Nash E. Turley

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
plant-insect interactions, evolutionary ecology
"Nash Turley"


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Marc T. J. Johnson grad student 2009-2014 University of Toronto
 (Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Herbivory on Plant Communities.)
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Turley NE, Biddinger DJ, Joshi NK, et al. (2022) Six years of wild bee monitoring shows changes in biodiversity within and across years and declines in abundance. Ecology and Evolution. 12: e9190
Barker CA, Turley NE, Orrock JL, et al. (2019) Agricultural land-use history does not reduce woodland understory herb establishment. Oecologia
Odanaka K, Gibbs J, Turley NE, et al. (2019) Canopy thinning, not agricultural history, determines early responses of wild bees to longleaf pine savanna restoration Restoration Ecology. 28: 138-146
Linabury MC, Turley NE, Brudvig LA. (2019) Insects remove more seeds than mammals in first‐year prairie restorations Restoration Ecology. 27: 1300-1306
Des Roches S, Post DM, Turley NE, et al. (2018) The ecological importance of intraspecific variation. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2: 57-64
Breland S, Turley NE, Gibbs J, et al. (2018) Restoration increases bee abundance and richness but not pollination in remnant and post-agricultural woodlands Ecosphere. 9: e02435
Brudvig LA, Barak RS, Bauer JT, et al. (2017) Interpreting variation to advance predictive restoration science Journal of Applied Ecology. 54: 1018-1027
Turley NE, Orrock JL, Ledvina JA, et al. (2017) Dispersal and establishment limitation slows plant community recovery in post-agricultural longleaf pine savannas Journal of Applied Ecology. 54: 1100-1109
Turley NE, Brudvig LA. (2016) Agricultural land-use history causes persistent loss of plant phylogenetic diversity. Ecology. 97: 2240-2247
Turcotte MM, Lochab AK, Turley NE, et al. (2015) Plant domestication slows pest evolution. Ecology Letters
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