Thomas C. Smith
TitleCited byYear
Optimal temperature for malaria transmission is dramatically lower than previously predicted
EA Mordecai, KP Paaijmans, LR Johnson, C Balzer, T Ben‐Horin, ...
Ecology letters 16 (1), 22-30, 2013
2962013
Host population persistence in the face of introduced vector-borne diseases: Hawaii amakihi and avian malaria
BL Woodworth, CT Atkinson, DA LaPointe, PJ Hart, CS Spiegel, ...
PNAS 105 (5), 1531 - 1536, 2005
1952005
Nowhere to hide: impact of a temperature-sensitive amphibian pathogen along an elevation gradient in the temperate zone
JRM RA Knapp, CJ Briggs, TC Smith
Ecosphere 2 (8), art93, 2011
51*2011
Detection of a malaria parasite (Plasmodium mexicanum) in ectoparasites (mites and ticks), and possible significance for transmission
JJ Schall, TC Smith
Journal of Parasitology 92 (2), 413-415, 2006
222006
Declines and extinctions of mountain yellow‐legged frogs have small effects on benthic macroinvertebrate communities
TC Smith, RA Knapp, CJ Briggs
Ecosphere 7 (6), e01327, 2016
22016
Ranaviruses Infect Mountain Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana muscosa and Rana sierrae) Threatened by Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
TC Smith, AM Picco, R Knapp
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 12, 149-159, 2007
12007
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