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John Maerz
John Maerz
Carey Distinguished Professor of Natural Resources and Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor
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The use of leukocyte profiles to measure stress in vertebrates: a review for ecologists
AK Davis, DL Maney, JC Maerz
Functional ecology 22 (5), 760-772, 2008
17792008
Projected loss of a salamander diversity hotspot as a consequence of projected global climate change
JR Milanovich, WE Peterman, NP Nibbelink, JC Maerz
PloS one 5 (8), e12189, 2010
2502010
Earthworm invasion as the driving force behind plant invasion and community change in northeastern North American forests
VA Nuzzo, JC Maerz, B Blossey
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 966-974, 2009
2332009
Loss of migratory behaviour increases infection risk for a butterfly host
DA Satterfield, JC Maerz, S Altizer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1801), 20141734, 2015
1852015
Green frogs show reduced foraging success in habitats invaded by Japanese knotweed
JC Maerz, B Blossey, V Nuzzo
Biodiversity & Conservation 14, 2901-2911, 2005
1632005
The influence of invasive earthworms on indigenous fauna in ecosystems previously uninhabited by earthworms
S Migge-Kleian, MA McLean, JC Maerz, L Heneghan
Biological Invasions 8, 1275-1285, 2006
1522006
The unseen invaders: introduced earthworms as drivers of change in plant communities in North American forests (a meta‐analysis)
D Craven, MP Thakur, EK Cameron, LE Frelich, R Beauséjour, RB Blair, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (3), 1065-1074, 2017
1462017
Declines in woodland salamander abundance associated with non‐native earthworm and plant invasions
JC Maerz, VA Nuzzo, B Blossey
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 975-981, 2009
1452009
Can secondary compounds of an invasive plant affect larval amphibians?
JC Maerz, CJ Brown, CT Chapin, B Blossey
Functional Ecology 19 (6), 970-975, 2005
1312005
Introduced invertebrates are important prey for a generalist predator
JC Maerz, JM Karuzas, DM Madison, B Blossey
Diversity and Distributions 11 (1), 83-90, 2005
1212005
Invasive plant and experimental venue affect tadpole performance
CJ Brown, B Blossey, JC Maerz, SJ Joule
Biological Invasions 8, 327-338, 2006
1112006
Grass invasion of a hardwood forest is associated with declines in belowground carbon pools
MS Strickland, JL Devore, JC Maerz, MA Bradford
Global Change Biology 16 (4), 1338-1350, 2010
1062010
Earthworm effects on the incorporation of litter C and N into soil organic matter in a sugar maple forest
TJ Fahey, JB Yavitt, RE Sherman, JC Maerz, PM Groffman, MC Fisk, ...
Ecological Applications 23 (5), 1185-1201, 2013
1052013
Earthworms increase soil microbial biomass carrying capacity and nitrogen retention in northern hardwood forests
PM Groffman, TJ Fahey, MC Fisk, JB Yavitt, RE Sherman, PJ Bohlen, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 87, 51-58, 2015
992015
Low‐to‐moderate nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations accelerate microbially driven litter breakdown rates
JS Kominoski, AD Rosemond, JP Benstead, V Gulis, JC Maerz, ...
Ecological Applications 25 (3), 856-865, 2015
842015
Traits, not origin, explain impacts of plants on larval amphibians
JS Cohen, JC Maerz, B Blossey
Ecological Applications 22 (1), 218-228, 2012
842012
Optimization of predator avoidance by salamanders using chemical cues: diet and diel effects
DM Madison, JC Maerz, JH McDarby
Ethology 105 (12), 1073-1086, 1999
841999
Side‐swiped: ecological cascades emanating from earthworm invasions
LE Frelich, B Blossey, EK Cameron, A Dávalos, N Eisenhauer, T Fahey, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (9), 502-510, 2019
832019
Effects of predator chemical cues and behavioral biorhythms on foraging, activity of terrestrial salamanders
JC Maerz, NL Panebianco, DM Madison
Journal of chemical ecology 27, 1333-1344, 2001
832001
Comparison of hematological stress indicators in recently captured and captive paedomorphic mole salamanders, Ambystoma talpoideum
AK Davis, JC Maerz
Copeia 2008 (3), 613-617, 2008
782008
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