Natalie Clay
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Thermal adaptation generates a diversity of thermal limits in a rainforest ant community
M Kaspari, NA Clay, J Lucas, SP Yanoviak, A Kay
Global change biology 21 (3), 1092-1102, 2015
Sodium shortage as a constraint on the carbon cycle in an inland tropical rainforest
M Kaspari, SP Yanoviak, R Dudley, M Yuan, NA Clay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (46), 19405-19409, 2009
Sodium fertilization increases termites and enhances decomposition in an Amazonian forest
M Kaspari, NA Clay, DA Donoso, SP Yanoviak
Ecology 95 (4), 795-800, 2014
Salt in our streams: even small sodium additions can have negative effects on detritivores
M Tyree, N Clay, S Polaskey, S Entrekin
Hydrobiologia 775, 109-122, 2016
Short-term sodium inputs attract microbi-detritivores and their predators
NA Clay, SP Yanoviak, M Kaspari
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 75, 248-253, 2014
Thermal adaptation and phosphorus shape thermal performance in an assemblage of rainforest ants
M Kaspari, NA Clay, J Lucas, S Revzen, A Kay, SP Yanoviak
Ecology 97 (4), 1038-1047, 2016
Multiple riparian–stream connections are predicted to change in response to salinization
SA Entrekin, NA Clay, A Mogilevski, B Howard-Parker, MA Evans-White
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1764), 20180042, 2019
Towards a geography of omnivory: Omnivores increase carnivory when sodium is limiting
NA Clay, RJ Lehrter, M Kaspari
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (6), 1523-1531, 2017
Trees as templates for trophic structure of tropical litter arthropod fauna
DA Donoso, MK Johnston, NA Clay, ME Kaspari
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 61, 45-51, 2013
Urine as an important source of sodium increases decomposition in an inland but not coastal tropical forest
NA Clay, DA Donoso, M Kaspari
Oecologia 177, 571-579, 2015
Arboreal substrates influence foraging in tropical ants
NA Clay, M Bauer, M Solis, SP Yanoviak
Ecological Entomology 35 (4), 417-423, 2010
Manna from heaven: refuse from an arboreal ant links aboveground and belowground processes in a lowland tropical forest
NA Clay, J Lucas, M Kaspari, AD Kay
Ecosphere 4 (11), 1-15, 2013
Inoculation of ophiostomatoid fungi in loblolly pine trees increases the presence of subterranean termites in fungal lesions
NA Clay, N Little, JJ Riggins
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 11, 213-219, 2017
Indirect effects of bark beetle-generated dead wood on biogeochemical and decomposition processes in a pine forest
CM Siegert, NA Clay, JD Tang, LG Garrigues, JJ Riggins
Oecologia 188, 1209-1226, 2018
Nutrient transfer supports a beneficial relationship between the canopy ant, Azteca trigona, and its host tree
JM Lucas, NA Clay, M Kaspari
Ecological Entomology 43 (5), 621-628, 2018
Evidence of sodium limitation in ants and termites in a Neotropical savanna
NA Clay, DB Shepard, AA Garda, DO Mesquita, A Vasconcellos
Journal of Tropical Ecology 38 (2), 71-78, 2022
Salty water and salty leaf litter alters riparian detrital processes: Evidence from sodium-addition laboratory mesocosm experiments
MC Herrmann, SA Entrekin, MA Evans-White, NA Clay
Science of the Total Environment 806, 151392, 2022
Too much of a good thing: Evidence of sodium stress in an inland subtropical riparian detrital system
CP Gruntz, SA Entrekin, MA Evans-White, NA Clay
Applied Soil Ecology 169, 104194, 2022
Termite presence and feeding on loblolly pine wood differs among four root-infecting bluestain (ophiostomatoid) fungal species
NA Clay, C Siegert, JD Tang, NS Little, LG Eckhardt, JJ Riggins
Environmental Entomology 50 (5), 1118-1126, 2021
Biogeochemical hotspots around bark-beetle killed trees
CM Siegert
Proceedings of the 19th biennial southern silvicultural research conference, 2018
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