restoration Ecology 25: 253-260.

Maurer AS, De Neef E, and Stapleton SP. 2015. Sargassum accumulation may spell trouble for nesting sea turtles. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13: 394-395.

Cove MV and Maurer AS. 2015. The Snapping Turtle, Chelydra serpentina (Linnaeus 1758) (Testudines: Chelydridae), in the Florida Keys. Reptiles & Amphibians: Conservation and Natural History 22: 38-39.