Scott Weir
Scott Weir
Queens University of Charlotte
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Ecological risk of anthropogenic pollutants to reptiles: evaluating assumptions of sensitivity and exposure
SM Weir, JG Suski, CJ Salice
Environmental Pollution 158 (12), 3596-3606, 2010
Pesticide regulation amid the influence of industry
MD Boone, CA Bishop, LA Boswell, RD Brodman, J Burger, C Davidson, ...
BioScience 64 (10), 917-922, 2014
High tolerance to abiotic stressors and invasion success of the slow growing freshwater snail, Melanoides tuberculatus
SM Weir, CJ Salice
Biological Invasions 14 (2), 385-394, 2012
Improving reptile ecological risk assessment: Oral and dermal toxicity of pesticides to a common lizard species (Sceloporus occidentalis)
SM Weir, S Yu, LG Talent, JD Maul, TA Anderson, CJ Salice
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34 (8), 1778-1786, 2015
Toward sustainable environmental quality: priority research questions for North America
A Fairbrother, D Muir, KR Solomon, GT Ankley, MA Rudd, ABA Boxall, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (8), 1606-1624, 2019
Scientific Opinion on the state of the science on pesticide risk assessment for amphibians and reptiles
EFSA Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues (PPR), ...
EFSA Journal 16 (2), e05125, 2018
Unraveling the relative importance of oral and dermal contaminant exposure in reptiles: insights from studies using the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis)
SM Weir, LG Talent, TA Anderson, CJ Salice
PloS one 9 (6), e99666, 2014
Acute toxicity and risk to lizards of rodenticides and herbicides commonly used in New Zealand
SM Weir, S Yu, A Knox, LG Talent, JM Monks, CJ Salice
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 40 (3), 342-350, 2016
The effects of pesticide exposure on ultraviolet-B radiation avoidance behavior in tadpoles
S Yu, SM Weir, GP Cobb, JD Maul
Science of the Total Environment 481, 75-80, 2014
Acute toxicity of herbicide formulations and chronic toxicity of technical‐grade trifluralin to larval green frogs (Lithobates clamitans)
SM Weir, S Yu, CJ Salice
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 31 (9), 2029-2034, 2012
Mercury concentrations in wetlands associated with coal-fired power plants
SM Weir, RS Halbrook, DW Sparling
Ecotoxicology 19 (2), 306-316, 2010
Phthalate ester leachates in aquatic mesocosms: implications for ecotoxicity studies of endocrine disrupting compounds
SM Weir, KJ Wooten, PN Smith, CJ Salice
Chemosphere 103, 44-50, 2014
Insights into reptile dermal contaminant exposure: reptile skin permeability to pesticides
SM Weir, LG Talent, TA Anderson, CJ Salice
Chemosphere 154, 17-22, 2016
Nondietary routes of exposure in ecological risk assessment: not just for the birds
CJ Salice, SM Weir
Integrated environmental assessment and management 7 (4), 687-688, 2011
Integrating copper toxicity and climate change to understand extinction risk to two species of pond‐breeding anurans
SM Weir, DE Scott, CJ Salice, SL Lance
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1721-1732, 2016
Managing the risk of invasive species: How well do functional traits determine invasion strategy and success?
SM Weir, CJ Salice
Integrated environmental assessment and management 7 (2), 299-300, 2011
Investigating spatial patterns of mercury and rodenticide residues in raptors collected near the Charlotte, NC, USA, metropolitan area
SM Weir, JF Thomas, DN Blauch
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (33), 33153-33161, 2018
Organochlorine pesticides in squamate reptiles from southern Arizona, USA
SM Weir, M Dobrovolny, C Torres, C Torres, M Goode, TR Rainwater, ...
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 90 (6), 654-659, 2013
Interspecific variation in nematode responses to metals
A Heaton, E Faulconer, E Milligan, MB Kroetz, SM Weir, S Glaberman
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 39 (5), 1006-1016, 2020
Acute toxicity of copper to the larval stage of three species of ambystomatid salamanders
SM Weir, S Yu, DE Scott, SL Lance
Ecotoxicology 28 (9), 1023-1031, 2019
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