1. Pansu, J., Guyton, J.A.G., Potter, A.B, Atkins, J.L, Daskin, J.H., et al. In review. Trophic ecology of large herbivores in a reassembling African savanna ecosystem.

  2. Daskin, J.H. et al. In prep. Resource-driven habitat selection by browsing antelopes in a low-risk landscape.

  3. Daskin, J.H. and Pringle, R.M. 2018. Warfare and wildlife declines in African protected areas. Nature 553: 328-332

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  4. Tucker, R.C., Rothermel, B.B., and Daskin, J.H. 2017. Preparing Florida pasture for grassland restoration: Seedling establishment after herbiciding and tilling. Nat Areas J. 37(1): 39-48.

  5. Daskin, J.H. and Pringle, R.M. 2016. Modulation of the indirect effects of large herbivores by primary productivity: a global meta-analysis. J Anim Ecol 85(4): 857-868.
    *Short-listed for British Ecological Society’s Elton Award; Invited blog feature for  

  6. Daskin, J.H., Stalmans, M., and Pringle, R.M. 2016. Ecological legacies of civil war: 35-year increase in savanna tree cover following wholesale large-mammal declines. J Ecol 1(4): 79-89.
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  7. Woodhams, D.C., Alford, R.A., Antwis, R.E., Archer, H., Becker, M.H., Belden, L.K., Bell, S.C., Bletz, M.,  Daskin, J.H. et al. 2015. Antifungal isolates database of amphibian skin-associated bacteria and function against emerging fungal pathogens: Ecological Archives E096-059. Ecology 96:595–595.

  8. Daskin, J.H., S. C. Bell, L. Schwarzkopf, and R. A. Alford. 2014. Cool temperatures reduce antifungal activity of symbiotic bacteria of threatened amphibians – Implications for disease management and patterns of decline. PLoS ONE 9:e100378.
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  9. Lu., M., Davidescu, M., Sukri, R.S., and Daskin, J.H. 2013. Termites facilitate root foraging by trees in a Bornean tropical forest. J Trop Ecol 29(6): 551-558.

  10. Daskin, J.H. and Alford, R.A. 2012. Context-dependent symbioses and their potential roles in wildlife disease. Proc Roy Soc B 279(1733):1457-65.

  11. Daskin, J.H., Alford, R.A., & Puschendorf, R. 2011. Short-term exposure to warm microhabitats could explain amphibian persistence with Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. PLoS One. 6(10): e26215.

  12. Biancani, P.J., Carmichael, R.H., Daskin, J.H., Burkhardt III, W., & Calci, K.R. 2011. Seasonal and spatial effects of wastewater effluent on growth, survival, and accumulation of microbial contaminants by oysters in Mobile Bay, Alabama. Estuaries and coasts 35(1): 121-131.

  13. Kovacs, C.J., Daskin, J.H., Patterson, H., & Carmichael, R. 2010. Crassostrea virginica shells record local variation in wastewater inputs to a coastal estuary. Aquat Biol 9:77-84.

  14. Daskin, J. H., Calci, K., Burkhardt, W. III & Carmichael, R. 2008. Use of N stable isotope and alternative microbial analysis to define wastewater influence in Mobile Bay, AL. Mar Pollut Bull 56:860-868.