Kyle J. Haynes

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Publications of Kyle J. Haynes (9 listed):

Oikos (2018) 127, 634-642
Kyle J. Haynes, Andrew M. Liebhold, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Andrew J. Allstadt and Randall S. Morin (2018)
Geographic variation in forest composition and precipitation predict the synchrony of forest insect outbreaks

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2014) 16, 359-368
Rea Manderino, Thomas O. Crist and Kyle J. Haynes (2014)
Lepidoptera-specific insecticide used to suppress gypsy moth outbreaks may benefit non-target forest Lepidoptera

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2013) 280 (1753 - 20122373)
Kyle J. Haynes, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Andrew J. Allstadt and Andrew M. Liebhold (2013)
Geographical variation in the spatial synchrony of a forest-defoliating insect: isolation of environmental and spatial drivers

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013) 110, 14978-14983
Bret D. Elderd, Brian J. Rehill, Kyle J. Haynes and Greg Dwyer (2013)
Induced plant defenses, host-pathogen interactions, and forest insect outbreaks

Oecologia (2013) 172, 141-151
Andrew J. Allstadt, Kyle J. Haynes, Andrew M. Liebhold and Derek M. Johnson (2013)
Long-term shifts in the cyclicity of outbreaks of a forest-defoliating insect

Population Ecology (2012) 54, 239-250
Kyle J. Haynes, Andrew M. Liebhold and Derek M. Johnson (2012)
Elevational gradient in the cyclicity of a forest-defoliating insect

Oecologia (2009) 159, 249-256
Kyle J. Haynes, Andrew M. Liebhold and Derek M. Johnson (2009)
Spatial analysis of harmonic oscillation of gypsy moth outbreak intensity

Oikos (2009) 118, 1477-1486
Kyle J. Haynes and Thomas O. Crist (2009)
Insect herbivory in an experimental agroecosystem: the relative importance of habitat area, fragmentation, and the matrix

Oecologia (2007) 153, 511-520
Kyle J. Haynes, Tim Diekötter and Thomas O. Crist (2007)
Resource complementation and the response of an insect herbivore to habitat area and fragmentation