Burkle Lab — publications

L.A. Burkle, J.A. Myers, and R.T. Belote. 2015. Wildfire disturbance and productivity as drivers of plant species diversity across spatial scales. Ecosphere. PDF

C.R. Herron-Sweet, J.L. Littlefield, E.A. Lehnhoff, L.A. Burkle, and J.M. Mangold. 2015. Native parasitoids associated with the biological control agents of Centaurea stoebe in Montana, USA. Biological Control 86:20-27. PDF

L.A. Burkle and R.T. Belote. 2014. Soil mutualists modify priority effects on plant productivity, diversity, and composition. Applied Vegetation Science 18:332-342. PDF

Simanonok M.A. and L.A. Burkle. 2014. Partitioning interaction turnover among alpine pollination networks: spatial, temporal, and environmental patterns. Ecosphere 5(11): article 149. PDF

Chung Y.A., L.A. Burkle, and T.M. Knight. 2014. Minimal effects of an invasive flowering shrub on the pollinator community of native forbs. PLoS ONE 9: e109088. PDF

Davis, S.C., L.A. Burkle, W.F. Cross, and K.A. Cutting. 2014. The effects of timing of grazing on plant and arthropod communities in high-elevation grasslands. PLoS ONE 9: e110460. PDF

Burkle, L.A., L. Souza, M.A. Genung, and G.M. Crutsinger. 2013. Plant genotype, nutrients, and G x E interactions structure floral visitor communities. Ecosphere 4(9): article 113. PDF

Iler, A.M., D.W. Inouye, Toke T. Høye, A.J. Miller-Rushing, L.A. Burkle, and E. Johnston. 2013. Maintenance of temporal synchrony between syrphid flies and floral resources despite differential phenological responses to climate. Global Change Biology 19: 2348-2359. PDF

Rafferty, N.E., P.J. CaraDonna, L.A. Burkle, A.M. Iler, and J.M. Bronstein. 2013. Phenological overlap of interacting species in a changing climate: an assessment of available approaches. Ecology and Evolution 9: 3183-3193. PDF

Burkle, L.A. J.M. Marlin, and T.M. Knight. 2013. Plant-pollinator interactions over 120 years: Loss of species, co-occurrence, and function. Science 339: 1611-1615. Link to full text

S. Jha, L.A. Burkle, and C. Kremen. 2013. “Vulnerability of pollination ecosystem services” Ecosystem Function and Services, K. Suding and T. Seastedt (eds). Climate Vulnerability: Threats to Essential Resources. Ecology and Evolution PDF

Burkle, L.A. and T.M. Knight. 2012. Shifts in pollinator composition and behavior cause slow interaction accumulation with area in plant-pollinator networks. Ecology 93: 2329-2335. PDF

Burkle, L.A., J.R. Mihaljevic and K.G. Smith. 2012. Effects of an invasive plant transcend ecosystem boundaries through a dragonfly-mediated trophic pathway. Oecologia 170: 1045-1052. PDF

Burkle L., T. Griswold, J. Hernandez, D. Inouye, J. Koch. 2011. “Climate change and range shifts” in North American Bumble Bee Species Conservation Planning Workshop Final Report. Cameron, S., S. Jepsen, E. Spevak, J. Strange, M. Vaughan, J. Engler, and O. Byers (eds.). IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group: Apple Valley, MN. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and R. Alarcón. 2011. The future of plant-pollinator diversity: understanding interaction networks across time, space, and global change. American Journal of Botany 98: 1-11. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and R.E. Irwin. 2010. Beyond biomass: measuring the effects of community-level nitrogen enrichment on floral traits, pollinator visitation and plant reproduction. Journal of Ecology 98: 705-717. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and R.E. Irwin. 2009. The importance of interannual variation and bottom-up nitrogen enrichment for plant-pollinator networks. Oikos 118:1816-1829. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and R.E. Irwin. 2009. Nectar sugar limits solitary bee larval performance. Environmental Entomology 38(4): 1293-1300. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and R.E. Irwin. 2009. The impact of nutrient availability on floral characters and pollination in Ipomopsis aggregata and Linum lewisii. Plant Ecology 203:83-98. PDF

Burkle, L.A., R.E. Irwin, and D.A. Newman. 2007. Predicting the effects of nectar robbing on plant reproduction: implications of pollen limitation and plant mating system. American Journal of Botany 94: 1944-1950. PDF

Burkle, L.A. and B.A. Logan. 2003. Seasonal acclimation of photosynthesis in eastern hemlock and partridgeberry in different light environments. Northeastern Naturalist 10(1):1-16. PDF