Eric K. Moody

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
ecological stoichiometry
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Moody EK, Lujan NK, Roach KA, et al. (2019) Threshold elemental ratios and the temperature dependence of herbivory in fishes Functional Ecology. 33: 913-923
Moody EK, Carson EW, Corman JR, et al. (2018) Consumption explains intraspecific variation in nutrient recycling stoichiometry in a desert fish. Ecology
Moody EK, Astudillo-Scalia Y, Porte AL, et al. (2018) Consumption of Animal Carcasses by the Putative Leaf Shredder Phylloicus mexicanus (Trichoptera: Calamoceratidae) Southwestern Naturalist. 63: 76-80
Ambus N, Moody EK. (2018) Size‐based sexual dimorphism of nitrogen excretion in livebearing fishes Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 28: 222-228
Moody EK, Rugenski AT, Sabo JL, et al. (2017) Does the Growth Rate Hypothesis Apply across Temperatures? Variation in the Growth Rate and Body Phosphorus of Neotropical Benthic Grazers Frontiers in Environmental Science. 5
Moody EK, Sabo JL. (2017) Dissimilarity in the riparian arthropod communities along surface water permanence gradients in aridland streams Ecohydrology. 10: e1819
Moody EK, Corman JR, Bogan MT. (2016) Caught between a Rock and a Hard Mineral Encrustation: Long-Lived Aquatic Insects Accumulate Calcium Carbonate Deposits in a Montane Desert Stream Western North American Naturalist. 76: 172-179
Corman JR, Moody EK, Elser JJ. (2016) Calcium carbonate deposition drives nutrient cycling in a calcareous headwater stream Ecological Monographs. 86: 448-461
Vander Zanden MJ, Clayton MK, Moody EK, et al. (2015) Stable isotope turnover and half-life in animal tissues: a literature synthesis. Plos One. 10: e0116182
Corman JR, Moody EK, Elser JJ. (2015) Stoichiometric impact of calcium carbonate deposition on nitrogen and phosphorus supplies in three montane streams Biogeochemistry. 126: 285-300
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