CV – Alex Hall (June, 2017)

Hall, A. S., A. M. K. Vázquez-Quinto, E. N. Smith, & A. Ramírez-Velázquez. (Submitted). Evidence for range maintenance and homing in a new world Elapid. [biorXiv preprint]

Hall, A. S. 2016. Origins and maintenance of diversity in a vertebrate parthenogen. Ph.D. Thesis. The University of Texas at Arlington. [source code]

Hall, A. S. 2016. Acute artificial light diminishes central Texas anuran calling behavior. The American Midland Naturalist, 175:183-193. [pdf] [dryad]

Pierce, B. A., & A. S. Hall. 2013. Call latency as a measure of calling intensity in anuran auditory surveys. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 8:199-206. [pdf]

Biagas, T. D., A. S. Hall, A. L. Ritzer, & B. A. Pierce. 2012. Time of day does not affect outcome of visual encounter surveys of a spring-dwelling salamander, Eurycea naufragia. The Southwestern Naturalist, 57:162-165. [pdf]

Hall, A. S. 2011. Artificial lighting and anuran calling behavior. Honors Thesis. Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX.