James McGraw
James McGraw
Eberly Professor of Biology, West Virginia University
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Detection and analysis of individual leaf-off tree crowns in small footprint, high sampling density lidar data from the eastern deciduous forest in North America
T Brandtberg, TA Warner, RE Landenberger, JB McGraw
Remote sensing of Environment 85 (3), 290-303, 2003
5602003
Estimation of individual fitness from life-history data
JB McGraw, H Caswell
The American Naturalist 147 (1), 47-64, 1996
3631996
A comparison of multispectral and multitemporal information in high spatial resolution imagery for classification of individual tree species in a temperate hardwood forest
T Key, TA Warner, JB McGraw, MA Fajvan
Remote Sensing of Environment 75 (1), 100-112, 2001
2832001
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes
JB McGraw
Oecologia 73 (3), 465-468, 1987
234*1987
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes: I. Ecotypic differentiation and life-cycle stages of selection
JB McGraw, J Antonovics
The Journal of Ecology, 879-897, 1983
1981983
Deer browsing and population viability of a forest understory plant
JB McGraw, MA Furedi
Science 307 (5711), 920-922, 2005
1822005
Plant competition in relation to neighbor biomass: an intercontinental study with Poa pratensis
RJ Reader, SD Wilson, JW Belcher, I Wisheu, PA Keddy, D Tilman, ...
Ecology 75 (6), 1753-1760, 1994
1811994
Natural selection and ecotypic differentiation in Impatiens pallida
CC Bennington, JB McGraw
Ecological Monographs 65 (3), 303-324, 1995
1651995
Further data on removal and repopulation of the breeding birds in a spruce-fir forest community
MM Hensley, JB Cope
The Auk 68 (4), 483-493, 1951
1531951
Experimental demonstration of an Allee effect in American ginseng
EE Hackney, JB McGraw
Conservation Biology 15 (1), 129-136, 2001
1492001
Competitive ability and adaptation to fertile and infertile soils in two Eriophorum species
JB McGraw, FS Chapin III
Ecology 70 (3), 736-749, 1989
1411989
The role of buried viable seeds in arctic and alpine plant communities
JB McGraw
Ecology of soil seed banks, 1989
1051989
Seed-bank properties of an Appalachian sphagnum bog and a model of the depth distribution of viable seeds
JB McGraw
Canadian Journal of Botany 65 (10), 2028-2035, 1987
1011987
Ecological genetic variation in seed banks I. Establishment of a time transect
JB McGraw, MC Vavrek, CC Bennington
The Journal of Ecology, 617-625, 1991
961991
Seed dispersal of the non-native invasive tree Ailanthus altissima into contrasting environments
RE Landenberger, NL Kota, JB McGraw
Plant Ecology 192 (1), 55-70, 2007
952007
Evidence for decline in stature of American ginseng plants from herbarium specimens
JB McGraw
Biological Conservation 98 (1), 25-32, 2001
932001
Home site advantage in two long‐lived arctic plant species: results from two 30‐year reciprocal transplant studies
CC Bennington, N Fetcher, MC Vavrek, GR Shaver, KJ Cummings, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (4), 841-851, 2012
922012
Seed bank size and distribution of seeds in cottongrass tussock tundra, Eagle Creek, Alaska
JB McGraw
Canadian Journal of Botany 58 (15), 1607-1611, 1980
791980
Delineation and identification of individual trees in the eastern deciduous forest
T Warner
Proceedings Automated Interpretation of High Spatial Resolution Digital …, 1999
731999
Competition causes regular spacing of alder in Alaskan shrub tundra
FS Chapin, JB McGraw, GR Shaver
Oecologia 79 (3), 412-416, 1989
721989
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