Phd Candidate in Biology Brigham Young University
Member of the Society for Study of Reptiles and Amphibians
Memeber of the American Society of Mammalogists
Glaudas, X., S. R. Goldberg, and B. T. Hamilton. 2009. Reproductive ecology of a cold desert viperid snake from North America, the Great Basin rattlesnake (Crotalus lutosus). Journal of Arid Environments 73:719-725.
Hamilton, B. T. 2009. Bighorn Sheep in the Snake Range: Status and Restoration. The Midden Summer:1-2.
Hamilton, B. T. 2009. Small Mammals in portions of Great Basin National Park Susceptible to Groundwater Withdrawal: Diversity and Stable Isotope Perspectives. Masters Thesis, Department of Biology, Brigham Young University:1-79.
Hamilton, B. T. and R. Colvin. 2009. Geographic Distribution: Agkistrodon piscivorus (Cottonmouth). Herpetological Review 40:454.
Hamilton, B. T. and P. Conrad. 2008. The Sonoran Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis pyromelana infralabialis) in the Great Basin. Iguana 15:86-91.
Hamilton, B. T., S. E. Moore, T. B. Williams, N. Darby, and M. R. Vinson. 2009. Comparative effects of rotenone and antimycin on benthic macroinvertebrate diversity in two streams in Great Basin National Park. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1620-1635.
Hamilton, B. T. and E. M. Nowak. 2009. Relationships between Insolation and Rattlesnake Hibernacula. Western North American Naturalist 69:319-328.
Hamilton, B. T. and D. Richard. 2008. Crotalus oreganus lutosus (Great Basin Rattlesnake). Elevation. Herpetological Review In press.
Horner, M. and B. T. Hamilton. 2009. First Year of Great Basin Rattlesnake Telemetry Study. The Midden Winter:2-3.
Reptiles and mammal biodiversity of the Great Basin, North America