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Trends in ecology: shifts of ecological research themes in the last four decades

Emily McCallen, Jonathan Knott, Gabriela Nunez-Mir, Benjamin Taylor, Insu Jo, Songlin Fei

ECOLOGY LETTERS | Volume 21, Issue 2 | 2018 | Pages 217–224

Dominant forest tree mycorrhizal type mediates understory plant invasions

Insu Jo, Kevin M. Potter, Grant M. Domke, Songlin Fei

Research highlight in ScienceDaily

DOI: 10.1111/ele.12884 | PDF | Supporting information PDF

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JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY | Volume 105, Issue 4 | 2017 | Pages 1105–1110

Invasive plants accelerate nitrogen cycling: evidence from experimental woody monocultures

Insu Jo, Jason D. Fridley, Douglas A. Frank

DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12732 | PDF | Supporting information PDF

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SCIENCE ADVANCES | Volume 3, Issue 5 | 2017 | Pages e1603055

Divergence of species responses to climate change

Songlin Fei, Johanna M. Desprez, Kevin M. Potter, Insu Jo, Jonathan A. Knott, Christopher M. Oswalt

Research highlight in Nature, AP News, The Atlantic | One of top 100 scientific stories of the year in Discover Magazine

DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1603055 | PDF | Supplementary materials PDF

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GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY | Volume 26, Issue 4 | 2017 | Pages 447–458

Biotic interchange in the Anthropocene: strong asymmetry in East Asian and Eastern North American plant invasions

J. Mason Heberling, Insu Jo, Andrey Kozhevnikov, Hyohyemi Lee, Jason D. Fridley

DOI: 10.1111/geb.12551 | PDF | Supporting information XLSX, PDF 1, PDF 2, PDF 3

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BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | Volume 19, Issue 11 | 2017 | Pages 3287–3299

Biotic resistance to exotic invasions: its role in forest ecosystems, confounding artifacts, and future directions

Gabriela C. Nunez-Mir, Andrew M. Liebhold, Qinfeng Guo, Eckehard G. Brockerhoff, Insu Jo, Kimberly Ordonez, Songlin Fei

DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1413-5 | PDF | Supplementary material DOCX

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NEW PHYTOLOGIST | Volume 209, Issue 1 | 2016 | Pages 115–122 or Virtual Issue

More of the same? In situ leaf and root decomposition rates do not vary between 80 native and non-native deciduous forest species

Insu Jo, Jason D. Fridley, Douglas A. Frank

Commentary article by Cindy E. Prescott, Jenna M. Zukswert | Included in the Virtual Issue on Root traits, edited by Richard J. Norby, Colleen M. Iversen

DOI: 10.1111/nph.13619 | This article is corrected by the authors (corrigendum) | PDF | Supporting information PDF

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BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | Volume 17, Issue 5 | 2015 | Pages 1545–1554

Linking above- and belowground resource use strategies for native and invasive species of temperate deciduous forests

Insu Jo, Jason D. Fridley, Douglas A. Frank

DOI: 10.1007/s10530-014-0814-y | PDF | Supplementary material DOCX

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JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE | Volume 23, Issue 5 | 2012 | Pages 942–951

Scale dependence of vegetation-environment relationships: a meta-analysis of multivariate data

Siefert, Catherine Ravenscroft, David Althoff, Juan C. Alvarez-Yépiz, Benjamin E. Carter, Kelsey L. Glennon, J. Mason Heberling, In Su Jo, Alyssa Pontes, Amy Sauer, Adam Willis, Jason D. Fridley

DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01401.x | PDF | Supporting information XLSX, DOCX

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JOURNAL OF PLANT BIOLOGY | Volume 53, Issue 1 | 2010 | Pages 88–93

Effects of light, temperature, and water depth on growth of a rare aquatic plant, Ranunculus kadzusensis

In Su Jo, Dong Uk Han, Yong Joo Cho, Eun Ju Lee

DOI: 10.1007/s12374-009-9092-0 | PDF

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