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    • Are the ghosts of nature's past haunting ecology today? 

      Gaskins, Lindsay; He, Q; Hughes, BB; Nifong, J; Read, Andrew J; Silliman, Brian Reed; Stepp, R; ... (8 authors) (Current Biology, 2018-05-07)
      © 2018 Elsevier Ltd Humans have decimated populations of large-bodied consumers and their functions in most of the world's ecosystems. It is less clear how human activities have affected the diversity of habitats these consumers ...
    • Crab predation by the San Salvador rock iguana (Cyclura rileyi) 

      Gaskins, Lindsay; Silliman, Brian Reed (Herpetological Bulletin, 2015-01-01)
    • Facilitation shifts paradigms and can amplify coastal Restoration efforts 

      Cope, R; He, Q; Jacobi, M; Jacobi, R; Santoni, A; Schrack, Elizabeth; Silliman, Brian Reed; ... (9 authors) (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2015-11-17)
      Restoration has been elevated as an important strategy to reverse the decline of coastal wetlands worldwide. Current practice in restoration science emphasizes minimizing competition between outplanted propagules to maximize ...
    • Grazing scar characteristics impact degree of fungal facilitation in spartina alterniflora leaves in a south american salt marsh 

      Costa, CSB; Freitas, RF; Schrack, EC; Sieg, RD; Silliman, Brian Reed (Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 2015-01-01)
      Grazing scars of burrowing crabs and Hemiptera insects were simulated on leaves of the salt marsh grass Spartina alterniflora. Simulations of crab feeding generated two-fold higher fungal (ergosterol) content in leaves in ...
    • Livestock as a potential biological control agent for an invasive wetland plant 

      Angelini, C; Bakker, JP; Baldwin, AH; Brundage, JE; Esselink, P; Gedan, KB; Mozdzer, T; ... (9 authors) (PeerJ, 2014)
      Invasive species threaten biodiversity and incur costs exceeding billions of US$. Eradication efforts, however, are nearly always unsuccessful. Throughout much of North America, land managers have used expensive, and ultimately ...