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Agha, M., Lovich, J. E., Ennen, J. R., & Wilcox, E. (2013). Nest-guarding by female agassiz's desert tortoise (gopherus agassizii) at a wind-energy facility near palm springs, california. Southwestern Naturalist, 58(2), 254–257.   
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Drost, C. A., Lovich, J. E., Meulblok, M., Agha, M., Ennen, J. R., & Kliman, K. , Movement, activity patterns, and habitat use of sonora mud turtles (kinosternon sonoriense) at the northern end of their range - abstract. Unpublished paper presented at Program and Abstracts of the Tenth Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles.   
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Lovich, J. E., Yackulic, C. B., Freilich, J., Agha, M., Austin, M., & Meyer, K. P., et al. (2014). Climatic variation and tortoise survival: Has a desert species met its match? Biological Conservation, 169(1), 214–224.   
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Lovich, J., Agha, M., Meulblok, M., Meyer, K., Ennen, J., & Loughran, C., et al. (2012). Climatic variation affects clutch phenology in agassiz’s desert tortoise gopherus agassizii. Endangered Species Research, 19, 63–74.   
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Lovich, J. E., Gibbons, W. J., & Agha, M. (2014). Does the timing of attainment of maturity influence sexual size dimorphism and adult sex ratio in turtles? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 112(1), 142–149.   
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