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Ryan, S. N.L. Adamson, A. Aktipis, L.K. Andersen, R. Austin, L. Barnes, M.R. Beasley, K.D. Bedell, S. Briggs, B. Chapman, C. Cooper, J. Corn, N.G. Creamer, J.A. Delborne, P. Domenico, E. Driscoll, J. Goodwin, A. Hjarding, J.M. Hulbert, S. Isard, M.G. Just, K. Kar Gupta, M.M. López-Uribe, J. O’Sullivan, J. Landin, E.A. Landis, E.A. McKenney, A.A. Madden, L.M. Nichols, S. Ramaswamy, B. Reading, S. Russell, N. Sengupta, L. Shell, J.K. Sheard, D.D. Shoemaker, D.M. Sorger, C. Starling, S. Thakur, R. Vatsavai, M. Weinstein, P. Wimfrey, R.R. Dunn. 2018. The Role of Citizen Science in Addressing Grand Challenges in Food and Agriculture Research. Proc. R. Soc. B 20181977.

Gebert, M.J., M. Delgado-Baquerizo, A.M. Oliverio, T.M. Webster, L.M. Nichols, J.R. Honda, E.D. Chan, J. Adjemian, R.R. Dunn, N. Fiere. 2018. Ecological analyses of mycobacteria in showerhead biofilms and their relevance to human health. mBio9(5), e01614-18. [Link]

Diamond, S.E., L. Chick, C.A. Penick, L.M. Nichols, S.H. Cahan, R.R. Dunn, A.M. Ellison, N.J. Sanders, and N.J. Gotelli. 2017. Heat tolerance predicts the importance of species interaction effects as the climate changes. Integrative and Comparative Biology.

Diamond, S.E., L.M. Nichols, S.L. Pelini, C.A. Penick, G.W. Barber, S.H. Cahan, R.R. Dunn, A.M. Ellison, N.J. Sanders, and N.J. Gotelli. 2016. Climatic warming destabilizes forest ant communities. Science advances, 2(10), p.e1600842.

NESCent Working Group on the Evolutionary, L.J. Martin, R.I. Adams, A. Bateman, H.M. Bik, J. Hawks, S.M. Hird, D. Hughes, S.W. Kembel, K. Kinney, S.O. Kolokotronis, G. Levy, C. McClain, J.F. Meadow, R.F. Medina, G. Mhuireach, C.S. Moreau, J. Munshi-South, L.M. Nichols, C. Palmer, L. Popova, C. Schal, M. Täubel, M. Trautwein, J.A. Ugalde, R.R. Dunn. 2015. Evolution of the indoor biome. Trends in ecology & evolution, 30(4), pp.223-232.

Lucky, A., A.M. Savage (co-first author), L.M. Nichols, C. Castracani, L. Shell, D.A. Grasso, A. Mori, R.R. Dunn.  2014. Ecologists, educators and writers collaborate with the public to assess backyard diversity in The School of Ants Project. Ecosphere 5(7).

Pelini, S.L., S.E. Diamond, L.M. Nichols, K.L. Stuble, A.M. Ellison, N.J. Sanders, R.R. Dunn, N.J. Gotelli. 2014. Geographic differences in effects of experimental warming on ant species diversity and community composition. Ecological Society of America. [Link]

Burt, M.A., R.R. Dunn, L.M. Nichols, and N.J. Sanders. 2014. Interactions in a warmer world: effects of experimental warming, conspecific density, and herbivory on seedling dynamics. Ecosphere 5(1). [Link]

Sultan, S.E., T. Horgan-Kobelski, L.M. Nichols, C. Riggs, R. Waples. 2013. A Resurrection Study Reveals Rapid Adaptive Evolution Within Populations of an Invasive Plant. Evolutionary Applications. 6(2):266–278

Shik, J.Z., L.M. Nichols, A. Lucky, and M.H. Hoefnagels. Ants as Model Organisms to Study Species Coexistence. Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching. Vol. 34, 2013, p. 233-239.

Diamond, S. E., L.M. Nichols, N. McCoy, C. Hirsch, S. L. Pelini, N. J. Sanders, A. M. Ellison, N. J. Gotelli, and R. R. Dunn. 2012. A physiological trait-based approach to predicting the responses of species to experimental climatic warming. Ecology 93:2305-2312.

Clark, J.S., D.M. Bell, M.H. Hersh,  L. Nichols. 2011. Climate change vulnerability of forest biodiversity: climate and resource tracking of demographic rates. Global Change Biology 17(5): 1834-1849.


Nichols, L.M. 2018. Climate Change and Culturally Important Species: Mapping a New Set of Conversations. United South and Eastern Tribes Sovereignty Protection Fund (USET SPF). Niagara, NY.

Reading, B.J., Dunn, R.R. Salger, S.A., and Nichols, L.M. 2016. New Caviar Ecologically Inspired. N.C. Ag Biotech Summit, Chapel Hill, NC, USA. September 27.