Wright ER, KD Chase, and SF Ward. In press. Quantifying the potential for wind and phoresy to drive off-plant movement of crapemyrtle bark scale, Acanthococcus lagerstroemiae Kuwana (Hemiptera: Eriococcidae): implications for spread in urban landscapes. Agricultural and Forest Entomology.
Sabet A, SF Ward, and R Pesapane. Amblyomma maculatum (Gulf Coast tick). Trends in Parasitology. DOI: 10.1016/j.pt.2023.08.005
Wright ER, KD Chase, and SF Ward. 2023. Winter activity for crapemyrtle bark scale, an urban landscape pest. HortScience (58) 1237-1241.
Nanninga C, SF Ward, BH Aukema, and RM Montgomery. 2023. The effects of chilling and forcing temperatures on spring synchrony between larch casebearer and tamarack. Agricultural and Forest Entomology (25) 658-668.
Ward SF and JJ Riggins. Warm temperatures and host tree abundance explain variation in directional spread by laurel wilt. Biological Invasions (25) 2747-2761.
Sabet A, E Dalliance, ME Embers, SF Ward, and J Goddard. 2023. Attempt at artificial infection of Cimex lectularius with Bartonella henselae. Journal of Entomological Science (58) 307-317.
Ward SF and JJ Riggins. 2023. Drivers of invasion by a tree-killing, vector-disease complex (laurel wilt) across the southeastern US. Landscape Ecology (38) 567–581.
Ward SF, EG Brockerhoff, RM Turner, T Yamanaka, L Marini, S Fei, and AM Liebhold. 2023. Prevalence and drivers of a tree-killing bark beetle, Ips typographus (L.) (Coleoptera, Scolytinae), in international invasion pathways. Journal of Pest Science (96) 845–856.
Trombik J, SF Ward, AL Norrbom and AM Liebhold. 2023. Global drivers of historical true fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) invasions. Journal of Pest Science (96) 345-357.
Ward SF, AM Liebhold, and S Fei. 2022. Variable effects of forest diversity on invasions by non-native pests. Biodiversity and Conservation (31) 2575–2586.
Huang M, A Jones, A Sabet, J Masters, N Deering, SF Ward, and J Goddard. 2021. Questing behavior of adult Amblyomma americanum (L.) in a laboratory setting. Systematic and Applied Acarology (26) 2303-2310.
Cook RT, SF Ward, AM Liebhold, and S Fei. 2021. Spatial dynamics of spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, invasion of the Northeast United States. NeoBiota (70) 23-42.
Mally, R., J. Trombik, J. Buszko, V. Medzihorsky, S.F. Ward, and A.M. Liebhold. In press. Non-native plant drives the spatial dynamics of its herbivores: the case of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) in Europe. NeoBiota.
Ward, S.F., A.M. Liebhold, R.S. Morin, and S. Fei. 2021. Population dynamics of ash across the eastern USA following invasion by emerald ash borer. Forest Ecology and Management (479) 118574.
Ward, S.F., B.H. Aukema, A.M. Liebhold, and S. Fei. In press. Warmer temperatures increase population growth of an invasive defoliator while inhibiting demographic responses by imported parasitoids. Ecology e03156.
Greimann, E.S., S.F. Ward, J.D. Woodell, S. Hennessey, M.R. Kline, J.A. Moreno, M. Peters, J.L. Cruise, K.L. Montooth, M. Neiman, J. Sharbrough. 2020. Phenotypic variation in mitochondria-related performance traits across New Zealand snail populations. Integrative and Comparative Biology (60) 275-287.
Ward, S.F., B.S. Taylor, K.-A. Dixon Hamil, K.H. Riiters, and S. Fei. 2020. Effects of roads and associated landscape context on invasion by forest plants. Biological Invasions (22) 3051–3066
Ward, S.F., A.M. Liebhold, and S. Fei. 2020. Temporal dynamics and drivers of landscape-level spread by emerald ash borer. Journal of Applied Ecology (57) 1020-1030.
Ward, S.F., A.M. Kees, R.C. Venette, and B.H. Aukema. 2020. Allopatric populations of the invasive larch casebearer differ in cold tolerance and phenology. Ecological Entomology (45) 55-66.
Ward, S.F., A.M. Liebhold, and S. Fei. 2019. Spatial patterns in discovery locations and hotspots for invasive forest pests. Global Ecology and Biogeography (28) 1749-1762.
Ward, S.F., R.D. Moon, and B.H. Aukema. Implications of seasonal and annual heat accumulation for population dynamics of an invasive defoliator. Oecologia (190) 703-714.
Ward, S.F., D.A. Herms, R.D. Moon, and B.H. Aukema. Determinants and consequences of plant–insect phenological synchrony for a non‑native herbivore on a deciduous conifer: implications for invasion success. Oecologia (190) 867-878.
Knott, J., I. Jo, E.A. LaRue, E.B. McCallen, K. Ordonez, F. Wagner, S.F. Ward, and S. Fei. A roadmap for exploring the thematic content of ecology journals. Ecosphere (10) e02801.
Ward, S.F., A.M. Kees, M.P. Maddox III, R.M. Montgomery, and B.H. Aukema. The role of simulated spring water stress in interactions between eastern larch and larch casebearer. Arthropod-Plant Interactions (13) 621–633.
Ward, S.F. and B.H. Aukema. 2019. Anomalous outbreaks of an invasive defoliator and native bark beetle facilitated by warm temperatures, changes in precipitation, and interspecific interactions. Ecography (42) 1068-1078.
Ward, S.F. and B.H. Aukema. 2019. Climatic synchrony and increased outbreaks in allopatric populations of an invasive defoliator. Biological Invasions (21) 685-691.
Ward, S.F., R.C. Venette, and B.H. Aukema. 2019. Cold tolerance of the invasive larch casebearer and implications to invasion success. Agricultural and Forest Entomology (21) 88-98.
Boley, S.P., T.D. Olives, S.A. Bangh, S. Fahrner, and J.B. Cole. 2019. Physostigmine is superior to non-antidote therapy in the management of antimuscarinic delirium: a prospective study from a regional poison center. Clinical Toxicology (57) 50-55.
Fahrner, S. and B.H. Aukema. 2018. Correlates of spread rates of non-native insects. Global Ecology and Biogeography (27) 734-743.
Fahrner, S.J., M.A. Abrahamson, R.C. Venette, and B.H. Aukema. 2017. Strategic removal of host trees in isolated, satellite infestations of emerald ash borer can reduce population growth. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening (24) 184-194.
Fahrner, S.J., J. Albers, M. Albers, T. Lanigan, R. Murphy, K.F. Raffa, and B.H. Aukema. 2016. Oviposition and feeding on red pine by jack pine budworm at a previously unrecorded scale. Agricultural and Forest Entomology (18) 214-222.
Fahrner, S.J., J.P. Lelito, and B.H. Aukema. 2015. The influence of temperature on the flight capacity of Agrilus planipennis and its parasitoid Tetrastichus planipennisi: implications to biological control. BioControl (60) 437-449.
Fahrner, S.J., J.P. Lelito, K. Blaedow, G.E. Heimpel, and B.H. Aukema. 2014. Factors affecting the flight capacity of Tetrastichus planipennisi (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), a classical biological control agent of emerald ash borer Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Environmental Entomology (43) 1603-1612.