John Paul Schmidt
John Paul Schmidt
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Rodent reservoirs of future zoonotic diseases
BA Han, JP Schmidt, SE Bowden, JM Drake
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (22), 7039-7044, 2015
2792015
The macroecology of infectious diseases: A new perspective on global‐scale drivers of pathogen distributions and impacts
PR Stephens, S Altizer, KF Smith, A Alonso Aguirre, JH Brown, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1159-1171, 2016
992016
Undiscovered bat hosts of filoviruses
BA Han, JP Schmidt, LW Alexander, SE Bowden, DTS Hayman, JM Drake
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 10 (7), e0004815, 2016
682016
Global mammal parasite database version 2.0
PR Stephens, P Pappalardo, S Huang, JE Byers, MJ Farrell, A Gehman, ...
Ecology 98 (5), 1476-1476, 2017
562017
Integrating ecosystem services and local government finances into land use planning: a case study from coastal Georgia
JP Schmidt, R Moore, M Alber
Landscape and Urban Planning 122, 56-67, 2014
342014
Sex ratio and spatial pattern of males and females in the dioecious sandhill shrub, Ceratiola ericoides ericoides (Empetraceae) Michx
JP Schmidt
Plant Ecology 196 (2), 281-288, 2008
292008
Time since introduction, seed mass, and genome size predict successful invaders among the cultivated vascular plants of Hawaii
JP Schmidt, JM Drake
PLoS One 6 (3), e17391, 2011
282011
Spatiotemporal fluctuations and triggers of Ebola virus spillover
JP Schmidt, AW Park, AM Kramer, BA Han, LW Alexander, JM Drake
Emerging infectious diseases 23 (3), 415, 2017
272017
Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites
TJD A. W. Park, M. J. Farrell, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2018
262018
Bioeconomic forecasting of invasive species by ecological syndrome
JP Schmidt, M Springborn, JM Drake
Ecosphere 3 (5), 1-19, 2012
242012
Why are some plant genera more invasive than others?
JP Schmidt, JM Drake
PloS One 6 (4), e18654, 2011
242011
Spatial Genetic Structure of the Southeastern North American Endemic, Ceratiola ericoides (Empetraceae)
DW Trapnell, JP Schmidt, JL Hamrick
Journal of Heredity 99 (6), 604-609, 2008
192008
Genetic Insights into the Biogeography of the Southeastern North American Endemic, Ceratiola ericoides (Empetraceae)
DW Trapnell, JP Schmidt, PF Quintana-Ascencio, JL Hamrick
Journal of Heredity 98 (6), 587-593, 2007
192007
Explaining harvests of wild-harvested herbaceous plants: American ginseng as a case study
JP Schmidt, J Cruse-Sanders, JL Chamberlain, S Ferreira, JA Young
Biological Conservation 231, 139-149, 2019
122019
Two sides of the same coin? Rare and pest plants native to the United States and Canada
JP Schmidt, PR Stephens, JM Drake
Ecological Applications 22 (5), 1512-1525, 2012
102012
Residence time, native range size, and genome size predict naturalization among angiosperms introduced to Australia
JP Schmidt, JM Drake, P Stephens
Ecology and evolution 7 (23), 10289-10300, 2017
92017
What factors explain the geographical range of mammalian parasites?
JE Byers, JP Schmidt, P Pappalardo, SE Haas, PR Stephens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1903), 20190673, 2019
82019
Integrating data mining and transmission theory in the ecology of infectious diseases
BA Han, SM O’Regan, J Paul Schmidt, JM Drake
Ecology letters 23 (8), 1178-1188, 2020
72020
Ecological indicators of mammal exposure to Ebolavirus
JP Schmidt, S Maher, JM Drake, T Huang, MJ Farrell, BA Han
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1782), 20180337, 2019
72019
Fine-scale intraspecific interactions and environmental heterogeneity drive the spatial structure in old-growth stands of a dioecious plant
Y Erfanifard, HH Nguyen, JP Schmidt, A Rayburn
Forest Ecology and Management 425, 92-99, 2018
52018
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