Leslie Ries
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Ecological responses to habitat edges: mechanisms, models, and variability explained
L Ries, RJ Fletcher Jr, J Battin, TD Sisk
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 35, 491-522, 2004
Is habitat fragmentation good for biodiversity?
RJ Fletcher Jr, RK Didham, C Banks-Leite, J Barlow, RM Ewers, ...
Biological conservation 226, 9-15, 2018
A predictive model of edge effects
L Ries, TD Sisk
Ecology 85 (11), 2917-2926, 2004
Butterfly responses to habitat edges in the highly fragmented prairies of Central Iowa
L Ries, DM Debinski
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (5), 840-852, 2001
Conservation value of roadside prairie restoration to butterfly communities
L Ries, DM Debinski, ML Wieland
Conservation Biology 15 (2), 401-411, 2001
The role of habitat area and edge in fragmented landscapes: definitively distinct or inevitably intertwined?
RJ Fletcher, Jr, L Ries, J Battin, AD Chalfoun
Canadian journal of zoology 85 (10), 1017-1030, 2007
Butterfly abundance declines over 20 years of systematic monitoring in Ohio, USA
T Wepprich, L Adrion, J., Ries, J Wiedmann, N Haddad
PLOS ONE 14 (7), e0216270, 2019
Joint dynamic species distribution models: a tool for community ordination and spatio‐temporal monitoring
JT Thorson, JN Ianelli, EA Larsen, L Ries, MD Scheuerell, C Szuwalski, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2016
A trans‐national monarch butterfly population model and implications for regional conservation priorities
K Oberhauser, R Wiederholt, JE Diffendorfer, D Semmens, L Ries, ...
Ecological Entomology 42 (1), 51-60, 2017
Do growing degree days predict phenology across butterfly species?
HL Cayton, NM Haddad, K Gross, SE Diamond, L Ries
Ecology 96 (6), 1473-1479, 2015
Tracking climate impacts on the migratory monarch butterfly
EF Zipkin, L Ries, R Reeves, J Regetz, KS Oberhauser
Global Change Biology 18 (10), 3039-3049, 2012
Habitat edges as a potential ecological trap for an insect predator
L Ries, WF Fagan
Ecological entomology 28 (5), 567-572, 2003
A citizen army for science: quantifying the contributions of citizen scientists to our understanding of monarch butterfly biology
L Ries, K Oberhauser
BioScience 65 (4), 419-430, 2015
What is an edge species? The implications of sensitivity to habitat edges
L Ries, TD Sisk
Oikos 119 (10), 1636-1642, 2010
Unexpected phenological responses of butterflies to the interaction of urbanization and geographic temperature
SE Diamond, H Cayton, T Wepprich, CN Jenkins, RR Dunn, NM Haddad, ...
Ecology 95 (9), 2613-2621, 2014
National valuation of monarch butterflies indicates an untapped potential for incentive‐based conservation
JE Diffendorfer, JB Loomis, L Ries, K Oberhauser, L Lopez‐Hoffman, ...
Conservation Letters 7 (3), 253-262, 2014
Reproductive asynchrony in natural butterfly populations and its consequences for female matelessness
JM Calabrese, L Ries, SF Matter, DM Debinski, JN Auckland, J Roland, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 746-756, 2008
Closing persistent gaps in knowledge about edge ecology
L Ries, SM Murphy, GM Wimp, RJ Fletcher Jr.
Current Landscape Ecology Reports 2, 30-41, 2017
Local and cross‐seasonal associations of climate and land use with abundance of monarch butterflies Danaus plexippus
SP Saunders, L Ries, KS Oberhauser, WE Thogmartin, EF Zipkin
Ecography 41 (2), 278-290, 2018
A regionally informed abundance index for supporting integrative analyses across butterfly monitoring schemes
R Schmucki, G Pe'Er, DB Roy, C Stefanescu, CAM Van Swaay, TH Oliver, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (2), 501-510, 2016
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