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- Albuquerque, F.S., H.L. Bateman, M.J. Ryan, and B. Montgomery. 2023. Model transferability and predicted response of a dryland anuran to climate change: distribution of Anaxyrus microscaphus in the Southwest United States. Journal of Biogeography. 00, 1–11.
- Bateman, H.L., Allen, B.D., M.S. Moore, and D.M. Hondula. 2023. Urban heat and desert wildlife: Rodent body condition across a gradient of surface temperatures. Urban Ecosystems. Apr:1-12
- Flores, J., J. Rivera, J. Zúñiga-Vega, H.L. Bateman, and E. Martins. 2023. Specific habitat elements (refuges and leaf litter) are better predictors of Sceloporus lizards in central Mexico than general human disturbance. Herpetologica 79(1): 48-56.
- Ragan, K., J. Schipper, H.L. Bateman, and S.J. Hall. 2023. Mammal use of riparian corridors in semi-arid Sonora, Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Management p.e.22322.
- Brown, J.A., S.B. Lerman, A.J. Basile, H.L. Bateman, P. Deviche, P.S. Warren, and K.L. Sweazea. 2022. No fry zones: How restaurant distribution and abundance influence avian communities in the Phoenix, AZ metropolitan area. PLoS one, 17(10), p.e0269334.
- Andrade, R., H.L. Bateman (co-leads), K.L. Larson, C.J. Herzog, and J.A. Brown. 2022. To the rescue – Evaluating the social-ecological patterns for bird intakes. Urban Ecosystems 25(1):179-192
- Bateman, H.L., J.A. Brown, K.L. Larson, R. Andrade, and B. Hughes. 2021. Unwanted residential wildlife: Evaluating social-ecological patterns for snake removals. Global Ecology and Conservation 27, e01601.
- Baruch, E., H.L. Bateman, D. Lytle, D.M. Merritt, and J. Sabo. 2021. Integrated ecosystems: linking food webs through reciprocal resource reliance. Ecology e03450
- Bateman, H.L., S.B. Riddle, and E.M. Cubley. 2021. Using bioacoustics to examine vocal phenology of Neotropical migratory birds on a Wild and Scenic River in Arizona. Birds 2(3): 261-274
- Albuquerque, F.S., H.L. Bateman, C. Boheme, D.A. Allen, and L. Cayuela. 2021. Variation in temperature, precipitation, and vegetation productivity drive changes in seasonal variation of bird diversity in an urban desert landscape. Land.
- Herzog, C.J. and H.L. Bateman. 2021. Using trail cameras to document meso and large mammal use of native and non-native riparian forest types in southeastern Arizona. Western North American Naturalist 81(1):71-86.
- Riddle, S.B., H.L. Bateman, C. Herzog, and M. Ryan. 2020. Post-fire breeding behavior in Couch’s spadefoot toad along the San Pedro River, Arizona. Western North American Naturalist 80(4):531-535.
- Andrade, R., J. Franklin, K.L. Larson, C.S. Swan, S.B. Lerman, H.L. Bateman, P.S. Warren, and A. York 2020. Predicting the assembly of novel communities in urban ecosystems. Landscape Ecology1-15.
- Brown, J.A., K.L. Larson, S.B. Lerman, D.L. Childers, R. Andrade, H.L. Bateman, S.J. Hall, P.S. Warren, and A. York 2020. Influences of environmental and social factors on perceived bio-cultural services and disservices. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.
- Bateman, H.L. and D.M. Merritt. 2020. Complex riparian habitats predict reptile and amphibian diversity. Global Ecology and Conservation. 22, 10.1016/j.gecco.2020.e00957
- Cubley, E.S., H.L. Bateman (co-leads), S.B. Riddle, C. Holmquist-Johnson, and D.M. Merritt. 2020. Predicting bird guilds using vegetation physiognomy and woody composition on a Wild and Scenic River in Arizona. Invited issue Physical and Biotic Drivers of Change in Riparian Ecosystems. Wetlands.
- Cubley, E.S., H.L. Bateman, D.M. Merritt, and D. Cooper. 2020. Using vegetation guilds to predict bird habitat along a desert river. Invited issue Physical and Biotic Drivers of Change in Riparian Ecosystems. Wetlands.
- Riddle, S.B. and H.L. Bateman. 2020. Habitat and soil associations of a fossorial toad in a Sonoran Desert riparian forest. Journal of Arid Environments 181:104239
- Bateman, H.L. and S.B. Riddle. 2020. Reptile community responses to native and non-native riparian forests and disturbance along two rivers in Arizona. River Research and Applications. 2020:1-11.
- Allen, D.C., H.L. Bateman, P.S. Warren, F.S. Albuquerque, S. Arnett-Romero, and B. Harding. 2019. Long-term effects of land-use change on bird communities depend on spatial scale and land-use type. Ecosphere 10(11), e02952.
- Warren, P.S., S.B. Lerman, K. Larson, R. Andrade, and H.L. Bateman 2019. The more things change: Species losses detected in Phoenix despite stability in bird-socioeconomic relationships. Ecosphere10(3), e02624.
- Jackson, L.N. and H.L. Bateman 2018. Differing ectoparasite loads, sexual modes, and abundances of whiptail lizards from native and non-native habitats. Herpetological Conservation and Biology.13(1):294-301.
- Andrade, R., H.L. Bateman, J. Franklin, and D.C. Allen. 2018. Waterbird community composition, abundance, and diversity along an urban gradient. Landscape and Urban Planning. 170:103-111.
- Sprague, T.A. and H.L. Bateman. 2018. Influence of seasonality and gestation on habitat selection by northern Mexican gartersnakes (Thamnophis eques megalops). PloS one. 13(1):e0191829.
- Nagler, P.L., U. Nguyen, H.L. Bateman, C.J. Jarchow, E.P. Glenn, W.J. Waugh, C. van Riper III. 2018. Northern tamarisk beetle (Diorhabda carinulata) and tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) interactions in the Colorado River Basin. Restoration Ecology. 26:348-359.
- Banville, M.J, H.L. Bateman, S.R. Earl, and P.S. Warren. 2017. Decadal declines in bird abundance and diversity in urban riparian zones. Landscape and Urban Planning. 159:48-61.
- Andrade, R., H.L. Bateman, and Y. Kang. 2017. Seasonality and land cover characteristics drive aphid dynamics in an arid city. Journal of Arid Environments. 51:361-385.
- Kang, Y., D. Bai, L. Tapia, and H.L. Bateman. 2017. Dynamical effects of biocontrol on the ecosystem: Benefits or Harm? Applied Mathematical Modelling. 51:361-385.
- Switalski, A.B. and H.L. Bateman. 2017. Anthropogenic water sources and the effects on Sonoran Desert small mammal communities. PeerJ. 5:e4003:DOI 10.7717/peerj.4003.
- Mosher, K.R. and H.L. Bateman. 2016. The effects of riparian restoration following saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) biocontrol on habitat and herpetofauna along a desert stream. Restoration Ecology. 24:71-80.
- Bridges, A., H.L. Bateman, A.K. Owens, C.A. Jones, W. Miller. 2016. Microhabitat selection of juvenile Sonoran Desert tortoises (Gopherus morafkai) in central Arizona, USA. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 15 (2):219-230.
- Bateman, H.L., J.C. Stromberg, M.J. Banville, E. Makings, B.D. Scott, A. Suchy, D.M. Wolkis. 2015. Novel Water Sources Restore Plant and Animal Communities along an Urban River. Ecohydrology. 8:792–811.
- Rudd, B.T. and H.L. Bateman 2015. Reptile Use of Trails in the Phoenix Mountain Parks. Herpetological Review. 46(1):15-17.
- Nagler, P.L., S. Pearlstein, E.P. Glenn, T.B. Brown, H.L. Bateman, D.W. Bean, and K.R. Hultine. 2014. Rapid dispersal of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) biocontrol beetles (Diorhabda carinulata) on a desert river detected by phenocams, MODIS imagery and ground observation. Remote Sensing of Environment. 140:206-219.
- Bateman, H.L., D.M. Merritt, E.P. Glenn, and P. L. Nagler. 2014. Indirect effects of biocontrol of an invasive riparian plant (Tamarix) alters habitat and reduces herpetofauna abundance. Biological Invasions. 17:87-97.
- Beebe, S.R.H., A.B. Switalski, H.L. Bateman, and K.D. Hristovski. 2014. Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia) habitat associations in agriculture fields and along canal trails in Phoenix, Arizona.Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 45(2):52-58.
- Nielsen, D.P., and H.L. Bateman. 2013. Population metrics and habitat utilization of common side-blotched lizards (Uta stansburiana) in saltcedar (Tamarix) habitat. Southwestern Naturalist. 58(1):28-34.
- Bateman, H.L., P.L. Nagler, and E.P. Glenn. 2013. Plot- and landscape-level changes in climate and vegetation following defoliation of exotic saltcedar (Tamarix sp.) from the biocontrol agent Diorhabda carinulata along a stream in the Mojave Desert (USA). Journal of Arid Environments. 89:16-20.
- Bateman, H.L., T.E. Lindquist, R. Whitehouse, and M.M. Gonzalez. 2013. Mobile app for wildlife capture-mark-recapture data collection and query. The Wildlife Society Bulletin. 37(4):838-845.
- Bateman H.L., E.H. Paxton, and W.S. Longland. 2013. Tamarix as wildlife habitat. Pages 168-188 In: Sher A, Quigley MF (eds). Tamarix: a case study of ecological change in the American West. Oxford University Press, New York.
- Banville, M.J., and H.L. Bateman. 2012. Urban and wildland herpetofauna communities and riparian microhabitats along the Salt River, Arizona. Urban Ecosystems. 15:473–488.
Bateman, H.L., and S.M. Ostoja. 2012. Invasive woody plants affect the composition of native lizard and small mammal communities in riparian woodlands. Animal Conservation. 15:294–304.
Bateman, H.L., and A. Chung-MacCoubrey. 2012. Growth and activity of Sceloporus consobrinus(prairie lizard). Herpetological Review. 43:39-41.
Merritt, D.M., and H.L. Bateman. 2012. Linking streamflow and groundwater to avian habitat in a desert riparian system. Ecological Applications. 22:1973–1988.
Bateman, H.L., D.M. Merritt, and J.B. Johnson. 2012. Riparian forest restoration: Conflicting goals, trade-offs, and measures of success. Sustainability. 4:2334-2347.
Bateman, H.L., H.L. Snell, A. Chung-MacCoubrey, and D.M. Finch. 2010. Growth, activity, and survivorship from three sympatric parthenogenic whiptails (Family Teiidae). Journal of Herpetology. 44:301-307.
Bateman, H.L., and E.H. Paxton. 2010. Saltcedar and Russian olive interactions with wildlife. Pages 49-63 in P.B. Shafroth, C.A. Brown and D.M. Merritt (eds), Saltcedar and Russian olive control demonstration act science assessment. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5247.
Bateman, H.L., T.L. Dudley, D.W. Bean, S.M. Ostoja, K.R. Hultine, and M.J. Kuehn. 2010. A river system to watch: documenting the effects of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) biocontrol in the Virgin River Valley. Ecological Restoration. 28:405-410.
Chung-MacCoubrey, A., H.L. Bateman, and D.M. Finch. 2009. Captures of Crawford’s gray shrews (Notiosorex crawfordi) along the Rio Grande in central New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist. 69:260-262.
Bateman, H.L., A. Chung-MacCoubrey, H.L. Snell, and D.M. Finch. 2009. Abundance and species richness of snakes along the Middle Rio Grande riparian forest in New Mexico. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 4:1-8.
Bateman, H.L., M.J. Harner, and A. Chung-MacCoubrey. 2008. Abundance and reproduction of toads (Bufo) along a regulated river in the southwestern United States: Importance of flooding in riparian ecosystems. Journal of Arid Environments. 72:1613-1619.
Bateman, H.L., A. Chung-MacCoubrey, D.M. Finch, H.L. Snell, and D.L. Hawksworth. 2008.Impacts of non-native plant removal on vertebrates along the Middle Rio Grande (New Mexico). Ecological Restoration. 26:193-195.
Bateman, H.L., A. Chung-MacCoubrey, and H.L. Snell. 2008. Impact of non-native plant removal on lizards in riparian habitats in the southwestern United States. Restoration Ecology. 16(1):180-190.
Bateman, H.L., and M.A. O’Connell. 2006. Effects of prescribed burns on wintering cavity-nesting birds. Northwest Science. 80(4):283-291.
Chung-MacCoubrey, A, and H.L. Bateman. 2006. Chapter 4 in D.M. Finch, A. Chung-MacCoubrey, R. Jemison, D. Merritt, B. Johnson and M. Campana (eds), Effects of fuel reduction and exotic plant removal on vertebrates, vegetation and water resources in the Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico. Final report by USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station for Joint Fire Sciences Program.
Bateman, H.L. 2001. Boreal owls, habitat preferences for artificial nest boxes. Bluebird, Journal of the North American Bluebird Society. 33(4):12-13.