Amy M Savage
Amy M Savage
Rutgers University - Camden
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Urban stress is associated with variation in microbial species composition—but not richness—in Manhattan
AT Reese, A Savage, E Youngsteadt, KL McGuire, A Koling, O Watkins, ...
The ISME journal 10 (3), 751-760, 2016
562016
Habitat and species identity, not diversity, predict the extent of refuse consumption by urban arthropods
E Youngsteadt, RC Henderson, AM Savage, AF Ernst, RR Dunn, ...
Global change biology 21 (3), 1103-1115, 2015
522015
The effect of habitual and experimental antiperspirant and deodorant product use on the armpit microbiome
J Urban, DJ Fergus, AM Savage, M Ehlers, HL Menninger, RR Dunn, ...
PeerJ 4, e1605, 2016
482016
Stable isotopes reveal links between human food inputs and urban ant diets
CA Penick, AM Savage, RR Dunn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1806), 20142608, 2015
482015
Diversity and evolution of the primate skin microbiome
SE Council, AM Savage, JM Urban, ME Ehlers, JHP Skene, ML Platt, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1822), 20152586, 2016
442016
Fine‐scale heterogeneity across Manhattan's urban habitat mosaic is associated with variation in ant composition and richness
AM Savage, B Hackett, B Guénard, EK Youngsteadt, RR Dunn
Insect Conservation and Diversity 8 (3), 216-228, 2015
432015
Elevated dominance of extrafloral nectary‐bearing plants is associated with increased abundances of an invasive ant and reduced native ant richness
AM Savage, JA Rudgers, KD Whitney
Diversity and Distributions 15 (5), 751-761, 2009
412009
Ecologists, educators, and writers collaborate with the public to assess backyard diversity in The School of Ants Project
A Lucky, AM Savage, LM Nichols, C Castracani, L Shell, DA Grasso, ...
Ecosphere 5 (7), 1-23, 2014
342014
the nexus of climate change, food and nutrition security and diet-related non-communicable diseases in Pacific Island Countries and Territories
A Savage, L McIver, L Schubert
Climate and Development 12 (2), 120-133, 2020
262020
Do invasive ants respond more strongly to carbohydrate availability than co‐occurring non‐invasive ants? A test along an active Anoplolepis gracilipes invasion front
AM Savage, SD Johnson, KD Whitney, JA Rudgers
Austral Ecology 36 (3), 310-319, 2011
252011
Mutualism in a community context: the positive feedback between an ant–aphid mutualism and a gall-making midge
AM Savage, MA Peterson
Oecologia 151 (2), 280-291, 2007
242007
Timing of prescribed burns affects abundance and composition of arthropods in the Texas hill country
SD Johnson, KC Horn, AM Savage, S Windhager, MT Simmons, ...
The Southwestern Naturalist 53 (2), 137-145, 2008
212008
Socio‐eco‐evolutionary dynamics in cities
S Des Roches, KI Brans, MR Lambert, LR Rivkin, AM Savage, CJ Schell, ...
Evolutionary Applications 14 (1), 248-267, 2021
192021
Microbial diversity of extreme habitats in human homes
AM Savage, J Hills, K Driscoll, DJ Fergus, AM Grunden, RR Dunn
PeerJ 4, e2376, 2016
162016
Non-additive benefit or cost? Disentangling the indirect effects that occur when plants bearing extrafloral nectaries and honeydew-producing insects share exotic ant mutualists
AM Savage, JA Rudgers
Annals of botany 111 (6), 1295-1307, 2013
162013
The Habitats Humans Provide: Factors affecting the diversity and composition of arthropods in houses
M Leong, MA Bertone, AM Savage, KM Bayless, RR Dunn, MD Trautwein
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
152017
Geographic variation in a facultative mutualism: consequences for local arthropod composition and diversity
JA Rudgers, AM Savage, MA Rúa
Oecologia 163 (4), 985-996, 2010
152010
Adolescent women as a key target population for community nutrition education programs in Indonesia
A Savage, J Februhartanty, A Worsley
Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition 26 (3), 484, 2017
112017
Trait‐mediated indirect interactions in invasions: unique behavioral responses of an invasive ant to plant nectar
AM Savage, KD Whitney
Ecosphere 2 (9), 1-23, 2011
112011
The effect of habitual and experimental antiperspirant and deodorant product use on the armpit microbiome. PeerJ. 2016; 4, e1605
J Urban, DJ Fergus, AM Savage, M Ehlers, HL Menninger, RR Dunn, ...
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