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Grube AM, Stewart JR, Ochoa-Herrera V. (2020). The challenge of achieving safely managed drinking water supply on San Cristobal island, Galápagos. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 228:113547.


Valle CA, Ulloa C, Deresienski D, Regalado C, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Garcia J, Hardesty BD, Skehel A Lewbart GA. (2020). Health status and baseline hematology, biochemistry and blood gas values of Galapagos shearwaters (Puffinus subalaris). J Zoo Wild Med 50(4):1026-1030.


Lewbart GA, Grijalva CJ, Calle PP, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Quezada G, Vera CA, Gentile G, Valle CA. (2019). Health assessment of Conolophus subcristatus, Conolophus pallidus, and C. subcristatus X Amblyrhynchus cristatus hybrid (Galápagos land iguanas). PLoS ONE 14(10):e0222884.


Cerreta A, Vaden SL, Lewbart GA, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Páez-Rosas D. (2019). Increased BUN and glucose in a group of San Cristóbal Galapagos tortoises (Chelonoidis chathamensis). Vet Rec Case Report, 7:3000699.


Nicholas KM, Bentley ME, Terán E, Thompson AL. (2019). Water security in the Galápagos: Socioecological determinants and health implications. EcoHealth.


Thompson AL, Nicholas KM, Watson E, Terán E, Bentley, ME. (2019). Water, food, and the dual burden of disease in Galápagos, Ecuador. American Journal of Human Biology.


Valle CA, Grijalva CJ, Calle PP, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Quezada G, Vera CA, Lewbart GA . (2019). Methods of body temperature assessment in Conolophus subcristatus, Conolophus pallidus (Galápagos land iguanas), and Amblyrhynchus cristatus X C. subcristatus hybrid. PeerJ 7:e6291.


Houck KM , Terán E, Ochoa J, Zapata GN, Gomez AM, Parra R, Dvorquez D, Stewart JR, Bentley ME, Thompson, AL. (2019). Drinking water improvements and rates of urinary and gastrointestinal infections in Galápagos, Ecuador: Assessing household and community factors. American Journal of Human Biology, e23358.


Blaney L, Waldrop J, Ortiz A, Gregory L, Rosado-Cordova M, Sherwood, G. (2019). Partnering for continuing professional development in the Galapagos. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing; 50(9):417-422.


Thompson AL, Houck KM, & Jahnke JR. (2019). Pathways linking caesarean delivery to early health in a dual burden context: Immune development and the gut microbiome in infants and children from Galápagos, Ecuador. American Journal of Human Biology, 31, e23219.


Pera MF, Katz BNH, & Bentley ME. (2019). Dietary diversity, food security, and body image among women and children on San Cristobal Island, Galapagos. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 23(6), 830–838.


Sampedro C, Pizzitutti F, Quiroga D, Walsh SJ, Mena CF (2018). Food supply system dynamics in the Galapagos Islands: Agriculture, livestock, and imports. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 33(1):1-5.


Arguedas-Porras R, Lewbart GA, Deresienski D, Lohmann K, Steinberg D, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Valle CA. (2018). Haematology and biochemistry of the San Cristobal Lava Lizard (Microlophus bivittatus). Conservation Physiology, 6(1):coy046.


Carr, LA, Gittman RK and Bruno JF. (2018). Temperature influences herbivory and algal biomass in the Galápagos Islands. Frontiers in Marine Science 5:279.


Phillips BE, Páez-Rosas D, Flowers JR, Cullen JM, Law JM, Colitz C, Deresienski D, Lohmann KJ, Lewbart GA . (2018). Evaluation of the ophthalmic disease and histopathologic effects due to the ocular trematode Philophthalmus zalophi on juvenile Galápagos sea lions (Zalophus wollebaeki). J Zoo Wild Med 49(3):581-590 .


Valle CA, Ulloa C, Deresienski D, Regalado C, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Garcia J, Hardesty BD, Skehel A, Lewbart GA. (2018). Health status of great frigatebirds (Fregata minor) determined by hematology, biochemistry, blood gases, and physical examination. Conservation Physiology, 6(1), coy034.


Lewbart GA, Cohen E, Hirschfeld M, Muñoz-Pérez JP, García J, Fu A, Chen EP, Lohmann KJ. (2018). Field-based radiographic imaging of marine megafauna: Marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) as a case study. Frontiers In Marine Science.


Gerhard WA, Choi WS, Houck KM, Stewart JR. (2017). Water quality at points-of-use in the Galapagos Islands. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 220(2, Pt B): 485- 493.


Lewbart GA, Griffioen J, Savo A, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Ortega C, Loyola A, Roberts S, Schaaf G, Steinberg D, Osequeda SB, Levy MG, Páez-Rosas D. (2018). Biochemistry and hematology parameters of the San Cristóbal Galápagos tortoise. Conservation Physiology.


Lewbart GA, Cohen E, Hirschfeld M, Muñoz-Pérez JP, García J, Fu A, Chen EP, Lohmann KJ. (2018). Field-based radiographic imaging of marine megafauna: Marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus) as a case study. Frontiers In Marine Science.


Cerreta AJ, Lewbart GA, Diaz R, Vasquez G, Muñoz-Pérez JP, Paéz-Rosas, D. (2018). Chelonoidis chathamensis. Methods of body temperature assessment. Herp Review 49(4):696-697.


Phillips BE, Páez-Rosas D, Flowers JR, Cullen JM, Law JM, Colitz C, Deresienski D, Lohmann KJ, Lewbart GA. (2018). Evaluation of the ophthalmic disease and histopathologic effects due to the ocular trematode Philophthalmus zalophi on juvenile Galápagos sea lions (Zalophus wollebaeki). J Zoo Wild Med 49(3):581-590.


Lewbart GA, Ulloa C, Deresienski D, Regalado C, Muñoz-Pérez, Garcia J, Hardesty BD, Valle CA. (2017). Health status of red-footed boobies (Sula sula) determined by hematology, biochemistry, blood gases, and physical examination. J Zoo Wild Med 48(4):1230-1233.


Muñoz-Pérez JP, Lewbart GA, Hirschfeld M, Denkinger J, Castañeda JG, García J, Lohmann KJ. (2017). Blood gases, biochemistry, and haematology of Galápagos hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata). Conservation Physiology 5(1):cox028.


Lewbart GA, Valle C, Muñoz-Perez J. (2017). Microlophus indefatigabilis diet. Herp Review 48(4):851-852.


Lewbart GA, Hirschfeld M, Ricuarte O, Lohmann KJ. (2017). Amblyrhynchus cristatus diet. Herp Review 48(2):439.


Pizzitutti F, Walsh SJ, Rindfuss RR, Reck G, Quiroga D, Tippett R, Mena CF. (2017). Scenario planning for tourism management: A participatory and system dynamics model applied to the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25(8): 1117-1137. 


Walsh SJ, and Mena CF. (2016). Interactions of social, terrestrial, and marine sub-systems in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Sackler Colloquium on Coupled Human and Environmental Systems (Social Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Sustainability Science), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(51): 14536-14543.


Waldrop J, Page R, & Bentley M. (2016). Perceptions of body size in mothers and their young children in the Galapagos Islands . Maternal and Child Health Journal, 20, 2012-2018.


Paéz-Rosas D, Hirschfeld M, Deresienski D, Lewbart GA. (2016). Health status of Galápagos sea lions (Zalophus wollebaeki) on San Cristobal Island rookeries determined by hematology, biochemistry, blood gases, and physical examination. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 52(1):100-105.


Lewbart GA, Hirschfeld M, Muñoz J, Denkinger J, Vinueza L, Brothers JR, García J, Lohmann. (2015). Blood gases, biochemistry, and hematology of marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus). Conservation Physiology 3(1):cov034.


Overbey KN, Hatcher SM, Stewart JR. (2015). Water quality and antibiotic resistance at beaches of the Galápagos Islands. Frontiers in Public Health. 3(64).


Bruno, JF, Carr LA, O’Connor MI. (2015). Marine Metabolic Ecology: Exploring the role of temperature in the ocean through metabolic scaling. Ecology 96:3126-3140.


Lewbart GA, Hirschfeld M, Denkinger J, Vasco K, Guevara N, García J, Muñoz J, Lohmann, KJ. (2014). Blood gases, biochemistry, and hematology of Galápagos green turtles (Chelonia mydas). PLoS ONE. 9(5): e96487.


Page, R, Bentley, ME, & Waldrop, J. (2013). People Live Here: Maternal and Child Health on Isla Isabela, Galapagos. In S. J. Walsh & C. F. Mena (Eds.), Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands: Frameworks & Perspectives (pp. 141–153). New York: Springer.


Carr, LA, and Bruno JF. (2013). Warming increases the top-down effects and metabolism of a subtidal herbivore. PeerJ 1:e109.


Carr, LA, Stier AC, Fietz K, Montero I, Gallagher AJ, Bruno JF. (2013). Illegal shark fishing in the Galapagos marine reserve. Marine Policy 39: 317-321.