Strickland, BA, PJ Flood, JL Kline, FJ Mazzotti, MR Heithaus, JC Trexler. 2023. An apex predator engineers wetland food-web heterogeneity through nutrient enrichment and habitat modification. Journal of Animal Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.13939.
Carvallo, FR, BA Strickland, SK Kinard, BK Reese, JD Hogan, CJ Patrick. 2022. Structure and functional composition of macroinvertebrate communities in coastal plain streams across a precipitation gradient. Freshwater Biology 67 (10), 1725-1738.
Patrick, CJ, et al. (BA Strickland). 2022. A general pattern of trade-offs between ecosystem resistance and resilience to tropical cyclones. Science Advances 8(9), 10.1126/sciadv.abl9155.
Strickland, BA, K Gastrich, J Beauchamp, FJ Mazzotti, MR Heithaus. 2022. Effects of hydrology on the movements of a large-bodied predator in a managed freshwater marsh. Hydrobiologia 849 (4), 861–878.
van Zinnicq Bergmann, MPM, BD Postaire, K Gastrich, MR Heithaus, LA Hoopes, K Lyons, YP Papastamatiou, EVC Schneider, BA Strickland, BS Talwar, DD Chapman, J Bakker. 2021. Elucidating shark diets with DNA metabarcoding from cloacal swabs. Molecular Ecology Resources doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.13315.
Matich, P, RJ Nowicki, J Davis, JA Mohan, JD Plumlee, BA Strickland, TC TinHan, RJD Wells, M Fisher. 2020. Does proximity to freshwater refuge influence the body size structure of an estuarine predator (Carcharhinus leucas) in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico? Marine and Freshwater Research doi: 10.1071/MF19346.
Strickland, BA. 2020. Beyond predation: How do consumers mediate bottom-up processes in ecosystems? PhD Dissertation, Florida International University.
Hogan, JA, et al. (BA Strickland). 2020. A research framework to integrate cross-ecosystem responses to tropical cyclones. Bioscience 70(6): 477–489.
Matich, P, BA Strickland, MR Heithaus. 2020. Long-term monitoring provides insight into estuarine top predator (Carcharhinus leucas) resilience following an extreme weather event. Marine Ecology Progress Series 639:169–183.
Strickland, BA, K Gastrich, FJ Mazzotti, JA Massie, V Paz, N Viadero, JS Rehage, MR Heithaus. 2020. Variation in movement behaviors of alligators after a major hurricane. Animal Biotelemetry 8(7): 1–10.
Massie, JA, BA Strickland, RO Santos, J Hernandez, N Viadero, RE Boucek, H Willoughby, MR Heithaus, JS Rehage. 2019. Going downriver: patterns and cues in hurricane-driven movements of common snook in a subtropical coastal river. Estuaries and Coasts doi: 10.1007/s12237-019-00617-y.
Strickland, BA, JA Massie, N Viadero, R Santos, V Paz, KR Gastrich, P O’Donnell, A Kroetz, DT Ho, JS Rehage, MR Heithaus. 2019. Movements of juvenile bull sharks in response to a major hurricane within a tropical estuarine nursery area. Estuaries and Coasts doi: 10.1007/s12237-019-00600-7.
Strickland, BA, FJ Vilella, R Flynt. 2018. Long-term spotlight surveys of American alligators in Mississippi, USA. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 13(2): 331–340.
Lawson, AJ, BA Strickland, AE Rosenblatt. 2018. Patterns, drivers, and effects of alligator movements. In American Alligators: Habitats, Behaviors, and Threats. Eds: C.B. Eversole and S.E. Henke. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, USA.
Strickland, BA, FJ Vilella, JL Belant. 2016. Scale-dependent habitat selection and size-based dominance in adult male American alligators. PLoS ONE 11(9): e0161814. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161814
Strickland, BA. 2015. Spatial ecology and population estimation of the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) in inland systems of Mississippi. MS Thesis, Mississippi State University.
Wisniewski, JM, NM Rankin, DA Weiler, BA Strickland, HC Chandler. 2014. Use of occupancy modeling to assess the status and habitat relationships of freshwater mussels in the lower Flint River, Georgia, USA. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation 17(1): 24–40.
Wisniewski, JM, NM Rankin, DA Weiler, BA Strickland, HC Chandler. 2013. Occupancy and detection of benthic macroinvertebrates: a case study of unionids in the lower Flint River, Georgia, USA. Freshwater Science 32(4): 1122–1135.