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Eric Hileman

Assistant Research Professor, Human-Wildlife Interactions

Phone: 662-325-4707  Email: eth152@msstate.edu

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Eric Hileman

2020
Hileman, E. T., B. A. Eichelberger, J. Liske-Clark, P. D. Barnhart, R. N. Reed, A. A. Yackel Adams, M. G. Nafus. 2020. Landscape dominance of introduced herpetofauna on an oceanic island. Global Ecology and Conservation 22:e00984. Download


2018
Bradke, D. R., E. T. Hileman, J. F. Bartman, L. J. Faust, R. B. King, N. Kudla, J. A. Moore. 2018. Implications of small population size in a threatened pitviper. Journal of Herpetology 52:387-397. Download


2018
Bradke, D. R., R. L. Bailey, J. F. Bartman, H. Campa III, E. T. Hileman, C. Krueger, N. Kudla, Y. M. Lee, A. J. Thacker, J. A. Moore. 2018. Sensitivity analysis using site-specific demographic parameters to guide research and management of threatened eastern massasaugas. Copeia 106:600-610. Download


2018
Cramer, K. L., E. T. Hileman. 2018. Survival, abundance, and movement of a synanthropic population of the brown recluse spider, Loxosceles reclusa (Araneae: Sicariidae). Journal of Arachnology 46:420-427. Download


2018
Hileman, E. T., M. C. Allender, D. R. Bradke, L. J. Faust, J. A. Moore, M. J. Ravesi, S. J. Tetzlaff. 2018. Estimation of Ophidiomyces prevalence to evaluate snake fungal disease risk. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:173-181. Download


2018
Hileman, E. T., R. B. King, L. J. Faust. 2018. Eastern massasauga demography and extinction risk under prescribed-fire scenarios. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:977-990. Download


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