Stephen J Murphy
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Testing predictions of the J anzen–C onnell hypothesis: a meta‐analysis of experimental evidence for distance‐and density‐dependent seed and seedling survival
LS Comita, SA Queenborough, SJ Murphy, JL Eck, K Xu, M Krishnadas, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 845-856, 2014
Above‐ground biomass is driven by mass‐ratio effects and stand structural attributes in a temperate deciduous forest
AT Fotis, SJ Murphy, RD Ricart, M Krishnadas, J Whitacre, JW Wenzel, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 561-570, 2018
Species associations structured by environment and land‐use history promote beta‐diversity in a temperate forest
SJ Murphy, LD Audino, J Whitacre, JL Eck, JW Wenzel, ...
Ecology 96 (3), 705-715, 2015
Higher β‐diversity observed for herbs over woody plants is driven by stronger habitat filtering in a tropical understory
SJ Murphy, K Salpeter, LS Comita
Ecology 97 (8), 2074-2084, 2016
Distance‐dependent seedling mortality and long‐term spacing dynamics in a neotropical forest community
SJ Murphy, T Wiegand, LS Comita
Ecology letters 20 (11), 1469-1478, 2017
Florivores prefer white versus pink petal color morphs in wild radish, Raphanus sativus
AC McCall, SJ Murphy, C Venner, M Brown
Oecologia 172, 189-195, 2013
Drivers of community assembly in tropical forest restoration sites: role of local environment, landscape, and space
LD Audino, SJ Murphy, L Zambaldi, J Louzada, LS Comita
Ecological Applications 27 (6), 1731-1745, 2017
Temporal change in the herbaceous understory community of an old-growth forest: from seasons to decades
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
Plant Ecology 215, 221-232, 2014
Tree seedling richness, but not neighborhood composition, influences insect herbivory in a temperate deciduous forest community
SJ Murphy, K Xu, LS Comita
Ecology and Evolution 6 (17), 6310-6319, 2016
Large mammalian herbivores contribute to conspecific negative density dependence in a temperate forest
SJ Murphy, LS Comita
Journal of Ecology 109 (3), 1194-1209, 2021
Evidence for Topographic Control of Tree Spatial Patterning in an Old-growth, Mixed Mesophytic Forest in Southeastern Ohio, USA1
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 139 (2), 181-193, 2012
Ten bridges on the road to recovering Canada’s endangered species
D Kraus, S Murphy, D Armitage
Facets 6 (1), 1088-1127, 2021
Leaf herbivory induces resistance against florivores in Raphanus sativus
AC McCall, S Case, K Espy, G Adams, SJ Murphy
Botany 96 (5), 337-343, 2018
Including imprecisely georeferenced specimens improves accuracy of species distribution models and estimates of niche breadth
AB Smith, SJ Murphy, D Henderson, KD Erickson
Global Ecology and Biogeography 32 (3), 342-355, 2023
Prioritizing nationally endemic species for conservation
D Kraus, A Enns, A Hebb, S Murphy, DAR Drake, B Bennett
Conservation Science and Practice 5 (1), e12845, 2023
What can community ecologists learn from species distribution models?
SJ Murphy, AB Smith
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03864, 2021
Sampling units derived from geopolitical boundaries bias biodiversity analyses
SJ Murphy
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (9), 1876-1888, 2021
Neighborhood interactions and local edaphic gradients have a weak influence on long-term vegetation dynamics in an old-growth forest community
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
Forest Ecology and Management 389, 314-322, 2017
Spatial and temporal non‐stationarity in long‐term population dynamics of over‐wintering birds of North America
SJ Murphy, MA Jarzyna
Ecology and Evolution 13 (3), e9781, 2023
Using occupancy-detection models to address biases in biodiversity data
KD Erickson, D Henderson, SJ Murphy, A Smith
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
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