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
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
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
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
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
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
Evolution of mixed strategies of plant defense against herbivores
NE Turley, RM Godfrey, MTJ Johnson
New Phytologist 197 (2), 359-361, 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
Agricultural land‐use history causes persistent loss of plant phylogenetic diversity
NE Turley, LA Brudvig
Ecology 97 (9), 2240-2247, 2016
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
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
Insects remove more seeds than mammals in first‐year prairie restorations
MC Linabury, NE Turley, LA Brudvig
Restoration Ecology 27 (6), 1300-1306, 2019
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
Six years of wild bee monitoring shows changes in biodiversity within and across years and declines in abundance
NE Turley, DJ Biddinger, NK Joshi, MM López‐Uribe
Ecology and Evolution 12 (8), e9190, 2022
Plant domestication slows pest evolution
MM Turcotte, AK Lochab, NE Turley, MTJ Johnson
Ecology letters 18 (9), 907-915, 2015
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
Large ecosystem-scale effects of restoration fail to mitigate impacts of land-use legacies in longleaf pine savannas
LA Brudvig, NE Turley, SL Bartel, L Bell-Dereske, S Breland, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (17), e2020935118, 2021
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
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
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