- Ambystoma opacum (Marbled Salamander) and Ambystoma maculatum (Spotted Salamander) ecology
- Four-toed salamander ecology
- Effects of hemlock tree loss due to hemlock woolly adelgid on salamanders in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
- Green Salamander (Aneides aeneus) distribution and factors impacting occupancy in Southwest Virginia
Blackburn, M., J. Wayland, W. H. Smith, J. H. McKenna, M. Harry, M. K. Hamed, M. J. Gray, and D. L. Miller. 2015. First report of ranavirus and Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in green salamanders (Anerides aeneus) from Virginia, USA. Herpetological Review 46:357-61.
Hamed, M. K. and T. F. Laughlin. 2015. Small-mammal mortality caused by discarded bottles and cans along a US Forest Service Road in the Cherokee National Forest. Southeastern Naturalist 14:506-16.
Hamed, M. K. and J. C. Mitchell. 2015. James Albert Organ. Herpetological Review 46:494-96.
Walls, S. C. M. K. Hamed, and J. C. Mitchell. 2014. Historical Perspectives: James Albert and Della Sprague Organ. Copeia 2014:248-50.
Hamed, M. K., M. J. Gray and D. L. Miller. 2013. First report of ranavirus in Plethodontid salamanders from the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, Virginia. Herpetological Review 44:255-7
Pokhrel, L. R., I. Karsai, M. K. Hamed, and T. F. Laughlin. 2013. Dorsal body pigmentation and sexual dimorphism in the marbled salamander (Ambystoma opacum). Ethology, Ecology, and Evolution 25:214-26.
Hamed, M. K. 2012. Studying the Weller's salamander. The Tennessee Conservationist. November/December.
Hamed, M. K., M. J. Gray, and B. Parks. 2012. Plethodon welleri nesting location. Herpetological Review 43:319
Hamed, M. K. 2009. The trematode Riberiroia ondatrae in southeastern amphibians. Southeastern Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Disease, Pathogens and Parasites Task Team, Information Sheet #4.
Hamed, M.K., F.J. Alsop, T. F. Laughlin. 2008. Life History Traits of the Tennessee Dace (Phoxinus tennesseensis) in Northeast Tennessee. American Midland Naturalist 160:289–299.
Hamed, M. K., D. P. Ledford, T. F. Laughlin. 2008. Monitoring Non–breeding Habitat Activity by Subterranean Detection of Ambystomatid Salamanders Implanted with Passive Integrated Transponders (PIT) Tags and a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Antennae System. Herpetological Review 39:303–306.
Hamed, M. K. and T. F. Laughlin. 2007. The Four-Toed Salamander, An Unseen Inhabitant of Tennessee's Seasonal Wetlands. The Tennessee Conservationist, July/August 2007, pp.33-36.
Hamed, M. K., T. F. Laughlin, P. D. Gentry, and J. W. Coffey. 2007. Geographic distribution. Ambystoma opacum (Marbled Salamander). Herpetological Review. 38:212.
Semlitsch, R.D., T.J. Ryan. , K. Hamed, M. Chatfield, B. Drehman, N. Pekarek, M. Spath, and A. Watland. 2007. Salamander abundance along road edges and within abandoned logging roads in Appalachian forests. Conservation Biology 21:159-167.
Hamed, M. K. 2006. Tennessee Valley Authority's South Holston Weir Dam Wetland is an Uncommon Haven for Amphibians. The Tennessee Conservationist, March/April 2006, pp.26-30
Hamed, M. K. 2005. Geographic distribution. Pseudacris brachyphona (Mountain Chorus Frog). Herpetological Review. 36:4.
Hamed, M. K. and F. J. Alsop III. 2005. Distribution of the Tennessee Dace, Phoxinus Tennesseensis, in Northeast Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, January 2005, 80(1).
Hamed, M. K. 2004. A Trumpeter Swan's Journey South - The Story of "Tennessee," Trumpeter Swan #612. The Tennessee Conservationist, November/December 2004, pp. 8-11.
Hamed, M. K. and P. D. Gentry. 2003. Geographic distribution. Hemidactylium scutatum (Four-toed Salamander). Herpetological Review. 34:2.
Hamed, M. K. 2002. Tennessee Dace Among State's 17 Protected Minnows. The Tennessee Conservationist, July/August 2002, pp.27-30