Carly Ziter
Carly Ziter
Assistant Professor, Concordia University
Verified email at concordia.ca
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Scale-dependent interactions between tree canopy cover and impervious surfaces reduce daytime urban heat during summer
CD Ziter, EJ Pedersen, CJ Kucharik, MG Turner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (15), 7575-7580, 2019
1342019
The biodiversity–ecosystem service relationship in urban areas: a quantitative review
C Ziter
Oikos 125 (6), 761-768, 2016
952016
Nutrients and defoliation increase soil carbon inputs in grassland
C Ziter, AS MacDougall
Ecology 94 (1), 106-116, 2013
702013
Functional diversity and management mediate aboveground carbon stocks in small forest fragments
C Ziter, EM Bennett, A Gonzalez
Ecosphere 4 (7), art85, 2013
612013
Research gaps in knowledge of the impact of urban growth on biodiversity
RI McDonald, AV Mansur, F Ascensăo, K Crossman, T Elmqvist, ...
Nature Sustainability 3 (1), 16-24, 2020
602020
Climate change and voltinism in C alifornian insect pest species: sensitivity to location, scenario and climate model choice
C Ziter, EA Robinson, JA Newman
Global Change Biology 18 (9), 2771-2780, 2012
572012
Variability in ecosystem service measurement: a pollination service case study
KN Liss, MGE Mitchell, GK MacDonald, SL Mahajan, J Méthot, AL Jacob, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (8), 414-422, 2013
532013
Current and historical land use influence soil‐based ecosystem services in an urban landscape
C Ziter, MG Turner
Ecological Applications 28 (3), 643-654, 2018
432018
How do land-use legacies affect ecosystem services in United States cultural landscapes?
C Ziter, RA Graves, MG Turner
Landscape Ecology 32 (11), 2205-2218, 2017
402017
Historical foundations and future directions in macrosystems ecology
KC Rose, RA Graves, WD Hansen, BJ Harvey, J Qiu, SA Wood, C Ziter, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (2), 147-157, 2017
372017
Temperate forest fragments maintain aboveground carbon stocks out to the forest edge despite changes in community composition
C Ziter, EM Bennett, A Gonzalez
Oecologia 176 (3), 893-902, 2014
342014
The Montérégie Connection: linking landscapes, biodiversity, and ecosystem services to improve decision making
MGE Mitchell, EM Bennett, A Gonzalez, MJ Lechowicz, JM Rhemtulla, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
282015
Conducting urban ecology research on private property: Advice for new urban ecologists
K Dyson, C Ziter, TL Fuentes, MS Patterson
Journal of Urban Ecology 5 (1), juz001, 2019
182019
No evidence of co-facilitation between a non-native Asian earthworm (Amynthas tokioensis) and invasive common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) in experimental mesocosms
C Ziter, MG Turner
Biological Invasions 21 (1), 111-122, 2019
52019
Key information needs to move from knowledge to action for biodiversity conservation in Canada
RT Buxton, JR Bennett, AJ Reid, C Shulman, SJ Cooke, CM Francis, ...
Biological Conservation 256, 108983, 2021
32021
The effect of forest fragmentation on aboveground carbon stocks and tree diversity: a case study of the Montérégie, Quebec
C Ziter
McGill University, 2014
32014
Road salt impact on soil electrical conductivity across an urban landscape
TP Shannon, SJ Ahler, A Mathers, CD Ziter, HA Dugan
Journal of Urban Ecology 6 (1), juaa006, 2020
22020
Ready, Set, Go: Community Science Field Campaign Reveals Habitat Preferences of Nonnative Asian Earthworms in an Urban Landscape
CD Ziter, BM Herrick, MR Johnston, MG Turner
BioScience 71 (3), 280-291, 2021
12021
Reply to Drescher: Interdisciplinary collaboration is essential to understand and implement climate-resilient strategies in cities
CD Ziter, EJ Pedersen, CJ Kucharik, MG Turner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (52), 26155-26156, 2019
12019
Correction to: Temperate forest fragments maintain aboveground carbon stocks out to the forest edge despite changes in community composition
C Ziter, EM Bennett, A Gonzalez
Oecologia, 1-1, 2021
2021
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