Laura Burkle
Laura Burkle
Department of Ecology, Montana State University
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Plant-pollinator interactions over 120 years: loss of species, co-occurrence, and function
LA Burkle, JC Marlin, TM Knight
Science 339 (6127), 1611-1615, 2013
Analysing ecological networks of species interactions
E Delmas, M Besson, MH Brice, LA Burkle, GV Dalla Riva, MJ Fortin, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (1), 16-36, 2019
The future of plant–pollinator diversity: understanding interaction networks across time, space, and global change
LA Burkle, R Alarcón
American journal of botany 98 (3), 528-538, 2011
The effects of nutrient addition on floral characters and pollination in two subalpine plants, Ipomopsis aggregata and Linum lewisii
LA Burkle, RE Irwin
Plant Ecology 203, 83-98, 2009
Global change effects on plant–insect interactions: the role of phytochemistry
MA Jamieson, LA Burkle, JS Manson, JB Runyon, AM Trowbridge, ...
Current opinion in insect science 23, 70-80, 2017
Beyond biomass: measuring the effects of community‐level nitrogen enrichment on floral traits, pollinator visitation and plant reproduction
LA Burkle, RE Irwin
Journal of Ecology 98 (3), 705-717, 2010
Widespread vulnerability of flowering plant seed production to pollinator declines
JG Rodger, JM Bennett, M Razanajatovo, TM Knight, M van Kleunen, ...
Science advances 7 (42), eabd3524, 2021
Drought and leaf herbivory influence floral volatiles and pollinator attraction
LA Burkle, JB Runyon
Global Change Biology 22 (4), 1644-1654, 2016
Maintenance of temporal synchrony between syrphid flies and floral resources despite differential phenological responses to climate
AM Iler, DW Inouye, TT Høye, AJ Miller‐Rushing, LA Burkle, EB Johnston
Global Change Biology 19 (8), 2348-2359, 2013
Land use and pollinator dependency drives global patterns of pollen limitation in the Anthropocene
JM Bennett, JA Steets, JH Burns, LA Burkle, JC Vamosi, M Wolowski, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 3999, 2020
Phenological overlap of interacting species in a changing climate: an assessment of available approaches
NE Rafferty, PJ CaraDonna, LA Burkle, AM Iler, JL Bronstein
Ecology and evolution 3 (9), 3183-3193, 2013
Global change and the importance of fire for the ecology and evolution of insects
AM Koltz, LA Burkle, Y Pressler, JE Dell, MC Vidal, LA Richards, ...
Current opinion in insect science 29, 110-116, 2018
Predicting the effects of nectar robbing on plant reproduction: implications of pollen limitation and plant mating system
LA Burkle, RE Irwin, DA Newman
American Journal of Botany 94 (12), 1935-1943, 2007
Wildfire disturbance and productivity as drivers of plant species diversity across spatial scales
LA Burkle, JA Myers, RT Belote
Ecosphere 6 (10), 1-14, 2015
The importance of interannual variation and bottom–up nitrogen enrichment for plant–pollinator networks
L Burkle, R Irwin
Oikos 118 (12), 1816-1829, 2009
Seeing through the static: the temporal dimension of plant–animal mutualistic interactions
PJ CaraDonna, LA Burkle, B Schwarz, J Resasco, TM Knight, G Benadi, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (1), 149-161, 2021
Partitioning interaction turnover among alpine pollination networks: spatial, temporal, and environmental patterns
MP Simanonok, LA Burkle
Ecosphere 5 (11), 1-17, 2014
Temporal scale‐dependence of plant–pollinator networks
B Schwarz, DP Vázquez, PJ CaraDonna, TM Knight, G Benadi, ...
Oikos 129 (9), 1289-1302, 2020
Drought and increased CO2 alter floral visual and olfactory traits with context‐dependent effects on pollinator visitation
WR Glenny, JB Runyon, LA Burkle
New Phytologist 220 (3), 785-798, 2018
The effect of natural disturbances on forest biodiversity: an ecological synthesis
ML Viljur, SR Abella, M Adámek, JBR Alencar, NA Barber, B Beudert, ...
Biological Reviews 97 (5), 1930-1947, 2022
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