Amanda S. Gallinat
Amanda S. Gallinat
Visiting Assistant Professor, Colby College
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Autumn, the neglected season in climate change research
AS Gallinat, RB Primack, DL Wagner
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (3), 169-176, 2015
Old plants, new tricks: Phenological research using herbarium specimens
CG Willis, ER Ellwood, RB Primack, CC Davis, KD Pearson, AS Gallinat, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (7), 531-546, 2017
Changes in autumn senescence in northern hemisphere deciduous trees: a meta-analysis of autumn phenology studies
AL Gill, AS Gallinat, R Sanders-DeMott, AJ Rigden, DJ Short Gianotti, ...
Annals of botany 116 (6), 875-888, 2015
Drivers of leaf‐out phenology and their implications for species invasions: insights from T horeau's C oncord
C Polgar, A Gallinat, RB Primack
New Phytologist 202 (1), 106-115, 2014
Temperature and population density influence SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the absence of nonpharmaceutical interventions
TP Smith, S Flaxman, AS Gallinat, SP Kinosian, M Stemkovski, HJT Unwin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (25), e2019284118, 2021
Substantial variation in leaf senescence times among 1360 temperate woody plant species: implications for phenology and ecosystem processes
ZA Panchen, RB Primack, AS Gallinat, B Nordt, AD Stevens, Y Du, ...
Annals of botany 116 (6), 865-873, 2015
COVID-19 pandemic impacts on conservation research, management, and public engagement in US national parks
AJ Miller-Rushing, N Athearn, T Blackford, C Brigham, L Cohen, ...
Biological Conservation 257, 109038, 2021
From observations to experiments in phenology research: investigating climate change impacts on trees and shrubs using dormant twigs
RB Primack, J Laube, AS Gallinat, A Menzel
Annals of botany 116 (6), 889-897, 2015
Digitization protocol for scoring reproductive phenology from herbarium specimens of seed plants
JM Yost, PW Sweeney, E Gilbert, G Nelson, R Guralnick, AS Gallinat, ...
Applications in Plant Sciences 6 (2), e1022, 2018
The growing and vital role of botanical gardens in climate change research
RB Primack, ER Ellwood, AS Gallinat, AJ Miller‐Rushing
New Phytologist 231 (3), 917-932, 2021
Herbarium specimens show patterns of fruiting phenology in native and invasive plant species across New England
AS Gallinat, L Russo, EK Melaas, CG Willis, RB Primack
American Journal of Botany 105 (1), 31-41, 2018
The power of forecasts to advance ecological theory
ASL Lewis, CR Rollinson, AJ Allyn, J Ashander, S Brodie, CB Brookson, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 14 (3), 746-756, 2023
Autumn migration of North American landbirds
ER Ellwood, A Gallinat, RB Primack, TL Lloyd-Evans
Studies in Avian Biology 47 (47), 193-205, 2015
Macrophenology: insights into the broad‐scale patterns, drivers, and consequences of phenology
AS Gallinat, ER Ellwood, JM Heberling, AJ Miller‐Rushing, WD Pearse, ...
American journal of botany 108 (11), 2112-2126, 2021
Spring budburst in a changing climate: Henry David Thoreau's 160-year-old field notes document the changing life in the woods, as a warming climate jumbles the timing of annual …
RB Primack, AS Gallinat
American Scientist 104 (2), 102-109, 2016
Can invasive species replace native species as a resource for birds under climate change? A case study on bird-fruit interactions
AS Gallinat, RB Primack, TL Lloyd-Evans
Biological Conservation 241, 108268, 2020
Comparing fruiting phenology across two historical datasets: Thoreau’s observations and herbarium specimens
TK Miller, AS Gallinat, LC Smith, RB Primack
Annals of botany 128 (2), 159-170, 2021
Low‐cost observations and experiments return a high value in plant phenology research
C McDonough MacKenzie, AS Gallinat, L Zipf
Applications in plant sciences 8 (4), e11338, 2020
Reduced sampling frequency can still detect changes in abundance and phenology of migratory landbirds
LS Stegman, RB Primack, AS Gallinat, TL Lloyd-Evans, ER Ellwood
Biological Conservation 210, 107-115, 2017
Insights into grass phenology from herbarium specimens.
RB Primack, AS Gallinat
New Phytologist 213 (4), 2017
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