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Exploring the life histories of cephalopods using stable isotope analysis of an archival tissue
Relatively little is known about the life histories of cephalopods compared to many other groups of major marine predators such as fish, marine mammals, and sea birds. Increased importance of cephalopods to global fisheries ...
PREDICTING PLANT NATURALIZATIONS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: THE FATE OF BAMBOOS IN THE UNDERSTORY OF CONIFEROUS FORESTS
Identifying future plant invaders could drastically reduce the economic costs and environmental damages these species inflict annually. As an addendum to Weed Risk Assessments, I erected and tested a series of pre-introduction ...
Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition in the Western United States: Sources, Sinks, and Changes over Time
Anthropogenic activities have greatly modified the way nitrogen moves through the atmosphere and terrestrial and aquatic environments. Excess reactive nitrogen generated through fossil fuel combustion, industrial fixation, ...
MECHANISMS OF INVASIVE RANGE EXPANSION: PLASTICITY, GENETIC VARIATION, AND EPIGENETIC VARIATION IN A CLONAL SPECIES
Adaptation to novel and changing environmental conditions is crucial for the persistence and range expansion of species in the context of biological invasions and climate change. Investigating the mechanisms by which ...