Howard L. Snell
Howard L. Snell
Professor & Curator, Department of Biology & Museum of Southwestern Biology, University of New
Verified email at unm.edu
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Galápagos birds and diseases: invasive pathogens as threats for island species
M Wikelski, J Foufopoulos, H Vargas, H Snell
Ecology and Society 9 (1), 2004
2652004
Darwin's naturalization hypothesis challenged
RP Duncan, PA Williams
Nature 417 (6889), 608-609, 2002
2342002
Phylogeography and history of Galápagos tortoises
A Caccone, G Gentile, TH Gibbs, J, Fritts, HL Snell, J Betts, J Powell
Evolution 56 (10), 2052 - 2066, 2007
167*2007
Intrapopulation variation in predator-avoidance performance of Galapagos lava lizards: the interaction of sexual and natural selection
HL Snell, RD Jennings, HM Snell, S Harcourt
Evolutionary Ecology 2 (4), 353-369, 1988
1661988
Effective monitoring for adaptive wildlife management: lessons from the Galapagos Islands
JP Gibbs, HL Snell, CE Causton
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 1055-1065, 1999
1511999
A summary of geographical characteristics of the Galapagos Islands
HM Snell, PA Stone, HL Snell
Journal of Biogeography 23 (5), 619-624, 1996
1221996
Prey selection by feral dogs from a population of marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus)
H Kruuk, H Snell
Journal of applied Ecology, 197-204, 1981
1151981
Behavioral diversity as biological diversity: introduced cats and lava lizard wariness
PA Stone, HL Snell, HM Snell
Conservation Biology 8 (2), 569-573, 1994
1111994
Character congruence and phylogenetic signal in molecular and morphological data sets: a case study in the living iguanas (Squamata, Iguanidae).
JW Sites Jr, SK Davis, T Guerra, JB Iverson, HL Snell
Molecular Biology and Evolution 13 (8), 1087-1105, 1996
1071996
Marine iguanas die from trace oil pollution
M Wikelski, V Wong, B Chevalier, N Rattenborg, HL Snell
Nature 417 (6889), 607-608, 2002
932002
A paleogeographic model of the Galápagos Islands and biogeographical and evolutionary implications
DJ Geist, H Snell, H Snell, C Goddard, MD Kurz
The Galápagos: a natural laboratory for the earth sciences, 145-166, 2014
822014
Historical fragmentation of islands and genetic drift in populations of Galápagos lava lizards (Microlophus albemarlensis complex)
MA Jordan, HL Snell
Molecular Ecology 17 (5), 1224-1237, 2008
782008
Genetic analysis of a successful repatriation programme: giant Galapagos tortoises
MC Milinkovitch, D Monteyne, JP Gibbs, TH Fritts, W Tapia, HL Snell, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
702004
Current status of and threats to the terrestrial biodiversity of Galapagos
HL Snell, A Tye, CE Causton, R Bensted-Smith
A biodiversity vision for the Galápagos Islands, 30-47, 2002
702002
Life history trade-offs and phenotypic plasticity in the reproduction of Galápagos lava lizards (Microlophus delanonis)
MA Jordan, HL Snell
Oecologia 130 (1), 44-52, 2002
702002
ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF GALÁPAGOS LAVA LIZARDS (TROPIDURIDAE: MICROLOPHUS): SPECIES DIVERSITY AND COLONIZATION OF THE …
E Benavides, R Baum, HM Snell, HL Snell, JW Sites, Jr
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (6), 1606-1626, 2009
682009
Outstanding terrestrial features of the Galapagos Islands
A Tye, HL Snell, SB Peck, HE Adsersen
A biodiversity vision for the Galapagos Islands, 25-35, 2002
662002
Marine iguanas oiled in the Galapagos
M Wikelski, LM Romero, HL Snell
Science 292 (5516), 437-437, 2001
642001
The 1997-98 El Niño in Galápagos: can 34 years of data estimate 120 years of pattern?
H Snell, S Rea
Noticias de Galápagos 60, 111-20, 1999
641999
Impact of non‐native plant removal on lizards in riparian habitats in the southwestern United States
HL Bateman, A Chung‐MacCoubrey, HL Snell
Restoration Ecology 16 (1), 180-190, 2008
602008
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