(* Indicates undergraduate student mentee, **indicates graduate student mentee)
California tiger salamander science advisory committee. (2017) White paper on hybridization and recovery. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Searcy, C. A. and H. B. Shaffer. (2016) Do ecological niche models accurately identify climatic determinants of species ranges? The American Naturalist 187:423-435.
Searcy, C. A., H. B. Rollins, and H. B. Shaffer. (2016) Ecological equivalency as a tool for endangered species management. Ecological Applications 26:94-103.
Searcy, C. A., H. Snaas*, and H. B. Shaffer. (2015) Determinants of size at metamorphosis in an endangered amphibian and their projected effects on population stability. Oikos 124:724-731.
Searcy, C. A. and H. B. Shaffer. (2014) Field validation supports novel niche modeling strategies in a cryptic endangered amphibian. Ecography 37:983-992.
Searcy, C. A., L. N. Gray*, P. C. Trenham, and H. B. Shaffer. (2014) Delayed life history effects, multi-level selection, and evolutionary tradeoffs in the California tiger salamander. Ecology 95:68-77.
Polich, R. L.*, C. A. Searcy, and H. B. Shaffer. (2013) Evaluating the effects of tail-clipping on larval survivorship and growth. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:1420-1425.
Searcy, C. A., E. Gabbai-Saldate*, and H. B. Shaffer. (2013) Microhabitat use and migration distance of an endangered grassland amphibian. Biological Conservation 158:80-87.
Searcy, C. A. and H. B. Shaffer. (2011) Determining the migration distance of a vagile vernal pool specialist: how much land is required for conservation of California tiger salamanders? Pages 73-87 in D. G. Alexander and R. A. Schlising (Editors), Research and Recovery in Vernal Pool Landscapes. Studies from the Herbarium, California State University, Chico, CA.
Sellheim, K. L. and C. A. Searcy. (2010) Conserving biodiversity in the endangered species assemblage of California vernal pools. Final Report, California Dept. of Fish and Game. 143 pages.
Searcy, C. A. and H. B. Shaffer. (2008) Calculating biologically accurate mitigation credits: insights from the California tiger salamander. Conservation Biology 22: 997-1005.
Completed and In Prep Manuscripts:
A. Searcy, J. S. M. Ersan*, and H. B. Shaffer. (Complete) Is aggressive behavior an important component of biological invasion in a tiger salamander hybrid swarm?
Searcy, C. A., B. Gilbert, M. Krkosek, L. Rowe, and S. J. McCauley. (Complete) Positive correlation between dispersal and body size in green frogs (Rana clamitans) naturally colonizing an experimental landscape.
Searcy, C. A., A. Clause*, L. N. Gray*, M. Krkošek, H. B. Rollins*, P. C. Trenham, and H. B. Shaffer. (Complete) Sources of resiliency and stability in California tiger salamander populations and their implications for habitat management: lessons from the first amphibian integral projection model.
Mothes, C. C.**, J. T. Stroud, Clements, S. L.**, and C. A. Searcy. (Complete) Evaluating Maxent’s ability to accurately predict biotic invasions using South Florida’s exotic lizard community.
Clements, S. L.** and C. A. Searcy. (Complete) Non-native species dominate herpetofaunal community composition in both native and non-native habitat patches in Miami-Dade County.
Leite, L. M. S. N.*, S. K. French, C. A. Searcy, and S. J. McCauley. (Complete) Effects of forested landscape elements on the arrival of dragonflies at pond habitats.