Talisin Hammond, Ph.D.Calatayud, N.E., T.T. Hammond, N.R. Gardner, M.J. Curtis, R.R. Swaisgood, D.M. Shier. 2021. Benefits of overwintering in the conservation breeding and translocation of a critically endangered amphibian. Conservation Science and Practice 3 (2).
Jacobs, L.E., T.T. Hammond, P.M. Gaffney, M.J. Curtis, D.M. Shier, B.S. Durrant, A. Righton, C.L. Williams, N.E. Calatayud. 2021. Using reproductive technologies to assess the development of secondary sexual characteristics, ovarian senescence and hermaphroditism in the endangered mountain yellow-legged frog Rana muscosa. Reproduction, Fertility and Development 33(9). 610-614.
Shier, D.M., T.T. Hammond, M.J. Curtis, L.E. Jacobs, N.E. Calatayud, R.R. Swaisgood. 2021. Conservation breeding and reintroduction of the endangered mountain yellow-legged from in Southern California, USA. Pages 65-69 in Global conservation translocation perspectives : 2021. Case studies from around the globe. Edited by P.S. Soorae. IUCN SSC Conservation Translocation Specialist Group, Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi & Calgary Zoo, Canada, Gland, Switzerland.
Hammond, T.T., C.A. Ortiz, J.E. Smith. 2020. Anthropogenic change alters ecological relationships via interactive changes in stress physiology and behavior within and among organisms. Integrative and Comparative Biology (In Press) icaa001.
Hammond, T.T., K.A. Liebman, R. Payne, H.K. Pigage, K.A. Padgett. 2020. Plague epizootic dynamics reflected in multiyear surveillance of Sierra Nevada chipmunk fleas. Emerging Infectious Diseases 26 (4). 801-804.
Hammond, T.T., P.E. Blackwood, S.A. Shablin, C. Richards-Zawacki. 2020. Relationships between glucocorticoids and infection with Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in three amphibian species. General and Comparative Endocrinology 285.
Hammond, T.T., M.J. Curtis, L.E. Jacobs, M.W. Tobler, R.R. Swaisgood. 2020. Behavior and detection method influence detection probability of a translocated, endangered amphibian. Animal Conservation. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/acv.12645.
Labarbera, K., K. Marsh, K. Hayes, T.T. Hammond. 2020. Context-dependent effects of relative temperature extremes on bill morphology in a songbird. Royal Society Open Science 7.
Hammond, T.T., M. Vo, C.T. Burton, L.L. Surber, E.A. Lacey, J.E. Smith. 2019. Physiological and behavioral responses to anthropogenic stressors in a human-tolerant mammal. Journal of Mammalogy 100 (6). 1928-1940.
Hammond, T.T., C.I. Hendrickson, T.L. Maxwell, A.L. Petrosky, R. Palme, J.C. Pigage, H.K. Pigage. 2019. Host biology and environmental variables differentially predict flea abundances for two rodent hosts in a plague-relevant system. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 9. 174-183.
Hammond, T.T., Z.A. Au, A.C. Hartman, C.L. Richards-Zawacki. 2018. Assay validation and interspecific comparison of salivary glucocorticoids in three amphibian species. Conservation Physiology 6 (1).
Hammond, T.T., R. Palme, E.A. Lacey. 2018. Ecological specialization, variability in activity patterns, and response to environmental change. Biology Letters 14 (6).
Hammond, T.T., R. Palme, E.A. Lacey. 2018. Glucocorticoid-environment relationships align with responses to environmental change in two co-occurring congeners. Ecological Applications
Lacey, E.A., T.T. Hammond, R.E. Walsh, K.C. Bell, S.V. Edwards, E.R. Ellwood, R. Guralnick, S.M. Ickert-Bond, A.R. Mast, J.E. McCormack, A.K. Monfils, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, J.A. Cook. 2017. Climate change, collections and the classroom: using big data to tackle big problems. Evolution: Education & Outreach 10(1). 2.
Hammond, T.T., D. Springthorpe, R.E. Walsh, T. Berg-Kirkpatrick. 2016. Using accelerometers to remotely and automatically characterize behavior in small animals. Journal of Experimental Biology 219(11). 1618-24.
Holmes, M.W., T.T. Hammond, G.O.U. Wogan, R.E. Walsh, K. LaBarbera, E.A. Wommack, F.M. Martins, J.C. Crawford, K.L. Mack, L.M. Bloch, M.W. Nachman. 2016. Natural historycollections as windows on evolutionary processes. Molecular Ecology 25. 864-881.
Hammond, T.T., R. Palme, E.A. Lacey. 2015. Contrasting stress responses of two co-occurring chipmunk species (Tamias alpinus and T. speciosus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 211. 114-122.
Rapacciuolo, G., S.P. Maher, A.C. Schneider, T.T. Hammond, M.D. Jabis, R.E. Walsh, K.J. Iknayan, G.K. Walden, M.F. Oldfather, D.D. Ackerly, S.R. Beissinger. 2014. Beyond a warming fingerprint: individualistic biogeographic responses to heterogeneous climate change in California. Global Change Biology 20(9). 2841-2855.