Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Grevstad, F. S., T. Wepprich, B. S. Barker, L. B. Coop, R. Shaw, and R. S. Bourchier. In press. Combining photoperiod and thermal responses to predict phenological mismatch for introduced insects. Ecological Applications.

Barker, B. S., L. Coop, T. Wepprich, F. Grevstad, and G. Cook. 2020. DDRP: real-time phenology and climatic suitability modeling of invasive insects. PLoS ONE 15:e0244005. [article]

Barker, B. S., D. S. Pilliod, M. Rigge, and C. G. Homer. 2019. Pre-fire vegetation drives post-fire outcomes in sagebrush ecosystems: evidence from field and remote sensing data. Ecosphere 10:e02929. [article]

Braasch, J. E, B. S. Barker, and K. M. Dlugosch. 2019. Effective population size variation during invasion of Centaurea solstitialis. Molecular Ecology 28:2546‒2558. [abstract]

Barker, B. S., J. E. Cocio, S. R. Anderson, J. E. Braasch, F. E. Cang, H. D. Gillette, and K. M. Dlugosch. 2018. Potential limits to the benefits of admixture during biological invasion. Molecular Ecology 28:100−113. [PMC manuscript]

Barker, B. S., D. S. Pilliod, J. Welty, R. S. Arkle, M. G. Karl, and G. R. Toevs. 2018. An introduction and practical guide to use of the Soil-Vegetation Inventory Method (SVIM) data. Rangeland Ecology & Management 71:671−680. [article]

Barker, B. S., and J. A. Rodríguez-Robles. 2017. Origins of introduced populations of the Puerto Rican Coquí, Eleutherodactylus antillensis, in Saint Croix and Panamá. [PMC manuscript]

Barker, B. S., K. Andonian, S. M. Swope, D. Luster, and K. M. Dlugosch. 2017. Population genomic analyses reveal a history of range expansion and trait evolution across the native and invaded range of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis). Molecular Ecology 26:1131−1147. [PMC manuscript]

Dlugosch, K. M., F. E. Cang, B. S. Barker, K. Andonian, S. M. Swope, and L. H. Rieseberg. 2015. Evolution of invasiveness through increased resource use in a vacant niche. Nature Plants 1:15066. [PMC manuscript]

Barker, B. S., J. A. Rodríguez-Robles, and J. A. Cook. 2015. Climate as a driver of tropical insular diversity: comparative phylogeography of two ecologically distinctive frogs in Puerto Rico. Ecography 38:769−781. [PMC manuscript]

Barker, B. S., and A. Ríos-Franceschi. 2014. Population declines of Mountain Coquí (Eleutherodactylus portoricensis) in the Cordillera Central of Puerto Rico. Herpetological Conservation Biology 9:578−589. [pdf]

Barker, B. S., J. A. Rodríguez-Robles, V. S. Aran, A. Montoya, R. B. Waide, and J. A. Cook. 2012. The role of sea-level fluctuations and topography in generating island diversity: phylogeography of the Puerto Rican Red-eyed Coquí, Eleutherodactylus antillensis. Molecular Ecology 21:6033−6052. [abstract]

Barker, B. S., R. B. Waide, and J. A. Cook. 2011. Deep intra-island divergence of a montane forest endemic in the Caribbean: phylogeography of the Puerto Rican frog Eleutherodactylus portoricensis (Anura: Eleutherodactylidae). Journal of Biogeography 38:2311−2325. [abstract]

Barker, B. S., and Y. E. Sawyer. 2011. Aspidoscelis tessalatus (Common Checkered Whiptail) and Salvadora hexalepis deserticola (Big Bend Patch-nosed Snake). Herpetological Review 42:304.

Barker, B. S., P. C. Phillips, and S. J. Arnold. 2010. A test of the conjecture that G-matrices are more stable than B-matrices. Evolution 64:2601−2613. [abstract]

Barker, B. S., R. W. Henderson, and R. Powell. 2009. Geographic distribution. Epicrates monensis granti. Herpetological Review 40:455−456.

Peer Reviewed Extension Articles

Coop, L., B. S. Barker, and J. Vlach. 2020. Integrated Pest Management: Biological Control. Pages N2−N7 in C. Hollingsworth, editor. 2020 Pacific Northwest Insect Management Handbook. Oregon State University Extension and Experiment Station Communications. Updated Annually. [pdf]

Book Chapters

Coop, L., and B. S. Barker. 2020. Advances in understanding species ecology: phenological and life cycle modeling of insect pests. Pages 43−96 in M. Kogan and L. Higley, editors. Integrated Management of Insect Pests: Current and Future Developments. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Sawston, England. [book link]

Technical White Papers

See the home page and directory for DDRP for technical reports that describe the development of DDRP models for 10 invasive insects that threaten U.S. agricultural production

Preprints

Barker, B. S., L. Coop, and C. Hong. 2021. Potential distribution of invasive boxwood blight pathogen (Calonectria pseudonaviculata) as predicted by process-based and correlative models. ARPHA Preprints. [article]

Barker, B. S., L. Coop, T. Wepprich, F. Grevstad, and G. Cook. 2020. DDRP: real-time phenology and climatic suitability modeling of invasive insects. bioRxiv. [article]

Manuscripts in Review

Bowers, J. H., J. R. Malayer, B. Martínez-López, J. LaForest, C. Bargeron, A. D. Neeley, L. Coop, B. S. Barker, A. J. Mastin, S. Parnell, A. A. Cosse, B. J. McCluskey, S. C. Isard, and J. M. Russo. Surveillance for early detection of high-consequence pests and pathogens. In K. F. Cardwell and K. L. Bailey, editors. Tactical Sciences for Biosecurity of Animal and Plant Systems. IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA.

Available Presentations

Barker, B. S. 2021. Modeling pest distributions, phenology, and population dynamics to safeguard US agricultural lands. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Seminar. Oct. 25, 2021. Corvallis, OR. [recording][slides]

Barker, B. S., L. Coop, and C. Hong. 2021. Risk modeling to predict outbreaks and establishment of invasive plant pathogens: a case study of boxwood blight. Poster presented at Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Aug. 5, 2021. Online. [poster pdf]

Barker, B. S. 2019. Modelling climate suitability and phenology to safeguard U.S. agricultural and natural resources from invasive pests. Horticulture Dept. Seminar. Nov. 12, 2019. Corvallis, OR. [recording]

Coop, L. B., B. S. Barker, T. Wepprich, and F. Grevstad. 2019. DDRP: Modeling Degree-Days, Risk of Establishment, and Phenological Event Maps. Poster presented at Pacific Branch ESA Annual Meeting, Apr. 2, 2019, San Diego, CA. [poster pdf]

Barker, B. S. 2019. Modelling climate suitability and phenology to safeguard U.S. agricultural and natural resources from invasive pests. Lightning talk presented at Cascadia R Conference. Nov. 12, 2019. Corvallis, OR. [slides]