Muir, A.P., Kilbride, E. and Mable, B.K (2015) Spatial variation in species composition of Saprolegnia, a parastic oomycete of amphibian eggs. The Herpetological Journal 25: 257-263

Muir, A. P., Biek, R. and Mable, B. K. (2014) Behavioral and physiological adaptations to low-temperature environments in the common frog, Rana temporaria. BMC Evolutionary Biology14:110 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-14-110 "highly accessed"

Muir A.P., Biek R., Thomas R. & Mable B.K. (2014) Local adaptation with high gene flow: temperature parameters drive adaptation to altitude in the common frog (Rana temporaria) Molecular Ecology, 23(3), 561-574. Available open access: DOI: 10.1111/mec.12624

Muir A.P., Thomas R., Biek R. & Mable B.K. (2013) Using genetic variation to infer associations with climate in the common frog, Rana temporaria. Molecular Ecology. 22(14), 3737-3751 DOI: 10.1111/mec.12334

Muir, A.P. & Muir, M.C.A. (2011) A New Rapid Assessment Technique for Amphibians: Introduction of the Species List Technique from San José de Payamino, Ecuador. Herpetological Review, 42, 149- 151.

Royan, A., Muir, A.P. & Downie, J.R. (2010) Variability in escape trajectory in the Trinidadian stream frog and two treefrogs at different life-history stages. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 88 (9), 922-934.

Downie, J.R., Hancock, E.G. & Muir, A.P. (2010) The diet of the paradoxical frog Pseudis paradoxa in Trinidad, West Indies. Herpetological Journal, 20 (2), 111-114.

Froglife Biannual Newsletter 2012 “Special issue on amphibians and climate change: invited newsletter introduction”

IUCN Amphibian Specialist Group 'Froglog' Volume 97 2011 “A New Rapid Assessment Technique for Amphibians”

Glasgow Natural History Society Newsletter Article 2010 “Understanding Scottish amphibians and the impact of environmental change”

Ben Lawers Nature Reserve Newsletter Article 2010 “Amphibian research using Ben Lawers altitudinal gradient”

Scottishfrogs.co.uk blog articles

47th Population Genetics Group Meeting 2014, Bath, UK "Population genomics and transcriptomics of Sabellaria alveolata: local adaptation and acclimatisation in a changing climate”

Herpetological Workers Meeting 2013, Edinburgh, UK (Invited speaker) “Scottish Frogs in a Changing Climate: Vulnerability and Conservation Implications”

1st Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology 2012, Ottawa, Canada “Local adaptation to temperature with high gene flow in Rana temporaria along altitudinal gradients”

45th Population Genetics Group Meeting 2012, University of Nottingham, UK “Local adaptation in a changing climate: population genetics of the common frog (Rana temporaria) in Scotland.”

87th Meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group 2011: Special session on conservation strategies for changing freshwater habitats, University of Stirling, UK (Invited speaker) “Local adaptation: Scottish frogs in a changing climate”

Herpetological Workers Meeting 2011, Cardiff, UK (Invited speaker) “Local adaptation: Scottish frogs in a changing climate”

BBSRC Summer School in Molecular Evolution and Diversity, Nottingham 2010 “Local adaptation to climate”.