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Joshua Rapp
Joshua Rapp
Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Evolution and Ecology, University of California, Davis
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Net primary productivity allocation and cycling of carbon along a tropical forest elevational transect in the Peruvian Andes
CAJ Girardin, Y Malhi, L Aragao, M Mamani, W Huaraca Huasco, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (12), 3176-3192, 2010
3912010
Microbes do not follow the elevational diversity patterns of plants and animals
N Fierer, CM McCain, P Meir, M Zimmermann, JM Rapp, MR Silman, ...
Ecology 92 (4), 797-804, 2011
3802011
Resource depletion, pollen coupling, and the ecology of mast seeding
EE Crone, JM Rapp
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1322 (1), 21-34, 2014
1232014
Diurnal, seasonal, and altitudinal trends in microclimate across a tropical montane cloud forest
JM Rapp, MR Silman
Climate Research 55 (1), 17-32, 2012
992012
Intra‐and interspecific tree growth across a long altitudinal gradient in the Peruvian Andes
JM Rapp, MR Silman, JS Clark, CAJ Girardin, D Galiano, R Tito
Ecology 93 (9), 2061-2072, 2012
742012
Sex allocation, pollen limitation and masting in whitebark pine
JM Rapp, EJB McIntire, EE Crone
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1345-1352, 2013
622013
The hydrological regime of a forested tropical Andean catchment
KE Clark, MA Torres, AJ West, RG Hilton, M New, AB Horwath, JB Fisher, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (12), 5377-5397, 2014
472014
Simulating forest productivity along a neotropical elevational transect: temperature variation and carbon use efficiency
TR Marthews, Y Malhi, CAJ Girardin, JE Silva Espejo, LEOC Aragão, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (9), 2882-2898, 2012
392012
Seasonality of above-ground net primary productivity along an Andean altitudinal transect in Peru
CAJ Girardin, Y Malhi, KJ Feeley, JM Rapp, MR Silman, P Meir, ...
Journal of Tropical Ecology 30 (6), 503-519, 2014
282014
Climate control on plant performance across an Andean altitudinal gradient
JM Rapp
Wake Forest University, 2010
232010
Ungulate browsers promote herbaceous layer diversity in logged temperate forests
EK Faison, S DeStefano, DR Foster, G Motzkin, JM Rapp
Ecology and evolution 6 (13), 4591-4602, 2016
222016
Finding the sweet spot: Shifting optimal climate for maple syrup production in North America
JM Rapp, DA Lutz, RD Huish, B Dufour, S Ahmed, TL Morelli, KA Stinson
Forest Ecology and Management 448, 187-197, 2019
212019
Evaluating error in using the national vegetation classification system for ecological community mapping in Northern New England, USA
J Rapp, D Wang, D Capen, E Thompson, T Lautzenheiser
Natural Areas Journal 25 (1), 46-54, 2005
192005
Epiphyte response to drought and experimental warming in an Andean cloud forest
JM Rapp, MR Silman
F1000Research 3, 2014
162014
Multiple browsers structure tree recruitment in logged temperate forests
EK Faison, S DeStefano, DR Foster, JM Rapp, JA Compton
PLoS One 11 (11), e0166783, 2016
132016
Maple syrup production declines following masting
JM Rapp, EE Crone
Forest Ecology and Management 335, 249-254, 2015
132015
Bryophyte stable isotope composition, diversity and biomass define tropical montane cloud forest extent
AB Horwath, J Royles, R Tito, JA Gudiņo, N Salazar Allen, W Farfan-Rios, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1895), 20182284, 2019
122019
Modest pollen limitation of lifetime seed production is in good agreement with modest uncertainty in whole-plant pollen receipt:(A reply to Burd)
JA Rosenheim, NM Williams, SJ Schreiber, JM Rapp
The American Naturalist 187 (3), 397-404, 2016
82016
Nonnative vegetation dynamics in the understory of a fragmented temperate forest1
EK Faison, DR Foster, B Von Holle, JM Rapp, S Moore
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 146 (4), 252-261, 2019
32019
The hydrological regime of a forested tropical Andean valley.
KE Clark, MA Torres, AJ West, RG Hilton, M New, AB Horwath, JB Fisher, ...
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences Discussions 11 (7), 2014
32014
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