Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant
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(*In preparation, †Submitted)
*Carr AN, Hooper DU. In prep. Propagule pressure, not diversity or disturbance, drove long-term invader success in a serpentine grassland. For submission to Biological Invasions.
*Carr AN, Milleson MP, Hernández F, Avery ML, Wisely SM. In prep. The relationship of hunting and disease prevalence in non-native wild pig (Sus scrofa) populations. For submission to Journal of Wildlife Diseases.
†Hernández F, Carr A, Milleson M, Merrill H, Avery M, Parker B, Pylant C, Austin J, Wisely S. Submitted. The role of pathogenesis in landscape epidemiology: contrasting case studies of pseudorabies virus (PrV) and Brucella suis in invasive wild pigs (Sus scrofa) in Florida (U.S.). Submitted to Landscape Ecology.
†Shirley MH, Carr AN, Nestler JH, Vliet KA. Submitted. Resurrection of the African slender-snouted crocodile genus Mecistops (Crocodylia: Crocodylidae) and description of a new cryptic species from West Africa. Submitted to Zootaxa.
Hernández FA, Sayler KA, Bounds C, Milleson MP, Carr AN, Wisely SM. 2017. Evidence of pseudorabies virus shedding in feral swine (Sus scrofa) populations of Florida, USA. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 54(1).
Shirley MH, Vliet KA, Carr AN, Austin JD. 2014. Rigorous approaches to species delimitation have significant implications for African crocodilian systematics and conservation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20132483.