Publications

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Peer-reviewed publications:

Resasco J, Tuff KT, Cunningham SA, Melbourne BA, Hicks AL, Newsome SD, and Davies.  Generalist predator’s niche shifts reveal ecosystem changes in an experimentally fragmented landscape. in review.

Resasco J , Bruna EM, Haddad NM, Banks-Leite C, and Margules CR. (2017) The contribution of theory and experiments to conservation in fragmented landscapes. Ecography (Habitat Fragmentation Special Issue)40(1): 109-118. Link

Brudvig, LA, Leroux SJ, Albert CA, Bruna EM, Davies KF, Ewers RM, Levey DJ, Pardini R, and Resasco J. (2017) Evaluating conceptual models of landscape change. Ecography (Habitat Fragmentation Special Issue). 40(1): 74–84Link.

Gibb H, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ, Grossman BF, Photakis M, Abril S, Agosti D, Andersen AN, Angulo E, Armbrecht I, Arnan X, Baccaro FB, Bishop TR, Boulay R, Brühl C, Castracani C, Cerdá X, Del Toro I, Delsinne T, Diaz M, Donoso DA, Ellison AM, Enriquez ML, Fayle TM, Feener DH, Fisher BL, Fisher R, Fitzpatrick MC, Gómez C, Gotelli NJ, Gove A, Grasso DA, Groc S, Guenard B, Gunawardene N, Heterick B, Hoffmann B, Janda M, Jenkins C, Kaspari M, Klimes P, Lach L, Laeger T, Lattke J, Leponce M, Lessard J, Longino J, Lucky A, Luke SH, Majer J, McGlynn TP, Menke S, Mezger D, Mori A, Moses J, Munyai TC, Pacheco R, Paknia O, Pearce-Duvet J, Pfeiffer M, Philpott SM, Resasco J, Retana J, Silva RR, Sorger MD, Souza J, Suarez A, Tista M, Vasconcelos HL, Vonshak M, Weiser MD, Yates M, and Parr CL. (2017) A global database of ant species abundances. (data paper) Ecology. 98(3): 883–884. Link.

Chandler JL, Orrock JL, and Resasco J. (2016) Invasive ants generate heterogeneity in patterns of seed survival. American Midland Naturalist.  176(2):289-297. pdf.

Jones HI and Resasco J. (2016) A new species of Hedruris (Nematoda: Hedruridae), from the Australian skink Lampropholis guichenoti (Reptilia: Scincidae). Comparative Parasitology 83:173-177. pdf.

Haddad NM, Brudvig LA, Damschen, Evans DM, Johnson BL, Levey DJ, Orrock JL, Resasco J, Sullivan LL, Tewksbury JJ, Wagner SA, and Weldon AJ. (2014) A review of the potential negative ecological effects of landscape corridors. Conservation Biology 28:1178-1187. pdf. BioScience article

Resasco J, Haddad NM, Shoemaker DD, Orrock JL, Brudvig LA, EI Damschen, Tewksbury JJ, and Levey DJ. (2014) Landscape corridors can increase invasion by an exotic species and reduce diversity of native species. Ecology 95:2033–2039. pdf. UF press release. NSF press release. Conservation Magazine pressBioScience article

Resasco J, Pelini SL, Stuble KL, Sanders NJ, Dunn RR, Diamond SE, Ellison AM, Gotelli NJ, and DJ Levey. (2014) Using historical and experimental data to reveal warming temperature effects on ant assemblages. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88029. open access full text. Featured in PLoS Ecological Impacts of Climate Change Collection.

Resasco J, Porter SD, Sanders NJ, and Levey DJ. (2014) Assessing the effects of sodium on fire ant foraging in the field and colony growth in the laboratory. Ecological Entomology. pdf

Resasco J, (2013) Field-based and hands-on ecology labs increase undergraduate interest in the natural world. Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 7: 22-25.  open access full text

Resasco J, Levey DJ, and EI Damschen, (2012) Habitat corridors alter trophic position of fire ants. Ecosphere 3: art. 11. open access full text

Callis KL, Christ LR, Resasco J, Armitage DW, Ash JD, Caughlin TT, Clemmensen SF, Copeland SM, Fullman TJ, Lynch RL, Olson C, Pruner RA, Vieira-Neto EHM,  West-Singh R, and EM Bruna. (2009) Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: 177-179. full text

Resasco J, Hale AM, Henry MC, and DL Gorchov (2007) Detecting an invasive shrub in forest understory using remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 28: 3739–3745. pdf

Other writing:

Identifying scales of connectivity using network modularity. ConservationCorridor.org link

When corridors spread invasive fire ants to the detriment of native ants (and when they don’t). ConservationCorridor.org link

Experimentally testing the role of connectivity redundancy on colonization rates. ConservationCorridor.org link

Getting the most connectivity for your buck.
ConservationCorridor.org link