Rachel Kehoe
Rachel Kehoe
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Artificial nighttime light changes aphid-parasitoid population dynamics
D Sanders, R Kehoe, K Tiley, J Bennie, D Cruse, TW Davies, ...
Scientific reports 5, 15232, 2015
Trophic redundancy reduces vulnerability to extinction cascades
D Sanders, E Thébault, R Kehoe, FJF van Veen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), 2419-2424, 2018
Defensive insect symbiont leads to cascading extinctions and community collapse
D Sanders, R Kehoe, FJF van Veen, A McLean, HCJ Godfray, M Dicke, ...
Ecology Letters 19 (7), 789-799, 2016
Low levels of artificial light at night strengthen top-down control in insect food web
D Sanders, R Kehoe, D Cruse, FJF van Veen, KJ Gaston
Current Biology 28 (15), 2474-2478. e3, 2018
Experimental evidence for the population-dynamic mechanisms underlying extinction cascades of carnivores
D Sanders, R Kehoe, FJF van Veen
Current Biology 25 (23), 3106-3109, 2015
Shifting daylength regimes associated with range shifts alter aphid‐parasitoid community dynamics
RC Kehoe, D Cruse, D Sanders, KJ Gaston, FJF van Veen
Ecology and evolution 8 (17), 8761-8769, 2018
Nonhost diversity and density reduce the strength of parasitoid–host interactions
R Kehoe, E Frago, C Barten, F Jecker, F Van Veen, D Sanders
Ecology and Evolution 6 (12), 4041-4049, 2016
A meta-analysis of biological impacts of artificial light at night
D Sanders, E Frago, R Kehoe, C Patterson, KJ Gaston
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-8, 2020
Longer photoperiods through range shifts and artificial light lead to a destabilizing increase in host–parasitoid interaction strength
R Kehoe, D Sanders, D Cruse, M Silk, KJ Gaston, JR Bridle, F van Veen
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
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