Julian M. Norghauer
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What loggers leave behind: impacts on big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) commercial populations and potential for post-logging recovery in the Brazilian Amazon
J Grogan, SB Jennings, RM Landis, M Schulze, AMV Baima, JCA Lopes, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (2), 269-281, 2008
Canopy cover mediates interactions between a specialist caterpillar and seedlings of a neotropical tree
JM Norghauer, JR Malcolm, BL Zimmerman
Journal of Ecology 96 (1), 103-113, 2008
An experimental test of density- and distant-dependent recruitment of mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) in southeastern Amazonia
JM Norghauer, JR Malcolm, BL Zimmerman, JM Felfili
Oecologia 148 (3), 437-446, 2006
Juvenile mortality and attacks by a specialist herbivore increase with conspecific adult basal area of Amazonian Swietenia macrophylla (Meliaceae)
JM Norghauer, JR Malcolm, BL Zimmerman
Journal of Tropical Ecology 22 (4), 451-460, 2006
The importance of tree size and fecundity for wind dispersal of big-leaf mahogany
JM Norghauer, CA Nock, J Grogan
PLoS One 6 (3), e17488, 2011
Recruitment limitation after mast‐seeding in two African rain forest trees
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Ecology 91 (8), 2303-2312, 2010
Tree size and fecundity influence ballistic seed dispersal of two dominant mast-fruiting species in a tropical rain forest
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Forest ecology and management 338, 100-113, 2015
Herbivores differentially limit the seedling growth and sapling recruitment of two dominant rain forest trees
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Oecologia 174 (2), 459-469, 2014
Long-distance dispersal helps germinating mahogany seedlings escape defoliation by a specialist caterpillar
JM Norghauer, J Grogan, JR Malcolm, JM Felfili
Oecologia 162 (2), 405-412, 2010
Seedling resistance, tolerance and escape from herbivores: insights from co‐dominant canopy tree species in a resource‐poor African rain forest
JM Norghauer, G Glauser, DM Newbery
Functional ecology 28 (6), 1426-1439, 2014
Seed fate and seedling dynamics after masting in two African rain forest trees
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Ecological Monographs 81 (3), 443-469, 2011
Recruitment dynamics of the grove-dominant tree Microberlinia bisulcata in African rain forest: extending the light response versus adult longevity trade-off concept
DM Newbery, CJ Praz, XM Van der Burgt, JM Norghauer, GB Chuyong
Plant Ecology 206 (1), 151-172, 2010
Island invasion by a threatened tree species: evidence for natural enemy release of mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) on Dominica, Lesser Antilles
JM Norghauer, AR Martin, EE Mycroft, A James, SC Thomas
PLoS One 6 (4), e18790, 2011
Herbivores equalize the seedling height growth of three dominant tree species in an African tropical rain forest
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Forest ecology and management 310, 555-566, 2013
Do fungal pathogens drive density-dependent mortality in established seedlings of two dominant African rain-forest trees?
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery, L Tedersoo, GB Chuyong
Journal of Tropical Ecology 26 (3), 293-301, 2010
Experimental establishment of big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King) seedlings on two soil types in native forest of Pará, Brazil
JM Norghauer, JR Malcolm, BL Zimmerman, JM Felfili
Forest ecology and management 255 (2), 282-291, 2008
Density-dependent dynamics of a dominant rain forest tree change with juvenile stage and time of masting
JM Norghauer, DM Newbery
Oecologia 181 (1), 207-223, 2016
Herbivores limit the population size of big‐leaf mahogany trees in an Amazonian forest
JM Norghauer, CM Free, RM Landis, J Grogan, JR Malcolm, SC Thomas
Oikos 125 (1), 137-148, 2016
Canopy gaps promote selective stem-cutting by small mammals of two dominant tree species in an African lowland forest: the importance of seedling chemistry
JM Norghauer, G Röder, G Glauser
Journal of Tropical Ecology 32 (1), 1-21, 2016
The Role of Natural Enemies in the Regeneration Ecology of Big-leaf Mahogany (Swietenia Macrophylla King) in the Southeastern Amazon
JM Norghauer
University of Toronto, 2007
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