Brandon T. Barton, Ph.D.

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Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Oswald J. Schmitz grad student 2010 Yale
 (Species interactions in a warming climate: Examining the direct and indirect effects of climate change on New England grassland food webs.)
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Barton BT, Schmitz OJ. (2017) Opposite effects of daytime and nighttime warming on top-down control of plant diversity. Ecology
Northfield TD, Barton BT, Schmitz OJ. (2017) A spatial theory for emergent multiple predator-prey interactions in food webs. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 6935-6948
DeLong JP, Gilbert B, Shurin JB, et al. (2015) The body size dependence of trophic cascades. The American Naturalist. 185: 354-66
Barton BT, Ives AR. (2014) Direct and indirect effects of warming on aphids, their predators, and ant mutualists. Ecology. 95: 1479-84
Gilbert B, Tunney TD, McCann KS, et al. (2014) A bioenergetic framework for the temperature dependence of trophic interactions. Ecology Letters. 17: 902-14
Barton BT, Ives AR. (2014) Species interactions and a chain of indirect effects driven by reduced precipitation. Ecology. 95: 486-94
Schmitz OJ, Barton BT. (2014) Climate change effects on behavioral and physiological ecology of predator-prey interactions: Implications for conservation biological control Biological Control. 75: 87-96
Barton BT. (2014) Reduced wind strengthens top-down control of an insect herbivore Ecology. 95: 2375-2381
Harmon JP, Barton BT. (2013) On their best behavior: how animal behavior can help determine the combined effects of species interactions and climate change. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1297: 139-47
Barton BT. (2011) Local adaptation to temperature conserves top-down control in a grassland food web. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 278: 3102-7
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