David Pike
David Pike
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Estimating survival rates of uncatchable animals: the myth of high juvenile mortality in reptiles
DA Pike, L Pizzatto, BA Pike, R Shine
Ecology 89 (3), 607-611, 2008
Earlier nesting contributes to shorter nesting seasons for the loggerhead seaturtle, Caretta caretta
DA Pike, RL Antworth, JC Stiner
Journal of Herpetology 40 (1), 91-94, 2006
Thermal tolerances of sea turtle embryos: current understanding and future directions
R Howard, I Bell, DA Pike
Endangered Species Research 26, 75-86, 2014
Variation in thermal performance of a widespread pathogen, the amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
LA Stevenson, RA Alford, SC Bell, EA Roznik, L Berger, DA Pike
PloS One 8 (9), e73830, 2013
Hit and run: effects of scavenging on estimates of roadkilled vertebrates
RL Antworth, DA Pike, EE Stevens
Southeastern Naturalist 4 (4), 647-656, 2005
Climate influences the global distribution of sea turtle nesting
DA Pike
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (5), 555-566, 2013
Sea turtle species vary in their susceptibility to tropical cyclones
DA Pike, JC Stiner
Oecologia 153 (2), 471-478, 2007
Removing forest canopy cover restores a reptile assemblage
DA Pike, JK Webb, R Shine
Ecological Applications 21 (1), 274-280, 2011
Forecasting the viability of sea turtle eggs in a warming world
DA Pike
Global Change Biology 20 (1), 7-15, 2014
Nesting ecology, current status, and conservation of sea turtles on an uninhabited beach in Florida, USA
RL Antworth, DA Pike, JC Stiner
Biological Conservation 130 (1), 10-15, 2006
Burrow‐dwelling ecosystem engineers provide thermal refugia throughout the landscape
DA Pike, JC Mitchell
Animal Conservation 16 (6), 694-703, 2013
Predicting the impact of climate change on Australia’s most endangered snake, Hoplocephalus bungaroides
TD Penman, DA Pike, JK Webb, R Shine
Diversity and Distributions 16 (1), 109-118, 2010
Climate change and nesting behaviour in vertebrates: a review of the ecological threats and potential for adaptive responses
MC Mainwaring, I Barber, DC Deeming, DA Pike, EA Roznik, IR Hartley
Biological Reviews, 2016
Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change
MMPB Fuentes, DA Pike, A Dimatteo, BP Wallace
Global Change Biology 19 (5), 1399-1406, 2013
Nest inundation from sea-level rise threatens sea turtle population viability
DA Pike, EA Roznik, I Bell
Royal Society Open Science 2 (7), 150127, 2015
Using artificial rocks to restore nonrenewable shelter sites in human‐degraded systems: colonization by fauna
BM Croak, DA Pike, JK Webb, R Shine
Restoration Ecology 18 (4), 428-438, 2010
Subtle–but easily reversible–anthropogenic disturbance seriously degrades habitat quality for rock‐dwelling reptiles
DA Pike, BM Croak, JK Webb, R Shine
Animal Conservation 13 (4), 411-418, 2010
Offspring sex in a lizard depends on egg size
RS Radder, DA Pike, AE Quinn, R Shine
Current Biology 19 (13), 1102-1105, 2009
Movement patterns, habitat use, and growth of hatchling tortoises, Gopherus polyphemus
DA Pike
Copeia 2006 (1), 68-76, 2006
Three-dimensional crevice structure affects retreat site selection by reptiles
BM Croak, DA Pike, JK Webb, R Shine
Animal Behaviour 76 (6), 1875-1884, 2008
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