Nash E. Turley
Nash E. Turley
Postdoc, Penn State University
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The ecological importance of intraspecific variation
S Des Roches, DM Post, NE Turley, JK Bailey, AP Hendry, MT Kinnison, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (1), 57-64, 2018
Adaptive geographical clines in the growth and defense of a native plant
EC Woods, AP Hastings, NE Turley, SB Heard, AA Agrawal
Ecological Monographs 82 (2), 149-168, 2012
Community genetics: what have we accomplished and where should we be going?
EI Hersch-Green, NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Interpreting variation to advance predictive restoration science
LA Brudvig, RS Barak, JT Bauer, TT Caughlin, DC Laughlin, L Larios, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1018-1027, 2017
The impact of domestication on resistance to two generalist herbivores across 29 independent domestication events
MM Turcotte, NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
New Phytologist 204 (3), 671-681, 2014
Evolution of mixed strategies of plant defense against herbivores
NE Turley, RM Godfrey, MTJ Johnson
New Phytologist 197 (2), 359-361, 2013
Contemporary evolution of plant growth rate following experimental removal of herbivores
NE Turley, WC Odell, H Schaefer, G Everwand, MJ Crawley, ...
The American Naturalist 181 (S1), S21-S34, 2013
Dispersal and establishment limitation slows plant community recovery in post‐agricultural longleaf pine savannas
NE Turley, JL Orrock, JA Ledvina, LA Brudvig
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1100-1109, 2017
Experimental test of plant defence evolution in four species using long‐term rabbit exclosures
TJ Didiano, NE Turley, G Everwand, H Schaefer, MJ Crawley, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (3), 584-594, 2014
Agricultural land‐use history and restoration impact soil microbial biodiversity
NE Turley, L Bell‐Dereske, SE Evans, LA Brudvig
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (5), 852-863, 2020
Agricultural land‐use history causes persistent loss of plant phylogenetic diversity
NE Turley, LA Brudvig
Ecology 97 (9), 2240-2247, 2016
Habitat patch shape, not corridors, determines herbivory and fruit production of an annual plant
DM Evans, NE Turley, DJ Levey, JJ Tewksbury
Ecology 93 (5), 1016-1025, 2012
Restoration increases bee abundance and richness but not pollination in remnant and post‐agricultural woodlands
S Breland, NE Turley, J Gibbs, R Isaacs, LA Brudvig
Ecosphere 9 (9), e02435, 2018
Plant domestication slows pest evolution
MM Turcotte, AK Lochab, NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
Ecology letters 18 (9), 907-915, 2015
Insects remove more seeds than mammals in first‐year prairie restorations
MC Linabury, NE Turley, LA Brudvig
Restoration Ecology 27 (6), 1300-1306, 2019
Canopy thinning, not agricultural history, determines early responses of wild bees to longleaf pine savanna restoration
K Odanaka, J Gibbs, NE Turley, R Isaacs, LA Brudvig
Restoration Ecology 28 (1), 138-146, 2020
Ecological effects of intraspecific consumer biodiversity for aquatic communities and ecosystems
EP Palkovacs, DC Fryxell, NE Turley, DM Post
Aquatic functional biodiversity, 37-51, 2015
Ecological effects of aphid abundance, genotypic variation, and contemporary evolution on plants
NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
Oecologia 178 (3), 747-759, 2015
Fungal endophytes of Festuca rubra increase in frequency following long-term exclusion of rabbits
JS Santangelo, NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
Botany 93 (4), 233-241, 2015
Habitat edge effects alter ant-guard protection against herbivory
DM Evans, NE Turley, JJ Tewksbury
Landscape ecology 28 (9), 1743-1754, 2013
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