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  1. Miller-ter Kuile, A., Apigo, A., Bui, A., Butner, K., Childress, J. N., Copeland, S., ... & Young, H. S. (2022). Changes in invertebrate food web structure between high-and low-productivity environments are driven by intermediate but not top-predator diet shifts. Biology Letters, 18(10), 20220364.

  2. Miller-ter Kuile, Ana, Apigo, Austen, Bui, An, DiFiore, Bartholomew, Forbes, Elizabeth S., Lee, Michelle, Orr, Devyn, et al. 2022. “ Predator–Prey Interactions of Terrestrial Invertebrates are Determined by Predator Body Size and Species Identity.” Ecology 103( 5): e3634.

  3. Jerde CL., Mahon AR., Campbell T., McElroy ME., Pin K., Childress, JN., Armstrong MN, Zehnpfennig JR, Kelson SJ, Koning AA, Ngor PB, Nuon V, So N, Chandra S, and ZS Hogan. 2021. Are Genetic Reference Libraries Sufficient for Environmental DNA Metabarcoding of Mekong River Basin Fish?. Water, 13(13), 1767.

  4. Lafferty KD, Garcia-Vedrenne AE, McLaughlin JP, Childress JN, Morse, M, and CL Jerde. 2021. At Palmyra Atoll, the fish-community environmental DNA signal changes across habitats but not with tides. Journal of Fish Biology. Advance online access.

  5. Athni TS, Shocket MS, Caldwell I, Caldwell JM, Childress JN, Childs ML, Couper L, De Leo G, Kirk D, MacDonald AJ, Nova N, Olivarius K, Pickel DG, Winokur OC, Young HS, Cheng J, Grant EA, Kurzner PM, Kyaw SK, Lin B, Lopez R, Massihpour D, Olsen EC, Roache M, Ruiz A, Schultz EA, Shafat M, Shocket MS, Spencer RL, and EA Mordecai. 2021. The influence of vector-borne disease on human history: socio-ecological mechanisms Ecology Letters: Reviews and Syntheses.

  6. Lafferty KD, McLaughlin JP, Gruner DS, Bogar TA, Bui A, Childress JN, Espinoza M, Forbes ES, Johnston CA, Klope M, Miller-ter Kuile A, Lee M, Plummer KA, Weber DA, Young RT, and HS Young. 2018. Local extinction of the Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus) following rat eradication on Palmyra Atoll. Biology Letters 14.

  7. Childress JN, Rogers SC, Bolek MG, and GJ Langford. 2017. Reproductive plasticity in the nematode Gyrinicola batrachiensis: does an intermediate reproductive strategy exist in sexually reproducing, didelphic pinworms? Journal of Parasitology 103(6) 663-668.

  8. Andrews JN, Childress JN, Iakovidis TJ, and GJ Langford. 2015. Elucidating the life history and ecological aspects of Allodero hylae (Annelida: Clitella: Naididae), a parasitic oligochaete of invasive Cuban tree frogs in Florida. Journal of Parasitology. 101(3) 275-281.​


Invited Presentations

  1. California State University Fresno. Biology Department Seminar. Amphibian Parasite Ecology in Yosemite National Park. Apr 2020 (COVID-19 cancellation)

  2. Second Century Stewardship Science Communication Workshop. Science Communication and Interpretation in the National Parks. Nov 2019

  3. Stanford University. Guest Lecture Bio2N: Global Change and the Ecology of Infectious Disease. May 2019

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