David H. Wise
David H. Wise
Prof. Ecology and Evolution, Dept. Biol. Sci., Univ. Illinois at Chicago
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Spiders in ecological webs
DH Wise
Cambridge University Press, 1995
14591995
Terrestrial trophic cascades: how much do they trickle?
J Halaj, DH Wise
The American Naturalist 157 (3), 262-281, 2001
4022001
Cannibalism, food limitation, intraspecific competition, and the regulation of spider populations
DH Wise
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 51, 441-465, 2006
3092006
Bottom‐up limitation of predaceous arthropods in a detritus‐based terrestrial food web
B Chen, DH Wise
Ecology 80 (3), 761-772, 1999
3041999
Growth, development, and survival of a generalist predator fed single-and mixed-species diets of different quality
S Toft, DH Wise
Oecologia 119 (2), 191-197, 1999
2241999
Food limitation of the spider Linyphia marginata: experimental field studies
DH Wise
Ecology 56 (3), 637-646, 1975
2141975
Impact of a detrital subsidy on trophic cascades in a terrestrial grazing food web
J Halaj, DH Wise
Ecology 83 (11), 3141-3151, 2002
1982002
Contrasting trophic cascades generated by a community of generalist predators
WE Snyder, DH Wise
Ecology 82 (6), 1571-1583, 2001
1952001
Spider predation on forest-floor Collembola and evidence for indirect effects on decomposition
KL Lawrence, DH Wise
Pedobiologia 44 (1), 33-39, 2000
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Predator interference and the establishment of generalist predator populations for biocontrol
WE Snyder, DH Wise
Biological Control 15 (3), 283-292, 1999
1871999
Cannibalism regulates densities of young wolf spiders: evidence from field and laboratory experiments
JD Wagner, DH Wise
Ecology 77 (2), 639-652, 1996
1611996
Effects of an experimental increase in prey abundance upon the reproductive rates of two orb-weaving spider species (Araneae: Araneidae)
DH Wise
Oecologia 41 (3), 289-300, 1979
1571979
Inferring trophic positions of generalist predators and their linkage to the detrital food web in agroecosystems: a stable isotope analysis
DM McNabb, J Halaj, DH Wise
Pedobiologia 45 (4), 289-297, 2001
1362001
Climbing to reach females: Romeo should be small
J Moya‐Laraño, J Halaj, DH Wise
Evolution 56 (2), 420-425, 2002
1322002
Spiders in decomposition food webs of agroecosystems: theory and evidence
DH Wise, WE Snyder, P Tuntibunpakul, J Halaj
Journal of Arachnology, 363-370, 1999
1161999
Predicted climate change alters the indirect effect of predators on an ecosystem process
JR Lensing, DH Wise
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (42), 15502-15505, 2006
1092006
Unexpected indirect effect of spiders on the rate of litter disappearance in a deciduous forest
KL Lawrence, DH Wise
Pedobiologia 48 (2), 149-157, 2004
962004
Subsidy from the detrital food web, but not microhabitat complexity, affects the role of generalist predators in an aboveground herbivore food web
K Birkhofer, DH Wise, S Scheu
Oikos 117 (4), 494-500, 2008
952008
Colonization of artificial substrates by stream insects: influence of substrate size and diversity
DH Wise, MC Molles
Hydrobiologia 65 (1), 69-74, 1979
951979
Cursorial spiders retard initial aphid population growth at low densities in winter wheat
K Birkhofer, E Gavish-Regev, K Endlweber, YD Lubin, K Von Berg, ...
Bulletin of Entomological Research 98 (3), 249, 2008
852008
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