Adam Rosenblatt
Adam Rosenblatt
Assistant Professor, University of North Florida
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Applying stable isotopes to examine food‐web structure: an overview of analytical tools
CA Layman, MS Araujo, R Boucek, CM Hammerschlag‐Peyer, E Harrison, ...
Biological Reviews 87 (3), 545-562, 2012
Climate Change, Nutrition, and Bottom-Up and Top-Down Food Web Processes
A Rosenblatt, O Schmitz
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (12), 965-975, 2016
Does variation in movement tactics and trophic interactions among American alligators create habitat linkages?
AE Rosenblatt, MR Heithaus
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (4), 786-798, 2011
The ecological importance of crocodylians: towards evidence‐based justification for their conservation
R Somaweera, J Nifong, A Rosenblatt, ML Brien, X Combrink, RM Elsey, ...
Biological Reviews 95 (4), 936-959, 2020
Factors affecting individual foraging specialization and temporal diet stability across the range of a large “generalist” apex predator
AE Rosenblatt, JC Nifong, MR Heithaus, FJ Mazzotti, MS Cherkiss, ...
Oecologia 178, 5-16, 2015
Interactive effects of multiple climate change variables on trophic interactions: a meta-analysis
AE Rosenblatt, OJ Schmitz
Climate Change Responses 1, 8, 2014
Slow isotope turnover rates and low discrimination values in the American alligator: implications for interpretation of ectotherm stable isotope data
AE Rosenblatt, MR Heithaus
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86 (1), 137-148, 2013
Right on track? Performance of satellite telemetry in terrestrial wildlife research
MPG Hofman, MW Hayward, M Heim, P Marchand, CM Rolandsen, ...
PLoS One 14 (5), e0216223, 2019
Ecological niche partitioning within a large predator guild in a nutrient‐limited estuary
P Matich, JS Ault, RE Boucek, DR Bryan, KR Gastrich, CL Harvey, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 62 (3), 934-953, 2017
Temperature dependence of predation stress and the nutritional ecology of a generalist herbivore
OJ Schmitz, AE Rosenblatt, M Smylie
Ecology 97 (11), 3119-3130, 2016
Frugivory and seed dispersal by crocodilians: an overlooked form of saurochory?
SG Platt, RM Elsey, H Liu, TR Rainwater, JC Nifong, AE Rosenblatt, ...
Journal of Zoology 291 (2), 87-99, 2013
The roles of large top predators in coastal ecosystems: New insights from long term ecological research
AE Rosenblatt, MR Heithaus, ME Mather, P Matich, JC Nifong, WJ Ripple, ...
Oceanography 26 (3), 156-167, 2013
Intra-population variation in activity ranges, diel patterns, movement rates, and habitat use of American alligators in a subtropical estuary
AE Rosenblatt, MR Heithaus, FJ Mazzotti, M Cherkiss, BM Jeffery
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 135, 182-190, 2013
Are Seeds Consumed by Crocodilians Viable? A Test of the Crocodilian Saurochory Hypothesis
AE Rosenblatt, S Zona, MR Heithaus, FJ Mazzotti
Southeastern Naturalist 13 (3), N26-N29, 2014
Interactive effects of multiple climate change variables on food web dynamics: modeling the effects of changing temperature, CO2, and water availability on a tri-trophic food web
AE Rosenblatt, LM Smith-Ramesh, OJ Schmitz
Food Webs 13, 98-108, 2017
The application of Bayesian hierarchical models to quantify individual diet specialization
KE Coblentz, AE Rosenblatt, M Novak
Ecology 98 (6), 1535-1547, 2017
American alligator digestion rate of blue crabs and its implications for stomach contents analysis
JC Nifong, AE Rosenblatt, NA Johnson, W Barichivich, BR Silliman, ...
Copeia 2012 (3), 419-423, 2012
Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient
OJ Schmitz, RW Buchkowski, JR Smith, M Telthorst, AE Rosenblatt
Ecology 98 (5), 1256-1265, 2017
Shifts in plant nutrient content in combined warming and drought scenarios may alter reproductive fitness across trophic levels
AE Rosenblatt
Oikos 127 (12), 1853-1862, 2018
The temperature dependence of predation stress and prey nutritional stoichiometry
OJ Schmitz, A Rosenblatt
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 73, 2017
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