Katriona Shea

Katriona Shea

Professor of Biology; Alumni Professor in the Biological Sciences

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The use of ecological theory in population management.

Most Recent Papers

Beyond dose

Christopher M. Baker, Matthew J. Ferrari, Katriona Shea, 2018, Scientific Reports

Prior adaptation, diversity, and introduction frequency mediate the positive relationship between propagule pressure and the initial success of founding populations

Megan L. Vahsen, Katriona Shea, Ciara L. Hovis, Brittany J. Teller, Ruth A. Hufbauer, 2018, Biological Invasions on p. 2451-2459

Real-time decision-making during emergency disease outbreaks

William J.M. Probert, Chris P. Jewell, Marleen Werkman, Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Yoshitaka Goto, Michael C. Runge, Satoshi Sekiguchi, Katriona Shea, Matt J. Keeling, Matthew J. Ferrari, Michael J. Tildesley, 2018, PLoS Computational Biology

Projecting the recovery of a long-lived deep-sea coral species after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill using state-structured models

Fanny Girard, Katriona Shea, Charles R. Fisher, 2018, Journal of Applied Ecology on p. 1812-1822

Logistical constraints lead to an intermediate optimum in outbreak response vaccination

Yun Tao, Katriona Shea, Matthew Ferrari, 2018, PLoS Computational Biology

Quantitative evolutionary patterns in bipartite networks

Laura Russo, Adam D. Miller, John Tooker, Ottar N. Bjornstad, Katriona Shea, 2018, Methods in Ecology and Evolution on p. 761-772

Correlation between measles vaccine doses

A. McKee, M. J. Ferrari, K. Shea, 2018, Epidemiology and Infection on p. 468-475

Measles outbreak response Decision-Making under uncertainty

Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Katriona Shea, Spencer Carran, Jose Cassiode Moraes, Christopher Gregory, James L. Goodson, Matthew J. Ferrari, 2018, Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Deliberately increased network connectance in a plant-pollinator community experiment

L. Russo, K. Shea, 2017, Journal of Complex Networks on p. 473-485

Individually mark–mass release–resight study elucidates effects of patch characteristics and distance on host patch location by an insect herbivore

Zeynep Sezen, Derek M. Johnson, Katriona Shea, 2017, Ecological Entomology on p. 273-282

Recent High-Impact Papers

How frequency and intensity shape diversity-disturbance relationships

Adam D. Miller, Stephen H. Roxburgh, Katriona Shea, 2011, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 5643-5648

A network model for plant-pollinator community assembly

Colin Campbell, Suann Yang, Réka Albert, Katriona Shea, 2011, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 197-202

Optimal management strategies to control local population growth or population spread may not be the same

Katriona Shea, Eelke Jongejans, Olav Skarpaas, Dave Kelly, Andy W. Sheppard, 2010, Ecological Applications on p. 1148-1161

Pollinator behavior mediates negative interactions between two congeneric invasive plant species

Suann Yang, Matthew J. Ferrari, Katriona Shea, 2011, American Naturalist on p. 110-118

Plant populations track rather than buffer climate fluctuations

Eelke Jongejans, Hans de Kroon, Shripad Tuljapurkar, Katriona Shea, 2010, Ecology Letters on p. 736-743

Supporting crop pollinators with floral resources

Laura Russo, Nelson Debarros, Suann Yang, Katriona Shea, David Mortensen, 2013, Ecology and Evolution on p. 3125-3140

Diversity-disturbance relationships

Alex R. Hall, Adam D. Miller, Helen C. Leggett, Stephen H. Roxburgh, Angus Buckling, Katriona Shea, 2012, Biology Letters on p. 768-771

Adaptive Management and the Value of Information

Katriona Shea, Michael J. Tildesley, Michael C. Runge, Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Matthew J. Ferrari, 2014, PLoS Biology

Importance of individual and environmental variation for invasive species spread

Eelke Jongejans, Katriona Shea, Olav Skarpaas, Dave Kelly, Stephen P. Ellner, 2011, Ecology on p. 86-97

Optimizing reproductive phenology in a two-resource world

Eric A. Nord, Katriona Shea, Jonathan P. Lynch, 2011, Annals of botany on p. 391-404