Kharouba, H.M. & Yang, L.H. 2021. Disentangling the direct, indirect and combined effects of experimental warming on a plant-insect herbivore interaction. Ecosphere 12:e03778. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3778
Rivest, S.R. and Kharouba, H.M. 2021. Anthropogenic disturbance promotes the abundance of a newly introduced butterfly in Canada, Polyommatus icarus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology. pdf Press release. Interview on CBC Ottawa Morning show. Article in Le Devoir
Lalonde, S., McCune, J.L., Rivest, S.A., & Kharouba, H.M. 2021. Decline in common milkweed along roadsides around Ottawa, Canada. Écoscience. pdf
Tremblay, P.T., MacMillan, H.A., and Kharouba, H.M. 2021. Autumn larval cold tolerance does not predict the northern range limit of a widespread butterfly species. Ecology and Evolution. pdf
Dargent, F., Gilmour, S.M., Brown, E.A., Kassen, R. & Kharouba, H.M. 2021. Low prevalence of the parasite Ophryocystis elektroscirrha at the range edge of the eastern North American monarch (Danaus plexippus) butterfly population. Canadian Journal of Zoology. pdf
Kharouba, H.M. and Wolkovich, E.M. 2020. Disconnects between ecological theory and data in phenological mismatch research. Nature Climate Change, 10:406-415. doi: 10.1038/s41558-020-0752-x (pdf)
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McCune, J.L., Roser-Katz, H., Bennett, J.R., Schuster, R., & Kharouba, H.M. 2020. Do traits of plant species predict the efficacy of species distribution models for finding new occurrences? Ecology and Evolution, 00:1-14. DOI:10.1002/ece3.6254 (pdf)
Radchuk, V. + 64 co-authors (incl. Kharouba, H.M). 2019. Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient. Nature Communications 10: 3109.
Panchen, Z.A., Doubt, J.M, Kharouba, H.M., and Johnston, M.O. 2019. Patterns and biases in an Arctic herbarium specimen collection: implications for phenological research. Applications in Plant Sciences 7:e1229. Special Issue: “Emerging Frontiers in Plant Phenology” (pdf)
Chmura, H.E., Kharouba, H.M., Ashander, J., Ehlman, S.M., Rivest, E.B., and Yang, L.H. 2019. The mechanisms of phenology: the patterns and processes of phenological shifts. Ecological Monographs 89:e01337 DOI: 10.1002/ecm.1337 (pdf)
Kharouba, H.M., Lewthwaite, J.M.M., Guralnick, R., Kerr, J.T., and Vellend, M. 2018. Using insect natural history collections to study global change impacts: challenges and opportunities. Theme Issue: Biological collections for understanding biodiversity in the Anthropocene. Philosophical Transactions B 374: 20170405 (pdf).
Kharouba, H.M., Ehrlen, J., Gelman, A., Bolmgren, K., Allen, J., Travers, S. and E.M. Wolkovich. 2018. Global shifts in the phenological synchrony of species interactions over recent decades. PNAS 115:5211-5216 (pdf) Commentary; Media coverage: National Post, CBC Radio-Canada, New York Times
Buckley, L.B., Arakaki, A.J., Cannistra, A.F., Kharouba, AH.M. and Kingsolver, J.G. 2017. Insect development, thermal pasticity and fitness implications in changing, seasonal environments. Integrative and Comparative Biology, icx032. pdf
Wetzel, W.C., Kharouba, H.M., Robinson, M., Holyoak, M. and Karban, R. 2016. Variance in plant nutritive traits reduces the performance of insect herbivores. Nature 539:425.. doi: 10.1038/nature20140 (data)