For an up to date list of publications, please see Ingrid Parker’s Google Scholar page

Here are some recent papers:

Parker, I. M., & Gilbert, G. S. 2018. Density‐dependent disease, life‐history trade‐offs, and the effect of leaf pathogens on a suite of co‐occurring close relatives. Journal of Ecology, 106(5): 1829-1838.

Ray, C. A., Sherman, J. J., Godinho, A. L., Hanson, N., & Parker, I. M. 2018. Impacts and Best Management Practices for Erect Veldtgrass (Ehrharta erecta). Invasive Plant Science and Management, 11(1): 40-48.

Crandall, S.G., Ohayon, J.L., de Wit, L.A., Hammond, J.E., Melanson, K.L., Moritsch, M.M., Davenport, R., Ruiz, D., Keitt, B., Holmes, N.D., & Packard, H.G. 2018. Best practices: social research methods to inform biological conservation. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 25(1): 6-23.

Grove, S., Haubensak, K. A., Gehring, C., & Parker, I. M. 2017. Mycorrhizae, invasions, and the temporal dynamics of mutualism disruption. Journal of Ecology, 105(6): 1496-1508.

Grove, S., Parker, I. M., & Haubensak, K. A. 2017. Do impacts of an invasive nitrogen‐fixing shrub on Douglas‐fir and its ectomycorrhizal mutualism change over time following invasion?. Journal of Ecology, 105(6): 1687-1697.

Swope, S. M., Satterthwaite, W. H., & Parker, I. M. 2017. Spatiotemporal variation in the strength of density dependence: implications for biocontrol of Centaurea solstitialis. Biological Invasions, 19(9): 2675-2691.

Young, H. S., Parker, I. M., Gilbert, G. S., Guerra, A. S., & Nunn, C. L. 2017. Introduced species, disease ecology, and biodiversity–disease relationships. Trends in ecology & evolution, 32(1): 41-54.

Goodell, K., & Parker, I. M. 2017. Invasion of a dominant floral resource: effects on the floral community and pollination of native plants. Ecology, 98(1): 57-69.

Melen, M. K., Herman, J. A., Lucas, J., O’Malley, R. E., Parker, I. M., Thom, A. M., & Whittall, J. B. 2016. Reproductive success through high pollinator visitation rates despite self incompatibility in an endangered wallflower. American Journal of Botany, 103(11): 1979-1989.

Gilbert, G. S., & Parker, I. M. 2016. The evolutionary ecology of plant disease: a phylogenetic perspective. Annual Review of Phytopathology: 54.

Bryce, C.M., Baliga, V.B., De Nesnera, K.L., Fiack, D., Goetz, K., Tarjan, L.M., Wade, C.E., Yovovich, V., Baumgart, S., Bard, D.G., & Ash, D. 2016. Exploring models in the biology classroom. The American Biology Teacher, 78(1): 35-42.

Medina-Villar, S., Castro-Díez, P., Alonso, A., Cabra-Rivas, I., Parker, I. M., & Pérez-Corona, E. 2015. Do the invasive trees, Ailanthus altissima and Robinia pseudoacacia, alter litterfall dynamics and soil properties of riparian ecosystems in Central Spain?. Plant and soil, 396(1-2): 311-324.

Grove, S., Parker, I. M., & Haubensak, K. A. 2015. Persistence of a soil legacy following removal of a nitrogen-fixing invader. Biological invasions, 17(9): 2621-2631.

Parker, I.M., Saunders, M., Bontrager, M., Weitz, A.P., Hendricks, R., Magarey, R., Suiter, K. & Gilbert, G.S. 2015. Phylogenetic structure and host abundance drive disease pressure in communities. Nature 520:542-544.

Salguero‐Gómez, R., Jones, O.R., Archer, C.R., Buckley, Y.M., Che‐Castaldo, J., Caswell, H., Hodgson, D., Scheuerlein, A., Conde, D.A., Brinks, E., & de Buhr, H. 2015. The COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database: an open online repository for plant demography. Journal of Ecology, 103(1): 202-218.

Horn, K., Parker, I. M., Malek, W., Rodríguez-Echeverría, S., & Parker, M. A. 2014. Disparate origins of Bradyrhizobium symbionts for invasive populations of Cytisus scoparius (Leguminosae) in North America. FEMS microbiology ecology, 89(1): 89-98.

Bontrager, M., Webster, K., Elvin, M., & Parker, I. M. 2014. The effects of habitat and competitive/facilitative interactions on reintroduction success of the endangered wetland herb, Arenaria paludicola. Plant ecology, 215(4): 467-478.