Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Seburn, DC and E Mallon. In press. Has the Eastern Red-backed Salamander (Plethodon cinereus) declined in Ontario? Canadian Field-Naturalist.

Seburn, DC.  2015.  Distribution of the exotic Pond Slider (Trachemys scripta) in Ontario.  Canadian Field-Naturalist. 129:342-348.

Seburn, DC, K Gunson, and FW Schueler.  2014.  Apparent widespread decline of the Boreal Chorus Frog (Pseudacris maculata) in eastern Ottawa.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 128:151-157.

Seburn, DC. 2013.  Effectiveness of crab nets to survey for freshwater turtles in eastern Ontario, Canada.  Herpetology Notes 6:549-551.

Seburn, DC.  2012.  Why didn’t the Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata) cross the road?  Herpetology Notes 5:527-530.

Seburn, DC and K Gunson.  2011.  Has the Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata) declined in western Ottawa, Ontario?  Canadian Field-Naturalist 125:220-226.

Seburn, DC.  2010.  Blanding’s Turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) habitat use during hibernation in eastern Ontario.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 124:263-265.

Seburn, DC, CNL Seburn, and WF Weller.  2008.  A localized decline in the Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata) in eastern Ontario.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 122:158-161.

Seburn, DC.  2003.  Population structure, growth and age estimation of Spotted Turtles, Clemmys guttata, near their northern limit: an 18 year follow-up.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 117:436-439.

Seburn, DC and GP Kershaw.  1997.  Changes in the active layer as a result of a crude oil spill on a Subarctic right-of-way.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 34:1539-1544.

Seburn, CNL, DC Seburn, and CA Paszkowski.  1997.  Northern Leopard Frog dispersal in relation to habitat.  In DM Green (ed).  Amphibians in Decline:  Canadian Studies of a Global Problem.  Herpetological Conservation 1.  Pg. 64-72.

Seburn, DC, GP Kershaw, and LJ Kershaw.  1996.  Vegetation response to a subsurface crude oil spill on a Subarctic right-of-way, Tulita (Fort Norman), Northwest Territories, Canada.  Arctic 49:321-327.