1. Daskin, J.H., Aires, F., and Staver, A.C. Determinants of tropical floodplain tree cover. In review

  2. Atkins, J.L., Long, R.A., Pansu, J., Daskin, J.H., Potter, A.B., Stalmans, M., Tarnita, C.E., and Pringle, R.M. Life in a landscape of fearlessness : cascading impacts of large-carnivore removal in an African savanna. In press at Science.
  3. Pansu, J., Guyton, J.A.G., Potter, A.B, Atkins, J.L, Daskin, J.H., et al. Trophic ecology of large herbivores in a reassembling African savanna ecosystem. In press at J Ecol.
  4. Daskin, J.H. and Pringle, R.M. 2018. Warfare and wildlife declines in African protected areas. Nature 553: 328-332
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  5. 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.

  6. 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  

  7. 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.
    *Runner up for British Ecological Society’s Harper Award; Featured by                                                                          

  8. 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.

  9. 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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  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.