Emily Meineke
Emily Meineke
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Urban warming drives insect pest abundance on street trees
EK Meineke, RR Dunn, JO Sexton, SD Frank
PloS one 8 (3), e59687, 2013
1772013
Biological collections for understanding biodiversity in the Anthropocene
EK Meineke, TJ Davies, BH Daru, CC Davis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1763), 20170386, 2019
1032019
The unrealized potential of herbaria for global change biology
EK Meineke, CC Davis, TJ Davies
Ecological Monographs 88 (4), 505-525, 2018
872018
Early pest development and loss of biological control are associated with urban warming
EK Meineke, RR Dunn, SD Frank
Biology letters 10 (11), 20140586, 2014
722014
Digitization and the future of natural history collections
BP Hedrick, JM Heberling, EK Meineke, KG Turner, CJ Grassa, DS Park, ...
BioScience 70 (3), 243-251, 2020
592020
Urban warming reduces aboveground carbon storage
E Meineke, E Youngsteadt, RR Dunn, SD Frank
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1840), 20161574, 2016
532016
Water availability drives urban tree growth responses to herbivory and warming
EK Meineke, SD Frank
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (4), 1701-1713, 2018
422018
Ad hoc instrumentation methods in ecological studies produce highly biased temperature measurements
AJ Terando, E Youngsteadt, EK Meineke, SG Prado
Ecology and evolution 7 (23), 9890-9904, 2017
402017
Herbarium specimens reveal increasing herbivory over the past century
EK Meineke, AT Classen, NJ Sanders, T Jonathan Davies
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 105-117, 2019
322019
Changes in spider community composition are associated with urban temperature, not herbivore abundance
EK Meineke, AJ Holmquist, GM Wimp, SD Frank
Journal of Urban Ecology 3 (1), 2017
312017
Museum specimens provide novel insights into changing plant–herbivore interactions
EK Meineke, TJ Davies
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1763), 20170393, 2019
272019
Machine learning using digitized herbarium specimens to advance phenological research
KD Pearson, G Nelson, MFJ Aronson, P Bonnet, L Brenskelle, CC Davis, ...
BioScience 70 (7), 610-620, 2020
232020
Temperature accounts for the biodiversity of a hyperdiverse group of insects in urban Los Angeles
TP McGlynn, EK Meineke, CA Bahlai, E Li, EA Hartop, BJ Adams, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1912), 20191818, 2019
132019
Applying machine learning to investigate long‐term insect–plant interactions preserved on digitized herbarium specimens
EK Meineke, C Tomasi, S Yuan, KM Pryer
Applications in Plant Sciences 8 (6), e11369, 2020
122020
Local‐and landscape‐scale variables shape insect diversity in an urban biodiversity hot spot
BJ Adams, E Li, CA Bahlai, EK Meineke, TP McGlynn, BV Brown
Ecological Applications 30 (4), e02089, 2020
102020
Temperature controls phenology in continuously flowering Protea species of subtropical Africa
BH Daru, MM Kling, EK Meineke, AE van Wyk
Applications in plant sciences 7 (3), e01232, 2019
92019
Azteca ants maintain unique microbiomes across functionally distinct nest chambers
JM Lucas, AA Madden, CA Penick, MJ Epps, PR Marting, JL Stevens, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1908), 20191026, 2019
82019
Plants meet machines: Prospects in machine learning for plant biology
PS Soltis, G Nelson, A Zare, EK Meineke
Applications in Plant Sciences 8 (6), 2020
72020
Using computer vision on herbarium specimen images to discriminate among closely related horsetails (Equisetum)
KM Pryer, C Tomasi, X Wang, EK Meineke, MD Windham
Applications in plant sciences 8 (6), e11372, 2020
62020
Accurate near surface air temperature measurements are necessary to gauge large‐scale ecological responses to global climate change
A Terando, E Youngsteadt, E Meineke, S Prado
Ecology and evolution 8 (11), 5233, 2018
32018
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