David M. Green
David M. Green
Redpath Museum, McGill University
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The amphibian tree of life
DR Frost, T Grant, J Faivovich, RH Bain, A Haas, CFB Haddad, RO De Sa, ...
Bulletin of the American Museum of natural History 2006 (297), 1-291, 2006
23552006
Dispersal and the metapopulation paradigm in amphibian ecology and conservation: are all amphibian populations metapopulations?
M Alex Smith, D M. Green
Ecography 28 (1), 110-128, 2005
7432005
Amphibian breeding and climate change
AR Blaustein, LK Belden, DH Olson, DM Green, TL Root, JM Kiesecker
Conservation Biology 15 (6), 1804-1809, 2001
2902001
The ecology of extinction: population fluctuation and decline in amphibians
DM Green
Biological conservation 111 (3), 331-343, 2003
2882003
Historical evidence of widespread chytrid infection in North American amphibian populations
M Ouellet, I Mikaelian, BD Pauli, J Rodrigue, DM Green
Conservation Biology 19 (5), 1431-1440, 2005
2802005
Adaptive management of an environmental watering event to enhance native fish spawning and recruitment
AJ King, KA Ward, P O’connor, D Green, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney
Freshwater Biology 55 (1), 17-31, 2010
1792010
Dispersal, habitat differences, and comparative phylogeography of Southeast Asian seahorses (Syngnathidae: Hippocampus)
SA Lourie, DM Green, ACJ Vincent
Molecular ecology 14 (4), 1073-1094, 2005
1732005
Muller's Ratchet and the evolution of supernumerary chromosomes
DM Green
Genome 33 (6), 818-824, 1990
1511990
Methods in comparative phylogeography, and their application to studying evolution in the North American aridlands
RM Zink
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (5), 953-959, 2002
1452002
Nomenclature for chromosomes
DM Green
Amphibian cytogenetics and evolution, 431-432, 1991
1441991
Postglacial range fluctuation, genetic subdivision and speciation in the western North American spotted frog complex, Rana pretiosa
DM Green, TF Sharbel, J Kearsley, H Kaiser
Evolution 50 (1), 374-390, 1996
1431996
Evolutionary changes of heterogametic sex in the phylogenetic history of amphibians
DM Hillis, DM Green
Journal of evolutionary Biology 3 (1‐2), 49-64, 1990
1411990
Designatable units for status assessment of endangered species
DM Green
Conservation Biology 19 (6), 1813-1820, 2005
1352005
Validation tests of an amphibian call count survey technique in Ontario, Canada
LJ Shirose, CA Bishop, DM Green, CJ MacDonald, RJ Brooks, NJ Helferty
Herpetologica, 312-320, 1997
1181997
Cytogenetics of the endemic New Zealand frog, Leiopelma hochstetteri: extraordinary supernumerary chromosome variation and a unique sex-chromosome system
DM Green
Chromosoma 97 (1), 55-70, 1988
1001988
Sex, isolation and fidelity: unbiased long‐distance dispersal in a terrestrial amphibian
MA Smith, DM Green
Ecography 29 (5), 649-658, 2006
982006
Sex-determining mechanisms and sex chromosomes in Amphibia
M Schmid, I Nanda, C Steinlein, K Kausch, JT Epplen, T Haaf
Amphibian cytogenetics and evolution, 393-430, 1991
941991
Skeletochronology and geographic variation in age structure in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica
ES Sagor, M Ouellet, E Barten, DM Green
Journal of Herpetology, 469-474, 1998
901998
Quantitative evidence for the effects of multiple drivers on continental-scale amphibian declines
EHC Grant, DAW Miller, BR Schmidt, MJ Adams, SM Amburgey, ...
Scientific reports 6, 25625, 2016
892016
Do landscape processes predict phylogeographic patterns in the wood frog?
JA LEE‐YAW, A Davidson, BH McRae, DM Green
Molecular Ecology 18 (9), 1863-1874, 2009
862009
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