Eric Post, Professor, Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology University of California, Davis
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Post, E., Kerby, J., Pedersen, C., & Steltzer, H. 2016. Highly individualistic rates of plant phenological advance associated with arctic sea ice dynamics. Biology Letters, in press.
Post, E. 2016. Implications of earlier sea ice melt for phenological cascades in arctic marine food webs. Food Webs, in press.
Ahrestani, F., Smith, W.K., Hebblewhite, M., Running, S., & Post, E. 2016. Distribution-scale variation in stability properties of elk and red deer populations associated with environmental factors. Ecology, in press.
Radville, L., Post, E., & Eissenstat, D.M. 2016. Root phenology in an arctic shrub-graminoid community: the effects of long-term warming and herbivore exclusion. Climate Change Responses, in press.
Cahoon, S.M.P., Sullivan, P.F., & Post, E. 2016. Greater abundance of Betula nana and earlier onset of the growing season increase ecosystem CO2 uptake in West Greenland. Ecosystems, in press.
Cahoon, S.M.P., Sullivan, P.F., & Post, E. 2016. Carbon and water relations of contrasting arctic plants: implications for shrub expansion in West Greenland. Ecosphere, in press.
Averill, K.M., Mortensen, D.A., Smithwick, E.A.H., & Post, E. 2016. Deer feeding selectivity for invasive plants. Biological Invasions, in press.
Radville, L., McCormack, M.L., Post, E., & Eissenstat, D.M. 2016. Root phenology in a changing climate. J. Exp. Botany, in press.
Cahoon, S.M.P., Sullivan, P.F., Gamm, C., Welker, J.M., Eissenstat, D., & Post, E. 2016. Limited variation in proportional contributions of auto- and heterotrophic soil respiration, despite large differences in vegetation structure and function in the Low Arctic. Biogeochemistry, 127:339-351.
Seebacher, F. & Post, E. 2015. Climate change impacts on animal migration. Climate Change Responses 2:5.
Post, E. & Brodie, J. 2015. Anticipating novel conservation risks of increased human access to remote regions with warming. Climate Change Responses 2:2.
Post, E., Bhatt, U.S., Bitz, C.M., Brodie, J.F., Fulton, T.L., Hebblewhite, M., Kerby, J., Kutz, S.J., Stirling, I., & Walker, D.A. 2013. Ecological consequences of sea-ice decline. Science 341:519-524.
Kerby, J.T. & Post, E. 2013. Advancing plant phenology and reduced herbivore production in a terrestrial system associated with sea ice decline. Nature Communications 4:2514.
Post, E. 2013. Erosion of community diversity and stability by herbivore removal under warming. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. Ser. B, 280:20122722.