30 Scientific, peer-reviewed publications:
Tréguier A., J-M. Paillisson, T.Dejean, A.Valentini, M.A. Schlaepfer, and J-M Roussel (in press). Environmental DNA surveillance for invertebrate species: advantages and technical limitations to detect invasive crayfish Procambarus clarkii in freshwater ponds. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Schlaepfer, M.A., J.D. Olden, and D. Sax (2012). A balanced view of non-native species. Conservation Biology 26:1156-1158.
Forrest, M.J. and M.A. Schlaepfer. 2011. Nothing a hot bath won’t cure: Infection rates of amphibian chytrid fungus correlate negatively with water temperature under natural field settings. PloS ONE 6: e28444-
Treguier, A., J.-M. Roussel, M.A. Schlaepfer, J.-M. Paillisson. 2011. Landscape features correlate with spatial distribution of red-swamp crayfish Procambarus clarkii in a network of ponds. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 401: 19. DOI: 10.1051/kmae/2011035
Turnquist, M.A., C.T. Driscoll, K.L. Schulz, and M.A. Schlaepfer. 2011. Mercury concentrations in snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) correlate with environmental and landscape characteristics. Ecotoxicology. DOI 10.1007/s10646-011-0718-x
Schlaepfer, M.A., M. Pascal, and M.A. Davis. 2011. How might science misdirect policy? Insights into the threats and consequences of invasive species. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety 6: S27-S31
Schlaepfer, M.A., J.D. Olden, and D. Sax. 2011. The potential conservation value of non-native species. Conservation Biology 25: 428-437
Oláh-Hemmings,V., J.R. Jaeger, M.J. Sredl, M.A. Schlaepfer, R.D. Jennings, C.A. Drost, D.F. Bradford, and B.R. Riddle. 2010. Phylogeography of declining relict and lowland leopard frogs in the desert Southwest of North America. Journal of Zoology. (in press)
Shah, A.A., M..J. Ryan, E. Bevilaqua, and M.A. Schlaepfer 2010. Prior experience alters the behavioral response of prey to a non-native predator. Journal of Herpetology 44: 185-192.
Schlaepfer, M.A., M.C. Runge, and P.W. Sherman. 2010. Evolutionary traps and the importance of behavioral ecology to conservation biology. In Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology, (Eds.) Westneat & Fox. Oxford University Press.
Fox, H. E., P. Kareiva, S. B., J. Hitt, D. Lytle, B. S. Halpern, C. V. Hawkes, J. Lawler, M. Neel, J. D. Olden, M.A. Schlaepfer, K. Smith, and H. Tallis. 2009. Why do we fly? Ecologists’ sins of emission. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 294-296
Schlaepfer, M.A., W.D. Helenbrook, K.B. Searing, and K.T. Shoemaker. 2009. Assisted colonization: evaluating contrasting management actions (and values) in the face of uncertainty. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: 471-472
Sosa, J.A., M.J. Ryan and M.A. Schlaepfer 2009. Induced morphological plasticity in native Lowland Leopard Frog larvae (Rana yavapaiensis) does not confer a survival advantage against introduced Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus). Journal of Herpetology 43:460-468
Angeloni, L., M.A, Schlaepfer, J. J. Lawler, and K.R. Crooks. 2008. A reassessment of the interface between conservation and behaviour. Animal Behaviour 75: 731-737
Schlaepfer, M.A. 2007. Is there a role for evolutionary management in addressing the threat of chytridiomycosis? (E-Letter) Science http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/313/5783/48#9865
Schlaepfer, M.A., M.J Sredl, P. Rosen, and M.J. Ryan. 2007. High prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in wild populations of Lowland Leopard Frogs Rana yavapaiensis in Arizona. EcoHealth 4: 421-427
Lawler, J, J. E. Aukema, J. B. Grant, B.S. Halpern, P. Kareiva, C.R. Nelson, K. Ohleth, J. D. Olden, M.A. Schlaepfer, B.R. Silliman, and P. Zaradic. 2006. Conservation science: a 20-year report card. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:473-480.
Schlaepfer, M.A. 2006. Growth rates and body condition in Norops polylepis (Polychrotidae) vary with respect to sex but not mite load. Biotropica 38: 414-418
Halpern, B.S., C.R. Pyke, H.E. Fox, J.C. Haney, M.A. Schlaepfer, and P. Zaradic. 2006. Gaps and mismatches between global conservation priorities and spending. Conservation Biology 20: 56-64
Socci, A.M., M.A. Schlaepfer, and T.A. Gavin. 2005. The importance of soil moisture and leaf cover in a female lizard’s (Norops polylepis) evaluation of potential oviposition sites. Herpetologica 61: 233-240
Schlaepfer, M.A., C. Hoover, and K. Dodd, Jr. 2005. Challenges in evaluating the impact of the trade in amphibians and reptiles on wild populations. BioScience 55: 256-264.
Schlaepfer, M.A., P.W. Sherman, B. Blossey, and M.C. Runge. 2005. Invasive species as evolutionary traps. Ecology Letters 8:241-246.
Schlaepfer, M.A. 2005. Re-wilding: a bold plan that needs native megafauna. (Letter) Nature 437: 951.
Schlaepfer, M.A. 2003. Successful lizard eggs in a human-disturbed habitat. Oecologia 137:304-311.
Schlaepfer, M.A. and K.A. Pilgrim 2003. Geographic Distribution. Bufo marinus. Herpetological Review 34:161.
Schlaepfer, M.A., M.C. Runge, and P.W. Sherman 2002. Ecological and evolutionary traps. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:474-480.
Schlaepfer, M.A. and T.A. Gavin 2001. Edge effects on lizards and frogs in tropical forest fragments. Conservation Biology 15:1079-1090.
France, R. and M.A. Schlaepfer 2000. ð13C and ð15N depletion in components of a foodweb from an ephemeral boreal wetland compared to boreal lakes: putative evidence for microbial processes. Hydrobiologia 439: 1-6.
Schlaepfer, M.A. and J. McNeil 2000. Are virgin male lepidopterans more successful in mate acquisition than previously mated individuals? A study of the European corn borer Ostrinia nubilalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:2045-2050.
Schlaepfer, M.A. and R. Sandí-Figeroa 1998. Female reciprocal calling in Eleutherodactylus podiciferus. Copeia 1998:1076-1080.
Schlaepfer, M.A. 1998. Use of a fluorescent powder marking technique on small terrestrial anurans. Herpetological Review 29:25-26.