Liz Nichols
Liz Nichols
Foreign Affairs Officer, U.S. Department of State
Verified email at state.gov
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Ecological functions and ecosystem services provided by Scarabaeinae dung beetles
E Nichols, S Spector, J Louzada, T Larsen, S Amezquita, ME Favila, ...
Biological conservation 141 (6), 1461-1474, 2008
9422008
Global dung beetle response to tropical forest modification and fragmentation: a quantitative literature review and meta-analysis
E Nichols, T Larsen, S Spector, AL Davis, F Escobar, M Favila, K Vulinec
Biological Conservation 137 (1), 1-19, 2007
508*2007
Get the science right when paying for nature’s services
Science 347 (6227), 1206-1207, 2015
2002015
Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations
Science 356 (6339), 742-744, 2017
1982017
Co‐declining mammals and dung beetles: an impending ecological cascade
E Nichols, TA Gardner, CA Peres, S Spector, ...
Oikos 118 (4), 481-487, 2009
1702009
Neglected wild life: parasitic biodiversity as a conservation target
A Gómez, E Nichols
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2, 222-227, 2013
1202013
Ecological and evolutionary legacy of megafauna extinctions
M Galetti, M Moleon, P Jordano, MM Pires, PR Guimaraes Jr., T Pape, ...
Biological Reviews 123 (doi: 10.1111/brv.12374), 2017
852017
Dung beetles as a candidate study taxon in applied biodiversity conservation research
ES Nichols, TA Gardner
Ecology and evolution of dung beetles, 267-291, 2011
852011
Trait-dependent response of dung beetle populations to tropical forest conversion at local and regional scales
E Nichols, M Uriarte, DE Bunker, ME Favila, EM Slade, K Vulinec, ...
Ecology, 2013
822013
Consequences of actor level livelihood heterogeneity for additionality in a tropical forest payment for environmental services programme with an undifferentiated reward structure
P Newton, ES Nichols, W Endo, CA Peres
Global Environmental Change 22 (1), 127-136, 2012
612012
Conservation education needs more parasites
E Nichols, A Gómez
Biological Conservation 144 (2), 937-941, 2011
382011
Effects of landscape structure on avian-mediated insect pest control services: a review
AL Boesing, E Nichols, JP Metzger
Landscape Ecology 32 (5), 931-944, 2017
362017
Biodiversity extinction thresholds are modulated by matrix type
AL Boesing, E Nichols, JP Metzger
Ecography 41 (9), 1520-1533, 2018
352018
Parasite conservation, conservation medicine, and ecosystem health
A Gómez, ES Nichols, SL Perkins
New directions in conservation medicine: Applied cases of ecological health …, 2012
342012
Big dung beetles dig deeper: trait-based consequences for faecal parasite transmission
EN Nichar Gregory, Andrés Gómez, Trícia Maria F. de S. Oliveira
International Journal for Parasitology 45, 101-105, 2015
282015
Dung beetles and fecal helminth transmission: patterns, mechanisms and questions
E Nichols, A Gomez
Parasitology, 2014
282014
Biodiversity response to habitat loss and fragmentation
R Pardini, E Nichols, T Püttker
Reference Module In Earth Systems And Environmental Sciences. Encyclopedia …, 2017
272017
Human-induced trophic cascades along the fecal detritus pathway
E Nichols, M Uriarte, CA Peres, J Louzada, RF Braga, G Schiffler, W Endo, ...
PloS one 8 (10), e75819, 2013
272013
Impacts of forestation and deforestation on local temperature across the globe
BS Jayme A. Prevedello , Gisele R. Winck, Marcelo M. Weber, Elizabeth Nichols
PLOS ONE, 2019
242019
Land use type, forest cover, and forest edges modulate avian cross-habitat spillover
JPM Andrea Larissa Boesing, Elizabeth Nichols
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2017
24*2017
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