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How do plant ecologists use matrix population models?
EE Crone, ES Menges, MM Ellis, T Bell, P Bierzychudek, J Ehrlén, ...
Ecology letters 14 (1), 1-8, 2011
2882011
Rapid evolution accelerates plant population spread in fragmented experimental landscapes
JL Williams, BE Kendall, JM Levine
Science 353 (6298), 482-485, 2016
1612016
Ability of matrix models to explain the past and predict the future of plant populations
EE Crone, MM Ellis, WF Morris, A Stanley, T Bell, P Bierzychudek, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (5), 968-978, 2013
1392013
Different gardens, different results: native and introduced populations exhibit contrasting phenotypes across common gardens
JL Williams, H Auge, JL Maron
Oecologia 157, 239-248, 2008
1212008
Eco‐evolutionary dynamics of range expansion
TEX Miller, AL Angert, CD Brown, JA Lee‐Yaw, M Lewis, F Lutscher, ...
Ecology 101 (10), e03139, 2020
1032020
Avoiding unintentional eviction from integral projection models
JL Williams, TEX Miller, SP Ellner
Ecology 93 (9), 2008-2014, 2012
912012
Sources of phenotypic variation in floral traits in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae)
JL Williams, JK Conner
American Journal of Botany 88 (9), 1577-1581, 2001
852001
THE IMPACT OF INVASIVE GRASSES ON THE POPULATION GROWTH OF ANEMONE PATENS, A LONG‐LIVED NATIVE FORB
JL Williams, EE Crone
Ecology 87 (12), 3200-3208, 2006
802006
Testing hypotheses for exotic plant success: parallel experiments in the native and introduced ranges
JL Williams, H Auge, JL Maron
Ecology 91 (5), 1355-1366, 2010
772010
Rapid evolution of phenology during range expansion with recent climate change
N Lustenhouwer, RA Wilschut, JL Williams, WH van der Putten, JM Levine
Global Change Biology 24 (2), e534-e544, 2018
752018
How evolution modifies the variability of range expansion
JL Williams, RA Hufbauer, TEX Miller
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34 (10), 903-913, 2019
712019
Reproductive losses due to climate change‐induced earlier flowering are not the primary threat to plant population viability in a perennial herb
AM Iler, A Compagnoni, DW Inouye, JL Williams, PJ CaraDonna, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1931-1943, 2019
712019
Moving character displacement beyond characters using contemporary coexistence theory
RM Germain, JL Williams, D Schluter, AL Angert
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 33 (2), 74-84, 2018
712018
Life history evolution under climate change and its influence on the population dynamics of a long‐lived plant
JL Williams, H Jacquemyn, BM Ochocki, R Brys, TEX Miller
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 798-808, 2015
602015
Evolutionary demography of iteroparous plants: incorporating non-lethal costs of reproduction into integral projection models
TEX Miller, JL Williams, E Jongejans, R Brys, H Jacquemyn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1739), 2831-2840, 2012
502012
Distance to stable stage distribution in plant populations and implications for near‐term population projections
JL Williams, MM Ellis, MC Bricker, JF Brodie, EW Parsons
Journal of ecology 99 (5), 1171-1178, 2011
462011
Using experiments, demography and population models to estimate interaction strength based on transient and asymptotic dynamics
JL Maron, CC Horvitz, JL Williams
Journal of Ecology 98 (2), 290-301, 2010
442010
The Influence of Evolution on Population Spread through Patchy Landscapes
JL Williams, RE Snyder, JM Levine
The American Naturalist 188 (1), 15-26, 2016
402016
Flowering life-history strategies differ between the native and introduced ranges of a monocarpic perennial
JL Williams
The American Naturalist 174 (5), 660-672, 2009
382009
Climate and leaf traits, not latitude, explain variation in plant–herbivore interactions across a species' range
D Loughnan, JL Williams
Journal of Ecology 107 (2), 913-922, 2019
342019
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