Charles R. Peterson
Charles R. Peterson
Professor of Zoology, Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University
E-mail confirmado em isu.edu
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Hot rocks and not‐so‐hot rocks: retreat‐site selection by garter snakes and its thermal consequences
RB Huey, CR Peterson, SJ Arnold, WP Porter
Ecology 70 (4), 931-944, 1989
4921989
Snake thermal ecology: the causes and consequences of body-temperature variation
CR Peterson
Snakes, ecology and behavior, 241-314, 1993
4011993
Landscape genetics of the blotched tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum melanostictum)
SF Spear, CR Peterson, MD Matocq, A Storfer
Molecular Ecology 14 (8), 2553-2564, 2005
3692005
The thermal dependence of locomotion, tongue flicking, digestion, and oxygen consumption in the wandering garter snake
RD Stevenson, CR Peterson, JS Tsuji
Physiological Zoology 58 (1), 46-57, 1985
3301985
Local and landscape effects of introduced trout on amphibians in historically fishless watersheds
DS Pilliod, CR Peterson
Ecosystems 4 (4), 322-333, 2001
1922001
Daily variation in the body temperatures of free‐ranging garter snakes
CR Peterson
Ecology 68 (1), 160-169, 1987
1721987
Seasonal migration of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) among complementary resources in a high mountain basin
DS Pilliod, CR Peterson, PI Ritson
Canadian Journal of Zoology 80 (11), 1849-1862, 2002
1572002
Sexual differences in the post-breeding movements and habitats selected by western toads (Bufo boreas) in southeastern Idaho
PE Bartelt, CR Peterson, RW Klaver
Herpetologica 60 (4), 455-467, 2004
1292004
The thermal biology of digestion in rubber boas (Charina bottae): physiology, behavior, and environmental constraints
ME Dorcas, CR Peterson, MET Flint
Physiological Zoology 70 (3), 292-300, 1997
1021997
Molecular evidence for historical and recent population size reductions of tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum) in Yellowstone National Park
SF Spear, CR Peterson, MD Matocq, A Storfer
Conservation Genetics 7 (4), 605-611, 2006
862006
A model for optimal reaction norms: the case of the pregnant garter snake and her temperature-sensitive embryos
SJ Arnold, CR Peterson
The American Naturalist 160 (3), 306-316, 2002
852002
Amphibians & Reptiles of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
ED Koch
University of Utah Press, 1995
691995
Daily body temperature variation in free-ranging rubber boas
ME Dorcas, CR Peterson
Herpetologica, 88-103, 1998
671998
Automated data acquisition
CR Peterson, ME Dorcas
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, 47-57, 1994
671994
A test for temperature effects on the ontogeny of shape in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis
SJ Arnold, CR Peterson
Physiological Zoology 62 (6), 1316-1333, 1989
571989
A literature review of the effects of roads on amphibians and reptiles and the measures used to minimize those effects
DM Jochimsen, CR Peterson, KM Andrews, JW Gibbons, E Drawer
Idaho Fish and Game Department, USDA Forest Service, 2004
552004
Distribution and pathogenicity of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in boreal toads from the Grand Teton area of western Wyoming
PJ Murphy, S St-Hilaire, S Bruer, PS Corn, CR Peterson
EcoHealth 6 (1), 109, 2009
502009
Status of amphibians on the Continental Divide: surveys on a transect from Montana to Colorado, USA
PS Corn, BR Hossack, E Muths, DA Patla, CR Peterson, AL Gallant
Alytes 22 (3/4), 85, 2005
502005
The use of automated data-acquisition techniques in monitoring amphibian and reptile populations
CR Peterson, ME Dorcas
Wildlife 2001: populations, 369-378, 1992
501992
Physically modeling operative temperatures and evaporation rates in amphibians
PE Bartelt, CR Peterson
Journal of Thermal Biology 30 (2), 93-102, 2005
492005
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