• Jo, I., Fridley, J.D., and Frank, D.A. (2017) Invasive plants accelerate nitrogen cycling: evidence from experimental woody monocultures. Journal of Ecology, 105:1105–1110 . [abstract online]
  • Heberling, J.M., Jo, I., Kozhevnikov, A., Lee, H., and Fridley, J.D. (2017) Biotic interchange in the Anthropocene: strong asymmetry in East Asian and Eastern North American plant invasions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26:447-458. [abstract online]
  • Fei, S., Desprez, J.M., Potter, K.M., Jo, I., Knott, J.A., and Oswalt, C.M. (2017) Divergence of species responses to climate change. Science Advances 3:e1603055. [full text online] [highlight in Nature, AP News, and The Atlantic]
  • Nunez-Mir, G.C., Liebhold, A.M., Guo, Q., Brockerhoff, E.G., Jo, I., Ordonez, K., and Fei, S. (2017) Biotic resistance to exotic invasions: its role in forest ecosystems, confounding artifacts, and future directions. Biological Invasions, in press. [abstract online]

to 2016

  • Jo, I., Fridley, J.D., and Frank, D.A. (2015) Linking above- and belowground resource use strategies for native and invasive species of temperate deciduous forests. Biological Invasions 17:1545-1554. [abstract online]
  • Siefert, A., Ravenscoft, C., Althoff, D., Alvarez-Yepiz, J.C., Carter, E., Glennon, K., Heberling, M., Jo, I.S., Pontes, A., Sauer, A., Willis, A., and Fridley, J.D. (2012) Scale dependence of vegetation-environment relationships: a meta-analysis of multivariate data. Journal of Vegetation Science 23:942-951. [abstract online]
  • Jo, I.S., Han, D.U., Cho, Y.J., and Lee, E.J. (2010) Effects of light, temperature, and water depth on growth of a rare aquatic plant, Ranunculus kadzusensis. Journal of Plant Biology 53:88-93. [abstract online]

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