Natalie Clay
Natalie Clay
Associate Professor--Louisiana Tech University
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Thermal adaptation generates a diversity of thermal limits in a rainforest ant community
M Kaspari, NA Clay, J Lucas, SP Yanoviak, A Kay
Global change biology 21 (3), 1092-1102, 2015
Sodium shortage as a constraint on the carbon cycle in an inland tropical rainforest
M Kaspari, SP Yanoviak, R Dudley, M Yuan, NA Clay
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (46), 19405-19409, 2009
Sodium fertilization increases termites and enhances decomposition in an Amazonian forest
M Kaspari, NA Clay, DA Donoso, SP Yanoviak
Ecology 95 (4), 795-800, 2014
Salt in our streams: even small sodium additions can have negative effects on detritivores
M Tyree, N Clay, S Polaskey, S Entrekin
Hydrobiologia 775 (1), 109-122, 2016
Short-term sodium inputs attract microbi-detritivores and their predators
NA Clay, SP Yanoviak, M Kaspari
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 75, 248-253, 2014
Thermal adaptation and phosphorus shape thermal performance in an assemblage of rainforest ants
M Kaspari, NA Clay, J Lucas, S Revzen, A Kay, SP Yanoviak
Ecology 97 (4), 1038-1047, 2016
Multiple riparian–stream connections are predicted to change in response to salinization
SA Entrekin, NA Clay, A Mogilevski, B Howard-Parker, MA Evans-White
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1764), 20180042, 2019
Urine as an important source of sodium increases decomposition in an inland but not coastal tropical forest
NA Clay, DA Donoso, M Kaspari
Oecologia 177 (2), 571-579, 2015
Trees as templates for trophic structure of tropical litter arthropod fauna
DA Donoso, MK Johnston, NA Clay, ME Kaspari
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 61, 45-51, 2013
Arboreal substrates influence foraging in tropical ants
NA Clay, M Bauer, M Solis, SP Yanoviak
Ecological Entomology 35 (4), 417-423, 2010
Towards a geography of omnivory: Omnivores increase carnivory when sodium is limiting
NA Clay, RJ Lehrter, M Kaspari
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (6), 1523-1531, 2017
Manna from heaven: refuse from an arboreal ant links aboveground and belowground processes in a lowland tropical forest
NA Clay, J Lucas, M Kaspari, AD Kay
Ecosphere 4 (11), 1-15, 2013
Inoculation of ophiostomatoid fungi in loblolly pine trees increases the presence of subterranean termites in fungal lesions
NA Clay, N Little, JJ Riggins
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 11 (2), 213-219, 2017
Indirect effects of bark beetle-generated dead wood on biogeochemical and decomposition processes in a pine forest
CM Siegert, NA Clay, JD Tang, LG Garrigues, JJ Riggins
Oecologia 188 (4), 1209-1226, 2018
Nutrient transfer supports a beneficial relationship between the canopy ant, Azteca trigona, and its host tree
JM Lucas, NA Clay, M Kaspari
Ecological Entomology 43 (5), 621-628, 2018
Biogeochemical hotspots around bark-beetle killed trees
CM Siegert
Proceedings of the 19th biennial southern silvicultural research conference, 2018
Urine increases woody decomposition in an inland, but not coastal, tropical forest despite depressing the detrital communities of both
N Clay
New Frontiers in Tropical Biology: The Next 50, 2013
Evidence of sodium limitation in ants and termites in a Neotropical savanna
NA Clay, DB Shepard, AA Garda, DO Mesquita, A Vasconcellos
Journal of Tropical Ecology 38 (2), 71-78, 2022
Salty water and salty leaf litter alters riparian detrital processes: Evidence from sodium-addition laboratory mesocosm experiments
MC Herrmann, SA Entrekin, MA Evans-White, NA Clay
Science of The Total Environment 806, 151392, 2022
Too much of a good thing: Evidence of sodium stress in an inland subtropical riparian detrital system
CP Gruntz, SA Entrekin, MA Evans-White, NA Clay
Applied Soil Ecology 169, 104194, 2022
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