In press: 

VanHorn, T.*, S.A. Adalsteinsson, K. Westby, E. Biro, J. Myers, M. Spasojevic, M. Walton, and K.A. Medley. 2018. Landscape physiognomy predicts abundance of the Lone Star tick, Amblyomma americanum Linneaus, in Ozark Forests. Journal of Medical Entomology. 

Under review: 

Costanzo, K., K.M. Westby, and K.A. Medley. Genetic and environmental influences on the size-fecundity relationship in Aedes albopictus: Impacts on population growth estimates? PLOS ONE.

In prep:

Sweetman, B.M.*, K.M. Westby, S.A. Adalsteinsson, E.G. Biro, and K.A. Medley. Larval food source affects both host and parasite development. 

Medley, K.A., K.M. Westby, E.G. Biro, and D.G. Jenkins. Rapid adaptation to winter by the invasive Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus

Westby, K.M. and K.A. Medley. Interactive effects of species invasion and habitat quality on parasite infection: evidence of a dilution effect.


Medley, K.A., E.H. Boughton, D.G. Jenkins, J.E. Fauth, P.J. Bohlen, and P.F. Quintana-Ascencio. 2015. Intense ranchland management tips the balance of regional and local factors affecting wetland community structure. Agriculture, Ecosystems, & the Environment 212 (204-244).

Medley, K.A., Jenkins, D.G. and E.A. Hoffman, E.A. 2014. Human-aided and natural dispersal drive gene flow across the range of an invasive mosquito. Molecular Ecology 24 (284-295).

Reeves, M., Medley, K.A., Pinkney, F., Holyoak, M., Johnson, P.T.J., and M. Lannoo. 2013. Local hotspots drive continental geography of amphibian abnormalities. PLoS One 8:e77467.

Nuñez, M.A., and K.A. Medley. 2011. Pine invasion: climate predicts its success, something else predicts its failure. Diversity and Distributions 14(4):701-713.

May, S.E., Medley, K.A., Johnson, S.A., and E.A. Hoffman. 2011. Combining genetic structure and ecological niche modeling to establish units of conservation: A case study of an imperiled salamander. Biological Conservation 144:1441-1450.

Chick, J.H., Levchuk, A.P., Medley, K.A., and J.E. Havel. 2010. Underestimation of rotifer abundance a much greater problem than previously appreciated. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8:79-87.

Medley, K. A. 2010. Niche shifts during the global invasion of the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus (Skuse), revealed by reciprocal distribution models. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19:122-133.

Havel, J.E., Medley, K.A., Dickerson, K.R., Angradi, T.R., Bolgrien, D.W., Bukaveckas, P.A., and T.M. Jicha. 2009. Effect of main-stem dams on zooplankton communities in the Missouri River (USA). Hydrobiologia 628:121-135.

Dickerson, K.D., Medley, K.A., and J.E. Havel. 2009. Spatial variation in zooplankton community structure is related to hydrologic flow units in the Missouri River, USA. River Research and Applications 25:1-14.

Medley, K.A. and J.E. Havel. 2007. Hydrology and local environmental factors influencing zooplankton communities in floodplain ponds. Wetlands 27:864-872.

Havel, J.E. and K.A. Medley. 2006. Biological invasions across spatial scales: local, regional, and intercontinental dispersal by the exotic cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtzi Sars. Biological Invasions 8:459-473.

Mathis, A., Schmidt, D.W., and K.A. Medley. 2000. The influence of residency status on agonistic behavior of male and female Ozark zigzag salamander Plethodon angusticlavius. American Midland Naturalist 143:245-249.

Book content:

Medley, K.A. 2012. An Introduction to Multivariate Analysis, in Havel, J.E. and R.E. Hampton, Introductory Biological Statistics, 3rd ed., Waveland Press, Illinois, USA.

Jenkins, D.G., K.A. Medley, and R.B. Franklin. 2011. Microcrobes as a test of biogeographic principles. Pages 309-323 in D. Fontaneto, ed. Biogeography of Microscopic Organisms: Is Everything Small Everywhere? Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.


*Tyson undergraduate fellow