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The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M Böhm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
8702013
Tail injuries increase the risk of mortality in free-living lizards (Uta stansburiana)
BS Wilson
Oecologia 92 (1), 145-152, 1992
1001992
Latitudinal variation in activity season mortality rates of the lizard Uta stansburiana
BS Wilson
Ecological Monographs 61 (4), 393-414, 1991
871991
Plant Species Discrimination in a Tropical Wetland Using In Situ Hyperspectral Data
K Prospere, K McLaren, B Wilson
Remote sensing 6 (9), 8494-8523, 2014
852014
Correlation between female reproductive condition and plasma corticosterone in the lizard Uta stansburiana
BS Wilson, JC Wingfield
Copeia, 691-697, 1992
841992
Assessing deforestation and fragmentation in a tropical moist forest over 68 years; the impact of roads and legal protection in the Cockpit Country, Jamaica
ME Newman, KP McLaren, BS Wilson
Forest Ecology and Management 315, 138-152, 2014
792014
Long-term socio-economic and spatial pattern drivers of land cover change in a Caribbean tropical moist forest, the Cockpit Country, Jamaica
ME Newman, KP McLaren, BS Wilson
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 186, 185-200, 2014
712014
Seasonal and interpopulational variation in plasma levels of corticosterone in the side-blotched lizard (Uta stansburiana)
BS Wilson, JC Wingfield
Physiological Zoology 67 (4), 1025-1049, 1994
661994
Genetic introgression and hybridization in Antillean freshwater turtles (Trachemys) revealed by coalescent analyses of mitochondrial and cloned nuclear markers
JF Parham, TJ Papenfuss, PP Van Dijk, BS Wilson, C Marte, LR Schettino, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 67 (1), 176-187, 2013
552013
Conservation implications of small Indian mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus) predation in a hotspot within a hotspot: the Hellshire Hills, Jamaica
DS Lewis, R van Veen, BS Wilson
Biological Invasions 13 (1), 25-33, 2011
412011
Comparing the effects of classification techniques on landscape-level assessments: pixel-based versus object-based classification
ME Newman, KP McLaren, BS Wilson
International Journal of Remote Sensing 32 (14), 4055-4073, 2011
352011
Alien invasions and livelihoods: Economic benefits of invasive Australian Red Claw crayfish in Jamaica
T Pienkowski, S Williams, K McLaren, B Wilson, N Hockley
Ecological Economics 112, 68-77, 2015
312015
Latitudinal variation in rates of overwinter mortality in the lizard Uta stansburiana
BS Wilson, DE Cooke
Ecology 85 (12), 3406-3417, 2004
312004
Survival and reproduction of repatriated Jamaican iguanas
BS Wilson, AC Alberts, KS Graham, RD Hudson, RK Bjorkland, DS Lewis, ...
Iguanas: biology and conservation, 220-231, 2004
312004
Dehydration reduces the endurance running capacity of the lizard Uta stansburiana
BS Wilson, BS Wilson, PJ Havel
Copeia 1989 (4), 1052-1056, 1989
231989
Continuous spermatogenesis and the germ cell development strategy within the testis of the Jamaican Gray Anole, Anolis lineatopus
KM Gribbins, JL Rheubert, EH Poldemann, MH Collier, B Wilson, K Wolf
Theriogenology 72 (4), 484-492, 2009
222009
Cane toads a threat to West Indian wildlife: mortality of Jamaican boas attributable to toad ingestion
BS Wilson, SE Koenig, R van Veen, E Miersma, D Craig Rudolph
Biological Invasions 13 (1), 55-60, 2011
212011
Introduction. Conservation Of Insular Herpetofaunas In The West Indies
BS Wilson, JA Horrocks, A Hailey
Conservation of Caribbean Island Herpetofaunas Volume 1: Conservation …, 2011
202011
Conservation of Jamaican amphibians and reptiles
BS Wilson
Conservation of Caribbean Island Herpetofaunas Volume 2: Regional Accounts …, 2011
182011
Use of object-oriented classification and fragmentation analysis (1985–2008) to identify important areas for conservation in Cockpit Country, Jamaica
ME Newman, KP McLaren, BS Wilson
Environmental monitoring and assessment 172 (1), 391-406, 2011
182011
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