Riddell EA, E Apanovitch, J Odum, MW Sears. Physical calculations of resistance to water loss improve predictions of species range models. Ecological Monographs, accepted.
Sears MW, Angilletta MJ, MS Schuler, J Borchert, K Dilliplane, M Stegman, T Rusch, W Mitchell. 2016. Configuration of the thermal landscape determines thermoregulatory performance of ectotherms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, 113:10595-10600.
Riddell EA, MW Sears. 2015. Geographic variation of resistance to water loss within two species of lungless salamanders: implications for activity. Ecosphere 6:art86.
Wone B, Per Madsen, ER Donovan, MK Labocha, MW Sears, CJ Downs, DA Sorensen, JP Hayes. 2015. A strong response to selection on mass-independent maximal metabolic rate without a correlated response in basal metabolic rate. Heredity 114:419-427.
Sears MW, MJ Angilletta. 2015. Costs and benefits of thermoregulation revisited: both the heterogeneity and spatial structure of temperature drive energetic costs. American Naturalist 185:E94-E102.
Caruso NM, MW Sears, DC Adams, KL Lips. 2014. Widespread reductions in body size of salamanders in response to climate change. Global Change Biology 20:1751-1759.
Bogosian V III, EC Hellgren, MW Sears, RW Moody. 2012. High resolution niche models via a correlative approach: comparing and combining correlative and process-based information. Ecological Modelling 237-238:63-73.
Niehaus, AC, MJ Angilletta, MW Sears, CE Franklin, RS Wilson. 2012. Predicting the physiological performance of ectotherms in fluctuating thermal environments. Journal of Experimental Biology 215:694-701.
Sears, MW, MJ Angilletta. 2011. Responses of organisms to climate change: a synthetic approach to the role of thermal adaptation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51:662-665.
Angilletta, MJ, MW Sears. 2011. Coordinating theoretical and empirical efforts to understand the linkages between organisms and environments. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51:653-661.
Sears, MW, E Raskin, MJ Angilletta. 2011. The world is not flat: Defining relevant thermal landscapes in the context of climate change. Integrative and Comparative Biology 5:666-675.
Schuler MS, JJ Storm, MW Sears, BS Cooper, BH Williams, MJ Angilletta. 2011. Isopods failed to acclimate their thermal sensitivity of locomotor performance during predictable or stochastic cooling. Public Library of Science ONE 6:e20905.
Schuler, M.S., MJ Angilletta, MW Sears. 2011. Food availability does not affect the preferred body temperature of Yarrow’s spiny lizard. Journal of Thermal Biology 36:112-115.
Buckley LB, MC Urban, MJ Angilletta, LG Crozier, LJ Rissler, MW Sears. 2010. Can mechanism inform species' distribution models? Ecology Letters 13:1041-1054.
Wone B, MW Sears, M Labocha, E Donovan, JP Hayes. 2009. Genetic variances and covariances of metabolic traits in Mus musculus and a genetic test of the aerobic capacity model for the evolution of endothermy, Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276:3695-3704.
Sears MW, JP Hayes, M Banta, D McCormick. 2009. Out in the cold: physiological capacity influences behavior in deer mice, Functional Ecology 23:774-783.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears, R Pringle. 2009. The spatial dynamics of nesting behavior: lizards shift microhabitats to construct nests with beneficial thermal properties. Ecology 90:2933-2939.
Sears M, J Diffendorfer, K Lips, J Mendelson. 2008. Amphibian declines and issues of inference: response to Parmesan and Singer. Public Library of Science Biology 14 Apr 2008.
Lips KR, J Diffendorfer, JR Mendelson, MW Sears. 2008. Riding the wave: Reconciling the roles of disease and climate change in amphibian declines. Public Library of Science Biology 6:441-454.
Angilletta MJ, RS Wilson, AC Niehaus, PL Ribeiro, MW Sears, CA Navas. 2007. Urban physiology: city ants possess high heat tolerance. Public Library of Science ONE 2:e258.
Tull JC, MW Sears. 2007. Moist seeds increase rodent trap success. Western North American Naturalist.
Sears MW, JP Hayes, CS O'Connor, K Geluso, JS Sedinger. 2006. Individual variation in thermogenic capacity affects above-ground activity of high altitude deer mice. Functional Ecology 20:97-104.
Sears MW. 2005. Geographic variation in the life history of the sagebrush lizard: the role of thermal constraints on activity. Oecologia 143:25-36.
Sears MW. 2005. Resting metabolic expenditure as a potential source of variation in growth rates of the sagebrush lizard. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 140:171-177.
Sears MW, MJ Angilletta. 2004. Body size clines in Sceloporus lizards: proximate mechanisms and demographic constraints. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44:433-442.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears, TD Steury. 2004. Temperature, growth rate, and body size in ectotherms: fitting pieces of a life history puzzle. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44:498-509.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears. 2004. Evolution of thermal reaction norms for growth rate and body size in ectotherms: an introduction to the symposium. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44:401-402.
Angilletta MJ, CE Oufiero, MW Sears. 2004. Thermal adaptation of maternal and embryonic phenotypes in a geographically widespread ectotherm. Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, International Congress Series 1275:258-266.
Sears MW, MJ Angilletta. 2003. Life history variation in the sagebrush lizard (Sceloporus graciosus): phenotypic plasticity or local adaptation? Ecology 84:1624-1634.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears. 2003. Parental care as a selective factor for the evolution of endothermy? American Naturalist 162:821-825.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears, and RS Winters. 2001. Seasonal variation in reproductive effort and its consequences for offspring size in the lizard Sceloporus undulatus. Herpetologica 57:365-75.
Angilletta MJ, MW Sears. 2000. Metabolic cost of reproduction in an oviparous lizard. Functional Ecology 14:39-45.
Kesler DH, T Moore, M Sears, J Scherer, R Pardiek, R Reardon. 1994. Two larval odonate communities of the Edward J. Meeman Biological Station in western Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Sciences 69:59-62.
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