Amber Wright
Amber Wright
Associate Professor, School of Life Sciences, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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What can we learn from resource pulses
LH Yang, JL Bastow, KO Spence, AN Wright
Ecology 89 (3), 621-634, 2008
A meta‐analysis of resource pulse–consumer interactions
LH Yang, KF Edwards, JE Byrnes, JL Bastow, AN Wright, KO Spence
Ecological Monographs 80 (1), 125-151, 2010
Incorporating model complexity and spatial sampling bias into ecological niche models of climate change risks faced by 90 California vertebrate species of concern
DL Warren, AN Wright, SN Seifert, HB Shaffer
Diversity and Distributions, 2014
Marine subsidies have multiple effects on coastal food webs
DA Spiller, J Piovia-Scott, AN Wright, LH Yang, G Takimoto, TW Schoener, ...
Ecology 91 (5), 1424-1434, 2010
Altered parasite assemblages in raccoons in response to manipulated resource availability
AN Wright, ME Gompper
Oecologia 144, 148-156, 2005
California Amphibian and Reptile Species of Special Concern
R Thomson, A Wright, HB Shaffer
University of California Press, 2016
Altered prevalence of raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) owing to manipulated contact rates of hosts
ME Gompper, AN Wright
Journal of Zoology 266 (2), 215-219, 2005
Pulses of marine subsidies amplify reproductive potential of lizards by increasing individual growth rate
AN Wright, J Piovia‐Scott, DA Spiller, G Takimoto, LH Yang, TW Schoener
Oikos 122 (10), 1496-1504, 2013
Temporal variation in trophic cascades
J Piovia-Scott, LH Yang, AN Wright
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 48, 281-300, 2017
Multiple sources of uncertainty affect metrics for ranking conservation risk under climate change
AN Wright, RJ Hijmans, MW Schwartz, HB Shaffer
Diversity and Distributions 21 (1), 111-122, 2015
The ecomechanics of gecko adhesion: natural surface topography, evolution, and biomimetics
TE Higham, AP Russell, PH Niewiarowski, A Wright, T Speck
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (1), 148-167, 2019
Advances in climate models from CMIP3 to CMIP5 do not change predictions of future habitat suitability for California reptiles and amphibians
AN Wright, MW Schwartz, RJ Hijmans, H Bradley Shaffer
Climatic Change 134, 579-591, 2016
Patterns of freshwater species richness, endemism, and vulnerability in California
JK Howard, KR Klausmeyer, KA Fesenmyer, J Furnish, T Gardali, ...
PLoS One 10 (7), e0130710, 2015
Color pattern asymmetry as a correlate of habitat disturbance in spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum)
AN Wright, KR Zamudio
Journal of Herpetology 36 (1), 129-133, 2002
Habitat Features Determine the Basking Distribution of Introduced Red-Eared Sliders and Native Western Pond Turtles
MR Lambert, SN Nielsen, AN Wright, RC Thomson, HB Shaffer
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 12 (1), 192-199, 2013
Pulsed seaweed subsidies drive sequential shifts in the effects of lizard predators on island food webs
J Piovia‐Scott, LH Yang, AN Wright, DA Spiller, TW Schoener
Ecology Letters 22 (11), 1850-1859, 2019
A freshwater conservation blueprint for California: prioritizing watersheds for freshwater biodiversity
JK Howard, KA Fesenmyer, TE Grantham, JH Viers, PR Ode, PB Moyle, ...
Freshwater Science 37 (2), 417-431, 2018
The effect of chronic seaweed subsidies on herbivory: plant-mediated fertilization pathway overshadows lizard-mediated predator pathways
J Piovia-Scott, DA Spiller, G Takimoto, LH Yang, AN Wright, TW Schoener
Oecologia 172, 1129-1135, 2013
Clinging performance on natural substrates predicts habitat use in anoles and geckos
AN Wright, SR Kennedy‐Gold, ER Naylor, RM Screen, C Piantoni, ...
Functional Ecology, 2021
Marine subsidies change short‐term foraging activity and habitat utilization of terrestrial lizards
HV Kenny, AN Wright, J Piovia‐Scott, LH Yang, DA Spiller, TW Schoener
Ecology and evolution 7 (24), 10701-10709, 2017
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