Heather Kharouba
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Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient
V Radchuk, T Reed, C Teplitsky, M van de Pol, A Charmantier, C Hassall, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 3109, 2019
Global shifts in the phenological synchrony of species interactions over recent decades
HM Kharouba, J Ehrlén, A Gelman, K Bolmgren, JM Allen, SE Travers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (20), 5211-5216, 2018
A bioenergetic framework for the temperature dependence of trophic interactions
B Gilbert, TD Tunney, KS McCann, JP DeLong, DA Vasseur, V Savage, ...
Ecology letters 17 (8), 902-914, 2014
The macroecological contribution to global change solutions
JT Kerr, HM Kharouba, DJ Currie
science 316 (5831), 1581-1584, 2007
Variability in plant nutrients reduces insect herbivore performance
WC Wetzel, HM Kharouba, M Robinson, M Holyoak, R Karban
Nature 539 (7629), 425-427, 2016
A synthesis of transplant experiments and ecological niche models suggests that range limits are often niche limits
JA Lee‐Yaw, HM Kharouba, M Bontrager, C Mahony, AM Csergő, ...
Ecology letters 19 (6), 710-722, 2016
The mechanisms of phenology: the patterns and processes of phenological shifts
HE Chmura, HM Kharouba, J Ashander, SM Ehlman, EB Rivest, LH Yang
Ecological monographs 89 (1), e01337, 2019
Predicting the future of species diversity: macroecological theory, climate change, and direct tests of alternative forecasting methods
AC Algar, HM Kharouba, ER Young, JT Kerr
Ecography 32 (1), 22-33, 2009
Historical ecology: using unconventional data sources to test for effects of global environmental change
M Vellend, CD Brown, HM Kharouba, JL McCune, IH Myers‐Smith
American Journal of Botany 100 (7), 1294-1305, 2013
Historically calibrated predictions of butterfly species' range shift using global change as a pseudo‐experiment
HM Kharouba, AC Algar, JT Kerr
Ecology 90 (8), 2213-2222, 2009
Disconnects between ecological theory and data in phenological mismatch research
HM Kharouba, EM Wolkovich
Nature Climate Change 10 (5), 406-415, 2020
Using insect natural history collections to study global change impacts: challenges and opportunities
HM Kharouba, JMM Lewthwaite, R Guralnick, JT Kerr, M Vellend
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1763), 20170405, 2019
Predicting the sensitivity of butterfly phenology to temperature over the past century
HM Kharouba, SR Paquette, JT Kerr, M Vellend
Global Change Biology 20 (2), 504-514, 2014
Insect development, thermal plasticity and fitness implications in changing, seasonal environments
LB Buckley, AJ Arakaki, AF Cannistra, HM Kharouba, JG Kingsolver
Integrative and comparative biology 57 (5), 988-998, 2017
The ice age ecologist: testing methods for reserve prioritization during the last global warming
JW Williams, HM Kharouba, S Veloz, M Vellend, J McLachlan, Z Liu, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (3), 289-301, 2013
Just passing through: Global change and the conservation of biodiversity in protected areas
HM Kharouba, JT Kerr
Biological Conservation 143 (5), 1094-1101, 2010
Flowering time of butterfly nectar food plants is more sensitive to temperature than the timing of butterfly adult flight
HM Kharouba, M Vellend
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (5), 1311-1321, 2015
The effects of experimental warming on the timing of a plant–insect herbivore interaction
HM Kharouba, M Vellend, RM Sarfraz, JH Myers
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (3), 785-796, 2015
Do ecological differences between taxonomic groups influence the relationship between species’ distributions and climate? A global meta‐analysis using species distribution models
HM Kharouba, JL McCune, W Thuiller, B Huntley
Ecography 36 (6), 657-664, 2013
Patterns and biases in an Arctic herbarium specimen collection: Implications for phenological research
ZA Panchen, J Doubt, HM Kharouba, MO Johnston
Applications in Plant Sciences 7 (3), e01229, 2019
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