Erin Muths - USGS (FORT)

Title: Research Zoologist

FORT Affiliation: Aquatic Systems

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 3118

Phone: 970-226-9474





Year Title Type
2013 Trends in amphibian occupancy in the United States Journal Article
2012 The genetic structure of a relict population of Wood Frogs Journal Article
2012 Blackrock: biological hotspot and hotbed of collaboration [Science Feature] Science Feature
2012 The importance of local and landscape-scale processes to the occupancy of wetlands by pond-breeding amphibians Journal Article
2012 The U.S. Geological Survey Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative—2011 annual update Fact Sheet
2012 The state of amphibians in the United States Fact Sheet
2011 Breeding chorus intensity is weakly related to estimated abundance of Boreal Chorus Frogs Journal Article
2011 Portrait of a Small Population of Boreal Toads (Anaxyrus boreas) Journal Article
2011 The “Peer” in “Peer Review” Journal Article
2011 Compensatory effects of recruitment and survival when amphibian populations are perturbed by disease Journal Article
2011 Long-Term Observations of Boreal Toads at an ARMI Apex Site Proceedings, Pages in
2010 Amphibian declines: promising directions in understanding the role of disease Journal Article
2010 The World Congress of herpetology and animal conservation: excerpts from the 6th World Congress Journal Article
2010 Effects of amphibian chytrid fungus on individual survival probability in wild boreal toads Journal Article
2010 Unbiased survival estimates and evidence for skipped breeding opportunities in females Journal Article
2009 How relevant is opportunistic Bd sampling: Are we ready for the big picture? Journal Article
2009 Distribution limits of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis a case study in the Rocky Mountains, USA Journal Article
2008 Monitoring programs to assess reintroduction efforts: A critical component in recovery Journal Article
2008 Distribution and environmental limitations of an amphibian pathogen in the Rocky Mountains, USA Journal Article
2008 Effects of weather on survival in populations of Boreal Toads in Colorado Journal Article
2008 Native Boreal Toads Released Into Rocky Mountain National Park Web Site/Page
2008 Bent’s Old Fort: Amphibians and reptiles USGS Series
2007 Boreal toads and the ecosystem Popular Article
2007 Blue Jays nest in an unusual structure Journal Article
2006 Estimation of temporary emigration in male toads Journal Article
2006 The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI): 5-year report Scientific Investigations Report
2005 An evaluation of weather and disease as causes of decline in two populations of boreal toads Journal Article
2005 The wood frog (Rana sylvatica): a technical conservation assessment Series
2005 Bufo boreas Baird and Girard, 1852(b): western toad Book, Pages in
2005 Health evaluation of amphibians in and near Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado, USA) Journal Article
2005 Status of amphibians on the Continental Divide: surveys on a transect from Montana to Colorado, USA Journal Article
2005 Factors limiting the recovery of boreal toads (Bufo b. boreas) Book, Pages in
2005 Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI): a successful start to a national program in the United States Journal Article
2005 The United States Geological Survey's Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative Journal Article
2004 Variable breeding phenology affects the exposure of amphibian embryos to ultraviolet radiation: reply Journal Article
2004 Sensitivity to acidification of subalpine ponds and lakes in north-western Colorado Journal Article
2003 Pseudacris triseriata (Western Chorus Frog) and Rana sylvatica (Wood Frog). Chytridiomycosis Journal Article
2003 A radio transmitter belt for small ranid frogs Journal Article
2003 Home range and movements of boreal toads in undisturbed habitats Journal Article
2003 Hatching success in salamanders and chorus frogs at two sites in Colorado, USA: effects of acidic deposition and climate Journal Article
2003 Home range and movements of boreal toads in undisturbed habitat Journal Article
2003 Evidence for disease-related amphibian decline in Colorado Journal Article
2002 Variable breeding phenology affects the exposure of amphibian embryos to ultraviolet radiation Journal Article
2001 Secretion of whey acidic protein and cystatin is down regulated at mid-lactation in the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) Journal Article
2001 Toward assessing the effects of bank stabilization activities on wildlife communities of the upper Yellowstone River, U.S.A Open-file Report
2001 Experimental repatriation of boreal toad <i>(Bufo boreas)</i> eggs, metamorphs, and adults in Rocky Mountain National Park Journal Article
2001 The interplay of habitat change, human disturbance and species interactions in a waterbird colony Journal Article
2000 American burying beetle Book, Pages in
2000 Boreal toads: peering at a unique facet of RMNP micro-fauna Journal Article
2000 Use of oxytetracycline in batch-marking post-metamorphic boreal toads Journal Article
2000 A comparison in Colorado of three methods to monitor breeding amphibians Journal Article
2000 Boreal Toad Book, Pages in
1999 Dwarf shrew found in Rocky Mountain National Park Journal Article
1998 An observation on caching of prey by a long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata) Journal Article
1997 Survey and assessment of amphibian populations in Rocky Mountain National Park Journal Article
1997 Basking by adult boreal toads (Bufo boreas boreas) during the breeding season Journal Article
1996 Milk composition in a field population of red kangaroos, Macropus rufus (Desmarest) (Macropodidae: Marsupialia) Journal Article
1996 Circulating levels of prolactin and progesterone in a wild population of red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) Marsupialia: Macropodidae Journal Article
1996 Kangaroo rat bone compared to white rat bone after short-term disuse and exercise Journal Article
1991 Substrate Discrimination in Burying Beetles, Nicrophorus orbicollis (Coleoptera: Silphidae) Journal Article

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