Jason D Fridley
Affiliation: Syracuse University
- Comment on "Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness"Jason D Fridley
Department of Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244, USA
Science 335:1441; author reply 1441. 2012..We show that their analysis lacks sufficient high-productivity sites, ignores litter, and excludes anthropogenic sites. If corrected, the data set of Adler et al. would apparently yield strong HBM support...
- Extended leaf phenology and the autumn niche in deciduous forest invasionsJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, Syracuse University, 107 College Place, Syracuse, New York 13244, USA
Nature 485:359-62. 2012....
- Drivers of secondary succession rates across temperate latitudes of the Eastern USA: climate, soils, and species poolsJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, Syracuse University, 107 College Place, Syracuse, NY, 13244, USA
Oecologia 168:1069-77. 2012..More experimental research is necessary to determine the nature of the herbaceous-woody competitive interface and its sensitivity to environmental conditions...
- Community and ecosystem effects of intraspecific genetic diversity in grassland microcosms of varying species diversityJason D Fridley
Syracuse University, Department of Biology, 107 College Place, Syracuse, New York 13244, USA
Ecology 91:2272-83. 2010....
- Of Asian forests and European fields: Eastern U.S. plant invasions in a global floristic contextJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, USA
PLoS ONE 3:e3630. 2008....
- The invasion paradox: reconciling pattern and process in species invasionsJ D Fridley
Department of Biology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599 3280, USA
Ecology 88:3-17. 2007..We conclude that natively rich ecosystems are likely to be hotspots for exotic species, but that reduction of local species richness can further accelerate the invasion of these and other vulnerable habitats...
- Plant species invasions along the latitudinal gradient in the United States: commentJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599, USA
Ecology 87:3209-13; discussion 3213-7. 2006
- Grassland root communities: species distributions and how they are linked to aboveground abundanceDouglas A Frank
Department of Biology, 107 College Place, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 13244, USA
Ecology 91:3201-9. 2010..The findings suggest that spatial belowground segregation of species probably plays a minor role in fostering resource partitioning and species coexistence in these YNP grasslands...
- Integration of local and regional species-area relationships from space-time species accumulationJason D Fridley
Department of Biology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, USA
Am Nat 168:133-43. 2006....
- The latitudinal gradient of species-area relationships for vascular plants of North AmericaHong Qian
Research and Collections Center, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois 62703, USA
Am Nat 170:690-701. 2007....
- Long-term resistance to simulated climate change in an infertile grasslandJ Philip Grime
Unit of Comparative Plant Ecology, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN, United Kingdom
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105:10028-32. 2008..Our results support the view that changing land use and overexploitation rather than climate change per se constitute the primary threats to these fragile ecosystems...