Recent Publications (Collaborators: undergrads1, graduate students2, postdocs3, faculty4)


Crowley, P.H., P.C. Trimmer3, W.S. Cuello2, S.M.

   Ehlman2, O. Spiegel3, and A. Sih4. Habitat choice,

   decision thresholds, and human-induced rapid

   environmental change (HIREC). The American

   Naturalist, in press.

Salzman2, T.C., A.L. McLaughlin2, D.F. Westneat4, and

   P.H. Crowley. 2018. Energetic trade-offs and 

   feedbacks between behavior and metabolism

   influence correlations between pace-of-life attributes.

   Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 54-70.

Glover2, K.M., and P.H. Crowley. 2018. Female mate

   choice and the emergence of male coercion.

   Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71: 181-196.

Crowley, P.H., W. Harris4, and E. Korn4. 2017. Optimal

   sex allocation under pollen limitation.  Theoretical 

   Ecology 10: 417-431.

Cilles2, S., G. Coy1, C.R. Stieha2, J. Cox4, P.H. Crowley,

   and D.S. Maehr4. 2017. Seed predation, seed 

   dispersal, and seedling herbivory of oak and hickory

   in a Bluegrass savanna: implications for regeneration.

   Northeastern Naturalist 23: 466-481.

Stieha2, C., G. García-Ramos4, D.N. McLetchie4, and P.H. Crowley. 2017. Maintenance of the sexes and             persistence of a clonal organism in spatially complex metapopulations. Evolutionary Ecology 31: 363-386.

Hart2, M.K., Kratter, A., and P.H. Crowley. 2016. Partner fidelity and reciprocal investments in the mating           system of a simultaneous hermaphrodite. Behavioral Ecology 27: 1471-1479.

Crowley, P.H., S. Ehlman2, E. Korn4, and A. Sih4. 2016. Dealing with stochastic environmental variation in         space and time: bet hedging by generalist, specialist and multi-specialist strategies. Theoretical Ecology 9:     149-161.

Treanor2, J.J., C. Geremia, M.A. Ballou, D. H. Keisler, P.J. White, J.J. Cox4, and P.H. Crowley. 2015.                   Maintenance of brucellosis in Yellowstone bison: linking seasonal food resources, host-pathogen                     interaction, and life-history trade-offs. Ecology and Evolution, pp.1-17 (open access).

Crowley, P.H., and K.R. Hopper4. 2015. Mechanisms of adaptive cohort splitting. Ecological Modelling 308: 1-     13.

García-Ramos4, G., L.A. Dunoyer2, K.L. Sasser2, and P.H. Crowley. 2015. Evolution of resistance by a native     competitor can lead to invasion collapse in disease-mediated invasions. Biological Invasions 17: 2863-2879.