*  undergraduate co-authors


Gade, M.R., Tonra, C.M., Peterman, W.E. Combined effects of climatic factors increase physiological stress in a montane amphibian. Under Review

Metcalf, J.D., Karns, G., Gade, M.R., Gould, P.R., Bruskotter, J.T. Wildlife agency mission statements provide insight into the purpose and practice of conservation. Accepted. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.  

Gade, M.R.,  Connette, G.M., Crawford, J.A., Hocking,  D.J., Maerz, J.C., Milanovich, J.R., Peterman, W.E. Predicted alteration of terrestrial ectotherm surface activity as a consequence of climate change. Ecology. ecy.315 (link)

Ames, E.M, Gade, M.R.,  M.R. Neiman, C.L., Wright, J.A., Tonra, C.M.,  Marroquin, C.M, Tutterow, A., Gray, S.M. Striving for population-level conservation: integrating physiology across the biological hierarchy. Conservation Physiology.  8:1-17 (link)


Gade, M.R., Gould, P.R., Peterman, W.E. Habitat dependent responses of terrestrial salamanders to wildfire in the short term. Forest Ecology and Management. 449: 117479. (link)

Gade. M.R. and Peterman, W.E. Multiple environmental gradients influence the distribution and   abundance of a key forest-health indicator species in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Landscape Ecology. 1-14. (link)


Gade, M.R., Donlon, K.C., Gould, P.R., and Wittum, R.R.* Female cannibalism of a conspecific.    Herpetology Notes. 10:615. (link)

Peterman, W.E., Gade, M.R. The importance of assessing parameter sensitivity when using         biophysical models: A case studying using plethodontid salamanders. Population Ecology. 1-12. (link



Gade, M.R., Hill, M.*, and Saporito, R.A. Color assortative mating in a mainland population of the strawberry poison frog, Oophaga pumilio. Ethology. 1-8.  (link)

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