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14. Hill, J. L., M. Grisnik, R. J. Hanscom, J. Sukumaran, T. E. Higham, and R. W. Clark. 2023. The past, present, and future of predator-prey interactions in a warming world: using species distribution modeling to forecast ectotherm-endotherm niche overlap. Accepted in Ecology and Evolution.

13. Casaubon, A., K. M. Hultgren, C. Murray, R. J. Hanscom, and C. Hurt. 2023.Application of integrative taxonomy combining phylogenetic and geometric morphometric techniques in a snapping shrimp (Alpheus Fabricius, 1798) species complex (Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae). Journal of Crustacean Biology 43 (4):ruad078.


12. Hanscom, R. J., J. L. Hill, C. Patterson, T. Marbach, J. Sukumaran, T. Higham, and R. W. Clark. 2023. Cryptic behavior and activity cycles of a small mammal keystone species revealed through accelerometry: a case study on Merriam’s kangaroo rats (Dipodomys merriami). Movement Ecology 11(1):20.

11. Hanscom, R. J., T. E. Higham, D. Ryan, and R. W. Clark. 2023. Ambush hunting in snakes: behavior, function, and diversity. In D. Penning (Ed.), Snakes: Morphology, Function, and Ecology. 2023. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers.

10. Hanscom, R. J., and R. W. Clark. 2023. Crotalus viridis (Prairie Rattlesnake). Scavenging Behavior. Natural History Notes. Herpetological Review 54(2): 311.


09. Hanscom, R. J., and C. Cranwell. 2023. Ambystoma tigrinum (Tiger Salamander). Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review 54(1):69.


08. Hanscom, R. J., and C. Cranwell. 2023. Pseudacris triseriata (Weid; Upland Chorus Frog). Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review 54(1):69.


07. Hanscom, R. J., and C. Cranwell. 2023. Trachemys scripta elegans (Pond Slider). Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review 54(1):72.


06. Hanscom, R. J., and M. Grisnik. 2023. Aneides aeneus (Green Salamander). Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review 54(1):66.


05. Hanscom, R. J., M. White, C. Cranwell, and M. Grisnik. 2023. Regina Septemvittata (Queen Snake). Geographic distribution. Herpetological Review 54:76. 


04. Hanscom, R. J., D. L. DeSantis, J. L. Hill, T. Marbach, J. Sukumaran, A. Tipton, M. Thompson, T. E.  Higham, and R. W. Clark. 2023. How to study a predator that only eats a few meals a year: high frequency accelerometry to quantify feeding behaviours of rattlesnakes (Crotalus spp.). Animal Biotelemetry 11(1):20.


03. Grisnik, M., and R. J. Hanscom. 2020. New county records for reptiles and amphibians from middle Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau. Herpetological Review 51:282–284.


02. Hanscom, R. J., S. Dinkelacker, A. McCall, and A. Parlin. 2020. Demographic traits of freshwater turtles in a maritime forest habitat. Herpetologica 76:12–21.

01. Grisnik, M., R. J. Hanscom, and O. Bowers. 2019. Desmognathus conanti (Spotted Dusky Salamander). Parental Care. Herpetological Review 50:334–335.

In Review 

Strebler, M., M. Grisnik, M. White, and R. J. Hanscom. 2023. Herpetofauna of Catoosa Wildlife Management Area and species-area relationships of reptiles and amphibians across Tennessee.

Herpetological Conservation Biology (in review). 


Remington, M., R. W. Clark, R. J. Hanscom, T. E. Higham, and J. Sukumaran. 2023. Uumarrty: agent based simulation model of predator prey interactions in a game theoretical framework. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (in review).


Smith, N., R. J. Hanscom, J. Q. Richmond, R. N. Fisher, and R. W. Clark. 2023. Variation in dietary ecology of two invasive American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) populations in southern California. Herpetologica (in review).


Applegate, P., S. Dinkelacker, A. J. McCall, T. Gmerek, and R. J. Hanscom. 2023. Microhabitat use of chicken turtles (Deirochelys reticularia) in a barrier island ecosystem with interdune ponds. Chelonian Conservation and Biology (in review).


Romer A., M. Grisnik, W. Sutton, C. M. Murray, J. W. Dallas, R. H. Hardman, T. Blanchard, R. J. Hanscom, R. W. Clark, C. Godwin, R. Alexander, K. C. Moe, J. Eaker, R. Colvin, D. Thames, C. Ogle, J. Campbell, C. Frost, R. L. Brubaker, S. D. Snyder, D. W. Ludwig, J. L. Phillips, and D. M. Walker. 2023. Snake Fungal Disease (Ophidiomycosis) induces microbiome dysbiosis across biological scales. Nature Communications (in review).

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