Peer-reviewed Publications (Google Scholar)
Lab affiliation: § = undergraduate, * = graduate student, ¥ = post-doctoral associate

Borden MA*, Benda ND¥, Bean EZ, Dale AG. 2022. Effects of soil mitigation on lawn-dwelling invertebrates following residential development. Journal of Urban Ecology. 8 (1) 1-10.

Krebs CL*, Warner LA, Baker LM, Daniels JC, Dale AG. 2022. Innovative Industry: Environmental horticulture professionals’ perceptions on wildlife-friendly plants and a potential certification offering. Journal of Applied Communications. Vol. 106: Iss. 3.

Parsons SE, Ferzli M, Aune P, Dale AG. 2022. Exploring plant-insect interactions year-round through field sampling. The American Biology Teacher. 84 (6), 360-364.

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2022. Water availability determines tree growth and physiological response to biotic and abiotic stress in a temperate North American urban forest. Forests. 13, 1012.

Doherty EM*, Meagher RL, Dale AG. 2022. Diversity, composition, and freedom to choose drive the effects of St. Augustinegrass cultivar blends on an herbivorous insect. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal.

Whitman B*, Iannone III BV, Kruse JK, Unruh JB, Dale AG. 2022. Cultivar blends: A strategy for creating more resilient warm season turfgrass lawns. Urban Ecosystems.

Klein RW*, Koeser AK, Hansen G, Warner LA, Dale AG, Watt J. 2021. Professional expertise and its role in risk assessment. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry. 47 (6). 10.48044/jauf.2021.021

Klein RW*, Koeser AK, Hauer RJ, Miesbauer JW, Hansen G, Warner L, Dale AG, Watt J. 2021. Assessing the consequences of tree failure. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. 127307.

Nighswander GP*, Sinclair JS, Dale AG, Qiu J, Iannone III BV. 2021. Importance of plant diversity and structure for urban garden pest resistance. Landscape and Urban Planning. 215, 104211.

Pinkney IV JL*, Laplante KA(§), Dale AG. 2021. Mixing warm season turfgrass cultivars to reduce weed pressure and increase lawn quality. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal.

van der Laat R, Dale AG, Arellano C, Milla-Lewis SR. 2021. Variation in southern chinch bug (Blissus insularis) survival and damage on St. Augustinegrass germplasm. International Turfgrass Society Research Journal.

Joseph SV, Chong JH, Campbell B, Kunkel B, Lauderdale D, Jones S, Gill S, Chen Y, Schultz P, Held D, Hale F, Dale AG, Vafaie E, Hudson W, Gilrein D, Del Pozo-Valdivia A. 2021. Current pest status and management practices for Systena frontalis (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in ornamental plants in the eastern United States: An online survey. Journal of Integrated Pest Management. 12(1), 17.

Just MG, Dale AG, Frank SD. 2020. Gloomy scale (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) ecology and management on landscape trees. Journal of Integrated Pest Management. 11(1), 24.

Allen PE(¥), Miller CW, Dale AG. 2020. Bringing the Scientific Process into the Undergraduate Classroom. American Entomologist. 66(4), 24-27.

Nestle R*, Daniels JC, Dale AG. 2020. Mixed-species gardens increase monarch oviposition without increasing top-down predation. Insects. 11(9), 648; [LINK]

Borden MA*, Dale AG. 2020. Native and edible ornamental plant congeners enhance ecosystem services through key pest avoidance and multifunctionality in residential landscapes. Environmental Entomology. 49(5), 1206-1213.

Dale AG, Birdsell T, Sidebottom J. 2020. Evaluating the invasive potential of an exotic scale insect associated with annual Christmas tree harvest and distribution in the southeastern U.S. Trees, Forests and People. 2, 100013.

Allen PE(¥), Laforest L(§), Diyaljee SI(§), Smith HM(§), Tran DX(§), Windor AM(§), Dale AG. 2020. Long-term changes in mole cricket body size associated with enemy-free space and a novel range. Biological Invasions. 22(2), 773-782.

Dale AG, Perry RL*, Cope GC(§), Benda N(¥). 2020. Floral abundance and richness drive beneficial arthropod conservation and biological control on golf courses. Urban Ecosystems. 23(1), 55-66.

Rohde BB*, Allen PE(¥), Benda N(¥), Brun A, Mankin RW, Dale AG. 2019. An acoustic trap to survey and capture two Neoscapteriscus species. Florida Entomologist. 102(3): 654-657. [PDF]

Doherty EM*, Meagher RL, Dale AG. 2019. Turfgrass cultivar diversity provides associational resistance in the absence of pest resistant cultivars. Environmental Entomology. 48(3), 623-632. doi: 10.1093/ee/nvz026.

Just MG, Dale AG, Long LC, Frank SD. 2019. Urbanization drives unique latitudinal patterns of insect herbivory and tree condition. Oikos. 128(7), 984-993.

Just MG, Frank SD, Dale AG. 2018. Impervious surface thresholds for urban tree site selection. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 34, 141-146.

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2018. Urban plants and climate drive unique arthropod interactions with unpredictable consequences. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 29, 27-33.

Dale AG, Borden MA*. 2018. Evaluation of reduced-risk insecticides to control chilli thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and conserve natural enemies on ornamental plants. Florida Entomologist, 101(2): 237-243.

Allen PE(¥), Dale AG, Diyaljee, SI(§), Ector NJ, Petit-Bois D, Quinn JT, Ranieri AC, Sanches JA, Smith HM(§), Tran DX(§), Winsor(§) AM, Miller CW. 2018. One and done: Long-term sperm storage in the cactus-feeding bug, Narnia femorata (Hemiptera: Coreidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America.  111(5), 271-277.

Larson JL, Dale AG, Held D, McGraw B, Richmond DS, Wickings K, Williamson RC. 2017. Optimizing pest management practices to conserve pollinators in turf landscapes: Current practices and future research needs. Journal of Integrated Pest Management. 8(1): 18; 1-10. doi: 10.1093/jipm/pmx012. [PDF]

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2017. What makes tree pests more successful? Environmental Science Journal for Kids. 6/16/17.

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2017. Warming and drought combine to increase pest insect fitness on urban trees. PLoS ONE 12(3): e0173844. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173844. Dale&Frank_2017

Dale AG, Youngsteadt E, Frank SD. 2016. Forecasting the effects of heat and pests on urban trees: Impervious surface thresholds and the ‘Pace to Plant’ technique. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 42(3) 181-191. Dale_etal_2016

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2014. Urban warming trumps natural enemy regulation of herbivorous pests. Ecological Applications. 24(7), 1596-1607.  Dale&Frank_2014b

Youngsteadt E, Dale AG, Terando A, Dunn RR, Frank SD. 2014. Do cities simulate climate change? A comparison of herbivore response to urban and global warming. Global Change Biology. 21(1), 97-105. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12692. youngsteadt-etal_2014

Dale AG, Frank SD. 2014. The effects of urban warming on herbivore abundance and street tree condition. PLOS One. 9(7), e102996. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0102996. Dale&Frank_2014

Jandricic SE, Dale AG, Bader AE, Frank SD. 2014. The effect of banker plant species on the fitness of Aphidius colemani Viereck and its aphid host (Rhopalosiphum padi L.). Biological Control 76: 28-35. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocontrol.2014.04.007. Jandricic-etal_2014