Javornik, C.J. and S.K. Collinge. 2016. Influences of annual weather variability on vernal pool plant abundance and community composition. Aquatic Botany 134:61-67.
Schlatter, K.J., A.M. Faist, and S.K. Collinge. 2016. Using performance standards to guide vernal pool restoration and adaptive management. Restoration Ecology 24:145-152.
Faist, A.M., P. Collinge, I. Schwartz, and S.K. Collinge. 2015. Aliens invade and drop off litter. Science Scope, January: 3-10. [Note: Science Scope is the National Science Teacher Association’s peer-reviewed journal for middle level and junior high school science teachers; we published an exercise related to our NSF LTREB grant on which we collaborated with an underserved middle school in Kansas].
Faist, A.M., J.M. Ramp Neale, B. Mines, and S.K. Collinge. 2015. Maintenance of pollinator function in restored vernal pools: Gnats filling the role of solitary bees. Ecological Restoration 33(1):51-60; doi: 10.3368/er.33.1.51.
Faist, A.M. and S.K. Collinge. 2015. Seed bank composition varies along invasion and inundation gradients in vernal pool wetlands. Plant Ecology 216:553–564; doi: 10.1007/s11258-015-0458-8
Ray, C. and S.K. Collinge. 2014. Quantifying the dominance of local control and the sources of regional control in the assembly of a metacommunity. Ecology 95:2096-2108.
Faist, A.M, S. Ferrenberg and S.K. Collinge. 2013. Banking on the past: Seed banks as a reservoir for rare and native species in restored vernal pools. AoB PLANTS 5: plt043; doi:10.1093/aobpla/plt043.
Sackett, L.C., S.K. Collinge, and A.P. Martin. 2013. Do pathogens reduce genetic diversity of their hosts? Variable effects of sylvatic plague in black-tailed prairie dogs. Molecular Ecology 22(9): 2441-2455. DOI: 10.1111/mec.12270.
Collinge, S.K., C. Ray, and J.T. Marty. 2013. A long-term comparison of hydrology and plant community composition in constructed versus naturally occurring vernal pools. Restoration Ecology 21(6): 704-712. DOI: 10.1111/rec.12009.
Sackett, L.C., T. B. Cross, R. T. Jones, W. Johnson, K. Ballare, C. Ray, S. K. Collinge, and A.P. Martin. 2012. Connectivity of prairie dog colonies in an altered landscape: inferences from analysis of microsatellite DNA variation Conservation Genetics 13: 407-418.
Johnson, T.L., J.F. Cully, Jr., S.K. Collinge, C. Ray, C. Frey, and B. Sandercock. 2011. Spread of sylvatic plague among black-tailed prairie dogs is associated with colony spatial characteristics. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:357-368.
Collinge, S.K., C. Ray, and F. Gerhardt. 2011. Long-term data on vernal pool plant communities reveal formerly cryptic effects of biotic resistance to exotic species invasion. Ecological Applications 21:2105-2118.
Brinkerhoff, R. Jory, A.P. Martin, R.T. Jones, and S.K. Collinge. 2011. Population genetic structure of the prairie dog flea and plague vector, Oropsylla hirsuta. Parasitology 138:71-79.
Cully, J. F. Jr., S. K. Collinge, R. E. VanNimwegen, C. Ray, W. C. Johnson, B. Thiagarajan, D. B. Conlin and B. Holmes. 2010. Spatial variation in keystone effects: Small mammal diversity associated with black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Ecography 33:667–677. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2009.05746.
Torres-Pérez, F., L. Wilson, S.K. Collinge, H. Harmon, C. Ray, R.A. Medina, and B. Hjelle. 2010. Sin Nombre Virus infection in field workers, Colorado, USA. Emerging Infectious Diseases 16(2):308-310.
Cully, J.F., Jr., T.L. Johnson, S.K. Collinge, and C. Ray. 2010. Disease limits populations: plague and black-tailed prairie dogs. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10(1):7-15.
Brinkerhoff, R.J., S.K. Collinge, C. Ray, and KL. Gage. 2010. Rodent and flea abundance fail to predict a plague epizootic in black-tailed prairie dogs. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 10(1):47-52.
Bai, Y., M.Y. Kosoy, C.H. Calisher, J.F. Cully, Jr., and S.K. Collinge. 2009. Effects of rodent community diversity and composition on prevalence of an endemic bacterial pathogen – Bartonella. Biodiversity 10(4):3-11.
Collinge, S.K. and C. Ray. 2009. Transient patterns in the assembly of vernal pool plant communities. Ecology 90(12):3313-3323.
Brinkerhoff, R.J., Sharon K. Collinge, Ying Bai, and Chris Ray. 2009. Are carnivores universally good sentinels of plague? Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 9(5):491-497.
Ying Bai, M.Y. Kosoy, C. Ray, R.J. Brinkerhoff and S.K. Collinge. 2008b. Temporal and spatial patterns of Bartonella infection in black-tailed prairie dogs. Microbial Ecology 56:373-382.
Brinkerhoff, R.J., C. Ray, B. Thiagarajan, S.K. Collinge, J.F. Cully, Jr, B. Holmes and K.L. Gage. 2008. Prairie dog presence affects occurrence patterns of disease vectors on small mammals. Ecography 31:654-662.
Ramp, J.M., T.A. Ranker, and S.K. Collinge. 2008. Conservation of rare species with an island-like distribution: a case study of Lasthenia conjugens (Asteraceae) using population genetic structure and distribution of rare markers. Plant Species Biology 23:97-110. [Was selected as recipient of Plant Species Biology Best Paper of 2008].
Ying Bai, M.Y. Kosoy, A. Martin, C. Ray, K. Sheff, L. Chalcraft and S.K. Collinge. 2008a. Characterization of Bartonella strains isolated from black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus). Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 8(1):1-5.
Snäll, T, R.B. O’Hara, C. Ray and S.K. Collinge. 2008. Climate-driven spatial dynamics of plague among prairie dog colonies. American Naturalist 171(2):238-248.
Ray, C. and S.K. Collinge. 2007. Introducing the trophic vortex: response to Stapp. EcoHealth 4:122-124.
Ying Bai, M.Y. Kosoy, J.F. Cully, Jr., Bala Thiagarajan, C. Ray and S.K. Collinge. 2007.
Acquisition of non-specific Bartonella strains by the northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster). FEMS Microbiology Ecology 61:438-448.
Gerhardt, F. and S.K. Collinge. 2007. Abiotic constraints eclipse biotic resistance in determining invisibility along experimental vernal pool gradients. Ecological Applications 17:922-933.
Ramp, Jennifer M., Tom A. Ranker, and Sharon K. Collinge. 2006. Restoration genetics of the vernal pool endemic Lasthenia conjugens (Asteraceae). Conservation Genetics 7:631-649.
Oliver, J. C., K. L. Prudic, and S. K. Collinge. 2006. Boulder County Open Space butterfly diversity and abundance. Ecology 87:1066. Ecological Archives E087-61.
Dickens, S.J., F. Gerhardt and S.K. Collinge. 2005. Recreational portage trails as corridors facilitating non-native plant invasions of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (USA). Conservation Biology 19:1653-1657.
Marty, J.T., S.K. Collinge, and K.J. Rice. 2005. Responses of a remnant California native bunchgrass population to grazing, burning, and climatic variation. Plant Ecology 181:101-112.
Collinge, S.K., W.C. Johnson, C. Ray, R. Matchett, J. Grensten, J.F. Cully, Jr., K.L. Gage, M.Y. Kosoy, J.E. Loye, and A.P. Martin. 2005b. Landscape structure and plague occurrence in black-tailed prairie dogs on grasslands of the western USA. Landscape Ecology 20:941-955.
Collinge, S.K., W.C. Johnson, C. Ray, R. Matchett, J. Grensten, J.F. Cully, Jr., K.L. Gage, M.Y. Kosoy, J.E. Loye, and A.P. Martin. 2005a. Testing the generality of a trophic-cascade model for plague. EcoHealth 2:102-112.
Jones, Ryan T., Andrew P. Martin, Adam J. Mitchell, Sharon K. Collinge, and Chris Ray. 2005. Characterization of 14 polymorphic microsatellite markers for the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus). Molecular Ecology Notes 5:71-73.
Johnson, W.C. and S.K. Collinge. 2004. Landscape effects on black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Biological Conservation 115:487-497.
Collinge, S.K. 2003. Constructed vernal pool seeding experiment aids in recovery of Contra Costa goldfields (California). Ecological Restoration 21:316-317.
Collinge, S.K., CA. Wise, and B. Weaver. 2003. Germination, early growth, and flowering of a vernal pool annual in response to soil moisture and salinity. Madroño 50(2):83-93.
Marty, J.T., K.J. Rice, and S.K. Collinge. 2003. The effects of burning, grazing and herbicide treatments on restored and remnant populations of Nassella pulchra at Beale Air Force Base, California. Grasslands 13(2):1-9.
Gerhardt, F. and S.K. Collinge. 2003. http://www.collingelab.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Gerhardt_F_and_Collinge_S.K._2003.pdf, USA. Journal of Biogeography 30:1043-1052.
Townsend, A.R., R.W. Howarth, F.A. Bazzaz, M.S. Booth, C.C. Cleveland, S.K. Collinge, A.P. Dobson, P.R. Epstein, E.A. Holland, D.R. Keeny, M.A. Mallin, P. Wayne and A. Wolfe. 2003. Human health effects of a changing global nitrogen cycle. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1(5):240-246.
Collinge, S.K., K. Prudic, and J. Oliver. 2003. Effects of local habitat characteristics and landscape context on grassland butterfly diversity. Conservation Biology 17:178-187.
Collinge, S.K. and T.M. Palmer. 2002. The influences of patch shape and boundary contrast on insect response to fragmentation in California grasslands. Landscape Ecology 17 (7): 647-656.
Collinge, S.K., M. Holyoak, J.T. Marty, and C. Barr. 2001. Riparian habitat fragmentation and population persistence of the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in northern California. Biological Conservation 100(1):103-113.
Collinge, S.K. 2001. Introduction: spatial ecology and biological conservation. Biological Conservation 100(1):1-2. [Led the list of the top 25 most downloaded articles for the journal, January-December 2001; see http://www.elsevier.com/locate/issn/00063207].
Collinge, S.K. 2000. Effects of grassland fragmentation on insect species loss, recolonization, and movement patterns. Ecology 81(8):2211-2226.
Collinge, S.K. 1998. Spatial arrangement of patches and corridors: clues from ecological field experiments. Landscape and Urban Planning 42:157-168.
Collinge, S.K. and R.T.T. Forman. 1998. A conceptual model of land conversion processes: predictions and evidence from a field experiment with grassland insects. Oikos 82:66-84.
Forman, R.T.T. and S.K. Collinge. 1997. Nature conserved in changing landscapes with and without spatial planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 37:129-135.
Collinge, S.K. 1996. Ecological consequences of habitat fragmentation: implications for landscape architecture and planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 36:59-77.
Bowers, M.D., K. Boockvar and S.K. Collinge. 1993. Iridoid glycosides of Chelone glabra (Scrophulariaceae) and their sequestration by larvae of a sawfly, Tenthredo grandis (Tenthredinidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 19:815-823.
Bowers, M.D., S.K. Collinge, S.E. Gamble and J. Schmitt. 1992. Effects of genotype, habitat, and seasonal variation on iridoid glycoside content of Plantago lanceolata (Plantaginaceae) and the implications for insect herbivores. Oecologia 91:201-207.
Bowers, M.D., N.E. Stamp and S.K. Collinge. 1992. Early stage of a host range expansion by a specialist herbivore, Euphydryas phaeton (Nymphalidae). Ecology 73:526-536.
Bowers, M.D. and S.K. Collinge. 1992. Fate of iridoid glycosides in different life stages of the buckeye, Junonia coenia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 18:817-831.
Louda, S.M. and S.K. Collinge. 1992. Plant resistance to insect herbivores: A field test of the environmental stress hypothesis. Ecology 73:153-169.
Louda, S.M., M.A. Potvin and S.K. Collinge. 1990. Predispersal seed predation, postdispersal seed predation and competition in the recruitment of seedlings by a native prairie thistle. American Midland Naturalist 124:105-113.
Collinge, S.K. and S.M. Louda. 1989b. Scaptomyza nigrita Wheeler (Diptera: Drosophilidae), a leaf miner of the native crucifer, Cardamine cordifolia A. Gray (Bittercress). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 62:1-10.
Collinge, S.K. and S.M. Louda. 1989a. Influence of plant phenology on the insect herbivore/bittercress interaction. Oecologia 79:111-116.
Collinge, S.K. and S.M. Louda. 1988b. Patterns of resource use by a drosophilid (Diptera) leaf miner on a native crucifer. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 81:733-741.
Collinge, S.K. and S.M. Louda. 1988a. Herbivory by leaf miners in response to experimental shading of a native crucifer. Oecologia 75:559-566.