Laboratory Publications

 

§undergraduate student author, *graduate student author, post-doc author, ¥equal first authorship.

 

In press

 

179.  Cohen, J.M.†, Sauer, E.L.*, Santiago, O.§, Spencer, S.§, Rohr, J.R. Divergent impacts of warming weather on disease risk across climates. Science

 

178.  Shocket, M.S.†, Verwillow, A.B., Numazu, M.G., Slamani, H., Cohen, J.M.†, El Moustaid, F.*, Rohr, J.R., Johnson, L.R., Mordecai, E.A. 2020. Transmission of West Nile virus and other temperate mosquito-borne viruses occurs at lower environmental temperatures than tropical mosquito-borne diseases. eLife

 

177.  Halliday, F.W.†, Rohr, J.R., Laine, A. 2020. Biodiversity loss underlies the dilution effect of biodiversity. Ecology Letters

 

176. Skaff, N.K.†, Cheng, Q., Clemesha, R.E.S., Collender, P.A., Gershunov, A., Head, J.R., Hoover, C.M.*, Rohr, J.R., Lettenmaier, D.P., Snyder, R., Remais, J.V. 2020. Thresholds, coastal climate, and transcritical variation induce geographical heterogeneity in West Nile virus transmission across Los Angeles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B

 

175.  Haggerty, C.J.E.†, Bakhoum, S., Civitello, D.J., De Leo, G.A., Jouanard, N., Ndione, R.A., Remais, J.V., Riveau, G., Senghor, S., Sokolow, S.H., Sow, S., Wolfe, C., Wood, C.L., Jones, I., Chamberlin, A., Rohr, J.R. 2020. Aquatic macrophytes and macroinvertebrate predators affect densities of snail hosts and local production of schistosome cercariae that cause human schistosomiasis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases

 

174.  Hoover, C.M.*, Rumschlag, S.L.†, Strgar, L., Arakala, A.†, Gambhir, M., de Leo, G., Sokolow, S.H., Rohr, J.R., Remais, J.V. 2020. Effects of agrochemical pollution on schistosomiasis transmission: a systematic review and modeling analysis. Lancet Planetary Health

 

173.  LaRue, E.A.†, Dodds, W., Rohr, J.R., Dahlin, K., Thorp, J.H., Johnson, J.S., Hardiman, B.S., Rodriguez-Gonzalez, M.I., Keller, M., Fahey, R., Knott, J., SanClements, M., Atkins, J.W., Tromboni, F., Chandra, S., Parker, G., Rose, K, Liu, J., Fei, S. 2020. The evolution of macrosystems biology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

 

2020

172.  Jones, D.K.†, Davila, D.D.§, Nguyen, K.H.*, Rohr, J.R. 2020. Effect of agrochemical exposure on Schistosoma mansoni cercariae survival and activity. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 39: 1421-1428 PDF

 

171.  Roznik, E.A.†, Surbaugh, K.L.*, Cano, N.§, Rohr, J.R. 2020. Elucidating mechanisms of invasion success: Effects of parasite removal on growth and survival rates of invasive and native frogs. Journal of Applied Ecology 57: 1078–1088 PDF

 

170.  Perkins, A.T., Rohr, J.R. 2020. Theories of diversity in disease ecology. In Theoretical Ecology: Concepts and Applications; eds. Kevin McCann and Gabriel Gellner, Oxford University Press, London. p 221-242 PDF

 

169.  Neely, W.J.*, Greenspan, S.E.†, Ribeiro, L.P., Carvalho, T., Martins, R.A., Rodriguez, D., Rohr, J.R., Haddad, C.F.B., Toledo, L.F., Becker, C.G. 2020. Synergistic effects of warming and disease linked to high mortality in cool-adapted terrestrial frogs. Biological Conservation 245: 108521 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108521 PDF

 

168.  Sauer, E.L., Cohen, J.M., Lajeunesse, M.J., McMahon, T.A., Civitello, D.J., Knutie, S.A., Nguyen, K., Roznik, E.A., Sears, B.F., Bessler, S., Delius, B.K., Halstead, N.T., Ortega, N., Venesky, M.D., Young, S., Rohr, J.R. 2020. A meta-analysis reveals temperature, dose, life stage, and taxonomy influence host susceptibility to a fungal parasite. Ecology 101:e02979. 10.1002/ecy.2979 Cover Photo PDF

 

167.  Nguyen, K.H.*, Gemmell, B.J., Rohr, J.R. 2020. Effects of temperature and viscosity on miracidial and cercarial movement of Schistosoma mansoni: Ramifications for disease transmission. International Journal of Parasitology 50: 153-159 PDF

 

166.  Rohr, J.R., Civitello, D.J., Halliday, F.W., Hudson, P.J., Lafferty, K.D., Wood, C.L., Mordecai, E.A. 2020. Towards common ground in the biodiversity–disease debate. Nature Ecology and Evolution 4: 24-33 PDF

 

2019

165.  Haggerty, C.J.E.†, Crisman, T.L., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Direct and indirect effects of pine silviculture on the larval occupancy and breeding of declining amphibian species. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 2652–2662 PDF

 

164.  Johansson, M.A., Apfeldorf , K.M., Dobson, S., Devita, J., Buczak, A., Baugher, B., Moniz, L.J. Bagley, T., Babin, S.M., Guven, E., Yamana, T.K., Shaman, J., Moschou, T., Lothian, N., Lane, A., Osbourne, G., Jiang, G., Brooks, L., Farrow, D., Hyun, S., Tibshirani, R.J., Rosenfeld, R., Lessler, J., Reich, N.G., Cummings, D.A.T., Lauer, S.A., Moore, S.M., Clapham, H.E., Lowe, R., Bailey, T., García-Díez, M., Carvalho, M.S., Rodo, X., Sardar, T., Paul, R.E., Ray, E.L., Sakrejda, K., Brown, A.C., Meng, X., Osoba, O., Vardavas, R., Manheim, D., Moore, M., Rao, D.M., Porco, T.C., Ackley, S., Liu, F., Worden, L., Convertino, M., Liu, Y., Reddy, A., Ortiz, E., Rivero, J., Brito, H., Juarrero, A., Johnson, L.R., Gramacy, R.B., Cohen, J.M., Mordecai, E.A., Murdock, C.C., Rohr, J.R., Ryan, S.J., Stewart-Ibarra, A., Weikel, D.P., Jutla, A., Khan, R., Poultney, M., Colwell, R.R., Rivera, B., Barker, C.M., Bell, J., Biggerstaff, M., Swerdlow, D., Mier-y-Teran-Romero, L., Forshey, B., Asher, J., Clay, M., Trtanj, J., Margolis, H.S., Chretien, J., George, D., Hebbeler, A. 2019. An open challenge to advance probabilistic forecasting for dengue epidemics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116: 24268–24274 PDF

 

163.  Wood, C.L., Sokolow, S., Jones, I.*, Chamberlin, A.*, Lafferty, K.D., Kuris, A.M., Jocque, M., Hopkins, S. †, Adams, G., Schneider, M., Buck, J.C., Lund, A., Garcia Vedrenne, A.E., Fiorenza, E. Rohr, J.R., Allan, F., Webster, B., Rabone, M., Webster, J., Bandagny, L., Ndione, R., Senghor, S., Schacht, A., Jouanard, N., Riveau, G., De Leo, G. 2019. Precision mapping of snail habitat provides a powerful indicator of human schistosomiasis transmission. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116: 23182–23191 PDF

 

162. Halliday, F.W.†, Rohr, J.R. 2019. Measuring the shape of the biodiversity-disease relationship across systems: new findings and key gaps. Nature Communications 10: 5032 PDF

 

161.  Sauer, E.L*, Trejo, N.§, Hoverman, J.T., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Behavioral fever reduces ranaviral infection in toads. Functional Ecology 33: 2172–2179 PDF

 

160.  Bradley, P.W.*, Brawner, M.D.§, Raffel, T.R., Rohr, J.R., Olson, D.H., Blaustein, A.R. 2019. Shifts in temperature influence how an emerging infectious fungus infects amphibian larvae. PLoS One 14(9): e0222237. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0222237 PDF

 

159. Young, S.*, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2019. Vancomycin resistance plasmids affect persistence of Enterococcus faecium in water at ambient nutrient levels. Water Research 166: 115069 doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2019.115069 PDF

 

158.  Mordecai, E.A., Caldwell, J., Grossman, M., Lippi, C.A.*, Johnson, L.R., Neira, M., Rohr, J.R., Ryan, S.J., Savage, V., Shocket, M.S.†, Sippy, R.†, Stewart Ibarra, A., Thomas, M.B., Villena, O. 2019. Thermal biology of mosquito-borne disease. Ecology Letters 22: 1690-1708 Cover Photo PDF

 

157.  Taylor, R.A.†, Ryan, S.J., Lippi, C.A.*, Hall, D.G., Narouei-Khandan, H.A., Rohr, J.R., Johnson, L.R. 2019. Bayesian quantification of the fundamental thermal niche of Huanglongbing, a vector-borne pathogen of citrus trees. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 2057–2068 PDF

 

156.  Hoover, C.M.*, Sokolow, S.H., Kemp, J., Lund, A.J.*, Jones, I.*, Higginson, T., Riveau, G., Savaya-Alkalay, A., Coyle, S., Wood, C., Micheli, F., Casagrandi, R., Mari, L., Gatto, M., Rinaldo, A., Perez, J., Rohr, J.R., Sanchirico, J.N., Sagi, A., Remais, J.V., De Leo, G.A. 2019. Modelled effects of prawn aquaculture on poverty alleviation and schistosomiasis control. Nature Sustainability 2: 611-620 PDF

 

155.  Rohr, J.R., Barrett, C.B., Civitello, D.J.†, Craft, M., Delius, B.*, de Leo, G., Hudson, P.J., Jouanard, N., Nguyen, K., Ostfeld, R., Remais, J.V., Riveau, G., Sokolow, S., Tilman, D. 2019. Emerging human infectious diseases and the links to global food production. Nature Sustainability 2: 445-456 PDF

 

154.  Rohr, J.R., Civitello, D.J.†, Cohen, J.M.*, Roznik, E.A.†, Sinervo, B., Dell, A.I. 2019. Different metrics of thermal acclimation yield similar effects of latitude, acclimation duration, body mass, and their interactions on acclimation strengths. Global Change Biology 25: e3-e4 PDF

 

153.  Bakhoum, S., Ndione, R.A., Haggerty, C.J.E., Wolfe, C., Sow, S., Ba, C.T., Riveau, G., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Influence of physicochemical parameters on the spatial distribution of snail species that are intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in the Senegal River Delta. Medicine and Tropical Health (Me´decine et Sante´ Tropicales) 29: 61-67 PDF

 

152.  Rumschlag, S.L.†, Halstead, N.T.*, Hoverman, J.T.†, Raffel, T.R.†, Carrick, H.J., Hudson, P.J., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Effects of pesticides on exposure and susceptibility to parasites can be generalized to pesticide class and type in aquatic communities. Ecology Letters 22: 962-972 Cover article PDF

 

151.  Zubrod, J.*, Bundschuh, M., Arts, G., Imfeld, G., Knäbel, A., Payraudeau, S., Rasmussen, J., Rohr, J.R., Scharmüller, A., Smalling, K., Stehle, S., Schulz, R., Schäfer, R. 2019. Fungicides – An overlooked pesticide class? Environmental Science and Technology 53: 3347−3365 PDF

 

150. Cohen, J.M.†, McMahon, T.A.†, Ramsay, C.*, Roznik, E.A.†, Sauer, E.L.*, Bessler, S., Civitello, D.J.†, Delius, B.K.*, Halstead, N.T.*, Knutie, S.A.†, Nguyen, K.*, Ortega, C.N.*, Sears, B.*, Venesky, M.D.†, Young, S.*, Rohr, J.R. 2019. Impacts of thermal mismatches on chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis prevalence are moderated by life stage, body size, elevation and latitude. Ecology Letters 22: 817-825 Cover article PDF

 

149.  Haggerty, C.J.E.†, Crisman, T.L., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Effects of forestry-driven changes to groundcover and soil moisture on amphibian desiccation, dispersal, and survival. Ecological Applications 29: e01870. 10.1002/eap.1870 PDF

 

148.  Rumschlag, S.L.†, Bessler, S., Rohr, J.R. 2019. Evaluating improvements to exposure estimates from fate and transport models by incorporating environmental sampling effort and national contaminant use. Water Research 156: 372-382 PDF

 

147.  Cohen, J.M.*, Civitello, D.J.†, Venesky, M.D.†, McMahon, T.A.†, Rohr, J.R. 2019. An interaction between climate change and infectious disease drove widespread amphibian declines. Global Change Biology 25: 927–937 PDF

 

146.  Kernbach, M.*, Ramsay, C*, Rohr, J.R., Martin, L.B. 2019. Eco-immunology: past, present and future. In: Fath, B.D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Ecology 3: 64-71 PDF

 

2018

145.  Arakala, A. Hoover, C.M.*, Marshall, J., Sokolow, S., de Leo, G., Rohr, J.R., Remais, J.V., Gambhir, M. 2019. Estimating the elimination feasibility in the 'end game' of control efforts for parasites subjected to regular mass drug administration: Methods and their application to schistosomiasis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12: e0006794. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0006794 PDF

 

144.  Rumschlag, S.L.†, Rohr, J.R. 2018. The influence of pesticide use on amphibian chytrid fungal infections varies with host life stage across broad spatial scales. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 1277-1287 PDF

 

143.  Sauer, E.L.*, Fuller, R.C., Richards-Zawacki, C.L., Sonn, J., Sperry, J.H., Rohr, J.R. 2018. Variation in individual temperature preferences, not behavioral fever, affects susceptibility to chytridiomycosis in amphibians. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 285: 20181111. PDF

 

142. Rohr, J.R., Civitello, D.J.†, Cohen, J.M.*, Roznik, E.A.†, Sinervo, B., Dell, A.I. 2018. The complex drivers of thermal acclimation and breadth in ectotherms. Ecology Letters 21: 1425–1439 Cover article PDF

 

141. Tornabene, B.J.*, Blaustein, A.R., Briggs, C.J., Rohr, J.R., Johnson, P.T.J., Hoverman, J.T. 2018. The influence of landscape and environmental factors on ranavirus epidemiology in a California amphibian assemblage. Freshwater Biology 63: 639–651 PDF

 

140.  Civitello, D.J.†, Fatima, H.§, Johnson, L.R., Nisbet, R.M., Rohr, J.R. 2018. Bioenergetic theory for host-parasite interactions: A case study with human schistosomes. Ecology Letters 21: 692–701 PDF

 

139. Rohr, J.R., Bernhardt, E.S., Cadotte, M.W., Clements, W.H. 2018. The ecology and economics of restoration: When, what, where, and how to restore ecosystems damaged by global change. Ecology and Society 23:15 https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09876-230215 PDF

 

138.  Stutz, W.E.†, Blaustein, A.R., Briggs, C.J., Hoverman, J.T., Rohr, J.R., Johnson, P.T.J. 2018. Using multi-response models to investigate pathogen coinfections across scales: insights from emerging diseases of amphibians. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9: 1109–1120 PDF

 

137.  Civitello, D.J., Allman, B.E.*, Morozumi, C.*, Rohr, J.R. 2018. Assessing the direct and indirect effects of food provisioning and nutrient enrichment on wildlife infectious disease dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 373: 20170101 PDF

 

136.  Halstead, N.T.*, Arakala, A.†, Civitello, D.J.†, Deleo, G., Gambhir, M., Hoover, C.*, Johnson, S.A., Jouanard, N., McMahon, T.A.*, Parker, K.§, Raffel, T.R., Remais, J., Riveau, G., Sokolow, S., Rohr, J.R. 2018. Agrochemicals increase risk of human schistosomiasis by supporting higher densities of intermediate hosts. Nature Communications 9: 837 DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-03189-w PDF

         Covered in Science: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/07/pesticides-could-hike-risk-catching-parasitic-worm 

 

135.  Johnson, L.R., Gramacy, R.B., Cohen, J.M.*, Mordecai, E.A., Murdock, C.C., Rohr, J.R., Ryan, S.J., Stewart-Ibarra, A., Weikel, D. 2018. Phenomenological forecasting of disease incidence using heteroskedastic Gaussian processes: a dengue case study. Annals of Applied Statistics 12: 27-66 PDF

 

134.  Cohen, J.M.*, Lajeunesse, M.J., Rohr, J.R. 2018. A global synthesis of animal phenological responses to climate change. Nature Climate Change 8: 224-228 PDF Supplemental

 

133.  Knutie, S.A.†, Gabor, C., Kohl, K.D.†, Rohr, J.R. 2018. Do host-associated gut microbiota mediate the effect of an herbicide on disease risk in frogs? Journal of Animal Ecology 87: 489-499 PDF

 

132.  Gabor, C.R., Roznik, E.A.†, Knutie, S.A.†, Rohr, J.R. 2018. Are the adverse effects of stressors on amphibians mediated by their effects on stress hormones? Oecologia 186: 393-404 PDF

 

131.  Rohr, J.R. 2018. Atrazine and amphibians: A story of profits, controversy and animus. In: Dominick A. DellaSala, and Michael I. Goldstein (eds.) The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene 5: 141-148 PDF

 

2017

130.  Knutie, S.A.†, Shea, L.A.§, Kupselaitis, M.§, Wilkinson, C.L.*, Kohl, K.D.†, Rohr, J.R. 2017. Early-life diet affects host microbiota and later-life defenses against parasites in frogs. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57: 732-742 PDF

 

129.  Rohr, J.R., Brown J.*, Battaglin, W.A., McMahon, T.A., Relyea, R.A. 2017. A pesticide paradox: Fungicides indirectly increase fungal infections. Ecological Applications 27: 2290-2302 PDF

 

128.  Spaak, J.W., Baert, J.M., Baird, D.J., Eisenhauer, N., Maltby, L., Pomati, F., Radchuk, V.*, Rohr, J.R., Van den Brink, P.J., De Laender, F. 2017. Shifts of community composition and population density substantially affect ecosystem function despite invariant richness. Ecology Letters 20: 1315-1324 PDF

 

127.  Jayawardena, U.A., Rohr, J.R., Amerasinghe, P.H., Navaratne, A.N., Rajakaruna, R.S. 2017. Effects of agrochemicals on disease severity of Acanthostomum burminis infections (Digenea: Trematoda) in the Asian common toad, Duttaphrynus melanostictus. BMC Zoology 2: 13. doi: 10.1186/s40850-017-0022-1 PDF

 

126. Knutie, S.A.†, Wilkinson, C.L.*, Kohl, K.D.†, Rohr, J.R. 2017. Early-life disruption of amphibian microbiota decreases later-life resistance to parasites. Nature Communications 8: 86. doi:10.1038/s41467-017-00119-0 Altmetric score of 126, 97th percentile PDF

 

125.  Rohr, J.R., Salice, C.J., Nisbet, R.M. 2017. Chemical safety must extend to ecosystems. Science 356: 917 PDF

 

124.  Voyles, J., Johnson, L.R., Rochelle, K., Barron, C., Miller, D., Minster, J., Rohr. J.R., Rosenblum, E.B. 2017. Diversity in growth patterns among strains of the lethal fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis across extended thermal optima. Oecologia 184: 363-373 PDF

 

123.  McMahon, T.A., Rohr, J.R., Bernal, X. 2017. Light and noise pollution interact to disrupt interspecific interactions. Ecology 98: 1290–1299 PDF

 

122.  McMahon, T.A., Boughton, R.K., Martin, L.B., Rohr. J.R. 2017. Exposure to an herbicide non-linearly affected corticosterone production in tadpoles. Journal of Herpetology 51: 270-273 PDF

 

121.  Mordecai, E.A., Cohen, J.M.*, Evans, M., Gudapati, P., Johnson, L.R., Miazgowicz, K., Murdock, C.C., Rohr, J.R., Ryan, S.J., Savage, V., Shocket, M.†, Stewart-Ibarra, A., Matthew, M.B., Weikel, D.P. 2017. Temperature characterizes Zika, dengue and chikungunya transmission potential in the Americas. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 11(4): e0005568. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0005568 ISI Highly Cited PDF

 

120. Knutie, S.A.†, Wilkinson, C.L.*, Ortega, N.*, Rohr, J.R. 2017. Host resistance and tolerance of parasitic gut worms depend on resource availability. Oecologia 183: 1031-1040 PDF

 

119.  Cohen, J.M.*, Venesky, M.D.†, Sauer, E.L.*, Civitello, D.J.†, McMahon, T.A.†, Roznik, E.A.†, Rohr, J.R. 2017. The thermal mismatch hypothesis explains outbreaks of an emerging infectious disease. Ecology Letters 20: 184–193 Cover Article, Featured in Nature: Sohn Hothouse of disease 543: S44–S46 PDF

 

118. Burton, G.A., Di Giulio, R., Costello, D., Rohr, J.R. 2017. Slipping through the cracks:  Why is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not funding extramural research on chemicals in our environment? Environmental Science and Technology 51: 755-756 Featured in Science Magazine PDF

 

2016

117. De Laender, F., Rohr, J.R., Ashauer, R., Baird, D.J., Berger, U., Eisenhauer, N., Grimm, V., Hommen, U., Maltby, L., Meliàn, C.J., Pomati, F., Roessink, I., Radchuk, V.*, Van den Brink, P.J. 2016. Re-introducing environmental change drivers in biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 905-915 PDF

 

116.  Taylor, R.A.†, Mordecai, E., Rohr, J.R., Johnson, L.R. 2016. Mathematical models are a powerful method to understand and control the spread of Huanglongbing. PeerJ 4: e2642 PDF

 

115.  Rohr, J.R., Salice, C.J., Nisbet, R.M. 2016. The pros and cons of ecological risk assessment based on data from different levels of biological organization. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 46: 756-784 PDF

 

114.  Sauer, E.L.*, Sperry, J.H., Rohr, J.R. 2016. An efficient and inexpensive method for measuring long-term behavioral thermoregulation. Journal of Thermal Biology 60: 231-236 PDF

 

113.  Young, S.*, Nayak, B.†, Sun, S., Badgley, B.†, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2016. Vancomycin resistant enterococci and changes in bacterial community structure associated with a residential sewage spill. Applied & Environmental Microbiology 82: 5653-5660 PDF

 

112.  Ehrsam, M.§, Knutie, S.A.†, Rohr, J.R. 2016. The herbicide atrazine induces hyperactivity and compromises tadpole detection of predator chemical cues. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35: 2239-2244 PDF

 

111.  Jennings, D.E.*, Krupa, J.J., Rohr, J.R. 2016. Foraging modality determines the strength of competitive interactions among carnivorous plants, spiders, and toads. Journal of Animal Ecology 85: 973-981 PDF

 

110.  Cohen, J.*, Civitello, D.J.†, Brace, A.J.*, Feichtinger, E.*, Ortega, N.*, Richardson, J.C.*, Sauer, E.L.*, Liu, X., Rohr, J.R. 2016. Spatial scale modulates the strength of ecological processes driving disease distributions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113: E3359–E3364 doi:10.1073/pnas.1521657113 (this paper was a product of a graduate student project developed in a seminar course I taught with my postdoc on scale in ecology; Altmetric score of 53, 95th percentile) PDF

         Awarded Best Graduate Student Paper by the Disease Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America in 2016

 

109.  Jayawardena, U.A., Rohr, J.R.¥, Navaratne, A.N., Amerasinghe, P.H., Rajakaruna, R.S. 2016. Combined effects of pesticides and trematode infections on the hourglass tree frog Polypedates cruciger. EcoHealth 13: 111-122 PDF

 

108.  Rohr, J.R., Farag, A.M., Cadotte, M.W., Clements, W.H., Smith, J.R., Ulrich, C.P., Woods, R. 2016. Transforming ecosystems: When, where, and how to restore contaminated sites. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 12: 273-283 PDF

 

107.  Buck, J.C.*, Rohr, J.R., Blaustein, A.R. 2016. Effects of nutrient supplementation on host-pathogen dynamics of the amphibian chytrid fungus: a community approach. Freshwater Biology 61:110-120 

 

106. Madliger, C.L.*, Cooke, S.J., Crespi, E.J., Funk, J.L., Hultine, K.R., Hunt, K.E., Rohr, J.R., Sinclair, B.J., Suski, C.D., Willis, C.K.R., Love, O.P. 2016. Success stories and emerging themes in Conservation Physiology. Conservation Physiology 4: cov057 doi:10.1093/conphys/cov057 PDF

 

2015

105.  Staley, Z.R.*, Harwood, V.J., Rohr, J.R. 2015. A synthesis of the effects of pesticides on microbial persistence in aquatic ecosystems. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 45:813-836

 

104.  Ortega, C.N.*, Price, W., Campbell, T. Rohr, J.R. 2015. Acquired and introduced macroparasites of the invasive Cuban treefrog, Osteopilus septentrionalis. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 4:379-384

 

103. Civitello, D.J.†, Cohen, J.*, Fatima, H.§, Halstead, N.T.*, McMahon, T.A.†, Ortega, C.N.*, Sauer, E.*, Rohr, J.R. 2015. Reply to Salkeld et al.: Diversity-disease patterns are robust to study design, selection criteria, and publication bias. Proceedings of the National Academy of the United States of America 112: E6262 http://www.pnas.org/content/112/46/E6262.full.pdf

 

102.  Civitello, D.J.†, Cohen, J.*, Fatima, H.§, Halstead, N.T.*, Liriano, J.§, McMahon, T.A.†, Ortega, C.N.*, Sauer, E.*, Sehgal, T.§, Young, S.*, Rohr, J.R. 2015. Biodiversity inhibits parasites: broad evidence for the dilution effect. Proceedings of the National Academy of the United States of America 112:8667–8671 (showcased by commentaries in PNAS and Science, double star by Faculty 1000, Altmetric score of 183, 99th percentile)

         ISI Highly Cited

 

101.  Halstead, N.T.*, Civitello, D.J.†, Rohr, J.R. 2015. Comparative toxicities of organophosphate and pyrethroid insecticides to aquatic macroarthropods. Chemosphere 135:265-271

 

100.  Buck, J.C.*, Scholz, K.I. Rohr, J.R., Blaustein, A.R. 2015. Trophic dynamics in an aquatic community: Interactions among primary producers, grazers, and a pathogenic fungus. Oecologia 178:239–248

 

99.    McMahon, T.A.*, Rohr, J.R. 2015. Transition of chytrid fungus infection from mouthparts to hind limbs during amphibian metamorphosis. EcoHealth 12:188-193

 

98.    Sears, B.F.*, Snyder, P.W.§, Rohr, J.R.¥ 2015. Host life-history and host-parasite syntopy predict behavioral resistance and tolerance to trematode parasites. Journal of Animal Ecology 84:625-636 (Runner-up for Best Graduate Student Paper Award in 2015 from the Disease Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America)

 

97.    Boone, M.D., Rohr, J.R. 2015. The trouble with risk assessment lies at the foundation. BioScience 65:227-228

 

96.    Rohr, J.R., Civitello, D.J.†, Crumrine, P.W., Halstead, N.T.*, Miller, A.D.§, Schotthoefer, A.M., Stenoien, C.§, Johnson, L.B., Beasley, V.R. 2015. Predator diversity, intraguild predation, and indirect effects drive parasite transmission. Proceedings of the National Academy of the United States of America 112:3008-3013 (Altmetric score of 67, 97th percentile)

 

95.    Raffel, T.R.†, Halstead, N.T.*, McMahon, T.A.*, Davis, A.K., Rohr, J.R. 2015. Temperature variability and moisture synergistically interact to exacerbate an epizootic disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282:20142039

 

94.    Douglas, M.R.*, Rohr, J.R., Tooker, J.F. 2015. Neonicotinoid insecticide travels through a soil food chain, disrupting biocontrol of non-target pests and decreasing soybean yield. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:250-260 Editor’s Choice, cover photo, and commentary (http://www.journalofappliedecology.org/view/0/editorschoice521.html; Altmetric score of 159, 99th percentile and top 10 ever for the journal as of 6/2015)

 

2014

93.    Staley, Z.R.*, Senkbeil, J.K.§, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2014. Agrochemicals indirectly increase survival of E. coli O157:H7 and indicator bacteria in freshwater by reducing ecosystem services. Ecological Applications 24:1945-1953

 

92.    Civitello, D.J.†, Rohr, J.R. 2014. Disentangling the effects of parasite exposure and host susceptibility on parasite transmission: an illustration with the human zoonotic parasite, Schistosoma mansoni. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:1379-1386

 

91.    Boone, M.D., Bishop, C.A., Boswell, L.A., Brodman, R., Burger, J., Davidson, C., Gochfeld, M., Hoverman, J.T., Neuman-Lee*, L., Propper, C.R., Relyea, R.A., Rohr, J.R., Rowe, C.L., Salice, C., Semlitsch, R.D., Sparling, D., Weir, S*. 2014. The influence of industry: how conflicts of interest compromise pesticide regulation. Bioscience 64:917-922

 

90.    Landis, W.G., Rohr, J.R., Moe, S.J., Balbus, J.M., Clements, W., Fritz, A., Helm, R., Hickey, C., Hooper, M., Stahl, R. 2014. Global climate change and contaminants, a call to arms not yet heard? Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 10:483-484

 

89.    McMahon, T.A.*, Sears, B.F.*, Venesky, M.D.†, Brown, J.M.*, Deutsch, K.§, Halstead, N.T.*, Lentz, G.§, Tenouri, N.§, Young, S.*, Civitello, D.J.†, Ortega, N.*, Fites, J.S.*, Reinert, L.K.*, Rollins-Smith, L.A., Raffel, T.R.†, Rohr, J.R.¥ 2014. Amphibians acquire resistance to live and dead fungus overcoming fungal immunosuppression. Nature 511:224-227 (cover photo and featured cover story; Altmetric score of 284, 99th percentile)

 

88.    Halstead, N.T.*, McMahon, T.A.*, Johnson, S., Raffel, T.R.†, Romansic, J.M.†, Crumrine, P.W., Rohr, J.R. 2014. Community ecology theory predicts the effects of agrochemical mixtures on aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem properties. Ecology Letters 17:932-941

 

87.    McMahon, T.A.*, Rohr, J.R. 2014. Trypan blue dye is an effective and inexpensive way to determine the viability of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis zoospores. EcoHealth 11:164-167

 

86.    McKenzie, R.W.§, Rohr, J.R., Motta, P.J. 2014. Orientation and patterning of the lateral line pore scales of the shortfin mako Isurus oxyrinchus. Journal of Fish Biology 84:1300-1311

 

85.    Venesky, M.D.†, Liu, X., Sauer, E.§, Rohr, J.R. 2014. Linking manipulative experiments to field data to test the dilution effect. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:557-565

 

84.    Venesky, M.D.†, Raffel, T.R, McMahon, T.A.*, Rohr, J.R. 2014. Confronting inconsistencies in the amphibian-chytridiomycosis system: implications for disease management. Biological Reviews 89:477-483

 

83.    Leslie, T.W., Biddinger, D.J., Rohr, J.R., Hulting, A.J., Mortensen, D.A., Fleischer, S.J. 2014. Examining shifts in Carabidae assemblages across a forest-agriculture ecotone. Environmental Entomology 43:18-28

 

2013

82.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, Halstead, N.T.*, McMahon, T.A.*, Johnson, S.A., Boughton, R.K., Martin, L.B. 2013. Early-life exposure to an herbicide has enduring effects on pathogen-induced mortality. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 280:20131502 (Altmetric score of 72)

 

81.    Sears, B.*, Snyder, P.§, Rohr, J.R. 2013. No effects of two anesthetic agents on circulating leukocyte counts or resistance to trematode infections in larval amphibians. Journal of Herpetology 47:498-501

 

80.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R., Blaustein, A.R., Johnson, P.T.J., Paull, S.H., Young, S.* 2013. Using physiology to understand climate-driven changes in disease and their implications for conservation. Conservation Physiology 1:cot022-cot022

 

79.    Sears, B.F.*, Rohr, J.R. 2013. Loss of trematode parthenitae in Planorbella trivolvis (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Journal of Parasitology 99:738-739

 

78.    McMahon, T.A.*, Romansic, J.M.†, Rohr, J.R. 2013. Non-monotonic and monotonic effects of pesticides on the pathogenic fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in culture and on tadpoles. Environmental Science and Technology 47:7958-7964

 

77.    Rohr, J.R., Palmer, B.D. 2013. Climate change, multiple stressors, and the decline of ectotherms. Conservation Biology 27:741-751

 

76.    Li, Y., Cohen, J.M.*, Rohr, J.R. 2013. A review and synthesis of the effects of climate change on amphibians. Integrative Zoology 8:145-161 Ranked as one of the four best papers published in the journal in 2013 https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?pli=1#inbox/1448714d25f3d5bf

 

75.    Sears, B.F.*, Snyder, P.W.§, Rohr, J.R. 2013. Infection deflection: hosts control parasite location with behavior to improve tolerance. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 280: 20130759

 

74.    Venesky, M.D.†, Hanlon, S.M.*, Lynch, K.§, Parris, M.J., Rohr, J.R. 2013. Optimal digestion theory does not predict the effect of pathogens on intestinal plasticity. Biology Letters 9: 20130038

 

73.    Raffel, T.R.†, Romansic, J.M.†, Halstead, N.T.*, McMahon, T.A.*, Venesky, M.D.†, Rohr, J.R.¥ 2013. Disease and thermal acclimation in a more variable and unpredictable climate. Nature Climate Change 3: 146-151 (Altmetric score of 38, 97th percentile; featured in News and Views article: http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/v3/n2/full/nclimate1812.html)

 

72.    Liu, X., Rohr, J.R., Li, Y. 2013. Climate, vegetation, introduced hosts and trade shape a global wildlife pandemic. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 280: 20122506 double star recommendation by Faculty 1000

 

71.    McMahon, T.A.*, Brannelly, L.A.*, Chatfield, M.W.H.†, Johnson, P.T.J., Joseph, M.B.*, McKenzie, V.J., Richards-Zawacki, C.L., Venesky, M.D.†, Rohr, J.R. 2013. Chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis has nonamphibian hosts and releases chemicals that cause pathology in the absence of infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110: 210-215 (Altmetric score of 58, 98th percentile)

 

70.    Rohr, J.R., Johnson, P., Hickey, C.W., Helm, R., Fritz, A., Brasfield, S. 2013. Implications of global climate change for natural resource damage assessment, restoration, and rehabilitation. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32: 93-101

 

2012

69.    Sears, B.F*, Schlunk, A.D.§, Rohr, J.R. 2012. Do parasitic trematode cercariae demonstrate a preference for susceptible host species? PLoS ONE 7(12): e51012

 

68.    Staley, Z.R.*, Senkbeil, J.K.§, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2012. Lack of direct effects of agrochemicals on zoonotic pathogens and fecal indicator bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78: 8146-8150

 

67.    Koprivnikar, J., Marcogliese, D.J., Rohr, J.R., Orlofske, S.A.*, Raffel, T.R.†, Johnson, P.T.J. 2012. Macroparasite infections of amphibians: What can they tell us? EcoHealth 9: 342-360

 

66.    Jennings, D.E.*, Edwards, G.B. Rohr, J.R. 2012. Associations between ground-surface spiders and other arthropods in mesic flatwoods. Florida Entomologist 95: 290-296

 

65.    Venesky, M.D.†, Mendelson, J.R., Sears, B.F.*, Stiling, P.D., Rohr, J.R. 2012. Selecting for tolerance against pathogens and herbivores to enhance the success of reintroduction and translocation programs. Conservation Biology 26: 586-592

 

64.    Rohr, J.R., Martin, L.B. 2012. Type I error is unlikely to hinder review recycling: a reply to Montesinos. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 312-313

 

63.    McMahon, T.A.*, Halstead, N.T.*, Johnson, S., Raffel, T.R.†, Romansic, J.M.†, Crumrine, P.W., Rohr, J.R.¥ 2012. Fungicide-induced declines of freshwater biodiversity modify ecosystem functions and services. Ecology Letters 15: 714-722 recommended by Faculty 1000

 

62.    Rohr, J.R., Halstead, N.T.*, Raffel, T.R. † 2012. The herbicide atrazine, algae, and snail populations. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31: 973-976

 

61.    Rohr, J.R., Martin, L.B. 2012. Reduce, reuse, recycle scientific reviews. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 192-193 PDF

 

60.    Johnson, P.T.J., Rohr, J.R., Hoverman, J.T. Kellermanns, E., Bowerman, J., Lunde, K.B. 2012. Living fast and dying of infection: Host life history drives interspecific variation in infection and disease risk. Ecology Letters 15: 235-242 recommended by Faculty 1000 

 

59.    Jennings, D.E.*, Congelosi, A.M.§, Rohr, J.R. 2012. Insecticides reduce survival and the expression of traits associated with carnivory of carnivorous plants. Ecotoxicology 21: 569-575

 

2011

58.    Sears, B.F.*, Rohr, J.R., Allen, J.E., Martin, L.B. 2011. The economy of inflammation: when is less more? Trends in Parasitology 27: 382-387

 

57.    Staley, Z.*, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2011. A test of direct and indirect effects of agrochemicals on the survival of fecal indicator bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77: 8765-8774

 

56.    Jennings, D.E.*, Rohr J.R. 2011. A review of the conservation threats to carnivorous plants. Biological Conservation 144: 1356-1363

 

55.    McMahon, T.A.*, Halstead, N.T.*, Johnson, S., Raffel, T.R.†, Romansic, J.M.†, Crumrine, P.W., Boughton, R.K., Martin, L.B., Rohr, J.R. 2011. The fungicide chlorothalonil is nonlinearly associated with corticosterone levels, immunity, and mortality in amphibians. Environmental Health Perspectives 119: 1098-1103

 

54.    Lekberg, Y., Meadow, J., Rohr, J.R., Redecker, D., Zabinski, C.A. 2011. Importance of dispersal and thermal environment for mycorrhizal communities: Lessons from Yellowstone National Park. Ecology 92: 1292-1302

 

53.    Schotthoefer, A.M., Rohr, J.R., Cole, R.A., Koehler, A.V., Johnson, C.M., Johnson, L.B., Beasley, V.R. 2011. Effects of wetland and landscape variables on parasite communities of Rana pipiens: links to anthropogenic changes. Ecological Applications 21: 1257-1271

 

52.    Romansic, J.M.†, Johnson, P.T.J., Searle, C.L.*, Johnson, J.E., Tunstall, T.*, Han, B.A., Rohr, J.R., Blaustein, A.R. 2011. Individual and combined effects of multiple pathogens on Pacific treefrogs. Oecologia 166: 1029-1041

 

51.    Rohr, J.R., Dobson, A.P., Johnson, P.T.J., Kilpatrick, A.M., Paull, S.H.*, Raffel, T.R., Ruiz-Moreno, D., Thomas, M.B. 2011. Frontiers in climate change-disease research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26: 270-277 (invited submission)

 

50.    Raffel, T.R.†, Lloyd-Smith, J.O., Sessions, S.K., Hudson, P.J., Rohr, J.R. 2011. Does the early frog catch the worm? Disentangling potential drivers of a parasite age-intensity relationship in tadpoles. Oecologia 165: 1031-1042

 

49.    Rohr, J.R., Halstead, N.T.*, Raffel, T.R.† 2011. Modelling the future distribution of the amphibian chytrid fungus: The influence of climate and human-associated factors. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 174-176 (invited submission)

 

48.    Rohr, J.R., Sesterhenn, T.*, Stieha, C.* 2011. Will climate change reduce the effects of a pesticide on amphibians?: Partitioning effects on exposure and susceptibility to pollution. Global Change Biology 17: 657-666

 

2010

47.    Raffel, T.R.†, Michel, P.J. §, Sites, E.W. §, Rohr, J.R. 2010. Does temperature drive chytrid infections in newt populations?  Associations with leaf litter, vegetation and shade. EcoHealth 7: 526-536

 

46.    Raffel, T.R. †, Johnson, P.T.J., Paull, S.H. *, Rohr, J.R. 2010. Symposium 16, Towards a general theory for how climate change will affect infectious disease. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 91: 467-473

 

45.    Staley, Z.*, Rohr, J.R., Harwood, V.J. 2010. The effect of agrochemicals on indicator bacteria densities in outdoor mesocosms. Environmental Microbiology 12: 3150-3158

 

44.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, Hall, C.§ 2010. Developmental variation in resistance and tolerance in a multi-host-parasite system. Functional Ecology 24: 1110-1121

 

43.    Leslie, T.W.*, Biddinger, D.J., Rohr, J.R., Fleischer, S.J. 2010. Conventional and seed-based insect management strategies similarly influence non-target coleopteran communities in maize. Environmental Entomology 39: 2045-2055

 

42.    Rohr, J.R., McCoy, K.A.† 2010. Preserving environmental health and scientific credibility: A practical guide to reducing conflicts of interest. Conservation Letters 3: 143-150

 

41.    Jennings, D.E.*, Krupa, J.J., Raffel, T.R.†, Rohr, J.R. 2010. Evidence for competition between carnivorous plants and spiders. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277: 301-308 highlighted in Science Magazine

 

40.    Raffel, T.R.†, Hoverman, J.T.†, Halstead, N.T., Michel, P.§, Rohr, J.R. 2010. Parasitism in a community context: Trait-mediated interactions with competition and predation. Ecology 91: 1900-1907

 

39.    Martin, L.B., Hopkins, W.A., Mydlarz, L.D., Rohr, J.R. 2010. The effects of anthropogenic global change on immune functions and disease resistance. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences: The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 1195: 129-148 (invited submission)

 

38.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.† 2010. Linking global climate and temperature variability to widespread amphibian declines putatively caused by disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107: 8269-8274

 

37.    Rohr, J.R., McCoy, K.A.† 2010. A qualitative meta-analysis reveals consistent effects of atrazine on freshwater fish and amphibians. Environmental Health Perspectives 118: 20-32

 

2009

36.    Raffel, T.R.†, Sheingold, J.L.§, Rohr, J.R. 2009. Lack of pesticide toxicity to Echinostoma trivolvis eggs and miracidia. Journal of Parasitology 95: 1548-1551

 

35.    Rohr, J.R., Mahan, C.G., Kim, K. 2009. Response of arthropod biodiversity to foundation species declines: the case of the eastern hemlock. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 1503-1510

 

34.    Clements, W.H., Rohr, J.R. 2009. Community responses to contaminants: Using basic ecological principles to predict ecotoxicological effects. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 1789-1800

 

33.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, Sessions, S.K. 2009. Digenetic trematodes and their relationship to amphibian declines and deformities. In: Amphibian Biology. vol. 8. Amphibian Decline: Diseases, Parasites, Maladies, and Pollution. series editor Heatwole, H. & Wilkinson, J.W. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton, NSW, Australia, pp 3067-3088

 

32.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, & Swan, A.§, Hudson, P.J. 2009. Parasites, info-disruption, and the ecology of fear. Oecologia 159: 447-454

 

31.    Delphia, C.M.*, Rohr, J.R., Stephenson, A.G., De Moraes, C.M., Mescher, M.C. 2009. Effects of genetic variation and inbreeding on volatile production in a field population of horsenettle. International Journal of Plant Sciences 170: 12-20

 

30.    Raffel, T.R.†, Le Gros, R.J.§, Love, B.C., Rohr, J.R., Hudson, P.J. 2009. Parasite age-intensity relationships in red-spotted newts: Does immune memory influence salamander disease dynamics? International Journal for Parasitology 39: 231-241

 

2008

29.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, Romansic, J.†, McCallum, H., Hudson, P.J. 2008. Evaluating the links between climate, disease spread, and amphibian declines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 17436-17441

 

28.    Rohr, J.R., Schotthoefer, A.M., Raffel, T.R.†, Carrick, H.J., Halstead, N., Hoverman, J.T.†, Johnson, C.M., Johnson, L.B., Lieske, C., Piwoni, M.D., Schoff, P.K., Beasley, V.R. 2008. Agrochemicals increase trematode infections in a declining amphibian species. Nature 455: 1235-1239 Featured on the cover ISI Highly Cited Paper

 

27.    Raffel, T.R.†, Martin, L.B., Rohr, J.R. 2008. Parasites as predators: unifying natural enemy ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 610-618 (invited submission) PDF

 

26.    Rohr, J.R., Raffel, T.R.†, Sessions, S.K., Hudson, P.J. 2008. Understanding the net effects of pesticides on amphibian trematode infections. Ecological Applications 18: 1743-1753

 

25.    Tooker, J.F.†, Rohr, J.R., Abrahamson, W.G., De Moraes, C.M. 2008. Gall insects can avoid and alter indirect plant defenses. New Phytologist 178: 657-671 A featured article with an accompanying commentary

 

2007

24.    Rohr, J.R., Kim, K., Mahan, C. 2007. Developing a monitoring program for invertebrates: guidelines and a case study. Conservation Biology 21: 422-433

 

23.    Leslie, T.W.*, Hoheisel, G.A.*, Biddinger, D.J., Rohr, J.R., Fleischer, S.J. 2007. Transgenes sustain epigeal biodiversity in diversified vegetable farm systems. Environmental Entomology 36: 234-244

 

22.    Lekberg, Y.†, Koide, R.T., Rohr, J.R., Aldrich-Wolfe, L., & Morton, J.B. 2007. Role of niche theory and dispersal in the composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities. Journal of Ecology 95: 95-105

 

2006

21.    Rohr, J.R., Kerby, J.*, Sih, A. 2006. Community ecology theory as a framework for predicting contaminant effects. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21: 606-613 (invited submission) Featured on the cover

 

20.    Raffel, T.R.†, Rohr, J.R., Kiesecker, J.M., Hudson, P.J. 2006. Negative effects of changing temperature on amphibian immunity under field conditions. Functional Ecology 20: 819-828

 

19.    Dobson, A.P., Cattadori, I. Holt, R.D., Ostfeld, R.S., Keesing, F., Krichbaum, K.*, Rohr, J.R., Perkins, S.E., Hudson, P.J. 2006. Sacred cows and sympathetic squirrels: The importance of biological diversity to human health. PLoS Medicine 3: 714-718

 

18.    Rohr, J.R., Sager, T.*, Sesterhenn, T.*, Palmer, B.D. 2006. Exposure, post-exposure, and density-mediated effects of atrazine on amphibians: Breaking down net effects into their parts. Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 46-50 Featured on the cover

 

2005

17.    Rohr, J.R., Crumrine, P.* 2005. Effects of an herbicide and an insecticide on pond community structure and processes. Ecological Applications 15: 1135-1147

 

16.    Rohr, J.R., Palmer, B.D. 2005. Aquatic herbicide exposure increases salamander desiccation risk eight months later in a terrestrial environment. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 24: 1253-1258

 

15.    Rohr, J.R., Park, D.†, Sullivan, A.M.*, McKenna, M.*, Propper, C.R., Madison D.M. 2005. Operational sex ratio in newts: field responses and characterization of a constituent chemical cue. Behavioral Ecology 16: 286-293

 

2004

14.    Sullivan, A.M.*, Madison, D.M., Rohr, J.R. 2004. Variation in the antipredator responses of three sympatric plethodontid salamanders to predator-diet cues. Herpetologica 60: 401-408

 

13.    Rohr, J.R., Elskus, A.A., Shepherd, B.S., Crowley, P.H., McCarthy, T.M.*, Niedzwiecki, J.H.*, Sager, T.*, Sih, A., Palmer, B.D. 2004. Multiple stressors and salamanders: Effects of an herbicide, food limitation, and hydroperiod. Ecological Applications 14: 1028-1040

 

2003

12.    Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M., Sullivan, A.M.* 2003. On temporal variation and conflicting selection pressures: A test of theory using newts. Ecology 84: 1816-1826

 

11.    Rohr, J.R., Elskus, A.A., Shepherd, B.S., Crowley, P.H., McCarthy, T.M.*, Niedzwiecki, J.H.*, Sager, T.*, Sih, A., Palmer, B.D. 2003. The lethal and sublethal effects of atrazine, carbaryl, endosulfan, and octylphenol on the streamside salamander, Ambystoma barbouri. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 22: 2385-2392

 

10.    Sullivan, A.M.*, Madison, D.M., & Rohr, J.R. 2003. Behavioural responses by red-backed salamanders to conspecific and heterospecific cues. Behaviour 140: 553-564

 

9.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M. 2003. Dryness increases predation risk in efts: Support for an amphibian decline hypothesis. Oecologia 135: 657-664

 

2002

8.      Rohr, J.R. 2002. Temporal and spatial variation in newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) response to non-injured and injured conspecifics. Dissertation, Binghamton University

 

7.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M. 2002. Notophthamlus viridescens (Eastern Red-Spotted Newt) Predation. Herpetological Review 33: 122-123

 

6.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M., Sullivan, A.M.* 2002. The ontogeny of chemically-mediated antipredator behaviours in newts (Notophthalmus viridescens): Responses to injured and non-injured conspecifics. Behaviour 139: 1043-1060

 

5.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M., Sullivan, A.M.* 2002. Sex differences and seasonal trade-offs in response to injured and non-injured conspecifics in red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52: 385-393

 

4.      Madison, D.M., Sullivan, A.M.*, Maerz, J.C.*, McDarby, J.H., Rohr, J.R. 2002. A complex, cross-taxon, chemical releaser of anti-predator behavior in amphibians. Journal of Chemical Ecology 28: 2251-2262

 

2001 and before

3.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M. 2001. A chemically-mediated trade-off between predation risk and mate search in newts. Animal Behaviour 62: 863-869

 

2.      Rohr, J.R., Madison, D.M. 2001. Do newts avoid conspecific alarm substances: the predation hypothesis revisited. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (Ed. by Marchlewska-Koj, L. & Müller- Schwarze, D.), NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. 295-304

 

1.      Rohr, J.R. 1997. Who likes who: Helping students understand the scientific method. Engaging Educators Across the Disciplines 1997: 28-32