Ian S. Pearse, Ph.D.

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Entomology University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Richard Karban grad student 2011 UC Davis
 (Novel herbivore-plant interactions: Evidence from non-native oaks.)
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Pesendorfer MB, Koenig WD, Pearse IS, et al. (2016) Individual resource limitation combined with population-wide pollen availability drives masting in the valley oak (Quercus lobata) Journal of Ecology
Petchey OL, Pontarp M, Massie TM, et al. (2015) The ecological forecast horizon, and examples of its uses and determinants. Ecology Letters. 18: 597-611
LoPresti EF, Pearse IS, Charles GK. (2015) The siren song of a sticky plant: Columbines provision mutualist arthropods by attracting and killing passerby insects Ecology. 96: 2862-2869
McMahon DE, Pearse IS, Koenig WD, et al. (2015) Tree community shifts and Acorn Woodpecker population increases over three decades in a Californian oak woodland Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 45: 1113-1120
Hughes KM, Pearse IS, Grof-Tisza P, et al. (2015) Individual-level differences in generalist caterpillar responses to a plant-plant cue Ecological Entomology
Pearse IS, Baty JH, Herrmann D, et al. (2015) Leaf phenology mediates provenance differences in herbivore populations on valley oaks in a common garden Ecological Entomology
Pearse IS, Funk KA, Kraft TS, et al. (2015) Lagged effects of early-season herbivores on valley oak fecundity Oecologia. 178: 361-368
Pearse IS, Koenig WD, Funk KA, et al. (2015) Pollen limitation and flower abortion in a wind-pollinated, masting tree Ecology. 96: 587-593
Pearse IS, Altermatt F. (2015) Out-of-sample predictions from plant-insect food webs: Robustness to missing and erroneous trophic interaction records Ecological Applications. 25: 1953-1961
Koenig WD, Knops JMH, Carmen WJ, et al. (2015) What drives masting? The phenological synchrony hypothesis Ecology. 96: 184-192
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