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Charlotte Brown
Charlotte Brown
Desert Lab on Tumamoc Hill, University of Arizona
Verified email at email.arizona.edu
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The effects of livestock grazing on biodiversity are multi‐trophic: a meta‐analysis
A Filazzola, C Brown, MA Dettlaff, A Batbaatar, J Grenke, T Bao, ...
Ecology letters 23 (8), 1298-1309, 2020
762020
Temperature and pH define the realised niche space of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
J Davison, M Moora, M Semchenko, SB Adenan, T Ahmed, ...
New Phytologist 231 (2), 763-776, 2021
682021
Microclimate and substrate depth influence green roof plant community dynamics
C Brown, J Lundholm
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 134-142, 2015
572015
Soil biotic quality lacks spatial structure and is positively associated with fertility in a northern grassland
PL Chagnon, C Brown, GC Stotz, JF Cahill Jr
Journal of Ecology 106 (1), 195-206, 2018
172018
Species‐specific size vulnerabilities in a competitive arena: Nutrient heterogeneity and soil fertility alter plant competitive size asymmetries
C Brown, KJ Oppon, JF Cahill Jr
Functional Ecology 33 (8), 1491-1503, 2019
142019
Vertical size structure is associated with productivity and species diversity in a short‐stature grassland: Evidence for the importance of height variability within herbaceous …
C Brown, JF Cahill Jr
Journal of Vegetation Science 30 (5), 789-798, 2019
102019
Facilitation promotes plant invasions and indirect negative interactions
CJ Lortie, A Filazzola, C Brown, J Lucero, M Zuliani, N Ghazian, S Haas, ...
Oikos 130 (7), 1056-1061, 2021
82021
Standing vegetation as a coarse biotic filter for seed bank dynamics: Effects of gap creation on seed inputs and outputs in a native grassland
C Brown, JF Cahill Jr
Journal of Vegetation Science 31 (6), 1006-1016, 2020
62020
Establishment of a desert foundation species is limited by exotic plants and light but not herbivory or water
A Filazzola, C Brown, M Westphal, CJ Lortie
Applied Vegetation Science 23 (4), 586-597, 2020
62020
Competitive size‐asymmetry, not intensity, is linked to species loss and gain in a native grassland community
C Brown, JF Cahill Jr
Ecology, e3675, 2022
32022
A global inventory of animal diversity measured in different grazing treatments
T Barber-Cross, A Filazzola, C Brown, MA Dettlaff, A Batbaatar, ...
Scientific Data 9 (1), 1-8, 2022
12022
Disturbance has lasting effects on functional traits and diversity of grassland plant communities
EA Smith, EM Holden, C Brown, JF Cahill Jr
PeerJ 10, 2022
12022
Presence of a dominant native shrub is associated with minor shifts in the function and composition of grassland communities in a northern savannah
I Peetoom Heida, C Brown, MA Dettlaff, KJ Oppon, JF Cahill Jr
AoB PLANTS 13 (2), plab011, 2021
12021
Consistent predictors of microbial community composition across scales in grasslands reveal low context-dependency
D Radujković, S Vicca, M van Rooyen, P Wilfahrt, L Brown, A Jentsch, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Saprotrophs and nitrifiers, not pathogens, drive plant-soil feedbacks in a semi-arid grassland
PL Chagnon, C Brown, J Cahill
Authorea Preprints, 2020
2020
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