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Brittany A. Mosher, Ph.D.
Brittany A. Mosher, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
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Effect of amphibian chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) on apparent survival of frogs and toads in the western USA
RE Russell, BJ Halstead, BA Mosher, E Muths, MJ Adams, EHC Grant, ...
Biological Conservation 236, 296-304, 2019
462019
Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal) not detected in an intensive survey of wild North American amphibians
JH Waddle, DA Grear, BA Mosher, EHC Grant, MJ Adams, AR Backlin, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 13012, 2020
452020
Identifying species conservation strategies to reduce disease‐associated declines
BD Gerber, SJ Converse, E Muths, HJ Crockett, BA Mosher, LL Bailey
Conservation Letters 11 (2), e12393, 2018
452018
Moving from decision to action in conservation science
AD Wright, RF Bernard, BA Mosher, KM O'Donnell, T Braunagel, ...
Biological Conservation 249, 108698, 2020
332020
Assessment of Chronic Wasting Disease Prion Shedding in Deer Saliva with Occupancy Modeling
KA Davenport, BA Mosher, BM Brost, DM Henderson, ND Denkers, ...
Journal of clinical microbiology 56 (1), e01243-17, 2018
312018
Host–pathogen metapopulation dynamics suggest high elevation refugia for boreal toads
BA Mosher, LL Bailey, E Muths, KP Huyvaert
Ecological applications 28 (4), 926-937, 2018
282018
A model to inform management actions as a response to chytridiomycosis-associated decline
SJ Converse, LL Bailey, BA Mosher, WC Funk, BD Gerber, E Muths
EcoHealth 14, 144-155, 2017
252017
Effects of snowpack, temperature, and disease on demography in a wild population of amphibians
E Muths, BR Hossack, EH Campbell Grant, DS Pilliod, BA Mosher
Herpetologica 76 (2), 132-143, 2020
222020
Beyond the swab: ecosystem sampling to understand the persistence of an amphibian pathogen
BA Mosher, KP Huyvaert, LL Bailey
Oecologia 188, 319-330, 2018
212018
Design‐and model‐based recommendations for detecting and quantifying an amphibian pathogen in environmental samples
BA Mosher, KP Huyvaert, T Chestnut, JL Kerby, JD Madison, LL Bailey
Ecology and evolution 7 (24), 10952-10962, 2017
212017
Successful molecular detection studies require clear communication among diverse research partners
BA Mosher, RF Bernard, JM Lorch, DAW Miller, KLD Richgels, CLA White, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (1), 43-51, 2020
182020
Estimating occurrence, prevalence, and detection of amphibian pathogens: insights from occupancy models
BA Mosher, AB Brand, ANM Wiewel, DAW Miller, MJ Gray, DL Miller, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 55 (3), 563-575, 2019
152019
Inferential biases linked to unobservable states in complex occupancy models
BA Mosher, LL Bailey, BA Hubbard, KP Huyvaert
Ecography 41 (1), 32-39, 2018
152018
Evaluation of regulatory action and surveillance as preventive risk-mitigation to an emerging global amphibian pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal)
DA Grear, BA Mosher, KLD Richgels, EHC Grant
Biological Conservation 260, 109222, 2021
132021
A model‐based solution for observational errors in laboratory studies
BM Brost, BA Mosher, KA Davenport
Molecular ecology resources 18 (3), 580-589, 2018
112018
Avian community response to a mountain pine beetle epidemic
BA Mosher
Montana State University-Bozeman, College of Letters & Science, 2011
112011
Occupancy models–single-species
BD Gerber, B Mosher, D Martin, L Bailey, T Chambert
10*2018
Forest birds exhibit variable changes in occurrence during a mountain pine beetle epidemic
BA Mosher, VA Saab, MD Lerch, MM Ellis, JJ Rotella
Ecosphere 10 (12), e02935, 2019
42019
Priority research needs to inform amphibian conservation in the Anthropocene
EH Campbell Grant, SM Amburgey, B Gratwicke, V Acosta‐Chaves, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 5 (9), e12988, 2023
22023
Inferring pathogen presence when sample misclassification and partial observation occur
EH Campbell Grant, RO Mummah, BA Mosher, J Evans, GV DiRenzo
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2023
12023
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