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Nancy C. Emery
Nancy C. Emery
Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado Boulder
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Managing microevolution: restoration in the face of global change
KJ Rice, NC Emery
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (9), 469-478, 2003
3942003
Competition and salt‐marsh plant zonation: stress tolerators may be dominant competitors
N Emery, P Ewanchuk, MD Bertness
Ecology 82, 2471-2485, 2001
3562001
Functional trait differences and the outcome of community assembly: an experimental test with vernal pool annual plants
NJB Kraft, GM Crutsinger, EJ Forrestel, NC Emery
Oikos 123 (11), 1391-1399, 2014
1042014
Comparative analysis of complete chloroplast genome sequence and inversion variation in Lasthenia burkei (Madieae, Asteraceae)
JF Walker, MJ Zanis, NC Emery
American journal of botany 101 (4), 722-729, 2014
732014
Habitat filtering not dispersal limitation shapes oceanic island floras: species assembly of the Galápagos archipelago
S Carvajal‐Endara, AP Hendry, NC Emery, TJ Davies
Ecology Letters 20 (4), 495-504, 2017
632017
Cryptic seedling herbivory by nocturnal introduced generalists impacts survival, performance of native and exotic plants
SY Strauss, ML Stanton, NC Emery, CA Bradley, A Carleton, ...
Ecology 90 (2), 419-429, 2009
552009
Evolution of plant materials for restoration: Insights from the applied and basic literature
E Espeland, N Emery, K Mercer, S Woolbright, K Kettenring, P Gepts, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2016
54*2016
Niche evolution across spatial scales: climate and habitat specialization in California Lasthenia (Asteraceae)
NC Emery, EJ Forrestel, G Jui, MS Park, BG Baldwin, DD Ackerly
Ecology 93 (sp8), S151-S166, 2012
542012
Effect of local community phylogenetic structure on pollen limitation in an obligately insect‐pollinated plant
RD Sargent, SW Kembel, NC Emery, EJ Forrestel, DD Ackerly
American journal of botany 98 (2), 283-289, 2011
542011
Factors driving distribution limits in an annual plant community
NC Emery, ML Stanton, KJ Rice
New Phytologist 181 (3), 734-747, 2009
462009
Sources of inversion variation in the small single copy (SSC) region of chloroplast genomes
JF Walker, RK Jansen, MJ Zanis, NC Emery
Botanical Society of America, 2015
452015
Cyclic loading of human articular cartilage: the transition from compaction to fatigue
JT Kaplan, CP Neu, H Drissi, NC Emery, DM Pierce
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 65, 734-742, 2017
402017
Niche breadth: causes and consequences for ecology, evolution, and conservation
KA Carscadden, NC Emery, CA Arnillas, MW Cadotte, ME Afkhami, ...
The Quarterly Review of Biology 95 (3), 179-214, 2020
372020
The effect of biochar on native and invasive prairie plant species
MM Adams, TJ Benjamin, NC Emery, SJ Brouder, KD Gibson
Invasive Plant Science and Management 6 (2), 197-207, 2013
362013
Ecological release exposes genetically based niche variation
NC Emery, DD Ackerly
Ecology Letters 17 (9), 1149-1157, 2014
302014
Range edges in heterogeneous landscapes: Integrating geographic scale and climate complexity into range dynamics
MF Oldfather, MM Kling, SN Sheth, NC Emery, DD Ackerly
Global Change Biology 26 (3), 1055-1067, 2020
292020
ECOLOGICAL FACTORS LIMITING THE DISTRIBUTION OF GILIA TRICOLOR IN A CALIFORNIA GRASSLAND MOSAIC
EJ Baack, NC Emery, ML Stanton
Ecology 87 (11), 2736-2745, 2006
292006
Ecological Limits and Fitness Consequences of Cross‐Gradient Pollen Movement in Lasthenia fremontii
NC Emery
The American Naturalist 174 (2), 221-235, 2009
282009
Population differentiation and countergradient variation throughout the geographic range in the fern gametophyte Vittaria appalachiana
SM Chambers, NC Emery
American Journal of Botany 103 (1), 86-98, 2016
272016
Dispersal limitation and population differentiation in performance beyond a northern range limit in an asexually reproducing fern
SM Stevens, NC Emery
Diversity and Distributions 21 (10), 1242-1253, 2015
252015
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