MSB Division of Mammals

Terry L. Yates Publications

 

 

  1. Yates, T.L. and D.J. Schmidly.  1975. Karyotype of the eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus), with comments on the karyology of the family Talpidae. J. Mamm. 56:902-905.
  2. Yates,T.L., D.J. Schmidly, and K. Culberson. 1976.  The silver-haired bat in Mexico.  J. Mamm. 57:205.
  3. Yates, T.L., A.D. Stock, and D.J. Schmidly. 1976. Chromosome banding patterns and the nucleolar organizer region of the eastern mole (Scalopus aquaticus).  Experientia 32:1276-1277.
  4. Yates, T.L. and D.J. Schmidly. 1977. Systematics of the eastern mole Scalopus aquaticus (Linnaeus) in Texas and adjacent states.  Occ. Papers Mus., Texas Tech Univ. 45:1-36.
  5. Yates, T.L. and D.J. Schmidly.  1978.  Scalopus aquaticus.  Mammalian Species 105:1-4.
  6. Yates, T.L., H.H. Genoways, and J.K. Jones, Jr.  1979.  Rabbits (Genus Sylvilagus) of Nicaragua.  Mammalian 43(1):113-124.
  7. Yates, T.L., R.J. Baker, and R.K. Barnett.  1979.  Phylogenetic analysis of karyological variation in peromyscine rodents.  Syst. Zool. 28(1):40-48.
  8. Yates, T.L., D. B. Pence, and G.K. Launchbaugh.  1979.  Ectoparasites of seven species of North American moles (Insectivora: Talpidae).  J. Med. Ent., 16(2): 166-168.
  9. Johnson, M. L. and T. L. Yates.  1980.  A new Townsend’s mole (Insectivora:Talpidae) from the State of Washington.  Occ. Papers Mus. Texas Tech Univ., 63:1-6.
  10. Peterson, K. E. and T. L. Yates. 1980. Condylura cristata.  Mammalian Species, 129:1-4.
  11. Dolan, P. G. and T. L. Yates. 1981. Interspecific variation in Apodemus from the northern Adriatic islands of Yugoslavia.  Z. Saugetierkunde, 46:151-161.
  12. Hafner, D. J., K. E. Petersen and T. L. Yates.  1981. Evolutionary relationships of jumping mice (Genus Zapus) of the southwestern United States.  J. Mamm., 62(3):501-512.
  13. Yates, T. L. and R. J. Pedersen.  1982.  Moles: Talpidae, pp. 35-49.  In, Wild Mammals of North America: Biology, Management and Economics, J. A. Chapman and G. A. Feldhamer eds.  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  14. Yates, T. L. and I. F. Greenbaum.  1982.  Biochemical systematics of North American moles (Insectivora:   Talpidae).  J. Mamm. 63(3):368-374.
  15. Duszynski, D. W., G. Eastham, and T. L. Yates.  1982. Eimeria from jumping mice (Zapus ssp.): A new species and genetic and geographic features of Z. hudsonius luteus.  J. Parasitology, 68(6):1146-1148.
  16. Jones, J. K., Jr. and T. L. Yates.  1983.  Review of the white-footed mice, genus Peromyscus, of Nicaragua. Occ. Papers Mus. Texas Tech. Univ., 82:1-16.
  17. Hafner, D. J. and T. L. Yates.  1983.  Systematic status of the mohave ground squirrel, Spermophilus mohavensis subgenus Xerospermophilus.  J. Mamm. 64(3):397-404.
  18. Reduker, D. W., T. L. Yates and I. F. Greenbaum.  1983.  Evolutionary affinities among southwestern long-eared Myotis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae).  J. Mamm., 74(4):666-677.
  19. Moore, D. W. and T. L. Yates.  1983.  Rate of enzyme degradation in selected mammals following death.  J. Wild. Man., 47(4):1166-1169.
  20. Yates, T. L. 1983.  The mole that keeps its nose clean.  Cover article, Natural History.  92(11):54-61.
  21. Yates, T. L.  1984.  Insectivores, Elephant Shrews, Tree Shrews and Dermopterans, pp. 117-144.  In Orders and Families of Recent Mammals of the World, S. Anderson and J. K. Jones eds.  John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  22. Yates, T. L.  1984.  The role of voucher specimens in mammal collections: characterization and funding responsibilities.  Acta Zool.  Fennica, 170(2):81-82.
  23. Yates, T. L., M. A. Lewis, and M. D. Hatch.  1984.  Biochemical systematics of three species of catfish (Genus Ictalurus) in New Mexico.  Copeia, 1984(1):97-101.
  24. Benshoof, L., T. L. Yates, and J. W. Froehlich.  1984.  Noteworthy records of mammals from eastern Honduras.  Southwestern Naturalist, 29(4):511-514.  (Includes Spanish summary).
  25. Hartman, G. and  T. L. Yates.  1985.  Scapanus orarius.  Mammalian species, 253;1-5.
  26. Wash, C. D., D. W. Duszynski, and T. L. Yates.  1985.  Eimerians from different karyotypes of the Japanese Wood Mouse (Apodemus spp.), with montgomeryae Lewis and Ball, 1983. J. Parasitology, 71(16):808-814.
  27. Sullivan, R. M., D. J. Hafner, and T. L. Yates.  1986.  Genetics of a contact zone between three chromosomal forms of the Grasshopper Mouse (Genus Onychomys): A reassessment. J. Mammalogy, 67(4):640-659.
  28. Gentz, E. J. and T. L. Yates.  1986. Genetic identification of hybrid camelids.  Zoo Biology, 5(4):.49-354.
  29. Best, T. L. and R. M. Sullivan, J. A. Cook, and T. L. Yates.  1986.  Chromosomal, Genic, and Morphologic Variation in the Agile Kangaroo Rat, Dipodomys agilis (Rodentia: Heteromyidae).  Syst. Zool, 35(3):311-324.
  30. Yates, T. L. 1987. The value and potential of the collections resource.  Pp. 9-17, In, Mammal Collection Management (H. H. Genoways, C. Jones, and O. L. Rossolimo, eds.).  Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Texas, 219pp.
  31. Yates, T. L., W. R. Barber, and D. M. Armstrong.  1987.  Survey of North American collections of Recent mammals.  Supplement. J. Mammalogy, 68(2):1-76.
  32. Reduker, D. W., D. W. Duszynski, and T. L. Yates.  1987.  Evolutionary relationships among Eimeria spp. (Apicomplexa) infecting cricetid rodents.  Can. J. Zool. 65:722-735.
  33. Olds, N., S. Anderson, and T. L. Yates.  1987.  Notes on Bolivian Mammals 3: A revised diagnosis of Andalgalomys (Rodentia, Muridae) and the description of a new subspecies.  Novitates. 2890:1-17.
  34. Anderson, S., T. L. Yates, and J. A. Cook.  1987.  Notes on Bolivian mammals 4: The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia, Ctenomyidae) in the lowlands.  Amer. Mus. Novitates, 2891:1-19.
  35. Yates, T. L., S. Anderson, R. Urjel, and H. Bermudiz.  1988.  The importance of collecting biological specimens in Bolivia.  Bull. CENETROP, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
  36. Yates. T. L. and D. W. Moore.  1990.  Speciation and Evolution in the family Talpidae (Mammalia: Insectivora).  In, The biology of fossorial mammals at the organismal and molecular levels (E. Nevo and O. Reig eds.). Liss/Wiley, New York, Pp. 1-22.
  37. Dragoo, J. W., J. R. Choate, and T. L. Yates.  1990.  Evolutionary and taxonomic relationships among North American arid-land foxes.  J. Mamma., 71:318-332.
  38. Meyne, J., R. J. Baker, H. H. Hobart, T. C. Hsu, O. A. Ryder, O. G. Ward, J. E. Wiley, D. H. Wurster-Hill, T. L. Yates, and R. K. Moyzis.  1990.  Distribution of non-telomeric sites of the telomere repeat sequesnce (TTAGGG) in vertebrate chromosomes.   Chromosoma, 99:3-10.
  39. Wash, C. D., D. W. Duszynski, and T. L. Yates.  1990.  Enzyme variation of Eimeria arizonensis from Peromyscus truei and P. boylii.  J. Protozoology, 37(6):536-540.
  40. Cook, J. A., S. Anderson, and T. L. Yates.  1990.  Notes on Bolivian Mammals 7: The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) in the highlands. Amer. Mus. Novitates, 2980:1-22.
  41. Findley, J. S. and T. L. Yates (editors). 1991.  The Biology of the Soricidae.  Museum of Southwestern Biology, Special Publication 1:1-49.
  42. Yates, T. L., and James Estes.  1991.  Support for Biodiversity research at the National Science Foundation. Canadian Biodiversity, 1(4): 16-19.
  43. Cook, J. A., K. Bestgen, D. Propst, and T. L. Yates.  1992.  Allozymic divergence and systematic status of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow (Hybognathus amarus, Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Copeia, 1992 (1):36-44.
  44. Frey, J., T. L. Yates, D.W. Duszynski, W. L. Gannon, and S. Gardner.  1992. Designation and curatorial management of type host specimens (Symbiotypes) from new parasite species.  Journal of Parasitology, 78(5):930-932.
  45. Ruedas, L., J. Cook, T. Yates, and J. Bickham. 1992. Conservative genome size and rapid chromosomal evolution in the South American Tuco-Tucos (Rodentia:Ctenomyidae). Genome, 36:449-458.
  46. Anderson, S., B. R. Riddle, T. L. Yates and J. A. Cook. 1992. Los mamiferos del Parque Nacional Amboro y la región de Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Special Publications, Museum of Southwestern Biology, No. 2:1-58.
  47. Cook, J. A. and T. L. Yates. 1994. Systematic relationships of the Bolivian Tuco-Tucos, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia:Ctenomyidae). J. Mamm. 75:583-599.
  48. Honeycutt, R. L. and T. L. Yates. 1994. Molecular Systematics, Pp. 288-309, In, (J.R. Choate and E.C. Birney Eds.) Seventy-five years of North American Mammalogy. 433Pp.
  49. Hjelle, B., F. Chavez-Giles, N. Torrez-Martinez, T. L. Yates, J. Sarisky, J. Webb, and M. Ascher. 1994. Genetic identification of a novel Hantavirus of the harvest-mouse Reithrodontomys megalotis. Journal of Virology 68:6751-6754.
  50. Yates, T. L., 1994. Assessing and monitoring biological diversity at the genetic level. Pp. 41-50 In, (M. Yasuno, and M. M. Watanabe, eds.) Biodiversity:its complexity and role. Global Environmental Forum.
  51. Yates, T. L., R. Bradley, and R. L. Honeycutt. 1994. Phylogenetic associations of world talpids (Insectivora:Talpidae) based on 12s Ribosomal RNA sequence:lack of support for a general molecular clock.
  52. Kamiya, M., Y. Oku, H. K. Ooi, N. Nonaka, and T. L. Yates. 1994. Diversity of taeniid parasites transmitted through predator-prey interaction. Pp. 51-59 In, (M. Yasuno, and M. M. Watanabe, eds.) Biodiversity: its complexity and role. Global Environmental Forum.
  53. Matsuzaki, T., K. Matsuzaki., Y. Yokohata, R. Ohtsubo, M. Kamiya, and T. L. Yates. 1994. Breeding of the northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster) as a laboratory animal. Experimental Animals. 43:395-401.
  54. Matsuzaki, T. Y. Yokohata, M. Kamiya, and T. L. Yates, 1994. Laboratory rearing of a hibernating animal, pocket mouse (Perognathus flavus).  Experimental Animals 43:421-425.
  55. Sullivan, R. M. and T. L. Yates. 1995. Population genetics and conservation of relict populations of the Red Squirrel (Genus Tamiasciurus), In (C. Istock and R. Hofmann, eds.) Storm over a desert mountain. University of Arizona Press. Pp. 193-208.
  56. Dickerman, A. W. and T. L. Yates. 1995. Systematics of Oligoryzomys: protein electrophoretic analyses. J. Mamm. 76:172-188.
  57. Parmenter, R. R., S. L. Brantley, J. H. Brown, C. S. Crawford, D. C. Lightfoot, and T. L. Yates. 1995. Diversity of animal communities on Southwestern rangelands: Species patterns, habitat relationships, and land management. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues Vol. IV. Pp. 50-71.
  58. Hjelle, B., B. Anderson, N. Torrez-Martinez, W. Song, W. L. Gannon, and T. L. Yates. 1995. Prevalence and geographic genetic variation of hantaviruses of New World harvest mice (Reithrodontomys): identification of a divergent genotype from a Costa Rican Reithrodontomys mexicanus.  Virology 207:452-459.
  59. Mills, J. N., T. L. Yates, J. E. Childs, R. R. Parmenter, T. G. Ksiazek, P. E. Rollin and C. J. Peters. 1995. Guidelines for working with rodents potentially infected with hantavirus. J. Mamm. 76:716-722.
  60. Yates, T. L. 1996. Tissues, Cell suspensions, and chromosomes. In, (D.E. Wilson ed.) Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press. Appendix 4, Pp. 275-278.
  61. Yates, T. L., C. Jones, and J. A. Cook. 1996. Preservation of voucher specimens. In, (D. E. Wilson, Ed.) Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity:Standard Methods for Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press. Appendix 3, Pp. 265-273.
  62. Palma, R. E. and T. L. Yates. 1996. The Chromosomes of Bolivian Didelphid Marsupials. Occasional Papers The Museum of Texas Tech University No. 162 20pp.
  63. Frey, J. K, and T. L. Yates. 1996. Mammalian Diversity in New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science. 36:4-37.
  64. Yates, T. L., D. E. Wilson, and W. L. Gannon eds. 1997. Life Among the Muses:Papers in Honor of James S. Findley. Special Publication, Museum of Southwestern Biology, No. 3, Pp. 290.
  65. Glass, G. E., J. E. Childs and T. L. Yates. 2000. Ecology of hantavirus rodent hosts. Virology. 28Pp. In Press.
  66. Mills, J. N., T. G. Ksiazek, B. A. Ellis, P. E. Rollin, S. T. Nichol, T. L. Yates, W. L. Gannon, C. E. Levy, D. M.Engelthaler, T. Davis, D. T. Tanda, J. W. Frampton, C. R. Nichols, C. J. Peters, and J. E. Childs.  1997. Patters of Association with Host and Habitat: Antibody Reactive with Sin Nombre Virus in Small Mammals in the Major Biotic Communities of the Southwestern United States. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg.  56(3), 1997, pp. 273-284.
  67. Palma, R. E. and T. L. Yates.  1998. Phylogeny of southern South American mouse opossums (Thylamys, Didelphidae) based on allozyme and chromosomal data. International Journal of Mammalian Biology. Z. Säugetierkunde 63:1-15.
  68. Parmenter, C. A.,T. L. Yates, R. R. Parmenter, J. N. Mills, J. E. Childs, M. L. Campbell, H. L. Dunnum,      and J. Milner. 1998.  Small Mammal Survival and Trapability in Mark-Recapture Monitoring Programs for Hantavirus.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 34(1), 1998, Pp.1-12.
  69. Riddle, B. R., D. L. Propst, and T. L. Yates. 1998. Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Gila Trout, Oncorhynchus gilae: Implications for Management of an Endangered Species. Copeia, 1998, pp. 31-39.
  70. Mills, James N., J.  M. Johnson, T. G. Kslazek, B. A. Ellis, P. E. Rollin, T. L. Yates, M. O. Mann, M. R. Johnson, M. L. Campbell, J. Miyashiro, M. Patrick, M. Zyzak, D. Lavender, M. G. Novak, K. Schmidt, C. J. Peters, and J. E. Childs.  1998.  A Survey of Hantavirus Antibody in Small-Mammal Populations in Selected United States National Parks.  The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 58(4), 525-532.
  71. Parmenter, Cheryl A., T. L. Yates, R. Parmenter, J. Dunnum.  1999.  Long-Term Field Studies of Small Mammals for Hantavirus Antibody Prevalence: Statistical Sensitivity for Detection of Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Rodent Population Densities. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 5910;118-125.
  72. Monroe, Martha C., S. P. Morzunov, A. Johnson, M. Bowen, H. Artsob, T. Yates, C.J. Peters, P. E. Rollin, T. G. Ksiazek, and S. T. Nichol. 1999.  Genetic diversity and distribution of hantaviruses in North   America.  Emerging Infectious Diseases, 5(1):75-86.
  73. Mills, James N., T. L. Yates, T. G. Ksiazek, and J. E. Childs. 1999.  Long-Term Studies of Hantavirus Reservoir populations in the Southwestern United States, Rationale, Potential, and Relevance for Human,Health.  Emerging Infectious Diseases, 5(1):95-101.
  74. Yates, Terry L. 1999.  American Shrew Mole/Neurotrichus gibbsii. Pp. 56-57 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp. 
  75. Yates, Terry L. 1999.  Broad-footed mole/Scapanus latimanus. Pp. 57-58 In, Smithsonian Book of North    American  Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.
  76. Yates, Terry L. 1999.  Townsend’s Mole/Scapanus townsendii. Pp. 60-61 In, Smithsonian Book of North    American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.  750pp.
  77. Yates, Terry L. 1999.  Eastern Mole/Scalopus aquaticus. Pp. 63-64 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.
  78. Kirkland, G. L.jr., G. W. Barrett, M. A. Bogan, J. E. Childs, G. G. Glass, A. Krevitz, L. A. Heaney, T. H.    Horton, T. H. Kunz, T. J. McIntyre, G. R. Michner, J. N. Mills, R. R. Parmenter, A. J. Pinter, J. H. Shaw, S. D. Thompson, B.A. Wunder, and T. L. Yates. 1998. Guidelines for the capture, handling, and care of mammals as approved by the American Society of Mammalogists. Journal of Mammalogy, 79(4):1416-1431.
  79. Baker, R. J. and T. L. Yates. 1998. Net-wielding anachronisms. Science, 282:1048-1049.
  80. Calisher, C. and T. L. Yates. 1999. On naming of new viral species. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 61(6):863-864.
  81. Anderson, S., and T.L. Yates.  2000.  A New Genus and Species of Phyllotine Rodent from Bolivia. Journal of  Mammalogy, 81(1):18-36 .
  82. Ruedas, L. A., J. Salazar-Bravo, J. W. Dragoo, and T. L. Yates. 2000. The importance of being earnest: What if anything, constitutes a “specimen examined?”  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17(1):129-132.
  83. Bayard, V., E. Ortega, A. Garcia, L. Caceres, Z. Castillo, E. Quiroz, B. Armien, F. Garcia, J. Serrano, G. Guerrero, R. Kant, E. Pinifla, L. Bravo, C. Munoz, I.B. deMosca, A. Rodriguez, C. Campos, M.A. Diaz, B. Munoz, F. Crespo, I. Villalaz, P. Rios, E. Morales, J. M. T. Sitton, L. ReneauVernon, M. Libel, L. Castellanos, L. Ruedas, D. Tinnin, and T. L. Yates. 2000. Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome: Panama, 1999-2000.   Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(17):2232- 2233.
  84. Botten, J., R. Nofchissey, H. Kirkendoll-Ahern, P. Rodriguez-Moran, I. A. Wortman, D. Goade, T. L. Yates, and B. Hjelle. 2000. Outdoor facility for quarantine of wild rodents infected with hantavirus. Journal of Mammalogy, 81(1):250-259.
  85. Hjelle, B., and T. L. Yates. 2001. Modeling hantavirus maintenance and transmission in rodent communities.  In, (C. S. Schmaljohn and S. T. Nichols eds.) Current topics in Microbiology and Immunology, Vol. 256:77-90.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  86. Suzan, G., G. Ceballos, J. Mills, T. Ksiazek, and T. Yates. 2001. Serologic evidence of hantavirus infection in Sigmodontine rodents in Mexico. J. of Wildlife Diseases, 37(2): 391 – 393.
  87. Dunnum, J. L., Salazar-Bravo, J., and T. L. Yates. 2001. The Bolivian bamboo rat, Dactylomys boliviensis (Rodentia: Echimyidae), a new record for chromosome number in a mammal.  Mammalian Biology (Z. Saugetierkunde) 66:121-126
  88. Salazar-Bravo, J., Dragoo, J. W., Tinnin, D. and T. L. Yates. 2001.  Phylogeny and evolution of the neotropical rodent genus Calomys: inferences from mitochondrial DNA sequence data. Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution, 20(2):173-184.
  89. Salazar-Bravo, J., Ruedas, L.A. and T.L. Yates. 2002.  Mammalian reservoirs of arenaviruses. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, vol. 262, Arenaviruses I (Oldstone, M. and Buchmeier, M., eds.). Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
  90. Salazar–Bravo, J., Dragoo, J. W., Bowen, M. D., Peters, C. J.,  Ksiazek, T.G. and T. L. Yates. 2002. Natural nidality in Bolivian hemorrhagic fever and the systematics of the reservoir species. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 1:191-199.
  91. Yates, T. L., J. Mills, C. Parmenter, T. Ksiazek, R. Parmenter, C. Calisher, S. Nichol, K. Abbot, J. Young,   M. Morrison, B. Beaty, J. Dunnum, R. Baker, and C. Peters. 2002. The Ecology and Evolutionary History   of an Emergent Disease: Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome.  November cover article, Bioscience. 52(11):989-998.
  92. Yates, T. L. and J. Salazar. 2005. Systematics of the genus Scapanus. In papers in honor of Dr. Bernardo Villla. UNAM Press.
  93. Salazar-Bravo, J, E. Yensen, T. Tarifa, and T. L. Yates. 2002. Distribution, natural history, and conservation of the mammals of the Neotropics. Journal of Neotropical Mammalogy. 9(1):70-78.
  94. Gizelda, K., R. J. Williams, M.S. Burt, L. T. M. de Souza, L.E. Pereira, J. M. Mills, A. Suzuki, I. B. Ferreira, R. P. Souza, V. A. Alves, J. Salazar-Bravo, T. L.Yates, R. Myer, W. Shieh, T. G. Ksiazek, S. R. Zaki, A. S. Khan, and C. J.Peters. 2002.  Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in the State of San Paulo, Brazil, 1993-1998. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 1(3):181–190.
  95. Salazar, Jorge, T. L. Yates, and M. Zalles. 2002. Biodiversity and conservation of Bolivian Mammals, Pp.   65-113. In, (H. Ceballos and J. Simonetti eds.)  Diversity and Conservation of the mammals of the Neotropics. Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, Mexico, D.F., Mexico, 582pp.
  96. Palma, E. R., E. Rivera-Milla, T. L. Yates, P. A. Marquet, and A. P. Meynard. 2002. Phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships of the mouse opossum Thylamys (Didelphimorphia, Didelphidae) in southern South America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 25(2):245-253.
  97. Vetcha, S., E. Wilkins, and T. Yates. 2002. Detection of hantavirus infection in hemolyzed mouse blood using alkaline phosphatase conjugate, Biosensors & Bioelectronics 17:901-909. 
  98. Vetcha, S., E. Wilkins, T. Yates, and B. Hjelle. 2002. Rapid and sensitive handheld biosensor for detection of hantavirus antibodies in wild mouse blood samples under field conditions. Talanta 58:517-528.
  99.  Salazar-Bravo, Jorge, T. Tarifa, L. F. Aguirre, E. Yensen, and T. L. Yates. 2003. Revised checklist of Bolivian mammals. Occasional Papers, The Museum, Texas Tech University, number 220.
  100. Glass, Gregory E., T. L. Yates, J. B. Fine, T. M. Shields, J. B. Kendall, A. G. Hope, C. A. Parmenter, C. J.  Peters, T. G. Ksiazek, C. S. Li, J. A. Patz, and J.N. Mills.  2002.  Satellite imagery characterizes local animal reservoir populations of Sin Nombre virus in the southwestern United States, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99:16817-16822.
  101. Cervantes, Fernando A., C. Lorenzo, and T. L. Yates. 2002. Genic variation in populations of Mexican lagomorphs. Journal of Mammalogy, 83(4):1077-1086.
  102. Tinnin, David S., J. L. Dunnum, J. Salazar-Bravo, N. Batsaikhan, M. S. Burt, S. L. Gardner, and T. L. Yates. 2002. Contributions to the mammalogy of Mongolia, with a checklist of species for the country. Special publication The Museum of Southwestern Biology, 6:1-38.
  103. Dunnum, Jonathan L., J. K. Frey, D. S. Tinnin, J. Salazar-Bravo, and T. L. Yates. 2002. Elevational range   extension for the Hispid Cotton Rat, Sigmodon hispidus, (Rodentia: Muridae). The Southwestern Naturalist, 47(4):637-639.
  104. Parmenter, Robert R., T. L. Yates, D. R. Anderson, K. P. Burnham, J. L. Dunnum, A. B. Franklin, M. T. Friggens, B. C. Lubow, M. Miller, G. S. Olson, C. A. Parmenter, J. Pollard, E. Rexstad, T. M. Shenk, T.R.  Stanley, and G. C. White. 2003. Small-mammal density estimation: A field comparison of grid-based vs. web-based density estimators. Ecological Monographs, 73(1):1-26.
  105. Abramson, G, V. M. Kenkre, T. L. Yates, and R. R. Parmenter. 2003. Traveling waves of infection in the hantavirus epidemics. 2003. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 65:519-534.
  106. Dragoo, J. W., J. Salazar-Bravo, L. J. Layne, and T. L. Yates. 2003. Relationships within the Calomys callosus species group based on amplified fragment length polymorphisms. Biochemical Systematics and  Ecology, 31:703-713.
  107. Hartman, G. D. and T. L. Yates. 2003. Moles: Talpidae, In (G. Feldhamer, B. Thompson, J. Chapman, eds) . Wild Mammals of North America, Second Edition, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London, 30-55.
  108. Salazar-Bravo, J., B. Armien, G. Suzan, A. Armion, L. A. Ruedas, M. Avila, Y. Zaldivar, J. M. Pascale, F. Garcia, and T. L. Yates. 2004. Serosurvey of Wild Rodents for Hantaviruses in Panama, 2000-2002. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 40(1):103-109.
  109. Torres-Pérez, F., Navarrette-Droguett, J., Aldunate, R., Yates, T. L., Mertz, G. J., Pablo, V. A., Ferres, M., Marquet, P. A., Palma, R. E.  2004. Peridomestic Small Mammals Associated with Confirmed Cases of Human Hantavirus Disease in Southcentral Chile. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 70(3):305-309.
  110. Dragoo, J. W., Matthes, D. K., Aragon, A., Hass, C. D., Yates, T.L.  2004. Identification of Skunk Species Submitted for Rabies Testing in the Desert Southwest.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 40(2):371-376.
  111. Ruedas, L. A., Salazar-Bravo, J., Tinnin, D. S., Arrimen, B., Cáceres, L., García, A., Díaz, M. A., Gracia, F., Suzán, G., Peters, C. J., Yates, T. L., Mills, J. N. 2004. Community Ecology of Small Mammal Populations in Panamá Following an Outbreak of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. Journal of Vector Ecology, 29(1): 177-191.
  112. Yates, T. L., Salazar-Bravo, J.  2004. A Revision of Scapanus latimanus, with the Revalidation of a Species of Mexican Mole. Instituto de Biología e Instituto de Ecología, 41: 479-496.
  113. Yates, T.L., J. Salazar-Bravo, and J.W. Dragoo. 2004.  The importance of the tree of life to society.  Pp. 7 – 17 in Assembling the tree of life (J. Cracraft and M.J. Donoghue eds.).  Oxford University Press, New York. 
  114. Palma, R. Eduardo, Rivera-Milla, E., Salazar-Bravo, J., Torres-Pérez, F., Pardiñas, Pardinas, Ulyses, F. J., Marquet, Pablo A., Spotorno, Angel E., Meynard, Andres P., Yates, T. L.  2005. Phylogeography of Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (Rodentia: Sigmodontinae) in Temperate South America. Journal of Mammalogy, 86(1):191-200.
  115. Root, J. Jeffrey, Wilson, Kenneth R., Calisher, Charles H., Wagoner, Kent D., Abbott, Ken D., Yates, Terry L., Kuenzi, Amy J., Morrison, Michael L., Mills, James N, Beaty, Barry J.  2005. Spatial Clustering of Murid Rodents Infected with Hantaviruses: Implications from Meta-Analyses. Ecological Applications, The Ecological Society of America, 15(2), 2005, pp.565-574.
  116. Giuggioli, L., Abramson, G., Kenkre, V.M., Suzan, G., Merce, E., Yates, T.L., Diffusion and Home Range Parameters from Rodent Population Measurements in Panama.2005. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 67:1135-1149.
  117. Yates, Terry L.  2005. Climate and Health: Predicting the Spread and Risk of Infectious Disease. Bioindustry and Environment: Analyses and Recommendations, Edited by The World Life Sciences Forum – BioVision, 4:41-62.
  118. Giuggioli, L., Abramson, G., Kenkre, V.M., Parmenter, R.R., Yates, T.L., Theory of Home Range Estimation from Mark-Recapture Measurements of Animal Populations. 2005. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 240 (2006) 126-135.
  119. Abramson, G., Giuggioli, L., Kenkre, V.M., Dragoo, J.W., Parmenter, R.R., Parmenter, C.A., Yates, T.L. 2006.  Diffusion and Home Range Parameters for Rodents II. Peromyscus maniculatus in New Mexico.  Ecological Complexity 3:64-70.
  120. Dragoo, J., A. Lackey, K. Moore, E. Lessa, J. Cook, and T. Yates. 2006. Phylogeography of the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) provides a predictive framework for research on hantaviruses. Journal of General Virology. 87: 1997-2003.
  121. Gessler, D., Dye, C., Farmer, P., Murray, M., Navin, T., Reves, R., Shinnick, T., Small, P., Yates, T.L., Simpson, G. 2006.  A National Tuberculosis Archive. Science 311:1245-1246.
  122. Salazar-Bravo, Jorge, Phillips, Carleton, J., Bradley, Robert, D., Baker, Robert, J., Yates, Terry, L., Ruedas, Luis, A. 2006.  Voucher Specimens for SARS-Linked Bats. Science, 311:1099-1100.
  123. Glass, Gregory E., Shields, Timothy M., Parmenter, Robert R., Goade, Diane, Mills, James N., Cheek, James, Cook, Joseph, and Yates, Terry L. 2006.  Predicted Hantavirus Risk in 2006 for the Southwestern U.S. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 255:1- 16. 
  124. Frey, Jennifer K., Bogan, Michael, A., Yates, Terry, L., 2007 Mountaintop Island Age Determines Species Richness of Boreal Mammals in the American Southwest. Ecography 30: 231-240.
  125. Giuggioli, L., Viswanathan, G.M., Kenkre, V.M., Parmenter, R.R., Yates, T.L., Effects of Finiteness of Probing Windows on the Interpretation of the Multifractal Spectrum of Random Walks with an Application to Animal Movements. Abstract, dated August 1, 2006. Offprint from EPS Journal, 77 (2007) 40004.
  126. Yates, Terry L., Forecasting the Spread and Risk of Infectious Disease. Contributions of Land Remote Sensing for Decisions about Food Security and Human Health, Workshop Report. National Research Council of the National Academies, January 2007.
  127. Yates, Terry L. An Ecological Solution to a Medical Mystery. National Science Foundation, America’s Investment in the Future. 2000.
  128. Calisher, Charles H., Wagoner, Kent D., Amman, Brian R., Root, Jeffrey, Douglass, Richard J., Kuenzi, Amy J., Abbot, Ken D., Parmenter, Cheryl, Yates, Terry L., Ksiazek, Thomas G., Beaty, Barry J., Mills, James N. 2007. Demographic Factors Associated with Prevalence of Antibody to Sin Nombre Virus in Deer Mice in the Western United States. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 43(1): 1 -11.
  129. Salazar-Bravo, J. and T. L. Yates. 2007. A New Species of Thomasomys (Cricetidae: Sigmodontinae) from Central Bolivia. Pp. 747-774 in Kelt, D. A., E. P. Lessa, J. Salazar-Bravo, and J. L. Patton (eds.). The Quintessential Naturalist: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oliver P. Pearson. University of California Publications in Zoology 134:1-981
  130. Arai, S., Jin-Won Song, Laarni Sumibcay, Vivek R. Nerurkar, Shannon N. Bennett, Cheryl Parmenter, Joseph A. Cook, Terry L. Yates, Richard Yanagihara. 2007. Hantavirus in the short-tailed shrew, North America. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13:1420-1423.
  131. Arai, S., S. Bennett, L. Sumibacay, J. A. Cook, J. Song, A. Hope, C. Parmenter, V. R. Nerurkar, T.L. Yates, and R. Yanagihara. 2008. Phylogenetically distinct hantaviruses in the masked shrew (Sorex cinereus) and montane shrew (Sorex monticolus) in the United States. In Press. Amer. J. Trop. Med. and Hygiene 78:348-351.

 

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