17. Wills, B.D., Kim, T.N., Fox, A. F., Gratton, C. and D. A. Landis. Reducing native ant abundance decreases predation rates in Midwestern grasslands. Accepted at Environmental Entomology.
16. Kim, T. N., *Bartel, S., and C. Gratton. 2019. Annual harvesting influences isotopic signals of plants and ants; implications for trophic structure in grasslands.Ecology and Evolution. 9 (17): 9815-9826. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5523
15. Dainese, M., Martin, E., [+ 102 authors including T. N. Kim], and I. Steffan-Dewenter. 2019. A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production. Science Advances. 5 (10) eaax0121 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aax0121
14. Kim, T. N., *Bartel, S., Wills, B. D., Landis, D. A., and C. Gratton. 2018. Harvesting differentially affects alpha and beta diversity of ant communities in tallgrass prairies. Ecosphere 9 (10) e02399. https://doi-org.er.lib.k-state.edu/10.1002/ecs2.2399
13. Karp, D. S, Chaplin-Kramer, R, Meehan, T.D. Martin, E. A., DeClerck, F., Grab, H. Gratton, C., Hunt, L., Larsen, A., Martinez-Salinas, A. O’Rourke, M., Rusch, A., Poveda, K., Jonsson, M., Rosenheim, J. A., Schellhorn, N., Tscharntke, T., Wratten, S. D., Zhang, W., Iverson, A. L., [+137 authors including Kim, T.N.]. 2018. Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1800042115
12. Kim, T. N. 2017. Neighborhood composition influences damage to plants and four mechanisms of associational resistance and susceptibility. PlosOne 12(5): e0176499. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176499
11. Kim, T. N. Fox, A. F., Wills, B. D., Meehan, T. M, Landis, D. A., and C. Gratton. 2017. Harvesting of potential biofuel grasslands has weak effects on natural enemy diversity and biocontrol services. Journal of Applied Ecology. 54: 2011-2021. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12901
10. Fox, A. F., T. N. Kim, C. A. Bahlai, J. M. Woltz, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2016. Cover crops have neutral effects on predator communities and biological control services in annual cellulosic bioenergy cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 232: 101–109.
9. *Wenninger, A., T. N. Kim, B. J. Spiesman, and C. Gratton. 2016. Testing resource-concentration and dilution effects on pollinators and seed-predators. Insects 7(2), 23; doi:10.3390/insects7020023
8. Kim, T. N., B. J. Spiesman, A. L. Buchanan, A. Hakes, S. L. Halpern, B. D. Inouye, A. L. Kilanowski, N. Kortessis, D. W. McNutt, A. C. Merwin, and N. Underwood. 2015. Selective removal of insect herbivores influences an old-field plant community. Plant Ecology 216: 1029-1045.
7. Gratton, C, M. Casler, R. Groves, and T. N. Kim. 2015. Insecticide applications have minor effects on switchgrass biomass yield. Agronomy Journal doi:10.2134/agronj15.0066.
6. Kim, T. N. and N. Underwood 2015. Plant neighborhood effects on herbivory: Damage is both density and frequency dependent. Ecology. 96:1431–1437. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1097.1
5. Liere, H, T. N. Kim, B. P. Werling,T. D. Meehan, D. A. Landis, C. Gratton 2015. Trophic cascades in agricultural landscapes: indirect effects of landscape composition on crop yield. Ecological Applications. 25:652–661.
4. Skevas, T., S.M. Swinton, T.D. Meehan, T. N. Kim, C. Gratton and A. Egbendewe-Mondzozo 2014. Integrating agricultural pest biocontrol into forecasts of energy biomass production. Ecological Economics. 106:195–203
3. Kim, T. N. 2014. Plant damage and herbivore performance change with latitude for two old-field plant species, but rarely as predicted. Oikos 123: 886-896.
2. Kim, T, N., Underwood, N., and B. D. Inouye 2013. Insect herbivores change the outcome of plant competition through effects on inter- and intraspecific processes. Ecology 94: 1753-1763.
1. Kim, T. N., and R. D. Holt. 2012. The direct and indirect effects of fire on the assembly of insect herbivore communities: examples from the Florida scrub habitat. Oecologia. 168:997-1012.
Publications (non-peer reviewed)
Dixon, K., Brown, G., Underwood, N., Winn, A., Moscarella, R., Garcia, B., Kim, T., McNutt, D., Strimaitis, A., Pearson, V., and A. Landry. 2015. BSC 2011L Investigations in Biology; Biological Science II Laboratory Manual. Department of Biological Science, Florida State University. Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Plymouth MI.
Diffendorfer, J. E., T. N. Kim, and B. J. Spiesman 2003. Small Mammal Monitoring and Inventory at Chino Hills State Park. California State Parks. Lake Perris, California.
Manuscripts in the works!
Halpern, S.L, Ohgushi, T., Utsumi, S. and T.N. Kim. Enemy reduction and release on Solanum carolinense in introduced populations in Japan. In revision at the American Journal of Botany.
Tamburini, G., Santoiemma, G., O’Rourke, M. Bommarco, R., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Dainese, M., Karp, D. S., Kim, T. N., Martin, E. A., and L. Marini. Species traits elucidate crop pest response to landscape composition. Submitted to Journal of Applied Ecology
Cates, A. M., Wills, B. D., Kim, T. N., Gratton, C. Landis, D. A., and R. D. Jackson. No evidence of top-down control by ants found on decomposition rates in temperate grasslands. Submitted to Environmental Entomology.
Kim, T. N., Spiesman, B. J., Bukhman, Y., Jusino, M., E. Scully, and C. Gratton. Using Next Generation Sequencing to Determine Predator-Prey Associations. In prep.
Kim, T. N., *Bartel, S., Spiesman, B. J. and C. Gratton. Body size distributions of ants and bees in mixed-prairie grasslands. In prep