Norghauer, Julian Martin

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2016

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock (2016). Density-dependent dynamics of a dominant rain forest tree change with juvenile stage and time of masting. Oecologia, 181(1), pp. 207-223. Springer 10.1007/s00442-015-3534-9

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Röder, Gregory; Glauser, Gaëtan (2016). Canopy gaps promote selective stem-cutting by small mammals of two dominant tree species in an African lowland forest: the importance of seedling chemistry. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 32(01), pp. 1-21. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/S0266467415000504

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Free, Christopher M.; Landis, R. Matthew; Grogan, James; Malcolm, Jay R.; Thomas, Sean C. (2016). Herbivores limit the population size of big-leaf mahogany trees in an Amazonian forest. Oikos, 125(1), pp. 137-148. Wiley 10.1111/oik.02324

2015

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock (2015). Tree size and fecundity influence ballistic seed dispersal of two dominant mast-fruiting species in a tropical rain forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 338, pp. 100-113. Elsevier 10.1016/j.foreco.2014.11.005

2014

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Glauser, Gaëtan; Newbery, David McClintock (2014). Seedling resistance, tolerance and escape from herbivores: insights from co-dominant canopy tree species in a resource-poor African rain forest. Functional Ecology, 28(6), pp. 1426-1439. Blackwell Scientific Publications 10.1111/1365-2435.12279

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock (2014). Herbivores differentially limit the seedling growth and sapling recruitment of two dominant rain forest trees. Oecologia, 174(2), pp. 459-469. Springer 10.1007/s00442-013-2769-6

2013

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock (2013). Herbivores equalize the seedling height growth of three dominant tree species in an African tropical rain forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 310, pp. 555-566. Elsevier 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.029

2011

Norghauer, Julian M.; Newbery, David McClintock (2011). Seed fate and seedling dynamics after masting in two African rain forest trees. Ecological Monographs, 81(3), pp. 443-469. Washington, D.C.: Ecological Society of America 10.1890/10-2268.1

Norghauer, Julian M.; Martin, Adam R.; Mycroft, Erin E.; James, Arlington; Thomas, Sean C. (2011). Island Invasion by a Threatened Tree Species: Evidence for Natural Enemy Release of Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) on Dominica, Lesser Antilles. PLoS ONE, 6(4), e18790. Lawrence, Kans.: Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0018790

Norghauer, Julian M.; Nock, Charles A.; Grogan, James; Hector, Andrew (2011). The Importance of Tree Size and Fecundity for Wind Dispersal of Big-Leaf Mahogany. PLoS ONE, 6(3), e17488. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0017488

2010

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock; Tedersoo, Leho; Chuyong, George (2010). Do fungal pathogens drive density-dependent mortality in established seedlings of two dominant African rain forest trees? Journal of Tropical Ecology, 26(3), pp. 293-301. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 10.1017/S0266467410000076

Newbery, David McClintock; Praz, Christophe J.; van der Burgt, Xander M.; Norghauer, Julian Martin; Chuyong, George (2010). Recruitment dynamics of the grove-dominant tree Microberlinia bisulcata in African rain forest: extending the light response versus adult longevity trade-off concept. Plant Ecology, 206(1), pp. 151-172. Dordrecht: Springer 10.1007/s11258-009-9631-2

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Newbery, David McClintock (2010). Recruitment limitation after mast-seeding in two African rain forest trees. Ecology, 91(8), pp. 2303-2312. Washington, D.C.: Ecological Society of America 10.1890/09-0071.1

2007

Norghauer, Julian Martin; Malcolm, Jay R.; Zimmerman, Barbara L. (2007). Canopy cover mediates interactions between a specialist caterpillar and seedlings of a neotropical tree. Journal of Ecology, 96(1), pp. 103-113. Blackwell 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2007.01325.x

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