Lemoine, N.P., J.D. Dietrich, M.D. Smith (2017) Precipitation and environmental constraints on three aspects of flowering in three dominant tallgrass species. Functional Ecology 31:1894-1902.

Wilcox, K.R., Z. Shi, L.A. Gherardi, N.P. Lemoine, S.E. Koerner, D.L. Hoover, E. Bork, K.M. Byrne, J. Cahill Jr., S.L. Collins, S. Evans, A.K. Gilgen, P. Holub, L. Jiang, A.K. Knapp, L. Yahdjian, D. LeCain, J. Liang, P. Garcia-Palacios, J. Penuelas, W.T. Pockman, M.D. Smith, S.R. White, K. Zhu, Y. Luo (2017) Asymmetric responses of primary productivity to climate extremes: a synthesis of grassland precipitation manipulation experiments. Global Change Biology 23:4376-4386.

Lemoine, N.P. (2017) Predation risk reverses the potential effects of warming on plant-herbivore interactions by altering the relative strengths of trait- and density-mediated interactions. The American Naturalist 190:337-349.

Lemoine, N.P., D. Doublet, J.-P. Salminen, D.E. Burkepile, J.D. Parker (2017) Responses of plant phenology, growth, defense, and reproduction to interactive effects of warming and insect herbivory. Ecology 8:1817-1828.

Rode, M., N.P. Lemoine*, M.D. Smith (2017) Prospective evidence for independent nitrogen and phosphorus limitation of grasshopper (Chorthippus curtipennis) growth in a tallgrass prairie. PLoS One 12:e0177754 (*corresponding author)

Burkepile, D.E., R.W.S. Fynn, D.I. Thompson, N.P. Lemoine, S.E. Koerner, S. Eby, N. Hagenah, K.R. Wilcox, S.L. Collins, K.P. Kirkman, A.K. Knapp, M.D. Smith (2017) Herbivore size matters for productivity-richness relationships in African savannas. Journal of Ecology 105:674-686

Lemoine, N.P. , D.E. Burkepile, J.D. Parker (2017) Insect herbivores increase mortality and reduce tree seedling growth of some species in temperate forest canopy gaps. PeerJ 7:1396-1401


Lemoine, N.P., J. Sheffield, J.S. Dukes, A.K. Knapp, M.D. Smith (2016) The Terrestrial Precipitation Analysis (TPA) web tool: a resource for characterizing long-term precipitation regimes and extremes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7:1396-1401

Burkepile, D.E., D.I. Thompson, R.W.S. Fynn, S.E. Koerner, S. Eby, N. Govender, N. Hagenah, N.P. Lemoine, K.J. Matchett, K.R. Wilcox, S.L. Collins, K.P. Kirkman, A.K. Knapp, M.D. Smith (2016) Fire frequency drives habitat selection by a diverse herbivore guild impacting top-down control of plant communities in an African savanna. Oikos 125:1636-1646

Hamerlinck, G.,  N.P. Lemoine, G.R. Hood, K.C. Abbott, A.A. Forbes (2016) Meek women with powerful daughters: effects of novel host environments and small trait differences on parasitoid wasp competition. Oikos 125:1516-1527

Lemoine, N.P., A. Hoffman, A. Felton, L. Baur, F. Chaves, J. Gray, Q. Yu, M.D. Smith (2016) Underappreciated problems of low statistical power in ecological field studies. Ecology 97:2554-2561

Zaneveld, J.R., D.E. Burkepile, A.A. Shantz, C.E. Pritchard, R. McMinds, J. Payet, R. Welsh, A. Simoes-Correa, N.P. Lemoine, S. Rosales, C. Fuchs, J. Maynard, R.L. Vega-Thurber (2016) Overfishing and nutrient pollution interact with temperature to disrupt coral reefs down to microbial scales. Nature Communications 7:11833

Lemoine, N.P., A.A. Shantz (2016) Increased temperature causes protein-limitation by reducing nitrogen digestion efficiency in the ectothermic herbivore Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Physiological Entomology 41:143-151

Lemoine, N.P., D.E. Burkepile, J.D. Parker (2016) Quantifying differences between native and introduced species. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31:372-381

Shantz, A.A., N.P. Lemoine, D.E. Burkepile (2016) Nutrient loading alters the performance of key nutrient exchange mutualisms. Ecology Letters 19:20-28 Faculty of 1000 Recommendation


Lemoine, N.P., J. Capdevielle, J.D. Parker (2015) Effects of in situ climate warming on larval monarch (Danaus plexippus) development. PeerJ 3:e1293

Lemoine, N.P., J. Shue, B. Verrico, D. Erickson, W.J. Kress, J.D. Parker (2015) Phylogenetic relatedness and leaf functional traits, not introduced status, influence community assembly. Ecology 96(10):2605-2612

Lemoine, N.P. (2015) Climate change may alter monarch spring migration and summer breeding ground distributions. PLoS One 10:e0118614


Cook-Patton, S.C, L. Maynard, N.P. Lemoine, J. Shue, J.D. Parker (2014) Cascading effects of a highly specialized beech-aphid-fungus interaction on forest regeneration. PeerJ 2:e442

Lemoine, N.P., D.E. Burkepile, J.D. Parker (2014) Variable effects of temperature on insect herbivory. PeerJ 2:e367 Featured Article Data and Code

Lemoine, N.P., S.T. Giery, D.E. Burkepile (2014) Differing consumer stoichiometric constraints across ecosystems. Oecologia 174:1367-1376 Data and Code


Lemoine, N.P., W.A. Drews, D.E. Burkepile, J.D. Parker (2013) Temperature alters feeding behavior of a generalist herbivore. Oikos 122:1669-1678 Data and Code

Giery, S.T., N.P. Lemoine, C.M. Hammerschlag-Peyer, R. Abbey-Lee, C.A. Layman (2013) Bidirectional trophic linkages couple a canopy and understory foodweb. Functional Ecology 27(6):1436-1441

Parker, J.D, M.E. Torchin, R.A. Hufbauer, N.P. Lemoine, C. Alba, D.M. Blumen- thal, O. Bossdorf, J.E. Byers, A.M. Dunn, R.W. Heckman, M. Hejda, V. Jarosik, A. Kanarek, L.B. Martin, S.E. Perkins, P. Pysek, K. Schierenbeck, C. Schloeder, R. van Klinken, K.J. Vaughn, W. Williams, L. Wolfe (2013) Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges? Ecology 94(5):985-994 Faculty of 1000 Recommendation

Burkepile, D.E., J. Allgeier, A. Shantz, C.E. Pritchard, N.P. Lemoine, L. Bhatti, C.A. Layman (2013) Carnivorous fishes as vectors of nutrients on coral reefs: the role of nutrient supply in facilitating seaweed abundance. Scientific Reports 3:1493


Lemoine, N.P and D.E. Burkepile (2012) Temperature-induced mismatches between metabolism and consumption reduce consumer fitness. Ecology 93(11):2483-2489 Data and Code

Lemoine, N.P. and J.F. Valentine (2012) Structurally complex habitats provided by Acropora palmata alter ecosystem processes on a patch reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Coral Reefs 31(3):779-786


Lemoine, N.P., N. Buell, A.L. Hill, M.S. Hill (2007) Assessing the utility of sponge microbial symbiont communities as models to study global climate change: a case study with Halichondria bowerbanki. In: Custdio, M. R., G. Lbo-Hajdu, E. Hajdu, and G. Muricy (eds.). Porifera Research: Biodiversity, Innovation, and Sustainability, Srie Livros 28. Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro. pp:419-425