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Variable effects of temperature on insect herbivory. PeerJ. 2:e376.. 2014.
Responses of plant phenology, growth, defense, and reproduction to interactive effects of warming and insect herbivory. Ecology. 98. 2017.
Differing nutritional constraints of consumers across ecosystems. Oecologia. 174:1367–1376.. 2014.
Insect herbivores increase mortality and reduce tree seedling growth of some species in temperate forest canopy gaps. PeerJ. 5:e3102.. 2017.
Increased temperature alters feeding behavior of a generalist herbivore. Oikos. 122:1669–1678.. 2013.
Quantifying Differences Between Native and Introduced Species. Trends in ecology & evolution. 31:372–381.. 2016.
Temperature-induced mismatches between consumption and metabolism reduce consumer fitness. Ecology. 93:2483–2489.. 2012.
Predictive functional profiling of microbial communities using 16S rRNA marker gene sequences. Nature biotechnology. 31:814–821.. 2013.
Newly dominant benthic invertebrates reshape competitive networks on contemporary Caribbean reefs. Coral Reefs. :1–12.. 2019.
Near-term impacts of coral restoration on target species, coral reef community structure, and ecological processes. Restoration Ecology. 27:1166–1176.. 2019.
A response to Doropoulos and Babcock. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 16:559–560.. 2018.
Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:129–139.. 2017.
Harnessing ecological processes to facilitate coral restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.. 2018.
Density dependence drives habitat production and survivorship of Acropora cervicornis used for restoration on a Caribbean coral reef. Frontiers in Marine Science. 3. 2016.
Few Herbivore Species Consume Dominant Macroalgae on a Caribbean Coral Reef. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:676.. 2020.