Stuart J. Davies
Stuart J. Davies
Director, ForestGEO, Forest Global Earth Observatory, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
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TitleCited byYear
Functional traits and the growth–mortality trade‐off in tropical trees
SJ Wright, K Kitajima, NJB Kraft, PB Reich, IJ Wright, DE Bunker, R Condit, ...
Ecology 91 (12), 3664-3674, 2010
5522010
Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size
NL Stephenson, AJ Das, R Condit, SE Russo, PJ Baker, NG Beckman, ...
Nature 507 (7490), 90, 2014
4472014
Decelerating growth in tropical forest trees
KJ Feeley, S Joseph Wright, MN Nur Supardi, AR Kassim, SJ Davies
Ecology letters 10 (6), 461-469, 2007
3092007
The role of wood density and stem support costs in the growth and mortality of tropical trees
DA King, SJ Davies, S Tan, NSM Noor
Journal of Ecology 94 (3), 670-680, 2006
2932006
CTFS‐Forest GEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, SJ Davies, AC Bennett, EB Gonzalez‐Akre, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 528-549, 2015
2732015
Comparative ecology of 11 sympatric species of Macaranga in Borneo: tree distribution in relation to horizontal and vertical resource heterogeneity
SJ Davies, PA Palmiotto, PS Ashton, HS Lee, JV Lafrankie
Journal of Ecology 86 (4), 662-673, 1998
2731998
Testing metabolic ecology theory for allometric scaling of tree size, growth and mortality in tropical forests
HC Muller‐Landau, RS Condit, J Chave, SC Thomas, SA Bohlman, ...
Ecology letters 9 (5), 575-588, 2006
2662006
The importance of demographic niches to tree diversity
R Condit, P Ashton, S Bunyavejchewin, HS Dattaraja, S Davies, S Esufali, ...
science 313 (5783), 98-101, 2006
2572006
Soil‐related performance variation and distributions of tree species in a Bornean rain forest
SE Russo, SJ Davies, DA King, S Tan
Journal of ecology 93 (5), 879-889, 2005
2462005
Assessing evidence for a pervasive alteration in tropical tree communities
J Chave, R Condit, HC Muller-Landau, SC Thomas, PS Ashton, ...
PLoS biology 6 (3), e45, 2008
2172008
Tree growth is related to light interception and wood density in two mixed dipterocarp forests of Malaysia
DA King, SJ Davies, MNN Supardi, S Tan
Functional ecology 19 (3), 445-453, 2005
2172005
Soil‐related habitat specialization in dipterocarp rain forest tree species in Borneo
PA Palmiotto, SJ Davies, KA Vogt, MS Ashton, DJ Vogt, PS Ashton
Journal of Ecology 92 (4), 609-623, 2004
2132004
Codiversification in an ant‐plant mutualism: stem texture and the evolution of host use in Crematogaster (Formicidae: Myrmicinae) inhabitants of Macaranga (Euphorbiaceae)
SP Quek, SJ Davies, T Itino, NE Pierce
Evolution 58 (3), 554-570, 2004
2052004
Nonrandom processes maintain diversity in tropical forests
C Wills, KE Harms, R Condit, D King, J Thompson, F He, ...
Science 311 (5760), 527-531, 2006
1902006
Potential link between plant and fungal distributions in a dipterocarp rainforest: community and phylogenetic structure of tropical ectomycorrhizal fungi across a plant and …
KG Peay, PG Kennedy, SJ Davies, S Tan, TD Bruns
New phytologist 185 (2), 529-542, 2010
1842010
Large-scale discovery of novel genetic causes of developmental disorders
TDDD Study, TW Fitzgerald, SS Gerety, WD Jones, M van Kogelenberg, ...
Nature 519 (7542), 223, 2015
1712015
Consequences of defaunation for a tropical tree community
RD Harrison, S Tan, JB Plotkin, F Slik, M Detto, T Brenes, A Itoh, ...
Ecology letters 16 (5), 687-694, 2013
1692013
Soil resources and topography shape local tree community structure in tropical forests
CA Baldeck, KE Harms, JB Yavitt, R John, BL Turner, R Valencia, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1753), 20122532, 2013
1672013
Directional changes in the species composition of a tropical forest
KJ Feeley, SJ Davies, R Perez, SP Hubbell, RB Foster
Ecology 92 (4), 871-882, 2011
1622011
TREE MORTALITY AND GROWTH IN 11 SYMPATRIC MACARANGA SPECIES IN BORNEO
SJ Davies
Ecology 82 (4), 920-932, 2001
1562001
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