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Peer-Reviewed Publications *Undergraduate and ҂Graduate Student Coauthor

  1. LaRue, EA, R Fahey, B Aleveshere҂, JW Atkins, P Bhatt҂, B Buma, S Cousins, JM Elliott҂, A Elmore, C Hakkenberg, B Hardiman, J Johnson, D Kashian, A Koirala҂, M Papes, JB St. Hilliare*, T Surasinghe, J Zambrano, L Zhai, S Fei. A framework for the ecological role of structural diversity. Special Issue on Exploring New Dimensions of Ecosystem Structural Diversity in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. In Revision.
  2. LaRue, EA, R Fahey, T Fuson҂, J Foster, J Hatala Matthes, K Krause, BS Hardiman. 2022. Evaluating the sensitivity of forest structural diversity characterization to LiDAR point density. Ecosphere. Accepted.
  3. Fei, S,  S Kivlin, G Domke, I Jo, EA LaRue, R Phillips. 2022. Coupling of plant and mycorrhizal fungal diversity: its occurrence, relevance, and possible implications under global change. New Phytologist. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.17954
  4. LaRue, EA, J Knott, G Domke, H Chen, Q Guo, M Hisano, C Oswalt, S Oswalt, N Kong, K Potter, S Fei. Structural diversity as a reliable and novel predictor for ecosystem productivity.  Special Issue on Exploring New Dimensions of Ecosystem Structural Diversity in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Accepted.
  5. Nagy, C, et al. (120 authors including EA LaRue ). 2021. Harnessing the NEON Data Revolution to Advance Open Environmental Science with a Diverse and Data-Capable Community. Ecosphere 12: e03833.
  6. LaRue, EA, J Rohr, J Knott҂, WK Dodds, K Dahlin, JH Thorp, JS Johnson, BS Hardiman, MI Rodriguez-Gonzalez҂, M Keller*, R Fahey, M SanClements, JW. Atkins, F Tromboni, G Parker, J Liu, S Fei. 2021. The evolution of macrosystems biology. Invited for a Special Issue on Macrosystems Biology in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19: 11-19.
  7. Tromboni, F, J Liu, E Ziaco, DD Breshears, K Thompson, WK Dodds, K Dahlin, EA LaRue, JH Thorp, A Viña, M Laguë, A Maasri, H Yang, S Chandra, S Fei. 2021. Macrosystems as metacoupled human natural systems. Invited for a Special Issue on Macrosystems Biology in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19: 20-29.
  8. Gough, C, J Atkins, R Fahey, B Hardiman, EA LaRue. 2020. Community and structural constraints on the complexity of eastern North American forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13180
  9. EA LaRue, FW Wagner҂, S Fei, JW Atkins, RT Fahey, CM Gough, BS Hardiman. 2020. Compatibility of aerial and terrestrial LiDAR for quantifying structural diversity in forest macrosystems. Invited as a Special Feature Paper in Remote Sensing. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12091407
  10. Atkins, JW, B Bond-Lamberty, R Fahey, L Haber, E Stuart-Haëntjens, EA LaRue, B McNeil, D Orwig, A Stovall, J Walter, C Gough. 2020. Multidimensional structural characterization is required to detect and differentiate among moderate disturbance agents.  Ecosphere. Accepted.
  11. LaRue, EA, BS Hardiman, JM Elliott*, S Fei. 2019. Structural diversity as a predictor of ecosystem function. Environmental Research Letters. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab49bb
  12. Höök, TO, C Foley, P Collingsworth, D Dorworth, B Fisher, J Hoverman, EA LaRue, M Pyron, J Tank. 2019. An assessment of the potential impacts of climate change on freshwater habitats and biota of Indiana, U.S.A. Accepted in Climate Change.
  13. LaRue, EA, NC Emery, L Briley, MR Christie. 2019 Geographic variation in dispersal and dispersal distance facilitates range expansion of a lakeshore plant in response to climate change. Diversity and Distributions: 25, 1429-1440.
  14. Knott, J҂, EA LaRue, S Ward, E McCallen, K Ordonez҂, F Wagner҂, I Jo, E Elliott*, S Fei. 2019. A roadmap for exploring the thematic content of ecology journals. Ecosphere: 10, 1-10.
  15. BS Hardiman, EA LaRue, J Atkins, R Fahey, C Gough, FW Wagner҂. 2018. Spatial variation in canopy structure across forested landscapes. Forests:9, 474-486.
  16. LaRue, EA, J Atkins, K Dahlin, R Fahey, S Fei, C Gough, BS Hardiman. 2018. Linking Landsat to terrestrial LIDAR: Spectral indices of greenness are correlated with canopy structural complexity. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation: 73, 420- 427.
  17. LaRue, EA, J Holland, NC Emery. 2018. Environmental predictors of dispersal traits across a species’ geographic range. Ecology 99: 1857-1865.
  18. LaRue, EA, S Chambers, NC Emery. 2017. Eco-evolutionary dynamics in restored communities and ecosystems. Restoration Ecology 25: 19-26.
  19. Van Den Elzen, CL, EA LaRue, NC Emery. 2016. Oh the places you’ll go! Understanding the evolutionary interplay between dispersal and habitat adaptation as a driver of plant distributions. American Journal of Botany 103: 2015-2018.
  20. LaRue, EA, D Grimm*, RA Thum. 2013. Laboratory crosses and genetic analysis of natural populations demonstrate sexual viability of invasive hybrid watermilfoils (Myriophyllum spicatum x M. sibiricum). Aquatic Botany 109: 49-53.
  21. LaRue, EA, MP Zuellig, MD Netherland, M Heilman, RA Thum. 2013. Hybrid watermilfoil lineages are more invasive and less sensitive to a commonly used herbicide than their exotic parent (Eurasian watermilfoil). Evolutionary Applications 6: 462-471.
  22. Tavalire, HF, G Bugbee, EA LaRue, RA Thum. 2012. Hybridization, cryptic diversity, and invasiveness in introduced variable-leaf watermilfoil. Evolutionary Applications 5: 892-900.
  23. LaRue EA, CR Ruetz III, MB Stacey, RA Thum. 2011. Population genetic structure of the round goby in Lake Michigan: implications for dispersal of invasive species. Hydrobiologia 663: 71-82.
  24. Andris, M et al. (75 other authors). 2010. Permanent genetic resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 June 2010-31 July 2010. Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 1106-1108.