Kristina A. Ernest, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA, United States 
community ecology, mammals, herbivory, road ecology
"Kristina Ernest"
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Lewis JC, Chestnut T, Ransom J, et al. (2019) Abstracts From The 2019 Annual Meeting Of The Society For Northwestern Vertebrate Biology, Held Jointly With The Washington Chapter Of The Wildlife Society, And In Association With Northwest Partners In Amphibian And Reptile Conservation, At Great Wolf Lodge, Grand Mound, Washington, 25 February–1 M Northwestern Naturalist. 100: 132-164
Smith AB, Beever EA, Kessler AE, et al. (2019) Alternatives to genetic affinity as a context for within-species response to climate Nature Climate Change. 9: 787-794
Wagner RS, Anthony RG, Forsman ED, et al. (2010) Abstracts from the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology, Held at the Red Lion Inn, Medford, Oregon, February 23–26, 2010 Northwestern Naturalist. 91: 230-249
Shaw DC, Ernest KA, Rinker HB, et al. (2006) Stand-level herbivory in an old-growth conifer forest canopy Western North American Naturalist. 66: 473-481
Ernest KA, Fry RK. (2001) Effects of simulated rodent herbivory on Carey's balsamroot (Balsamorhiza careyana): Compensatory leaf growth Northwest Science. 75: 236-243
Mares MA, Ernest KA. (1995) Population and community ecology of small mammals in a gallery forest of central Brazil Journal of Mammalogy. 76: 750-768
Ernest KA. (1994) Resistance of creosotebush to mammalian herbivory: Temporal consistency and browsing-induced changes Ecology. 75: 1684-1692
Ernest KA. (1989) Insect herbivory on a tropical understory tree: effects of leaf age and habitat Biotropica. 21: 194-199
Mares MA, Ernest KA, Gettinger DD. (1986) Small mammal community structure and composition in the Cerrado Province of central Brazil. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 2: 289-300
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