Teresa S. Talley

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Marcel Holyoak grad student 2005 UC Davis
 (Spatial ecology and conservation of the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle.)
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Talley DM, Talley TS, Blanco A. (2015) Insights into the establishment of the Manila clam on a tidal flat at the southern end of an introduced range in Southern California, USA. Plos One. 10: e0118891
Nordström MC, Currin CA, Talley TS, et al. (2014) Benthic food-web succession in a developing salt marsh Marine Ecology Progress Series. 500: 43-55
Cook RW, Talley TS. (2014) The invertebrate communities associated with a Chrysanthemum coronarium-invaded coastal sage scrub area in Southern California Biological Invasions. 16: 365-380
Talley TS, Nguyen KC, Nguyen A. (2012) Testing the effects of an introduced palm on a riparian invertebrate community in southern California. Plos One. 7: e42460
Currin CA, Levin LA, Talley TS, et al. (2011) The role of cyanobacteria in Southern California salt marsh food webs Marine Ecology. 32: 346-363
Jones CG, Gutiérrez JL, Byers JE, et al. (2010) A framework for understanding physical ecosystem engineering by organisms Oikos. 119: 1862-1869
Holyoak M, Talley TS, Hogle SE. (2010) The effectiveness of US mitigation and monitoring practices for the threatened Valley elderberry longhorn beetle Journal of Insect Conservation. 14: 43-52
Vaghti MG, Holyoak M, Williams A, et al. (2009) Understanding the ecology of blue elderberry to inform landscape restoration in semiarid river corridors. Environmental Management. 43: 28-37
Fremier AK, Talley TS. (2009) Scaling riparian conservation with river hydrology: Lessons from blue elderberry along four California Rivers Wetlands. 29: 150-162
Talley TS. (2007) Which spatial heterogeneity framework? Consequences for conclusions about patchy population distributions. Ecology. 88: 1476-89
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