Fletcher Halliday

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2018-2019 Integrative Biology University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
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Grunberg RL, Halliday FW, Heckman RW, et al. (2023) Disease decreases variation in host community structure in an old-field grassland. Plos One. 18: e0293495
Huang ZYX, Halliday FW, Becker DJ. (2023) Host functional traits as the nexus for multilevel infection patterns. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Halliday FW, Czyżewski S, Laine AL. (2023) Intraspecific trait variation and changing life-history strategies explain host community disease risk along a temperature gradient. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 378: 20220019
Halliday FW, Jalo M, Laine AL. (2021) The effect of host community functional traits on plant disease risk varies along an elevational gradient. Elife. 10
Halliday FW, Rohr JR, Laine AL. (2020) Biodiversity loss underlies the dilution effect of biodiversity. Ecology Letters
Halliday FW, Heckman RW, Wilfahrt PA, et al. (2020) Eutrophication, biodiversity loss, and species invasions modify the relationship between host and parasite richness during host community assembly. Global Change Biology
Greischar MA, Alexander HK, Bashey F, et al. (2020) Evolutionary consequences of feedbacks between within-host competition and disease control. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. 2020: 30-34
Rohr JR, Civitello DJ, Halliday FW, et al. (2019) Towards common ground in the biodiversity-disease debate. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Halliday FW, Rohr JR. (2019) Measuring the shape of the biodiversity-disease relationship across systems reveals new findings and key gaps. Nature Communications. 10: 5032
Halliday FW, Heckman RW, Wilfahrt PA, et al. (2018) Past is prologue: host community assembly and the risk of infectious disease over time. Ecology Letters
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