Tyler C. Coverdale
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DNA metabarcoding illuminates dietary niche partitioning by African large herbivores
TR Kartzinel, PA Chen, TC Coverdale, DL Erickson, WJ Kress, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (26), 8019-8024, 2015
3562015
Termite mounds can increase the robustness of dryland ecosystems to climatic change
JA Bonachela, RM Pringle, E Sheffer, TC Coverdale, JA Guyton, ...
Science 347 (6222), 651-655, 2015
1992015
A trophic cascade triggers collapse of a salt‐marsh ecosystem with intensive recreational fishing
AH Altieri, MD Bertness, TC Coverdale, NC Herrmann, C Angelini
Ecology 93 (6), 1402-1410, 2012
1802012
Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China
Q He, MD Bertness, JF Bruno, B Li, G Chen, TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-9, 2014
1642014
A theoretical foundation for multi-scale regular vegetation patterns
CE Tarnita, JA Bonachela, E Sheffer, JA Guyton, TC Coverdale, RA Long, ...
Nature 541 (7637), 398-401, 2017
1032017
An invasive species facilitates the recovery of salt marsh ecosystems on Cape Cod
MD Bertness, TC Coverdale
Ecology 94 (9), 1937-1943, 2013
722013
Indirect human impacts reverse centuries of carbon sequestration and salt marsh accretion
TC Coverdale, CP Brisson, EW Young, SF Yin, JP Donnelly, MD Bertness
PLoS One 9 (3), e93296, 2014
622014
Latent impacts: the role of historical human activity in coastal habitat loss
TC Coverdale, NC Herrmann, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2013
622013
Elephants in the understory: opposing direct and indirect effects of consumption and ecosystem engineering by megaherbivores
TC Coverdale, TR Kartzinel, KL Grabowski, RK Shriver, AA Hassan, ...
Ecology 97 (11), 3219-3230, 2016
552016
Belowground herbivory increases vulnerability of New England salt marshes to die-off
TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Ecology, 2012
552012
Predator-induced collapse of niche structure and species coexistence
RM Pringle, TR Kartzinel, TM Palmer, TJ Thurman, K Fox-Dobbs, CCY Xu, ...
Nature 570 (7759), 58-64, 2019
532019
Experimental predator removal causes rapid salt marsh die‐off
MD Bertness, CP Brisson, TC Coverdale, MC Bevil, SM Crotty, ER Suglia
Ecology letters 17 (7), 830-835, 2014
502014
Salt marsh die-off and recovery reveal disparity between the recovery of ecosystem structure and service provision
CP Brisson, TC Coverdale, MD Bertness
Biological Conservation 179, 1-5, 2014
352014
Feedbacks underlie the resilience of salt marshes and rapid reversal of consumer‐driven die‐off
AH Altieri, MD Bertness, TC Coverdale, EE Axelman, NC Herrmann, ...
Ecology 94 (7), 1647-1657, 2013
292013
Regional ontogeny of New England salt marsh die‐off
TC Coverdale, MD Bertness, AH Altieri
Conservation Biology 27 (5), 1041-1048, 2013
242013
New England salt marsh recovery: opportunistic colonization of an invasive species and its non-consumptive effects
TC Coverdale, EE Axelman, CP Brisson, EW Young, AH Altieri, ...
PLoS One 8 (8), e73823, 2013
222013
Trophic rewilding revives biotic resistance to shrub invasion
JA Guyton, J Pansu, MC Hutchinson, TR Kartzinel, AB Potter, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (5), 712-724, 2020
202020
Good neighbors make good defenses: associational refuges reduce defense investment in African savanna plants
TC Coverdale, JR Goheen, TM Palmer, RM Pringle
Ecology 99 (8), 1724-1736, 2018
132018
Commentary: Defence emergence during early ontogeny reveals important differences between spines, thorns and prickles
TC Coverdale
Annals of Botany 124 (7), iii-iv, 2020
5*2020
Strong but opposing effects of associational resistance and susceptibility on defense phenotype in an African savanna plant
TC Coverdale, IJ McGeary, RD O'Connell, TM Palmer, JR Goheen, ...
Oikos 128 (12), 1772-1782, 2019
22019
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