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Compson, Zacchaeus G and Hungate, Bruce A and Whitham, Thomas G and Meneses, Nashelly and Busby, Posy E and Wojtowicz, Todd and Ford, Audrey C and Adams, Kenneth J and Marks, Jane C (2016) Plant genotype influences aquatic-terrestrial ecosystem linkages through timing and composition of insect emergence. Ecosphere, 7 (5). ISSN 2150-8925

Wymore, Adam S. and Compson, Zacchaeus G. and McDowell, William H. and Potter, Jody D. and Hungate, Bruce A. and Whitham, Thomas G. and Marks, Jane C. (2015) Leaf-litter leachate is distinct in optical properties and bioavailability to stream heterotrophs. Freshwater Science, 34 (3). ISSN 2161-9549

Gehring, Catherine A. and Mueller, Rebecca C. and Haskins, Kristin E. and Rubow, Tine K. and Whitham, Thomas G. (2014) Convergence in mycorrhizal fungal communities due to drought, plant competition, parasitism, and susceptibility to herbivory: consequences for fungi and host plants. Frontiers in Microbiology, 5. p. 306. ISSN 1664-302X

Ikeda, Dana H. and Grady, Kevin C. and Shuster, Stephen M. and Whitham, Thomas G. (2014) Incorporating climate change and exotic species into forecasts of riparian forest distribution. PLoS ONE, 9 (9). e107037. ISSN 1932-6203

Cushman, Samuel A. and Max, Tamara and Meneses, Nashelly and Evans, Luke M. and Ferrier, Sharon and Honchak, Barbara and Whitham, Thomas G. and Allan, Gerard J. (2014) Landscape genetic connectivity in a riparian foundation tree is jointly driven by climatic gradients and river networks. Ecological Applications, 24 (5). pp. 1000-1014. ISSN 1051-0761

Classen, Aimee T. and Chapman, Samantha K. and Whitham, Thomas G and Hart, Stephen C. and Koch, George W. (2013) Long-term insect herbivory slows soil development in an arid ecosystem. Ecosphere, 4 (5). ISSN 2150-8925

Hjältén, Joakim and Axelsson, E. Petter and Whitham, Thomas G. and LeRoy, Carri J. and Julkunen-Tiitto, Riitta and Wennström, Anders and Pilate, Gilles (2012) Increased Resistance of Bt Aspens to Phratora vitellinae (Coleoptera) Leads to Increased Plant Growth under Experimental Conditions. PLoS ONE, 7 (1). e30640. ISSN 1932-6203

Bridgeland, William T. and Beier, Paul and Kolb, Thomas and Whitham, Thomas G (2010) A conditional trophic cascade: Birds benefit faster growing trees with strong links between predators and plants. Ecology, 91 (1). pp. 73-84. ISSN 0012-9658

Woolbright, Scott and Whitham, Tom and Allan, Gery and Meneses, Nashelly and Bothwell, Helen (2008) Using Great Basin cottonwoods to study climate change and evolution. The Midden.

LeRoy, Carri J. and Whitham, Thomas G. and Wooley, Stuart C. and Marks, Jane C. (2007) Within-species variation in foliar chemistry influences aquatic leaf litter decomposition. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 26 (3). pp. 426-438. ISSN 0887-3593

Cox, Greg and Fischer, Dylan and Hart, Stephen C. and Whitham, T. G. (2005) Nonresponse of native Cottonwood trees to water additions during summer drought. Western North American Naturalist, 65 (2). pp. 175-185. ISSN 1527-0904

Gehring, Catherine A. and Cobb, Neil S. and Whitham, Thomas G. (1997) Three-way interactions among ectomycorrhizal mutualists, scale insects, and resistant and susceptible pinyon pines. American Naturalist, 149 (5). pp. 824-841. ISSN 1537-5323

Floate, K. D. and Whitham, T. G. (1993) The "hybrid bridge" hypothesis: host shifting via plant hybrid swarms. American Naturalist, 141 (4). pp. 651-662. ISSN 0003-0147

Cushman, J. Hall and Whitham, Thomas G. (1991) Competition mediating the outcome of a mutualism: Protective services of ants as a limiting resource for membracids. American Naturalist, 138 (4). pp. 851-865. ISSN 0003-0147

Maschinski, J. and Whitham, T. G. (1989) The continuum of plant responses to herbivory: the influence of plant association, nutrient availability and timing. American Naturalist, 134 (1). pp. 1-19. ISSN 1537-5323

Paige, Ken N. and Whitham, Thomas G. (1987) Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory - the advantage of being eaten. American Naturalist, 129 (3). pp. 407-416. ISSN 1537-5323

Paige, Ken N. and Whitham, Thomas G. (1987) Overcompensation in response to mammalian herbivory: The advantage of being eaten. American Naturalist, 129 (3). pp. 407-416. ISSN 0003-0147

Whitham, Thomas G. (1980) The theory of habitat selection: Examined and extended using Pemphigus aphids. American Naturalist, 115 (4). pp. 449-466. ISSN 0003-0147

Monograph

Morrow, Patrice A. and Whitham, Thomas G. (1994) Gall-forming insects concentrate on hybrid phenotypes of Eucalyptus hosts. Technical Report. U.S. Forest Service North Central Forest Experiment Station.

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