Gibb, R, GF Albery, DJ Becker, L Brierley, R Connor, TA Dallas, EA Eskew, MJ Farrell, AL Rasmussen, SJ Ryan, AR Sweeny, CJ Carlson, and T Poisot. Data proliferation, reconciliation, and synthesis in viral ecology. [preprint; GitHub repository]
Albery, GF, CJ Carlson, LE Cohen, EA Eskew, R Gibb, SJ Ryan, AR Sweeny, and DJ Becker. Urban-adapted mammal species have more known pathogens. [preprint; GitHub repository]
Levin, MO, JB Meek, B Boom, SM Kross, and EA Eskew. Using publicly available data to conduct rapid assessments of extinction risk. [preprint; GitHub repository]
Becker, DJ, GF Albery, AR Sjodin, T Poisot, TA Dallas, EA Eskew, MJ Farrell, S Guth, BA Han, NB Simmons, M Stock, EC Teeling, and CJ Carlson. Predicting wildlife hosts of betacoronaviruses for SARS-CoV-2 sampling prioritization: a modeling study. [preprint; GitHub respository]
Hierink, F, I Bolon, AM Durso, R Ruiz de Castañeda, C Zambrana-Torrelio, EA Eskew, and N Ray. Forty-four years of global trade in CITES-listed snakes: Trends and implications for conservation and public health.
Eskew, EA, and CJ Carlson. Overselling wildlife trade bans will not bolster conservation or pandemic preparedness.
Albery, GF, EA Eskew, N Ross, and KJ Olival. Predicting the global mammalian viral sharing network using phylogeography. [GitHub repository; preprint version]
Di Marco, M, M Baker, P Daszak, P De Barro, EA Eskew, C Godde, T Harwood, M Herrero, A Hoskins, E Johnson, WB Karesh, C Machalaba, J Navarro Garcia, D Paini, R Pirzl, MS Smith, C Zambrana-Torrelio, and S Ferrier. Opinion: Sustainable development must account for pandemic risk.
Carlson, CJ, GF Albery, C Merow, CH Trisos, CM Zipfel, EA Eskew, KJ Olival, N Ross, and S Bansal. Climate change will drive novel cross-species viral transmission. [preprint; GitHub repository]
Eskew, EA, AM White, N Ross, KM Smith, KF Smith, JP Rodríguez, C Zambrana-Torrelio, WB Karesh, and P Daszak. United States wildlife and wildlife product imports from 2000-2014. [GitHub repository; Zenodo repository; preprint version]
Brown, P, RELISH Consortium*, and Y Zhou. Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity detection in biomedical literature search.
* EA Eskew is a RELISH Consortium member
Ross, N, EA Eskew, and N Ray. citesdb: An R package to support analysis of CITES Trade Database shipment-level data. [GitHub repository]
Eskew, EA, N Ross, C Zambrana-Torrelio, and WB Karesh. The CITES Trade Database is not a “global snapshot” of legal wildlife trade: Response to Can et al., 2019.
Eskew, EA, and KJ Olival. De-urbanization and zoonotic disease risk.
Eskew, EA, BC Shock, EEB LaDouceur, K Keel, MR Miller, JE Foley, and BD Todd. Gene expression differs in susceptible and resistant amphibians exposed to Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. [GitHub repository]
Guzy, JC, EA Eskew, BJ Halstead, and SJ Price. Influence of damming on anuran species richness in riparian areas: A test of the serial discontinuity concept.
Plourde, BT, TL Burgess, EA Eskew, TM Roth, N Stephenson, and JE Foley. Are disease reservoirs special? Taxonomic and life history characteristics.
Nowakowski, AJ, SM Whitfield, EA Eskew, ME Thompson, JP Rose, BL Caraballo, JL Kerby, MA Donnelly, and BD Todd. Infection risk decreases with increasing mismatch in host and pathogen environmental tolerances.
Meyer, E, EA Eskew, L Chibwe, J Schrlau, SL Massey Simonich, and BD Todd. Organic contaminants in western pond turtles in remote habitat in California.
Eskew, EA, SJ Worth, JE Foley, and BD Todd. American bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus) resist infection by multiple isolates of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, including one implicated in wild mass mortality.
Eskew, EA, BD Todd, and WA Hopkins. Extremely low prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in Eastern Hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) in southwest Virginia, USA.
Eskew, EA, and BD Todd. Parallels in amphibian and bat declines from pathogenic fungi.
Hunt, SD, JC Guzy, SJ Price, BJ Halstead, EA Eskew, and ME Dorcas. Responses of riparian reptile communities to damming and urbanization.
Kern, MM, JC Guzy, SJ Price, SD Hunt, EA Eskew, and ME Dorcas. Riparian-zone amphibians and reptiles within the Broad River Basin of South Carolina.
Eskew, EA, SJ Price, and ME Dorcas. Effects of river-flow regulation on anuran occupancy and abundance in riparian zones.
Price, SJ, EA Eskew, KK Cecala, RA Browne, and ME Dorcas. Estimating survival of a streamside salamander: importance of temporary emigration, capture response, and location.
Eskew, EA, SJ Price, and ME Dorcas. Survivorship and population densities of painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) in recently modified suburban landscapes.
Eskew, EA, SJ Price, and ME Dorcas. Survival and recruitment of semi-aquatic turtles in an urbanized region.
Eskew, EA, JD Willson, and CT Winne. Ambush site selection and ontogenetic shifts in foraging strategy in a semi-aquatic pit viper, the Eastern cottonmouth.
Eskew, EA, SJ Price, and ME Dorcas. New distribution records for reptiles and amphibians from the Charlotte-metropolitan area of the western Piedmont of North Carolina.