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Gregory M. Ames
Gregory M. Ames
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Revisiting the H oly G rail: using plant functional traits to understand ecological processes
JL Funk, JE Larson, GM Ames, BJ Butterfield, J Cavender‐Bares, J Firn, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (2), 1156-1173, 2017
7312017
A structured and dynamic framework to advance traits‐based theory and prediction in ecology
CT Webb, JA Hoeting, GM Ames, MI Pyne, N LeRoy Poff
Ecology letters 13 (3), 267-283, 2010
5742010
Vegetation height and other controls of spatial variability in methane emissions from the Arctic coastal tundra at Barrow, Alaska
JC von Fischer, RC Rhew, GM Ames, BK Fosdick, PE von Fischer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G4), 2010
1072010
Using network properties to predict disease dynamics on human contact networks
GM Ames, DB George, CP Hampson, AR Kanarek, CD McBee, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1724), 3544-3550, 2011
922011
Global gradients in intraspecific variation in vegetative and floral traits are partially associated with climate and species richness
J Kuppler, CH Albert, GM Ames, WS Armbruster, G Boenisch, FC Boucher, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (6), 992-1007, 2020
622020
The more things change, the more they stay the same? When is trait variability important for stability of ecosystem function in a changing environment
JP Wright, GM Ames, RM Mitchell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
622016
Multiple environmental drivers structure plant traits at the community level in a pyrogenic ecosystem
GM Ames, SM Anderson, JP Wright
Functional Ecology 30 (5), 789-798, 2016
512016
Trait space of rare plants in a fire‐dependent ecosystem
GM Ames, WA Wall, MG Hohmann, JP Wright
Conservation Biology 31 (4), 903-911, 2017
352017
Intraspecific variability improves environmental matching, but does not increase ecological breadth along a wet‐to‐dry ecotone
RM Mitchell, JP Wright, GM Ames
Oikos 126 (7), 988-995, 2017
302017
Variation in plant response to herbivory underscored by functional traits
AT Reese, GM Ames, JP Wright
PLoS One 11 (12), e0166714, 2016
232016
Annual growth in longleaf (Pinus palustris) and pond pine (P. serotina) in the Sandhills of North Carolina is driven by interactions between fire and climate
GM Ames, DL Vineyard, SM Anderson, JP Wright
Forest Ecology and Management 340, 1-8, 2015
202015
Intraspecific trait variability shapes leaf trait response to altered fire regimes
RM Mitchell, GM Ames, JP Wright
Annals of Botany 127 (4), 543-552, 2021
172021
Functional trait similarity predicts survival in rare plant reintroductions
GM Ames, WA Wall, MG Hohmann, JP Wright
Ecological Applications 30 (4), e02087, 2020
122020
Species’ traits do not converge on optimum values in preferred habitats
RM Mitchell, JP Wright, GM Ames
Oecologia 186, 719-729, 2018
122018
Functional traits of the understory plant community of a pyrogenic longleaf pine forest across environmental gradients
GM Ames, SM Anderson, EA Ungberg, JP Wright
Ecology 98 (8), 2225-2225, 2017
62017
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