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8. Clifton, I.T., and J.M. Refsnider. Temporal climatic variability predicts thermal tolerance in two sympatric lizard species. Journal of Thermal Biology. PDF


7. Clifton, I.T., A.J. Bagrowski, E.T. Morrissey, and J.M. Refsnider. Thermal biology does not vary with body size in greater short-horned lizards (Phrynosoma hernandesi). Herpetological Review.


6. Refsnider, J.M. T.K. Vazquez, I.T. Clifton, D.M. Jayawardena, and S.A. Heckathorn. Cellular and whole-organism effects of prolonged versus acute heat stress in a montane, desert lizard. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part APDF


5. Clifton, I.T., J.D. Chamberlain, and M.E.Gifford. Role of phenotypic plasticity in morphological differentiation between water snake populations. Integrative ZoologyPDF


4. Refsnider, J.M., I.T. Clifton, and T.K. Vazquez. Developmental plasticity of thermal ecology traits in reptiles: Trends, potential benefits, and research needs. Journal of Thermal BiologyPDF


3. Refsnider, J.M., S.S. Qian, H.M. Streby, S.E. Carter, I.T. Clifton, A.D. Siefker, and T.K. Vazquez. Reciprocally-transplanted lizards along an elevational gradient match light-environment use of local lizards via phenotypic plasticity. Functional EcologyPDF


2. Chamberlain, J.D., I.T. Clifton, and M.E. Gifford. Influence of prey size on reproduction among populations of diamond-backed watersnakes (Nerodia rhombifer). Canadian Journal of ZoologyPDF

1. Clifton, I.T., J.D. Chamberlain, and M.E. Gifford. Patterns of morphological variation following colonization of a novel prey environment. Journal of Zoology. PDF


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