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Peer-Reviewed Publications

McCarty, J. P., L. L. Wolfenbarger, and J. A. Wilson. In press. Biological Impacts of Climate Change. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester http://www.els.net/ [doi:10.1002/9780470015902.a0020480].

Wilson, J. A., and J. L. Parsons. 2009. Protein nutrition of southern plains small mammals: immune response to changes in maternal and offspring dietary protein. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82:170-180.

Wilson, J. A., D. A. Kelt, D. H. VanVuren, and M. Johnson. 2008. Population dynamics of small mammals inhabiting four forest types in the northern Sierra Nevada. Southwestern Naturalist 53:346-356.

Kelt, D. A., J. A. Wilson, E. S. Kono, J. D. Braswell, and D. Deutschman. 2008. Differential responses of two species of kangaroo rat (Dipodomys) to heavy rains: a humbling reappraisal. Journal of Mammalogy 89:252-254.

Wilson, J. A., D. A. Kelt, and D. H. VanVuren. 2008. Home range and activity of northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) in the Sierra Nevada. Southwestern Naturalist 53:21-28

Innes, R. J., D. H. Van Vuren, D. A. Kelt, M. L. Johnson, J. A. Wilson, and P. A. Stine. 2007. Habitat associations by dusky-footed woodrats (Neotoma fuscipes) in managed mixed-conifer forests of the northern Sierra Nevada. Journal of Mammalogy 88:1523-1531

Copetto, S., D. A. Kelt, D. H. VanVuren, J. A. Wilson, and S. Bigelow. 2006. Habitat associations of small mammals at two spatial scales in the northern Sierra Nevada. Journal of Mammalogy 87:402-413.

Wilson, J. A., R. L. Lochmiller, and D. M. Janz. 2006. Population dynamics of cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) inhabiting abandoned petroleum landfarms in Oklahoma, USA. Ecotoxicology 15:19-30.

Kelt, D. A., J. A. Wilson, and E. S. Konno. 2005. Differential response of two kangaroo rat species (Dipodomys) to the 1997/98 El Niño Southern Oscillation Event. Journal of Mammalogy 86:265-274.

Kelt, D. A., E. S. Konno, and J. A. Wilson. 2005. Habitat management for the endangered Stephen’s kangaroo rat: the effect of mowing and grazing. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:424-429.

Wilson, J. A., R. L. Lochmiller, and D. M. Janz. 2004. Dynamics of rodent assemblages inhabiting abandoned petrochemical landfarms in Oklahoma. Ecological Applications 14:1016-1027.

Schroder, J.L., N.T. Basta, M. Payton, J.A. Wilson, R.I. Carlson, D.M. Janz and R.L. Lochmiller. 2003. Ecotoxicological risks associated with land treatment of petrochemical wastes: I. Residual soil contamination and bioaccumulation by cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus). Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 66:1-21.

Carlson, R.I., J.A. Wilson, J.L. Schroder, N.T. Basta, R.L. Lochmiller, and D.M. Janz. 2003. Ecotoxicological risks associated with land treatment of petrochemical wastes: II. Effects on hepatic Phase I and Phase II detoxification enzymes in cotton rats. Journal Toxicology and Environmental Health 66:23-29.

Wilson, J.A., R.I. Carlson, J.L. Schroder, N.T. Basta, D.M. Janz and R.L. Lochmiller. 2003. Ecotoxicological risks associated with land treatment of petrochemical wastes: III. Immune function and hematology of cotton rats. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health 66:41-59.

Wilson, J. A., and R. L. Lochmiller. 2002. Seasonal reproduction in Sigmodon hispidus inhabiting tallgrass prairies of central Oklahoma. Prairie Naturalist 33:1-6.

Wilson. J. A. 2001. Pseudoscientific beliefs among college students. Reports of the National Center for Science Education 21:9-13.

Miller, O. D.; J. A. Wilson; S. S. Ditchkoff; and R. L. Lochmiller. 2000. Consumption of agricultural and natural foods by migrating waterfowl through central Oklahoma. Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 80:1-7.

Wilson, J. A.; and B. Thomas. 1999. Diet and seed dispersal efficiency of the gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) in chaparral. Southern California academy of Sciences 98:119-126.

Book Chapters

Hansen, D.L., S. Vigallon, J. Wilson, M.A. Steele, R. Innes, L. Hamilton,S. Krause, G. Brown, M. Huizing, B. Woodbridge, and M. Varner. In prep. Goshawk foraging areas In B. Woodbridge, D.L. Hansen, and J.R. Dunk (tech. coords.), The Northern Goshawk in California: A Technical Assessment of Its Current Status and Ecology. Pacific Southwest Region, USDA Forest Service.

Lochmiller, R. L.; D. P. Rafferty; K. McBee; N. T. Basta; and J. A. Wilson. 2000. Distribution of rodent assemblages in disturbed tall-grass prairie ecosystems contaminated with petroleum wastes. In: Environmental contamination in terrestrial vertebrates: effects on populations, communities, and ecosystems. P. Albers and B. Rattner eds. SETAC Special Publication, SETAC Press, Washington, DC.

Wilson, J. A. 1996. Marine mammals? Cute, but with a price. Northwest Regional Environmental Handbook. Saunders College Publishing pp. 85-86.