Evan M Rehm
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The influence of interspersion on marsh bird abundance in New York
EM Rehm, GA Baldassarre
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119 (4), 648-654, 2007
932007
Losing your edge: climate change and the conservation value of range‐edge populations
EM Rehm, P Olivas, J Stroud, KJ Feeley
Ecology and evolution 5 (19), 4315-4326, 2015
912015
Perspective: the responses of tropical forest species to global climate change: acclimate, adapt, migrate, or go extinct?
KJ Feeley, EM Rehm, B Machovina
Frontiers of Biogeography 4 (2), 2012
742012
The inability of tropical cloud forest species to invade grasslands above treeline during climate change: potential explanations and consequences
EM Rehm, KJ Feeley
Ecography 38 (12), 1167-1175, 2015
682015
Temporal variation in detection of marsh birds during broadcast of conspecific calls
EM Rehm, GA Baldassarre
Journal of Field Ornithology 78 (1), 56-63, 2007
592007
Amazon's vulnerability to climate change heightened by deforestation and man‐made dispersal barriers
KJ Feeley, EM Rehm
Global Change Biology 18 (12), 3606-3614, 2012
502012
Forest patches and the upward migration of timberline in the southern Peruvian Andes
EM Rehm, KJ Feeley
Forest Ecology and Management 305, 204-211, 2013
442013
Freezing temperatures as a limit to forest recruitment above tropical Andean treelines
EM Rehm, KJ Feeley
Ecology 96 (7), 1856-1865, 2015
432015
Rates of upslope shifts for tropical species depend on life history and dispersal mode
EM Rehm
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), E1676-E1676, 2014
242014
Is conservation research money being spent wisely? Changing trends in conservation research priorities
JT Stroud, E Rehm, M Ladd, P Olivas, KJ Feeley
Journal for Nature Conservation 22 (5), 471-473, 2014
192014
Animal movement drives variation in seed dispersal distance in a plant–animal network
E Rehm, E Fricke, J Bender, J Savidge, H Rogers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1894), 20182007, 2019
142019
Seedling transplants reveal species-specific responses of high-elevation tropical treeline trees to climate change
EM Rehm, KJ Feeley
Oecologia 181 (4), 1233-1242, 2016
132016
Many species risk mountain top extinction long before they reach the top
E Rehm, KJ Feeley
Frontiers of biogeography 8 (1), 2016
102016
Functional outcomes of mutualistic network interactions: A community‐scale study of frugivore gut passage on germination
EC Fricke, J Bender, EM Rehm, HS Rogers
Journal of Ecology 107 (2), 757-767, 2019
92019
Differences among avian frugivores in seed dispersal to degraded habitats
EM Rehm, J Chojnacki, HS Rogers, JA Savidge
Restoration Ecology 26 (4), 760-766, 2018
82018
Spatial dynamics of habitat use informs reintroduction efforts in the presence of an invasive predator
EM Rehm, MB Balsat, NP Lemoine, JA Savidge
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (4), 1790-1798, 2018
72018
Spring patterns of freezing resistance and photosynthesis of two leaf phenotypes of Hedera helix
EM Rehm, A Lenz, G Hoch, C Körner
Basic and applied ecology 15 (6), 543-550, 2014
72014
There are many barriers to species' migrations
KJ Feeley, EM Rehm, J Stroud
Frontiers of Biogeography 6 (2), 2014
72014
Downward shift of montane grasslands exemplifies the dual threat of human disturbances to cloud forest biodiversity
KJ Feeley, EM Rehm
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (45), E6084-E6084, 2015
62015
Bryophyte abundance, composition and importance to woody plant recruitment in natural and restoration forests
EM Rehm, MK Thomas, SG Yelenik, DL Bouck, CM D'Antonio
Forest Ecology and Management 444, 405-413, 2019
52019
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