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Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals or Monographs

  • Grant, B. W., George Middendorf, Michael J. Colgan, Haseeb Ahmad, and Michael B. Vogel. 2010. Herps in Cities * Herps of Cities: Urbanophiles, Urbanophobes, and the Urbanoblivious. Section 3, Chapter 4 in Handbook of Urban Ecology, Jari Niemela and Ian Sherman (eds.), Oxford University Press. (in press)

  • Sieg, Annette E., Michael P. O'Connor, James N. McNair, Bruce W. Grant, Salvatore J. Agosta, and Arthur E. Dunham. 2009. Mammalian metabolic allometry: do intraspecific variation, phylogeny, and regression models matter? The American Naturalist 174 (5): 720–733. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW. 2009. Practitioner Research as a Way of Knowing: A Case Study of Teacher Learning in Improving Undergraduates’ Concept Acquisition of Evolution by Natural Selection. NAS Reviewed Commissioned Paper from the National Research Council Board On Science Education Workshop “Linking Evidence and Promising Practices in STEM Undergraduate Education,” 30 June 2008, at the National Academies, Washington, DC. ( http://www7.nationalacademies.org/bose/PP_Commissioned_Papers.html). { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW. 2009. Practitioner Research Improved My Students’ Understanding of Evolution by Natural Selection in an Introductory Biology Course. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) Volume 6: Research #4. { access online at http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v6/research/grant/abstract.html }

  • Morris, DA, C D'Avanzo, and BW Grant. 2007. The TIEE Research Practitioners Project: Faculty Investigating Active Teaching and Student Learning. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) V5: Research #7. { access online at http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v5/research/morris/abstract.html }

  • D’Avanzo, C, BW Grant, DA Morris, S Musante, J Taylor, J Riney, and D Udovic. 2006. Design, Evaluation, and Research for TIEE, a Peer-reviewed Electronic Teaching Resource. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 4: 189-195. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, and I Vatnick. 2004. Environmental Correlates of Leaf Stomata Density. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE). Volume 1: Experiment #2. { access online at http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v1/experiments/stomata/stomata.html }

  • Middendorf, G, and BW Grant. 2003. The Challenge of Environmental Justice and the Role of Ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 1: 154–155. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW. 2003. "Campus Ecology" as a Means to Urban Environmental Literacy. Pages 355-369 in AR Berkowitz, CH Nilon, and KS Holweg (eds.), Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education. Springer-Verlag NY. { get PDF }

  • Vatnick, I, MA Brodkin, MP Simon, BW Grant, CR Conte, M Gleave, R Myers, and MM Sadoff. 1999. The effects of exposure to mild acidic conditions on frogs (Rana pipiens and Rana clamitans): Mortality rates and pH preferences under laboratory conditions. Journal of Herpetology 33: 370-374. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW. 1999. "Campus Ecology" as a Means to Urban Environmental Literacy. http://www.ecostudies.org/cary8/grant/grant.html. Poster web-publication from the 8th Cary Conference, 27-29 April 1999, Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY. { access online at http://www.ecostudies.org/cary8/grant/grant.html }

  • Lamb, T, RW Gaul, Jr, ML Tripp, JM Horton, and BW Grant. 1998. A herpetofaunal inventory of the lower Roanoke River floodplain. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 114:43-55. (NC Academy of Sciences) { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, and I Vatnick. 1998. A multi-week inquiry for an undergraduate introductory biology laboratory: Investigating correlations between environmental variables and leaf stomata density. Journal of College Science Teaching 28:109-112. { get PDF }

  • Madigosky, SR, and BW Grant. 1996. Biodiversity Loss: A Problem or Symptom of Our Time? Pages 226-241 in Majumdar et al. (eds.), Forests - A Global Perspective. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. Philadelphia, PA. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, KL Brown, GW Ferguson, and JW Gibbons. 1994. Changes in amphibian biodiversity associated with 25 years of pine forest regeneration: Implications for biodiversity management. Pages 354-367 in SK Majumdar et al. (eds.). Biological Diversity: Problems and Challenges. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences. Philadelphia, PA.

  • Grant, BW, AD Tucker, JE Lovich, AM Mills, PM Dixon, and JW Gibbons. 1992. The use of coverboards in estimating patterns of reptile and amphibian biodiversity. Pages 379-403 in DR McCullough and RH Barrett (eds.), Wildlife 2001: Populations. Elsevier Science Publ., Inc. London, England. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, and WP Porter. 1992. Modeling global macroclimatic constraints on ectotherm energy budgets. American Zoologist 32:154-178. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW. 1990. Tradeoffs in activity time and physiological performance for a thermoregulating desert lizard, Sceloporus merriami. Ecology 71:2323-2333. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, and AE Dunham. 1990. Elevational covariation in environmental constraints and life histories of the desert lizard Sceloporus merriami. Ecology 71:1765-1776. { get PDF }

  • Dunham, AE, BW Grant, and KL Overall. 1989. Interfaces between biophysical and physiological ecology and the population ecology of terrestrial vertebrate ectotherms. Physiological Zoology 62:335-355. { get PDF }

  • Grant, BW, and AE Dunham. 1988. Thermally imposed time constraints on the activity of the desert lizard Sceloporus merriami. Ecology 69:167-176. { get PDF }

  • Casper, BB, and BW Grant. 1988. Morphology and dispersal of one- and two-seeded calyces of Cryptantha flava. American Journal of Botany 75:859-863. { get PDF }

Co-Creator/ Co-Editor of a Peer Reviewed Journal

  • D’Avanzo, C, and BW Grant, (with DA Morris, K Winnet-Murray, and C Beck for V4–V6). Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology (TIEE) (http://tiee.ecoed.net), a journal of ecology education research and practice published by the Ecological Society of America:

    Volumes 1 (2004), 2 (2005), 3 (2005), 4 (2006), 5 (2007), 6 (2009), and hopefully Vol. 7 (2010) coming soon....
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