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David Hoekman
David Hoekman
Associate Professor of Biology, Redeemer University
Verified email at redeemer.ca
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Turning up the heat: temperature influences the relative importance of top‐down and bottom‐up effects
D Hoekman
Ecology 91 (10), 2819-2825, 2010
1522010
Lake to land subsidies: experimental addition of aquatic insects increases terrestrial arthropod densities
D Hoekman, J Dreyer, RD Jackson, PA Townsend, C Gratton
Ecology 92 (11), 2063-2072, 2011
952011
Lake‐derived midges increase abundance of shoreline terrestrial arthropods via multiple trophic pathways
J Dreyer, D Hoekman, C Gratton
Oikos 121 (2), 252-258, 2012
892012
Quantifying aquatic insect deposition from lake to land
J Dreyer, PA Townsend, JCH III, D Hoekman, MJ Vander Zanden, ...
Ecology 96 (2), 499-509, 2015
822015
Introduction to the sampling designs of the N ational E cological O bservatory N etwork T errestrial O bservation S ystem
AS Thorpe, DT Barnett, SC Elmendorf, ELS Hinckley, D Hoekman, ...
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01627, 2016
612016
Ecosystem linkages revealed by experimental lake-derived isotope signal in heathland food webs
D Hoekman, M Bartrons, C Gratton
Oecologia 170, 735-743, 2012
452012
The founding charter of the Genomic Observatories Network
N Davies, D Field, L Amaral-Zettler, MS Clark, J Deck, A Drummond, ...
GigaScience 3 (1), 1-5, 2014
422014
Top-down and bottom-up regulation in a detritus-based aquatic food web: a repeated field experiment using the pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea) inquiline community
D Hoekman
The American midland naturalist 157 (1), 52-62, 2007
342007
Tick‐, mosquito‐, and rodent‐borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network
YP Springer, D Hoekman, PTJ Johnson, PA Duffy, RA Hufft, DT Barnett, ...
Ecosphere 7 (5), e01271, 2016
332016
Design for ground beetle abundance and diversity sampling within the National Ecological Observatory Network
D Hoekman, KE LeVan, C Gibson, GE Ball, RA Browne, RL Davidson, ...
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01744, 2017
322017
Terrestrial deposition of aquatic insects increases plant quality for insect herbivores and herbivore density.
H Bultman, D Hoekman, J Dreyer, C Gratton
Ecological entomology 39 (4), 419-426, 2014
322014
Relative importance of top-down and bottom-up forces in food webs of Sarracenia pitcher communities at a northern and a southern site
D Hoekman
Oecologia 165 (4), 1073-1082, 2011
282011
Increased duration of aquatic resource pulse alters community and ecosystem responses in a subarctic plant community
C Gratton, D Hoekman, J Dreyer, RD Jackson
Ecology 98 (11), 2860-2872, 2017
232017
Design for mosquito abundance, diversity, and phenology sampling within the National Ecological Observatory Network
D Hoekman, YP Springer, C Gibson, CM Barker, R Barrera, ...
Ecosphere 7 (5), e01320, 2016
212016
Top-down and bottom-up effects of a processing detritivore
D Hoekman, R Winston, N Mitchell
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (3), 552-559, 2009
172009
Trophic transfer from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems: a test of the biogeochemical niche hypothesis
M Bartrons, J Sardans, D Hoekman, J Pe˝uelas
Ecosphere 9 (7), e02338, 2018
132018
Oviposition decreased in response to enriched water: a field study of the pitcher‐plant mosquito, Wyeomyia smithii
D Hoekman, C Terhorst, A Bauer, S Braun, P Gignac, R Hopkins, S Joshi, ...
Ecological Entomology 32 (1), 92-96, 2007
112007
Positive indirect effect of aquatic insects on terrestrial prey is not offset by increased predator density
J Dreyer, D Hoekman, C Gratton
Ecological entomology 41 (1), 61-71, 2016
92016
Integrating theoretical components: A graphical model for graduate students and researchers
DM Choate, CM Prather, MJ Michel, AK Baldridge, MA Barnes, ...
BioScience 62 (6), 594-602, 2012
92012
Design for ground beetle abundance and diversity sampling within the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere 8 (4): e01744
D Hoekman, KE LeVan, GE Ball, RA Browne, RL Davidson, TL Erwin, ...
82017
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