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Author = Gratwicke, B
Limited to:National Zoological Park
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Küng, Denise, Bigler, Laurent, Davis, Leyla R., Gratwicke, Brian, Griffith, Edgardo and Woodhams, Douglas C. 2014. Stability of Microbiota Facilitated by Host Immune Regulation: Informing Probiotic Strategies to Manage Amphibian Disease. Plos One, 9(1): 1-11. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0087101

Dutton, Adam J., Gratwicke, Brian, Hepburn, Cameron, Herrera, Emilio A. and Macdonald, David W. 2013. Tackling unsustainable wildlife trade. In: Macdonald, David W. and Willis, Katherine J., Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2. John Wiley & Sons, pp.74-91.

Terrell, Kimberly A., Quintero, Richard P., Murray, Suzan, Kleopfer, John D., Murphy, James B., Evans, Matthew J., Nissen, Bradley D. and Gratwicke, Brian. 2013. Cryptic impacts of temperature variability on amphibian immune function. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 216: 4204-4211. doi:10.1242/jeb.089896

Becker, Matthew H., Harris, Reid N., Minbiole, Kevin P. C., Schwantes, Christian R., Rollins-Smith, Louise, Reinert, Laura K., Brucker, Robert M., Domangue, Rickie J. and Gratwicke, Brian. 2012. Towards a Better Understanding of the Use of Probiotics for Preventing Chytridiomycosis in Panamanian Golden Frogs. EcoHealth, 8(4): 501-506. doi:10.1007/s10393-012-0743-0

Evans, Matthew J., Gratwicke, Brian and Murphy, James B. 2012. New Panama Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Exhibit at Smithsonian National Zoological Park. Herpetological Review, 43(2): 208-209.

Gratwicke, Brian, Lovejoy, Thomas E. and Wildt, David E. 2012. Will Amphibians Croak under the Endangered Species Act? Bioscience, 62(2): 197-202. doi:10.1525/bio.2012.62.2.13

Gratwicke, Brian, Evans, M., Campbell Grant, E. H., Greathouse, J., McShea, William J., Rotzel, N. and Fleischer, Robert C. 2011. Low prevalence Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis detected in Appalachian salamanders from Warren County, Virginia, USA. Herpetological Review, 42(2): 217-219.

Gratwicke, Brian, Evans, Matthew J., Jenkins, Peter T., Kusrini, Mirza D., Moore, Robin D., Sevin, Jennifer and Wildt, David E. 2010. Is the international frog legs trade a potential vector for deadly amphibian pathogens? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(8): 438-442. doi:10.1890/090111

Gratwicke, Brian, Shrestha, M. and Seidensticker, John. 2010. Save The Tiger Fund's grant making strategy for recovering wild tiger populations. In: Tilson, Ronald L. and Nyhus, Philip J., Tigers of the world: the science, politics, and conservation of Panthera tigris. New York: Elsevier/Academic Press, pp.189-199.

Seidensticker, John, Gratwicke, Brian and Shrestha, M. 2010. How many wild tigers are there? An estimate for 2008. In: Tilson, Ronald L. and Nyhus, Philip J., Tigers of the world: the science, politics, and conservation of Panthera tigris. New York: Elsevier/Academic Press, pp.295-299.

Gratwicke, Brian. 2008. Proceedings of the Appalachian Salamander Conservation Workshop Apple Valley, MN: IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group.

Gratwicke, Brian, Bennett, E., Broad, S., Christie, S., Dutton, A., Gabriel, G., Kirkpatrick, C. and Nowell, K. 2008. The world can't have wild tigers and eat them too. Conservation Biology, 22(1): 222-223. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2007.00802.x

Gratwicke, Brian, Mills, J., Dutton, A., Gabriel, G., Long, B., Seidensticker, John, Wright, B., Wang, You and Zhang, Li. 2008. Attitudes toward consumption and conservation of tigers. PLOS One, 3(7): E2544 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002544

Gratwicke, Brian, Seidensticker, John, Shrestha, M., Vermilye, K. and Birnbaum, M. 2007. Evaluating the performance of a decade of Save The Tiger Fund's investments to save the world's last wild tigers. Environmental Conservation, 34(3): 255-265. doi:10.1017/S0376892907004079

Gratwicke, Brian, Seidensticker, John, Shrestha, M., Vermilye, K. and Birnbaum, M. 2006. Staving Off Extinction: A Decade of Investment to Save the World's Last Wild Tigers (1995-2004) Washington, DC: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

Williams, R. M., Seidensticker, John, Gratwicke, Brian, Birnbaum, M., Courrau, J., Mapesa, M. and Schaedla, W. 2005. Review of Tiger Reserve Assessment Reports for the Ministry of Environment and Forests, India Bangkok: IUCN: World Conservation Union.

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