Names in bold are current or past members of the Hopkins Lab.

2023

Hopkins, W. A., Case, B. F., Groffen, J., Brooks, G. C., Bodinof Jachowski, C. M., Button, S. T., Hallagan, J. J., O’Brien, R. S., & Kindsvater, H. K. (2023). Filial cannibalism leads to chronic nest failure of eastern hellbender salamanders (cryptobranchus alleganiensis). The American Naturalist, 202(1), 92–106. https://doi.org/10.1086/724819

Shadle, E. J., Hopkins, W. A., Belden, L. K., Hallmark, M. A., & Mims, M. C. (2023). Experimental warming and drying act independently on developmental responses for two amphibian species. Freshwater Biology, 68(10), 1647–1659. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.14156

 

2022

Carter, A.W. and Hopkins, W.A., 2022. Editorial: Sex ratios in the Anthropocene. Front. Ecol. Evol. 10:1048575. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2022.1048575

Hope, S.F., Hopkins, W.A. and Angelier, F., 2022. Parenting in the city: effects of urbanization on incubation behaviour and egg temperature in great tits, Parus major. Animal Behaviour, 194, pp.1-11.

Hope, S.F., Angelier, F., Ribout, C., Groffen, J., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2022. Warmer incubation temperatures and later lay-orders lead to shorter telomere lengths in wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Journal of Experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological and Integrative Physiology.

Groffen, J., O’Brien, R.S., Fralin, E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2022. First record of polyembryony in Hellbenders, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis (Caudata: Cryptobranchidae) alleganiensis. Herpetology Notes, 15, pp.13-14.

 

2021

Fallon, J.A., Goodchild, C., DuRant, S.E., Cecere, T., Sponenberg, D.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2021. Hematological and histological changes from ingestion of Deepwater Horizon crude oil in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Environmental Pollution, 290, p.118026.

O’Brien, R.S., Dayer, A.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2021. Understanding landowner decisions regarding access to private land for conservation research. Conservation Science and Practice, 3(11), p.e522.

Galligan, T.M., Helm, R.F., Case, B.F., Jachowski, C.M.B., Frazier, C.L., Alaasam, V. and Hopkins, W.A., 2021. Pre-breeding androgen and glucocorticoid profiles in the eastern hellbender salamander (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 313, p.113899.

Hope, S.F., DuRant, S.E., Hallagan, J.J., Beck, M.L., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2021. Incubation temperature as a constraint on clutch size evolution. Functional Ecology, 35(4).

Hope, S.F., Hopkins, W.A. and Angelier, F., 2021, March. Parenting in the city: Does urbanization influence avian incubation behavior?. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 61, pp. E389-E390). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Madliger, C.L., Franklin, C.E., Chown, S.L., Fuller, A., Hultine, K.R., Costantini, D., Hopkins, W.A., Peck, M.A., Rummer, J.L., Sack, L. and Willis, C.K., 2021. The second warning to humanity: contributions and solutions from conservation physiology. Conservation Physiology, 9(1), p.coab038.

 

2020

Button, S.T., Jachowski, C.M.B., Case, B.F., Groffen, J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. The Influence of Multiscale Habitat Variables and Population Density on Artificial Shelter Use by Hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis). Herpetologica, 76(4), pp.355-365.

Button, S.T., Hallagan, J.J., Jachowski, C.M.B., Case, B.F., Groffen, J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Weathering the storm: Improving the availability and stability of artificial shelters for hellbender salamanders. River Research and Applications, 36(9).

Fallon, J.A., Smith, E.P., Schoch, N., Paruk, J.D., Adams, E.M., Evers, D.C., Jodice, P.G., Perkins, M., Meattey, D.E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Ultraviolet-assisted oiling assessment improves detection of oiled birds experiencing clinical signs of hemolytic anemia after exposure to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Ecotoxicology, 29(9), pp.1399-1408.

Hope, S.F., DuRant, S.E., Angelier, F., Hallagan, J.J., Moore, I.T., Parenteau, C., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Prolactin is related to incubation constancy and egg temperature following a disturbance in a precocial bird. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 295, p.113489.

Connock, J.R., Case, B.F., Button, S.T., Groffen, J., Galligan, T.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Factors influencing in-situ detection of pit-tagged hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) occupying artificial shelters using a submersible antenna. Herpetological conservation and biology, 14(2).

Grimaudo, A.T., Hope, S.F., DuRant, S.E., Kennamer, R.A., Hallagan, J.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Ambient temperature and female body condition are related to night incubation behavior in Wood Ducks Aix sponsa. Journal of avian biology, 51(5).

Hope, S.F., Kennamer, R.A., Grimaudo, A.T., Hallagan, J.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020, March. Does Within-Nest Variation in Incubation Temperature Lead to Differences in Competitive Ability Within Avian Broods?. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 60, pp. E346-E346). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.  

Jachowski, C.M.B., Ross, B.E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Evaluating artificial shelter arrays as a minimally invasive monitoring tool for the hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganiensis. Endangered Species Research, 41, pp.167-181.

Hope, S.F., Kennamer, R.A., Grimaudo, A.T., Hallagan, J.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2020. Incubation temperature affects duckling body size and food consumption despite no effect on associated feeding behaviors. Integrative Organismal Biology, 2(1), p.obaa003.

Hopkins, W.A., DuRant, S.E., Beck, M.L., Ray, W.K., Helm, R.F. and Romero, L.M., 2020. Cortisol is the predominant glucocorticoid in the giant paedomorphic hellbender salamander (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis). General and Comparative Endocrinology, 285, p.113267.

 

2019

Beck, M.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2019. The relationship between plumage coloration and aggression in female tree swallows. Journal of Avian Biology, 50(11).

Hope, S.F., Buenaventura, C.R., Husain, Z., DuRant, S.E., Kennamer, R.A., Hopkins, W.A. and Thompson, C.K., 2019. Limited Support for Thyroid Hormone or Corticosterone Related Gene Expression as a Proximate Mechanism of Incubation Temperature-Dependent Phenotypes in Birds. Frontiers in Physiology, 10, p.857.

Hope, S.F., Durant, S.E., Angelier, F., Hallagan, J.J., Moore, I.T., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2019, March. Incubation Behavior is Related to Prolactin and Egg Temperature in a Wild Bird. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 59, pp. E103-E103). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Hope, S.F., Kennamer, R.A., van Montfrans, S.G. and Hopkins, W.A., 2019. Incubation temperature and social context affect the nest exodus of precocial ducklings. Behavioral Ecology, 30(2), pp.518-527.

 

2018

Whitmore, K.M., Schoenholtz, S.H., Soucek, D.J., Hopkins, W.A. and Zipper, C.E., 2018. Selenium dynamics in headwater streams of the central Appalachian coalfield. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 37(10), pp.2714-2726.

Hope, S.F., DuRant, S.E., Hallagan, J.J., Beck, M.L., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Free moving artificial eggs containing temperature loggers reveal remarkable within clutch variance in incubation temperature. Journal of Avian Biology, 49(6).

Thompson, M.M., Coe, B.H., Andrews, R.M., Stauffer, D.F., Cristol, D.A., Crossley II, D.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Major global changes interact to cause male-biased sex ratios in a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination. Biological Conservation, 222, pp.64-74.

Thompson, M., Coe, B.H., Andrews, R.M., Cristol, D.A., Crossley, D.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Agricultural land use creates evolutionary traps for nesting turtles and is exacerbated by mercury pollution. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 329(4-5), pp.230-243.

Hope, S.F., Kennamer, R.A., Moore, I.T. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Incubation temperature influences the behavioral traits of a young precocial bird. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 329(4-5), pp.191-202.

Jachowski, C.M.B. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Loss of catchment-wide riparian forest cover is associated with reduced recruitment in a long-lived amphibian. Biological Conservation, 220, pp.215-227.

Hope, S.F., Kennamer, R.A., Van Montfrans, S.G. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018, March. Incubation Temperature and Social Context Affect Nest Exodus Performance of Precocial Ducklings. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 58, pp. E98-E98). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Eagles-Smith, C.A., Silbergeld, E.K., Basu, N., Bustamante, P., Diaz-Barriga, F., Hopkins, W.A., Kidd, K.A. and Nyland, J.F., 2018. Modulators of mercury risk to wildlife and humans in the context of rapid global change. Ambio, 47(2), pp.170-197.

Fallon, J.A., Smith, E.P., Schoch, N., Paruk, J.D., Adams, E.A., Evers, D.C., Jodice, P.G., Perkins, C., Schulte, S. and Hopkins, W.A., 2018. Hematological indices of injury to lightly oiled birds from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 37(2), pp.451-461.

 

2017

Chin, S.Y., Hopkins, W.A. and Cristol, D.A., 2017. Mercury alters initiation and construction of nests by zebra finches, but not incubation or provisioning behaviors. Ecotoxicology, 26(9), pp.1271-1283.

Landler, L., Painter, M.S., Coe, B.H., Youmans, P.W., Hopkins, W.A. and Phillips, J.B., 2017. High levels of maternally transferred mercury disrupt magnetic responses of snapping turtle hatchlings (Chelydra serpentina). Environmental Pollution, 228, pp.19-25.

Beck, M.L., Thompson, M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2017. Repeatability and sources of variation of the bacteria killing assay in the common snapping turtle. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, 327(5), pp.293-301. 

Thompson, M.M., Coe, B.H., Congdon, J.D., Stauffer, D.F. and Hopkins, W.A., 2017. Nesting ecology and habitat use of Chelydra serpentina in an area modified by agricultural and industrial activity. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 12, pp.292-306.

Hope, S.F., Durant, S.E., Hallagan, J.J., Beck, M.L., Kennamer, R.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2017, March. The Effect of Clutch Size on Incubation Behavior and Within-Nest Egg Temperature Variation. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 57, pp. E296-E296). JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.

Orlofske, S.A., Belden, L.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2017. Effects of Echinostoma trivolvis metacercariae infection during development and metamorphosis of the wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 203, pp.40-48.

Van Dyke, J.U., Jachowski, C.M.B., Steen, D.A., Jackson, B.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2017. Spatial differences in trace element bioaccumulation in turtles exposed to a partially remediated coal fly ash spill. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 36(1), pp.201-211.

 

2016

Bodinof Jachowski, C.M., Millspaugh, J.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2016. Current land use is a poor predictor of hellbender occurrence: why assumptions matter when predicting distributions of data deficient species. Diversity and Distributions, 22(8), pp.865-880.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Carter, A.W., Kirkpatrick, L.T., Navara, K.J. and Hawley, D.M., 2016. Incubation temperature causes skewed sex ratios in a precocial bird. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219(13), pp.1961-1964. 

Hughey, M.C., Walke, J.B., Becker, M.H., Umile, T.P., Burzynski, E.A., Minbiole, K.P., Iannetta, A.A., Santiago, C.N., Hopkins, W.A. and Belden, L.K., 2016. Short-term exposure to coal combustion waste has little impact on the skin microbiome of adult spring peepers (Pseudacris crucifer). Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 82(12), pp.3493-3502.

Hopkins, W.A., Fallon, J.A., Beck, M.L., Coe, B.H. and Jachowski, C.M., 2016. Haematological and immunological characteristics of eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) infected and co-infected with endo-and ectoparasites. Conservation Physiology, 4(1), p.cow002. 

 

2015

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Hawley, D.M., 2015. Relationships among plumage coloration, blood selenium concentrations and immune responses of adult and nestling tree swallows. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218(21), pp.3415-3424.

Hepp, G.R., DuRant, S.E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2015. Influence of incubation temperature on offspring phenotype and fitness in birds. Nests, eggs and incubation: New ideas about avian reproduction, pp.171-178.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Davis, A.K. and Romero, L.M., 2015. Evidence of ectoparasite-induced endocrine disruption in an imperiled giant salamander, the eastern hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis). The Journal of experimental biology, 218(14), pp.2297-2304.

Coe, B.H., Beck, M.L., Chin, S.Y., Jachowski, C.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2015. Local variation in weather conditions influences incubation behavior and temperature in a passerine bird. Journal of Avian Biology, 46(4), pp.385-394.

Landler, L., Painter, M.S., Youmans, P.W., Hopkins, W.A. and Phillips, J.B., 2015. Spontaneous magnetic alignment by yearling snapping turtles: rapid association of radio frequency dependent pattern of magnetic input with novel surroundings. PLoS One, 10(5), p.e0124728.

Steen, D.A., Van Dyke, J.U., Jackson, B.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2015. Reproduction and hatchling performance in freshwater turtles associated with a remediated coal fly-ash spill. Environmental Research, 138, pp.38-48.

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A., Jackson, B.P. and Hawley, D.M., 2015. The effects of a remediated fly ash spill and weather conditions on reproductive success and offspring development in tree swallows. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 187(3), pp.1-25.

 

2014

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Jackson, B.P., 2014. Variation in riparian consumer diet composition and differential bioaccumulation by prey influence the risk of exposure to elements from a recently remediated fly ash spill. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 33(11), pp.2595-2608.

Van Dyke, J.U., Steen, D.A., Jackson, B.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2014. Maternal transfer and embryonic assimilation of trace elements in freshwater turtles after remediation of a coal fly-ash spill. Environmental pollution, 194, pp.38-49.

Eskew, E.A., Todd, B.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2014. Extremely low prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) in southwest Virginia, USA. Herpetological Review, 45(3), pp.425-427.

Carter, A.W., Hopkins, W.A., Moore, I.T. and DuRant, S.E., 2014. Influence of incubation recess patterns on incubation period and hatchling traits in wood ducks Aix sponsa. Journal of Avian Biology, 45(3), pp.273-279.

Steen, D.A., Hopkins, B.C., Van Dyke, J.U. and Hopkins, W.A., 2014. Prevalence of ingested fish hooks in freshwater turtles from five rivers in the southeastern United States. PloS one, 9(3), p.e91368. 

DuRant, S.E., Carter, A.W., Denver, R.J., Hepp, G.R. and Hopkins, W.A., 2014. Are thyroid hormones mediators of incubation temperature-induced phenotypes in birds?. Biology letters, 10(1), p.20130950.

Hopkins, W.A., Moser, W.E., Garst, D.W., Richardson, D.J., Hammond, C.I. and Lazo-Wasem, E.A., 2014. Morphological and molecular characterization of a new species of leech (Glossiphoniidae, Hirudinida): Implications for the health of its imperiled amphibian host (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis). ZooKeys, (378), p.83.

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A., Hallagan, J.J., Jackson, B.P. and Hawley, D.M., 2014. Exposure to residual concentrations of elements from a remediated coal fly ash spill does not adversely influence stress and immune responses of nestling tree swallows. Conservation Physiology, 2(1), p.cou018.

 

2013

Van Dyke, J.U., Beck, M.L., Jackson, B.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Interspecific differences in egg production affect egg trace element concentrations after a coal fly ash spill. Environmental science & technology, 47(23), pp.13763-13771.

Van Dyke, J.U., Hopkins, W.A. and Jackson, B.P., 2013. Influence of relative trophic position and carbon source on selenium bioaccumulation in turtles from a coal fly-ash spill site. Environmental pollution, 182, pp.45-52

Adelman, J.S., Carter, A.W., Hopkins, W.A. and Hawley, D.M., 2013. Deposition of pathogenic Mycoplasma gallisepticum onto bird feeders: host pathology is more important than temperature-driven increases in food intake. Biology letters, 9(5), p.20130594.

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Jackson, B.P., 2013. Spatial and temporal variation in the diet of tree swallows: implications for trace-element exposure after habitat remediation. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 65(3), pp.575-587.

Melnyk, K., Gelis, R.A., Hopkins, W.A., Vaca, F. and Moore, I.T., 2013. Gray-bellied Hawk (Accipiter poliogaster) observed feeding on a tinamou in Yasuni Biosphere Reserve, Ecuador. Journal of Raptor Research, 47(3), pp.330-332.

Carter, A.W., DuRant, S.E., Hepp, G.R. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Thermal challenge severity differentially influences wound healing in wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology, 319(7), pp.422-429.

Hopkins, B.C., Chin, S.Y., Willson, J.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Like mother, like offspring: maternal and offspring wound healing correlate in snakes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216(14), pp.2545-2547.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Carter, A.W., Stachowiak, C.M. and Hepp, G.R., 2013. Incubation conditions are more important in determining early thermoregulatory ability than posthatch resource conditions in a precocial bird. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 86(4), pp.410-420.

Hopkins, B.C., Hepner, M.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Non-destructive techniques for biomonitoring of spatial, temporal, and demographic patterns of mercury bioaccumulation and maternal transfer in turtles. Environmental pollution, 177, pp.164-170.

Willson, J.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Evaluating the effects of anthropogenic stressors on source sink dynamics in pond breeding amphibians. Conservation Biology, 27(3), pp.595-604. 

Drewett, D.V., Willson, J.D., Cristol, D.A., Chin, S.Y. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Inter and intraspecific variation in mercury bioaccumulation by snakes inhabiting a contaminated river floodplain. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 32(5), pp.1178-1186.

Chin, S.Y., Willson, J.D., Cristol, D.A., Drewett, D.V. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Altered behavior of neonatal northern watersnakes (Nerodia sipedon) exposed to maternally transferred mercury. Environmental Pollution, 176, pp.144-150.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Hepp, G.R. and Walters, J.R., 2013. Ecological, evolutionary, and conservation implications of incubation temperature dependent phenotypes in birds. Biological Reviews, 88(2), pp.499-509.

Metts, B.S., Buhlmann, K.A., Tuberville, T.D., Scott, D.E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Maternal transfer of contaminants and reduced reproductive success of southern toads (Bufo [Anaxyrus] terrestris) exposed to coal combustion waste. Environmental science & technology, 47(6), pp.2846-2853.

Hopkins, B.C., Willson, J.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Mercury exposure is associated with negative effects on turtle reproduction. Environmental science & technology, 47(5), pp.2416-2422.

Orlofske, S.A., Belden, L.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Larval wood frog (Rana [= Lithobates] sylvatica) development and physiology following infection with the trematode parasite, Echinostoma trivolvis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 164(3), pp.529-536.

Chin, S.Y., Willson, J.D., Cristol, D.A., Drewett, D.V. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. High levels of maternally transferred mercury do not affect reproductive output or embryonic survival of northern watersnakes (Nerodia sipedon). Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 32(3), pp.619-626.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Hepp, G.R. and Romero, L.M., 2013. Energetic constraints and parental care: Is corticosterone indicative of energetic costs of incubation in a precocial bird?. Hormones and Behavior, 63(2), pp.385-391.

Fallon, J.A., Hopkins, W.A. and Fox, L., 2013. A practical quantification method for Heinz bodies in birds applicable to rapid response field scenarios. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 32(2), pp.401-405.

Beck, M.L., Hopkins, W.A., Hawley, D.M. and Jackson, B.P., 2013. Tree Swallow Reproductive Success and Offspring Health Following Remediation of the Kingston Fly Ash Spill. EFFECTS OF THE REMEDIATED COAL ASH SPILL IN KINGSTON, TN ON AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL CONSUMERS, p.51.

Moser, W.E., Briggler, J.T., Richardson, D.J., Schuette, C.D., Hammond, C.I., Hopkins, W.A. and Lazo-Wasem, E.A., 2013. Redescription and molecular characterization of Placobdella cryptobranchii (Johnson & Klemm, 1977)(Glossiphoniidae, Hirudinida). ZooKeys, (338), p.1.

Davis, A.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2013. Widespread trypanosome infections in a population of eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) in Virginia, USA. Parasitology Research, 112(1), pp.453-456.

Hopkins, W.A., Bodinof, C., Budischak, S. and Perkins, C., 2013. Nondestructive indices of mercury exposure in three species of turtles occupying different trophic niches downstream from a former chloralkali facility. Ecotoxicology, 22(1), pp.22-32.

 

2012

Willson, J.D., Hopkins, W.A., Bergeron, C.M. and Todd, B.D., 2012. Making leaps in amphibian ecotoxicology: Translating individual level effects of contaminants to population viability. Ecological Applications, 22(6), pp.1791-1802.

Hawley, D.M., DuRant, S.E., Wilson, A.F., Adelman, J.S. and Hopkins, W.A., 2012. Additive metabolic costs of thermoregulation and pathogen infection. Functional ecology, 26(3), pp.701-710.

 Metts, B.S., Buhlmann, K.A., Scott, D.E., Tuberville, T.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2012. Interactive effects of maternal and environmental exposure to coal combustion wastes decrease survival of larval southern toads (Bufo terrestris). Environmental Pollution, 164, pp.211-218.

Todd, B.D., Bergeron, C.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2012. Use of toe clips as a nonlethal index of mercury accumulation and maternal transfer in amphibians. Ecotoxicology, 21(3), pp.882-887.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Wilson, A.F. and Hepp, G.R., 2012. Incubation temperature affects the metabolic cost of thermoregulation in a young precocial bird. Functional Ecology, 26(2), pp.416-422.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Hawley, D.M. and Hepp, G.R., 2012. Incubation temperature affects multiple measures of immunocompetence in young wood ducks (Aix Sponsa). Biology letters, 8(1), pp.108-111.

Wack, C., DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A., Lovern, M.B., Feldhoff, R.C. and Woodley, S.K., 2012. Elevated plasma corticosterone increases metabolic rate in a terrestrial salamander. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 161(2), pp.153-158.

Bryan Jr, A.L., Hopkins, W.A., Parikh, J.H., Jackson, B.P. and Unrine, J.M., 2012. Coal fly ash basins as an attractive nuisance to birds: parental provisioning exposes nestlings to harmful trace elements. Environmental Pollution, 161, pp.170-177.

Todd, B.D., Willson, J.D., Bergeron, C.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2012. Do effects of mercury in larval amphibians persist after metamorphosis?. Ecotoxicology, 21(1), pp.87-95.

2011

Salice, C.J., Rowe, C.L., Pechmann, J.H. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Multiple stressors and complex life cycles: Insights from a population level assessment of breeding site contamination and terrestrial habitat loss in an amphibian. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 30(12), pp.2874-2882.

Hopkins, W.A. and DuRant, S.E., 2011. Innate immunity and stress physiology of eastern hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) from two stream reaches with differing habitat quality. General and comparative endocrinology, 174(2), pp.107-115.

Bergeron, C.M., Hopkins, W.A., Bodinof, C.M., Budischak, S.A., Wada, H. and Unrine, J.M., 2011. Counterbalancing effects of maternal mercury exposure during different stages of early ontogeny in American toads. Science of the Total Environment, 409(22), pp.4746-4752.

Todd, B.D., Bergeron, C.M., Hepner, M.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Aquatic and terrestrial stressors in amphibians: a test of the double jeopardy hypothesis based on maternally and trophically derived contaminants. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 30(10), pp.2277-2284.

Wada, H., Bergeron, C.M., McNabb, F.A., Todd, B.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Dietary mercury has no observable effects on thyroid-mediated processes and fitness-related traits in wood frogs. Environmental science & technology, 45(18), pp.7915-7922.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A. and Hepp, G.R., 2011. Embryonic developmental patterns and energy expenditure are affected by incubation temperature in wood ducks (Aix sponsa). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 84(5), pp.451-457.

Homyack, J.A., Haas, C.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Energetics of surface active terrestrial salamanders in experimentally harvested forest. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 75(6), pp.1267-1278.

Hopkins, B.C., DuRant, S.E., Hepp, G.R. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Incubation temperature influences locomotor performance in young wood ducks (Aix sponsa). Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology, 315(5), pp.274-279.

Todd, B.D., Bergeron, C.M., Hepner, M.J., Burke, J.N. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Does maternal exposure to an environmental stressor affect offspring response to predators?. Oecologia, 166(1), pp.283-290.

Bergeron, C.M., Hopkins, W.A., Todd, B.D., Hepner, M.J. and Unrine, J.M., 2011. Interactive effects of maternal and dietary mercury exposure have latent and lethal consequences for amphibian larvae. Environmental science & technology, 45(8), pp.3781-3787.

Willson, J.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2011. Prey morphology constrains the feeding ecology of an aquatic generalist predator. Ecology, 92(3), pp.744-754.

 

2010

Burke, J.N., Bergeron, C.M., Todd, B.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Effects of mercury on behavior and performance of northern two-lined salamanders (Eurycea bislineata). Environmental Pollution, 158(12), pp.3546-3551.

Wada, H., Yates, D.E., Evers, D.C., Taylor, R.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Tissue mercury concentrations and adrenocortical responses of female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) near a contaminated river. Ecotoxicology, 19(7), pp.1277-1284.

Young, T.F., Finley, K., Adams, W.J., Besser, J., Hopkins, W.A., Jolley, D., McNaughton, E., Presser, T.S., Shaw, D.P. and Unrine, J., 2010. What you need to know about selenium. Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment, pp.7-45.

Young, T.F., Finley, K., Adams, W.J., Besser, J., Hopkins, W.A., Jolley, D., McNaughton, E., Presser, T.S., Shaw, D.P. and Unrine, J., 2010. Appendix A: Selected case studies of ecosystem contamination by Se. Ecological Assessment of Selenium in the Aquatic Environment, pp.257-292.

Janz, D.M., DeForest, D.K., Brooks, M.L., Chapman, P.M., Gilron, G., Hoff, D., Hopkins, W.A., McIntyre, D.O., Mebane, C.A., Palace, V.P. and Skorupa, J.P., 2010. Selenium toxicity to aquatic organisms. Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment, pp.141-231.

Martin, L.B., Hopkins, W.A., Mydlarz, L.D. and Rohr, J.R., 2010. The effects of anthropogenic global changes on immune functions and disease resistance. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1195(1), pp.129-148.

Homyack, J.A., Haas, C.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Influence of temperature and body mass on standard metabolic rate of eastern red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus). Journal of Thermal Biology, 35(3), pp.143-146.

Bergeron, C.M., Bodinof, C.M., Unrine, J.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Mercury accumulation along a contamination gradient and nondestructive indices of bioaccumulation in amphibians. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 29(4), pp.980-988.

Bergeron, C.M., Bodinof, C.M., Unrine, J.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Bioaccumulation and maternal transfer of mercury and selenium in amphibians. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 29(4), pp.989-997.

DuRant, S.E., Hepp, G.R., Moore, I.T., Hopkins, B.C. and Hopkins, W.A., 2010. Slight differences in incubation temperature affect early growth and stress endocrinology of wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(1), pp.45-51.

 

2009

Orlofske, S.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Energetics of metamorphic climax in the pickerel frog (Lithobates palustris). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 154(2), pp.191-196.

Moore, I.T. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Interactions and trade-offs among physiological determinants of performance and reproductive success. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 49(4), pp.441-451.

Orlofske, S.A., Grayson, K.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. The effects of fluorescent tracking powder on oxygen consumption in salamanders using either cutaneous or bimodal respiration. Copeia, 2009(3), pp.623-627.

Orlofske, S.A., Belden, L.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Moderate Echinostoma trivolvis infection has no effects on physiology and fitness-related traits of larval pickerel frogs (Rana palustris). Journal of Parasitology, 95(4), pp.787-792.

Wada, H., Cristol, D.A., McNabb, F.A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Suppressed adrenocortical responses and thyroid hormone levels in birds near a mercury-contaminated river. Environmental science & technology, 43(15), pp.6031-6038.

Loeffler-Peltier, G., Wright, M.S., Hopkins, W.A. and Meyer, J.L., 2009. Accumulation of trace elements and growth responses in Corbicula fluminea downstream of a coal-fired power plant. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 72(5), pp.1384-1391.

Rowe, C.L., Heyes, A. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Effects of dietary vanadium on growth and lipid storage in a larval anuran: Results from studies employing ad libitum and rationed feeding. Aquatic toxicology, 91(2), pp.179-186.

Budischak, S.A., Belden, L.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2009. Relative toxicity of malathion to trematode-infected and noninfected Rana palustris tadpoles. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 56(1), pp.123-128.

 

2008

Henry, T.H. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. An Overview of Ecological Studies of Wildlife Potentially Impacted by the Kingston Ash Spill.

Budischak, S.A., Belden, L.K. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. Effects of malathion on embryonic development and latent susceptibility to trematode parasites in ranid tadpoles. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 27(12), pp.2496-2500.

DuRant, S.E. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. Amphibian predation on larval mosquitoes. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 86(10), pp.1159-1164.

Loeffler-Peltier, G., Meyer, J.L., Jagoe, C.H. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. Using trace element concentrations in Corbicula fluminea to identify potential sources of contamination in an urban river. Environmental Pollution, 154(2), pp.283-290.

Holem, R.R., Hopkins, W.A. and Talent, L.G., 2008. Effects of repeated exposure to malathion on growth, food consumption, and locomotor performance of the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis). Environmental pollution, 152(1), pp.92-98.

DuRant, S.E., Romero, L.M., Talent, L.G. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. Effect of exogenous corticosterone on respiration in a reptile. General and comparative endocrinology, 156(1), pp.126-133.

Henry, T.H., Tennessee Valley Authority,. and Hopkins, W.A., 2008. Initial Assessment of Trace Element Exposure in Insectivorous Birds Nesting Near the Kingston Ash Spill.

 

2007

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A. and Talent, L.G., 2007. Impaired terrestrial and arboreal locomotor performance in the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis) after exposure to an AChE-inhibiting pesticide. Environmental Pollution, 149(1), pp.18-24.

Unrine, J.M., Hopkins, W.A., Romanek, C.S. and Jackson, B.P., 2007. Bioaccumulation of trace elements in omnivorous amphibian larvae: implications for amphibian health and contaminant transport. Environmental Pollution, 149(2), pp.182-192.

Hopkins, W.A., Hopkins, L.B., Unrine, J.M., Snodgrass, J. and Elliot, J.D., 2007. Mercury concentrations in tissues of osprey from the Carolinas, USA. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(6), pp.1819-1829.

Bergeron, C.M., Husak, J.F., Unrine, J.M., Romanek, C.S. and Hopkins, W.A., 2007. Influence of feeding ecology on blood mercury concentrations in four species of turtles. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 26(8), pp.1733-1741.

Peterson, J.D., Wood, M.B., Hopkins, W.A., Unrine, J.M. and Mendonça, M.T., 2007. Prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in American bullfrog and southern leopard frog larvae from wetlands on the Savannah River site, South Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 43(3), pp.450-460.

Unrine, J.M., Jackson, B.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2007. Selenomethionine biotransformation and incorporation into proteins along a simulated terrestrial food chain. Environmental science & technology, 41(10), pp.3601-3606.

DuRant, S.E., Hopkins, W.A. and Talent, L.G., 2007. Energy acquisition and allocation in an ectothermic predator exposed to a common environmental stressor. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, 145(3), pp.442-448.

Kuzmick, D.M., Mitchelmore, C.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Rowe, C.L., 2007. Effects of coal combustion residues on survival, antioxidant potential, and genotoxicity resulting from full-lifecycle exposure of grass shrimp (Palaemonetes pugio Holthius). Science of the Total Environment, 373(1), pp.420-430.

Boone, M.D., Cowman, D., Davidson, C., Hayes, T., Hopkins, W.A., Relyea, R., et al. 2007. Evaluating the role of environmental contamination in amphibian population declines. Amphibian conservation action plan : proceedings : IUCN/SSC Amphibian Conservation Summit 2005. Gland, Switzerland: World Conservation Union (IUCN).

Hopkins, W.A., 2007. Amphibians as models for studying environmental change. ILAR journal, 48(3), pp.270-277.

 

2006

Winne, C.T. and Hopkins, W.A., 2006. Influence of sex and reproductive condition on terrestrial and aquatic locomotor performance in the semi-aquatic snake Seminatrix pygaea. Functional Ecology, 20(6), pp.1054-1061.

Fort, D.J., Rogers, R.L., Thomas, J.H., Hopkins, W.A. and Schlekat, C., 2006. Comparative developmental toxicity of nickel to Gastrophryne carolinensis, Bufo terrestris, and Xenopus laevis. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 51(4), pp.703-710.

Fletcher, D.E., Hopkins, W.A., Saldaña, T., Baionno, J.A., Arribas, C., Standora, M.M. and Fernández Delgado, C., 2006. Geckos as indicators of mining pollution. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 25(9), pp.2432-2445.

Roe, J.H., Hopkins, W.A., DuRant, S.E. and Unrine, J.M., 2006. Effects of competition and coal-combustion wastes on recruitment and life history characteristics of salamanders in temporary wetlands. Aquatic toxicology, 79(2), pp.176-184.

Unrine, J.M., Jackson, B.P., Hopkins, W.A. and Romanek, C., 2006. Isolation and partial characterization of proteins involved in maternal transfer of selenium in the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 25(7), pp.1864-1867.

Holem, R.R., Hopkins, W.A. and Talent, L.G., 2006. Effect of acute exposure to malathion and lead on sprint performance of the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis). Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 51(1), pp.111-116.

Hopkins, W.A. and Winne, C.T., 2006. Influence of body size on swimming performance of four species of neonatal natricine snakes acutely exposed to a cholinesteras inhibiting pesticide. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 25(5), pp.1208-1213.

Scholz, N.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2006. Ecotoxicology of anticholinesterase pesticides: Data gaps and research challenges. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(5), p.1185.

Hopkins, W.A., DuRant, S.E., Staub, B.P., Rowe, C.L. and Jackson, B.P., 2006. Reproduction, embryonic development, and maternal transfer of contaminants in the amphibian Gastrophryne carolinensis. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114(5), pp.661-666.

Hecker, M., Murphy, M.B., Giesy, J.P. and Hopkins, W.A., 2006. Induction of cytochrome P4501A in African brown house snake (Lamprophis fuliginosus) primary hepatocytes. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 25(2), pp.496-502.

Unrine, J.M., Jackson, B.P., Hopkins, W.A. and Romanek, C., 2006. Environmental Toxicology-Isolation and Partial Characterization of Proteins Involved in Maternal Transfer of Selenium in the Western Fence Lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis)–Short Communication. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(7), pp.1864-1867.

Scholz, N.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2006. Symposium on Organismal and Ecological Effects of Cholinesterase Inhibitors. Environmental toxicology and chemistry, 25(5), pp.1185-1222.

Scholtz, N.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2006. Cholinesterase-Inhibiting Pesticides-Ecotoxicology of Anticholinesterase Pesticides: Data Gaps and Research Challenges. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(5), pp.1185-1186.

Hopkins, W.A. and Winne, C.T., 2006. Cholinesterase-Inhibiting Pesticides-Influence of Body Size on Swimming Performance of Four Species of Neonatal Natricine Snakes Acutely Exposed to a Cholinesterase-Inhibiting Pesticide. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 25(5), pp.1208-1213.

Hopkins, W.A. 2006. Use of tissue residues in reptile ecotoxicology: A call for integration and experimentalism. In New Perspectives: Toxicology and the Environment, Volume 3: Reptile Toxicology. Gardner, S., Oberdorster, E. (eds). Taylor and Francis Publishers, London. pp 35-62.

 

2005

Roe, J.H., Hopkins, W.A. and Talent, L.G., 2005. Effects of body mass, feeding, and circadian cycles on metabolism in the lizard Sceloporus occidentalis. Journal of Herpetology, 39(4), pp.595-603.

Sever, D.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2005. Renal sexual segment of the ground skink, Scincella laterale (Reptilia, Squamata, Scincidae). Journal of Morphology, 266(1), pp.46-59.

Grayson, K.L., Cook, L.W., Todd, M.J., Pierce, D., Hopkins, W.A., Gatten Jr, R.E. and Dorcas, M.E., 2005. Effects of prey type on specific dynamic action, growth, and mass conversion efficiencies in the horned frog, Ceratophrys cranwelli. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 141(3), pp.298-304.

Roe, J.H., Hopkins, W.A. and Jackson, B.P., 2005. Species-and stage-specific differences in trace element tissue concentrations in amphibians: implications for the disposal of coal-combustion wastes. Environmental Pollution, 136(2), pp.353-363.

Snodgrass, J.W., Hopkins, W.A., Jackson, B.P., Baionno, J.A. and Broughton, J., 2005. Influence of larval period on responses of overwintering green frog (Rana clamitans) larvae exposed to contaminated sediments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 24(6), pp.1508-1514.

Punshon, T., Jackson, B.P., Lanzirotti, A., Hopkins, W.A., Bertsch, P.M. and Burger, J., 2005. Application of synchrotron X-ray microbeam spectroscopy to the determination of metal distribution and speciation in biological tissues. Spectroscopy letters, 38(3), pp.343-363.

Metts, B.S., Hopkins, W.A. and Nestor, J.P., 2005. Interaction of an insecticide with larval density in pond breeding salamanders (Ambystoma). Freshwater Biology, 50(4), pp.685-696.

Hopkins, W.A., Staub, B.P., Baionno, J.A., Jackson, B.P. and Talent, L.G., 2005. Transfer of selenium from prey to predators in a simulated terrestrial food chain. Environmental Pollution, 134(3), pp.447-456.

Hopkins, W.A., Snodgrass, J.W., Baionno, J.A., Roe, J.H., Staub, B.P. and Jackson, B.P., 2005. Functional relationships among selenium concentrations in the diet, target tissues, and nondestructive tissue samples of two species of snakes. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 24(2), pp.344-351.

Hopkins, W.A., Winne, C.T. and DuRant, S.E., 2005. Differential swimming performance of two natricine snakes exposed to a cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticide. Environmental Pollution, 133(3), pp.531-540.

Jackson, B.P., Hopkins, W.A., Unrine, J.M., Baionno, J. and Punshon, T., 2005. Selenium speciation in amphibian larvae developing in a coal fly ash settling basin.  Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry: Current Trends and Future Developments, 301, p.225.

 

2004

Unrine, J.M., Jagoe, C.H., Hopkins, W.A. and Brant, H.A., 2004. Adverse effects of ecologically relevant dietary mercury exposure in southern leopard frog (Rana sphenocephala) larvae. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 23(12), pp.2964-2970.

Roe, J.H., Hopkins, W.A., Snodgrass, J.W. and Congdon, J.D., 2004. The influence of circadian rhythms on pre-and post-prandial metabolism in the snake Lamprophis fuliginosus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 139(2), pp.159-168.

Roe, J.H., Hopkins, W.A., Baionno, J.A., Staub, B.P., Rowe, C.L. and Jackson, B.P., 2004. Maternal transfer of selenium in Alligator mississippiensis nesting downstream from a coal burning power plant. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 23(8), pp.1969-1972.

Sever, D.M. and Hopkins, W.A., 2004. Oviductal sperm storage in the ground skink Scincella laterale Holbrook (Reptilia: Scincidae). Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Comparative Experimental Biology, 301(7), pp.599-611.

Hopkins, W.A., Staub, B.P., Baionno, J.A., Jackson, B.P., Roe, J.H. and Ford, N.B., 2004. Trophic and maternal transfer of selenium in brown house snakes (Lamprophis fuliginosus). Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 58(3), pp.285-293.

Hopkins, W.A., Staub, B.P., Snodgrass, J.W., Taylor, B.E., DeBiase, A.E., Roe, J.H., Jackson, B.P. and Congdon, J.D., 2004. Responses of benthic fish exposed to contaminants in outdoor microcosms—examining the ecological relevance of previous laboratory toxicity tests. Aquatic Toxicology, 68(1), pp.1-12.

Snodgrass, J.W., Hopkins, W.A., Broughton, J., Gwinn, D., Baionno, J.A. and Burger, J., 2004. Species-specific responses of developing anurans to coal combustion wastes. Aquatic Toxicology, 66(2), pp.171-182.

Dorcas, M.E., Hopkins, W.A. and Roe, J.H., 2004. Effects of body mass and temperature on standard metabolic rate in the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus). Copeia, 2004(1), pp.145-151.

Unrine, J.M., Jagoe, C.H., Hopkins, W.A. and Brant, H.A., 2004. Adverse Effects of Ecologically Relevant Dietary Mercury Exposure in Southern Leopard Frog (Rana sphenocephala) Larvae. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 23(12), pp.2964-2970.

Staub, B.P., Hopkins, W.A., Novak, J. and Congdon, J.D., 2004. Respiratory and reproductive characteristics of eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) inhabiting a coal ash settling basin. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 46(1), pp.96-101.

Hopkins, W.A., Roe, J.H., Philippi, T. and Congdon, J.D., 2004. Standard and digestive metabolism in the banded water snake, Nerodia fasciata fasciata. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 137(1), pp.141-149.

 

2003

Litzgus, J.D. and Hopkins, W.A., 2003. Effect of temperature on metabolic rate of the mud turtle (Kinosternon subrubrum). Journal of Thermal Biology, 28(8), pp.595-600.

Bryan, A.L., Hopkins, W.A., Baionno, J.A. and Jackson, B.P., 2003. Maternal transfer of contaminants to eggs in common grackles (Quiscalus quiscala) nesting on coal fly ash basins. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 45(2), pp.273-277.

Snodgrass, J.W., Hopkins, W.A. and Roe, J.H., 2003. Relationships among developmental stage, metamorphic timing, and concentrations of elements in bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 22(7), pp.1597-1604.

Jackson, B.P., Hopkins, W.A. and Baionno, J., 2003. Laser ablation-ICP-MS analysis of dissected tissue: a conservation-minded approach to assessing contaminant exposure. Environmental science & technology, 37(11), pp.2511-2515.

Hopkins, W.A., Snodgrass, J.W., Staub, B.P., Jackson, B.P. and Congdon, J.D., 2003. Altered swimming performance of a benthic fish (Erimyzon sucetta) exposed to contaminated sediments. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 44(3), pp.0383-0389.

Ganser, L.R., Hopkins, W.A., O’Neil, L., Hasse, S., Roe, J.H. and Sever, D.M., 2003. Liver histopathology of the southern watersnake, Nerodia fasciata fasciata, following chronic exposure to trace element-contaminated prey from a coal ash disposal site. Journal of Herpetology, 37(1), pp.219-226.

Rowe, C.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Bridges, C.M., 2003. Physiological ecology of amphibians in relation to susceptibility to natural and anthropogenic factors. Amphibian Decline: An Integrated Analysis of Multiple Stressor Effects, p.9-58

Hopkins, W.A., Tatara, C.P., Brant, H.A. and Jagoe, C.H., 2003. Environmental Toxicology-Relationships between Mercury Body Concentrations, Standard Metabolic Rate, and Body Mass in Eastern Mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) from Three Experimental Populations. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 22(3), pp.586-590.

Bridges, C., Rowe, C.L., and Hopkins, W.A. 2003. Amphibian conservation genetics. In Amphibian decline: An integrated analysis of multiple stressor effects. Linder, G., Krest, S., Sparling, D. (eds). SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL. pp 59-72.

Jackson, B.P., Seaman, J.C. and Hopkins, W., 2003. Arsenic speciation in a fly ash settling basin system. In Chemistry of Trace Elements in Fly Ash (pp. 203-218). Springer, Boston, MA.

Rowe, C.L. and Hopkins, W.A., 2003. Anthropogenic activities producing sink habitats for amphibians in the local landscape: a case study of lethal and sublethal effects of coal combustion residues in the aquatic environment. Proceedings from the Global Decline of Amphibian Populations: An Integrated Analysis of Multiple Stressor Effect. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Racine, Wisconsin, pp.271-282.

 

2002

Rowe, C.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Congdon, J.D., 2002. Ecotoxicological implications of aquatic disposal of coal combustion residues in the United States: a review. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 80(3), pp.207-276.

Jackson, B., Shaw Allen, P., Hopkins, W.A., and Bertsch, P., 2002. Trace element speciation in largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) from a fly ash settling basin by liquid chromatography-ICP-MS. Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 374(2), pp.203-211.

Hopkins, W.A., Snodgrass, J.W., Roe, J.H., Staub, B.P., Jackson, B.P. and Congdon, J.D., 2002. Effects of food ration on survival and sublethal responses of lake chubsuckers (Erimyzon sucetta) exposed to coal combustion wastes. Aquatic Toxicology, 57(3), pp.191-202.

Hopkins, W.A., Roe, J.H., Snodgrass, J.W., Staub, B.P., Jackson, B.P. and Congdon, J.D., 2002. Effects of chronic dietary exposure to trace elements on banded water snakes (Nerodia fasciata). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 21(5), pp.906-913.

 

2001

Hopkins, W.A., Roe, J.H., Snodgrass, J.W., Jackson, B.P., Kling, D.E., Rowe, C.L. and Congdon, J.D., 2001. Nondestructive indices of trace element exposure in squamate reptiles. Environmental Pollution, 115(1), pp.1-7.

Congdon, J.D., Dunham, A.E., Hopkins, W.A., Rowe, C.L. and Hinton, T.G., 2001. Resource allocation based life histories: a conceptual basis for studies of ecological toxicology. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 20(8), pp.1698-1703.

Rowe, C.L., Hopkins, W.A., Zehnder, C. and Congdon, J.D., 2001. Metabolic costs incurred by crayfish (Procambarus acutus) in a trace element-polluted habitat: further evidence of similar responses among diverse taxonomic groups. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, 129(3), pp.275-283.

Rowe, C.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Coffman, V.R., 2001. Failed recruitment of southern toads (Bufo terrestris) in a trace element-contaminated breeding habitat: direct and indirect effects that may lead to a local population sink. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 40(3), pp.399-405.

Hopkins III, W.A., 2001. Effects of coal combustion wastes on survival, physiology, and performance of the benthic feeding fish (Erimyzon sucetta). University of South Carolina.

Rowe, C.L., Hopkins, W.A. and Congdon, J.D., 2001. Integrating individual-based indices of contaminant effects: How Multiple Sublethal Effects May Ultimately Reduce Amphibian Recruitment from a Contaminated Breeding Site. TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 1, pp.703-712.

 

2000

Hopkins, W.A., 2000. Reptile toxicology: challenges and opportunities on the last frontier of vertebrate ecotoxicology. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 19(10), pp.2391-2393.

Ryan, T.J. and Hopkins, W.A., 2000. Interaction of sex and size and the standard metabolic rate of paedomorphic Ambystoma talpoideum: size does matter. Copeia, 2000(3), pp.808-812.

Hopkins, W.A., Snodgrass, J.W., Roe, J.H., Jackson, B.P., Gariboldi, J.C. and Congdon, J.D., 2000. Detrimental effects associated with trace element uptake in lake chubsuckers (Erimyzon sucetta) exposed to polluted sediments. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 39(2), pp.193-199.

Hopkins, W.A., Congdon, J. and Ray, J.K., 2000. Environmental Toxicology-Incidence and Impact of Axial Malformations in Larval Bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) Developing in Sites Polluted by a Coal-Burning Power Plant. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 19(4), pp.862-868.

 

Before 2000

Hopkins, W.A., Rowe, C.L. and Congdon, J.D., 1999. Elevated trace element concentrations and standard metabolic rate in banded water snakes (Nerodia fasciata) exposed to coal combustion wastes. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal, 18(6), pp.1258-1263.

Hopkins, W.A., Mendonça, M.T. and Congdon, J.D., 1999. Responsiveness of the hypothalamo–pituitary–interrenal axis in an amphibian (Bufo terrestris) exposed to coal combustion wastes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and Endocrinology, 122(2), pp.191-196.

Hopkins, W.A., Mendonça, M.T., Rowe, C.L. and Congdon, J.D., 1998. Elevated trace element concentrations in southern toads, Bufo terrestris, exposed to coal combustion waste. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 35(2), pp.325-329.

Hopkins, W.A., Mendonça, M.T. and Congdon, J.D., 1997. Increased circulating levels of testosterone and corticosterone in southern toads, Bufo terrestris, exposed to coal combustion waste. General and comparative endocrinology, 108(2), pp.237-246.

Mendonça, M.T. and Hopkins, W.A., 1997. Effects of arousal from hibernation and plasma androgen levels on mating behavior in the male big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus. Physiological Zoology, 70(5), pp.556-562.

Buttenhoff, P. A. and Hopkins, W.A., 1996.  Predation on scorpions by Anolis carolinensis. Herpetological Review, 27, 19.