Garrigan, E.E., T.A. Young, and B.E. Hagerty. The cost of the outdoor cat and dog: rehabilitation of wildlife in southern Pennsylvania. National Wildlife Rehabilitator Association Journal. (in press)
Hanson, K.M. and B.E. Hagerty. 2016. The influence of shifted spectral sensitivities on predator detection ability of Lake Malawi African cichlids. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences 90: 37- 43.
Averill-Murray, R.C. and B.E. Hagerty. 2014. Translocation relative to spatial genetic structure of the Mojave desert tortoise, Gopherus agassizii. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 13: 35-41.
Sandmeier, F.C., C.R. Tracy, B.E. Hagerty, S. DuPré, H. Mohammadpour, and K. Hunter. 2013. Mycoplasmal upper respiratory tract disease across the range of the threatened Mojave desert tortoise: associations with thermal regime and natural antibodies. Ecohealth 10: 63-71.
Hagerty, B.E., K.E. Nussear, T.C. Esque, and C.R. Tracy. 2011. Making molehills out of mountains: a landscape genetic approach to connectivity for desert tortoises. Landscape Ecology 26: 267-280.
Hagerty, B.E. 2017. Reptiles and Amphibians in Local Parks, a Research Update. Address to the York County Parks System. April 5, 2017.
Hagerty, B.E. 2013. A tale of two desert reptiles: contrasting stories of gene flow and dispersal in the desert tortoise and chuckwalla. Shippensburg University. February 7, 2013
Hagerty, B.E., C. R. Tracy, C. R. Tracy, S.J. Snyder, S. R. Wakeling, F.C. Sandmeier, and N. Maloney. 2012. Dissecting the genetic structure of the chuckwalla (Sauromalus ater) at two spatial scales. Seventh World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
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