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Strong upslope shifts in Chimborazo's vegetation over two centuries since Humboldt
N Morueta-Holme, K Engemann, P Sandoval-Acuña, JD Jonas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (41), 12741-12745, 2015
2432015
Environmental and social change drive the explosive emergence of Zika virus in the Americas
S Ali, O Gugliemini, S Harber, A Harrison, L Houle, J Ivory, S Kersten, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 11 (2), e0005135, 2017
1552017
Pervasive and strong effects of plants on soil chemistry: a meta-analysis of individual plant ‘Zinke’effects
BG Waring, L Álvarez-Cansino, KE Barry, KK Becklund, S Dale, MG Gei, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20151001, 2015
962015
Plant selection initiates alternative successional trajectories in the soil microbial community after disturbance
M Duhamel, J Wan, LM Bogar, RM Segnitz, NC Duncritts, KG Peay
Ecological Monographs 89 (3), e01367, 2019
282019
Ectomycorrhizal fungi drive positive phylogenetic plant–soil feedbacks in a regionally dominant tropical plant family
RM Segnitz, SE Russo, SJ Davies, KG Peay
Ecology 101 (8), e03083, 2020
252020
Keystone mutualists can facilitate transition between alternative ecosystem states in the soil
M Duhamel, J Wan, LM Bogar, RM Segnitz, NC Duncritts, KG Peay
bioRxiv, 392993, 2018
32018
Reply to Sklenář: Upward vegetation shifts on Chimborazo are robust
N Morueta-Holme, K Engemann, P Sandoval-Acuña, JD Jonas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (4), E409-E410, 2016
32016
Resurvey of Antisana supports overall conclusions of Chimborazo study
N Morueta-Holme, K Engemann, P Sandoval-Acuña, JD Jonas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (43), 21346-21347, 2019
12019
Interactions with soil fungi alter density dependence and neighborhood effects in a locally abundant dipterocarp species
RM Segnitz, SE Russo, KG Peay
Ecology and evolution 12 (1), e8478, 2022
2022
Ectomycorrhizal fungi drive posi
RM Segnitz, SE Russo, SJ Davies, KG Peay
2020
Positive and negative plant-soil feedbacks are caused by mycorrhizal type, soil fertility, and phylogenetic relatedness in a mixed Dipterocarp rain forest
RM Segnitz, SE Russo, SJ Davies, KG Peay
bioRxiv, 399295, 2018
2018
Mycorrhizal association and soil fertility influence plant-soil feedback in a Dipterocarp rainforest
RM Segnitz, SE Russo, KG Peay
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Reply to Feeley and Rehm: Land-use intensification increases risk of species losses from climate change
N Morueta-Holme, K Engemann, P Sandoval-Acuña, JD Jonas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (45), E6085-E6085, 2015
2015
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