Browsing by Duke-affiliated Author "Wright, Justin Prouty"

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  • Seabloom, EW; Borer, ET; Buckley, YM; Cleland, EE; Davies, KF; Firn, J; Harpole, WS; Hautier, Y; Lind, EM; MacDougall, AS; Orrock, JL; Prober, SM; Adler, PB; Anderson, TM; Bakker, JD; Biederman, LA; Blumenthal, DM; Brown, CS; Brudvig, LA; Cadotte, M; Chu, C; Cottingham, KL; Crawley, MJ; Damschen, EI; Dantonio, CM; DeCrappeo, NM; Du, G; Fay, PA; Frater, P; Gruner, DS; Hagenah, N; Hector, A; Hillebrand, H; Hofmockel, KS; Humphries, HC; Jin, VL; Kay, A; Kirkman, KP; Klein, JA; Knops, JMH; La Pierre, KJ; Ladwig, L; Lambrinos, JG; Li, Q; Li, W; Marushia, R; McCulley, RL; Melbourne, BA; Mitchell, CE; Moore, JL; Morgan, J; Mortensen, B; O'Halloran, LR; Pyke, DA; Risch, AC; Sankaran, M; Schuetz, M; Simonsen, A; Smith, MD; Stevens, CJ; Sullivan, L; Wolkovich, E; Wragg, PD; Wright, Justin Prouty; Yang, L (2015-07-15)
    Exotic species dominate many communities; however the functional significance of species' biogeographic origin remains highly contentious. This debate is fuelled in part by the lack of globally replicated, systematic data ...
  • Reese, AT; Ames, GM; Wright, Justin Prouty (2016)
    The effects of herbivory can shape plant communities and evolution. However, the many forms of herbivory costs and the wide variation in herbivory pressure, including across latitudinal gradients, can make predicting the ...