Stephen J Murphy
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Testing predictions of the J anzen–C onnell hypothesis: a meta‐analysis of experimental evidence for distance‐and density‐dependent seed and seedling survival
LS Comita, SA Queenborough, SJ Murphy, JL Eck, K Xu, M Krishnadas, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 845-856, 2014
Above‐ground biomass is driven by mass‐ratio effects and stand structural attributes in a temperate deciduous forest
AT Fotis, SJ Murphy, RD Ricart, M Krishnadas, J Whitacre, JW Wenzel, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 561-570, 2018
Species associations structured by environment and land‐use history promote beta‐diversity in a temperate forest
SJ Murphy, LD Audino, J Whitacre, JL Eck, JW Wenzel, ...
Ecology 96 (3), 705-715, 2015
Florivores prefer white versus pink petal color morphs in wild radish, Raphanus sativus
AC McCall, SJ Murphy, C Venner, M Brown
Oecologia 172 (1), 189-195, 2013
Higher β‐diversity observed for herbs over woody plants is driven by stronger habitat filtering in a tropical understory
SJ Murphy, K Salpeter, LS Comita
Ecology 97 (8), 2074-2084, 2016
Distance‐dependent seedling mortality and long‐term spacing dynamics in a neotropical forest community
SJ Murphy, T Wiegand, LS Comita
Ecology Letters 20 (11), 1469-1478, 2017
Drivers of community assembly in tropical forest restoration sites: role of local environment, landscape, and space
LD Audino, SJ Murphy, L Zambaldi, J Louzada, LS Comita
Ecological Applications 27 (6), 1731-1745, 2017
Temporal change in the herbaceous understory community of an old-growth forest: from seasons to decades
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
Plant Ecology 215 (2), 221-232, 2014
Tree seedling richness, but not neighborhood composition, influences insect herbivory in a temperate deciduous forest community
SJ Murphy, K Xu, LS Comita
Ecology and evolution 6 (17), 6310-6319, 2016
Evidence for Topographic Control of Tree Spatial Patterning in an Old-growth, Mixed Mesophytic Forest in Southeastern Ohio, USA1
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 139 (2), 181-193, 2012
Leaf herbivory induces resistance against florivores in Raphanus sativus
AC McCall, S Case, K Espy, G Adams, SJ Murphy
Botany 96 (5), 337-343, 2018
Ten bridges on the road to recovering Canada’s endangered species
D Kraus, S Murphy, D Armitage
Facets 6 (1), 1088-1127, 2021
Neighborhood interactions and local edaphic gradients have a weak influence on long-term vegetation dynamics in an old-growth forest community
SJ Murphy, BC McCarthy
Forest Ecology and Management 389, 314-322, 2017
Large mammalian herbivores contribute to conspecific negative density dependence in a temperate forest
SJ Murphy, LS Comita
Journal of Ecology 109 (3), 1194-1209, 2021
Sampling units derived from geopolitical boundaries bias biodiversity analyses
SJ Murphy
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (9), 1876-1888, 2021
Imprecisely georeferenced specimen data provide unique information on species’ distributions and environmental tolerances: Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good
AB Smith, SJ Murphy, D Henderson, KD Erickson
bioRxiv, 2021
What can community ecologists learn from species distribution models?
SJ Murphy, AB Smith
Ecosphere 12 (12), e03864, 2021
Using occupancy-detection models to address biases in biodiversity data
KD Erickson, D Henderson, SJ Murphy, A Smith
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Using probabilistic species pools to predict the identities of unsampled species: Integrating species distribution and range models into studies of local communities
SJ Murphy, K Erickson, D Henderson, A Smith
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Discarding poorly-georeferenced specimens before conducting biogeographic analysis: Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good
D Henderson, K Erickson, S Murphy, A Smith
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
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