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The COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database: an open online repository for plant demography
R Salguero‐Gómez, OR Jones, CR Archer, YM Buckley, J Che‐Castaldo, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (1), 202-218, 2015
2392015
COMADRE: a global data base of animal demography
R Salguero‐Gómez, OR Jones, CR Archer, C Bein, H de Buhr, C Farack, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 371-384, 2016
1572016
COMADRE: a global data base of animal demography
R Salguero‐Gómez, OR Jones, CR Archer, C Bein, H de Buhr, C Farack, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 371-384, 2016
1572016
Actual and Potential Use of Population Viability Analyses in Recovery of Plant Species Listed under the US Endangered Species Act
SL Zeigler, JP CHE‐CASTALDO, MC Neel
Conservation Biology 27 (6), 1265-1278, 2013
512013
Teaching socio-environmental synthesis with the case studies approach
CA Wei, WR Burnside, JP Che-Castaldo
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5 (1), 42-49, 2015
242015
Predictability of demographic rates based on phylogeny and biological similarity
J Che‐Castaldo, C Che‐Castaldo, MC Neel
Conservation biology 32 (6), 1290-1300, 2018
172018
Evaluating the contribution of North American zoos and aquariums to endangered species recovery
JP Che-Castaldo, SA Grow, LJ Faust
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
172018
The myriad of complex demographic responses of terrestrial mammals to climate change and gaps of knowledge: A global analysis
M Paniw, TD James, CR Archer, G Römer, S Levin, A Compagnoni, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2021
132021
Herbaceous perennial plants with short generation time have stronger responses to climate anomalies than those with longer generation time
A Compagnoni, S Levin, DZ Childs, S Harpole, M Paniw, G Römer, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-8, 2021
132021
Patterns in the long‐term viability of North American zoo populations
J Che‐Castaldo, B Johnson, N Magrisso, L Mechak, K Melton, K Mucha, ...
Zoo biology 38 (1), 78-94, 2019
102019
Predicting Recovery Criteria for Threatened and Endangered Plant Species on the Basis of Past Abundances and Biological Traits
MC Neel, JP CHE‐CASTALDO
Conservation Biology 27 (2), 385-397, 2013
102013
Species‐level persistence probabilities for recovery and conservation status assessment
JP Che‐Castaldo, MC Neel
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1297-1306, 2016
92016
Interspecific competition between a non-native metal-hyperaccumulating plant (Noccaea caerulescens, Brassicaceae) and a native congener across a soil-metal gradient
JP Che-Castaldo, DW Inouye
Australian Journal of Botany 63 (2), 141-151, 2015
92015
Testing surrogacy assumptions: can threatened and endangered plants be grouped by biological similarity and abundances?
JP Che-Castaldo, MC Neel
PloS one 7 (12), e51659, 2012
92012
The effects of dataset length and mast seeding on the demography of Frasera speciosa, a long‐lived monocarpic plant
JP Che-Castaldo, DW Inouye
Ecosphere 2 (11), 1-18, 2011
92011
Sex-specific median life expectancies from ex situ populations for 330 animal species
JP Che-Castaldo, A Byrne, K Perišin, LJ Faust
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-7, 2019
82019
The call of the emperor penguin: Legal responses to species threatened by climate change
S Jenouvrier, J Che‐Castaldo, S Wolf, M Holland, S Labrousse, M LaRue, ...
Global change biology 27 (20), 5008-5029, 2021
62021
Comments to “Persistent problems in the construction of matrix population models”
J Che-Castaldo, OR Jones, BE Kendall, JH Burns, DZ Childs, THG Ezard, ...
Ecological Modelling 416, 108913-108913, 2020
52020
Expected demographic and genetic declines not found in most zoo and aquarium populations
J Che‐Castaldo, SM Gray, KM Rodriguez‐Clark, K Schad Eebes, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (8), 435-442, 2021
42021
Critical Risk Indicators (CRIs) for the electric power grid: A survey and discussion of interconnected effects
JP Che-Castaldo, R Cousin, S Daryanto, G Deng, MLE Feng, RK Gupta, ...
Environment Systems and Decisions, 1-22, 2021
42021
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