Katriona Shea
Katriona Shea
Professor of Biology, Penn State University
Verified email at psu.edu
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Community ecology theory as a framework for biological invasions
K Shea, P Chesson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 17 (4), 170-176, 2002
21842002
The intermediate disturbance hypothesis: patch dynamics and mechanisms of species coexistence
SH Roxburgh, K Shea, JB Wilson
Ecology 85 (2), 359-371, 2004
5392004
Moving from pattern to process: coexistence mechanisms under intermediate disturbance regimes
K Shea, SH Roxburgh, ESJ Rauschert
Ecology Letters 7 (6), 491-508, 2004
4482004
Estimating biocontrol agent impact with matrix models: Carduus nutans in New Zealand
K Shea, D Kelly
Ecological Applications 8 (3), 824-832, 1998
2681998
Integrating the study of non-native plant invasions across spatial scales
A Pauchard, K Shea
Biological Invasions 8 (3), 399-413, 2006
2372006
Optimal release strategies for biological control agents: an application of stochastic dynamic programming to population management
K Shea, HP Possingham
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (1), 77-86, 2000
1962000
Management of populations in conservation, harvesting and control
K Shea
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (9), 371-375, 1998
1941998
How frequency and intensity shape diversity–disturbance relationships
AD Miller, SH Roxburgh, K Shea
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5643-5648, 2011
1842011
Active adaptive management in insect pest and weed control: intervention with a plan for learning
K Shea, HP Possingham, WW Murdoch, R Roush
Ecological Applications 12 (3), 927-936, 2002
1842002
Measuring plant dispersal: an introduction to field methods and experimental design
JM Bullock, K Shea, O Skarpaas
Plant Ecology 186 (2), 217-234, 2006
1832006
Dispersal, demography and spatial population models for conservation and control management
E Jongejans, O Skarpaas, K Shea
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 9 (3), 153-170, 2008
1552008
To sample or eradicate? A cost minimization model for monitoring and managing an invasive species
TL Bogich, AM Liebhold, K Shea
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (4), 1134-1142, 2008
1342008
Dispersal patterns, dispersal mechanisms, and invasion wave speeds for invasive thistles
O Skarpaas, K Shea
The American Naturalist 170 (3), 421-430, 2007
1332007
Context-dependent biological control of an invasive thistle
K Shea, D Kelly, AW Sheppard, TL Woodburn
Ecology 86 (12), 3174-3181, 2005
1272005
Linking wild and captive populations to maximize species persistence: optimal translocation strategies
B Tenhumberg, AJ Tyre, K Shea, HP Possingham
Conservation Biology 18 (5), 1304-1314, 2004
1142004
Modeling the mutualistic interactions between tubeworms and microbial consortia
EE Cordes, MA Arthur, K Shea, RS Arvidson, CR Fisher
PLoS Biol 3 (3), 1-10, 2005
972005
Dispersal and demography contributions to population spread of Carduus nutans in its native and invaded ranges
E Jongejans, K Shea, O Skarpaas, D Kelly, AW Sheppard, TL Woodburn
Journal of Ecology 96 (4), 687-697, 2008
892008
A network model for plant–pollinator community assembly
C Campbell, S Yang, R Albert, K Shea
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 197-202, 2011
802011
Amphibian decline and emerging diseases
JM Kiesecker, LK Belden, K Shea, MJ Rubbo
American Scientist 92 (2), 138-147, 2004
792004
Hydrogen sulphide demand of long‐lived vestimentiferan tube worm aggregations modifies the chemical environment at deep‐sea hydrocarbon seeps
EE Cordes, DC Bergquist, K Shea, CR Fisher
Ecology Letters 6 (3), 212-219, 2003
722003
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