Peer-reviewed research articles:
Crone, E. E. (in review) Behavioral and population responses of social and solitary bees to pulsed floral resources. submitted to American Naturalist
McCaffery, R., A. Solonen, and E. E. Crone (in review) Frog population viability under past, present and future climate conditions: a Bayesian state-space approach. submitted to Journal of Animal Ecology
Crone, E. E. 2012. Desynchronization and re-synchronization of reproduction by Astragalus scaphoides, a plant that flowers in alternate years. accepted for publication in Ecological Research
Gremer, J.R., E. E. Crone, and P. Lesica. 2012. Are dormant plants hedging their bets? Demographic consequences of prolonged dormancy in variable environments. American Naturalist (in press)
Nowak, J and E. E. Crone. 2012. It is good to be eaten by a bear. American Midland Naturalist (in press)
Schultz, C. B., A. M. A. Franco, and E. E. Crone. 2012. Response of butterflies to structural and resource boundaries. accepted for publication in Journal of Animal Ecology
Zwolak, R. and E. E. Crone. 2012. Quanitfying the outcome of plant-granivore interactions. Oikos (in press)
Zwolak, R., D. E. Pearson, Y.K. Ortega, and E. E. Crone. 2012. Mechanisms driving post-fire increase of a generalist mammal. Canadian Journal of Zoology (in press)
Crone, E. E., E. J. B. McIntire, and J. Brodie. 2011. What defines mast seeding? Spatio-temporal patterns of cone production by whitebark pine. Journal of Ecology 99:438-444
Crone, E. E., E. S. Menges, M. M. Ellis, T. Bell, P. Bierzychudek, J. Ehrlén, T. N. Kaye, T. M. Knight, P. Lesica, W. F. Morris, G. Oostermeijer, P. F. Quintana-Ascensio, A. Stanley, T. Ticktin, T. Valverde, and J. L. Williams. 2011. How do plant ecologists use matrix population models? Ecology Letters 14:1-8.
Hodgson, J. A., C. D. Thomas, T. H. Oliver, B. J. Anderson, T. M. Brereton, and E. E. Crone. 2011. Predicting insect phenology across space and time. Global Change Biology 17:1289-1300.
Jäkäläniemi, A., E. E. Crone, P. Närhi, and J. Tuomi. 2011. Orchids do not pay costs at emergence for prolonged dormancy. Ecology 92:1538-1543.
Burns, J. H., S. P. Blomberg, E. E. Crone, J. Ehrlén, T. M. Knight, J. B. Pinchancourt, S. Ramula, G. M. Wardle, and Y. M. Buckley. 2010. Evidence consistent with life history tradeoffs in a phylogenetic analysis of terrestrial plant demography. Journal of Ecology 98: 334-344.
Buckley,Y. M., S. Ramula, S. P. Blomberg, J. H. Burns, E. E. Crone, J. Ehrlén, T. M. Knight, J.B. Pichancourt, H. Quested and G. M. Ward1e. 2010. Causes and consequences of variation in plantpopulation growth rate: a synthesis of matrix population models in a phylogenetic context. Ecology Letters 13:1182-1197.
Gremer, J. R., A. Sala, and E. E. Crone. 2010. Disappearing plants: why they hide and how they return. Ecology 91:3407-3413.
Williams, N. M., E. E. Crone, T. H. Roulston, R. L. Minckley, L. Packer, and S. G. Potts 2010. Ecological and life history traits predict bee species responses to environmental disturbances. Biological Conservation 143:2280-2291
Zwolak, R., D. E. Pearson, Y.K. Ortega, and E. E. Crone. 2010. Fire and mice: Seed predation moderates fire’s influence on conifer recruitment. Ecology 91: 1124-1131.
Crone, E. E., E. Miller, and A. Sala. 2009. How do plants know when other plants are flowering? Resource depletion, pollen limitation, and mast-seeding in a perennial wildflower. Ecology Letters 12:1119-1126. [featured in the “Editor’s choice” of Science (11/27/09) and Faculty of 100 reading list]
Crone, E. E., M. Marler, and D. Pearson. 2009. Non-target effects of broadleaf herbicide on a native perennial forb: A demographic framework for assessing and minimizing impacts Journal of Applied Ecology 46:673-682.
Crone, E. E. and C. B. Schultz. 2008. Old models explain new observations of butterfly movement at patch edges. Ecology 89: 2061-2067.
Buckley, M. and E. E. Crone, 2008. Negative offsite impacts of ecological restoration: Understanding and addressing the conflict. Conservation Biology 22:118-124.
Kremen, C., N. M. Williams, M. A. Aizen, B. Gemmill-Herrenn, G. LeBuhn, R. Minckley, L. Packer, S. G. Potts, T. Roulston, I. Steffan-Dewenter, D. P. Vázquez, R. Winfree, L. Adams, E. E. Crone, S. S. Greenleaf, T. H. Keitt, A. M. Klein, J. Regetz, and T. H. Ricketts. 2007. Pollination and other ecosystem services produced by mobile organisms: a conceptual framework for the effects of land-use change. Ecology Letters 10:299-314
Crone, E. E., D. Pickering and C. B. Schultz. 2007. Can captive rearing promote recovery of endangered butterflies? An assessment in the face of uncertainty. Biological Conservation 139:103-112
Lesica, P. and E. E. Crone. 2007. Causes and consequences of prolonged dormancy for an iteroparous geophyte, Silene spaldingii. Journal of Ecology 95: 1360 – 1369.
McIntire, E. J., C. B. Schultz, and E. E. Crone. 2007. Designing a network for butterfly habitat restoration: where individuals, populations and landscapes interact. Journal of Applied Ecology 44: 725-736.
Williams, J. L. and E. E. Crone. 2007. The impact of invasive grasses on the population growth of Anemone patens, a long-lived native forb. Ecology 87:3200-3208.
Crone, E. E. and P. Lesica. 2006. Pollen and water limitation in Astragalus scaphoides, a plant that flowers in alternate years. Oecologia 150:40-49.
Maron, J. L. and E. E. Crone. 2006. Herbivory: effects on plant abundance, distribution and population growth. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 273:2575-2584
Lesica, P., R. Yurkewycz and E. E. Crone. 2006. Rare plants are common where you find them. American Journal of Botany 93:454-459. [Featured in the bestselling ecology textbook, Ecology by C.J. Krebs (6th ed)]
Crone, E. E., L. Polansky and P. Lesica. 2005. Empirical models of pollen limitation, resource acquisition, and mast seeding by a bee-pollinated wildflower. American Naturalist 166:396-408.
Moffatt, K. C., E. E. Crone, K. D. Holl, R. W. Schlorff, and B. A. Garrison. 2005. Comparing strategies to restore Riparia riparia (Bank Swallow) colonies along the Sacramento River, California. Restoration Ecology 3:391-402.
Schultz, C. B. and E. E. Crone. 2005. Patch size and connectivity thresholds for butterfly habitat restoration. Conservation Biology 19:887-896
Crone, E. E. and P. Lesica, 2004. Causes of synchronous flowering in Astragalus scaphoides, an iteroparous perennial plant. Ecology 85:1944-1954. [Featured in a leading plant ecology textbook: Gurevitch, J., S. Scheiner, and G. Fox (2006) The Ecology of Plants, 2nd ed (pg. 197). ]
Holl, K. D. and E. E. Crone. 2004. Applicability of landscape and island biogeography theory to restoration of riparian understorey plants. Journal of Applied Ecology 41:922-933
Irvine, R. L., E. E. Crone, L. J. Jackson, and E. A. MacIsaac, 2004. Does scale affect ecological model predictions? A test with lake responses to fertilization. Ecological Applications 14:1178-1188.
Winfree,R., J. Dushoff, E. E. Crone, C. B. Schultz, R. V. Budny, N. M. Williams and C. Kremen. 2004. Testing simple indices of habitat proximity. American Naturalist 165: 707-717.
Holl, K. D., E. E. Crone and C. B. Schultz. 2003. Understanding landscape processes through ecological restoration. BioScience 53:491-502.
LaMontagne, J., R. L. Irvine and E. E. Crone. 2002. Spatial patterns of population regulation in sage grouse (Centrocercus spp.) population viability analysis. Journal of Animal Ecology 71:672-682.
Crone, E. E. 2001. Is survivorship a better fitness surrogate than fecundity? Evolution 55:2611-2614.
Crone, E. E., D. Doak and J. Pokki. 2001. Ecological influences on the dynamics of a field vole metapopulation. Ecology 82:831-843.
Schultz, C. B. and E. E. Crone. 2001. Edge-mediated dispersal behavior in a prairie butterfly. Ecology 82:1879-1892.
Harding, E. K., E. E. Crone, B. D. Elderd, J. Hoekstra, A. J. McKerrow, J. D. Perrine, L. J. Rissler, A.G. Stanley, E. L. Walters and NCEAS HCP Working Group. 2001. Use of Science in Habitat Conservation Plans. Conservation Biology 15:488-500.
Molofsky, J., J. Lanza, and E. E. Crone. 2000. Effects of plant litter feedback on density dependent population dynamics. Oecologia 124:522-528.
Crone, E. E., and C. G. Jones. 1999. The dynamics of carbon-nutrient balance: effects of cottonwood acclimation to short- and long-term shade on beetle feeding preference. Journal of Chemical Ecology 25:636-656.
Crone, E. E. and J. L. Gehring. 1998. Population viability of Rorippa columbiae: multiple models for spatial trend data. Conservation Biology 12:1054-1055.
Crone, E. E. and J. Molofsky. 1998. Message in a bottle? Utility and limitations of recent ecological “bottle experiments”. Integrative Biology 1:209-214.
Schultz, C. B. and E. E. Crone. 1998. Fire to restore butterfly habitat? A modeling approach to management tradeoffs for the Fender’s blue. Restoration Ecology 6:244-252.
Crone, E. E., 1997. Delayed density dependence and the stability of interacting populations and subpopulations. Theoretical Population Biology 51:67-76.
Crone, E. E. 1997. Parental environmental effects and cyclical dynamics in plant populations. The American Naturalist 150: 708-729.
Crone, E. E., and D. R. Taylor. 1996. Complex dynamics in experimental populations of an annual plant, Cardamine pensylvanica. Ecology 77:289-299
Ranta, E., Lindström, J., Kaitala, V., Crone, E., Lundberg, P., Hokkanen, T. and Kubin, E. 2010. Life-history mediated responses to weather, phenology and large-scale population patterns. A contributed chapter to: Phenology (eds., Hudson, I., Keatley, M.), Springer Verlag.
Ovaskainen, O. and E. E. Crone. Modeling animal movement with diffusion. (2009) Contributed chapter to: Spatial Ecology (eds. S. Cantrell, C. Cosner, S. Ruan) Chapman and Hall/CRC Press.
Crone, E. E. and C. B. Schultz. 2003. Minimum patch size for butterfly population persistence. in: C. Boggs, W. Watt, and P. Ehrlich (eds) Ecology and Evolution Taking Flight: Butterflies as Model Study Systems. University of Chicago Press.
Golet, G.H., D.L. Brown, E.E. Crone, G.R. Geupel, S.E. Greco, K.D. Holl, K.A. Hoover, D.E. Jukkola, G.M. Kondolf, E.W. Larsen, F.K. Ligon, R.A. Luster, M.P. Marchetti, N. Nur, B.K. Orr, D.R. Peterson, M.E. Power, W.E. Rainey, M.D. Roberts, J.G. Silveira, S.L. Small, J.C. Vick, D.S. Wilson, and D.M. Wood. 2003 In press. Using science to evaluate restoration efforts and ecosystem health on the Sacramento River Project, California. In PM Faber (editor), Proceedings of the Riparian Habitat and Floodplains Conference, March 12-25, 2001, Sacramento, CA. University of California Press.
Crone, E. E. 2000. Restoration Ecology. McGraw-Hill 2000 Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York, NY USA.
Other journal articles:
Buckley, M. and E.E. Crone. 2009. Learning from Experience (response to Golet et al.) Conservation Biology (in press).
Jones, A., and E. E. Crone. 2009 Effect of disturbance history on Hieracium aurantiacum (orange hawkweed) invasion. Ecological Restoration 27:139-141
Schultz, C. B. and E. E. Crone. 2008. Using ecological theory to advance butterfly conservation. Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 54: 63 - 68
Callaway, R. M., A. Sala, E. Crone, and J. Maron. 2003. Plant ecology textbooks: a new contender (Book Review) American Journal of Botany 90: 960-964.
Nelson, W. A. and E. E. Crone, 1999. Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits (book review). Quarterly Review of Biology 74:225.
Buck. W. R., R. C. Harris, A. J. Shaw, M. D. Piercey-Normore, A. Tabaee, J. Antonovics and E. E. Crone. 1998. Unusual lichens under electricity pylons on zinc-enriched soil. The Bryologist 102: 130-132