Kyle E. Coblentz
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Long-term studies contribute disproportionately to ecology and policy
BB Hughes, R Beas-Luna, AK Barner, K Brewitt, DR Brumbaugh, ...
BioScience 67 (3), 271-281, 2017
Fundamental contradictions among observational and experimental estimates of non‐trophic species interactions
AK Barner, KE Coblentz, SD Hacker, BA Menge
Ecology 99 (3), 557-566, 2018
Quantifying predator dependence in the functional response of generalist predators
M Novak, C Wolf, KE Coblentz, ID Shepard
Ecology Letters 20 (6), 761-769, 2017
Field colonies of leaf‐cutting ants select plant materials containing low abundances of endophytic fungi
KE Coblentz, SA Van Bael
Ecosphere 4 (5), 1-10, 2013
The application of Bayesian hierarchical models to quantify individual diet specialization
KE Coblentz, AE Rosenblatt, M Novak
Ecology 98 (6), 1535-1547, 2017
Relative prey abundance and predator preference predict individual diet variation in prey switching experiments
KE Coblentz
Ecology 101 (1), e02911, 2020
An empiricist’s guide to using ecological theory
TN Grainger, A Senthilnathan, PJ Ke, MA Barbour, NT Jones, JP DeLong, ...
The American Naturalist 199 (1), 1-20, 2022
Estimating predator functional responses using the times between prey captures
KE Coblentz, JP DeLong
Ecology 102 (4), e03307, 2021
Influence of sediment characteristics on the composition of soft-sediment intertidal communities in the northern Gulf of Mexico
KE Coblentz, JR Henkel, BJ Sigel, CM Taylor
PeerJ 3, e1014, 2015
Predator‐dependent functional responses alter the coexistence and indirect effects among prey that share a predator
KE Coblentz, JP DeLong
Oikos 129 (9), 1404-1414, 2020
Predator feeding rates may often be unsaturated under typical prey densities
KE Coblentz, M Novak, JP DeLong
Ecology Letters 26 (2), 302-312, 2023
The use of laser diffraction particle size analyzers for inference on infauna-sediment relationships
KE Coblentz, JR Henkel, BJ Sigel, CM Taylor
Estuaries and coasts 38 (2), 699-702, 2015
Quantifying the effects of intraspecific variation on predator feeding rates through nonlinear averaging
KE Coblentz, S Merhoff, M Novak
Functional Ecology 35 (7), 1560-1571, 2021
Quantifying predator functional responses under field conditions reveals interactive effects of temperature and interference with sex and stage
KE Coblentz, A Squires, S Uiterwaal, JP DeLong
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2022
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BB Hughes, R Beas-Luna, AK Barner, K Brewitt, DR Brumbaugh, ...
MH, 271-281, 2017
Prey diversity constrains the adaptive potential of predator foraging traits
JP DeLong, KE Coblentz
Oikos 2022 (1), 2022
Ecological boundaries and constraints on viable eco‐evolutionary pathways
KE Coblentz, JP DeLong
Oikos, e09893, 2023
Heritable intraspecific variation among prey in size and movement interact to shape predation risk and potential natural selection
KE Coblentz, L Yang, A Dalal, MMN Incarnato, DD Thilakarathne, C Shaw, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.01. 11.575285, 2024
Temperature and predators as interactive drivers of community properties
JP DeLong, KE Coblentz, SF Uiterwaal, C Akwani, ME Salsbery
Ecology and Evolution 13 (11), e10665, 2023
A framework for understanding climate change impacts through intra-and interspecific asymmetries in climate change responses
K Coblentz, L Treidel, F Biagioli, C Fragel, A Johnson, D Thilakarathne, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2023
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