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Stuart Livingstone
Stuart Livingstone
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto-Scarborough
Verified email at utoronto.ca - Homepage
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
7492020
Functional rarity: the ecology of outliers
C Violle, W Thuiller, N Mouquet, F Munoz, NJB Kraft, MW Cadotte, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (5), 356-367, 2017
2382017
Predicting communities from functional traits
MW Cadotte, CA Arnillas, SW Livingstone, SLE Yasui
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (9), 510-511, 2015
1362015
Are urban systems beneficial, detrimental, or indifferent for biological invasion?
MW Cadotte, SLE Yasui, S Livingstone, JS MacIvor
Biological invasions 19, 3489-3503, 2017
1252017
Alien plants as mediators of ecosystem services and disservices in urban systems: a global review
LJ Potgieter, M Gaertner, C Kueffer, BMH Larson, SW Livingstone, ...
Biological Invasions 19, 3571-3588, 2017
792017
Niche breadth: causes and consequences for ecology, evolution, and conservation
KA Carscadden, NC Emery, CA Arnillas, MW Cadotte, ME Afkhami, ...
The Quarterly Review of Biology 95 (3), 179-214, 2020
632020
Ecological engagement determines ecosystem service valuation: A case study from Rouge National Urban Park in Toronto, Canada
SW Livingstone, MW Cadotte, ME Isaac
Ecosystem Services 30, 86-97, 2018
302018
Plant invasion alters trait composition and diversity across habitats
DS Sodhi, SW Livingstone, M Carboni, MW Cadotte
Ecology and Evolution 9 (11), 6199-6210, 2019
292019
Phylogenetic ecology and the greening of cities
JS Maclvor, JS Macivor, MW Cadotte, SW Livingstone, JT Lundholm, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1470-1476, 2016
282016
Training future generations to deliver evidence‐based conservation and ecosystem management
H Downey, T Amano, M Cadotte, CN Cook, SJ Cooke, NR Haddaway, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2 (1), e12032, 2021
212021
Invasion drives plant diversity loss through competition and ecosystem modification
M Carboni, SW Livingstone, ME Isaac, MW Cadotte
Journal of Ecology 109 (10), 3587-3601, 2021
182021
Explaining ecosystem multifunction with evolutionary models
MW Cadotte, SW Livingstone, SLE Yasui, R Dinnage, J Li, R Marushia, ...
Ecology 98 (12), 3175-3187, 2017
182017
Invasive dominance and resident diversity: unpacking the impact of plant invasion on biodiversity and ecosystem function
SW Livingstone, ME Isaac, MW Cadotte
Ecological Monographs 90 (4), e01425, 2020
172020
Impacts of invasive plant species on soil biodiversity: a case study of dog-strangling vine (Vincetoxicum rossicum) in a Canadian National Park
LN Bugiel, SW Livingstone, ME Isaac, RR Fulthorpe, AR Martin
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 98 (4), 716-723, 2018
132018
An experimental application of Hypena opulenta as a biocontrol agent for the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum
SW Livingstone, SM Smith, RS Bourchier, K Ryan, A Roberto, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 1 (2), e12022, 2020
52020
Consequences of Plant Invasion in a Peri-urban Ecosystem: A Case Study of the Invasive Vine Vincetoxicum rossicum
SW Livingstone
University of Toronto (Canada), 2018
42018
A Common Toolbox to Understand, Monitor or Manage Rarity? A Response to Carmona et al.
C Violle, W Thuiller, N Mouquet, F Munoz, NJB Kraft, MW Cadotte, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (12), 891-893, 2017
42017
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
D Burslem, BJ Butterfield, C Byun, M Marques, MC Scalon, M Caccianiga, ...
2020
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