Shannon Pelini
Shannon Pelini
Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University
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The little things that run the world revisited: a review of ant-mediated ecosystem services and disservices (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
I Del Toro, RR Ribbons, SL Pelini
Myrmecological News 17 (0), 133-46, 2012
Invertebrates, ecosystem services and climate change
CM Prather, SL Pelini, A Laws, E Rivest, M Woltz, CP Bloch, I Del Toro, ...
Biological Reviews 88 (2), 327-348, 2013
Who likes it hot? A global analysis of the climatic, ecological, and evolutionary determinants of warming tolerance in ants
SE Diamond, DM Sorger, J Hulcr, SL Pelini, ID Toro, C Hirsch, E Oberg, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (2), 448-456, 2012
Coordinated approaches to quantify long‐term ecosystem dynamics in response to global change
Y Luo, J Melillo, S Niu, C Beier, JS Clark, AT Classen, E Davidson, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 843-854, 2011
A physiological trait‐based approach to predicting the responses of species to experimental climate warming
SE Diamond, LM Nichols, N McCoy, C Hirsch, SL Pelini, NJ Sanders, ...
Ecology 93 (11), 2305-2312, 2012
Translocation experiments with butterflies reveal limits to enhancement of poleward populations under climate change
SL Pelini, JDK Dzurisin, KM Prior, CM Williams, TD Marsico, BJ Sinclair, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (27), 11160-11165, 2009
Foraging by forest ants under experimental climatic warming: a test at two sites
KL Stuble, SL Pelini, SE Diamond, DA Fowler, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders
Ecology and evolution 3 (3), 482-491, 2013
The influence of species interactions on geographic range change under climate change
JJ Hellmann, KM Prior, SL Pelini
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1249 (1), 18-28, 2012
The response of two butterfly species to climatic variation at the edge of their range and the implications for poleward range shifts
JJ Hellmann, SL Pelini, KM Prior, JDK Dzurisin
Oecologia 157, 583-592, 2008
Heating up the forest: open‐top chamber warming manipulation of arthropod communities at Harvard and Duke Forests
SL Pelini, FP Bowles, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (5), 534-540, 2011
Common garden experiments reveal uncommon responses across temperatures, locations, and species of ants
SL Pelini, SE Diamond, H MacLean, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, ...
Ecology and evolution 2 (12), 3009-3015, 2012
Climatic warming destabilizes forest ant communities
SE Diamond, LM Nichols, SL Pelini, CA Penick, GW Barber, SH Cahan, ...
Science Advances 2 (10), e1600842, 2016
Adaptation to host plants may prevent rapid insect responses to climate change
SL Pelini, JA Keppel, AE Kelley, JJ Hellmann
Global Change Biology 16 (11), 2923-2929, 2010
Characterization of the thermal tolerances of forest ants of New England
EW Oberg, I Del Toro, SL Pelini
Insectes Sociaux, 1-8, 2012
Intra-individual variation allows an explicit test of the hygric hypothesis for discontinuous gas exchange in insects
CM Williams, SL Pelini, JJ Hellmann, BJ Sinclair
Biology Letters 6 (2), 274-277, 2010
Using physiology to predict the responses of ants to climatic warming
SE Diamond, CA Penick, SL Pelini, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 53 (6), 965-974, 2013
Insect mutualisms buffer warming effects on multiple trophic levels
M Marquis, I Del Toro, SL Pelini
Ecology 95 (1), 9-13, 2014
Effects of short‐term warming on low and high latitude forest ant communities
SL Pelini, M Boudreau, N McCoy, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, ...
Ecosphere 2 (5), 1-12, 2011
Climate change and temporal and spatial mismatches in insect communities
SL Pelini, KM Prior, DJ Parker, JDK Dzurisin, RL Lindroth, JJ Hellmann
Climate change, 215-231, 2009
Geographic differences in effects of experimental warming on ant species diversity and community composition
SL Pelini, SE Diamond, LM Nichols, KL Stuble, AM Ellison, NJ Sanders, ...
Ecosphere 5 (10), 1-12, 2014
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