Brett A. Goodman
Also publishes as (Brett Goodman, B.A. Goodman)
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Goodman, Brett A., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Krockenberger, Andrew K. (2013) Phenotypic integration in response to incubation environment adaptively influences habitat choice in a tropical lizard. American Naturalist, 182 (5). pp. 666-673.
Schwarzkopf, Lin, Barnes, Megan, and Goodman, Brett (2010) Belly up: reduced crevice accessibility as a cost of reproduction caused by increased girth in a rock-using lizard. Austral Ecology, 35 (1). 82 -86.
Goodman, B.A. (2009) Nowhere to run: the role of habitat openness and refuge use in defining patterns of morphological and performance evolution in tropical lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (7). pp. 1535-1544.
Goodman, Brett A., Hudson, Simon C., Isaac, Joanne, and Schwarzkopf, Lin (2009) The evolution of body shape in response to habitat: is reproductive output reduced in flat lizards? Evolution: international journal of organic evolution, 63 (5). pp. 1279-1291.
Uller, T., While, G.M., Wapstra, E., Warner, D.A., Goodman, B.A., Schwarzkopf, L., Langkilde, T., Doughty, P., Radder, R.S., Rohr, D.H., Bull, C.M., Shine, R., and Olsson, M. (2009) Evaluation of offspring size–number invariants in 12 species of lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22 (1). pp. 143-151.
Goodman, Brett A. (2009) Book review of "Lizard Ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode" edited by Stephen M. Reilly, Lance B. McBrayer, and Donald B. Miles, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York. Herpetological Review, 40 (3). pp. 371-374.
Goodman, Brett A. (2009) Glaphyromorphus nigricaudus (NCN): prey piracy. Herpetological Review, 40 (1). pp. 85-86.
Goodman, Brett A., Miles, Donald B., and Schwarzkopf, Lin (2008) Life on the rocks: habitat use drives morphological and performance evolution in lizards. Ecology, 89 (12). pp. 3462-3471.
Gregson, M.A., Pratchett, M.S., Berumen, M.L., and Goodman, B.A. (2008) Relationships between butterﬂyﬁsh (Chaetodontidae) feeding rates and coral consumption on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 27 (3). pp. 583-591.
Goodman, Brett A., and Isaac, Joanne L. (2008) Convergent body fattening in a clade of tropical rock-using lizards (Scincidae: Lygosominae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 94 (2). pp. 399-411.
Isaac, Joanne L., Valentine, Leonie E., and Goodman, Brett A. (2008) Demographic responses of an arboreal marsupial, the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) to a prescribed fire. Population Ecology, 50 (1). pp. 101-109.
Goodman, Brett A. (2008) Glaphyromorphus nigricaudus (NCN): prey piracy. Herpetological Review, 39 (3). pp. 349-350.
Isaac, J.L., Parsons, M., and Goodman, B. A. (2008) How hot do nest boxes get in the tropics? A study of nest boxes for the endangered mahogany glider. Wildlife Research, 35 (5). pp. 441-445.
Isaac, J.L., De Gabriel, J.L., and Goodman, B.A. (2008) Microclimate of daytime den sites in a tropical possum: implications for the conservation of tropical arboreal marsupials. Animal Conservation, 11 (4). pp. 281-287.
Goodman, Brett A. (2007) Divergent morphologies, performance, and escape behaviour in two tropical rock-using lizards (Reptilia: Scincidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 91 (1). pp. 85-98.
Goodman, Brett A. (2007) Microhabitat separation and niche overlap among five assemblages of tropical skinks. Australian Journal of Zoology, 55 (1). pp. 15-27.
Goodman, Brett A., Krockenberger, Andrew K., and Schwarzkopf, Lin (2007) Master of them all: performance specialization does not result in trade-offs in tropical lizards. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 9 (3). pp. 527-546.
Goodman, Brett A. (2006) The effects of maternal size on clutch traits in a tropical invariant-clutch lizard, Carlia rubrigularis (Scincidae). Amphibia-Reptilia, 27 (4). pp. 505-511.
Goodman, Brett A. (2006) Costs of reproduction in a tropical invariant-clutch producing lizard (Carlia rubrigularis). Journal of Zoology, 270 (2). pp. 236-243.
Goodman, Brett (2006) Ecomorphology, microhabitat use, performance and reproductive output in tropical lygosomine lizards. PhD thesis, James Cook University.