Nick Haddad

2017 Zoology North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
 2017- Integrative Biology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
conservation ecology
"Nick Haddad"


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Robert A. San Miguel research assistant 2008-2012 NCSU (Marine Ecology Tree)
Ellen Damschen grad student NCSU
Elsita M. Kiekebusch grad student 2015- NCSU
Allison K. Leidner grad student 2009 NCSU
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Damschen EI, Brudvig LA, Burt MA, et al. (2019) Ongoing accumulation of plant diversity through habitat connectivity in an 18-year experiment. Science (New York, N.Y.). 365: 1478-1480
Caughlin TT, Damschen EI, Haddad NM, et al. (2019) Landscape heterogeneity is key to forecasting outcomes of plant reintroduction. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 29: e01850
Levey DJ, Caughlin TT, Brudvig LA, et al. (2016) Disentangling fragmentation effects on herbivory in understory plants of longleaf pine savanna. Ecology. 97: 2248-2258
Herrmann JD, Carlo TA, Brudvig LA, et al. (2016) Connectivity from a different perspective: comparing seed dispersal kernels in connected vs. unfragmented landscapes. Ecology. 97: 1274-82
Brudvig LA, Damschen EI, Haddad NM, et al. (2015) The influence of habitat fragmentation on multiple plant-animal interactions and plant reproduction. Ecology. 96: 2669-78
Haddad NM, Brudvig LA, Clobert J, et al. (2015) Habitat fragmentation and its lasting impact on Earth's ecosystems. Science Advances. 1: e1500052
Cayton HL, Haddad NM, Gross K, et al. (2015) Do growing degree days predict phenology across butterfly species? Ecology. 96: 1473-1479
Diamond SE, Dunn RR, Frank SD, et al. (2015) Shared and unique responses of insects to the interaction of urbanization and background climate Current Opinion in Insect Science
Henry EH, Haddad NM, Wilson J, et al. (2015) Point-count methods to monitor butterfly populations when traditional methods fail: a case study with Miami blue butterfly Journal of Insect Conservation. 19: 519-529
Cayton H, Haddad NM, Ball B, et al. (2015) Habitat restoration as a recovery tool for a disturbance-dependent butterfly, the endangered St. Francis’ Satyr Butterfly Conservation in North America: Efforts to Help Save Our Charismatic Microfauna. 147-160
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