Lacy Chick - Publications

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Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2017 Diamond SE, Chick L, Penick CA, Nichols LM, Cahan SH, Dunn RR, Ellison AM, Sanders NJ, Gotelli NJ. Heat tolerance predicts the importance of species interaction effects as the climate changes. Integrative and Comparative Biology. PMID 28541481 DOI: 10.1093/Icb/Icx008  0.561
2016 Stanton-Geddes J, Nguyen A, Chick L, Vincent J, Vangala M, Dunn RR, Ellison AM, Sanders NJ, Gotelli NJ, Cahan SH. Thermal reactionomes reveal divergent responses to thermal extremes in warm and cool-climate ant species. Bmc Genomics. 17: 171. PMID 26934985 DOI: 10.1186/S12864-016-2466-Z  0.532
2016 Parr CL, Dunn RR, Sanders NJ, Weiser MD, Photakis M, Bishop TR, Fitzpatrick MC, Arnan X, Baccaro F, Brandão CRF, Chick L, Donoso DA, Fayle TM, Gómez C, Grossman B, et al. GlobalAnts: a new database on the geography of ant traits (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Insect Conservation and Diversity. 10: 5-20. DOI: 10.1111/Icad.12211  0.572
2016 Warren RJ, Chick LD, DeMarco B, McMillan A, de Stefano V, Gibson R, Pinzone P. Climate-driven range shift prompts species replacement Insectes Sociaux. 1-9. DOI: 10.1007/S00040-016-0504-0  0.324
2015 Warren RJ, McMillan A, King JR, Chick L, Bradford MA. Forest invader replaces predation but not dispersal services by a keystone species Biological Invasions. 17: 3153-3162. DOI: 10.1007/S10530-015-0942-Z  0.399
2013 Warren RJ, Chick L. Upward ant distribution shift corresponds with minimum, not maximum, temperature tolerance. Global Change Biology. 19: 2082-8. PMID 23504958 DOI: 10.1111/Gcb.12169  0.412
2013 Stuble KL, Chick LD, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Lessard JP, Sanders NJ. Fire ants are drivers of biodiversity loss: A reply to King and Tschinkel (2013) Ecological Entomology. 38: 540-542. DOI: 10.1111/Een.12050  0.366
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