† Authors are listed alphabetically after first author
‡ Papers with undergraduate co-authors

  • McKenzie, E.A., Elkinton, J.S., Casagrande, R.A., Preisser, E.L., and M. Mayer. 2014. Terpene chemistry of eastern hemlocks resistant to hemlock woolly adelgid. Journal of Chemical Ecology 40(9): 1003-1012 [PDF]
  • Preisser, E.L., Oten, K.F., and F.P. Hain. 2014. Hemlock woolly adelgid in the eastern United States: what have we learned? Southeastern Naturalist 13(special issue 6): 1-15 [PDF]
  • Gonda-King, L., Gómez, S., Martin, J., Orians, C.M., and E.L. Preisser. 2014. Tree responses to an invasive sap-feeding insect. Plant Ecology 215(3): 297-304 [PDF]
  • Ferrari, J.R., Preisser, E.L., and M.C. Fitzpatrick. 2014. Modeling the spread of invasive species using dynamic network models. Biological Invasions 16(4): 949-960 [PDF]
  • Soltis, N., Gómez, S., Leisk, G., Sherwood, P., Preisser, E.L., Bonello, E., and C.M. Orians. 2014. Failure under stress: the effect of the exotic herbivore Adelges tsugae on biomechanics of Tsuga canadensis. Annals of Botany 113(4): 721-730 [PDF]
  • Radville, L., Gonda-King, L., Gómez, S., Kaplan, I., and E.L. Preisser. 2014. Are exotic herbivores better competitors? A meta-analysis. Ecology 95(1): 30-36 [PDF]
  • Gómez, S., Gonda-King, L., Orians, C.M., and E.L. Preisser. 2014. Competitor avoidance drives within-host feeding site selection in a passively-dispersed herbivore. Ecological Entomology 39(1): 10-16 [PDF]