Laura Gough, Ph.D.

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University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, United States 
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Steketee JK, Rocha AV, Gough L, et al. (2022) Small herbivores with big impacts: Tundra voles (Microtus oeconomus) alter post-fire ecosystem dynamics. Ecology. e3689
Avolio ML, Komatsu KJ, Collins SL, et al. (2021) Determinants of community compositional change are equally affected by global change. Ecology Letters
Roy A, Suchocki M, Gough L, et al. (2020) Above- and belowground responses to long-term herbivore exclusion Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 52: 109-119
Komatsu KJ, Avolio ML, Lemoine NP, et al. (2019) Global change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global change factors imposed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Krause JS, Pérez JH, Chmura HE, et al. (2018) Weathering the storm: Do arctic blizzards cause repeatable changes in stress physiology and body condition in breeding songbirds? General and Comparative Endocrinology
Oliver RY, Ellis DPW, Chmura HE, et al. (2018) Eavesdropping on the Arctic: Automated bioacoustics reveal dynamics in songbird breeding phenology. Science Advances. 4: eaaq1084
Asmus A, Koltz A, McLaren J, et al. (2018) Long‐term nutrient addition alters arthropod community composition but does not increase total biomass or abundance Oikos. 127: 460-471
Chmura HE, Krause JS, Pérez JH, et al. (2018) Late-season snowfall is associated with decreased offspring survival in two migratory arctic-breeding songbird species Journal of Avian Biology. 49: e01712
Asmus AL, Chmura HE, Høye TT, et al. (2018) Shrub shading moderates the effects of weather on arthropod activity in arctic tundra Ecological Entomology. 43: 647-655
Koltz AM, Asmus A, Gough L, et al. (2018) The detritus-based microbial-invertebrate food web contributes disproportionately to carbon and nitrogen cycling in the Arctic Polar Biology. 41: 1531-1545
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