flower with insects


















































Walter, J., D.M. Johnson, and K.J. Haynes. 2017. Spatial variation in Allee effects influences patterns of range expansion. Ecography 40: 179-188.

Firebaugh, A.L., and K.J. Haynes. 2016. Experimental tests of light pollution impacts on nocturnal insect courtship and dispersal. Oecologia 182: 1203-1211.

Walter, J.A. , A.L. Firebaugh, P.C. Tobin, and K.J. Haynes. 2016. Invasion in patchy landscapes is affected by dispersal mortality and mate-finding failure. Ecology 97: 3389-3401.

Allstadt, A.J., A.M. Liebhold, D.M. Johnson, R.E. Davis, and K.J. Haynes. 2015. Temporal variation in the synchrony of weather and its consequences for spatiotemporal population dynamics. Ecology 96: 2935-2946.

Walter, J., D.M. Johnson, P.C. Tobin, and K.J. Haynes. 2015. Population cycles produce periodic range boundary pulses. Ecography 38: 1200-1211.

Hughes, J.S., C.A. Cobbold, K.J. Haynes, and G. Dwyer. 2015. The effects of forest spatial structure on insect outbreaks: insights from host-parasitoid models. The American Naturalist 185: E130-E152.

Wayland, H., R. Manderino, T.O. Crist, and K.J. Haynes. 2015. Microbial pesticide application during defoliator outbreaks may reduce loss of regional forest beetle richness. Ecosphere 6: article 93.

Hajek, A.E., P.C. Tobin, and K.J. Haynes. 2015. Replacement of a dominant viral pathogen by a fungal pathogen does not alter the collapse of a regional forest insect outbreak. Oecologia 177: 785-797.

Walter, J., M.S. Meixler, T. Mueller, W.F. Fagan, P.C. Tobin, and K.J. Haynes. 2015. How topography induces reproductive asynchrony and alters gypsy moth invasion dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 188-198.

Manderino, R., T.O. Crist, and K.J. Haynes. 2014. Lepidoptera-specific insecticide used to suppress gypsy moth outbreaks may benefit non-target forest Lepidoptera. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 16: 359-368.

Haynes, K.J., A.J. Allstadt, and D. Klimetzek. 2014. Forest defoliator outbreaks under climate change: effects on the frequency and severity of outbreaks of five pine insect pests: effects on frequency and severity of outbreaks of five pine insect pests. Global Change Biology 20: 2004-2018.

Elderd, B.D., B.J. Rehill, K.J. Haynes, and G. Dwyer. 2013. Insect outbreaks, host-pathogen interactions, and induced plant defenses. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110: 14978-14983.

Haynes, K.J., O.N. Bjørnstad, A. Allstadt, and A.M. Liebhold. 2013. Geographical variation in the spatial synchrony of a forest-defoliating insect: isolation of spatial and environmental drivers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280: 20122373.

Allstadt, A., K.J. Haynes, A.M. Liebhold, and D.M. Johnson. 2013. Long-term shifts in the cyclicity of outbreaks of a forest-defoliating insect. Oecologia 172: 141-151.

Liebhold, A.M., K.J. Haynes, and O.N. Bjørnstad. 2012. Spatial synchrony of insect outbreaks. Pages 113-125 In: Insect Outbreaks Revisited. Barbosa, P., D.K. Letourneau, and A.A. Agrawal (eds.). Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK.

Haynes, K.J., A.M. Liebhold, and D.M. Johnson. 2012. Elevational gradient in the cyclicity of a forest-defoliating insect. Population Ecology 54: 239-250.

Johnson, D.M., U. Büntgen, D.C. Frank, K. Kausrud, K.J. Haynes, A.M. Liebhold, J. Esper, and N.C. Stenseth. 2010. Climatic warming disrupts recurrent Alpine insect outbreaks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107: 20576-20581.

Haynes, K.J., A.M. Liebhold, T.M. Fearer, G. Wang, G.W. Norman, and D.M. Johnson. 2009. Spatial synchrony propagates through a forest food web via consumer-resource interactions. Ecology 90: 2974-83.

Haynes, K.J., and T.O. Crist. 2009. Insect herbivory in an experimental agroecosystem: the relative importance of habitat area, fragmentation, and the matrix. Oikos 118: 1477-1486.

Haynes, K.J., A.M. Liebhold, and D.M. Johnson. 2009. Spatial analysis of harmonic oscillation of gypsy moth outbreak intensity. Oecologia 159: 249-256.

Reeve, J.D., J.T. Cronin, and K.J. Haynes. 2008. Diffusion models for animals in complex landscapes: incorporating heterogeneity among substrates, individuals, and edge behaviors. Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 898-904.

Diekötter, T., K.J. Haynes, D. Mazeffa, and T.O. Crist. 2007. Direct and indirect effects of habitat area and matrix composition on species interactions among flower-visiting insects. Oikos 116: 1588-1598.

Haynes, K.J., T. Diekötter, and T.O. Crist. 2007. Resource complementation and the response of an insect herbivore to habitat area and fragmentation. Oecologia 153: 511-520.

Haynes, K.J., F. Dillemuth, B. Anderson, A. Hakes, H.B. Jackson, S.E. Jackson, and J.T. Cronin. 2007. Landscape context outweighs local habitat quality in its effect on herbivore dispersal and distribution. Oecologia 151: 431-441.

Haynes, K.J., and J.T. Cronin. 2006. Interpatch movement and edge effects: the role of behavioral responses to the landscape matrix. Oikos 113: 43-54.

Cronin, J.T., and K.J. Haynes. 2004. An invasive plant promotes unstable host-parasitoid patch dynamics. Ecology 85: 2772-2782.

Haynes, K.J., and J.T. Cronin. 2004. Confounding of patch quality and matrix effects in herbivore movement studies. Landscape Ecology 19: 119-124.

Baum, K.A., K.J. Haynes, F. Dillemuth, and J.T. Cronin. 2004. Enhancing connectivity: corridors, stepping stones, and the matrix. Ecology 85: 2671-2676.

Cronin, J.T., K.J. Haynes, and F. Dillemuth. 2004. Spider effects on planthopper mortality, dispersal, and spatial population dynamics. Ecology 85: 2134-2143.

Haynes, K.J., and J.T. Cronin. 2003. Matrix composition affects the spatial ecology of a prairie planthopper. Ecology 84: 2856-2866.

Haynes, K.J. 2003. Comparison of feeding in two phenologically distinct grasshoppers. Prairie Naturalist 35: 9-18.

Poff, A.C., K.J. Haynes, M. Szymanski, D. Back, M.A. Williams, and J.T. Cronin. 2002. Bird predation and the host-plant shift by the goldenrod stem galler, Eurosta solidaginis (Diptera: Tephritidae). Canadian Entomologist 134: 215-228.