Publications

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List of publications (in reverse chronological order)

* = graduate student authors, ** = undergraduate authors

32. *Frances, D.N and S.J. McCauley. Effects of environmental warming during early-life history on libellulid odonates.  Accepted at Canadian Journal of Zoology

31. **Catania, S.V.L., J. Koprivnikar, and S.J. McCauley. Size-dependent predation alters interactions between parasites and predators. Canadian Journal of Zoology 94: 631-635.

30. **Duong T.M. and S.J. McCauley. 2016. The effects of non-consumptive predation stress on immune response in a larval libellulid dragonfly.  Ecology 27(6): 1605 – 1610.

29. **Catania, S.V.L. and S.J. McCauley. Evaluating the use of coded wire tags in individually marking odonate larvae. The Canadian Entomologist 148: 371-374.

28. **Chavez, M.Y., K.E. Mabry, S.J. McCauley, J.I. Hammond. 2016. Differential larval responses of two ecologically similar insects (Odonata) to temperature and resource variation. International Journal of Odonatology 18(4): 297-304.

27. *Baines, C.B., S.J. McCauley, L. Rowe. 2015. Dispersal depends on body condition and predation risk in the semi-aquatic insect, Notonecta undulata. Ecology & Evolution: 5(12): 2307-2316.

26. McCauley, S.J., Hammond, J.I., **Frances, D.N., Mabry, K.E. 2015. Effects of experimental warming on survival, phenology and morphology of an aquatic insect (Odonata).  Ecological Entomology: 40(3): 211-220, DOI 10.1111/een.12175.

25. *Hall, A.M., S.J. McCauley, M-J. Fortin.  2015.  Recreational boating, landscape configuration, and local habitat structure as drivers as drivers of odonate community composition in an island setting. Insect Conservation and Diversity 8: 31-42 (doi: 10.1111/icad.120.80).

24.  **Baines, C.B., McCauley, S.J., & Rowe, L. 2014. The interactive effects of competition and predation risk on dispersal in an insect. Biology Letters, 10. (doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2014.0287).

23. Werner, E.E., Davis, C.J., Skelly, D.K., Relyea, R.A., Benard, M.F., McCauley, S.J. 2014. Cross-scale interactions and the distribution-abundance relationship.  PLOS ONE: DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0097387.

22. McCauley, S.J., C.J. Davis, E.E. Werner, M.S. Robeson II.  2014. Dispersal, niche breadth and population extinction:colonization ratios predict range size in North American dragonflies. Journal of Animal Ecology 83: 858-865 (doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12181).

21. Throop H.L., K.E. Mabry, S.J. McCauley, K.D. Glazewski.  A response to Lockwood, Reiners, and Reiners.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 525–526. (doi.org/10.1890/13.WB.018)

20. McCauley, S.J.  2013.  Relationship between morphology, dispersal, and habitat distribution in three species of Libellula (Odonata: Anisoptera).  Aquatic Insects 34: 195-204.

19. McCauley, S.J. and K.E. Mabry.  2011. Climate change, body size, and phenotype     dependent dispersal.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution  26: 554-555

18.  McCauley, S.J., L. Rowe, M-J. Fortin.  2011. The deadly effects of ‘non-lethal’ predators. Ecology 92: 2043-2048.

17. McCauley, S.J. and L. Rowe.  2010.  Notonecta exhibit threat-sensitive, predator-induced dispersal.  Biology Letters 6: 449-452

16. McCauley, S.J., T. Brodin, J. Hammond.  2010. Foraging rates of larval dragonfly colonists are positively related to habitat isolation: results from a landscape-level experiment.  American Naturalist 173: E66-E73.

15. McCauley, S.J.  2010.  Body size and social dominance influence breeding dispersal in male Pachydiplax longipennis (Odonata).  Ecological Entomology 35: 377-385.

14. McCauley, S.J., C.J. Davis, J. Nystrom, E.E. Werner.  2009. A hump-shaped relationship between isolation and abundance of Notonecta irrorata colonists in aquatic mesocosms.  Ecology 90: 2635-2641.

13. Benard*, M.F. and S.J. McCauley*. 2008.  Integrating across life-history stages: consequences of natal habitat effects on dispersal.  American Naturalist 171: 553-567. *both authors contributed equally to this work (randomly determined author order)

12. McCauley, S.J., C.J. Davis, R.A. Relyea, K.L. Yurewicz, D.K. Skelly, E.E. Werner.  2008. Metacommunity patterns in larval odonates. Oecologia 158: 329-342.

11. McCauley, S.J., C.J. Davis, E.E. Werner.  2008.  Predator induction of spine length in larval Leucorrhinia intacta (Odonata).  Evolutionary Ecology Research 10: 435-447.

10. McCauley, S.J. 2008.  Slow, fast, and in between: habitat distribution and behaviour of larvae in nine species of libellulid dragonfly.  Freshwater Biology 53: 253-263

9. McCauley, S.J.  2007. The role of local and regional processes in structuring larval dragonfly distributions across habitat gradients.  Oikos 116 (1): 121-133.

8. Boyce, W.M., S.P. Lawler, J. Schultz, S. McCauley, L. Kimsey, M. Niemala, W. Reisen, C. Nelson, D. Brown. 2007.  Nontarget effects of the mosquito adulticide pyrethrin applied aerially during a West Nile virus outbreak in an urban California environment.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 23: 335-339

7. McCauley, S.J. and K. E. Wehrly.  2007.  Zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, attachment to Odonata larvae.  Odonatologica 36(1): 63-69.

6. McCauley, S.J.  2006.  The effects of dispersal and recruitment limitation on community structure of odonates in artificial ponds.  Ecography, 29(4): 585-595.

5. McCauley, S.J. 2005.  Relationship between habitat distribution, growth rate, and plasticity in congeneric larval dragonflies.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1128-1133.

4. McCauley, S.J.  2005.  Differential dispersal propensities between individuals in male Leucorrhinia intacta (Hagen).  International Journal of Odonatology, 8(2): 223-232.

3. McCauley, S.J., S.S. Bouchard, B.J. Farina, K. Isvaran, S. Quader, D. W. Wood, C. M. St. Mary.  2000.  Energetic dynamics and anuran breeding phenology: insights from a dynamic game.  Behavioral Ecology, 11(4): 429-436.

2. McCauley, S.J. and K.A. Bjorndal.  1999.  Response to dietary dilution in an omnivorous freshwater turtle: implications for ontogenetic dietary shifts.  Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 72(1): 101-108.

1. McCauley, S.J. and K.A. Bjorndal.  1999.  Assessing the effects of anthropogenic debris ingestion on juvenile sea turtles.  Conservation Biology, 13(4): 925-929.