Peer-reviewed Articles

25. Rosenblatt, A.E. (in press) Shifts in plant nutrient content in combined warming and drought scenarios may alter reproductive fitness across trophic levels. Oikos.

24. Smith-Ramesh, L.M., Rosenblatt, A.E., & Schmitz, O.J. (2018) Multi-variate climate change can favor larger-bodied herbivores in a model food web. The American Naturalist 191:333-342.

23. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2017) Is it possible to make environmental science relevant to society at-large? Ideas in Ecology & Evolution 10:43-46. PDF

22. Rosenblatt, A.E., Smith-Ramesh, L.M., & Schmitz, O.J. (2017) Interactive effects of multiple climate change variables on food web dynamics: modeling the effects of warming, CO2, and water availability on a tri-trophic food web. Food Webs 13:98-108.

21. Coblentz, K.E., Rosenblatt, A.E., & Novak, M. (2017) The application of a Bayesian hierarchical model for quantifying individual diet specialization. Ecology 98:1535-1547.

20. Schmitz, O.J. & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2017) The temperature dependence of predation stress and prey nutritional stoichiometry. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:73.​​​

19. Matich, P., Ault, J., Boucek, R., Bryan, D., Gastrich, K., Harvey, C., Kiszka, J.J., Heithaus, M.R., Rehage, J.S., & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2017) Ecological niche partitioning within a large predator guild in a nutrient-limited estuary. Limnology & Oceanography 62:934-953.

18. Schmitz, O.J., Buchkowski, R.W., Smith, J.R., Telthorst, M., & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2017) Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient. Ecology 98:1256-1265.

17. González-Solórzano, M., Rosenblatt, A.E., Cupul-Magaña, F.G., Hernández-Hurtado, P.S., Vega-Villasante, F., Hernández-Hurtado, H., Escobedo-Galván, A.H. (2016) Saurochory in the American crocodile: are American crocodiles capable of dispersing viable seeds? Herpetological Bulletin 138, 10-12.

16. Rosenblatt, A.E. & Schmitz, O.J. (2016) Climate change, nutrition, and bottom-up and top-down food web processes. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31:965-975.

15. Schmitz, O.J., Rosenblatt, A.E., & Smylie, M. (2016) Temperature dependence of predation stress and the nutritional ecology of a generalist herbivore. Ecology 97:3119-3130.

14. Rosenblatt, A.E., Crowley, B.T., & Schmitz, O.J. (2016) Linking trophic interactions to plasticity in thermal sensitivity of geographically separated populations of a herbivore. Evolutionary Ecology 30:649-661.

13. Taylor, P., Li, F., Holland, A., Martin, M., & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2016) Growth rates of black caiman (Melanosuchus niger) in the Rupununi region of Guyana. Amphibia-Reptilia 37:9-14.

12. Rosenblatt, A.E., Li, F., Holland, A., Taylor, P., & Kalicharan, L. (2015) Melanosuchus niger (Black Caiman). Diet. Herpetological Review 46:430.

11. Rosenblatt, A.E., Nifong, J.C., Heithaus, M.R., Mazzotti, F.J., Cherkiss, M.S., Jeffery, B.M., Elsey, R.M., Decker, R.A., Silliman, B.R., Guillette Jr., L.J., Lowers, R.H., & Larson, J.C. (2015) Factors affecting individual foraging specialization and temporal diet stability across the range of a large “generalist” apex predator. Oecologia 178:5-16.

10. Rosenblatt, A.E. & Schmitz, O.J. (2014) Interactive effects of multiple climate change variables on trophic interactions: a meta-analysis. Climate Change Responses 1:8.

9. Rosenblatt, A.E., Zona, S., Heithaus, M.R., & Mazzotti, F.J. (2014) Are seeds consumed by crocodilians viable? A test of the crocodilian saurochory hypothesis. Southeastern Naturalist 13:N26-N29.

8. Rosenblatt, A.E., Nifong, J.C., Heithaus, M.R., Parry, M.W., & Mazzotti, F.J. (2014) New record of Everglades mink in Everglades National Park from the stomach of an American alligator. Southeastern Naturalist 13:N22-N25.

7. Rosenblatt, A.E., Heithaus, M.R., Mazzotti, F.J., Cherkiss, M., & Jeffery, B.M. (2013) Intra-population variation in activity ranges, diel patterns, movement rates, and habitat use of American alligators in a subtropical estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 135:182-190.

6. Platt, S.G., Elsey, R.M., Liu, H., Rainwater, T.R., Nifong, J.C., Rosenblatt, A.E., Heithaus, M.R., & Mazzotti, F.J. (2013) Frugivory and seed dispersal by crocodilians: an over-looked form of saurochory? Journal of Zoology 291:87-99.

5. Rosenblatt, A.E., Heithaus, M.R., Mather, M.E., Matich, P., Nifong, J.C., Ripple, W.J., & Silliman, B.R. (2013) The roles of large top predators in coastal ecosystems: new insights from Long-Term Ecological Research. Oceanography 26:156-167.

4. Rosenblatt, A.E. & Heithaus, M.R. (2013) Slow isotope turnover rates and low discrimination values for three tissues in the American alligator: implications for interpretation of ectotherm stable isotope data. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86:137-148.

3. Nifong, J., Rosenblatt, A.E., Johnson, N., Barichivich, W., Silliman, B., & Heithaus, M. (2012) American alligator digestion rate of blue crabs and its implications for stomach contents analysis. Copeia 2012:419-423.

2. Layman, C.A., Araujo, M.S., Boucek, R., Hammerschlag-Peyer, C.M., Harrison, E., Jud, Z.R., Matich, P., Rosenblatt, A.E., Vaudo, J.J., Yeager, L.A., Post, D.M., & Bearhop, S. (2012) Applying stable isotopes to examine food-web structure: an overview of analytical tools. Biological Reviews 87:545-562.

1. Rosenblatt, A.E. & Heithaus, M.R. (2011) Does variation in movement tactics and trophic interactions among American alligators create habitat linkages? Journal of Animal Ecology 80:786-798. (Subject of an NSF Discovery article)

Book Chapters

3. Rosenblatt, A.E. & Nifong, J.C. (2018) Understanding alligator feeding patterns: historical and modern perspectives. In: American alligators: habitats, behaviors, and threats (Henke, S. & Eversole, C.B. eds.). Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 155-174.

2. Nifong, J. & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2018) The use of estuarine and marine habitats by American alligators: physiological limitations, drivers of variation, and ecological implications. In: American alligators: habitats, behaviors, and threats (Henke, S. & Eversole, C.B. eds.). Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 255-280.

1. Lawson, A., Strickland, B.A., & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2018) Patterns, drivers, and effects of alligator movement, behavior and habitat use. In: American alligators: habitats, behaviors, and threats (Henke, S. & Eversole, C.B. eds.). Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 47-78.

Other Contributions

11. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2017) Trump's budget could hurt Jacksonville. Op-ed in The Florida Times-Union, Sep. 6, 2017. Link

10. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2016) Please, no more calls to “drain the swamp.” It’s an insult to swamps. Op-ed in The Washington Post, Dec. 29, 2016. Link

9. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2016) Coping with the spread of Lyme disease. Report prepared for offices of Sen. Chris Murphy, Sen. Pat Toomey, Rep. Rosa DeLauro, Rep. Elizabeth Esty, and Rep. Joe Pitts.

8. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2015) Effects of stormwater runoff in Connecticut. Report prepared for the Environment Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly.

7. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2015) The negative effects of plastics on ecosystems. Report prepared for the Environment Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly.

6. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2015) Pesticides in Long Island Sound and the effects of pesticides on the health of children. Report prepared for the Environment Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly.

5. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2015) Crocodilian stable isotope analysis. In: Crocodilian capacity building manual (Ross, J.P. ed.). International Union for Conservation of Nature, Crocodile Specialist Group.

4. Nifong, J.C. & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2015) Ecological value of crocodilians. In: Crocodilian capacity building manual (Ross, J.P. ed.). International Union for Conservation of Nature, Crocodile Specialist Group.

3. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2013) Factors influencing movements and foraging ecology of American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) in a dynamic subtropical coastal ecosystem. PhD dissertation, Florida International University. PDF

2. Dewsbury, B.M, Lowenstein, M.K., & Rosenblatt, A.E. (2011) Biology without borders: an integrative strategy for increasing conceptual resonance among biology majors. In: Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching (McMahon, K. ed.), 32:327.

1. Rosenblatt, A.E. (2006) Parental risk-taking behaviors in tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor). Honors thesis, Oberlin College.