Carol K. Augspurger
Carol K. Augspurger
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Seedling survival of tropical tree species: interactions of dispersal distance, light‐gaps, and pathogens
CK Augspurger
Ecology 65 (6), 1705-1712, 1984
11061984
Pathogen mortality of tropical tree seedlings: experimental studies of the effects of dispersal distance, seedling density, and light conditions
CK Augspurger, CK Kelly
Oecologia 61 (2), 211-217, 1984
6601984
Seed dispersal of the tropical tree, Platypodium elegans, and the escape of its seedlings from fungal pathogens
CK Augspurger
The Journal of Ecology, 759-771, 1983
6331983
Light requirements of neotropical tree seedlings: a comparative study of growth and survival
CK Augspurger
The Journal of Ecology, 777-795, 1984
5811984
Reproductive synchrony of a tropical shrub: experimental studies on effects of pollinators and seed predators in Hybanthus prunifolius (Violaceae)
CK Augspurger
Ecology 62 (3), 775-788, 1981
5761981
Vegetation and microclimatic edge effects in two mixed-mesophytic forest fragments
SM Gehlhausen, MW Schwartz, CK Augspurger
Plant Ecology 147 (1), 21-35, 2000
5182000
The effect of leaf litter on early seedling establishment in a tropical forest
J Molofsky, CK Augspurger
Ecology 73 (1), 68-77, 1992
5141992
Phenology, flowering synchrony, and fruit set of six neotropical shrubs
CK Augspurger
Biotropica, 257-267, 1983
4221983
Arrival and survival in tropical treefall gaps
EW Schupp, HF Howe, CK Augspurger, DJ Levey
Ecology 70 (3), 562-564, 1989
4001989
Morphology and dispersal potential of wind‐dispersed diaspores of neotropical trees
CK Augspurger
American journal of Botany 73 (3), 353-363, 1986
3751986
Mass-flowering of a tropical shrub (Hybanthus prunifolius): influence on pollinator attraction and movement
CK Augspurger
Evolution, 475-488, 1980
3621980
Reconstructing patterns of temperature, phenology, and frost damage over 124 years: spring damage risk is increasing
CK Augspurger
Ecology 94 (1), 41-50, 2013
3282013
Offspring recruitment around tropical trees: changes in cohort distance with time
CK Augspurger
Oikos, 189-196, 1983
3141983
Leaf phenology in 22 North American tree species during the 21st century
X Morin, MJ Lechowicz, C Augspurger, J O'keefe, D Viner, I Chuine
Global Change Biology 15 (4), 961-975, 2009
3082009
Incorporating animal behavior into seed dispersal models: implications for seed shadows
SE Russo, S Portnoy, CK Augspurger
Ecology 87 (12), 3160-3174, 2006
2952006
Wind dispersal of artifical fruits varying in mass, area, and morphology
CK Augspurger, SE Franson
Ecology 68 (1), 27-42, 1987
2901987
PROCESS‐BASED MODELING OF SPECIES'DISTRIBUTIONS: WHAT LIMITS TEMPERATE TREE SPECIES'RANGE BOUNDARIES?
X Morin, C Augspurger, I Chuine
Ecology 88 (9), 2280-2291, 2007
2642007
Aggregated seed dispersal by spider monkeys limits recruitment to clumped patterns in Virola calophylla
SE Russo, CK Augspurger
Ecology Letters 7 (11), 1058-1067, 2004
2462004
Experimental studies of seedling recruitment from contrasting seed distributions
CK Augspurger, K Kitajima
Ecology 73 (4), 1270-1284, 1992
2271992
Spring 2007 warmth and frost: phenology, damage and refoliation in a temperate deciduous forest
CK Augspurger
Functional Ecology 23 (6), 1031-1039, 2009
2252009
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